$128,000 | 160.00 ACRES | SOLD
We are proud to have obtained an exclusive listing on 160 acres, more or less, located in the southeast-quadrant of Terry County, being approximately 3 miles north and 7 miles west of Welch.
The Southeast-quarter (SE/4) of Section 10, Block C-37, Terry County, Texas.
According to the Terry County Farm Service Agency, 157.5 acres are currently enrolled in the Conservation Reserve Program paying $5,513 ($35/ac.) annually, with the last payment being in September of 2022. The terrain of this property varies from nearly level to gently sloping. Sulphur Springs Draw runs through the center of this property, entering the northwest corner and exiting the southeast corner. This entire property slopes gently to this draw. This entire property is currently in a good stand of improved grasses.
To the best of our knowledge, there are no irrigation wells developed on this tract; however, there is irrigated farmland adjoining the Freels Farm to the northwest, north, east and southeast.
No minerals are being offered; however, 100% of the wind rights will be conveyed.
The Freels Farm is an income producing property located in area with good irrigation water. This tract also has the added benefit of mule deer and wild hog hunting. If you are in the market for land in the southeast-quadrant of Terry County, this offering could certainly be what you are looking for.