Approx. 160 Acres in Western Nolan County, Texas

Highly improved, low lying acreage along Champion Creek with tank, mobile home, barns and pipe fence!

as of October 9, 2007

There are 4 water wells and some irrigation equipment on this showplace!

The deep wells are an excellent water source, providing the long term security of high quality water!

2006 Ad Valorem Taxes: $1,288.98

 This panoramic photo is taken from the northeast corner of the property, facing west along CR 151.

The insulated barn in the background measures 35 x 50 x 20'. It also has a set of attached pens.
This rolling meadow is part of the 23 acres of pasture. In the background is Champion Creek.
The 1989 mobil home measures 16 x 80' and features 3 bedrooms, 1 3/4 baths and is in very good condition.
Note the metal roof over the porch and mobile home.
The large tank is stocked with hybrid bluegill and channel catfish!
A water well provides constant water supply, if needed!
This view is of the pasture and fields southeast of the tank.

Primary SOIL TYPES include:

Gageby Clay Loam
Veal Loam
Rotan Clay Loam
Pitzer Gravelly Loam


From Interstate 20, 5 miles west of Roscoe, take FM 1230 south for 5 miles to CR 151. Turn left (east) on CR 151 for 1 mile. The northwest corner of the place is at the intersection of CR 151 and CR 134.

Asking Price:
$250,000 of October 9, 2007