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Million-dollar homes hit the ‘Pan’ and West TexasMillion-dollar homes hit the ‘Pan’ and West Texashttps://www.recenter.tamu.edu/news/newstalk-texas/?Item=65042013-08-27T07:39:00Z2013-08-27T00:00:00Z

WEST TEXAS, PANHANDLE COUNTIES - In Midland County, the number of single-family homes valued at $1 million or more has increased from five in 2005 to 104 in 2013. The Midland Central Appraisal District reported 41 single-family residences were added to the tax rolls in 2013 alone.

The area with the most million-dollar single-family homes — with 47 — is between Big Spring Dr./Hwy. 349 and Midkiff Rd., north of Bluebird Ln. There are 17 homes listed as being in Odessa but also in Midland County.

The Reporter-Telegram, in conjunction with a MyWestTexas.com presentation of the most expensive 100 houses in Midland County, requested the total number of million-dollar single-family residences in each of the major West Texas and Panhandle metropolitan areas.

Another 20 properties are valued at $1 million or more in the county but are listed as “E1” or “Real Farm-Ranch House +/- five acres.” There are 49 single-family residences on land covering two acres or more.

Million-dollar Single-family Homes in Major Counties Across West Texas*
County Population Number of million-
dollar homes
**Midland 146,645  104
Potter/Randall 255,808 69
Lubbock 285,760 61
Ector 144,325 26
Taylor 133,473  13
Tom Green 113,281  7

*Largest metropolitan area in the county: Midland (Midland), Ector (Odessa), Taylor (Abilene), Lubbock (Lubbock), Tom Green (San Angelo) and Potter/Randall (Amarillo).

**Midland County does not include properties classified as “E1” or “Real Farm-Ranch House +/- five acres.”

Midland Reporter-Telegram
Midland
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