Ask Clay McCullar
This 266-acre farm in Haskell County, Texas is a prime
opportunity for agricultural and recreational use. The property features 2
miles of Rice Spring Branch running through it, providing a natural water source
for livestock and wildlife. The soils consist of Abilene Clay Loam and Wichita
Clay Loam, with 137.69 acres having been in cultivation and the remaining 130
acres in native pasture. This diverse land offers the potential for growing
crops and raising livestock, as well as hunting and fishing opportunities. The
property is completely fenced with fences being in fair condition, and there is
some cross fencing that needs work. With over a half-mile of frontage on Jim
Strain Road on the East side, and the entrance to the property off Jim Strain
Road, this farm has easy access and great visibility. With a mix of cultivated
and native pasture, this farm has endless potential for any buyer.
There is road material on the property that is owned by the
county, and it is used by the county as needed. Ask broker for more details.
Location: Just South of Haskell, TX. Between Highway 277 and
Jim Strain Rd.
Acreage: 137 acres has been in cultivation and 130 acres are
in Native Pasture.
Topography: Gently rolling with the highest elevation at Jim
Strain Rd. of 1,560 feet with the lower elevation of 1,535 by the creek.
Rainfall/Elevation: Haskell County average annual
precipitation is 24.93 inches. The elevation is 1,585 feet.
Cover: Mesquite and other native brush and Forbes in the
Native pasture with several mature Elm trees along the banks of Rice Spring
Fences: Property is fenced for cattle and is 5 strand barbed
wire in Fair condition. Interior cross
fences need repair.
Utilities: Buyer and buyer's agent are responsible for
confirming all utilities
Water: Rice Springs Branch is full of water and carries the
affluent water from the Haskell Treatment plant all the way to Stamford
Lake. There are two other stock tanks,
one in the north side that is approximately 2 Acres in size when it is
full. Another smaller stock tank in a
pasture just off the Southeast corner of the pens that currently has water in
it and is approximately a quarter of an acre when full.
Hunting: Hunting and fishing along Rice Spring Branch should
be excellent for Whitetail Deer, Dove, Hogs, Ducks, and Varmints.
is a nice set of pipe and Guard rail cattle working pens in the middle of the
property, There is a pole barn that is 25ft x 75ft.
Minerals: Contact Listing Broker
Price: The Property is priced at $2,800 per acre or
$747,432.00 based on the property being 266.94 acres
The information contained herein is believed to be true and
correct. However, McCullar Properties Group LLC. does not give any warranty for
its accuracy. It is the buyer or buyer's agent responsibility to verify all
information. Please be advised that McCullar Properties Group LLC represents
the seller in this transaction.
Buyer's agent must be identified on first contact & must
accompany buying prospect on all showings to be allowed full participation. If
this condition is not met, fee participation will be at the sole discretion of
McCullar Properties Group LLC. No trespassing. Seller's agent must be present
Contact Clay McCullar 325-665-4037