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Property Summary

Just a few miles east of the New Mexico border and about 70 miles west of Lubbock lies the quaint town of Bledsoe, Texas. If off the grid living is what you are seeking then Bledsoe is a perfect fit. When you’re looking for more to do, then set your sights on the big cities of Lubbock or Amarillo. You can still get culture a little closer by heading over state lines to Roswell for some extraterrestrial education or to a local vineyard for some wine tasting. 

Bledsoe was founded in 1925 by the Panhandle and Santa Fe Railway, as a destination from Lubbock with plans to continue the line into New Mexico (which never happened). The town is named for Samuel T. Bledsoe, the railroad’s president. As a ranching community, Bledsoe benefited from the railroad and soon became a cattle-shipping center.

The area boasts the beauty of the Muleshoe National Wildlife Refuge. Here you can watch a variety of wildlife, hike the property, camp overnight, or enjoy photographing the varied terrain and many animals. The refuge encompasses over 6,000 acres as part of the National Wildlife Refuge System – a national network of lands and waters set aside for the benefit of wildlife, habitat and you.

Join the about 100 residents in a beautiful rural community where you can get away and build a life of your own. It’s 25 miles southwest of the county seat of Cochran County, Morton, Texas. Cochran County offers multiple hunting seasons for over a dozen different species in the area. Be sure to check with Texas Parks & Wildlife for hunting limits and restrictions.

While there is no road leading directly to the lot, you can access the property with 4-wheel drive or off road vehicles. There’s currently no zoning in Cochran County, so you have no building restrictions and can camp or park your RV on your property for as long as you like. Just be sure to properly and legally dispose of sewage. Bring water in with a holding tank until you build and choose your power options with solar, wind or generator.

  • 69 miles to Lubbock
  • Get your major shopping done in a Lubbock 
  • Take in Enchantment Vineyards in Portales NM, 61 miles away 
  • Visit Muleshoe National Wildlife Refuge 40 miles away
  • Explore the International UFO Museum in Roswell
  • Day trip 104 miles to Roswell, NM 
  • 157 miles to Amarillo, TX
  • Weekend getaway 290 miles to Albuquerque, NM
  • Travel in via Portales Municipal Airport in New Mexico

Property Details

Street AddressN/A, near Bledsoe, TX 79314
CountyCochran County
Size1.85 Acres
Legal DescriptionTHE BRANDING IRON SUBDIVISION, LOT 89, COCHRAN COUNTY, TEXAS Being a parcel of land out of the Branding Iron Subdivision, a 413.65 Acre Tract of land lying east of State Highway 125 out of Section 7, Block Y, Public School Land Survey, Cochran County, and being more particularly described as follows: BEGINNING: At a point 447.31 feet N 86° 57’ 20” W from the southeast corner of this Section, and also know as the southwest corner of Lot 44; THENCE: N 03° 01’ 15” E 122.69 feet to the northeast corner of the lot; THENCE: N 86° 57’ 06” W 408.33 feet to the northwest corner of the lot; THENCE: S 03° 01’ 15” W 122.64 feet to the southwest corner of the lot; THENCE: S 86° 57’ 20” E 408.33 feet to the Point of Beginning at the southeast corner of the above referenced lot and containing 1.150 acres of land, more or less. There is a 20 foot easement along the south and west sidelines of this lot for access purposes. The foregoing description is based upon the metes and bounds data provided by the owners, the Texas Railroad Commission, Texas Natural Resources Information System, and the Texas General Land Office, and has not been surveyed as of this date.
Google Maps
Lat/Long CoordinatesNW: 33.598546, -103.024388
NE: 33.598544, -103.023041
SW: 33.598210, -103.024389
SE: 33.598201, -103.023044
Elevation200 feet
Annual TaxesApprox. $98 per year
ZoningNo Restrictions - There is no zoning at this time in Cochran County. There are no building restrictions at this time in Cochran County. You can camp on your own property. You must have a proper way to dispose of sewage. You can bring your RV on your lot and stay there upon building a home. You just need to dispose of sewage properly and legally. Mobile homes are allowed as there are no building restrictions. Contact 806-266-5508 for more information.
AccessThere is no physical road leading to the lot directly.
SewerWould be by septic system
WaterWould be a well, water haul and holding tank or other similar option
UtilitiesPower by Solar or generator, Phone by cellular, Satellite TV/Internet/Phone

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