Located right in the heart of the region’s cutting, reining and quarter horse capital, sportsmen can live the quintessential Texas adventure at Celina Ranch, aka Kirk’s Rockin’ K, is the cat’s meow when it comes to luxury ranches. This baby comes complete with riding, training, shooting, showing and all the luxurious living you could desire plus some you haven’t even thought of, all just minutes from the style and sophistication of Dallas.
“Trophy Ranch” has become a trademark expression in Texas. Today, we bring you a property that defines it. Meet Lone Star Ranch, a premier East Texas Equestrian and Cattle Ranch on the north shore of Lake Bob Sandlin, just 90 minutes east of Downtown Dallas. The 8,250 square foot Hill Country style main house overlooks a negative edge, salt water pool, and wide-open spaces that go on for miles.
Howdy, folks, and welcome to Barefoot Farms. We’ve explored a lot of cute hobby farms, nice vacation homes, and quaint gentleman’s ranches here on Ranch of the Week. This is not one of those times. It’s time to cowgirl up a little (ok, a lot), and check out a real incoming-producing working horse property in Sanger, Texas.
This is Barefoot Farms, a 19.26-acre equestrian paradise for the serious horse trainer, breeder, or anyone aspiring to own a big-time boarding business.
There are six different living quarters on the property, including a charming three-bedroom two-bath main home that has been completely remodeled into the perfect practical owners’ quarters.
Barefoot Farms is really quite whimsical for such a hardcore horse property, which honestly, I just love about it. The guest quarters and ranch hand house have a country-chic southwestern feel that just makes you smile.
Alright, I’ll admit — what really made me smile about this amazing facility were the incredible equine amenities. This place is a horse lover’s dream. The six barns have more than 90 stalls, complete with multiple tack rooms, wash racks, and two hot walkers.
Thanks to this totally bi-polar winter we’ve been having here in Texas, everyone with an indoor arena is envied by the rest of us horse owners. This farm has not only a 120- x 200-foot covered arena, but also a covered round pen for your all-weather riding activities.
The full-size outdoor arena features all-around lights and a roping chute, and there are plenty (over 30) turnouts for your equine friends leisure time. All pastures have pipe-and-cable fencing.
There’s no doubt, Barefoot Farms is an absolute stunner. This paradise of equestrian bliss is offered for $1,600,000.00 by Ebby Halliday Realtor Andrea Bedell.