A large 164-hectare horse farm with some historical ties to Texas has entered the real estate market in Spring Branch for $ 11.99 million.

The spectacular farm included a main house, original 1800s buildings and an equestrian center.

“The Indian Creek farm, which was sold by her husband as a gift for the 20th wedding anniversary, is an equestrian estate inhabited by the two best national champions of horses” On a cane “and a favorite of the Olympic team” Tsetserleg “” said in a release. “The seller came to the farm with one horse and turned it into world-class equestrian facilities with award-winning horses.”

According to the release, part of the agricultural land is part of 633 hectares, which the state transferred Erastus “Deaf” Smitha courier who served William B. Travis, who called Smith “the bravest of the brave in the Texas cause.”

Smith was headed to deliver letter from Travis – asking for reinforcements for Alam – to General Sam Houston when Alam fell.

The property where the farm is located was also originally a German settlement of the 1800s that has survived, the list says.

«It’s like an English country cottagewith original stone walls, ”said Mansion Global listing agent Nadia Black.

“The house is built over an original stone sheep barn that was built in the 1870s,” owner Christine Turner told Mansion Global. “It’s great to be over the barn, to hear the horses at night. The entire front of the house has windows overlooking 50 acres of paddocks, cross-country and arenas. ”

Property features include:

Spring Branch is a small community about 35 miles north of Alam.

The list contains Black along with Kelsey Bond from Douglas Eliman.

TJ Macías is a national real-time sports reporter for McClatchy based in Dallas / Fort Worth. TJ previously covered Dallas Mavericks and Texas Rangers matches for numerous media outlets, including 24/7 Sports and Mavs Maven (Sports Illustrated). Twitter: @TayloredSiren

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