207 acres, Callahan Co ., Excellent combination Cattle /recreation place, 3 irrigation wells, improved grasses include Kline, Love, Coastal, and World Feeder Bermuda for those horses needing extra protein. 50 acres heavy cover. Cross-fenced, good production, wheat fields, Easy access on Hwy 880. Private all weather deeded lane to property provides seclusion, privacy, and security. Quality built mobile home ready to move in. This is a nice place, turn-key, well managed. Seasonal creek in back with very heavy cover provides hunting to make this a good recreational property as well. Plant the wheat and watch them come out to feed! Channel Cat stocked tank centered between two wheat fields at the edge of the cover. Cover includes Live Oak, Red Oak, Native Oak, Wild Plum, Pecan, Cedar, Mesquite, along with Peach and Plum for your pantry. Plenty of deer tracks. Quail have come to the house to feed. Two ponds. Minerals convey, $3000/ac. You need to see this one. Brokers welcome. Easy to show. Debra Davenel-Mitchell, Broker 254-485-2040 [email_address] NOTE: The information contained herein is provided as general information only and has been obtained from sources deemed reliable. It is provided without any guaranty, warranty or representation, expressed or implied, made by Promise Land Real Estate, or any related entity, as to the accuracy or completeness of the information. The information is presented subject to errors, omissions, change of price or conditions, prior sale or withdrawal without notice. Prospective purchasers should make their own investigations, projections and conclusions concerning the information.
Acres: 207 acres County: Callahan County Category: Cattle/Ag/Recreation Terrain: Flat to gently rolling with seasonal creek. Improvements: Quality constructed, well maintained single wide, RV shed. Four water wells (3 irrigation). Cross-fenced in blocks, stock tank with Channel Cat (see pics!), small stock tank, water well piped to trough. Trees/Cover: 50 acres heavy cover, Live Oak, Red Oak, Native Oak, Mesquite, Cedar, Wild Plum, Pecan, Peach, Plum. Thick underbrush. Surface Water : Two stock tanks, seasonal creek. Soils / Grasses: Sandy to sandy loam. Some creek bottom black soil. Coastal, Kline, World Feeder Bermuda, Love and native grasses. Wildlife: Deer tracks are plentiful, dove, turkey, quail have come to the house to feed. Cattle: 18 pair, normal year Fencing: New to fair with some in need of replacement (holds cattle) Easements: Two neighbors have easements to use the deeded lane to access their property (no access to main property). The lane is deeded with the 207acres. See survey and topo map. Utilities: Taylor Electric Co-op. Windstream (phone). West Texas Gas Company (Propane). Surfaces Leases: None Minerals : Believed to own 50%, possibly 75%. Seller to reserve portion of royalties. History: Stock farm, original use was crop cotton. Peanuts, cattle feed hay, then to Coastal, Kline, Love. After overgrazing and dry weather, some improved grasses were diminished. Current management includes improved terraces, waterways, and re-establishment of grasses, removal of mesquite, and establishment of fertile soils. School District: Cross Plains ISD Taxes: to be determined, ag valuation in place. Location: 11 miles south of Putnam, by Cottonwood, off Hwy 880 Road Frontage/Access: Deeded lane to property. (Private road accessed by two neighbors. Income: Current owner’s income is from cattle sales. Price: $621,000 Comments: Easy to show. Owner occupied. Call for showing. Make appointment before driving down the private road. Contact: Debra Davenel-Mitchell, 254-485-2040, promiselandtexas @ gmail .com