Acreage Homes For Sale In North Texas

Homes on acerage, acre lots or even a ranch is what many people think of when they here the word Texas. Sadly, most Texas homes sit on much less than a one acre lot. Even the famous Southfork Ranch sits on just 261 acres of land, thats just a hobby ranch in Texas. We do still have new home neighborhoods on one acre lots and many existing neighborhoods with one to twenty acra lots for sale.

Acreage Houses June 15, 2024
316
Listed
83
Avg. DOM
$543.37
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$1,197,500
Med. List Price
316 Properties
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Pros & Cons of Livinging On Acreage

Living on an acreage property can have both pros and cons, depending on individual preferences and circumstances. Here are some potential advantages and disadvantages to consider:

Pros:

  • Space and privacy: Living on an acreage property provides more space and privacy than living in a crowded urban or suburban area.
  • Nature and wildlife: Acreage properties often offer more opportunities for outdoor activities and a closer connection to nature and wildlife.
  • Gardening and farming: If you enjoy gardening or farming, an acreage property provides ample space to cultivate plants or animals.
  • Quiet and peaceful environment: Away from the hustle and bustle of the city, an acreage property can provide a quieter and more peaceful living environment.
  • Flexibility: With more space, you have more flexibility to build or modify your property to suit your needs.

Cons:

  • Higher costs: Living on an acreage property may come with higher property taxes, maintenance costs, and utility bills than living in a more urban area.
  • Distance from amenities: Depending on the location, an acreage property may be farther away from amenities such as grocery stores, hospitals, and schools.
  • Increased maintenance: With more land, there is more property to maintain and care for, which can be time-consuming and expensive.
  • Limited social opportunities: Living on an acreage property can be isolating, as there may be fewer social opportunities and community events in rural areas.
  • Wildlife concerns: Depending on the location, there may be wildlife concerns, such as the risk of wildlife damaging crops or entering homes.
  • Ultimately, whether living on an acreage property is right for you will depend on your personal preferences and lifestyle.

Acreage Houses Real Estate MarketA girl in Texas looking at her family land and home

Are you considering an acreage home or even a new construction home on a land? Do you know what a fair market price is for an acre of ag-land, grazing pasture or farmland? How about what farms and ranches have recently sold for in the area you want land?

Well you need to know this information or you might overpay for your new property. This is why we created our market update, it lists all the active, pending and sold properties. It is free to you and can even be sent to you via email.

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