AUCTION LOCATION: 13579 Hwy 8 Fairview, OK. From Hwy 60/(8) and E 490 Rd (Salvage Road) approximately 1 mile north of Fairview, Oklahoma, go ¼ mile west.
This property consists of approximately 94.50 acres according to a recent boundary survey. The farm consists of mostly cropland with a small amount of timber lining the creek that runs through the farm. Access is provided by a blacktop road on the north side of the farm with an oilfield service road on the west side running most of the way to the southern part of the farm. Principal soils include Port Silt Loam, class I; McLain Silty Clay, class II; Renfrow Silty Loam, class II & III; Reinach Very Sandy Loam; and some Vernon Clay. The property lays nicely with creek and timber that runs throughout the farm. There is a small oilfield yard in the NW/corner that has been previously sold off) For more information including F.S.A. information and maps view www.lippardauctions.com
Legal Description: a 94.50 acre tract of land located in the NE/4 of Section (16), Township (21) North, Range (12) W.I.M. Major County, OK. (see survey www.lippardauctions.com )
Taxes: were $463.90 for the entire 129 acres and will be re-assessed for the sale and the new survey.
Minerals: selling surface rights only
Possession: will be given after the harvest of the existing wheat crop.
Terms/Conditions – Real Estate: 10% of the total purchase price is to be placed in escrow the day of the auction with the balance being due upon delivery of marketable title.
Equipment (sells after Real Estate): Bode 32’ field cultivator w/harrow; Richardson 30’ sweep plow w/treaders; Miller Series VI 30’ double fold disc (23” front- 20” rear) w/tag hitch (some welds); Kent 48’ Springtooth; Martens 24” harrow; Great Plains 30’ double fold, dd, grain drill; Wako 52’ Nh3 applicator
Terms on Equipment: Cash or Check. 100% due day of auction!
Disclaimer: All information has been taken from sources believed reliable; however, no guarantee is being made by the auction company or the seller. Bidders should satisfy themselves as to any inspections prior to bidding on the property or real estate. Financing must be in place prior to bidding. The Auction Company reserves the right to be on behalf of proxy or phone bidders. Any announcements made the day of the auction supersede all advertising.
Excellent Building Site – Abundant Wildlife – Enid School District
Sandy Creek Rd & Purdue Ave., Enid OK
Directions: From Wheatridge and Purdue, turn west go ½ mile property is on the south side of the road.
$8,500 per acre
$8,500 per acre