The historic 271 acre Fences Ranch delivers a breathtaking sunset view over the Bosque River. Famed McKinney York Architects designed the ranch headquarters restoration. Remnant stone walls have become the spine for a new residence & courtyard. Additions have been thoughtfully crafted to anchor the architecture in the heritage of the site. The recorded Historic Landmark states, “This is a rare example of a virtually complete 19th-century Cross Timbers farmstead. Thought to have been built in the early 1870s by James J. Wyatt, the Cumberland plan one-story rough limestone two room ranch house was altered in the 1890s by J. H. Boyd and modified in the 1930s & 1940s. Other structures in the ranch complex include a single-room masonry dugout, two stone barns, & a rock base for an elevated cistern.” An additional 2,416 sqft home is located a quarter mile from the main complex. The Bosque River boundary abounds with oak trees & a vast variety of wildlife often found in the western hayfields.