3,702.8 Acres | Mitchell County | $5,123,930.00
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Lee, Lee & Puckitt is very pleased to offer this West Texas livestock and wildlife ranch which has been in the same pioneering family since the 1890’s. W.L. Foster purchased this ranch in order to ship his cattle to Ft. Worth by the railroad. This property is part of the original 15 ½ sections purchased by Mr. Foster.
Approximately 3 miles south of Westbrook, Texas which is located west of Colorado City, on FM 670 then west on County Road 262, then north on County Road 270 or one can go south on County Road 270 off of I-20. There is approximately 2.5 miles of caliche road frontage. This ranch lies about .75 miles south of I-20.
3,702.8 acres more or less, all located in Mitchell County, Texas. 480.0 acres, more or less, of TXP lease land.
Gently rolling pastureland with the primary brush cover being juniper and mesquite with native grasses. This pastureland has plenty of good oilfield roads with several pad locations and some Oil and Gas pipelines. There is also approximately 362 acres of good, cultivated farmland. Fences are in fair to good condition. Very good set of pipe corrals!
There is a CRMWD waterline that traverses the ranch, however, is not used currently. Approximately 10 surface earthen reservoirs are used for cattle and wildlife.
Blue and Bob White quail hunting, turkey, and both whitetail and mule deer.
This ranch is being sold surface only.
This ranchland/grass has been well taken care of over the last century by the same family. Lots of county road frontage and near I-20 for convenience.
Priced at $1,225 per acre including farmland.
The information contained herein is compiled from resources believed to be accurate. No warranties on the state of ownership of real or any personal property nor any representation as to its accuracy are made by Lee, Lee and Puckitt Associates, Inc., and/or its agents/brokers.
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