Find the Feel of Authentic Texas on Furst Ranch with Modern-day Cattle Baron Home | CandysDirt.com

Just 45 minutes from downtown Fort Worth or Dallas, I’ve found a paradise for horses and people. But in five minutes, you can be at a Starbucks, sipping a latte!

In real estate, if location is everything, imagine that location includes 127 rolling acres on one of the highest points in Southern Denton County. This is Furst Ranch

The beautiful acreage is only the beginning. Multiple residences dot the property from the 6,651-square-foot main house and 2,500-square-foot executive retreat to a 1,400-square-foot foreman’s house and two-bedroom artist’s cottage.

For horses, you’ll find huge paddocks bordered by contour fencing and shaded by mature oak trees, a 24-stall show barn with office, full bath, two wash racks, oversized tack room with coffee bar across from it. Outside, a 200-by-100 covered arena, Euro-style horse walker, covered round pen, and second uncovered arena.

It’s a grand ranch in true Texas tradition, fit for a modern-day cattle baron.

Find the Feel of Authentic Texas on Furst Ranch with Modern-day Cattle Baron Home | CandysDirt.com

Miles of new contour fencing, mature oaks, and rolling land make Furst Ranch a paradise for horses and people. It’s incredible to believe the property is just 20 minutes from DFW International Airport.

The property is co-brokered by Kim Hunter, Keller Williams DFW-Southlake, and Brad Johnson, Johnson Land and Home, LLC. I spoke to Kim who said: “Texas is known for legendary ranches but finding one this close to DFW with everything finished to such a high standard and attention to detail — like a Subzero refrigerator in the show barn office — is what makes Furst Ranch Estate one of a kind.”

On the market less than two weeks at the time of this story, Kim says she and Brad have already shown it several times.

“There’s simply nothing else like it, and the market understands that,” she said. “There’s a reason it’s not been available for 30 years.”

Can I give you a tour?

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