A Texas ranch with more than 100 acres of pristine real estate west of Fort Worth was recently put on the market.
The “Dolce Vita” or “Good Life” Ranch is a sprawling 130-acre property located approximately an hour and a half from Dallas and only 30 minutes from downtown Fort Worth, in the Park County city of Weatherford, Texas. Dolce Vita Ranch was listed for $7.6 million and is considered a model property for any landowner, rancher, or architecture enthusiast.
Dolce Vita Ranch is situated in the Cross Timbers Eco Region of Texas. With roughly 40-45% of the property considered open pastureland and 55-65% considered farmland with dense cover in many areas, the well-manicured ranch is ideal for wildlife and livestock.
The Texas ranch features three water wells that supply water to all improvements, three ponds, two stock tanks, and creek access to both sides of Sanchez Creek.
Dolce Vita’s main allure is an 11,080-square-foot, multi-level, Italian-style home that sits at the property’s highest point. The home features six bedrooms, six full baths, three half baths, and amenities such as a swimming pool, media room, library, game room, and a 3,700-bottle wine cellar.
In addition to Dolce Vita’s central lodging, the ranch includes a two-story guest house that overlooks the property’s main swimming pool area and a four-stall horse barn with two storage bays. The guest house consists of a central living area, a full kitchen, a dining area, a bedroom, and a full bath.
Dolce Vita Ranch is being marketed by The Burgher-Ray Ranch Group and represented by David Burgher and Harlan Ray of Dallas-based Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty.