Wow! I knew we had some expensive beautiful houses in the Texarkana area but this? This gorgeous house is on the market for $19,950,000. Talk about a dream house or actually a dream ranch.
This is not only a house but a cattle ranch. The description of the house on Realtor.com states that it's not just a home but a cattle ranch.
2200 acre cattle ranch and pecan orchard for sale in Texarkana TX , Property produces dual income and is an investors dream. There are 7000 mature pecan trees in the orchard and the ranch will easily run 700 AU's.
This Property Has 6 Houses
Not only that but there are 6 houses on the land. Two of which are custom homes where one is over 9,000 square feet and the other over 8,000. Would that be one for you and the other for your inlaws? The other four homes work well for the ranch hands. The property is located off of Summerhill Road 1352 FM 1397 in Texarkana, TX
Here's a look at the first house. Imagine driving up to this!
Inside this first house is, how should I say...too die for! At 9,500 square ft with 3 bedrooms, 3 living rooms,5 baths, an exercise room and library.
Oh and that kitchen!
One of the bedrooms and I can only imagine the master bath.
The Second House is Just as Stunning as The First
And for the inlaws, this house has 5 bedrooms and 5 baths perfect for all the grandkids! 8300 sq. ft, 5 bedrooms, 5 bath, 2 living areas, a music room, butlers pantry and exercise room.
This is a beautiful living area. Now, this is my kind of ranch house!
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