Land / Lot Information
|Address:||Cottle County, Texas|
|Price per Acre:||$1,375|
Nice hunting property in NE Cottle County, halfway between Quanah and Paducah and just six miles south of Hwy 287 at Kirkland. This property has road frontage on three of its four sides, including the paved FM 1033 on its east side. Electricity and a water well are already in place too.
The land has a nice roll to it, with 30 ft. of elevation change. Old CRP acreage on the north and south sides with re-emerging mesquite trees provide good bedding areas and the potential for food plots. One location on the south side in particular is suited for a 5+ acre wildlife plot. A 40 acre stretch of thick native brush and trees cuts across the land, with tall mesquites and junipers. An elevated ledge on the west side overlooks this draw and the north and south pastures, making a perfect place for a tower blind. This property has not been hunted in years and is prime to be developed. You will have both whitetail and mule deer here, plus wild pigs.
It does not have a water tank, but a seasonal creek wash on the north side provides the runoff needed to build one. This would position this pond in the middle of the north pasture, attracting wildlife and allowing for Fall dove hunting.
The land joins a 1,200 acre farm on its south side and is just a half mile from the 39,000 acre Buckle L Ranch. Other neighbors are 320 and 160 acres in size. The perimeter fence is in fair to good condition. No minerals are available with this purchase; there is no active oil & gas production on the land. It is ag exempt for taxes and in the Childress ISD.
LIST PRICE: $1,375/acre | $217,250 total
For more information or to see this land in person, contact agent Steven Beck at cell phone (806) 778-1597.
SOLD: APRIL 2021
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