Tahitian Village, a scenic community nestled among the legendary "Lost Pines" of Bastrop, Texas. Situated along the Colorado River, Tahitian Village is well known for its rolling hills, beautiful vistas Colorado River Refuge and 18 hole golf course.
- Only 2 tracts available!
- 0.21 to 0.35 Acres
- Starting at $4,995
Terlingua Ranch is a special place, because of its deserts, its mountains, and its majestic views. The Big Bend of Texas is a land of giant bluebonnets, spectacular sunsets, and the largest landscapes in the state.
- Only 3 tracts available!
- 5.00 to 80.00 Acres
- Starting at $5,999
These properties are currently sold out entirely. Every once in a while, a property may come back on the market due to a foreclosure. If you'd like to be informed if a property becomes available again, please let us know.
McCoy Creek Ranch is beautiful land featuring country living at it's finest, tranquil ponds, and just the right amount of tillable pasture and trees. It's the perfect place to build a permanent home -- either in the middle of one of the sweeping East Texas prairies or tucked in close to the creek.
Meadowview Estates is an established subdivision located in Hill County just east of Hillsboro, Texas. Nestled among farm land and small quaint down home towns in the North Central Texas prairie and lakes region.
Meyers Canyon Ranch is located in the transitional area between the Edwards Plateau and the Trans-Pecos Region of West Texas. This area is widely recognized as being some of the best, but very challenging hunting country in the state offering huge mulies, feral and javelina hog and turkey.
Panther Canyon Ranch is located in southwest Terrell County, near the Brewster County line on Bullis Gap Hill Road. This ranch consists of large hunting tracts with good access, scenic canyon views and great cover for excellent high desert hunting.
Red River Ranch is beautiful land featuring country living at it's finest, tranquil ponds, and just the right amount of large trees. It's the perfect place to build a permanent home -- either in the middle of one of the sweeping East Texas prairies or tucked in behind the tree line.