DEAHL RANCH MULTI-PARCEL AUCTION
Carson County, Texas
Tracts Ranging from
±29 Acres to ±1,116 Acres
Ranching, Recreation &
ONLINE-ONLY Multi-Parcel Auction
Bidding Opens Monday, August 9, 2021 at 10:00 a.m.
Soft Close of Bidding Begins Thursday, August 12, 2021 at 10:00 a.m.
Visit our online bidding portal at: superiorlandauction.com
Situated just south of the City of Fritch and within minutes of Lake Meredith National Recreation Area and the Alibates Flint Quarries National Monument, the Deahl Ranch Multi-Parcel Auction offers up recreational, ranching, and homesite opportunities less than 40 miles northeast of Amarillo, Texas.
This roughly 5,751-acre property will be offered without reserve in an online-only, multi-parcel auction. Offered in 18 tracts or tract combinations, ranging from ±29 acres up to ±1,116 acres, don’t miss this chance to own a piece of the Deahl Ranch.
Whether you’re looking to take advantage of all this native short grass country has to offer or looking for the perfect weekend getaway, this working ranch is worth a look. The flat to rolling terrain is laced with deep draws and canyons and is home to white tail and mule deer, antelope, quail, dove, turkey, and bobcats, and is well watered for livestock and wildlife, alike.
This property falls within the Panhandle Groundwater Conservation District, and six of the nine sections in this offering will convey with unencumbered water rights. Electricity can be found throughout this expansive property, and the sellers will convey 25% of their owned oil, gas & other mineral interests with the surface estate.
Bidding opens August 9, 2021. Bid on one tract, bid on a few, or bid on them all!
Phone and online bidding is available throughout the duration of the auction.
A 10% Buyer’s Premium Applies.
Charlie Sellers, TX Auctioneer License 17494.
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For a Complete Due Diligence Catalog or to schedule your private showing,
ONSITE INFORMATIONAL MEETINGS
Will be set up at NE corner of Tract 1 on Deahl Ranch Road
Saturday, July 24 - 10:00 A.M. - 12 NOON
Tuesday, July 27 - 5:30 P.M. - 8:00 P.M.
TRACTS 1, 2 & 3 COUNTRY HOMESITES RANGING FROM ±29-30 ACRES
If you're looking for the perfect country homesite just moments from TX Highway 136, Tracts 1 - 3 offer up a great opportunity. These tracts each combine 900-950 feet of well-maintained Deahl Road frontage with peaceful country views. These tracts range from roughly 1400 - 1450 feet deep.
Legal Description: Portion of N/2 Section 2, No Block H&GN
TRACTS 4, 5 & 6 COUNTRY HOMESITES RANGING FROM ±45-55 ACRES
Tracts 4 - 6 offer country homesite opportunities with a little more room to roam. Situated along the southern edge of Fritch's Arroyo Verde Estates, these tracts are accessible from the north from multiple public roads. Electricity is available along the southern boundary of each of these parcels.
Legal Description: Portion of N/2 Section 2, No Block H&GN
TRACT 7 ±399 ACRES
Tract 7 is an incredible grazing and country home opportunity accessible through the Arroyo Verde area. This parcel is fenced along its north and west, and existing electricity runs the length of the southern border.
The groundwater estate associated with Section 21 is owned by the City of Fritch, permitting the buyer of Tract 7 to utilize one domestic or stock well according to the terms of the Groundwater Contract. The buyer of this tract will be able to drill additional stock/domestic wells on Section 2 according to the regulations of the Panhandle Groundwater Conservation District.
Legal Description: N/2 Section 21, Block Y-2, AB&M and a Portion of the N/2 Section 2, No Block, H&GN
TRACT 8 ±1,116 ACRES
The largest tract in this exciting auction opportunity, Tract 8 is an incredible grazing parcel, featuring pipe working pens, existing stock water, abundant access to electricity, some cross fencing, and an existing homesite. With a stockpile of native grass and functioning stock water, this tract is ready to go.
The groundwater estate associated with Sections 21, 23, and 3 is owned by the City of Fritch. The buyer of Tract 8 will be permitted, per the terms of the Groundwater Contract, to operate one domestic or stock well on Section 21 and two domestic/stock wells on Section 23 and one domestic/stock well on Section 3. The buyer of this tract will be able to drill additional stock/domestic wells on Section 2 according to the regulations of the Panhandle Groundwater Conservation District.
There are 4 existing stock wells, two of which have not been used in recent years. Existing and future wells must comply with the terms of the Groundwater Contract with the City of Fritch.
Legal Description: S/2 Section 21, Block Y-2, AB&M; All of Section 23, Block Y-2, TTRY; Portion of W/2 Section 3, No Block, H&GN; Portion of SW/4 Section 2, No Block, H&GN
TRACT 9 ±238 ACRES
Tract 9 is bordered by Deahl Road along the east, and electricity is available at multiple points on the interior of this parcel, making it an outstanding homesite or grazing opportunity.
Legal Description: Portion of S/2 Section 2, No Block, H&GN
TRACT 10 ±235 ACRES
Another great homesite, recreational or grazing opportunity, Tract 10 is bordered by Deahl Road along the east and south. Electricity is available to this tract on its southwest corner, near the site of a City of Fritch water well.
The groundwater estate associated with Section 3 is owned by the City of Fritch. The buyer of Tract 10 will be permitted to operate one domestic/stock well on Section 3 per the terms of the separate agreement with the City of Fritch.
Legal Description: Portion of Section 3, No Block H&GN (North of Road)
TRACT 11 ±637 ACRES
Don't miss out on all that Tract 11 has to offer. With electricity onsite, a set of working pens, and stock water, this tract is ready to go for grazing. But it also offers up an everything one could want from a recreational place just outside of town. Whitetail and mule deer, quail and more can be found throughout the parcel's draws and brushy areas. Access is available along the west from Deahl Road.
The buyer of Tract 11 may be required at closing to sign an ingress/egress easement for the buyer of Tract 12 providing access along an existing caliche road.
Legal Description: All of Section 4, No Block, HG&N
TRACT 12 ±320 ACRES
Tract 12 is an incredible recreational opportunity on the eastern edge of this expansive ranch. Fenced along its north, south, and east, this parcel delivers dramatic ranch views and an abundance of wildlife.
If purchased as a stand-alone parcel, the Buyer of Tract 12 will be granted an ingress/egress easement to access the property from Deahl Road and across Tract 11 along an existing roadway.
Legal Description: W/2 Section 8, Block 3, AB&M North
TRACT 13 ±361 ACRES
Home to the highest point on the ranch, Antelope Peak, Tract 13 is a great grazing or homesite opportunity. The tract features some cross-fencing and direct access from Deahl Road.
The groundwater estate associated with Section 3 that makes up the northern portion of this tract is owned by the City of Fritch. Buyer will not be entitled to drill any stock/domestic wells on Section 3 but will own the full water estate associated with its portion of Section 4.
Legal Description: Portion of Section 3, No Block H&GN (South of Road); Portion of Section 4, Block 5, B&B (East of Road)
TRACT 14 ±564 ACRES
If you're looking for a grazing opportunity, be sure to look at Tract 14. With it's flat to rolling terrain and the existing windmill, stock tank, and pipe working pens, this tract is ready for stocking. The parcel is fenced along its eastern edge. And if you're looking for a bit more acreage, don't miss out on the opportunity to purchase Tract 14 in combination with the tracts along the north and south. Tract 14 is bordered along its entire western boundary by a well-maintained public road.
Legal Description: Portion of Section 4, Block 5, B&B (East of Road); Portion of Section 25, Block Y-2 GB&CNG (East of Road)
TRACT 15 ±601 ACRES
Tract 15 combines outstanding recreational opportunities with another great grazing opportunity, easily accessed from the north and south. One of the larger tracts in the offering, Tract 15 is home to a nearly 2.5-acre fishing pond that draws in the wildlife. Tract 15 is fenced along its western boundary, and electricity runs the length of the western boundary.
Legal Description: All of Section 4, Block 5, B&B (NW of Road); All of Section 25, Block Y-2 GB&CNG (NW of Road)
TRACT 16 ±210 ACRES
One of the smaller tract opportunities, Tract 16 is well -suited for a homesite or grazing pasture easily accessed from the south, just minutes from TX Highway 136. This parcel is bordered by public road on its east and fenced along the western boundary, which also features electricity lines running along the west.
Legal Description: All Section 5, Block 5, B&B (W of Road)
TRACT 17 ±547
Tract 17 is ideally suited for grazing but with its clearings and unobstructed views, this parcel is also well-equipped as a country homesite with room to roam. Public roadway forms the western boundary of this parcel.
Legal Description: N/2 Section 5, Block 5, B&B (E of Road); N/2 Section 3, Block 5, B&B
TRACT 18 ±276
The furthest south portion of this ranch, Tract 18 is ready to go with a stock tank and working windmill as well as an older well site with a previously used windmill tower. This parcel is fenced along its southern and eastern boundaries and has electricity currently dropped into the interior of the parcel. For a buyer coming from the south, this tract is just moments off of Highway 36.
Legal Description: S/2 Section 5, Block 5, B&B (E of Road)