2490 State HWY 1780, Whiteface, TX

Others for Sale ‐ 141,000 Sq. Ft. on 1426 acres


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Agent Info

NameDebi Roks

Property Info

CIMLS #953465
Location2490 State HWY 1780
Whiteface TX 79379
Last UpdatedJuly 26th, 2017
Building Size141,000 Sq. Ft.
Lot Size1426 acres

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Property Description

This ONLINE TENDER OFFER is for Girlstown, USA, a private/secluded 1,426-acre multi-purpose campus located 10 miles south of Whiteface at 2490 State HWY 1780 in eastern Cochran County, Texas. The improved portion of the campus sits on 126 acres of the property and includes amenities such as dormitories, staff housing, daycare center with outdoor play equipment, chapel, school, medical clinic, maintenance shop, swimming pool, gym with basketball hoops and rock climbing wall, barn, fire station and fire truck, and more. The remaining 1,200 acres are currently leased for pasturage and grazing of cattle for $13,200/annum (expires January 2019). Select highlights/amenities of this unique property are as follows:

Turnkey campus facility

Accessible from Lubbock Preston Smith International Airport

15 minutes or less from South Plains College

Playground and sports equipment will convey

Duck pond

Onsite wells provide water to the campus

Property currently generates income

This Texas real estate property originally offered a temporary shelter for girls, but developed to provide a stable, long-term home environment for abused and neglected girls and in the later twentieth century expanded services to include predelinquent, delinquent, troubled, and at-risk children. Given the unique features of this sprawling Texas property, this investment would be the perfect fit for:

Worker housing for oil companies

Church retreat or summer camp

Children's summer camp

Working dude ranch

Drug treatment/rehab center

Safe house for victims of domestic violence/abuse

Retirement center

Town community center

Whiteface, Texas is located on State Highway 114, 44 miles west of Lubbock and 12 miles southeast of Morton, the Cochran County seat. According to the Handbook of Texas, "The name of the town came from rancher C. C. Slaughter's Whiteface Camp and Whiteface Pasture, which were named in turn for the cattle on his ranch." By 1924, Slaughter's son-in-law, Ira P. DeLoache, turned the ranch into the new community of Whiteface. The community was moved several miles the next year to be at the railroad. Oil was discovered near the town in 1937. It was incorporated in 1945.

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Tender Offer Deadline is Thursday, September 21st, at 5 pm CDT. For property details and Tender Offer information visit: www.WMCbid.com/249D7.

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