Historic San Antonio-area event venue the Don Strange Ranch listed for sale at $4.75 million

The venue regularly hosts wedding, corporate and sports events, among them the 2006 nuptials of country singers Blake Shelton and Miranda Lambert.

Historic Texas Hill Country property Don Strange Ranch has hit the real estate market. - Screen Capture / Vimeo
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Historic Texas Hill Country property Don Strange Ranch has hit the real estate market.
The historic Don Strange Ranch, one of the Texas Hill Country's highest-profile event venues, hit the market Tuesday for $4.75 million.

Located nine miles from Boerne, the property boasts two homes, two venue pavilions, multiple secondary buildings, a horse stable, an adventure course, a road system and three wells, according to its property listing.

The ranch regularly hosts wedding, corporate and sports events, among them the 2011 nuptials of country singers Blake Shelton and Miranda Lambert.

"The property is being sold in hopes that a new buyer and management group will continue to support the legacy of the Strange family by offering the property as a gathering place to host special events,” listing agent Bennet Kennedy told the Current, of the reasons behind the sale.

According to listing representatives, the land was developed in the late 1800s by Bavarian-born civil engineer Nicolaus Zink. In 1952, Don Strange and his family began developing the property further, adding the multiple amenities that make up the venue.

*Editor's Note: This story has been updated to reflect that Don Strange of Texas and its newly opened eatery Lazo with Don Strange at the Estancia del Norte hotel is not affiliated with the Don Strange Ranch.

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