Looking for your dream equine facility - look no further! Situated southeast of Canyon on ±52 acres of native grass, you will find a beautiful custom built 4 bedroom, 3 bath, 2 stall garage home with a charming back covered living space with an outdoor rock, wood-burning fireplace. No details were overlooked! The 40x60 insulated horse barn boasts concrete floors, generous tack room with cabinets and a half bath, six 30-foot horse runs that are piped with cedar inserts with the ability to close off the additional 10x12 indoor pipe stalls, along with an outdoor wash rack. The west side of the barn includes 30x60 parking enclosed on 2 sides for RV, trailer, equipment or hay storage with RV hook-ups and sewer clean-outs available in 2 locations. All ropers will be pleased with the lighted, continual fencing with quarter rounds in the corners, 200x250 team roping arena and 40x250 calf lane that share a return alley and 3 cattle catch pens. In addition, power and air has been trenched to the roping boxes for the roping chutes. There is a 50-foot creosote plank and pipe round pen with sand located between the barn and arenas. Perimeter fencing is 5 strand barb wire, and 5 strand smooth wire for cross fencing. Four main turn-out pastures with water lines ran to each, plus numerous smaller horse pens equipped with sheds, electricity, and water availability. Pride of ownership is evident with this immaculately kept horse property! Water: There is one domestic well on the property that is drilled into the Santa Rosa Aquifer. The well is located inside a spray foam insulated well house. Water lines are ran to each pasture, making watering horses and livestock convenient. History: The custom built home was constructed by Jeff Thomas in 2018. The property has been used as a primary residence and the owners' personal horse training facility, along with boarding of some outside horses. Improvements: Beginning at the entrance are automatic gates for privacy and security, framed by the wood planked lined fence. The 4 bedroom home is approximately 2,284 square feet and features spray foam insulation, a large master suite and 3 additional bedrooms, one of which can be used as a bonus room for an office, play room or second living area. The entire house has vinyl plank flooring for easy cleaning, and an open floor plan. Rustic wood beams, barn doors, and stone fireplace welcome you into the main living room, leading into the kitchen with knotty alder cabinets, double ovens and large bar seating area. The dining area overlooks the large covered patio with outdoor rock fireplace, and spacious metal fenced backyard. Secluded master off of the kitchen that includes a retreat area for office space or extra sitting area. Just off the main living area is a guest bathroom, convenient for guests and second and third bedrooms. Additional bedrooms have ample closet space. The insulated horse barn is 40x60 with 16' sidewalls, no detail overlooked. Six 10x12 stalls that are pipe with cedar inserts and rubber mats, that turn out into 30-foot runs with sliding doors to close off stalls. The tack room is 12x18, with cedar walls and cabinets, and plumbing available, along with a bathroom inside the barn. The barn is on its own septic system. There are also two different RV hook-ups with sewer clean outs, and an outdoor wash rack with tie-ups behind the barn. Additionally, there is a 200x250 team roping arena and 40x250 calf lane that share a 12' return alley and 3 cattle catch pens at the rear of the arenas. Both arenas are lighted and have quarter rounds lined along the west end behind the roping boxes, along the corners of the team roping arena, and the east end of the calf lane. Power and air has been trenched to the roping boxes available to hook up roping chutes. A 50-foot round pen constructed of creosote plank and pipe is handy just outside the arenas. All perimeter fencing is 5 strand barbwire, and cross fencing is smooth wire. Abundant horse pens and turn-outs outside of the main barn, including (2) 32x50' pens with sheds; (3) 40x50' pens with 12x20 sheds that can be split. There are also two different equipment/hay sheds. Currently there is a batting cage frame, set in cement, that could be utilized to make another shed if desired. Landscape: The land is mostly flat and readily available for general agriculture uses. The soils here within are listed with accompanying percentages for area of interest totaling 100%: Pullman clay loam (PuB) 57.54%; Olton clay loam (OcB) 42.46%. Please see Soil Report for more details. Soils Report Zoning/Easements: The property is outside of any municipality so is not zoned. There are no known easements that would affect operation of the property. It is anticipated all existing easements will be identified by surveyors. Estimated Taxes: * $7,675.82 Water Conservation District: The property does not lie within a water conservation district of Texas. For more information see the Texas Water Development Board website. Area: The property is located in the southeast quadrant of Randall County, in Canyon ISD. Access: This property can be accessed on the south side by County Road 283.
Listing courtesy of JT Haynes from Triangle Realty, LLC