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Tabor Ranch

$3,400,000 Weatherford, TX 96± Deeded Acres

Executive Summary

The Tabor Ranch is a larger acreage tract in a coveted area northwest of Fort Worth and due north of Weatherford, with sought-after sandy soil. This estate offers most of the desirable features searched for in Parker County. A custom-built three-bedroom, three-bath home with game room, basement, and walk-in gun safe all built with energy efficiencies in mind utilizing solar power, triple pane windows, engineered from top to bottom to maximize the energy efficiency. In addition to the home, there is a barn with four covered and watered stalls, an arena set up for team roping, and a covered pen for warm-up or calf roping. Concluding the improvements with a shop, two-bedroom barn apartment, air-conditioned gym, and an abundance of covered parking for equipment. Balancing the agriculture and horse improvements, the property possesses a hunting and recreational aspect with a healthy mix of hardwoods, a creek and two ponds, as well as a development potential with paved road access on both sides of the property. All of these dynamics of the Tabor Ranch are diverse yet specifically unique when compared to other properties in the area. With the drastic increases in the cost of construction and land prices in the current market, properties like this one and specifically in this area are in high demand.

Just the Facts

  • Three-bedroom, three-bath home with a large open concept living and kitchen 
  • Triple pane windows 
  • Four zoned 20 seer air conditioning 
  • Foamed walls and ductwork 
  • Radiant barrier attic four solar fans 
  • Basement/safe room with walk-in safe
  • Two water wells 
  • Outdoor kitchen, fireplace
  • 60 X 65 foot shop with two lean-tos and four horse stalls 
  • Two-bedroom 800 square foot apartment above barn 
  • 180 X 140 foot outdoor arena 
  • 100 X 40 foot covered arena/round pen 
  • Fenced, cross-fenced, nine gates 
  • County road frontage providing access on two sides
  • No reservation of minerals is being made in the sale - seller does not believe to own any
  • No reservation of wind rights or any other surface rights being made – seller believes to own 100% wind rights 

Broker's Comments

In comparison to other ranches in the area, the Tabor Ranch is unique and diverse in the improvements that have been made and the ability to expand or explore other possibilities to develop. I believe it is a well above-average place with features many other “comparable properties” do not possess. When searching for comparable properties to structure a price, the attributes and possibilities the Tabor Ranch offers has made it difficult to fairly assess the property’s value. Replacement cost in terms of the price of land in the area and cost of construction makes this turnkey place hard to compare. 

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Located just northwest of Fort Worth in the heart of the cutting horse capital of Texas. Convenient to Weatherford proper on a county maintained paved road. The ever-growing town of Weatherford provides all of the basic needs including hardware, grocery, feed stores, gun stores, a regional hospital, big box stores, chain restaurants, and tons of local dives, entertainment, and restaurant options for a night out. Weatherford’s location has helped maintain an independent identity from the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex, yet its close proximity to one of the largest urban areas in the lower 48 has directly affected Weatherford as a whole. Locals find themselves able to maintain a rural lifestyle without sacrificing the conveniences and job opportunities of a major metropolitan area. Parker County is traditionally a conservative area with a low unemployment rate and a higher-than-average median income level. 


In Parker county the July high averages roughly 96 degrees, while the January low temperature is on average 29 degrees. Precipitation consists of 38 inches of rain a year on average, and 1-3 inches of snow in a typical year.

Aesthetic Considerations

A rare find in Parker County for its location, well-rounded opportunities and improvements, and future potential for equity in development opportunities.  


Parker County has a long history of its roots bound in western heritage, the horse industry, and everything that surrounds it, including legendary cattle drivers. Oliver Loving, Charles Goodnight, and Bose Ikard are just a few of the iconic cowboys that make up Weatherford's history. "Western" events abound throughout the year. The Goodnight-Loving Festival offers a wide variety of western arts, crafts, and activities, as well as the peach festival and several other community gatherings. Loving and Goodnight were both inspirations for the novel Lonesome Dove written by Larry McMurtry. The Parker County Frontier Days and Sheriff’s Posse Rodeo is one of the largest in Texas and holds true to the western heritage of Texas and the Parker County area specifically. 

Much of the city's commercial and industrial growth is directly related to its location to the metroplex. The city's major commercial and industrial employers find Weatherford attractive, offering the advantages of convenient access to the region's major transportation and shipping infrastructure without the disadvantages of being located within a major urban area.

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Acreage (Deeded & Leased)

Deeded Acres: 96±
Total Acres: 96±

Additional Information

Wind rights owned by the Seller will be conveyed with the sale.


Gorgeous three-bedroom, three-bath home with a large open concept living and kitchen, plus an outdoor kitchen and fireplace, that is perfect for entertaining friends and family. Other features include triple pane windows, four zoned 20 seer air conditioning, foamed walls and ductwork, radiant barrier attic four solar fans, and basement/safe room with walk-in safe.

Other improvements include two water wells and a 60 X 65 foot shop with two lean-tos and four horse stalls. There is a two-bedroom 800 square foot apartment above the barn. A 180 X 140 foot outdoor arena and 100 X 40 foot covered arena/round pen round out the improvements. The ranch is fenced and cross-fenced and has nine gates throughout.

Water Resources

Water resources at Tabor Ranch consists of well water and two tanks stocked with bass and catfish.

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Wildlife Resources

Wildlife at Tabor Ranch consists mostly of whitetail deer, feral hogs, Rio Grande turkey, dove, and varmints of all kinds. 

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General Operations

Tabor Ranch features a turnkey home and horse improvements that is ready to move in and use, or can be expanded with hunting and recreational aspects to further improve.

Grazing Resources

Stocking rates for Parker County: Improved Pasture – 1 animal unit per 2-3 acres Good Native Pasture – 1 animal unit per 8-10 acres (usually on rotation plan) Average Native Pasture – 1 animal unit per 12-18 acres Poor Native Pasture – 1 animal unit per 18+ acres

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