Wednesday, April 17

Historic West Texas 6666 Ranch, where ‘Yellowstone’ is filmed, is sold

The ink is officially dry on the sale of the historic West Texas 6666 Ranch, which carried a price tag of over $320 million for 266,255-plus acres. Taylor Sheridanfellow Texan and American screenwriter (“Yellowstone”), now owns a property filled with the history starting in the 1800s, according to a news release.

The ranch, also known as the Four Sixes, was founded in 1870 and covered multiple counties. It had three divisions – The 6666’s Ranch in Guthrie with 142,372 acres, Dixon Creek Ranch in Carson and Hutchison Counties with 114,455 acres, and Frisco Creek in Sherman County with 9,428 acres.

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Cowboys working the cattle at the 6666 Ranch.

Where is the 6666 Ranch located?

While the sprawling lands cover a large area, the headquarters was on the 4-6’s near Guthrie. The “Big House,” though a more recent addition, is one spot that stood out in the compound, totaling at 13,280 square feet of living area.

It contains 13 bedrooms, 13 baths, three powder rooms, two kitchens, dining room and three fireplaces, according to an articles from 2020.

Headquarters also has:

  • Pilot’s quarters.
  • Two bunk houses.
  • The famous 6666’s loft barn.
  • Several horse sheds.
  • Shop-building.
  • Equipment storage.
  • Feed building.
  • Round pen.
  • Dog kennel.
  • Two laborer houses.
  • Approximately 20 employee houses.
  • The 6666’s Supply House.
  • And a 3,600-square-foot enclosed airplane hangar with a 65-foot by 6,000-foot asphalt lighted private landing strip.

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