You will find a great combination of cultivation, grazing, and recreational features on this property! The water features, excellent fences, access, and utilities make it ready for just about any use you have in mind.
Location: Approximately five miles north of Anson, three hours from the DFW area, and two and half hours from the Midland/Odessa area. The property is one mile off of US Hwy 277, at the northeast corner of CR 293 and CR 256.
Acreage: 323.4 acres with approximately 208 acres in cultivation and 115 acres in native pasture with mesquite and brush.
Water: Red Mud Creek, a wet weather creek, runs through the property, dividing up the cultivated portions of property, which gives the property a large feel. There are two stock tanks and a water well.
Soil Type and Topography: The property is composed primarily of rowena clay loam, sagerton clay loam, and spur soils along the creek. Rowena and sagerton soils are known to be good soils for locally grown crops. The topography is level to sloping.
Improvements: The property has perimeter fencing, three sides are newer, and in excellent condition. There is some barb wire and some net fencing. A very nice pipe and guardrail water gap system runs along the creek area, which should require minimal maintenance even with heavy rainfall. A metal barn and some pens are also located on the property.
Hunting: Dove hunting on this property is superb! Cultivated portions of the property are currently planted in sunflowers. Feral hogs and bobwhite quail have also been observed. The general area has deer, turkey, and varmints. Additionally, the creek provides excellent habitat, cover, and serves as a natural corridor for game of all types.
Utilities: Electricity is provided by Big Country Electric Cooperative, and rural water is available from Ericksdahl Water Supply.
Minerals: Seller believes they own some minerals and will convey them with an acceptable offer.
Price: The price is $1,395 per acre, and $451,143 total.