Dumas, TX Farm, Development Land,
Pasture, & Homesite Multi-Parcel Auction
Tuesday, June 26, 2018
6:00 p.m. at the Dumas Noon Lions Club Building
524 South Porter Avenue, Dumas, Texas
Check back often for the
Contact us today to discuss our
PRE-BIDDING BUYER INCENTIVES!
The possibilities are endless on this roughly 1,003 acre property situated on the western side of Dumas, Texas. Whether you're looking for the perfect country homesite just outside of town, to expand your farming operation or to pick up some additional native-grass pasture, or searching for a great investment, don't miss this exciting multi-parcel auction opportunity in Moore County, Texas. This property will be offered in 18 tracts, ranging in size from roughly 5.4± Acres - 196.9± Acres.
If you're looking for convenience, this property's access to U.S. Highway 87 will have you in Dumas, Texas in moments and makes for a quick commute to a number of northern Panhandle communities. And with the outward development of the City of Dumas, this property offers development opportunities for the savvy investor. Much of the property is currently a dryland farm, but a number of test wells throughout the property have shown good potential for irrigated farming. This property is part of the North Plains Groundwater Conservation District
Come bid on one tract, bid on a few, or bid on them all!
10% Buyer's Premium Property Offered With Reserve
Charlie Sellers, TX Auctioneer License 17494
On-Site Informational Meetings & Property Tours
Just west of the City of Dumas, on the north side of U.S. Highway 87.
Join us on-site to get all of your auction questions answered, get the latest property and auction details and tour all parts of the property.
Thursday, May 31, 2018
10:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Tuesday, June 12, 2018
3:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Call us at 806-324-7949 to
schedule your private showing.
TRACT 1 - 10.17± Acres
PRIME DEVELOPMENT POTENTIAL
With roughly 450 feet of U.S. Highway 87 West frontage, this property is an incredible development opportunity on the western edge of the city of Dumas. The tract is currently in native grass, making it a blank slate for any buyer. And with the potential outward development of Dumas, this parcel is a great investment opportunity.
TRACT 2 - 196.9± Acres Dryland Farm
The largest single parcel of the offering, Tract 2 is currently a dryland farm, but the property offers the potential for irrigation. Bordered on its entire eastern boundary by the railroad tracks and accessible from both Wynn Street and McPherson Avenue.
TRACT 3 - 40.56± Acres Native Grassland
Nativegrass pasture and U.S. Highway 87 Frontage combine in Tract 3 to make this parcel an incredible opportunity for someone looking to build a country home or get their hands on prime development land. This tract includes boundary fencing along its northern and eastern edges. If you're looking at Tract 1 or Tract 4, don't overlook this parcel.
TRACT 4 - 5.44± Acres with Barns & Home
Tract 4 is a great opportunity for someone looking for a place to keep a few cattle or horses just outside of town. Tract 4 includes a 3,200 square ft. machine shop or storage barn, 4 shaded lean-to sheds that open to the south, a large livestock barn open on the south with two wooden horse stalls, pipe pens and a processing area, a 768 square foot home built in 1955, and a one room Morgan building with finished interior and a bathroom, perfect for an office or even an apartment.
This parcel is on city water and has electricity availability throughout the property. It is accessible from the U.S. Highway 87 West service road.
Don't let this unique opportunity to buy a turn-key livestock operation that's just moments from town pass you by!
TRACT 5 - 171.83± Acres Dryland Farm
TRACT 6 - 102.66± Acres Dryland Farm
TRACT 7 - 104.18± Acres Dryland Farm
TRACT 8 - 66.80± Acres Dryland Farm
These dryland farm parcels are a great chance to pickup some additional farmland with easy access from either U.S. Highway 87 West on Burnett Road or from U.S. Highway 287 North via the well-maintained County Road L.
The site of a number of test wells, these parcels offer great irrigation potential. Ranging in size from nearly 67 Acres to just under 172 Acres, bid on one of these parcels or put them together in a combination on auction day to purchase over 445 Acres of farmland with irrigation potential.
TRACT 9 - 16.65± Native Grassland
TRACT 10 - 34.58± Native Grassland
TRACT 11 - 16.59± Native Grassland
TRACT 12 - 78.63± Native Grassland
For wide open spaces and Texas Panhandle sunsets, these tracts would be ideal for a buyer looking for the perfect country property. Currently native grass pasture, these parcels have electrical lines running along their western edge and are accessible from Burnett Road or County Road L.
TRACT 13 - 59.44± Acres Dryland Farm
TRACT 14 - 54.59± Acres Dryland Farm
Tracts 13 and 14 are currently planted in dryland wheat, but the possibilities for these parcels are endless. Beyond farming with irrigation potential, these tracts are perfectly suited to become beautiful ranch-ettes.
Electricity runs along their western boundary, and with frontage along well-maintained Burnett Road, you can be on U.S. Highway 87 in moments.
TRACT 15 - 16.59± Acres
TRACT 16 - 10.39± Acres
TRACT 17 - 9.36± Acres
TRACT 18 - 9.17± Acres
If wide-open spaces and stunning Panhandle sunsets are calling your name, these tracts are ideally suited for beautiful country homesites ranging in size from just over 9 Acres to nearly 17 Acres.
The parcels will transfer to new owners with Mandatory Deed Restrictions.