This property is located in the eastern half of Hale County, being approximately 13 miles south of Plainview, Texas and approximately 13 miles east of Hale Center, Texas. Access to the property is good being half a mile east off of FM 400 with CR 215 running along the property's northern boundary.
This is a very nice smaller property containing 100 acres, more or less, of which 86.1 acres are currently enrolled in the Conservation Reserve Program. The annual payment for the property is $3,616, or $42 per acre, with the last payment being in September of 2020.
There are two old irrigation wells located along the western boundary and the northeast corner, as well as, an old windmill well located in the southern portion of the property. However, water potential of these wells is unknown at this time.
The property has a slightly sloping topography with a good stand of mixed grasses. The soil quality is good with the primary soils being a combination of Pullman clay loam, Estacado loam, Lofton clay loam, and Arch loam.
2016 Property Taxes
No percentage of mineral rights are to be conveyed with the sale of the property. Seller will convey one half royalty interest in the wind rights.
$85,000 or $850 per acre. For additional information, please contact Cooper Cogdell.
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