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It is easy for most Texans (native or naturalized) to talk Farm and Ranch. In our part of the world it is hard to escape the impact that raising cattle, working the land, and world-class hunting has on the culture. However, finding highly skilled Farm and Ranch real estate specialists is rare. The discipline requires a depth of expertise that not only encompasses buying and selling rural property, but also requires livestock, land management, and special financing knowledge. Our team literally grew up on ranches and on horseback and can put to work a lifetime of knowledge. And if you would like a Farm or Ranch elsewhere, we know people just like us worldwide.

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Twin Mountain Ranch, Erath County, TX

Located in the extreme northwest quadrant of Erath County these ~335 acres offer sanctuary from urban scuttle yet close enough to have you back to the grind in about an hour...¦if you must.

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Quarter Oak Ranch, Gainseville, TX

Equestrian estate made for living, riding and entertaining on a grand scale. Built in 2018, the fully insulated, 2-story show barn includes 44 stalls, 4 wash-racks, 2 tack rooms, 4 apts., Nelson auto-waters and office.

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Rafter 28 Ranch, Alvarado, TX

Rafter 28 Ranch in Alvarado, Texas

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Circle N Ranch

Circle N Ranch in Mineral Wells, Texas located on the Brazos River

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Consider the virtues of farms, farmhouses, farming estates, and old ranch homes in the luxury category: Heritage farmland, an organic farm property or smallholding, a plantation, dairy farm or cattle ranch can combine rural splendor with the comforts of down-home living, complete seclusion and communion with the land. These farming estates, these working ranches offer it all: farm-to-table food production, total privacy, fenced pasture or open land, wilderness access, scenic views, world-class recreation, and hunting land.

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Whether your choice is to experience the lifestyle of a traditional farming estate with arable fields, grasslands, meadows, and groves, barns for livestock animals, and stable yards for horses; a country manor with woodland and vale for field sports or big-game hunting; a sporting lodge with a pond, stream, or lake for angling or fly-fishing; or a prairie home surrounded by vast, wide-open ranchland. Expect interiors with charming, rustic touches, a country kitchen for family gatherings, ample bedrooms for residents, staff, and guests, mud rooms and tack rooms, perhaps even a roaring hearth or stone fireplace as a romantic focal point. In our portfolio, you’ll find a bounty of farming estates ranging from windswept estancias in the foothills of the Andes, working ranches in the American West to classic colonial farms in New England and game reserves in the Scottish Highlands.

Del Dios Ranch: Rancho Santa Fe's Modernist Marvel

Del Dios Ranch is an expansive estate that brings distinctive modernist style and materials to its ultra-exclusive location...

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Architecture Of The Desert

The Desert Southwest is a landscape of painted skies, red rock mesas, fragrant piñon pine, and earthen-hued Pueblo-style drawings

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Landed Gentry

With acres of mountain views, hunting grounds, pastures, and vineyards, these fine estates showcase just a few of the pleasures to be had when living on 100 acres or more...

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Farm-to-Table Living: Gardens, Greenhouses, & Groves

From the Garden of England to Oregon wine country, these rural retreats give farming glamorous appeal...

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