If you are looking for a great house located centrally between Stratford campuses, this house is perfect! This 2012 square foot home has a brick exterior. It recently had the roof replaced. It has 3 nice sized bedrooms and two bathrooms. This home has the perfect family space with two living rooms. The kitchen is open to one family room and has a separate dining room. The laundry area is perfect for the busy family and located by the garage with a bonus hobby room. It has a double attached garage. The back yard is shaded and has a great screened in porch perfect for summer evenings. It has a nice sized storage shed and a wooden fence with three gates. Don’t miss out on this great family home in Stratford!
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 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.
Nice Commercial Building located at 21 Second Street, Clayton, New Mexico. This is a great location with good visibility. The Legal Description is Block 1151 Lot 16, Block 1151 Lot 18, Clayton Original Subdivision, Union County, NM. It was recently used to store buses and has been used in the past as a car dealership. This building has lots of space and nice large overhead doors, it would be great for a car mechanic, restoration business or someone looking for room to grow.
There will be a starting bid of $20,000 for this property and a 5% Buyer Premium. Please call our office at 800-299-5263 for a brochure or to pre-register to bid on this auction.
This auction will take place at the Clayton Civic Center, 124 N. Front Street in Clayton, NM 88415 on Tuesday, May 15th at 11:00 am MDT. Registration will begin at 10:00 am MDT or you may pre-register to bid by calling our office at 800-299-5263.
There will an Important Auction Information Meeting on Thursday, May 3rd at 11:00 am MDT at the Clayton City Hall, #1 Chestnut St. in Clayton, NM. Plan to attend this meeting for information about this property and our auction process.
Bidding begins at 8:00 am CST on Friday, December 8th
“Soft” close at 12:00 noon CST Thursday, December 14th
(Auction will close after 12:00 pm when we have a 5 minute interval with no new bid)
This online auction is for a 320 +/- acre tract south of Stratford, Texas in Sherman County. This tract consists of 26 +/- acres of grass in the northwest corner and 294 +/- acres of dryland farmland. This tract is well suited for dryland cotton, wheat, or grain sorghum. There is asphalt county road access on the south side of the tract via CR V.
This property is located east of US 287, approximately 14 miles southeast of Stratford. It is fenced on the south, west, and north sides. The grass tract is fenced off from the cultivated tract.
This farm is currently under a 1/3 Landlord, 2/3 Tenant Crop Share Farm Lease. There is a growing wheat crop. The Landlord Interest WILL CONVEY to the Buyer.
COME & GO INFORMATION MEETING, on Monday, November 20, 2017 from 8:00 am till 10:00 am at the Clift Land Brokers – Stratford Branch Office, 401 S. Poplar St., Stratford, Texas, 79084.
Be sure to attend this meeting to learn more about this property, the online auction process, and get assistance downloading our mobile Clift Land Auctions App.
ABSOLUTE AUCTION – NO RESERVE
ALL BIDDING IS ON A PER ACRE BASIS.
For more details on this auction, call our office at 800.299.LAND (5263).