CO RD C Hall County (Memphis, Texas, US - 79245) Built

SOLD $320,000
Sold 12-16-2013


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  • Hunting & Recreational w/ CRP Income
  • Type: Recreational
  • Style: Lot / Land
  • Lot Type: Rectangular
  • Lot Size: 318.3 acres
  • Taxes: $382.90 (2012)


DESCRIPTION: This prime hunting property almost has it all with 237.2 acres in CRP for income and the balance in native grass, woods, thickets, and large trees for grazing, hunting, bow hunting, and recreational use. There are 15.5 acres, more or less in SE corner that lay on the South side of Hwy 256, perfect for hunting lodge or a new homesite. There are other excellent locations to build with beautiful panoramic views coupled with easy access. With proper fencing, some of the property could also be used for a stocker cattle or cow/calf operation to further supplement your income. All this property needs is a new owner to appreciate all it has to offer.

LOCATION: From Memphis, go 2 1/2 miles west on Hwy 256. CO RD 20 lies on West side. CO RD C is the North boundary.

LEGAL: All of the SE/4 AND NE/4 of Section 94, Block 18, H&GN Ry. Co. Survey, Hall County, Texas. - 318.3 acres, more or less.

TOPOGRAPHY: Terrain is diverse with flat to rolling grassland to bluffs with elevation changes.

WATER: Submersible pump on west side. Public water lines are on north, south and west sides.

HUNTING & RECREATIONAL: Native pasture includes brush, huge cottonwoods, hardwoods, thickets and mesquite that provide excellent habitat and cover for wildlife. Eight food plots are located throughout the property. Wildlife includes white tail deer, mule deer, wild hogs, coyotes, bobcats, turkey, quail and dove. Excellent areas for bow hunting.

MINERALS: Seller owns no minerals.

WIND & WATER: All wind and water rights convey.

FSA BASE ACREAGE and YIELDS: 266.9 acres Cropland, with 237.2 acres in Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) through September 30, 2022. Payments are $7,590.00 per year. Buyer must assume CRP Contract with USDA Farm Service Agency.

UTILITIES: Easements include Electric, Water & Gas.

TENANT: There are no leases in place for grazing or hunting.

POSSESSION: Upon closing and funding.


  • Blinds and feeders do not convey.
  • The cottonwoods located on this property are thought to be the oldest stand in Hall County.
  • Owner may consider splitting the property in two tracts, but not at the current price. If interested, contact Listing Broker.



  • Hills
  • Panoramic
  • Pasture
  • River View
  • Valley
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