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A Place In The Country

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Mac Coalson, along with his son, McAllen, operate Coalson Real Estate, one of the most preeminent farm and ranch real estate offices in Tarrant, Wise, Jack, Palo Pinto, Young, Stephens, Erath, Hood and Somervell counties. Just recently they have co-listed one the most iconic ranches in the nation, Alice Walton’s Rocking W Ranch, located along the Parker/Palo Pinto county line in Millsap, Texas.

This 1,435.75 acre “Rocking W” Ranch is only 45 miles west of Fort Worth on Interstate 20. Rolling with native hardwood timber and abundant game. Park-like meadows with scattered hardwoods and good grasses. It offers three-quarters of a mile of a beautiful Brazos River frontage and large ponds stocked with plenty of fish! Mineral and water rights with production. 250 acres in lush coastal Bermuda. An incredible fully customized 4,000-plus-square-foot main home on a scenic ridge with gorgeous views. Guest and laborer’s quarters, a super nice 23-stall horse barn, covered arena, shops, barn, many horse and cattle paddocks. Privacy gate and an extensive paved driveway. This once-in-a-lifetime property is listed at $19.75 million.

1,436 Acres, Rocking W Ranch, Parker Co., TX from McAllen Coalson on Vimeo.

Mac Coalson, known for his knowledge of the land, has been selling real estate for almost 50 years and is often turned to when looking for “a place in the country”. Read this article, “Wide Open Spaces,” published in the Fort Worth Business CEO, by Jeff Hooper, showcasing Coalson’s expertise and savvy advice on purchasing farm and ranch property.

WIDE-OPEN SPACES

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Whether looking for just a place in the country or a working and producing farm or ranch, buyers have a number of issues to consider.

By Jeff Hooper

“Where the West Begins” is an apt moniker for Fort Worth, whose Western heritage dates to the fort established by Maj. Ripley A. Arnold in 1849 at the confluence of the West Fork and Clear Fork of the Trinity River. Fast-forward 166 years, and Fort Worth now stands as the nation’s 16th largest city. It is the home of a growing number of large and small businesses, new houses and highways, as well as many new retail and restaurant destinations.

But with all of our big-city amenities, many Fort Worth-area residents still long for the opportunity to enjoy the great outdoors. And when they make a decision for “a place in the country,” be it for a weekend home or a new permanent residence away from the hustle and bustle of the city, they often turn to experienced farm and ranch Realtors such as Mac Coalson of Weatherford for advice on purchasing acreage in the country.

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