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40 +/- Acres in Floyd Co.

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This Flat 40 +/-  acres is enrolled in the USDA CRP program until 2022 and has a yearly payment of $1,595.00. This is a good flat property with two county roads for access and electricity. Great opportunity to add to your land holdings.

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Floyd Co. TX CRP Land

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This flat property Is located in North East Floyd county and is a great opportunity to have income with little management. It has a a CRP payment of $6,275 yearly and expires in 2021.

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Ochiltree Co. Homestead

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This is an excellent fixer upper for the small cattle enthusiast. This 20 + acre property has a small residence, two large barns, all equipment with electricity, and propane source gas. There are steel cattle pens located on the property as well as many outbuildings and storage areas. All improvements are in need of some repair.

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Gary Wilson Estate Auction Washburn TX

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Open House On Site – Sunday, March 31, 2019 2pm – 4pm
Open House On Site – Sunday, April 7, 2019 2pm – 4pm

This real estate auction will take place at 12:00 noon on Saturday, April 13th at 313 Holhouser St. Claude, TX 79019 (this is in Washburn).

Washburn is an unincorporated community in Armstrong County, Texas. It is located along US Highway 287, approximately 7 miles east of the Fort Worth/287 South/Exit 78 exit in east Amarillo, TX. This location offers an easy commute to Amarillo, Pantex, and Bell Helicopter.

This property will be offered by Five Star Auctioneers (TX Auctioneer License #10006) and Clift Land Brokers in two individual tracts.

Tract #1 – 313 Holhouser St., Claude,TX 79019 (Washburn)  

This property is a nice two-bedroom, two-bath, west facing home sitting on seven lots in Washburn, Texas. The exterior is stucco and siding, with a metal roof, and an attached two-car garage. There are approximately 2,128 sq. ft. (according to Armstrong CAD) on the main floor, plus an approximately 600 sq. ft. basement. The pool table in the basement will convey. The home has two living areas…one with a wood burning stove, and a nice eat-in kitchen with lots of cabinets, a side-by-side refrigerator, dishwasher, and gas range. The home has central heating and air conditioning.

Outbuildings include an approximately 1,500 sq. ft. steel construction workshop with a concrete floor, two overhead doors, and a wood burning stove. There are also two van box containers, and an RV awning. There are six apple trees planted north of the shop. Washburn Community Water Supply Corporation requires a $100.00 transfer fee for the meter transfer to the new owner.
Estimated Property Taxes – $498.24

Tract #2 – 10 + Acres of Grassland

This tract consists of 10 + acres of grassland at the northwest corner of the Bravo Road / CR 5 intersection in Armstrong County, TX. It is approximately 2.5 miles from Tract #1. There is a livestock loafing shed, two storage containers, barn, pens, and a livestock watering well. Natural gas and electricity are available on this tract. There is perimeter fencing with some cross fencing, all in fair condition. With access along County Road 5, this tract would make a great school farm site or home building site.
Estimated Property Taxes – $98.48

IMPORTANT AUCTION DOCUMENTS

Auction Terms and Conditions

SAMPLE Purchase Agreement and Legal Descriptions

Maps

Seller Disclosures – Tract 1

Property Tax Information – Tract 1

Property Tax Information – Tract 2

Auction Brochure

Preliminary Title Commitment – Tract 1

Preliminary Title Commitment – Tract 2

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Diverse Tract near Higgins TX

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This Property has 522 + acres Of Texas and Oklahoma land which  includes 31 + acres of CRP that expires in 2026 and has a total payment of $682 per year. It also has 106 + acres in cultivation and 385.28 + acres of grassland. The property has good cover for wildlife along a seasonal creek and good water wells.

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Rolling Farm & Grassland

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This property is a rolling farm and grass tract with 388 + acres of grass and 277 + acres of farm ground planted in wheat. This farm is split by county road N1690 with some land in Hemphill County Texas and some land in Ellis County Oklahoma. Each tract has a water well and is cross fenced, allowing you to diversify the land to best suit your needs.

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Follett TX Grass Tract

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This 213.69+/- acre tract lies within 1.5 miles of Follett,Texas and has county road access on two sides. Livestock water is provided by one submersible well which is on a pressure system. The house in the SE corner is excluded, but the 1,800 sq.ft. shop which is in good condition, will convey with the sale. Perimeter fencing varies from excellent to non existing. There is no fence on the west side as the balance of the half section (106.84+/- acres) is leased by the same tenant and being grazed along with the subject property. The majority of the turf on the property is expired CRP, but there is a 77 +/- acre strip of native grass which is cross fenced into a separate pasture. The farm does carry Base Acres with FSA, but is not currently enrolled in ARC/PLC. A fractional portion of the minerals can be negotiated within a sale.

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Absolute Commercial Building Auction

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Absolute Auction

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.

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Hall County Ranch

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This section of land has several draws that run down to the North Baylor Creek. This makes for multiple prime hunting locations and gives the ranch a larger feel and creates good cover for wildlife. The creek has several holes that are holding water even in this dry spell we are having. A domestic well provides water to four tubs in different pastures on the ranch. Three fields on the north side of the ranch are expired CRP grass and the rest is native. Call agent for a showing, as the ranch is leased at this time.

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Ochiltree County Farm

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This Ochiltree County property offers everything the farm and cattleman requires to raise quality crops, as well as graze, receive and ship livestock, with a home on the property. There are opportunities for future development to increase productivity. Located just 6.5 miles Southeast of Perryton on asphalt roadways, it is easily accessible to and from the community resources.

The farm consists of a total of 640 acres +/- acres; with the majority 505 +/- acres of relatively flat excellent quality farmland with potential for development of irrigation. This farmland sits an average static water level of ~200 foot and approximately 150 foot of saturated water thickness exists below*.  This farmland has been rotationally operated with wheat and Milo and used to graze wheat pasture cattle.  The owner is motivated to allow for the evaluation of water quantity on the property.

In addition, the tract has a residence, garage, livestock barns, grain bins, storage buildings, and corrals, located on 135 +/- acres of grassland in the northwestern portion of the section. This native grassland has an excellent perimeter fencing with cattle guard entering the property allowing grazing of cattle nearby the home. The steel pens are in excellent condition and allow ease of receiving, caring and loading of livestock.