This is a really nice quarter section that will make a great hunting retreat with the benefit of some income from farming and cattle grazing! The property has recently been sprayed for prickly pear which will improve both habitat for wildlife and the quality of grazing.
Location: Located on CR 240 and CR 217 in eastern Jones County. 160 miles west of DFW, 35 miles north of Abilene or 15 miles southwest of Stamford.
Acreage: 163+/- of which approximately 40 ac are currently in cultivation with the remainder in native mesquite pasture. The pasture has a very strong turf of Buffalo grass as well as many other native grasses and forbs.
Water: Coop water is available approximately one half mile south of the property and there is one earthen tank on the east side. The stock tank has recently been cleaned out and is completely full at the time of this writing. There is another area that should make a great location for an additional pond.
Soil Type & Topography: The property is level to gently rolling.
Improvements: The property has a five strand barbed wire fence around the native pasture. The fencing is in very good condition. There are no other improvements of value on the property.
Utilities: Electricity is in place along the county road.
Hunting: Wildlife in the area includes whitetail deer, bobwhite quail, wild turkey, and feral hogs. This is also a very good area for varmint hunting, including coyotes and bobcats.
Minerals: Surface estate only.
Buyer’s Agent must be identified on first contact & must accompany buying prospect on all showings to be allowed full participation. If this condition is not met, fee participation will be at the sole discretion of Ekdahl Real Estate. No trespassing. Seller’s agent must be present for showings.