Dryden TX Real Estate & Homes for Sale
The median home value in Dryden, TX is $86,800.
the county median home value of $82,900.
The national median home value is $219,700.
The average price of homes sold in Dryden, TX is $86,800.
Approximately 30% of Dryden homes are owned,
compared to 6.67% rented, while
63.33% are vacant.
Dryden real estate listings include condos, townhomes, and single family homes for sale.
Commercial properties are also available.
If you see a property you’re interested in, contact a Dryden real estate agent to arrange a tour today!
THE HUNTING GET-AWAY FOR ANY HUNTER! DOVE, TURKEY, DEER SEASONS. WATER IS AVAILABLE AT CENTRAL POINT (WINDMILL) FOR ALL LAND OWNERS OF ALL HUNTING TRACTS. ROADS ARE GRADED TWICE PER YEAR. APPROXIMATELY $75 TO $100 ANNUAL FEE IS PAID TO CEDAR CREEK, PO BOX 32671, WACO, TX FOR THOSE TWO SERVICES. ROADS ARE RUGGED YET VIEWS ARE SPECTACULAR. TRACTS OF LAND MOSTLY ARE FENCE-LESS. BRING YOUR 4 WHEEL DRIVE AND SAFE BOOTS. YOUR VEHICLE WILL GET SCRATCHED DRIVING TO TRACT 178.
225.294 Acres located 1.4 miles north of Dryden, Tx off State Highway 349. This property offers a wide range of hunting opportunities including white tail deer, mule deer, blue quail, and pheasant. There are two deer blinds on the property. An elevated blind located in the central part of the ranch and a ground level blind at the southwestern end of the property. No game feeders will convey with the purchase of this property and no minerals are owned by the owner of this property. The main gate to the property is on the eastern fence line with access from State Highway 349. No long trips down county roads to access this property. The ranch is low-fenced along the western and eastern property line but open on the northern and southern ends. The owner has maintained the internal roads and this road system gives you access throughout the property. No cabins or camps were established on this ranch and no utilities are available. This ranch is 20 miles from Sanderson, 60 miles south of IH 10 down State Highway 349, 1.4 miles north of Dryden, and 254 miles from San Antonio by way of Hwy 90.
Take a look at this 202 acre West Texas hunting property! This property offers a variety of wildlife such as white tail deer, mule deer, and blue quail to name a few and other game species are present. There has been little hunting on the land over the last 7 years and very light hunting pressure from the surrounding properties. The improvements have been added to the land and it has been left in a very natural state. There is a primitive hunting camp setup near the northern end of the property and just off the county road that runs the western property line. As this area was developed, electrical lines were put in and run across this property. There is the potential for power on the property if wanted. When this area was subdivided, waterlines were run to various properties. One of the original lines passes through these 202 acres but more investigation is needed to determine the possibility and cost of getting water to this land. The 202 acres have survey pins at the corners and white PVC pipe sticking up in certain spots to help delineate the property lines. This tract of land is triangular-in-shape, with the high point of the property at the northern end or top point of the triangle. Prairie Creek is a dry creek that runs west to east through the property with a couple of smaller draws that drain into it at staggered intervals as you move across the property. Many of the deer can be found in this part of the property and come out to forage on the rest of the property. The soil is a mix of sand and rock with typical West Texas vegetation of sage, mesquite, and other native species of plants. There are no perimeter fences for this property and only a short run of fencing near an old pen, that is still standing. No minerals are owned by the seller. This land is under an agricultural exemption and there are cattle that graze this property.
Great 404 acre West Texas hunting property! This property offers a variety of wildlife such as white tail deer, mule deer, blue quail, and other species of game animals. There has been little hunting on the land over the last 5 plus years. There are 2 established hunting camps on this property, with a primitive camp at the northern end and the main camp site at the southern end of the property. As this area was developed, electrical lines were put in and run across this property. There is the potential for power on the property if wanted. There is a community water well, in which a waterline was run through this land, but more investigation is needed to determine the possibility and cost of getting water to this land. The ranch is made up of two 202 acre tracts that have survey markers and white PVC pipe to delineate the property lines and the two individual tracts of land. The northern tract is triangular-in-shape and has one of the high points on the property. Prairie Creek runs west to east across the property with a couple of smaller draws running in to it from the north. Many of the deer found on this property can be found in this wet weather creek, coming out to forage on the rest of the property at sunup and sundown. The southern 202 acres is rectangular in shape and comes back up in elevation to create a plateau. There are no perimeter fences for this property and only a short run of fencing near an old pen, that is still standing. No minerals are owned by the seller. This land is under an agricultural exemption and there are cattle that graze this property.
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