This is the property that most of us cannot afford but we have to see the listing and the photos because it’s right down the road from us. This amazing real estate listing in Tyler is mesmerizing with over 1,200 acres of land in East Texas. Located just a bit northwest of the Tyler Pounds Regional Airport on the other side of Toll 49 is where you can find the Rio Neches Ranch which is now for sale but you’re going to need deep pockets as the list price is currently $26,500,000.  

Tony Richey via Realtor.com
Tony Richey via Realtor.com
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This property is one that we could talk about for a long period of time, but I will give you a quick overview and then let you look at all of the amazing photos. The main house has six bedrooms, five full bathrooms, one half bathroom, and a total of 9,000 square feet. Beyond the unbelievable main house there are also 2 training barns, a round pen and numerous paddocks close to the equestrian arena. There is a foreman’s house, 2 rock houses and apartments to make sure there is plenty of room for friends, family and workers. 

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Heaven Outdoors 

The ranch is perfect for a large hay or cattle operation as it was the home of the Rio Neches Cattle Co. There is also miles of Sabine River frontage which makes for fantastic hunting. There is a 40-acre lake if you like to fish or jump in the water to cool off. Plus, miles of trails for ATV’s or horseback riding. 

Tony Richey via Realtor.com
Tony Richey via Realtor.com
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Winery on Property 

The property is also home to the Pelle Legna Vineyards and Winery which makes some fabulous wine, you can see part of the set up in the pictures below. This property might be expensive, but it has everything you could ever want.  

Rio Neches Ranch For Sale in Tyler, Texas

1,200+ acres of gorgeous property for sale in Tyler, Texas. You won't find many properties offering you more than this place.

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