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6.09 Acres with 3/2 Home and Horse Barn near Abilene in Taylor County

This 6.09 acres near Abilene is set up for equine use plus has a 3/2 doublewide. The horse barn has 14 stalls that are 12 x 12 with slide doors, automatic waterers, concrete footing, and rubber mats. In addition to the stalls there are two 12 x 12 feed rooms, concrete hallway throughout the length of the barn, 12 x 24 tack room with outside door to load trailer, 12 x 12 wash rack with hot water, 12 x 12 medicine room with washing machine, all stalls have plugs for fans, high output florescent lights on timers, and automatic fly sprayer.

Other amenities include 2 four horse walkers, four 30 x 40 turn outs, three 10 x 30 turnouts, water piped to each pen, a round pen, 150 x 220 riding arena, 36 x 36 metal shop with electricity and water can also be overflow barn, 30 x 90 hay barn about 19 feet tall for ease of trailers backing in, and 3 RV 30 amp hookups. Electrical is run underground.

The double wide is a 3/2 and is conveniently located just steps from the horse barn. Everything is ready to use and offers a complete equine facility with home.

Stephens Ranch Hand Real Estate strives to represent all properties accurately. All information contained herein has been obtained from sources deemed reliable. However, no warranty or guarantee is made as to the accuracy of the information.Buyers brokers must be identified on the first contact, and must accompany buying prospect on first showing to be allowed the possibility of fee participation. If this condition is not met, fee participation will be at sole discretion of this firm. NO Trespassing on property.

 

$275,000

Listing Agent: Teresa Lee

 

 

 

 

 

 

           
           
           
           

 

 

 

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10130 US Hwy 283
Coleman, TX 76834
Phone: (325) 646-1229
Fax: (325) 646-1005

Teresa Stephens Lee, Broker

Agents:  Cindy Day, Jerry Don Lancaster, Ryder Lee, Jim Davis