1901 W Navarro Rd., Crockett, TX 75835
Saturday, September 28th – 11am – Onsite
100+/- acres to be sold in parcels or in total
SELLER FINANCING AVAILABLE
– Approx. 23.4+/- acres, corners 304 and 229 includes guest house, party barn and big horse barn
– Approx. 15.4+/- acres, fronts 229 includes large house, guest house, all venue facilities, duck barn and detached garage
– Approx. 16+/- acres, fronts 229 and bordered by the creek
– Approx. 12 +/- acres, fronts 2076 and bordered by the creek – shared road access with Parcel 5
– Approx. 11.5+/- acres, narrow frontage on 2076, includes pond and disc golf area – shared road access with Parcel 4
– Approx. 21.7+/- acres, fronts 304 includes small house, foundation of Eph’s old house, small storage shed, gorgeous park like feel
Saturday, August 24th – 11am – 2pm
Thursday, September 5th – 4pm – 6pm
Friday, September 13th – 4pm – 6pm
Saturday, September 21st – 11am – 3pm
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Park Hill Farm has been noted not only as a landmark, but as a center of agricultural, cultural and social activity, one of the showpieces of Crockett.
- Park Hill Farm – The Collins-Douglas Homestead
- Built in the mid to late 1850s
- Original owner was General Thomas P. Collins, settled in Crockett from Ireland, built a store on the Crockett Square and became well-known and prosperous in the 1840s
- Prior to the Civil War, General Collins purchased a large tract of land and built the Park Hill house attributed to Abner Cook, famous Austin architect, who designed the Governor’s Mansion
- The furniture was bought in New York at the World’s Fair and shipped to Galveston, then on to Crockett by oxcart
- General Collins’ only daughter, Mary Collins, was born in 1842 and managed Park Hill Farm until her death in 1926
- When Mary was 16, General Collins gave her a 6-year old slave, Eph, who stayed with her all through her life. The house that ‘Uncle Eph’ lived in, which was built for him, is still in use
- Mary Collins married Charles Douglas, who was accidentally killed in 1883
- Mary Collins Douglas had no children of her own and was often visited by the neighborhood children, who helped her pick pears from her pear orchard
- She also loved her animals and had a special graveyard by the side of the house where she buried her pets and placed tombstones on their graves
- Park Hill Farm has always been a working farm from its pear orchards, to a horse and cattle farm to a pecan and fig orchards to current day wedding and entertainment venue
Terms & Conditions
- 12% Buyer’s Premium added to the winning bid price to determine total contract price.
- No minimum bid, final bid subject to seller’s confirmation.
- $25,000 cashier’s check made payable to Auction Escrow & Settlement is required to bid.
- Property to be sold in parcels or in total.
- Seller financing available.
- Cooperating broker participation is offered. Contact the auction company to register your client and receive the terms. Real estate agent MUST be present with client at auction.
- Closing & payment: High bidder (purchaser) must remit 10% non-refundable payment of the total contract price on auction day to Auction Escrow & Settlement. Balance to be paid at closing within 30 days. Purchaser must sign a non-contingency contract to close within 30 days of the auction date.
- Disclaimer: Acreage and square footage dimensions are based on information provided by seller and are believed to be correct; however, purchaser &/or purchaser’s agent/broker shall bear responsibility to confirm all calculations prior to the sale. Not available to residents of any state in which this real estate is not in compliance with the real estate laws of that state. All information provided or contained in a brochure was derived from sources believed to be correct but are not guaranteed.
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