Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty currently has listings of more than $1 billion in rural properties. The 111-acre Shooting Star Ranch is at 1600 Historic Lane in Cross Roads, TX.
The Texas residential market is white hot. Buyers far outstrip sellers, creating bidding wars for high-quality homes in great neighborhoods.
Just over the horizon within an hour to two-hour drive is a vast expanse of rural land that is attracting its own growing number of buyers.
An updated contemporary homes sits on this 122.19 acre equine facility in Valley View, Texas. Listed for $1,695,000. Photos / Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty
With the real estate market bullish across Texas, we asked our expert agents at Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty: What are the trends in recreational homes – ranches, lakes, mountains and beyond?
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There are many reasons to raise horses. We race and breed these beautiful animals, while horseback riding is one of the best activities for anyone from the most athletic to the disabled. It gets you outdoors, doing something physical, and working with a powerful horse is a thrill.
Just 35 minutes north of Dallas/Fort Worth on Interstate Highway 35 is one of the nation’s best horse-breeding regions. There you will find a 156-acre horse farm that offers the chance to indulge one’s passion for horses.
With the news that Toyota is relocating from California to Texas, interest in homes in and around Plano has increased. Here’s a look at the community, and some of the extraordinary homes there.
3501 Euclid Avenue | Highland Park | Sold by Michelle Wood
4433 Rawlins Street | Uptown | Sold by Terry Cook
710 CR 4130 | Iredell | Sold by Brenda Moerschell
5555 W. University Boulevard | Greenway Crest | Sold by Malinda Arvesen and Farrah German
5518 Wateka Drive | Greenway Parks | Sold by Claire Dewar
5322 Kelsey Road | Preston Hollow | Sold by Todd Terry and Ellen Terry
Don’t even think about traditional – the home at Rowe Ranch isn’t your typical ranch home.
With three bedrooms and three baths, the home, built in the 1990s, is designed for elegant living. It features vaulted ceilings, large windows to view the manicured grounds and decorative lighting. The kitchen has stainless-steel appliances and a built-in wine cooler.
The master suite, adjacent to the ranch office, has a sitting area with great views. The bath has a separate shower and separate vanities. Read More
Kirk’s Rockin’ K features over 15,000 square feet of main living space, heated pool, spa, wine cellar, two arenas, mare motel, ranch manager’s home, stall barn, equipment barn and more. Listed by Brian Luker for $15,000,000.
North Texas has many beautiful ranches within easy driving distance of the major cities, making it easier than ever to be a modern-day urban cowboy. The close-in ranches listed below offer opportunities for cattle-raising, water sports, hunting and more and can be viewed at ranch.briggsfreeman.com. Read More