Set around the Shamrock Municipal Airport, the property features rolling topography and good brush cover conducive to wildlife in the area that include deer, quail, turkey and dove. Ideally located, the land sets back about 1,000 feet from I-40 allowing for easy access, yet retains a sense of seclusion. There is also good grass cover ideal for grazing. The property is fenced entirely around the perimeter and has some cross fencing dividing the east and west pastures. A good well located centrally pumps water to two ponds and a large stock tank. The ponds could be dug out further and stocked for nice fishing holes.
Water: There is one well located near the center of the property and water is piped to two ponds and one 35' stock tank. The ponds are located on either end of the property while the stock tank lies along the fence line between the east and west pastures.
Hunting: Brush cover and natural water supplies create the perfect environment to support various wildlife species including deer, quail, turkey and dove. The property has not been hunted in the past several years.
History: The property has been leased out for grazing to the same tenant for many years, but not hunted.
Improvements: The perimeter of the property is fenced and there is a dividing fence line between the east and west pastures. There is a good water well pumping plenty of water to two ponds and a large stock tank.
Minerals: All owned mineral rights will be reserved.
Landscape: The land has some natural contours to the ground and is brushier on the north half of the property. The soils here within can be are listed with the accompanying percentages with total area of interest equaling 100%: Devol loamy fine sand, 3 to 8 percent slopes (DID) 39.5%; Grandfield loamy fine sand, 3 to 8 percent slopes (GdD) 2.2%; Delwin fine sand, 0 to 3 percent slopes (DeB) 0.1%; Grandfield loamy fine sand, 0 to 3 percent slopes (GdB) 7.7%; Devol soils, undulating, severly eroded (DmC3) 27.7%; Devol loamy sand, 0 to 3 percent slopes MLRA 17C (DIB) 18.7%; Obaro and Quinlan soils, rolling (OuD) 4.1%.
Exclusions: There are no known exclusions at this time.
Zoning/Easements: The property is outside of any municipality so is not zoned. There are no known easements that would affect operation of the ranch. It is anticipated all existing easements will be identified by surveyors.
Estimated Taxes w/ Ag Exemption:* $348.05
Water Conservation District: The property lies within the Panhandle Groundwater Conservation District.
Area: This property is located in southeastern Wheeler County.
Access: The property can be accessed by County Road 19, which runs along the western border.
From Shamrock, head east on the north I-40 access road for 2 miles. Turn north on County Road 19 0.8 miles to the entrance on the west side of the property.