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10 Acres for Sale in Sierra Blanca, TX

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Large and stunning parcel zoned for agricultural use with beautiful and open views away from the city.

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$3495 $4,499
$99 Down + $199 Doc Fee = $298 Reserve Now

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$120/mo for 36 months
$99 Down + $199 Doc Fee = $298 Reserve Now

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Hudspeth County is a county located in the U.S. state of Texas. As of the 2010 census, the population was 3,476. Its county seat is Sierra Blanca, and the largest community is Fort Hancock. The county is named for Claude Benton Hudspeth, a state senator and United States Representative from El Paso. It is northeast from the Mexican border.

Hudspeth County is included in the El Paso, TX Metropolitan Statistical Area. It is one of the nine counties that comprise the Trans-Pecos region of West Texas. Hudspeth is one of two Texas counties to observe Mountain Time, along with neighboring El Paso.

Property is not located within the city limits of Sierra Blanca — Sierra Blanca is the county seat of the county this property is located in.

Use the land for: Speculation, Build a Horse Ranch, Home, install a manufactured home, camp, park your RV or trailer. The County has no Zoning Restrictions at this time

GPS Coordinates: The exact GPS coordinates of this property have not yet been determined as the property has not been surveyed.

The GPS coordinates in the ad are approximate. If you decide to build you will need to get a professional surveyor to walk the property and do all other parts of a full survey

All pictures are of the general Hudspeth County area, not of the property for sale. It is NOT located in Sierra Blanca, Sierra Blanca is the county seat for the county.

ROADS: The roads in this county are primarily dirt. You might need to reach out to your neighbors in order to go from any road to this property.

POWER: There is no electricity or any other utilities on the property.

Survey: Property has not been surveyed. All GPS coordinates are approximate.

The legal information for the property is below:

Legal Description: 57 Sec 13 Psl Sw1/4Ne1/4Se1/4 (10.00 Acres)

County: Hudspeth, TX

APN: 04722 Alternate APN: X600-057-0013-0420 Census Tract / Block: Munic / Twnshp: Twnshp-Rng-Sec: Legal Lot / Block: Subdivision: Tract #: Legal Book / Page: Neighborhood: School District: Sierra Blanca Independent School District Elementary School: Sierra Blanca Scho… Middle School: Sierra Blanca Scho… High School: Sierra Blanca Scho…

Latitude: 31.45637 Longitude: -105.38648

Property Information

Parcel Size

10 Acres





Nearest Cities

Sierra Blanca

Parcel #


Legal Description

57 Sec 13 Psl Sw1/4Ne1/4Se1/4 (10.00 Acres)


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Dirt Road

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31.441385, -105.397582

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Nearby Attractions/City

Sierra Blanca is a town in, and county seat of Hudspeth CountyTexas, United States. It is also the namesake of a census-designated place (CDP) in which it is located.[3] The town is part of the Trans-Pecos region of far western Texas, is located northeast of the Mexican border and is within the Mountain Time Zone. As of the 2010 census, the population was 553.[4]

The town was founded in 1881 at the completion point of a long-sought southern transcontinental railway.[5] Sierra Blanca has served as the junction of the Southern Pacific and Missouri Pacific railroads. Hudspeth County was formed in 1917 from El Paso County. Sierra Blanca was named the county seat, and has the only adobe courthouse[6] in the state of Texas.

The town continues to accommodate travelers between Van Horn and El Paso along Interstate 10, which is the main route that connects Texas from west to east. The town was named for the nearby Sierra Blanca Mountains, which were named for the white poppies which grew on them[7][8] (sierra blanca is Spanish for “white range”).

The letters “SB” can be seen on a nearby mountain from Interstate 10.

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