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Palo Pinto County’s Oldest Home (1872) in prime location with 340 Acres, bunk house and reconstructed period 4 stall barn from New York. Driving to this property is like going back in time. There are a lot of elevation changes, trees, and natural grasses and beautiful neighboring ranches. Property is protected by superbly maintained metal fences and security gate. The approach to the house and parking areas is impressive. A large life-size long horn steer greets you as you arrive. The original house is meticulously reconstructed with period looking appliances and furnishings. Owner spent 1,000,000 on reconstruction. A bunk house supplies additional sleeping, bath, loft, and kitchenette. The period barn was imported from New York and took 18 Amish craftsmen to reassemble. Enjoy your own fishing and swimming lake and hunting and ATV sporting on the many trails. A drive to the top of the hill has breath taking views of the property.
Directions: DFW Take I-30 W 29.3 miles, Take R on 405 Ric Williamson Hwy, go 2.4 miles L on US 180 W, 11 miles R on US 180 W 4.1 miles R on Garret Morris Pkwy 1 mile L on NE 23rd St 1.7 miles R on N US Hwy 281 .6 miles L on FM 3027 2.7 miles R on Union Hill-Rd 1.9 miles Gate at 1869 Union Hill Rd
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Listed By: Marilyn Hoffman of Hoffman Int'l., Properties