Tucker Ranch
Paducah, TX 79248


322 acres, more or less, of prime hunting land, with easy access, extreme topography, and beautiful views. Although the property has not been grazed in several years, there is approximately 188 acres of improved grasses (expired CRP) with the remaining 134 acres in native pasture with deep draws, canyons, bluffs, mesquite, cedar, hackberry, lotebush and some scattered tree groves and brush, that all provide good grazing and shade for cattle as well as excellent habitat, cover and bedding areas for wildlife. Wildlife includes white tail deer, mule deer, turkey, dove, quail, wild hogs, and varmints. Quail hunting here is considered some of the best in the region. There has been minimal hunting pressure on this property as well as the surrounding property. (see more) Located east of Cee Vee, between the North Pease River and South Pease River, only 20 miles south of Childress or 18 miles north of Paducah, the property is easily accessed on either County Road 157 or County Road 155 just a half mile north of FM 1440. The existing Conex shipping container converted to living quarters with rural water and electric service makes for a nice getaway! If so desired, it would make an excellent location to build a new home, barndominium or cabin on, and run cattle with the prime hunting as a bonus. LEGAL DESCRIPTION: 324.00 acres, more or less, in the East Half of Section 750, Block H, W&NW Ry Co Survey, Cottle County, Texas, Save and Except about 2.00 acres in southwest corner used by Cottle County as a Public Road, leaving 322.00 acres, more or less. (Full metes and bounds description described in Warranty Deed dated February 1, 2001 and recorded in Volume 163, Page 823 of the Public Records of Cottle County, Texas). MINERALS & MINERAL RIGHTS: No minerals convey. There is no production on or near the property. IMPROVEMENTS: A 40' Conex shipping container converted to living quarters with storage for ATV and supplies, has rural water and electric service and a septic system. A partial set of old metal cattle working pens and an old broken windmill not used in several years are both located west of the Conex. FENCES: Good five strand barbwire fence on east and north boundaries. Fair fence on west boundary. No fence on south boundary. TOPOGRAHY: With 100' of elevation change from the highest point in the improved pasture to the bottom of the canyons, there are several ideal locations for blinds, food plots and feeders along the cliffs and more level areas on the old cultivated fields. FSA BASE ACREAGE: The entire property is in improved and native grasses. In years past, there were 111.1 acres in cultivation consisting of 14 acres of Wheat Base with 16 bu yield, 24.7 acres of Grain Sorghum base with 29 bu yield and 71.8 acres of UNA Generic Base. WATER: Red Water Authority water meter is located at FM 1440 and County Road 157. A private line has been run along County Road 157 from FM 1440 to the Conex container living quarters on the property. The old windmill has not been used in several years and its condition is simply unknown. UTILITIES: South Plains rural electric line and meter have been run to the Conex container living quarters. SURFACE WATER: There is an old earthen tank in southeast corner that that used to be approximately 4 acres but is not currently h


Listing Number19-2927
Days On Site67



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Zip Code79248
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Listing Updated: 06/19/2019
MLS Number: 19-2927
Listing Provided By:
Chad Holland  of  Chad Holland Real Estate

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