Alluring Texas Home & Hunting Land For Sale: Who Wouldn’t Want To Live Here
This is a great place for living a fancy life but also lots of room, land, and things to do.
This Texas home in Randall County is everyone's dream location. Hunter's Canyon is located just south of the Canyon Country Club, and approximately 4 miles from the Canyon Square.
About the property
This magnificent ±340-acre property, just a short 10-minute drive from town, is a true masterpiece.
Nestled within a stunning landscape with over 1.5 miles of Palo Duro Creek winding through the property and offering paved access and frontage, this is your opportunity to own a piece of paradise.
A grand ±6,400 square foot lodge-type home stands as the crown jewel of this estate. The lodge’s design embraces the rustic elegance of the surroundings, with features such as a towering stone fireplace, timber beams, and expansive windows that frame the magnificent views.
Is there water on the property?
There are 3 water wells located on the property and an extensive water supply system. The main high-capacity well is drilled into the Santa Rosa Aquifer and a private water supply tank is available. The Palo Duro Creek meanders over 1.5 miles from the northwest corner of the property back to the southeast.
Can you hunt on the property?
This property is a haven for wildlife. Deer, turkey, bobcat, quail, and other native animals call this land their home, offering plentiful opportunities for hunting.
About the home
The lodge serves as your gateway to experiencing the great outdoors in style and comfort, along with horse facilities and guest housing. Whether as a primary residence, a vacation retreat, or an investment for future development, this property promises a lifestyle of unparalleled beauty and great opportunity in a growing community.
It offers 5 bedrooms, 6 bathrooms, 6402 square feet, and was built in 2008.
Take a look at this beautiful lot.
The price comes in at $7,200,000.
You can find out more here.
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