Own a piece of the Rolling Plains in West Texas! With improved grasses, a water well, and a stock tank, this property is just right for that small herd and the horses. Don’t rule out a place to live; there are neighbors in the area running their homes off water wells; The views of that new porch will be amazing! Don’t miss out; give Dan Byerly a call at (325 665-3489.
Location: The property is located north of Colorado City in Mitchell County. The old communities nearest to the property include China Grove and Valley View. Just under 9 miles from Colorado City and less than 19 miles from Snyder. The property is located within the Colorado Independent School District. Other distances include 27 miles to Sweetwater and 47 miles to Big Spring.
Acreage: This property is 263.54± acres, according to the survey.
Topography: Part of the Rolling Plains, this property has 60′ of elevation change. The views are impressive! Most likely an old CRP field, the terraces are still evident from the old farm conservation practices years ago.
Rainfall/Elevation: With an elevation that ranges around 2310′ to 2370′, the property offers some incredible views. The average annual rainfall for Mitchell County is about 19 inches.
Cover: Thicker mature trees cover the east end, while smaller trees are found across the west end, mostly mesquite with some Hackberry trees. The lower cover seems to be ideal for the quail. The majority of the property is improved grasses.
Fences: The five-wire barbed perimeter fence is in good condition and currently holding livestock. The sellers are in the process of installing a cross fence.
Utilities: Electricity is on-site and used for the water well pump. The buyer or buyer’s agent should verify all utilities.
Water: The water well has not been tested but runs around 15gpm and tastes great. Other wells are in the vicinity and used for irrigation, so finding additional water in the Dockum aquifer is possible. Below the water well is a small stock tank that is holding water. There are two old water wells not in operation. Buyer or buyer’s agent should verify all water.
Hunting: The property has not been hunted in a while. The wildlife known to be on the property includes Whitetail deer, feral hogs, quail, dove, and varmints. A Whitetail deer’s full shed set was found on the property when inspected, as was a really nice covey of quail.
Residence and Improvements: A gathering set of livestock pens has been installed and will remain.
Minerals: The seller does not own any mineral rights.
Price: The property is priced at $599,000.00
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