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Motley County* 220+/- Acres* Joins North Pease River*County Road Access*Shelter Belt*Electricity Near*Fences*Good Cover*Excellent Hunting
*CRP Income




Legal Description: 186+/- Acres out of Survey 21, T & P RR Co, Abstract 166, Motley County Texas, and 34+/- Acres out of Survey 27, T & P RR Co, Abstract 169, Motley County Texas, all total containing 220 acres more or less, all situated in Motley County Texas.

Location: Approximately 14 miles north of Matador Texas (same being 13.5 miles south of Turkey Texas) on Highway 70 to County Road 232, then east on County Road 232 to County Road 238 (dead end) then turn left on CR 238 for 6/10 mile, then 1 mile east on CR 238 to property. (Approximately 7 miles east of Highway 70)

Description: This small ranch is one of my favorites for hunting, scenery, and privacy. It is somewhat isolated with large ranches to the south, north, and east. The property is at the end and east of the end of the county road. There is not much traffic at this point. The land is approximately 1640’ from west to east, and 6765’ from south to north. This ranch is south of and joins the North Fork Pease River. Approximately 124 acres on the north side is native grass, ravines, and heavily covered for excellent hunting. The south 96.70 acres are enrolled in the USDA CRP program through 9/30/2022. The annual payment is $2,998.00 for the CRP program. A nice shelterbelt is located on the SW side and runs parallel with the CRP grass. I witnessed several coveys of quail, many different species of birds, hog wallows, and deer tracks while visiting the first time. Electricity is very near and shouldn’t cost too much for service. A cross fence separates the native acres on the north from the CRP acres on the south for grazing purposes.  Once you get to this fence, traveling becomes harder and rougher down to the river. Lots of cedar and mesquite trees provide ample cover. The CRP acres also have the shelterbelt, and other trees to provide some cover on the south portion. All in all, a wonderful small hunting/grazing ranch that would provide many years of use and enjoyment.

Price: $260,000.00


Mineral and Wind Rights: There are no Seller reservations. All owned mineral interests and all wind rights convey to Buyer.
Taxes: (2016 base amount) $462.12