Land / Lot Information
|Address:||Hardeman County, Texas|
|Price per Acre:||$1,250|
Seasonal Creeks (2)
This 276.91 +/- acres is surrounded by miles of brushy grazing land and large acreage holdings in Hardeman County, TX! It has been in the same family since the 1930s and is being offered for the first time on the market.
The Turner Ranch is approximately two miles east of the Quanah Country Club on Hyson Wells Rd. It joins the 3,400 acre Holcomb Ranch on both its west and south sides and a 460 acre ranch on its east side, with a 1,500 acre ranch across the road to the north. Many other 640+ acre ranches are in within the immediate area as well.
The town of Quanah (2,641 pop.) is five minutes away. DFW, Amarillo or Lubbock are all within a 3 hrs drive.
The property has a nice roll to it, with some 90 ft of elevation change. Two seasonal creek draws run across the land, creating great places to build large water tanks. Right now the ranch has one pond, which needs to be dug out to hold water better. Several smaller washes run water to the two main draws, creating additional topography changes and places to build tanks.
Tree cover consists of mature mesquites, with hackberries along the creeks and washes. It is very thick cover, but not so thick you can’t walk through the land if you want to. Soil maps show a couple of areas that might be ok for installing food plots. The land has always been in native pasture and used for grazing and hunting.
With its brush cover and large neighbors, you can grow some nice bucks. Game camera pictures from 2020 show good doe numbers and several nice bucks. The property has been under tenant management for years, who has been running several spin feeders across it to establish staging areas. Any deer blinds or feeders in the pictures will be retained by the tenant. Feral hogs and predators can also be hunted. The current hunting lease expires 3/31/2021.
The property is suitable for running cattle and is currently being leased by a local rancher, who also leases the 460 acres to the east. The lease expires 10/31/2021 but can be terminated at closing if a new buyer did not want to continue leasing it.
The seller will keep any owned mineral rights at closing. No oil or gas production is on the property, but a well was in the middle of the land years ago. The site is clean, and no equipment or trash was left behind by the oil company.
The ranch has a water well with a submersible pump in its northwest corner near the road. Water is approximately 100 ft deep in this area. Three sides are fenced, with the west and south sides being almost brand new. The adjoining landowner on the east will split the cost of a new fence to separate the two places, if you wanted to complete the perimeter fencing; the estimated cost of this fence is around $20,000, so the buyer should prepare for $10K expense on their part. The seller and the adjoining owner share the same grazing and hunting tenants, so a division fence between them has not been needed in the past.
Electricity is available down Hyson Wells Rd., and also through the middle of the ranch to a high point that would be a great place to put a cabin.
$1,250/acre | $346,250 total (new survey plat available)
For more information or to see this ranch in person, contact agent Benjamin Belew at cell phone (940) 357-9940.
SOLD: FEBRUARY 2021
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