East Texas ranches

Own the East Texas Ranch Where Horses Go to Play

By Shelby Skrhak | September 15, 2020 | Comments Off on Own the East Texas Ranch Where Horses Go to Play

See what makes East Texas unique on this beautiful and peaceful 142-acre ranch. With rolling terrain, green pasture, three ponds, and Cream Level Creek running through it, this property has the rural life you’ve been longing for. Located at the end of a quiet, single-lane road, this ranch property at 5951 CR 3803 is located […]

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East Texas Living in La Rue

By Shelby Skrhak | July 15, 2020 | Comments Off on East Texas Living in La Rue

This could be your Green Acres fantasy come true. With 40 acres of “land spreading out so far and wide,” escape to quant La Rue in East Texas for this beautifully-updated three-bedroom home featuring views of your own private lake and green pastures. This is the place to be. The 2,621-square-foot brick home, built in […]

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Luxury Ranch Roundup: East Texas Ranches That’ll Put a Spring in Your Step

By Amy Puchaty | July 27, 2018 | Comments Off on Luxury Ranch Roundup: East Texas Ranches That’ll Put a Spring in Your Step

Saddle up, folks, it’s time for our luxury ranch roundup! This week we found three sweet East Texas ranches that are among the best on the market right now. From a nationally renowned Longhorn cattle operation in Mineola, to a picturesque farm with bass stocked lake in Brenham, to an equestrian ranch with a reputation […]

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Spring Bass Fishing in East Texas Means House Candy & Fat Fish

By Candy Evans | April 10, 2014 | 1 Comment

We’ve looked at a few ski areas recently (namely Aspen and Taos), but as the temperatures warm and ski season begins to wrap up, it’s time to return closer to home and talk about the really important stuff: bass fishing!

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Ranch of the Week: Stunning Historical Landmark in Commerce, TX

By Kathryn Roan | April 4, 2014 | 1 Comment

This home is just so beautiful, so one-of-a-kind, I’m a bit at a loss for words. Built in 1914 by a prominent Commerce family, the John T. Knight home is a fully renovated masterpiece of charm and elegance. Mr. Knight was a big shot in this little town, serving as both the banker and the […]

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What Do People Want In Second Home Real Estate?

By Candy Evans | November 3, 2010 | 4 Comments

Value and a pretty darn good view — beachfront or mountain — that’s what people generally want when they seek second home real estate. After all, that’s the whole point of buying a second home, getting out of Dodge and enjoying peace, quiet and nature. But one thing has changed since the real estate bubble […]

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