Lone Oak Ranch is a beautiful ranch compound assembled over years by the former well known head of Dr Pepper. The amazing main house, the 5 acre lake with gazebo, and the cattle and horse facilities are all first class and almost impossible to reproduce.
Location: Lone Oak Ranch is located less than an hour from downtown Dallas in northeastern Collin County, Texas. Collin County is one of America’s fastest-growing counties in America, fueled by the numerous corporate headquarters that have located nearby. The ranch is approximately 6.8 miles northeast of Farmersville, 19 miles northwest of Greenville, 27 miles northeast of McKinney, and 52 miles northeast of Dallas.
Current use of the land: Land is currently being used for livestock, horses, agricultural and recreational purposes.
Improvements/Structures/Roads: This ranch compound centers around the spectacular 5,885 SF log home constructed of wooded logs from Utah. Enjoy spectacular long views of the ranch, the 5 acre lake and landscaped pool from the back deck of the main residence. The main house has 3 bedroom, 4.1 bath residence designed for year-round living and entertaining. The spacious gourmet eat-in kitchen is a chef’s delight with room for everyone to gather around a large center island and breakfast bar overlooking the great room. With high ceilings and wooden beams that run the length of the great room, the wood-burning slate fireplace and long wet bar are inviting and ideal for entertaining or a cozy weekend at home. The first floor master suite is private and serene with spa like bathroom, cozy loft area for reading and relaxing, wood-burning fireplace, and French doors that open out to a patio that overlooks the pool and 750 SF cabana. There are two guest suites up with a Juliet balcony overlooking great room below. The finished out basement includes a wine cellar, gameroom and the mechanical room for the house.
Just east of the main residence and pool area is the 2,800+SF guest house. This house with a wood-burning fireplace and open floorplan was built and designed by the same group that designed the main house. The back side of the guest house has double doors that open out to a patio that overlooks the beautiful pastures. Additionally, there is an indoor riding stable and horse barn, 1,600 SF detached garage/storage building, and a 625 SF storage building with a 10,000 gallon water tank.
The property is fenced and cross fenced for easy rotation of cattle and the corals and turn out for horses is great with pipe fencing. The roads to the property and from the front gate to the house are paved
Water: The ranch has good surface water including various stock ponds and creeks. Indian Creek, Arnold Creek, and Red Oak Creek all run through a portion of the property. Arnold Creek runs through majority of the center of the property. There is a 5 +/-AC Lake on the property and numerous ponds of various sizes throughout the ranch. There average rainfall for this area is 41 inches.
Potable water for the main house and the guest house is provided by the Frognot Water Supply in Blue Ridge, Texas. The size of the water line main on County Road 665 has been upgrades to ensure adequate water pressure to the residence and guest house. The water line leads directly to the 10,000 gallon water tank on the property, from there additional water lines run to the main house and the guest house.
Elevation/Topography/Soils: Majority of the ranch is rolling grassland type topography, with significant bottomland around the creeks. The elevation ranges from 600 ft above sea level on the south end of the ranch near the main residence to 531 +/- Ft near Arnold Creek. The soil is heavy black clay soil.
Oil and Gas/Minerals/Production: None conveyed.
This ranch is being offered For Sale and is Exclusively Listed by Harlan Ray & David Burgher of Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty.
Buyer’s brokers must be identified on first contact, and must accompany buying prospect on first showing to be allowed full fee participation. If this condition is not met, fee participation will be at sole discretion of the Listing Broker. Prospects may be required to provide proof of funds prior to scheduling a showing.