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61 Properties:

$168,000

60 acres Hwy 37

60 acres
Highway 37 Clarksville TX 75426  |  Red River County
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Owner finance on this beautiful 60 acres located on state hwy in Red River County. Beautiful building spots. Featuring two small lakes, creating a great recreational place.
Burt Clem, Gerald Haire Realty
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$2,450,000

TEXAS CORPORATE RETREAT HUNTING AND FISHING LODGE

380 acres
4200 State Highway 37 Clarksville TX 75426  |  Red River County
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Consisting of 380 /- acres, this private executive retreat leaves no stone unturned in the owner' s pursuit of excellence in both quality construction and included amenities. Approximately 120 /- ac...
JW Ross, United Country Altaterra Realty & Auction, LLC
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$695,000

Red River Ranch

170 acres
1203 CR 3100 Clarksville TX 75426  |  Red River County
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Consisting of 170 /- acres in Red River County Texas, this highly productive cattle ranch offers an abundance of additional amenities that showcase a professional grazing operation. Located just n...
JW Ross, United Country Altaterra Realty & Auction, LLC
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$2,450,000

Red River Retreat

380 acres
4200 HWY 37 N Clarksville TX 75426  |  Red River County
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Consisting of 380 /- acres, this private executive retreat leaves no stone unturned in the owners pursuit of excellence in both quality construction and included amenities. Approximately 120 /- acre...
JW Ross, United Country Altaterra Realty & Auction, LLC
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$135,000

Historic Brick Beauty

0.5 acres
1604 W Main Clarksville TX 76104  |  Red River County
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Historical home for sale, with timeless elegance located in Clarksville TX. Exterior features include large circle driveway, landscaped areas, brick privacy fences, floor- to- ceiling windows, and a 3...
JW Ross, United Country Altaterra Realty & Auction, LLC
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$4,050,000
CR 4260 Clarksville TX 75426  |  Red River County
1280 acres
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Renee Harvey
Owner-operated farm. Approximately 569 acres covered by center pivot irrigation with room to expand. Two reservoirs. As of August 2016, corn harvest complete - high tensile electric fence in place for...
$87,750
CR 4216 Clarksville TX 75426  |  Red River County
45 acres
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Renee Harvey
45 /- acres - One of 3 tracts available in close proximity of each other. Tons of wildlife - great hunting! All weather road access. Other tracts available are 30 /- acres and 26 /- acres.
$58,500
CR 4260 Clarksville TX 75426  |  Red River County
30 acres
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Renee Harvey
30 /- acres - One of 3 tracts available in close proximity of each other. Tons of wildlife - great hunting! All weather road access. Other tracts available are 26 /- acres and 45 /- acres.
$50,700
CR 4260 Clarksville TX 75426  |  Red River County
26 acres
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Renee Harvey
26 /- Acres - One of 3 tracts available in close proximity of each other. Tons of wildlife - great hunting! All weather road access. Other tracts available are 30 /- acres and 45 /- acres.

Clarksville, TX Land Info

Texas is the country's biggest agricultural state. In 2014, the agricultural sector contributed $11.18 billion to the Texas economy, or one percent of overall state GDP (placing it third among all U.S. states for income generated through farming and agricultural activities). Approximately 71 percent of Texas's annual revenue from farming is from livestock products (classified as cattle, poultry, sheep and pigs). The other 29 percent comes from crops. The Texas farm economy is largely driven by its vast livestock interests, which including cattle farming, breeding and various feed crops. Cotton is also a large state crop, accounting for almost a third of all cotton grown in the United States. According to 2012 U.S. Census data, there were 248,809 farms recorded in the state, covering a total of 130.2 million acres (or the equivalent of 76 percent of the overall state land area).

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