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The Starr Family Property is offered by descendants of James Harper Starr, former Secretary of the Treasury of the Republic of Texas, whose efforts to survey, map and sell land throughout the state were instrumental in Texas growth throughout the late 19th century. The property is located on the Cottle and King County lines and is a combination of CRP, expired CRP, native pasture and brush. The property configuration is square with significant topography change and access by a quarter-mile private easement at the end of FM 452. The property enjoys excellent whitetail deer and quail hunting, with a large ranch landowner adjacent to the south, native pasture to the east and west, and cropland to the north. Seasonal Willow Creek dissects the southwest portion of the ranch. The property has previously been enrolled in the MLDP program. This is an excellent hunting property with CRP income that has been leased and managed by the same tenant for several years.
668.21 total acres; property surveyed in 2010
Access to the entrance by an approximate quarter-mile private easement; interior of the ranch is easily accessed by existing roads
140.5 acres in active CRP; 315.8 improved grass (expired CRP); 211.2 acres native grass and brush
CRP is enrolled at $29.00/acre through 9/30/2020
Currently fenced on three sides; property configuration and size is ideal for a high-fenced hunting property
Three-bedroom house, corrals and old barns, electricity, and community water at improvement site
2015 taxes approximately $1,685
Current hunting lease cancellable at closing, but can be renewed annually under the current lease
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