Hartlee Field Ranch

Hartlee Field Ranch is a beautiful 652 acres with an extraordinary estate, barns workshops, and the historic Hartlee Field which provided flight training for military cadets in WW II.  Hartlee Field Airport 3XS0 is a maintained 2200 x 215 ft. turf runway with iconic steel hangars. According to the Texas Historical Commission, “During the war, more than 1,500,000 military personnel came to Texas for training. War-related industry lured farmers, small-town residents, and others into developing urban centers. Texas quickly became more urban than rural, with a net population growth of 33 percent, and the Great Depression faded into memory.”

Approximately 30 miles north of the DFW metroplex, the exquisite residence features four bedrooms, six full baths, two half baths, three large living areas, office, indoor half-court basketball court, storage above attic, oversized six car garage, and much more. Built in 2002, this magnificent home is graced with wide planked hardwoods floors, granite kitchens/bathrooms, high beamed ceilings, and finished to perfection. The upstairs outside porch has views where you can see for miles overlooking ponds, open lush pasture, and Clear Creek.

Denton is home to Regional Hospitals, The University of North Texas ( UNT), Texas Women’s University and Rayzor Ranch. The pastures are all fenced and crossed fence with good grasses for grazing and excellent fertile cropland for wheat or hay grazer. This offering is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to own a piece of history as well an excellent investment for future development. Adjoining 172 acres for purchase in addition to purchase of the 652 acres. 

Offered at $13,950,000 

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