Texas County, Oklahoma
$1,000 Per Acre
List Price: $310,000
This ±310 acres features a good quality fence, good water well and a 50 x 50 steel metal barn with concrete floor. The north quarter of the property is side oats and gramma grass. The south half is mainly improved grass and has a grove of trees. It has not been grazed in a couple of years.
Water: There is one submersible well on the property.
Hunting: There are unique hunting opportunities available in the area including an abundance of mule and white tail deer, pheasant, quail and turkey.
Improvements: There is perimeter fence, 50 x 50 steel barn with concrete floors and a submersible water well. A stock tank is also located on the property.
Landscape: The land is mostly flat and readily available for farming uses. The soils here within are listed with the accompanying percentages with total area of interest equal to 100%: Otero fin sandy loam (Ot) 45.39%; Otero-Vona complex (Ov) 25.17%; Dalhart fine sandy loam (DaB) 23.37%; Conlen clay loam (MaC) 6.07%.
Zoning/Easements: The property is outside of any municipality so is not zoned. It is anticipated all existing easements will be identified by surveyors.
Minerals: No mineral rights will convey.
Estimated 2017 Base Taxes:* $380
Water Conservation District: The land is located in the High Plains Underground Water Conservation District.
Area: The ranch is located in the southeast quadrant of Texas County, Oklahoma.
Access: Property can be accessed from CR FF.
Directions: From Perryton, Texas travel North on HWY 83 for 7 and a half miles. Turn West on Hollow E 33, continue for 8 miles. Turn North on Hollow N 1150 and continue for a half mile, turn West on CR FF for a quarter mile and then you will arrive on the North East corner of the property.