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Looks like all your getting is location, location, location. Not to mention pools, and crazy landscape. If you just want warmth, comfort, one floor living and sometimes spllit level living I agree that there are other affordable ranches out there. The writer of this story is just showing off the rich.
Texas.Rancher and HorseDoc911 are 100% right all so MSN should be listing Homes with Land for the working class!
I am looking for a Home in Texas and would like some advice for a location. I wish I could afford a RANCH but would be
Grateful to find a House where I had some space with tree's and Hill's around me.
If any one knows of an area in Texas I would like to know the location that does not cost
the price of flying around in Air Force ONE!!!
This is the DUMBEST, LAMEST article I've read on MSN in a while assembled by a guy who knows little about real estate and is trolling the Internet for anything to write without having to research much.
The ranch house never "screamed" tract housing; in Southern California these homes have almost always shown their individuality, along with being practical, cost-effective and having curbside appeal.
What shows the writer's ignorance is that he completely ignored California, which has many landmark residential ranch-home neighborhoods that still stand and are still beautiful. I just don't think "ranch house" and then leap to Philadelphia or Atlanta when it comes to residential architecture.