On the Cover: El Milagro Trophy Equestrian Estate

The featured property on the cover of this winter's issue of Texas LAND magazine, El Milagro Retreat, is an upscale equestrian paradise that reflects unparalleled quality and distinction. It is listed for sale at $8.5 million by Burgher-Ray Ranch Sales.
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Texas LAND Winter 2017 issue
This article appears on the cover of the Winter 2017 issue of Texas LAND magazine. Click here to subscribe!

Located just north of Lake Lewisville, El Milagro stands out among the crowd. Just 35 minutes from the Park Cities and Preston Hollow neighborhoods in North Dallas, this property is an example of only the finest facilities and equipment to take care of the most sophisticated equestrian individuals. The pristine barn is centrally located between the custom-built, two-story 8,000-square-foot residence, beautiful pastures and turnouts, and two arenas. The residence is a true masterpiece of indoor and outdoor living with plenty of room for entertaining and several fireplaces to curl up near on a cool fall evening. The main barn is complete with concrete alleyways, ten stalls and a manager’s office. Though the property was originally constructed to focus on English riding styles such as hunter jumper and dressage, the property lends itself to a wide variety of equestrian disciplines.

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