Walton Centennial

89Q5+94 Girard, TX, USA

Details

Kent County acreage is available for the first time in almost 100 years! Paved and county road frontage provides great access for you to enjoy the rolling terrain across the 296± acres. With the acreage not being cultivated in many years, it has evolved into a savannah of open and thick areas of brush. This natural progression has created quality habitat across the landscape. We encourage you to visit this Kent County corridor. Call today to schedule your private showing. You don’t want to miss this opportunity!

Location: The Walton Centennial has Highway 70 frontage and is on the east side of the highway just south of Girard in the north-eastern portion of Kent County. Access is provided off county road 167. Lubbock is less than 2 hours away and the DFW metroplex is approximately 4± hrs.

Acreage: Walton Centennial is made up of 296± acres. Historically, much of the ranch was cultivated; however, it has not been farmed in years. There is variety across the landscape in both the size and density of brush. Some areas are open and could easily be made into food plots in addition to areas of thicker brush. There is a block of older brush on the northwest part of the property with lots of hackberry trees and an old pond.

Topography: There is approximately 50’ of elevation change across the property with rolling topography and old field terraces.

Fences: The fencing around the property ranges from poor to excellent. With both new and older barbed wire fences along with some new net wire fencing on the east boundary.

Utilities: There are electric lines on the property, and South Plains Electric Cooperative supplies power in the area.

Water: There isn’t currently any surface water on the property. It is unknown if there is groundwater available but there are some registered water wells in the area.

Hunting: Wildlife that inhabit the area are white-tailed deer, mule deer, feral hogs, Rio Grande turkeys, as well as mourning doves with occasional white-winged doves, bobwhite quail, coyotes, bobcats, and various other varmints. Kent County can produce quality deer and the Walton Centennial provides a corridor from some rugged country to the east to some shinnery country to the west. The property has not been leased for hunting in several years.

Minerals: The family owns mineral interest with the acreage. That interest may be included with an acceptable offer. The buyer is responsible for verifying mineral interest.

Price: The property is priced at $1,650 per acre for a total price of $488,400.00

 

The information contained herein is believed to be true and correct. However, Ekdahl Nelson Real Estate does not give any warranty for its accuracy. It is the buyer or buyer’s agent responsibility to verify all information. Please be advised that Ekdahl Nelson Real Estate represents the seller in this transaction.

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 Nelson Real Estate. No trespassing. Seller’s agent must be present for showings.

 

Since 1980, Ekdahl Nelson Real Estate has been a leader in West Texas real estate, providing world-class service to clients throughout Texas and Oklahoma. A full-service brokerage, Ekdahl Nelson specializes in farm and ranch, recreational, residential, and commercial properties, providing clients with an exceptional buying and selling experience. Headquartered in Stamford, Texas, Ekdahl Nelson also has offices located in Abilene, Anson, Aspermont, and Rotan, with dedicated and knowledgeable agents serving the areas. Visit ekdahlrealestate.net for more information and to view current properties.