Location: This property is located in northwest Hall County near the Briscoe County line. It lies about 16 miles south of Clarendon, Texas, and about 23 miles west of Memphis, Texas. Amarillo, Texas, is just over an hour drive to the northwest from the property and Lubbock, Texas, is about 2 hours southwest.
Acres: +/- 315.2
Description: Nearly 1/2 section of great dryland farming in potentially good water area. Ground is mostly flat and readily available for agricultural uses. Property has a small farm house and a detached garage, centrally located on the farm with access to HWY 70. It is currently planted in cotton.
Water: Two test wells have been recently drilled promising good water.
Hunting: Hall County is known for its prime hunting. This property is surrounded by large ranches and some major creeks run nearby providing the opportunity for wildlife to flourish in the area including deer, quail, pheasant, and much more.
History: Over the years, the land has been farmed and cultivated. Currently, there is cotton planted.
Improvements: There is an older farmhouse and two other storage buildings that still stand on the property. Electricity is also ran to the house allowing for further improvement of the property.
Minerals: The percentage of mineral rights currently owned by the seller are unknown.
Landscape: The topography is mostly flat and readily available for cultivation and agricultural usage. The soils here within are listed with accompanying percentages for area of interest totaling 100%: Hardeman fine sandy loam (EfA) 39%; Texroy loam (TpA) 36.8%; Texroy loam (TpB) 16.2%; Hardeman fine sandy loam (EfB) 4.4%; Weymouth loam (WeB) 3.6%.
Zoning/Easements: The land is outside any municipality and not zoned. There are no known easements that adversely affect operation of the land. It is anticipated that all existing easements will be identified by surveys performed in connection with the sale process.
Estimated Taxes:* $1,346.24
Water Conservation District: Patrick Place lies within the Mesquite Groundwater Conservation District.
Area: This property is located in northwest Hall County, Texas south of Clarendon, Texas. It lies on HWY 70 and about 2 miles north of HWY 256.
Access: The property can be easily accessed from HWY 70 that runs about a mile along the western edge of the farm.
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From Clarendon, Texas, go south on HWY 70 about 15.5 miles to property. Farm lies on the east side of the highway.