Own a piece of Texas history! About 30 minutes from Dallas, this incredible Texas Hill Country Style ranch, once owned by Governor Bill Clements, is situated on 10 gorgeous acres complete with majestic trees and rolling pastures and views of the Dallas skyline, features two working barns with stables, tack room, arena and ranch hand/guest cottage. Great business opportunity as this could double perfectly for wedding venues, bed & breakfast, church & family retreat venues, dude ranch resort, vacation home as well as a personal residence and working ranch. This Texas stone home exudes Texas farm charm with its captivating veranda style porches and balconies overlooking breathtakingly beautiful pastoral views. Grand foyer overlooks stunning staircase, large family room, and gorgeous kitchen with hardwood floors running through most of the living areas and kitchen. Kitchen is complete with an abundance of custom wood cabinetry, upscale commercial style appliances and opens onto breakfast area with floor to ceiling Texas stone fireplace including beautiful custom mantle. Huge living area features custom built-ins, wood beam ceiling treatments, double French doors opening onto covered porch and massive floor to ceiling Texas stone fireplace. Master bedroom is complete with sitting area, trussell wood beam ceiling treatment, massive Texas stone fireplace, and double French doors opening onto covered porch. Lovely master bath includes separate vanities with makeup area, garden tub, shower and custom wood cabinets. Gigantic 2nd living area/game room/media room is complete with brick flooring, custom built-ins, and beautiful Texas stone fireplace. Guest bedroom/2nd master is complete with private full bath. Auxiliary bedroom/bunk room is complete with window seat and roomy closet. Other amenities include 5 Texas stone fireplaces, full horse facilities, pipe fencing, cross fenced, barb wire and metal fencing, and workshop/storage building with electricity. Rare opportunity to purchase this amazing Texas ranch awash in Texas history!
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