Bluestem Ranch, the former home of late country music radio icon Bob Kingsley, is on the market and the asking price is $8.2 million.
Kingsley spent 28 years hosting the syndicated series “American Country Countdown” from 1987 to 2006. He then left the show to launch his own program with his wife, Nan Kingsley, “Bob Kingsley’s Country Top 40.” He died in 2019.
Kingsley has been inducted into both the National Radio Hall of Fame and the Country Radio Hall of Fame. The National Radio Hall of Fame describes Kingsley as “the most listened-to radio voice in country music history.” He’s also the namesake for the Grand Ole Opry’s Living Legend Award.
The 141-acre ranch is located in Weatherford, west of Fort Worth. It includes a 10,438-square-foot main home, plus a three-bedroom guest home, a 19-stall horse barn and a covered arena, according to FOX Business.
The huge main home has three bedrooms, three bathrooms, three half-baths, two offices, a climate-controlled wine room and a gym. The eat-in kitchen includes a breakfast bar and a walk-in pantry. The home also features a large rustic style banquet hall with beamed cathedral ceilings and plenty of windows to observe the views.
The primary bedroom suite has a tray ceiling, while the huge bathroom has an oversize walk-in shower, a large garden tub and a chandelier.