LOOKING for a ranch with lots of topography?? Shores Creek Ranch has plenty of topography from one end to the other. Shores creek runs north to south on the west side of the property which has water most of the time. This unique ranch moves from sloping to rolling then drops off into draws running along the creek that provides excellent cover for wildlife.
Wildlife can include whitetail deer, turkey, quail, dove, coyotes, hogs, bobcats, also other varmits. Quail have become more abundant over the last three years in the Childress area.
One nice pond along the dammed creek on the south side has been there for many years. The creek and pond serve as watering holes for the wildlife.
This ranch has 239 acres of CRP expiring in 2023, and the remainder of the property is in native range land. Refer to map.
For hunting, running a few cows or just a recreation hideaway come take a look.
Farm to Market road 2103 curves and splits the ranch.
Improvements for the ranch include the following:
A barn and pens are on the south side of the property. A box car is on the north side of the property.
Fences are good, both perimeter and cross fences. Fences are above average!
Two water wells that haven't been used for some time are present.
Electricity is on the property.
There is a power line that runs east and west along the south side of the property.
Childress Airport and Childress Regional Hospital are approximately ten miles away.
Asking price is $1500 an acre.
Location is: Go eight miles south of Childress, Texas on highway 83. Then go west on Farm to market road 2103 two miles to the curve. The property will be on both sides of the road. See map the for location.