Most of the Texas pastoralists know the name of Anne Marion, an art worker and oil heiress who grew up in Fort Worth, and the property associated with her name. One such ranch in Jackson, Wyoming, entered the real estate market for $ 45 million.
Despite the fact that the expansive estate is located on a stunning 146 acres, it is just over half of the area of the famous Ranch Four Sixes in Texas – property that belonged to Marion and her family.
Marion, who died in 2020 of lung cancer, bought the main home of nearly 8,000 square feet for $ 5 million and later extended the Jackson Hole property, Reported by Dirt. In addition to the huge main house, there is also a 3,618 square foot guesthouse on another plot of land.
The more spacious home has a kitchen-dining room, study, huge master bedroom, wine room and three other guest rooms. The smaller house has four bedrooms.
The Four Sixes ranch was bought by director Taylor Sheridan earlier this year, according to Star-Telegram.
Marion was president of Burnett Ranches, President of the Burnett Foundation and Chairman of Burnett Oil Co. She has also been a driving force behind the expansion of the Fort Worth Museum of Modern Art and has supported the National Museum and Cowgirl Hall of Fame and the Kimbell Art Museum, The New York Times said.