Location. A very productive farming and ranching property, it is located about 15 minutes south of Coleman in Coleman County. At the intersection of 2 county roads, it has road frontage on 2 sides.
Terrain. The terrain is generally level, with 103 acres in improved field land and 60 acres of native pasture land. Typically planted in oats or corn, the fields produce lush green crops that are an attractant for deer and other wildlife.
Improvements. The perimeter is fenced mostly in barb wire up to 6 strands and is in very good condition. Interior fencing is also in good condition. There is also a set of iron pipe cattle pens with most gates hung in a 3 hinge very sturdy fashion. Adjacent to the cattle pens is a lot for holding hay bales.
Water. Four stock tanks hold water nicely, and two appears to be spring fed. There is a creek that connects three of the tanks and exits along the northern perimeter of the property.
Wildlife. The property hosts quail, whitetail deer, waterfowl, and very good dove hunting some years.
Minerals. Not many places in mineral producing areas offer minerals included, but this one does. A significant portion of mineral rights will be included at an acceptable price.
Price. $1700 an acre.
Comments. The next owner can enjoy hunting, fishing, livestock, and potential oil or gas income. Why not check this one out ?