T. Boone Pickens, the famed oil prospector and famed hedge-fund founder, died on Wednesday, September 11 at age 91.
He was the owner of Mesa Vista Ranch, one of the most expensive properties in America.
In 2017, he put the ranch on the market for $250 million. No one has bought it yet.
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T. Boone Pickens, a famous oil prospector, hedge fund founder, and philanthropist, passed away on September 11 at age 91.
Pickens had a long, successful career in business. He founded the oil and gas company Mesa Petroleum and the hedge fund BP Capital Management.
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In 2017, he made headlines for listing his 100-square-mile ranch in the Texas Panhandle, northeast of Amarillo, for a whopping $250 million.
Keep reading for a look inside.
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When Pickens first bought about 2,900 acres of land here in 1971, the only structure was a corrugated metal house that he used to stay warm during days of hunting quail.
Source: Hall & Hall, Mesa Vista Ranch
Since then, the ranch has increased by 22 times its original size and now covers some 64,800 acres.
Source: Hall & Hall
Additionally, there are now a number of different structures: the 12,000-square-foot lake house; the 33,000-square-foot lodge; the 6,000-square-foot family house; the …read more
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