This is a great combination property that deserves your attention. It has a great balance of income-producing cultivation and plenty of recreation with good elevation in the surrounding pasture. This place has something for all…whether you are a recreational enthusiast, hobby farmer, or investor.
Location: Located on FM 1263, approximately 4.5 miles North of Aspermont, or 60± miles North of Abilene.
Acreage: 486+/- acres. Approximately 250 acres in cultivation, with balance being in mesquite and cedar pasture. Seller has a new survey.
Improvements: The fences around this property are in very good condition. Also, there is a very good tenant on the property who will work with you to keep this property in top condition.
Soil Info: The majority of the soils in the cultivated areas are Tilman Clay Loam. This soil type is very productive and is well suited to most crops grown in this area. For soil maps and information, please CLICK HERE.
Topography: The farm is level to gently rolling, with a couple of ridges and draws and Turtle Creek running along the west end of the property.
Water: Rural water is available along FM 1263. There are also two large stock tanks on the property that have recently been cleaned out and are completely full thanks to recent spring rains.
Utilities: Electricity is in place.
Hunting: Wildlife in the area includes Whitetail Deer, Feral Hogs, Rio Grande Turkey and Bobwhite Quail. It is also a good area for Dove hunting, as well as varmint hunting.
Minerals: This property is offered as surface estate only.