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Equestrian Properties

Embrace Easy Western Living At This Taos Valley Ranch

By Amy Puchaty | April 30, 2020 | Comments Off on Embrace Easy Western Living At This Taos Valley Ranch

Kick the quarantine blues to the curb with this Taos Valley Ranch that fully embraces the Western way of life. With 12-bedrooms, 11.5-bathrooms, and a whole lot of amenities, the entire family can join you too! Let’s take a peek around. A Taos Valley Gem With 360-degree Mountain Views First, this is not your ordinary […]

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Megadeth, Mega Luxury: Guitarist Lists Tennessee Home

By Bethany Erickson | October 25, 2019 | Comments Off on Megadeth, Mega Luxury: Guitarist Lists Tennessee Home

Megadeth guitarist and lead vocalist Dave Mustaine has listed his Franklin, Tennessee, equestrian estate for just shy of $2.5 million, Variety reported last week. If “metal guitarist sells equestrian estate” seems like a sentence that would be the product one of those refrigerator magnet games, rest assured Mustaine’s 10-acre property is indeed the real deal, […]

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From CandysDirt: The Britannia Group Points Compass at Town and Country

By Bethany Erickson | January 25, 2019 | Comments Off on From CandysDirt: The Britannia Group Points Compass at Town and Country

When two Brits get together — each with impressive track records in the real estate market — you can rest assured that their combined market knowledge is a powerful force. That is very much the case now that Mark Godson and Catherine Thorpe-Lambert have joined forces with Compass Real Estate to form The Britannia Group, combining their decades of experience […]

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Equestrian Subdivisions: Yea or Neigh?

By Kathryn Roan | May 19, 2016 | 1 Comment

For better or worse, current boarding barn arrangements are often front-and-center on the list of concerns brought to me by virgin horse property buyers. Moving to horse property represents freedom — freedom to feed your horses whatever you’d like, turn them out whenever you’d like, provide as many shavings in their stalls as you want, feed any supplement […]

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The Evolution of Farm Ownership — Part 3: When to Move the Horses

By Kathryn Roan | February 9, 2016 | Comments Off on The Evolution of Farm Ownership — Part 3: When to Move the Horses

I found myself staring at the computer screen. The blinking cursor on the Farm and Ranch Contract drummed a little beat to the tune of “What exactly am I doing here?” There were so many things wrong with this property, it was hard to know where to even begin. In fact, the problems began off […]

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Ranch of the Week: Gentleman’s Ranch Just Minutes from Dallas in Reno, TX

By Kathryn Roan | July 7, 2014 | Comments Off on Ranch of the Week: Gentleman’s Ranch Just Minutes from Dallas in Reno, TX

Secluded, quiet, and peaceful, this darling ranch on 26 acres in Parker County is just what the doctor ordered for a weekend getaway from Dallas. Looking more like a Hill Country castle than a West DFW ranch, the stone encased custom home features raw repurposed wood, wraparound porches, a wide open modern floorplan, and plenty […]

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