OVERVIEW The quiet 177.31 acre +/- Quanah Valley ranch is situated in Bell County just north of Stillhouse Hollow Lake. With ample potential for grazing, hunting, hay production, and wildlife management, this property is just waiting to be embellished. Essentially “unimproved,” Quanah Valley ranch is attractive to a variety of suitors. A secluded building spot (above Eagle Ridge on the southern portion of the property) tucked amongst the trees affords magnificent views of sunrises, sunsets, and the beautiful Stillhouse Hollow Lake. The ranch has a well-established trail system in place that is easily traversed by an all-wheel drive vehicle. The property is entirely fenced on the perimeter while the ~50 acres +/- of interior pastureland is bounded by cross-fencing. Large oaks (including live, red, and post) and plentiful cedar trees provide ample cover for the local whitetail deer population. A small (~1/3 acre) tank sits on the northwestern portion of the property. The property is currently under a grazing lease for ~20 head of Charolais cattle. LOCATION With ~580 ft. of owned frontage along Quanah Valley Road, this property is located ~800 ft. south of FM 2410 and less than 9 miles west of I-35. The property is also less than 2.5 miles south of I-14/US-190. Dana Peak Park, along with its mountain biking and equestrian trails, boat ramp, and grill/picnic area, is less than 2 miles southeast of the property. The property is situated in Killeen ISD. UTILITIES The home has electricity (Oncor Electric Delivery) and water (City of Harker Heights) running to it, and is plumbed to a 750 gal. septic tank. There are believed to be approximately four water wells throughout the property. The property lies within the Clearwater Underground Water Conservation District. IMPROVEMENTS The property has a manufactured home, pole barn, and an old working corral. These improvements were not considered in the valuation of the property. LAND PROFILE ~86 acres comprising the eastern portion the property is Speck association soil with 1 to 8% slopes. A meandering 36 acre-strip in the center of the property contains Brackett association soil with 8 to 12% slopes while 35 acres of pastureland on the western portion of the property is Lewisville silty clay with 3 to 5% eroded slopes (see ‘Property Soils Map’ for additional details). The property’s topography ranges from approximately 745 ft. to 909 ft. above sea level. The Killeen/Belton area receives an average rainfall of 32.8” to 35.3” per year. ZONING & RESTRICTIONS The property is located entirely within the city of Harker Heights, and is zoned to R-1 (One-Family Dwelling District). TAXES 176.31 +/- acres is currently appraised under the 1-d-1 open space agricultural valuation method. STILLHOUSE HOLLOW LAKE Stillhouse Hollow (formerly Lampasas) Lake covers 6,430 surface acres and is located 16 miles upstream of the confluence of the Lampasas and Leon Rivers that flow into the Little River. The lake is located 5 miles southwest of Belton, Texas, and lies entirely within Bell County. The lake boasts some of the best fishing, camping, and boating in Central Texas. MINERAL RIGHTS Seller will not reserve any interest in mineral rights. Contact the listing agent for more details. FINANCING Conventional, Cash, Texas Veterans Land Program and other options are available. Contact the listing agent for more details. DIRECTIONS From I-35 N: Take exit 293B to merge onto I-14/US-190 W. Take the exit toward Simmons Rd/Farm to Market Rd 2410. Take E FM 2410 Rd to Quanah Valley Rd. Merge onto US-190 Frontage Rd W. Turn left onto Simmons Rd. Turn right onto E FM 2410 Rd. Turn left onto Quanah Valley Rd. SHOWINGS For showings, please contact the listing agent and provide a 24-hour notice. Buyer’s agent must be present at all showings.
5315 Quanah Valley Road Harker Heights Texas 76513
3 bedrooms, 2 baths