Approx. 640 acres, located 3.5 miles northeast of Blackwell, in southeastern Nolan County, Texas of September 27, 2004
This place features an abundance of game (deer, turkey & quail), a mixed terrain, excellent ground cover (mesquite, oak and cedar), water (2 stock tanks and water well), perimeter fence, and partial minerals!
2003 Ad Valorem Taxes: $722.60

 This photo shows one of the large tanks centrally located on the property!

A prominent ridge, with rock outcroppings, dominates the terrain on the west half of the property from west to east.
Another view from the ridge facing east shows off excellent views to the horizon.
The southeast corner of the property along FM 1170 crosses this creek, which runs all the way to the property's north side.
Another creek crosses the southwest corner of the tract.

Primary SOIL TYPES include:

Sagerton Clay Loam
Cobb Fine Sandy Loam
Latom-Rock Outcrop
Colorado Loam


From Blackwell, in southeast Nolan County, take FM 1170 east about 3 1/2 miles. The southwest corner of the tract is just north of the intersection of 1170 and CR 239. The west property line has 1 mile of frontage on CR 239, while the south line fronts on FM 1170.

Asking Price:
$550 per acre