DESCRIPTION: 375.2 acres, more or less – Great hunting tract with convenient access, excellent topography, incredible views, homesite potential and CRP Income! Just a half mile off paved FM 1041, this tract is located less than 3 miles south of Memphis with 233.6 acres of improved CRP grasses, and the remainder of approximately 141.6 acres in native pasture, with deep canyons, mesquites, brush, cedars and hardwoods which provide excellent grazing, shade and cover for wildlife including deer, turkey, dove, quail, wild hogs, and varmints. \rLEGAL DESCRIPTION: 55.2 acres of land out of Section 70, Block 18, H & GN Ry. Co. Survey, Hall County, Texas, described by metes and bounds as follows: \rTHENCE North 656 varas to a stake in the East line of said Section 70; \rTHENCE West 475 varas to a stake;\rTHENCE South 656 varas to a point in the South line of said Section 70;\rTHENCE East 470 varas to the point of beginning and containing 55.2 acres of land, and \rThe NE/4 of Section 51, Block 18, H & GN Ry. Co. Survey, Hall County, Texas, and\rThe W/2 of the S/2 of Section 70, Block 18, H & GN Ry. Co. Survey, Hall County, Texas. \rMINERALS: Subject to previous reservations of record. No minerals convey.\t\t\rFSA BASE ACREAGE: 233.6 acres in USDA Farm Service Agency’s Conservation Reserve Program through September 30, 2020. CRP payments are $7,545.00 annually.\rTOPOGRAPHY: Excellent topography with rolling grassland, deep canyon draws in the southwest quadrant and level land on the north end. Terraces on most of the CRP acreage. All of the adjoining acreage on the west side is level irrigated farmland.\rWIND & Water: All wind and water rights will convey to buyer. \rFENCES: Good five strand barbwire fence on a some of the east boundary, and most of the west boundary and a good four strand barbwire fence on approximately 2/3 of the west boundary. The remaining fences are very poor to non-existent. \rIMPROVEMENTS: Old homestead site with old house, hay barn and other outbuildings and in irreparable condition. Located in the middle of the property.\rWATER: One working well with submersible pump located toward the north end of the property. One old well near the old homestead area in the middle of the property is in unknown condition. Has not been used in several decades. Red River Authority Water line runs along west side of FM 1041, about a half mile from entrance.\rUTILITIES: Electric.\rZONING: Agricultural. Located outside of any municipality.\rEASEMENTS: Electric line. There are no known easements that will interfere with the operation of the land. \rSURVEY: None.\rPERSONAL PROPERTY: One hunting blind and one game feeder. The other game feeders and hunting blinds do not convey, as they are not the property of the seller. \rHUNTING LEASE: None in place.\rGRAZING LEASE: None in place. \rPOSSESSION: Upon closing and funding.\rSerious Qualified Buyers can contact Chad for more detailed information. \rNO TRESPASSING. PLEASE DO NOT ACCESS PROPERTY WITHOUT BEING ACCOMPANIED BY LISTING BROKER.\rAs with any Exclusive Listing Agreement, owners are not to negotiate with any prospective buyers, but to refer all prospective buyers to the Listing Broker, so please do not contact any of the owners directly. Please direct all questions to Listing Broker. This property is not for Rent, not for Lease and Owner Financing is not available. \rBuyer's Broker must be identified upon first contact with Listing Brokerage Firm and must accompany buying prospect on first showing to be allowed brokerage fee participation. Otherwise the fee participation will be at the sole discretion of Listing Broker.\rDIRECTIONS: From US Hwy 287 in Memphis, go west on State Hwy 256 for approximately 1.5 miles to FM 1041, then south for approximately 1.5 miles to County Road D, then east for half mile to entrance of property.