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$2,723,154 1,579 acres
Romeo Rd, Claude, TX 79019 - Armstrong County

Frances Pearl Ranch

This top notch ranch located within a canyon system with live water and several springs across the property. The rough and rolling terrain in combination with cedar and mesquite trees is an ideal habitat for wildlife in the area. This includes aoudad sheep, mule and whitetail deer, wild hogs, quail and turkey. There are two established flood plots, one on the north end of the ranch and the other on the south. These plots attract a good amount of deer and hogs to the property year-round. Water: The ranch boasts live water year-round thanks to Mulberry Creek and several seep springs across the property. There is also a solar well centrally located to provide water to livestock. Hunting: The rough and rolling terrain with live water, w
JT and Jamie Haynes Triangle Realty
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$975,000 650.12 acres
Claude, TX 79019 - Armstrong County

Armstrong County Ranch

This ranch is setup and ready to be molded into someones getaway. Less than an hour from Amarillo, and almost a mile of County Road 22 frontage on the east side, the location and access is hard to beat. Mulberry Creek crosses in and out of the ranch on three different locations along the west boundary line, and there are several additional smaller creeks on the property in which feed it. There is currently electricity powering two submersible wells on both the east and west sides, and also an unused (but believed to be operable if developed) well in the center of the ranch. Cattle are grazing, but can be removed prior to closing. There is a perimeter fence in good condition, and several roads have been cut to provide access to all sides. Th
Hadley Perkins Clift Land Brokers
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$120,000 157.47 acres
Wayside, TX 79094 - Armstrong County

Browder Farm

LEGAL DESCRIPTION: The SE/4 of Section 186, Block M-9, JH Gibson Survey, Armstrong County, Texas. ACREAGE: TOTAL 157.47+/- CRP 146.0+/- DRY FARMLAND GRASSLAND 11+/- TOPOGRAPHY: Flat to slightly sloping toward SE corner. IMPROVEMENTS: 3 bedroom, 1 3/4 bathroom home. This home is in need of major repairs and is not habitable in its present condition, and contributes very little, if any, to the property. Perimeter fencing on 3 sides of the property. WATER: Submersible well and pressure system. Also, two old irrigation wells which are not in use. UTILITIES: ELECTRICITY: yes NATURAL GAS: PROPANE: yes PERSONAL PROPERTY: None. TAXES: $1,277.93 w/ag-use exemptions SCHOOL DISTRICT: Claude ISD
Lewis Whitaker Whitaker Real Estate
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$6,765,800 5,412.64 acres
9047 Oscar Road, Claude, TX 79019 - Armstrong County

9047 Oscar Road

LEGAL DESCRIPTION: 5,412.64 acres in Armstrong County, Texas. Survey on file. ACREAGE: TOTAL: 5,412.64 +/- CRP: DRY FARMLAND: 210.5 +/- GRASSLAND: 5,202.14 +/- TOPOGRAPHY: Flat, open land on top to dramatic canyon land with Salt Fork draw and several other canyon tributaries. There is roughly 800 feet change in elevation on this property. IMPROVEMENTS: A recently remodeled 2 story ranch home with 4 bedrooms and 2 1/2 bathrooms. The oversized 2 car garage has a finished 2nd story loft. 40x80 metal shop building with attached 30x80 shed roof, catch pens in canyon. WATER: 4 windmills and 2 submersibles, with pipelines to additional tanks. Several earthen tanks. UTILITIES: ELECTRICITY: Yes NATURAL GAS: No PRO
Lewis Whitaker Whitaker Real Estate
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$304,000 320 acres
Wayside Road, Happy, TX 79042 - Armstrong County

Wayside Ranch

Great find within 45 minutes of Amarillo. Located just 1.5 miles from a canyon system on the east and north side of the property. Setup for running cattle, but also has some good hog hunting and other game with close proximity to canyon terrain. There is one submersible well in the southwest corner where an old farm house and quonset barn sit. Electricity is ran to the property allowing for future development. A seasonal playa lake on the south half of the property can be a good water supply in wetter years and grass is thicker in this area. North half of the property is former CRP ground and could be broken back out into farmground.
JT and Jamie Haynes Triangle Realty
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$1,316,000 1,120 acres
Claude, TX 79019 - Armstrong County

Younger Ranch

LEGAL DESCRIPTION: The N/2 and the SE/4 of Section 225, and all of Section 226, Block B-4, H&GN Ry Co Survey, Armstrong County, Texas and containing 1,120 acres, more or less. ACREAGE: 1,120 +/- CRP: 490.9 +/- DRY FARMLAND: GRASSLAND: 629 +/- TOPOGRAPHY: Mostly flat open grassland with several playas. IMPROVEMENTS: Fencing and cross-fencing is mostly of T-post construction, some of which is recently rebuilt. NOTE: There is an old homestead that is in ruin and is of no value. WATER: 2 electric submersibles and 1 windmill. UTILITIES: ELECTRICITY: Yes NATURAL GAS: No PROPANE: No PERSONAL PROPERTY: None. TAXES: $1,642.66 w/ag exemption paid for 2018 SCHOOL DISTRICT: Claude ISD MINERALS: Sell
Lewis Whitaker Whitaker Real Estate
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$2,723,154 1,579 acres
Frances Pearl Ranch, Claude, TX 79019 - Armstrong County

1,579 acres Claude, TX

This top notch ranch located within a canyon system with live water and several springs across the property. The rough and rolling terrain in combination with cedar and mesquite trees is an ideal habitat for wildlife in the area. This includes aoudad sheep, mule and whitetail deer, wild hogs, quail and turkey. There are two established flood plots, one on the north end of the ranch and the other on the south. These plots attract a good amount of deer and hogs to the property year-round.
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$304,000 320 acres
Wayside Ranch, Happy, TX 79094 - Armstrong County

320 acres Happy, TX

Great find within 45 minutes of Amarillo. Located just 1.5 miles from a canyon system on the east and north side of the property. Setup for running cattle, but also has good hog, quail, bobcat, turkey and some mule deer hunting thanks to the close proximity to canyon terrain. There is one submersible well in the southwest corner where an old farm house and quonset barn sit. Electricity is ran to the property allowing for future development. A seasonal playa lake on the south half of the property can be a good water supply in wetter years and grass is thicker in this area. North half of the property is former CRP ground and could be broken back out into farmground.