227± South Cadillac Curve
Location: 1.5 miles north of Rule, 170 miles west of Fort Worth. This property lies on the south and west side of county road 617 in Haskell County.
Acreage: 227.61± acres with 200± in cultivation planted in sesame with the balance in heavy native pasture.
Improvements: The property is partially fenced with an electric fence, an older barn and a grain bin.
Topography: This property is nearly level to gently sloping.
Cover: The pasture is Chinaberry, hackberry and mesquite which provide very good cover for whitetail deer.
Water: There are two water wells on the property. Rural water may be available along the south property line.
Utilities: Electricity is available.
Soils: The majority of the soils on this tract is made up of Abilene Loam and Grandfield-Devol Complex. These soils are suitable for growing all locally supported crops. For more information on soil capabilities, please click HERE.
Hunting: This area is well known for all around hunting. Wildlife in the area includes Whitetail Deer, Turkey, Feral Hogs, Quail and Dove and several different types of predators.
Minerals: Seller believes to own all minerals and are negotiable.
Price: This property is offered at $271,268 or $1,195 per acre.