Panther Canyon Ranch, Texas
(972) 649-6200 x105
(972) 649-6200 x105
Panther Canyon Ranch is located in southwest Terrell County, near the Brewster County line on Bullis Gap Hill Road. The ranch is approximately ten (10) miles from Highway 90. Bullis Gap Road is a county maintained road.
Panther Canyon Ranch offers a recreational experience for all types of outdoorsmen. The ranch has a large population of mule deer, blue quail, javelina, morning and white-wing dove.
We've all been there, wanting to "get away" from it all, well this is your chance - your moment - your opportunity to become a proud land owner of your very own large West Texas hunting ranch!
This part of the state offers high mountains, deep canyons and ravines and beautiful panoramic views in all directions. Area vegetation includes mesquite, sage brush, black brush, catclaw, hackberry, desert willow, native grasses and hundreds of species of cactus. This diverse vegetation supports a large and varied number of wildlife.
There are many Indian artifact in the area just waiting for you to find them. This is a beautiful area.
The Big Sky presents some of the Most Colorful Sunsets you will ever see. The Night Sky is so clear it will amaze you by how many stars you can see. There are no restrictions and Mobile Homes, Modular Homes, and RV's are all allowed. You can also camp on your property while you visit the sites in the area and enjoy the scenery.
Many Texans call this Texas' best-kept secret, because most Texans don't know about it, let alone most non-Texans. Nowhere in the desert southwest--not in Arizona, New Mexico, or California--will you find better country. The big difference is price. Similar land in other parts of the country sales for $1,000's per acre. This market inefficiency will not last for long. Prices in this area continue to rise as more people learn what this part of the state has to offer. Invest now while this opportunity still exists.
Hunting has been the primary focus on the Panther Canyon Ranch for many years. Both whitetail and mule deer flourish on the ranch and throughout this area. Area wildlife includes javelina, blue quail, morning dove, whitewing dove, coyote, bobcat, mountain lion, black bear (protected), fox, jack rabbit, and cottontail rabbit.
Terrell County has both mule deer and whitetail seasons, and is a two buck county for whitetail. If you have been searching for exceptional hunting property, Panther Canyon Ranch should definitely be considered.
Access to all tracts is by a caliche/gravel road, the road easement is 60 feet and is recorded and insured. All tracts can be accessed by a two wheel drive vehicle, however during times of excessive rains four wheel drive may be needed to access some parts of the ranch. There is an access gate to this property, please contact us for the gate code for entry.
Your interest rate will vary based on your down payment. The more you put down, the better rate you receive.
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Don't need financing? We offer a 10% cash discount!
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Do you think Panther Canyon Ranch might be the property for you? Feel free to go and visit it in person! Some properties have locked gate access, so please contact us before making the trip!
1. WHERE IS THE PROPERTY LOCATED?
Panther Canyon Ranch is located south of Sanderson, Texas in Terrell County.
2. WHAT IS THE AVERAGE ELEVATION OF THE PROPERTY?
The average elevation is approximately 2,450 feet.
3. WHAT IS THE AVERAGE TEMPERATURE THROUGHOUT THE YEAR?
4. WHAT DOES THE PROPERTY LOOK LIKE?
Surround yourself with the land of spectacular sunsets, and the largest landscapes in the state of Texas. All are the perfect setting for the unspoiled landscape of Panther Canyon Ranch. With every breath of fresh, clean air, you'll know this pristine unspoiled property is for you - especially since it has been thoughtfully master-planned to exist in harmony with nature and the wildlife of West Texas.
5. WHAT TOWNS ARE CLOSEST TO THE PROPERTY?
This scenic desert property is located southeast of Sanderson, Texas and approximately 96 miles southeast of Fort Stockton, Texas, and 112 miles northwest of Del Rio, Texas.
6. WHAT IMPROVEMENTS HAVE BEEN MADE?
All hunting tracts have been surveyed. Dirt/Caliche roads throughout the ranch. Private locked gate entrance to these hunting tracts.
7. WHAT ARE MOST PEOPLE PLANNING TO DO WITH THEIR LAND?
Most property owners feel that it is a good opportunity to own a nice lot, yet affordable piece of Texas. Some owners plan to make their property into a second home, while others plan to move to their property after retirement. Many plan to pass it down to their children or grandchildren, while others plan to possibly subdivide the property at a later date, keeping some acreage and selling the rest. Many of the property owners also plan to utilize the property as a permanent home or a recreational retreat or getaway from the hustle and bustle of the big city. These lots are ready for you to build your dream home or just enjoy the good feeling of land ownership.
8. WHAT ABOUT WATER?
None. Wells exist throughout the ranch and you are entitled to drill a domestic well on your property at your own cost. Water is not guaranteed to be available at any specific depths, quantity, or quality. Contact a Licensed Texas Well driller for further information and proposed costs.
9. WHAT ABOUT UTILITIES?
None. Power would be by solar, wind or alternative. Waste water disposal for is achieved by individual septic systems. Further information about utilities and who to contact can be provided upon request.
10. WHAT IS THE PROPERTY ZONED AND WHAT ARE THE PROPERTY TAXES FOR A PARCEL?
The zoning allows Residential/Agricultural. Currently, the approximate annual property taxes calculate to approximately $40 per year and are current.
11. IF I FINANCE THE PROPERTY, TO WHOM DO I MAKE MY PAYMENTS AND HOW WILL I KNOW I HAVE RECEIVED PROPER CREDIT FOR MY PAYMENTS?
Your payments will be made to Classic Country Land, LLC. We have our own in house financing available.
12. MAY I USE THE LAND WHILE I'M PAYING FOR IT AND WHEN DO I RECEIVE A DEED TO MY PROPERTY?
Yes, beginning the very day you sign the purchase contract, the land is yours to use and enjoy.
13. CAN I RESELL MY PROPERTY IN THE FUTURE AND MAKE A PROFIT?
While there is no guarantee of profit from any land sale, history has shown that the prices of land have generally increased every year. We believe there are many reasons for this upward trend, including inflation, population growth, a decreasing supply of land, the public's desire for a more natural environment, trend toward movement away from urban areas and the increasing popularity of outdoor recreational activities.
14. IS THERE A PROPERTY OWNER'S ASSOCIATION OR ANY RESTRICTIONS ON THE PROPERTY?
There is a yearly maintenance fee of only $1/acre, not to exceed $300/owner. Restrictions can be provided in the Restrictions and Covenants.
15. WHAT WILL THE ROAD SURFACE BE LIKE?
Maintained dirt/caliche road access.
16. DOES A BUYER HAVE TO BUILD A HOUSE WITHIN A CERTAIN TIME FRAME?
A buyer is never obligated to a timeframe to build on their property.
17. WHY ARE SOME PROPERTIES MORE EXPENSIVE THAN OTHERS?
The properties have been priced according to our "A B C" analysis and consideration of the proximity of the parcels to existing electric. "A B C" stands for Access, Beauty and Character. In other words, how good, quick or easy is the access to the property from the main highway or county road, etc. The beauty of the property mainly pertains to the vegetation and scenic views etc. The character of the property refers mainly to its topography. For example: Is the parcel flat, rolling, steep, etc.
18. IS THERE A PENALTY FOR PAYING OFF MY LAND EARLY?
There is absolutely no prepayment penalty. Your monthly payment is applied to your account balance using simple interest on the unpaid balance. Any and all extra monthly payments will be applied directly to the principal. All extra payments will directly lower your balance, reducing the overall interest you pay on your purchase.
19. CAN I MAKE AN OFFER AND WHAT KINDS OF DISCOUNTS ARE AVAILABLE?
Offers are discouraged as the properties are priced for immediate sale under our "No Haggle" pricing policy.
20. WHAT IS THE LEAST AMOUNT I CAN PUT DOWN AND HOW DO I KNOW I QUALIFY TO BUY?
A minimum of $1,000 down payment is required for our no-qualifying, guaranteed financing and there is no further qualifying involved.
21. WILL I BE PRESSURED TO BUY?
Absolutely not! At Classic Country Land our "no pressure" policy is always in effect. Our prime properties practically sell themselves. We won't be hounding you to buy. However, our friendly ranch representatives are always available to take your call and answer any questions you might have and we welcome those calls. Be assured you'll always be treated with respect and there will be absolutely no pressure to buy. References are also available upon request. If you have any further questions about Classic Country Land, LLC please don't hesitate to give us a call at 972-649-6200 x105 and one of our friendly representatives will be happy to assist you.
Terrell County, Texas
Welcome to Terrell County and Sanderson - the "Cactus Capital of Texas." Residents and officials alike strive to keep our existing quality of life and provide amenities and services that make Sanderson a wonderfully friendly place to visit.
Sanderson is the County Seat with a population currently of about 900. There are only 1,000 in the entire county. Dryden, 20 miles east, is the only other town in the county. About ten souls - plus a few goats and sheep - currently live there. Sanderson is approximately 3,000 feet above sea level. It is only 25-miles north of the U.S./Mexico border - although the nearest "legal" crossing is at Del Rio, 120 miles east. The town of Sanderson lies between beautiful canyons and enjoys a wonderful climate year-round. We have an exemplary public school, low crime and a low cost of living. And it's very quiet.
The native Apaches were one of the first peoples to inhabit Terrell County. By the time the railroad came through this area in the late 19th century, they had mostly been driven away by the U.S. Army forces stationed at Fort Lancaster to the northeast and Fort Davis to the west.
There are still many sites in the county that show evidence of these wonderful Native American tribes and their daily life. Pictographs, arrowheads and grind-holes can still be seen. Meyers Spring is one of the best-known pictograph sites in the area. It is currently a National Heritage Site.
Railroad surveyors reached what we now know as Sanderson in 1881. It was originally called Strobridge after the president of the then railroad construction company. In this harsh and desolate canyon country, there were only early sheep and cattle ranchers. But with the combination of the railroad and the early the sheep and cattle industries, Sanderson thrived for a time.
Terrell County was created by the Texas Legislature in 1905. About 1,500,000 acres of land was sectioned off from Pecos County.
The population decline began after the Interstate Highway 10 was built. Prior to that, U.S. Highway 90 was the main route to points east and west. In 1965, a devastating flood took 27 lives. Homes and buildings were destroyed or damaged and even highway bridges and the railroad suffered major damage. The town slowly recovered after the tragic loss but the population did not. The Southern Pacific railroad moved the crew-base from the Sanderson terminal in 1995 and this took many families out of Sanderson.
The number of large ranches have also since declined. The primary land use still is ranching but many ranchers have found new revenue sources from recreation and hunting. The County and School district are the largest
employers. The Border Patrol is expanding its operations and this means that more people and families are moving in. Tourism is on the increase, which adds enormously to the economy.
If you are thinking about moving from the big city and enjoying a change of pace - almost a return to the lifestyle of the 1950's - consider moving to Sanderson. We always welcome guests and travelers alike.
Big Bend National Park and State Ranch
The Big Bend of the Rio Grande is named for the vast curve of the fabled river in remote southwest Texas. It is a wildly beautiful natural region, with a complex and fascinating history. Over a millions acres of public land including Big Bend National Park and Big Bend Ranch State Park offer hiking, camping, river running, horse riding, mountain bicycling, jeep touring, along with abundant sightseeing opportunities along paved and improved roads. Accommodations run the range from convenient and comfortable to full service luxury.
A few remarkable communities near Big Bend National Park: Marathon, Terlingua and Study Butte, Terlingua Ghost Town, and Lajitas, offer services, amenities, and entertainment. A variety of guided outdoor activities are available. Big Bend is a diverse region with endless possibilities for adventure, whether you like it soft, hard or in between.
Every season in Big Bend has its own unique character. Summer rainy season brings cooler temperatures, spectacular skies and water in the Rio Grande. Fall brings ideal weather for all activities. Spring comes early to Big Bend, March and April are the most popular months to visit. Winters are mild; February is becoming on of the more popular months to visit.
There is something to do here for everyone. You can hunt, fish, play golf, white water raft, hike, etc.
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