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1,401 acres Quanah, TX $1,576,125

1,401 acres Quanah, TX

Hardeman County Texas Hunting Land, LLC Texas Hunting Land, LLC

Type: Acreage

Size: 1,401 acres ~ Copper Breaks Ranch Location: Located in Southern Hardeman County on HWY 6 between Crowell, TX and Quanah, TX one mile North of the Pease River and next to the Copper Breaks State Park. Terrain: The Copper Breaks Ranch is an excellent hunting ranch with terrain ranging from steep cedar ridges with huge elevation changes to scattered mesquite flats and hackberry draws. The tall grasses and brushy areas provide excellent quail habitat and cover for wildlife. It is common to find many elevation changes of 200+ feet while driving the interior road system on the ranch. The high ridges and points offer excellent viewing of the wildlife trails below and premium blinds and feeders have been strategically placed throughout the ranch in areas of game travel. There are 3 ponds scattered throughout the ranch which provide easy access to water for wildlife or cattle. Very importantly, there is a large seasonal creek that runs through the ranch giving the wildlife another water source and an excellent bedding area. Several small food plots have been created in some areas of the ranch and they stay covered in deer in the winter when planted in wheat. The owner has been implementing a strong protein and corn feeding protein throughout the ranch and also has certain feeder setups for different kinds of wildlife. It is also common to find mule deer on the Copper Breaks Ranch especially in the rougher portions. With its great diversification and location, the Copper Breaks Ranch is very attractive for developing a fine hunting ranch or family getaway. Surrounded by large ranches and the State Park, this ranch has lots of hunting and recreational activities to offer and is ready to be enjoyed. Improvements: Electricity on site, Rural Water on site; 10 Large Premium blind and tower setups in place with 1000# feeder at each location; (2) combination Bow/Rifle Large premium blind setups with feeder setups also; Numerous large protein feeders and turkey/quail feeders strategically placed around ranch with pens around them. 1.5 miles of paved road frontage, Campsite with steel covered area, steel container converted to sleeping area; Excellent gates and perimeter corners with nice painted overhead entrance, 3 ponds, excellent internal road system. Wildlife: Whitetail deer, Mule Deer, Turkey, Quail, Duck, Dove, Javelina, Wild Hogs, Vermin Price: $1,125 per acre Contact: Andrew Pennington - Listing Agent (940) 838-8112

960 acres Quanah, TX $1,392,000

960 acres Quanah, TX

Hardeman County Ben Belew & Beau Byars River Creek Land Sales

Type: Acreage w/House 4 Beds | 1 Bath

Big whitetails, plus mule deer, stray exotics, wild cat, and feral hog! This northwest Texas hunting ranch is located at the end of a public road, only a mile from the Pease River, and is bordered by large neighbors on all sides with little to no hunting pressure surrounding it. It comes ready to go with a furnished hunting lodge, food plots, and trophy wildlife! EXCELLENT NEIGHBORS: The 6M Ranch is a square block of land, roughly one mile wide by one-and-a-half mile deep. It is bordered on its south side by the 1900 acre Copper Breaks State Park, which only allows a few hunters a year to hunt through lottery. Two 3000+ acre ranches join it on the west side, which are not hunted at all, then a 1400 acre tract on the east and a 1700 acre tract on the north, both of which are minimally hunted. The 6M sits in the middle of all this country, in transition from the deep canyons north and east to the river bottoms west and south. HUNTING: Deer naturally travel this route from the canyons to the river, and three large food plots on the ranch provide excellent staging areas to hold them here. These food plots are 5.5, 5.0, and 3.5 acres in size. In November 2010, a massive whitetail with a gross score of 187, was taken off of the 5.5 acre food plot. Equally large bucks have seen on recent game camera pictures, estimated to be in the 160-170 class range, along with a some mulies and an elk cow. Stray exotics are not unheard of in this area, and I have personally seen aoudad, red stag, and elk on nearby ranches. Coupled with other native game, such as turkey, hog, javelina, quail, bobcat, coyote, and mountain lion, the ranch boasts a variety of wildlife and year around sport. WATER: Three earthen tanks and numerous creek draws provide water for wildlife, namely Monkey Creek, which cuts across the middle of the ranch. There are some springs in this country too. Large draws provide excellent locations to built more water tanks and sloughs. ROCK CLIMBING: Bring your 4x4, as the terrain of this ranch offers some great rock climbing! In fact, one of the neighbors to the west, Monkey Creek Ranch, holds public rock climbing events twice a year in the fall and spring, where people from all around bring their modified jeeps and pickups for riding the trails. The 6M Ranch would be suitable to set up with trails too, as it has lots of hills and ravines. RANCH IMPROVEMENTS: Secluded from the road on a sloped hill, sits a beautiful ranch lodge, with four bedrooms and one bathroom. The lodge was built in 2008 and has CH/A, a metal roof, tall stone fireplace, lofted game room area, and open kitchen/living room floor plan. It comes furnished with all appliances, including stove, refrigerator, and washer/dryer. The main living area has a large vaulted ceiling. The lodge also has an attached garage, for storing UTVs and equipment, and a large covered porch with a concrete floor. Electricity was ran for over 2.5 miles by poles to get it to the lodge from Highway 6; it has a septic tank and water well too. MINERALS: The owner does not own any minerals and has none to convey. There is no active oil production on the ranch. ASKING PRICE: $1450/acre - including all deer blinds, feeders, and lodge furnishings. CONTACT: Call land agent Ben Belew at cell phone (940) 357-9940 for more information about this fantastic whitetail property in the scenic southern breaks of Hardeman County!

897 acres Quanah, TX $1,242,345

897 acres Quanah, TX

Hardeman County Texas Hunting Land, LLC Texas Hunting Land, LLC

Type: River Property

Size: 897 acres ~ Hardeman Red River Ranch Location: Located on a lightly traveled county road approximately 10 miles North of Quanah, Texas on the Red River in Hardeman County. Three hour drive from Fort Worth, Texas. Terrain: This Hardeman Red River Ranch is a prime recreational hunting ranch offering excellent hunting, outstanding views, lots of Red River Frontage, expansive slough areas, and countless other outdoor activities. The river ranch location is key for the prime wildlife habitat and the expansive MILE PLUS of river frontage, bottomland, and diverse terrain make the river ranch a phenomenal hunting environment for all sorts of wildlife. The property is very secluded but has excellent access and very minimal road exposure with two access points but only one having a short stretch of the county road actually bordering the tract with the other being the end of the road. The Southern area of the property consists of dense grassy fields and scattered cultivated fields. These grassy plots are home to bobwhite quail as well as a prime deer bedding area. As you move North on the ranch, there are several large draws that begin out of the landscape and are channeled toward the gamey Red River Bottom. These draws are lined with thick brush such as mesquite, hackberry, plum thickets, and various other brush. All sorts of wildlife are found travelling the draws from the field fields on top to the Red River Valley below. Some areas below the big bluffs have live springs and are are filled with hardwoods and various other brush. Huge Red Bluffs lie between the deep draws and allow excellent viewing of the bottomland below as well as scenic river views toward Oklahoma. The current owner has strategically managed the ranch for several years as well as installed Blind and Feeder setups in the most opportunistic areas to view and hunt wildlife. In the Red River bottom there is a rectangle man-made duck slough with a large island in the center. In the winter months the waterfowl flock to this area and the water table here is just a few feet deep if the new owner wanted to expand this waterfowl area. This waterfowl area of the ranch could be easily made much larger because of the shallow water table. Water can be hit just a couple feet below the surface allowing the vegetative area to be flooded for even more phenomenal waterfowl environments. Ducks are also found on the Red River and in a pond that has been dammed up with flooded timber throughout. The Hardeman River Ranch is a perfect getaway for the serious trophy hunter or a family ranch with activities for everyone. With a ranch offering so much, it is impossible to fully describe all the the great advantages of this property and must be seen in person! Improvements: Electricity, Water Well, Multiple Blind and Feeder Setups; Food Plot Areas; Fences are Good to Excellent, County Road All weather access, Good interior road system, Excellent Cultivation. Wildlife: Whitetail Deer, Quail, Turkey, Dove, Duck, Sandhill Cranes, Geese, Javelina, Wild Hogs, and Fishing on the Red River. Income: The cropland fields are currently being leased on a cash rent basis. The Native Pasture has not been grazed for many years to promote dense grasses and a perfect wildlife habitat. Minerals: Some minerals may be available with an acceptable contract. Price: $1,385 per acre Contact: Andrew Pennington - Listing Agent (940) 838-8112

721 acres Quanah, TX $998,585

721 acres Quanah, TX

Hardeman County Texas Hunting Land, LLC Texas Hunting Land, LLC

Type: Acreage w/House

Size: 721 acres Location: Located in Hardeman County just two miles Northwest of Quanah, Texas on Hamrick and Arkansas roads. Terrain: This ranch is an excellent hunting property with lots of habitat for all sorts of wildlife. It is comprised of rolling terrain with several flat areas that are currently used as food plots to help feed the wildlife and other grassy areas that are excellent for cattle grazing. The ranch changes from dense mesquite to native grass pastures to improved grasses and has plenty of forbs and edge areas to make for excellent quail habitat. The winter wheat food plots always have large number of wildlife feeding at them in the winter months. In the Fall months, some of these scattered food plots would offer outstanding dove hunting. The unbelievably tall and large blind near the back part of the ranch brings a new meaning box blind hunting. There are a couple of hackberry draws that are home to several flocks of turkey and they are also well traveled by large numbers of other game. In addition to great hunting, this ranch would also make a good cattle ranch with its excellent fences, well established grass pastures, and already setup cattle working facilities. Improvements: 1600 sq. ft. brick house; detached rock garage; two large shops(30x40 and a 40x60); two large grain bins; steel cattle corrals; all new steel perimeter fencing with some new cross-fencing; two solar water wells with tubs; one working windmill; two electric water wells, Huge 8 person 30 foot hunting blind that has many amenities of a house; several feeders. Wildlife: Whitetail Deer, Turkey, Quail, Dove, Wild Hogs. Price: $1,385 per acre Contact: Andrew Pennington - Listing Agent (940) 838-8112

640 acres Quanah, TX $640,000

640 acres Quanah, TX

Hardeman County Ben Belew & Beau Byars River Creek Land Sales

Type: Acreage

This section of land is located on the paved FM 2006, north of the King High community in Hardeman County, TX. It has lots of roll and elevation change to it, with sharp escarpments and draws that open up to flat pasture land. Approximately 110 +/- acres on the east side is in cultivation, which the owner has used to grow wheat in the past. Three water tanks across the property provide water for cattle and wildlife, all of which are large in size (two 1 acre basins, and one 4 acre). The pastures has lots of mesquite thickets and native grasses; some parts of the ranch are rougher and rockier than others. Hunting in this area of the county is excellent for whitetail deer and feral hog. Migratory ducks and geese will be found on the tanks and fields, and dove hunting around the wheat field in the Fall is good too. The property has perimeter fences and should be able to sustain 15 pairs annually. It would be suitable for a seasonal stocker operation as well. There is an old grain silo and set of pens off of the field. Electricity is available at the road. Most of the neighboring tracts are large, 700 - 2500 acres in size. Asking Price: $1000/acre (Surface estate only; there is some oil field activity on the ranch, with two active pump jacks and one inactive.) For more information, please contact land agent Beau Byars at cell phone (940) 224-3183.

407 acres Quanah, TX $590,150

407 acres Quanah, TX

Hardeman County Ben Belew & Beau Byars River Creek Land Sales

Type: Acreage w/House

This hunting ranch is set up and ready to go, with established food plots, blinds and feeders, Kubota tractor and implements, and furnished cabin! The property is located off of the paved FM 680 in the Hooleyan area of Hardeman County, on the southeast tip of the Texas Panhandle. It is within 20 minutes of Quanah and Childress, TX, and Hollis, OK, where feed and ranch supply stores are readily available, supermarkets, three municipal airports, and a Walmart. HUNTING: The ranch has been owned and maintained by the present owner for five years now, who has gone to great measures to increase its wildlife density. Six food plots, ranging from under one acre to fifteen acres in size, were carved out to create staging areas for hunting. Alfalfa, wheat, and rye have all been grown in the plots; the soils would be suitable for milo, oats, or other grain crops as well. The water table should support a small irrigation system if desired, as several of the surrounding ranches have pivots on them. The ranch has a total of 220 acres which could be cultivated into more food plots; the owner has intentionally left them fallow over the years, to create more grasses and brush for wildlife. In 2013, the old fallow farm land on the ranch, which is now in grasses, paid the owner $2900 through the FSA program. Six feeder pens (five 64' x 64', one 32' x 32') were put in too, to provide supplemental nutrition with corn and protein pellets. There are six spin feeders (2000#, 600#, and four 300#), and two protein feeders (1350# and 750#). All of this food from the plots and feeders has helped grow some enormous bucks, including a 14 point typical, 260 lb whitetail harvested in 2010 by bow, which scored a 135 net (151 gross) in Pope and Young. The ranch's game cameras showcase an impressive herd each year, with a good variance of young and old bucks, does and fawns. The owner has designated certain areas on the ranch as "sanctuaries", where no hunting is allowed; this ensures the animals have safe bedding areas and stay on site. Four of the plots and pens have tower blinds on them (16', 10', bowhunting, and a large blind big enough to sleep in). All of the blinds are equipped with chairs and heaters. The ranch's many shelterbelts, hills, and gulleys provide great locations to set up ground blinds and tree stands too. In addition to whitetail deer, the property also boasts high numbers of Rio Grande turkey and feral hog, plus bobcat, coyote, a few bobwhite coveys, and migratory dove in the fall. The owner has even found a mulie shed; while they are rare in this area of the county, Hardeman County does have a declared mule deer season. The ranch does not have much hunting pressure around it, with irrigated farms to the west, CRP pastures to the south and east, and two large ranches (2600 and 3000 acres) to the north. A 1400 acre tract joins the ranch on the east side as well. In consideration of growing even larger bucks, the owner once considered high fencing the property. He installed the posts on three sides, but never put up the net wire. Because this project isn't complete, you have the option of keeping the property as a low fence ranch, or finishing the high fence so you can breed and grow your own deer! LAND TERRAIN / VEGETATION: The Myrick Ranch lays in the sandy country of northwest Hardeman County, just a mile and half south of the Red River valley. The land has gentle rolling hills across it. The pastures are defined by wooded motts and shelterbelts, with tall range grasses and small brush cover, such as wild plum and yucca. A wide variety of trees will be found here, including elm, bodark, hackberry, scrub oak, locust, and chinaberry. Bluestem is a dominant grass in the pastures. The ranch has dense wooded areas that open up to secluded meadows, tree motts, open prairie country, and nice views all around. WATER FEATURES: The ranch has two water wells, and three small ponds that are fed by the wells. The ponds were set up for wildlife purposes. Two of the ponds are located directly at the well sites, and one is in the middle of the ranch, fed by 1200' of pipe line from one of the wells. Another 1500' of PVC line was recently laid on the north side, with the intentions of setting up another stock tank or pond. 600'+ of PVC will convey with the ranch, to assist in setting up other water sources. HUNTER'S CABIN and EXTRAS: At the headquarters is a cozy 20' x 12' cabin. This building is very well insulated. It has electricity ran to it from the public power lines at the road; a water line has been ran to it as well, but it would need to be tied into a well to be operational. A fiber optics line, for high speed internet and cable TV, is available at the road too. The cabin comes fully furnished, with two bunkbeds, table and chairs, linens, plates, and cooking utensils. It is plumbed for a shower and sink, and both are already installed. The cabin can easily accommodate six people on a weekend excursion. A large metal carport is attached to the front of the cabin, which doubles as a covered porch for relaxing and cooking out. A 40' storage car was brought in for storing feed sacks, equipment, tools, etc. It is large enough to house an ATV or small tractor. A 2007 Kubota L3400 tractor will convey with the sale as well. This tractor was bought brand new when the owner purchased the ranch. It comes complete with a front-end loader and all the implements - shredder, disk plow, seed drill, sprayer, box blade, and post driver. Other assorted ranch items will convey too, included a pile of t-posts, portable water tank, several stock tanks, wire fencing, odds and ends. Down one of the interior ranch roads a shooting range was set up, with markers for up to 300 yards. There is room to expand the range further if desired, and it is also a good place for clay pigeon target shooting as well. ASKING PRICE: $1450/acre (reduced from $1585/acre) The Myrick Ranch is being offered with all the improvements and personal items listed above, basically everything you need for this fantastic hunting operation. The property is ideal for a family or for a small hunting club of friends. CONTACT: Call land agent Ben Belew at cell phone (940) 357-9940 to set up a time for your personal viewing of this property.

12 acres Chillicothe, TX $349,950

12 acres Chillicothe, TX

Hardeman County Dane Mount Davis Vernon Real Estate

Type: Acreage w/House 4 Beds | 4 Baths | 2900 SqFt

This home is a large custom built home that was built in 2008 with over 2900 square feet. There is a large living area with gas fireplace and door leading out to nice patio area for grilling and outdoor sink. There are 4 bedrooms total with 3 bedrooms downstairs. The 4th bedroom could be used for large game room. The 3 bedrooms downstairs all have their own private bathroom. There is also an office that could be used as a 5th bedroom if needed. The master bath has a tankless gas water heater with thermostat control. The other 2 bathrooms share a tankless gas water heater as well. The kitchen opens to the living area. The appliances will stay with home including full sized refrigerator with side by side freezer, double convection oven, dishwasher, microwave, electric cooktop range and ice machine. All counter tops are solid quartz. The home has a water well, small shed for storage and a gravel driveway. CONTACT JIMMY CARR TO SEE THIS BEAUTIFUL PROPERTY AT 940-839-6152.

202 acres Quanah, TX $318,500

202 acres Quanah, TX

Hardeman County Ben Belew & Beau Byars River Creek Land Sales

Type: River Property

This northwest Texas ranch is located on Hardeman/Foard county line, approximately 200 miles from the DFW metroplex. It is protected on its north side by Copper Breaks State Park, a 1900 acre low-fence wildlife preserve, and bordered on its other sides by privately held farms and ranches, two of which are over 2000 acres large. The River Run Ranch (RRR) straddles the mainstream Pease River, providing frontage on both sides for over a half mile. Devil's Creek, which feeds a 90 acre lake on the state park, merges with the Pease just before it flows through the ranch, so it runs strong nearly all the time. During severe droughts the river can slow down to a trickle, but it normally runs in a smooth stream. The terrain of this unique ranch varies from steep 80' rock bluffs and rolling cedar covered hills to a sandy river bottom and dense wooded southern pasture, full of mature hackberry trees, bushy mesquite shrubs, and scattered cottonwoods. The Pease runs directly underneath the largest of these bluffs, along the middle of the north border. From this vantage point you can see up and down the river, all the pastures, hills, etc. In the distance to the south, Sugarloaf Mountain and Sloans Springs Canyon can be seen over the horizon. Hunting on RRR is fantastic, with 150+ scoring trophy whitetails, javelina herds, feral hogs, turkey, quail, wild cats, coyote! Virtually any species native to the area will be found on this ranch. The present owner has kept corn feeders going year around to establish consistent patterns with the wildlife. The hills and open pasture land are perfect for rifle hunting out of tower blinds, while the tall hardwoods allow for tree stands and excellent bowhunting. The ranch has a camp area on the north side, where utilities are set up for an RV. A community water line just east of the property can be tapped onto and ran to the campsite, if desired. There is a 40' metal storage container too, large enough to store all your hunting gear, corn sacks, coolers, and park a UTV to protect it from the weather. This means you can keep everything you need for a hunting trip right on sight, where it will be safe and waiting for you when you come back. The north pasture of the RRR is accessed by a deeded easement from Highway 6; the south pasture can only be reached by crossing the river from the north pasture. There are no vehicle roads on the property, only ATV trails. This was done on purpose, so that the fullness of the ranch can be taken in when going through it. Asking Price: $1575/acre I've been on very few similar-sized tracts in this area with such natural beauty. The views are long, the wildlife, abundant, and recreational opportunities, endless - hiking, hunting, camping, four-wheeling, horseback riding, stargazing. Call land agent Ben Belew at cell phone (940) 357-9940 to schedule a time for your private showing of the River Run Ranch.

160 acres Quanah, TX $208,000

160 acres Quanah, TX

Hardeman County Dane Mount Davis Vernon Real Estate

Type: Acreage

Hardeman County- 160 Acres +/- Located 5 miles north of Goodlett,TX on Hwy 680. Turns west on Newton Road. Property located on corner or Newton Road and Biggs Road. WATER Wet weather creek VEGETATION Native grasses Mesquite Hackberry PRICE: $1300/Acre Minerals available with accepted offer CALL JIMMY CARR AT 940-839-6152

158 acres Quanah, TX $189,600

158 acres Quanah, TX

Hardeman County Ben Belew & Beau Byars River Creek Land Sales

Type: Acreage

This ranch, located just a couple of miles northwest of the city of Quanah, is suitable for both whitetail deer hunting and livestock ranching. The property is solid mesquite cover. The grasses on the ranch consist largely of tall bluestem, which create good bedding areas for deer too. The properties surrounding the Cornerpost Ranch on the north and west have very dense thickets; to the east is a wheatfield, and to the south is a grass pasture. Lots of deer travel from the thick brush on the west through the Cornerpost to graze the wheat field on the east. There are plenty of open spaces on the ranch where 5-10 acre food plots could be put in as well, to help retain these deer. A large water tank sits off of a creek wash running through the southwest section of the ranch. This tank holds water most of the year due to the runoff it catches from the creek. The dove hunting is good around the tank, and it also pulls in deer. This wash channels runoff to the livewater South Groesbeck Creek, which lies just one mile west of the ranch. The Groesbeck Creek region is known for its good deer population, and this tract benefits from it. There is a water well on the east side, with an electric sub pump. A utility meter is already in place, and rural water is just 1/2 mile down the road, which makes this ranch a good place to build a home too. Other improvements include perimeter fences and public road frontage on two sides. The Cornerpost Ranch is a good combination of classic Texas ranching and whitetail deer hunting. As a bonus, the owner is willing to convey part of his mineral rights too! Asking Price: $1200/acre Call agent Ben Belew at cell phone (940) 357-9940 for more details and to view this ranch in person.

3.61 acres Quanah, TX $189,500

3.61 acres Quanah, TX

Hardeman County Ben Belew & Beau Byars River Creek Land Sales

Type: Acreage w/House 3 Beds | 1.75 Baths | 2224 SqFt

This is an absolutely beautiful home, with custom features and artistic design! Having underwent a complete renovation ten years ago, careful attention has been put into the smallest of details; the whole house speaks charm and warmth into every room you enter. It sits on a 3.61 acre tract, just south of the city of Quanah (pop. 2599), and also has a small shop/tack room with attached horse stalls, tool shed, and concrete cellar. THE HOUSE: The main house is approximately 1744 sq ft in size (per the tax district), with a 480 sq ft attached garage that the owner uses as an additional living room, for a total of 2224 sq ft of living space. There are two bedrooms, plus an additional bonus room off of the kitchen that has been used as a third bedroom. A full bathroom is in the hallway, and the master bedroom has its own private bathroom. This master suite has room for a king-sized bed and additional seating area, and has french door opening up to the back patio. Its attached bathroom has a huge vanity that spans two of the four walls of the room; the long walk-in shower has Mexican tile and a built-in sitting bench. The master suite has two large walk-in closets as well. Custom wood paneling and antique doors provide a rustic feeling in the room, while Berber carpet and textured walls maintain its late 20th century origin. The unique design of this home is found in the many wood beams, custom doors, cedar posts, and tin metal paneling, which create a Hill Country feel throughout the whole house. Each interior and exterior door in the house was custom designed and built. The large antique beams were brought here from a ranch in Gillespie County, Texas, just outside of Fredricksburg, as was the fireplace stone, cedar posts, landscaping rocks and imported Hill Country vegetation. The beams still have the original wooden pegs and cut notches in them that allowed them to hold up the barns and houses they were originally designed for. Since this house has a pier and beam foundation, these beams were incorporated into its structure during the renovation, so they provide a functional use, as well as aesthetic appeal. Besides the two large cedar-post framed windows, the fireplace is the key feature in the living room. Its many stones, which go from the floor to the ceiling, were each handpicked by the owner from the Gillespie County ranch; an antique wooden mantel and custom iron fireplace doors add additional charm. It is powered by natural gas and is remote control operated; its heat can be felt from the kitchen when its turned up high! The living room, kitchen, and dining room are all open to each other, and these indoor spaces naturally flow into the back and front patios for additional space when entertaining guests. The kitchen received new cabinets, appliances, and countertops during the owners renovation and blends well with surrounding decor. The dining room has a huge custom-built china hutch, which spans from wall to wall, and the owner is willing to convey this with the sale. All of the houses plumbing was updated during construction. There was also 18 of new attic insulation installed, new outside fiberglass insulated siding, new windows, and a new metal roof. A new $6500 AC unit was installed in 2013 for the house. Due to these upgrades, the home is extremely energy efficient and nearly dust free; the owners highest utility bill has been under $200. A two car carport was built on the front of the house, as well as the front and back patio awnings. The home sits some 165 off of Highway 6, and the driveway was recently repaved with asphalt going back to it. The property is metered with the Greenbelt Community water system. A 220 hookup for an RV is set up on the north side of the carport for traveling guests. The entrance, driveway, front and back yards have been beautifully landscaped in Hill Country design as well. Large natural stones were hauled all the way from Gillespie County to here and were used for accent stones, as well as patio pavers and walkways. Native plants, including yucca, prickly pear, hollowed cactus stumps, and wild perennials, have been artistically placed throughout the yard to create a year long color palette. ADDITIONAL BUILDINGS: A small shop is located in the back of the property, which has a partition wall dividing it in half so part of it can be used as a tack room. The shop has a wall air conditioner for the summer and a wood stove for the winter. Three horse stalls are attached to the shop, as well as one running lane. The stalls were built from pipe and have two large swinging doors that can be closed to keep the winter air off the animals, or opened to allow a summer breeze blow over them. Also in the back of the property is a large metal tool shed with concrete slab, where the owner keeps a Dixon mower, sprayer, etc. Electricity was ran underground to both the shop and shed, so no wire is visible. Only a few steps from the back door, just outside the yard, is a large concrete cellar that also has electricity ran to it. THE LAND: The property has 3.61 acres. A new fence was installed by the owner, which has thirteen pipe corners and cedar posts & stays. The owner used high quality Sheffield wire instead of standard barbed wire. The front entrance gate is remote control operated; there is another metal swing gate that leads to the back pasture at the end of the driveway. The house and its yard & driveway are fenced off separately, so animals in the pasture wont get into these areas. Different native grasses are in the pasture, including bermuda and gramma, perfect for horses or show animals. The land is flat, and there is plenty of room to ride, or put in a roping arena, round pen, barn, etc. Alfalfa and bermuda hay can be purchased locally from Hardeman County farmers. ASKING PRICE: The owner is offering the property for $189,500 with all of his owned mineral interests in the subject tract. No owner financing is available, but the broker can help arrange bank financing for any qualified buyers. (Price recently reduced from $245,000) CONTACT: For more information and to set up your personal tour of this unique Hardeman County homestead ranch, call land agent Beau Byars at cell phone (940) 224-3183.

147 acres Quanah, TX $154,350

147 acres Quanah, TX

Hardeman County Danny Havins Davis Vernon Real Estate

Type: Acreage

Hunting tract in Hardeman County, Texas! WILDLIFE Whitetail deer Quail Dove VEGETATION Mesquite trees Plum thickets Ragweed Sunflowers Native grasses IMPROVEMENTS One water tank Access to electricity and rural water Approximately 0.25 miles of frontage oh HWY 287 and 1.25 miles of frontage on County Road Call Danny Havins 940-839-5152

20 acres Quanah, TX $150,000

20 acres Quanah, TX

Hardeman County Ben Belew & Beau Byars River Creek Land Sales

Type: Commercial

20 +/- acres on Highway 287, located just outside of the city limits of Quanah, TX. This is a busy highway in Texas that receives approximately 80,000 cars/day at this location in north Texas. This site would be excellent to build a commercial truck stop, gas station, or shipping warehouse. The property sits where 285 meets 287, which is the cut-off to go to Georgia Pacific's sheetrock plant just a few miles away. As such, the 20 acres is bordered on 2 of its 3 sides by well trafficked roads. The city of Quanah is centrally located within 200 miles of Dallas/Fort Worth, Oklahoma City, Amarillo, Lubbock, and Abilene. Hwy 287 runs from the DFW metroplex to Amarillo and on through to Colorado. Asking Price: $7500/acre, or $150,000 Call land agent Ben Belew for more details - (940) 357-9940.

0.2 acres Quanah, TX $5,000

0.2 acres Quanah, TX

Hardeman County Kent Taylor 1881.com Investments

Type: Residential

* Quanah Texas * *2 Town Lots APN#: 03100-00114-00002-902100 LEGAL DESCRIPTION: South 60' of Lots 1 & 2 and the South 60' of the EAst 35' of Lot 3, Block 153, Original Townsite of Quanah. STATE: Texas COUNTY: Hardeman GENERAL LOCATION: 1004 Cain DRIVING DIRECTIONS: GENERAL ELEVATION: GENERAL INFORMATION: TYPE OF TERRAIN: level ZONING: residential POWER: at property line PHONE: at property line WATER: no. must install well or holding tank. SEWER: No. Only needed when/if you build. ROADS: paved PROPERTY TAX: $35 a year CLOSING/DOC. FEES: $90. TIME LIMIT TO BUILD: none ASSOCIATION DUES: none Owner Financing Available. No Qualifying. No credit checks.

0.25 acres Quanah, TX $5,000

0.25 acres Quanah, TX

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Type: Residential

* Quanah Texas * * 4 adjoining Town lots * SIZE: APN#: 05300-00010-00001-903100 LEGAL DESCRIPTION: Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, Block 10, Richardson addition to the City of Quanah STATE: Texas COUNTY: Hardeman GENERAL LOCATION: 700 Block 16th Street DRIVING DIRECTIONS: GENERAL ELEVATION: GENERAL INFORMATION: TYPE OF TERRAIN: ZONING: residential POWER: at property line PHONE: at property line WATER: no. must install well or holding tank. SEWER: No. Only needed when/if you build. ROADS: paved PROPERTY TAX: $35 a year CLOSING/DOC. FEES: $90. TIME LIMIT TO BUILD: none ASSOCIATION DUES: none Owner Financing Available. No Qualifying. No Credit Checks.
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