If you’re like me, juggling working at home with the added title of your children’s remote learning teacher, then you need to watch this video. Better yet, you need this rolling nearly 100-acre property listed by the East Texas experts at Steve Grant Real Estate as your family’s own legacy ranch. Did you watch it? […]Read More
See what makes East Texas unique on this beautiful and peaceful 142-acre ranch. With rolling terrain, green pasture, three ponds, and Cream Level Creek running through it, this property has the rural life you’ve been longing for. Located at the end of a quiet, single-lane road, this ranch property at 5951 CR 3803 is located […]Read More
Saddle up folks, it’s time for our luxury ranch roundup! This week we found three sweet East Texas ranches that are among the best on the market right now. From a nationally renowned Longhorn cattle operation in Mineola, to a picturesque farm with bass stocked lake in Brenham, to an equestrian ranch with a reputation for breeding […]Read More
Come March, a unique East Texas property will be available via auction, which is quickly becoming the best way to pick up big, beautiful real estate. The iconic Timber Creek Ranch in Winnsboro is up for auction, and CandysDirt.com is hosting a pre-auction preview and barbecue there this Saturday, February 24, from 11 a.m. to 2 […]Read More
Is there a more perfect last name for an equestrian than “Roan”? Seriously, we think Kathryn Roan, an Ebby Halliday Realtor with Texas Equestrian Properties, was made for this business. With only a year under her belt as a Realtor, Kathryn already has excellent perspective on the market.
You’ll be seeing more of Kathryn on SecondShelters.com, and occasionally on CandysDirt.com, too, as our farm and ranch correspondent. We’re thrilled to have this talented Realtor and horse-lover on our team.
Want to find out about this lovely gal? Our Q&A with Kathryn is after the jump!Read More
SecondShelters.com hosts contributor Dallas Addison today to talk about how conservation strategies should benefit all developments in the long run. For his article, Addison uses Cross Pines Ranch, a 40-lot conservation-oriented second home community in East Texas, as an example of how keeping an eye on conservation can help preserve Texas land. “While there is a powerful […]Read More