319 Verna Trail North
Within this 50-acres, the 11 pastures have been thoughtfully placed. All of them are fully pipe-fenced and watered. The natural beauty of the property is impressive. A small canyon crosses through the middle, and at the back flows Live Oak Creek where tons of local wildlife make their home.
The barn is a horse owners dream and has a separate entrance from the main residence. The 8 oversized stalls all have 30' runs on the back and open into the extra-wide barn alley with a rubber-tiled floor. The tack room has a saddle closet that is conveniently accessed by an automatic overhead door from the barn alley. There is a large utility room/kitchen, office, bathroom, and shop. Also in the barn are two interior bays where you can park a full-sized motor coach and a large horse trailer with living quarters.
The two guest houses each have 2 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms and are similarly and very tastefully styled like the main house. They are perfect for occasional guests or a full-time resident. The ranch hand house has 2 bedrooms and 1 bathroom and is adjacent to the hay and commodity barn.
50 acres in the city limits with an AG exemption
2 2-bedroom casitas, employee house
8 oversized stall barn with tack, office, trailer and motor coach storage
11 pipe-fenced pastures with run-ins
11 miles to downtown Fort Worth
11 miles to Meacham Field
8 oversized 17 x 18 stalls with 30 runs
Extra wide alleyway tiled with rubber tiles
Office with sink and copper countertop
Kitchen with oversized commercial washer and dryer
Large wash/grooming/vet bay with hot water
Tack room with easy-to-access saddle storage with overhead door
Large interior motorhome bay
Large interior show trailer or car storage bay
Casita One is 1520 sqft 2 bed | 2 bath
Casita Two is 1390 sqft 2 bed | 2 bath
1390 sqft 2 bed | 1 bath and attached to the hay barn
11 pipe-fenced pasture with run-ins and buried water lines
70 x 55 equipment and storage barn
50 x 40 Haybarn
Property runs off a well and has city water. Can be switched either way at will.
Live Oak Creek flows through the back of the property
Separate entrance for the barn and casita area