This is a nice dryland farm that is mostly level with a Playa Lake in the southeast corner. There are two wells on the property that are piped across the road to the south. The owner will lease these two wells back from a perspective Buyer, for a total of $2,000.00 per year, and up to a 25-year lease. The Seller will be responsible for all maintenance and upkeep on the pumps and wells. The wells and underground line will offer depreciable assets to the new owner.
The farm has been leased on a quarter crop share. The current tenant would like to continue leasing the property, or possession is available before the start of the next season. This property offers a nice rate of return with the crop share and a well lease.
Nice flat quarter section, all being one soil type of (OTA) Olton Clay Loam. Two wells with turbine pumps producing a total of 600 GPM per the tenant. Sprinkler, electric motors, and panels belong to the tenant on this farm. Farm is owned by a Trust and requires 72 working hours to respond to any offers, and will be conveyed by Special Warranty Deed.
Location, visibility, and a great floor plan make this building on Kearney Street in Clarendon the perfect next location for your business. There is ample office and/or storage area, with approximately 2,788 square feet, two separate offices, a large conference room, and a reception area. Businesses who have occupied this space in the past include the Girl Scouts Texas Plains Council, a Tax Office, and Interim Health Care.
This commercial building is located right off of US 287, providing high visibility for travelers driving through Clarendon. According to TXDOT, the Annual Average Daily Traffic Count (AADT) in this area is 14,397.
Situated in the heart of the downtown district, this locale is an easy, convenient stop for your local customers.
If it is rental income you are looking for, this building would make a great addition to your portfolio. This space has, most recently, rented for $550 per month.
This property is located just South of the city of Booker, Texas on SH 23 accessible by all weather roads on the East and North. FM Uncle Sam Road is paved along the entire Northern side of the property. The property consists of 168 +/- acres of CRP, expiring in 2020, the remaining less 35 acres is improved and native grassland, 164 and 278 respectively. There is 35 acres in the SW corner leased for commercial composting operations. This would make a good investment property and cattle grazing opportunity.
CRP properties with this long of term left do not come available very often. This property has a CRP-SAFE contract with many years left, providing a long term investment. The property is flat with a couple small Playa Lakes. There is a good stand of grass, and an old home site foundation in the southwest corner. The seller is offering this property with a reservation of one-half of the owned mineral interest, and one-half of the commercial wind generation royalty interest.
This Absolute Land Auction is scheduled for Thursday, October 17th at 6:00 pm at Frank Phillips College – Allen Campus 2314 Jefferson St., Perryton, Texas 79070.
Located in the northeastern Texas Panhandle, just south of Lake Fryer and Wolf Creek County Park, this property will be offered in two (2) individual surface tracts. Both tracts contain Conservation Reserve Program land with contracts that expire in September, 2029. These tracts offer excellent grazing and income opportunities, and deserve serious consideration by anyone wanting to expand their livestock grazing operation, looking for a hunting property, or wanting to improve their investment portfolios.
TRACT #1 – 657 + Acres
Legal Description: Section 389 Blk 43, H&TC RR Co Survey, Ochiltree County, Texas containing 657 acres more or less.
If you need to expand your current ranching operation, or you are looking for a long-term stable investment or a good hunting property, you need to consider this tract. Located on the breaks of Northup Creek, which feeds into Wolf Creek to the north, this tract provides excellent habitat for deer, antelope, and turkey. The northern half of this section is native grass with breaks. There is one windmill in the northwest quarter and a submersible with a pond on the south.
The southern half 330 acres are enrolled in the Conservation Reserve Program, which allows for a long-term investment return and provides excellent wildlife habitat. The CRP contract expires in September, 2029 and has an annual payment of $9,761,00.
The property is located just a quarter mile north of US Highway 83, 20 miles south of Perryton, Texas and 25 miles north of Canadian, Texas. Excellent location and opportunity make this tract stand out in this area. There is excellent perimeter fencing and fenced CRP.
Estimated Property Tax: $1,022.55
TRACT #2 – 328 + Acres
Legal Description: N/2 of Section 317, Blk 43, H&TC RR Co Survey, Ochiltree County, Texas containing 328 acres more or less.
This is a very good tract for investment and grazing. Located just a mile north of US 83, it is easily accessible by all weather roads. This tract is 22 miles south of Perryton, Texas and 23 miles north of Canadian, Texas.
There are 231.14 acres enrolled in the Conservation Reserve Program with a contract that expires in September, 2029 and an annual payment of $6,839.00. Perimeter fencing is in excellent condition and the CRP acres are fenced. There is a submersible well located in the south-central part of this tract. The opportunity to expand your existing ranching operation and the CRP income are just two reasons to add this tract to your portfolio.
Opportunity in the heart of the Hereford,Texas agriculture industry. With 1.5 miles of FM 2943 frontage, this farm lies just east of town, bordering Southwest Feedyard, the Hereford Municipal Airport, and the Lone Star Calf Ranch. There are five irrigation wells on the property of which four are Ogallala Aquifer wells and one is drilled into the Dockum Aquifer (Santa Rosa). Three phase electricity is present at every well location. Electricity and underground water lines have been run to three separate pivot points. Currently, the only pivot on the property is an older Gifford Hill in which is owned by the tenant. There is a 1,745 sq.ft. brick home in the center of the property that has been vacant for several years but appears to be structurally sound. A little time and money will have this irrigated farm back into production alongside an excellent location.
This Multi-Parcel Land Auction will take place on Thursday, September 12th at 2:00 pm at the Blaine County Fairgrounds / Foley Building, 807 N. Never, Watonga, Oklahoma 73772.
You can Pre-Register to bid at this auction by calling 800.299.LAND (5263). Registration on Auction Day will begin at 1:00 pm.
There are a total of 504 + acres of native grassland and CRP land that will be offered for sale in four individual surface tracts.
This property is approximately 10 miles north of Watonga, Oklahoma and just northwest of Roman Nose State Park. This is a nice recreational grassland place with some CRP income. This is a great opportunity to own just one tract, a combination of tracts, or the entire property.
Be sure to attend the Information Day on Friday, August 30th from 10:00 am until 2:00 pm. We will be available at the property to show it to you personally and answer any questions you might have about the property or the multi-parcel auction process.
We look forward to seeing you in Watonga on Auction Day!
Tract 1 – 78 + Acres
This tract consists of cropland and recreational pasture land. This diverse tract offers a great opportunity for both the agriculture producer, as well as an outdoor enthusiast.
There is a domestic water well that supplies water to an uninhabitable homestead and livestock waters.
Located on this tract are two additional water wells. The western most well currently supplies water to a neighbor to the north and will be deeded to that neighbor. The eastern most well will convey with the sale of Tract 3, as it supplies water for that tract.
LEGAL DESCRIPTION: S/2 of the SE/4 of Section 3-T17N-R12W, Blaine Co., OK.
Tract 2 – 75 + Acres
This tract of native grass and CRP land has a secluded feel and good hunting potential. There is good access on two sides, and a small draw running through the middle of the property. 28.8 acres are enrolled in the Conservation Reserve Program, with an annual payment of $1,112.83, and a contract that expires in 2020.
LEGAL DESCRIPTION: W/2 of the NW/4 of Section 2-T17N- R12W, Blaine Co., OK.
Tract 3 – 160 + Acres
This tract has good access, and includes a barn and other outbuildings. There is also a set of cattle pens on this property. With multiple draws and spring fed creeks, this tract provides outstanding opportunity for hunting.
24.23 acres are enrolled in the Conservation Reserve Program, with an annual payment of $936.25. The CRP contract will expire in 2020.
An uninhabitable house is located in the southern part of this tract. Water for this homestead is supplied by a water well on Tract 1. That well will convey to the Buyer of Tract 3.
LEGAL DESCRIPTION: SW/4 of Section 2-T17N-R12W, Blaine Co., OK.
Tract 4 – 190 + Acres
Access for this tract of native grass and CRP land will be provided by an easement through Tract 3.
This property has a good-sized pond on the east side, providing a great wildlife habitat. With good turf and deep draws, this property has everything you need in a recreational property.
36.8 acres are enrolled in the Conservation Reserve Program, with an annual payment of $1,340.00. The CRP Contract will expire in 2020.
LEGAL DESCRIPTION: NE/4, and the NW/4 of SE/4 of Section 2-T17N-R12W, Blaine Co., OK.