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2 Adobe Trail
2 Adobe Trl
Borger, TX
2 Bedrooms
$650
1221 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 10:54 AM
-Carpeted units! -Separated back yard -Pets welcome with a $15 pet rent per pet -Central Heat and Air -Nice quiet area -BBQ Grills and pinic area provided in the common areas! -All appliances included! -We pay Water!
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27 Adobe Trail
27 Adobe Trl
Borger, TX
2 Bedrooms
$700
1221 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 10:54 AM
Nice town home in Borger TX. All appliances included and Washer/Dryer included. Family atmosphere with large play areas for the kids. Pets welcome with a few restrictions. Water paid!
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115 Teague Street
115 Teague St
Borger, TX
3 Bedrooms
$645
1300 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 10:54 AM
Large 3 bed 2 bath 2 living areas 1300 sq ft Central heat and air Washer/Dryer Connections Large carport and shed in back yard Keeler Heights Addition $645 month $300 security deposit Pet Fee: $150 per pet non-refundable (no aggressive
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City GuideBorger
What's in a name? The city of Borger was named after an important businessman by the name of Asa Philip Borger, also known as "Ace." Borger established the Hutchinson County seat of Stinnett as well as a few other small communities in both Oklahoma and Texas. Ace found the place!
What's in a name? The city of Borger was named after an important businessman by the name of Asa Philip Borger, also known as "Ace." Borger established the Hutchinson County seat of Stinnett as well as a few other small communities in both Oklahoma and Texas. Ace found the place!

The community of Borger is the largest city in the county of Hutchinson, Texas. At the time of the 2010 census, the population was about 13,000 people in this busy community. This Amarillo suburb is home to a number of solid activities and attractions for residents, including the Borger Community Center which sponsors many events each year for people of all ages to enjoy.

Moving to Borger

So you're ready to find places for rent in Borger, Texas,? Whether you start in the center of town or near the more rural area by the country club, Borger has ample apartment homes, including premier apartments and many a studio for rent, as well as quality single-family homes to explore. You should be sure that you give yourself ample time to find a place in Borger -- a month or so will probably do the trick. There are a lot of rental options but their availability varies from month to month. To find the best spot for you to call home, check out the Borger News Herald classified section. You can look into online listings as well. And when you do find that rental that you love, you will need to have the information most landlords ask for available, including state-issued identification, a credit report, and proof of employment.

Moving to Borger
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So you're ready to find places for rent in Borger, Texas,? Whether you start in the center of town or near the more rural area by the country club, Borger has ample apartment homes, including premier apartments and many a studio for rent, as well as quality single-family homes to explore. You should be sure that you give yourself ample time to find a place in Borger -- a month or so will probably do the trick. There are a lot of rental options but their availability varies from month to month. To find the best spot for you to call home, check out the Borger News Herald classified section. You can look into online listings as well. And when you do find that rental that you love, you will need to have the information most landlords ask for available, including state-issued identification, a credit report, and proof of employment.

Neighborhoods

With short commute times averaging less than 15 minutes, getting around Borger is no problem. Still, most residents drive their own cars, as public transportation is somewhat limited.

Buna Vista: This centrally located neighborhood is the perfect spot to enjoy a great selection of apartments, condos, and single-family homes for rent. Residents love easy access to scenic Marcy Trail Park for fun in the sun. Pine Street Park is the spot for long walks and picnics, and you'll find many dining options along adjacent Route 207.

City Center: The name doesn't lie here, folks - this neighborhood is conveniently located right in the middle of downtown Borger. While it is the perfect place for single family homes of all sizes, this is also a good spot to look for apartments as well. There's a solid mix of owners and renters here. Nearby Huber Park is a great spot for hiking, biking, walking, and enjoying the city events often held here, while the Keeler Kiwanis Park is a pleasant spot to take the dog for a walk or get a little sun. It's Texas, it's sunny a lot here.

W Wilson Street / Opal Street: This quiet neighborhood is ideal for families looking to settle down, as there are a number of homes, townhouses, and large apartments here. The nearby Borger Country Club is a great place to catch a round of golf, go for a swim, take a tennis lesson, or relax for a day of pampering.

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With short commute times averaging less than 15 minutes, getting around Borger is no problem. Still, most residents drive their own cars, as public transportation is somewhat limited.

Buna Vista: This centrally located neighborhood is the perfect spot to enjoy a great selection of apartments, condos, and single-family homes for rent. Residents love easy access to scenic Marcy Trail Park for fun in the sun. Pine Street Park is the spot for long walks and picnics, and you'll find many dining options along adjacent Route 207.

City Center: The name doesn't lie here, folks - this neighborhood is conveniently located right in the middle of downtown Borger. While it is the perfect place for single family homes of all sizes, this is also a good spot to look for apartments as well. There's a solid mix of owners and renters here. Nearby Huber Park is a great spot for hiking, biking, walking, and enjoying the city events often held here, while the Keeler Kiwanis Park is a pleasant spot to take the dog for a walk or get a little sun. It's Texas, it's sunny a lot here.

W Wilson Street / Opal Street: This quiet neighborhood is ideal for families looking to settle down, as there are a number of homes, townhouses, and large apartments here. The nearby Borger Country Club is a great place to catch a round of golf, go for a swim, take a tennis lesson, or relax for a day of pampering.

Life in Borger, Texas

The city of Borger, Texas is a great place to enjoy warm and pleasant weather all year long. Spring and summer months are usually hot and sunny, so bring your sunscreen and a broad-brimmed hat when you're moving here. Fall and winter seasons tend to be mild and free from snow.

There is no shortage of fun to be had in the city of Borger. The Pride of Texas Carnival is one example, which kids and adults alike clamor to attend. It's time to hop on a Ferris wheel, play a carnival game, or grab a corn dog. Beloved Huber Park is also home to Borger's Summer Celebration. Here food, drinks, games, and a number of local business booths are open to the public. One of the best festivals Borger has to offer is the Christmas Business and Residential Lighting Contest - this special event takes place each holiday season, and is a great time to see the city decked out with beautiful lights and decorations.

Life in Borger, Texas
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The city of Borger, Texas is a great place to enjoy warm and pleasant weather all year long. Spring and summer months are usually hot and sunny, so bring your sunscreen and a broad-brimmed hat when you're moving here. Fall and winter seasons tend to be mild and free from snow.

There is no shortage of fun to be had in the city of Borger. The Pride of Texas Carnival is one example, which kids and adults alike clamor to attend. It's time to hop on a Ferris wheel, play a carnival game, or grab a corn dog. Beloved Huber Park is also home to Borger's Summer Celebration. Here food, drinks, games, and a number of local business booths are open to the public. One of the best festivals Borger has to offer is the Christmas Business and Residential Lighting Contest - this special event takes place each holiday season, and is a great time to see the city decked out with beautiful lights and decorations.

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City GuideBorger
What's in a name? The city of Borger was named after an important businessman by the name of Asa Philip Borger, also known as "Ace." Borger established the Hutchinson County seat of Stinnett as well as a few other small communities in both Oklahoma and Texas. Ace found the place!
What's in a name? The city of Borger was named after an important businessman by the name of Asa Philip Borger, also known as "Ace." Borger established the Hutchinson County seat of Stinnett as well as a few other small communities in both Oklahoma and Texas. Ace found the place!

The community of Borger is the largest city in the county of Hutchinson, Texas. At the time of the 2010 census, the population was about 13,000 people in this busy community. This Amarillo suburb is home to a number of solid activities and attractions for residents, including the Borger Community Center which sponsors many events each year for people of all ages to enjoy.

Moving to Borger

So you're ready to find places for rent in Borger, Texas,? Whether you start in the center of town or near the more rural area by the country club, Borger has ample apartment homes, including premier apartments and many a studio for rent, as well as quality single-family homes to explore. You should be sure that you give yourself ample time to find a place in Borger -- a month or so will probably do the trick. There are a lot of rental options but their availability varies from month to month. To find the best spot for you to call home, check out the Borger News Herald classified section. You can look into online listings as well. And when you do find that rental that you love, you will need to have the information most landlords ask for available, including state-issued identification, a credit report, and proof of employment.

Moving to Borger
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So you're ready to find places for rent in Borger, Texas,? Whether you start in the center of town or near the more rural area by the country club, Borger has ample apartment homes, including premier apartments and many a studio for rent, as well as quality single-family homes to explore. You should be sure that you give yourself ample time to find a place in Borger -- a month or so will probably do the trick. There are a lot of rental options but their availability varies from month to month. To find the best spot for you to call home, check out the Borger News Herald classified section. You can look into online listings as well. And when you do find that rental that you love, you will need to have the information most landlords ask for available, including state-issued identification, a credit report, and proof of employment.

Neighborhoods

With short commute times averaging less than 15 minutes, getting around Borger is no problem. Still, most residents drive their own cars, as public transportation is somewhat limited.

Buna Vista: This centrally located neighborhood is the perfect spot to enjoy a great selection of apartments, condos, and single-family homes for rent. Residents love easy access to scenic Marcy Trail Park for fun in the sun. Pine Street Park is the spot for long walks and picnics, and you'll find many dining options along adjacent Route 207.

City Center: The name doesn't lie here, folks - this neighborhood is conveniently located right in the middle of downtown Borger. While it is the perfect place for single family homes of all sizes, this is also a good spot to look for apartments as well. There's a solid mix of owners and renters here. Nearby Huber Park is a great spot for hiking, biking, walking, and enjoying the city events often held here, while the Keeler Kiwanis Park is a pleasant spot to take the dog for a walk or get a little sun. It's Texas, it's sunny a lot here.

W Wilson Street / Opal Street: This quiet neighborhood is ideal for families looking to settle down, as there are a number of homes, townhouses, and large apartments here. The nearby Borger Country Club is a great place to catch a round of golf, go for a swim, take a tennis lesson, or relax for a day of pampering.

Neighborhoods
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With short commute times averaging less than 15 minutes, getting around Borger is no problem. Still, most residents drive their own cars, as public transportation is somewhat limited.

Buna Vista: This centrally located neighborhood is the perfect spot to enjoy a great selection of apartments, condos, and single-family homes for rent. Residents love easy access to scenic Marcy Trail Park for fun in the sun. Pine Street Park is the spot for long walks and picnics, and you'll find many dining options along adjacent Route 207.

City Center: The name doesn't lie here, folks - this neighborhood is conveniently located right in the middle of downtown Borger. While it is the perfect place for single family homes of all sizes, this is also a good spot to look for apartments as well. There's a solid mix of owners and renters here. Nearby Huber Park is a great spot for hiking, biking, walking, and enjoying the city events often held here, while the Keeler Kiwanis Park is a pleasant spot to take the dog for a walk or get a little sun. It's Texas, it's sunny a lot here.

W Wilson Street / Opal Street: This quiet neighborhood is ideal for families looking to settle down, as there are a number of homes, townhouses, and large apartments here. The nearby Borger Country Club is a great place to catch a round of golf, go for a swim, take a tennis lesson, or relax for a day of pampering.

Life in Borger, Texas

The city of Borger, Texas is a great place to enjoy warm and pleasant weather all year long. Spring and summer months are usually hot and sunny, so bring your sunscreen and a broad-brimmed hat when you're moving here. Fall and winter seasons tend to be mild and free from snow.

There is no shortage of fun to be had in the city of Borger. The Pride of Texas Carnival is one example, which kids and adults alike clamor to attend. It's time to hop on a Ferris wheel, play a carnival game, or grab a corn dog. Beloved Huber Park is also home to Borger's Summer Celebration. Here food, drinks, games, and a number of local business booths are open to the public. One of the best festivals Borger has to offer is the Christmas Business and Residential Lighting Contest - this special event takes place each holiday season, and is a great time to see the city decked out with beautiful lights and decorations.

Life in Borger, Texas
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The city of Borger, Texas is a great place to enjoy warm and pleasant weather all year long. Spring and summer months are usually hot and sunny, so bring your sunscreen and a broad-brimmed hat when you're moving here. Fall and winter seasons tend to be mild and free from snow.

There is no shortage of fun to be had in the city of Borger. The Pride of Texas Carnival is one example, which kids and adults alike clamor to attend. It's time to hop on a Ferris wheel, play a carnival game, or grab a corn dog. Beloved Huber Park is also home to Borger's Summer Celebration. Here food, drinks, games, and a number of local business booths are open to the public. One of the best festivals Borger has to offer is the Christmas Business and Residential Lighting Contest - this special event takes place each holiday season, and is a great time to see the city decked out with beautiful lights and decorations.