DESCRIPTION: Two large deer blinds, one two story with sleeping quarters, remain with the property in the far west end pasture. House Log Creek, a wet weather draw, crosses the pasture diagonally to the southwest. Buck Creek is located just a fourth to an eighth of a mile from the western border. Brush, hardwood and mesquite provide a hunter’s haven with white tail deer, mule deer, turkey, quail, dove, wild hogs and varmints. Dirt tanks water wildlife and livestock as well.
Utilize property containing 371 acres more or less to its maximum potential with cross fences creating five pastures to rotate cattle. Seller ran 50 head of cows comfortably on former CRP improved grasses in four of the pastures and native grass closest to Buck Creek on the west end. Perimeter and cross fences contain six miles of five strand barbwire fence with metal pipe gates and corners with stretching posts. Livestock load out pens make handling cattle convenient.
Sellers constructed a two bedroom bunkhouse with tile roof that is approximately 60 percent complete on existing foundation. The 100 amp main electric cable service runs underground from road to structure. Large concrete underground storm cellar is situated near structure.
The 60 acres along County Road 180 are in the Conservation Reserve Program with yearly income of $2,100 set to expire October 1, 2020.
LEGAL DESCRIPTION: 371 ACRES +/- in BLK 14 SEC 23 N/2 and 20 AC S/2 CONTAINING 340 ACRES AND SEC 38 S/PT S/2 CONTAINING 31 ACRES, H&GN RY CO SURVEY, COLLINGSWORTH COUNTY, TEXAS
IMPROVEMENTS: Two bedroom home approximately 60 percent complete, deer blinds and feeders.
FENCES: Six miles of like new five strand barbwire fence (perimeter and cross fence).
FSA PROGRAMS: The eastern most 60 acres remain in the Conservation Reserve Program. Total acreage base acres are undetermined by the Farm Service Agency at this time.
SOIL: Sandy/sandy loam.
TOPOGRAPHY: Slightly rolling with level areas.
MINERALS: Subject to previous record, any mineral rights will be retained by current owner.
WATER and WIND RIGHTS: All water and wind rights will convey to buyer.
WATER: One of the two (16 inch casing) wells is operational with submersible pump and metal well house. Both wells are 140 feet deep with water at a depth of 70 feet. Underground 5 inch water line runs from house well west approximately ¾ mile with five risers spaced out to water livestock. In addition, approximately a mile of ¾ inch water line connects from the Red River Water Authority rural water tap along the road then runs west along the north edge of the property. The multiple dirt ponds to water wildlife and livestock are utilized as well.
IRRIGATION POTENTIAL: Unknown.
POSSESSION: Upon closing and funding.
TENANT: No lease in place for grazing or hunting.
UTILITIES: A 100 amp main electric cable service runs underground from road to structure.
ZONING: No zoning as located outside of any municipality.
TAXES: Estimated at $1233 per year.
DIRECTIONS: From Wellington go 6 miles south on Haskell Street/FM 1035 that turns into CR 180. Property lies on west side of CR 180 (16 acre tract of cultivation is north border of property).
From Childress, go 23 mils north on US Hwy 83 to CR A (Collingsworth County/Childress County Line). Go west 1 mile then north on CR 180 for 1 mile. Property is located on west side of CR 180.
Serious Qualified Buyers Agents can contact Bev or Chad for more detailed information.
NO TRESPASSING. PLEASE DO NOT ACCESS PROPERTY WITHOUT BEING ACCOMPANIED BY AGENT OR 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 do 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.
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.