Hall County, Texas
LOCATION: Clarendon, TX – go south on Hwy 70 to Brice, then west on Hwy 256 for one mile to County Road 3. As you leave the pavement and turn north, the Property is on the west side of the road. County Road D runs along the north side of the property.
LEGAL DESCRIPTION: All of Section 120 and a portion of Section 97, Texas and Pacific Railway Co. Survey, Hall County, TX. Complete legal description is on file.
TOTAL: 990.6 +/-
IRRIGATED FARMLAND: 295 +/-
DRY FARMLAND: 150.1 +/-
GRASSLAND: 545 +/-
TOPOGRAPHY: Rolling grassland with mild canyons, farmland lays good to rolling.
IMPROVEMENTS: 3 bedroom, 1 bath stucco house in poor condition. Steel corrals. Barbed wire fencing and cross fencing in very good condition.
WATER: Brice-Lesley water tap believed to be available. 2 windmills and 1 solar well for livestock water. 5 irrigation wells (1 needs repair).
NATURAL GAS: Yes
PERSONAL PROPERTY: The farming tenant owns all of the irrigation motors and the north pivot. The other irrigation equipment and the two southern pivots belong to the Seller and will be included with this sale.
TAXES: $5,499.49 paid for 2018 w/ag exemption
SCHOOL DISTRICT: Memphis-Lakeview ISD
MINERALS: Seller will not make any mineral reservations. It is unknown if Seller owns any of the minerals.
POSSESSION: Possession of the grassland can be upon closing, and possession of the farm land will be subject to the farming lease. The entire property is subject to a deer hunting lease for the 19/20 season.
PRICE: $1,750/acre ($1,732,500)
OTHER DATA: This is a very productive as well as great recreational property. Abundant habitat for both whitetail and mule deer. Mulberry Creek runs along the southern edge of the property. More detailed information about the irrigation wells and pivots is available upon request.
The information contained herein was obtained from reliable sources; however, it is not guaranteed and
is subject to prior sale or withdrawal.
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