Culberson County, Texas
Highland Realty of Texas
Approximately 13 miles east of Van Horn, Texas along the west side of John Conoly Rd.
640.0 acres, more or less
All of the acreage is native rangeland composed of sandy loam and clay loam soils. The property is absent of improvements other than fencing along the east and south sides. The property overlies the Wild Horse Groundwater Aquifer and is governed by the Culberson County Groundwater Conservation District. Test wells drilled by Ed L. Reed, Consulting Hydrologist in 1969 estimated the saturated thickness of the formation underlying this property to range from 500 to more than 650 feet. A copies of the map prepared by Mr. Reed is attached.
Fencing along the south and east sides.
No mineral rights are being offered. The underlying mineral rights are no leased and there is no active production of oil, natural gas or other minerals on the property, or in the general area.
$500.00 per acre, or $320,000
The property reflects a nice small property with good potential for development of the groundwater resources. Also the native rangeland vegetation affords a good habitat for blue quail. The property is easily accessed from Interstate Highway 10 by John Conoly Rd.
Information contained herein was provided by persons knowledgeable of the property and is deemed to be correct and accurate; however, no warranties are expressed or implied by the Broker. This offering is subject to prior sale, price change, change in terms and conditions and/or removal from the market without notice.