Kingsley, who died in 2019, was an award-winning country music radio host with nationally syndicated programming.In 1995, he moved from California to the 141-acre ranch in Weatherford

Now his widow Nan Kingsley, co-owner of a wellness company in Tennessee, is putting the property up for sale

“As a Jewish girl from Baltimore who has spent her career in New York City and Los Angeles, I never thought that in a million years I would be spending most of my life – which was 25 years out of 36 years me with Bob – in Weatherford, Texas, “Kingsley said in a statement,” The memories we shared building our home and converting the ranch into the dream property Bob always envisioned will stay with me forever. ” / p>

“I look forward to having another family experience in this unique and wonderful piece of Texas west of Fort Worth”

The Stephen Reich Group of Williams Trew Real Estate is marketing the property for sale in Parker County

The Bluestem Ranch has a 10438 square foot home with three bedrooms, a banquet room, two offices, and a home gym.There is a three bedroom guest house, horse stable with 19 stables and a covered arena

“With panoramic views, the breathtaking vistas of the Bluestem Ranch ignite the cowboy spirit that resides within each of us, Stephen Reich, the listing broker, said in a statement

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