Solar/wind-powered survival/working-farm property with a 4 bedroom 2-1/2 bath Solitaire double-wide manufactured home (2240 sq ft, 2x6 walls, permanently attached to property) on 8.4 acres plus 1.2 acres driveway easement in Quanah TX, Hardeman County. All bedrooms have walk-in closets and ceiling fans. The living room and family rooms have ceiling fans as well, and there is a gas fireplace in each of these rooms.
The property has a functioning well with a new 240V pump. The 24'x48'x16' barn/workshop is a welded-frame all-steel structure with a 30'x48' overhang shed area on the east side and a 14'x24' overhang shed area with 16 solar panels on the steel roof facing south. There are two wind generators in this area also.
There are two chicken coops and two large-animal sheds as well as a corral, three fenced pastures, and a round pen. The current tilled area for growing food is about ¾ acre plus a 24'x24' greenhouse with gas and electricity for heating it and a water spigot inside. Some crops and herbs have been planted, and more are being planted. There are 20 young fruit trees growing also.
Solar and wind power operate the barn, well, greenhouse, and chicken coops. Plans are to extend it to the house; we just haven't gotten that far yet. The well can be extended to the house also. Currently the house is connected to city water and electricity, and has a septic system.
The property perimeter is fenced and the backyard has a fenced area for pets. There is a large fire pit and a firing range for practice shooting. Several small ponds have been dug.
There are possibly two wind farms to be built in Hardeman County this year which may provide employment opportunities.
Quanah is a very nice town. The people are friendly (as they generally are in Texas) and there are a number of Christian denominational churches. Several community fairs are organized throughout the year. There is a Farmers Market in Vernon 30 miles east for selling your extra produce and herbs.