1,000 ± ACRES * ALFALFA/GRANT COUNTY OKLAHOMA & HARPER COUNTY KANSAS
SURFACE RIGHTS & MINERAL RIGHTS * GRASS PASTURE * HUNTNG * PONDS * CREEKS
The Estate of Cheryl K. Burnet and The Ronnie B. Steward Trust
FRIDAY DECEMBER 4, 2020 10:00AM
AUCTION LOCATION: Byron Fire Department Meeting Room, Byron, Ok 73722
Surface Rights Only
NW/4 of 2-28N-9 W.I.M. Alfalfa County, OK. (165.60+/- acres)
Directions: From Byron, OK. Go 7 miles east on Latimer Rd to CR720 (blacktop), then 3 miles north to curve CR 50, then 1 mile east, Or from Manchester, OK. Go 3 miles south to CR 50, then 5.5 miles west. OR from Tract 1 go 4 miles north, ½ mile east
This tract consists of approximately 165 acres of mostly grass pasture and timber land providing good cattle grazing and good recreational hunting. The farm has perimeter fencing, small pond and good sand county road access. This tract will need to have a gate cut along the county road for actual access in to the property. Principal soils are: Eda Sand, 0-3% slopes, class III; Woodward-Quinlan complex 1-3% slopes, class III; Goltry-Tivoli complex 5-12% slopes, class VI
Lots 1&2 and S/2 of NE/4 of 13-29N-9 W.I.M. Alfalfa County, Ok. (118.20± acres)
Directions: From Manchester, OK. Go ½ mile south on Hwy 132 to Osage Rd, then go 4.8 miles west to CR 740 Rd, then go 1 mile north to SW 106/E10, then 1/2 mile east. Road closed coming west of SW 106 from Manchester, OK.
This tract consists of approximately 118.20 acres and according to the county F.S.A. office there is 37.12 DCP acres of cropland with 37.1 wheat base and 37 yield. The balance of the land is in grass pasture, timber and large pond. This tract also has good cattle grazing and hunting potential for whitetail deer, etc. and very good duck hunting off the pond. There is good perimeter fencing around the grass portion of this farm and could be rural water, as well.
Principal soils are: Grant Silt Loam, class II & III; Grant-Port complex, class VI
Lot 2 and NW/4 and West 40 acres of E/2 of Section 17-35S-7 West of the 6th PM Harper Co. Kansas (240± acres)
Directions: From Manchester, OK. Go ½ mile south on Hwy 132 to Osage Rd, then go 4.8 miles west to CR 740 Rd, then go 1 mile north to SW 106/E10, then 1 mile east. Road closed coming west of SW 106 from Manchester, OK.
This tract consists of approximately 240 acres and according to the county F.S.A. office there is 185.97 cropland acres with 185.97 base and 37 yield. The balance is in grass pasture and timber. There is an easement for rural water located on this property. Principal soils are: Nashville Silt Loam, class II & III; Pond Creek Silt Loam, class III; Grant Silt Loam, class II; and Woodward-Port complex, class VI
NW/4 of 26-29N-8 W.I.M. Grant County OK. (160± acres)
Directions: From Manchester, OK. Go south on Hwy 132 to Rd, go 1.5 mile south on Hwy 132. Joins Tract 5 on the west
This tract consists of approximately 160 acres and according to the county F.S.A. office this tract is combined with Tract 5. There is 254.69 cropland acres with 254.69 DCP acres. 253.60 wheat base, and 40-bushel yield. This tract has Hwy 132 frontage on the west with county road access on the north. Principal soils are: McLain-Drummond complex, class I; Kingfisher Silt Loam, class III; Grant Silt Loam, class II; Ironmound Loam, class IV; Renfrow Silty Loam, class IV
NE/4 of 26-29N-8 W.I.M. Grant County, OK. (160± acres)
Directions: From Manchester, OK. Go south on Hwy 132 1.5 miles to Noble Rd, then ½ mile east. Joins Tract 4 on the east
This tract consists of approximately 160 acres and according to the county F.S.A. office this tract is combined with Tract 5. There is 254.69 cropland acres with 254.69 DCP acres. 253.60 wheat base, and 40-bushel yield. Principal soils are: Pond Creek Silt Loam, class I; McLain-Drummond complex, class I; Dale Silt Loam, class I; Kingfisher-Wakita complex, class IV
Lots 1 & 2 and S/2 of NE/4 of 1-28N-8 Grant County, OK. (154.68± acres)
Directions: From Manchester, OK. Go south 3 miles on Hwy 132 to Major Rd, then 1.5 miles east.
This tract consists of approximately 154.86 acres and according to the county F.S.A. office there is 123.99 DCP acres, with 123.90 wheat base and 40-bushel yield. The balance of this farm is in native grass, timber and creek. This tract also offers very good whitetail deer and other hunting.
Principal soils are: Dale Silt loam, class I; McLain-Drummond complex, class I; Reinach Very Fine Sandy Loam, class I; Bethany Silt Loam, class II; Port and Pocasset soils, class V
Combination of Tract 5 & 6 together
Mineral Rights Only
NW/4 of 2-28N-9 W.I.M. Alfalfa County, OK. (165.60± acres)
Lots 1&2 and S/2 of NE/4 of 13-29N-9 W.I.M. Alfalfa County, Ok. (118.20± acres)
Lot 2 and NW
New Mexico hunting ranch. The wildlife situation has completely turned around since undertaking the forestry project, with some of the most prolific elk and mountain lion in the area. The 1040 +/- acre recreational newly thinned forest has opened a wide variety of plants and animals to flourish in this extremely provate getaway. Easy to traverse the ranch along the forest floor all the way to the highest outlook. Come see for yourself! Financing is available. All of this including city water and only ten minutes to the Plaza Hotel!
This 1040 +/- acre ranch is truly a one of kind hideaway full of wildlife and the all the conveniences - just minutes from Las Vegas, New Mexico. Explore the rich beauty of this pristine property with a network of newly created roadways. 300 acres on the south end of ranch priced at $1,500/acre. Financing is available!
Substantial price improvement on this tremendous northern New Mexico ranch. Originally marketed at $ 2,600,000. Now offered at $ 1,950,000.!! Only a short drive to Santa Fe and all the City Different has to offer.
The ranch now has an efficient access point, off of Highway 65, and a newly constructed interior road system. You will not believe the positive results achieved by existing forest management plan. Build your own retreat or just make this your personal playground. Sells with city water tap and an elk permit. Hot Springs Ranch has it all. Don’t miss it!!
Las Vegas, New Mexico, is about 60 miles east of Santa Fe, along Interstate highway 25. It is an under appreciated gem and a far cry from the Southwestern chic of nearby Santa Fe, with a large collection of historic Victorian homes. Las Vegas was an important waypoint on the Santa Fe Trail, and later on the railroad across the Southwest. There are over 900 structures listed on the National Register of Historic Places. In the central area of town, it seems almost every single building you see is significant in some way. Experience the quant and charming shops within the Plaza, Douglas/6th Street, and Railroad Historic Districts. These areas provide many small home-town shops, antiques, book stores, and coffee shops.
United World College
The Armand Hammer United World College is one of nine colleges under the International Board of the United World Colleges, whose central office is in London. -The school, in the foothills of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, is located in the town of Montezuma, New Mexico, just northwest of the city of Las Vegas, New Mexico. - UWC was founded in 1962 with the vision of bringing together young people whose experience was of the political conflict of the cold war era, offering an educational experience based on shared learning, collaboration and understanding so that the students would act as champions of peace. -It is a two-year, independent, co-educational boarding school with about 228 students representing 70-80 countries at any time. -Students graduate with the International Baccalaureate Diploma, one of the most respected secondary diplomas in the world. -In 2007, the Wall Street Journal identified UWC-USA as one of the worlds top 20 schools for its success in preparing students to enter top American universities. - UWC makes education a force to unite people, nations and cultures for peace and a sustainable future.
Montezuma Hot Springs, located five miles northwest of Las Vegas. The setting is fantastic, as the springs lie along the Gallinas River adjacent to several historic buildings. A collection of hot springs bubbling out of the side of a hill, feeding a variety of rock and cement tubs. Originally used by the historic Montezuma Castle Resort, the springs are now accessible to the public. A collection of three groupings of hot springs has been diverted into rather rustic cement and rock pools and tubs along the side of the road in the small community of Montezuma.
The largest and one of the most historic structures in Las Vegas New Mexico is the old Montezuma Castle, just a few miles north of the plaza area. The building is also referred to as the Montezuma Hotel. The site where this magnificent hotel was built in itself comes with a lot of history. If you drive north on Hot Springs Blvd. in Las Vegas, five miles to Montezuma, a tiny village at the base of the Sangre de Cristo mountains, the imposing view of the Montezuma Castle set up on the hill above the town looms ahead. After being vacant for ten years, Montezumas Castle was bought by Armand Hammer for use as a United World College. Armand Hammer restored the old Montezuma Hotel building.