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Ranch of the Week: Grand Texas Country Home in Italy, TX

By Kathryn Roan | June 6, 2014 | Comments Off on Ranch of the Week: Grand Texas Country Home in Italy, TX

Well, looky here! Surely this charmer is someone’s dreamhome. Located within the magical one hour bubble from D/FW in Italy (pronounced It-LEE, if you’re a local), this stunning estate on 33 white-fenced acres is sure to please. If you haven’t visited yet, Italy is a lovely community with many ridiculously awesome horse farms and ranches, […]

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Ranch of the Week: A True Texas Country Mansion

By Kathryn Roan | May 23, 2014 | 2 Comments

Wow, check this gorgeous place out. Sitting high on a hilltop with stunning views in all directions, the ranchtopia at 11812 County Road 1104 in Celina is a massive spared-no-expense masterpiece of Texas charm. Everything is bigger and better in Texas, and this 21.416 acre horse property is absolutely no exception.

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Ranch of the Week: Turn-Key Equestrian Property Right in the City

By Kathryn Roan | April 18, 2014 | Comments Off on Ranch of the Week: Turn-Key Equestrian Property Right in the City

Horse People, take a look! Here we have the famed purple unicorn combination of acreage, a real barn, turn-outs, not ginormous home, and close enough to the city that you can actually run a business or drop into the city with ease. The 19.44 acre property even has several rentals or barn help homes on […]

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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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Ranch of the Week: Dreams of Warmer Days

By Kathryn Roan | February 7, 2014 | Comments Off on Ranch of the Week: Dreams of Warmer Days

At the sincere risk of redundancy, I’m going to join the whine-train and whimper about the weather a little bit. I’m cold. My horses are cold. I’m merely assuming all my toes are still attached. My entire property has that wet, turtle pond smell that we all know and love. Come spring, it will be […]

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