551.48 acres, more or less of excellent hunting and grazing with a mile of Interstate 40 Service Road frontage (N side of I-40), just 9 miles east of Shamrock. Approximately 74.56 acres is cultivated land, currently in wheat, with the remaining 476.92 acres in native pasture, trees, shinnery, hackberry, scattered tree groves and thick brush. This all provides grazing and shade for cattle as well as excellent cover for wildlife. Wildlife includes white tail deer, mule deer, turkey, dove, quail, wild hogs, varmints and mule deer. With panoramic views from the old homestead site, it would make an excellent location to build a new home, barn dominium, or hunting cabin upon. The old Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific Railroad meandered just across the north boundary of this section. The old Fuller School was located just across the road from the northwest corner. North Elm Creek crosses the very tip of the southwest corner of this section. This property is located just 3 miles from the Texas/Oklahoma border and is only 105 miles from Amarillo, 161 miles from Oklahoma City, 176 from Wichita Falls, 204 from Lubbock and 290 from Fort Worth.
LEGAL DESCRIPTION: 551.48 acres, more or less; in Section 57, Block 13, H&GN Ry. Co. Survey, Wheeler County, Texas.
MINERALS & MINERAL RIGHTS: There are no minerals available to convey. There is no production on the property.
IMPROVEMENTS: Metal cattle pens and water well on the east side of the property. Metal haybarn/equipment shed located on the north side of the property.
FENCES: Fair to good four and five strand barbwire perimeter fence.
TOPOGRAHY: There are several ideal locations for hunting blinds, food plots and game feeders.
FSA BASE ACREAGE: No acres participating in the programs. 74.56 acres of cultivation, currently in wheat.
WATER: Water well with solar powered submersible pump.
UTILITIES: Greenbelt Electric Co-op, Inc line and meter on the south side at the old homestead location. Line also runs along the west side of County Road 26.
SURFACE WATER: Small pond catching the overflow from stock tank at the well.
WATER RIGHTS: All water rights will convey to buyer.
WATER CONSERVATION DISTRICT: Panhandle Groundwater Conservation District (PGCD)
WIND RIGHTS: All wind rights will convey to buyer.
ZONING: Agricultural. Located outside of any municipality.
TAXING DISTRICT: Taxes for 2019 were approximately $
EASEMENTS & RIGHTS-OF-WAY: Any easements or rights-of-way are not expected to affect the operations of this ranch. Commitment for Title Insurance will identify all existing easements and rights-of-way.
POSSESSION: Upon closing and funding.
HUNTING LEASE: In place through August 31, 2020.
GRAZING LEASE: In place through December 31, 2020.
PERSONAL PROPERTY: No personal property to convey.
Buyer's Broker must be identified upon first contact with Listing Brokerage Firm and must accompany buying prospect on first showing to be allowed brokerage fee participation. Otherwise the fee participation will be at the sole discretion of Listing Broker.
Buyer Agents representing serious qualified buyers can contact Listing Broker for more information, or to set up an appointment.
NO TRESPASSING. PLEASE DO NOT ACCESS PROPERTY WITHOUT WRITTEN PERMISSION FROM LISTING BROKER.
As with any Exclusive Listing Agreement, owners are not to negotiate with any prospective buyers, but to refer all prospective buyers to the Listing Broker, so please ask your buyer prospects to not contact any of the owners directly. Please direct all questions to Listing Broker. This property is not for Rent, not for Lease and Owner Financing is not available.
DIRECTIONS: From Shamrock go east on Interstate 40 for approximately 6 miles, exiting on to the Interstate Service Road at the exit to FM 1802, continuing east on the Interstate 40 Service Road for approximately 3 miles to the underpass to County Road 26. Property lies on the north side of I-40 and east side of County Road 26.