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Alice Walton’s Millsap ranch for sale

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Alice Walton, daughter of Wal-Mart co-founder Sam Walton, is selling her Rocking W Ranch. The price: $19,750,000.

“Rocking W Ranch is truly unique in its diversity and features a beautiful blend of improved pastures and wildlife-friendly native habitat,” said Allen Crumley, a farm and ranch specialist for Fort Worth-based Williams Trew Real Estate, which is offering the property.

The 1,435-acre ranch is located along the Parker-Palo Pinto County line in the town of Millsap.

The property is among the largest cutting horse ranches in Texas and is about 45 minutes west of Fort Worth along Interstate 20.

Rocking W Ranch includes professional equine facilities, hundreds of acres capable of producing Coastal Bermuda hay, and hunting terrain.

With the planned sale of Rocking W Ranch, Walton intends to focus on other priorities, including the Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art in Bentonville, Ark., which opened in 2011. She serves as chairwoman of the museum’s board.

“I have loved this business and this way of life,” Walton said in a news release. “But it is time for me to pull back and focus on other things that really matter to me.”

More information on Rocking W Ranch is available by contacting Crumley at 817-862-4459 or allen@williamstrew.com. The ranch is co-listed with Coalson Real Estate of Weatherford, Texas.

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