Huge 29.70 Acres land with highway frontage. Lot 35 out of Section 22 No. of Hwy out of parcel 27945
OWNER FINANCE OPTIONS:
5 years (7.0% APR) – down payment $1,000 – monthly payment: $524.73
7 years (7.00% APR) – down payment $1,000 – monthly payment: $399.96
10 years (7.00% APR) – down payment $1,000 – monthly payment $307.69
20% discount applies if property is paid in full within 10 days.
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Presidio, Texas is very nice town in far west Texas along the Rio Grande River, which is the border with Mexico. It is considered the western gateway to the Big Bend country of Texas, an area of desert lowlands broken by towering mountains. Big Bend Ranch State Park, Big Bend National Park and Fort Leaton (an historic US cavalry fort) all are found close to Presidio. And across the border lies Ojinaga, Mexico, the sister city of Presidio. There is plenty to see and good shopping opportunities in Ojinaga.
Ranch Road 170 between Presidio and Lajitas, was designated by National Geographic as one of the most scenic drives in North America. With river vistas on one side and mountains on the other and plenty of wildlife to view year round, Ranch Road 170 is a wonderful drive any time of the year. In addition, Redford, Candlelaria and Ruidosa lie on FM 170, as well as the Chinati Hot Springs, which makes this area perfect for a West Texas adventure.
Spring (February through April) is an excellent time to enjoy the region. There is an annual growth of wild flowers, including the state flower, the blue bonnet, and even the desert cactus get into the act by blooming in the mid to late spring. Everywhere you look is a profusion of color during the spring.
The climate is warm during the days in the winter months and hot in the summer. Lows range from and average in the 30’s overnight in the winter months to low to mid 70’s overnight in the summer months. Average annual rainfall is barely over 9 inches and snowfall is rare, but a dusting occasionally is common.
Being a tract of land out of the North Part of Section 22, Block 1, T&P RR Co. Survey, and being more particularly described as:
BEGINNING: At a point along the western sideline of Section 22 where said sideline meets the Northern Right of Way for Ranch Road 170; LOT 35 SEC 22 BLK 1 T&P RR CO SURVEY NORTH OF RANCH RD 170.
The foregoing description is based upon maps and data provided by the owner, the Texas General Land Office and the Texas Railroad Commission and has not been surveyed as of this date.
Directions to Lots in Section 22, Presidio County, Texas:
From Presidio, Texas:
Take US Highway 67 north out of town.
One Half mile north of town, turn left onto Ranch Road 170.
The lots are approximately 17 miles from the turn onto RR 170 on the right side of the road.
Tax: approximately $100 per year
Zoning: Residential/Agricultural with no restrictions in place. No time limit to build. Water: wells or Storage Tank. Sewer: must install Septic. Phone: Most Cell phones work in the area. Power: Solar.
The property is rectangular in shape with 251.26’ x 5000.01’ x 251.26’ x 5040.55’ in size (approximately 1,270,055 square feet). The elevation ranges from approx. 2656’ at front of the property to 2793 at the rear.
Best Things to do near Presidio, TX
- Profile of Lincoln. 0.6 mile. Landmarks & Historical Buildings.
- Big Bend Ranch State Park. 2.6 miles
- Loma Paloma Golf Course & RV Park. 0.3 mi. Golf, Campgrounds, RV Parks.
- Fort Leaton State Historic Site. 2.7 miles.
- Presidio Trading Post. 1.4 miles. Bars.
- Jesse James Smoked Ribs. 3.4 miles. Sports Bars.
- Chianti Mountains. Wild Adventure Outfitters. Ghost town Terlingua Desert Sports, and many more.