Sotheby's International Realty
Wealthy Texas oil heiress Anne Windfohr Marion passed away in early 2020 at the age of 81 and left behind some impressive properties, including a 146-acre Jackson Hole, Wyoming, ranch that recently went on the market for $45 million.
The ranch includes an 8,000-square-foot main house that Marion purchased from novelist Warren Adler (“The War of the Roses” and “Random Hearts”) for $5 million. Marion added a guesthouse to the property that is nestled in a private gated community that boasts properties owned by West Virginia Senator Jay Rockefeller, Mars candy heir John Mars, and Hollywood producer Erika Olde.
Dubbed The Bar B Bar Ranch, Marion’s main house features four bedrooms and five baths and offers unparalleled views of the Grand Teton mountain range and Jackson Hole Mountain Resort.
Other properties left behind when Marion passed away last year include Four Sixes, a 480,000-acre retreat in Fort Worth, Texas, best known as one of the largest ranches in Texas; a Fifth Avenue apartment in New York; a mansion in the guard-gated Vintage Club in Indian Wells, California; and her primary residence, a 19,000-square-foot home in Fort Worth that was designed for her mother by popular architect I.M. Pei in the late 1960s.
Anne Windfohr Marion was the great granddaughter of Samuel “Burk” Burnett, founder of Four Sixes Ranch in northern Texas. She served as president of Burnett Ranches and chairman of Burnett Oil Co. She helped found the Georgia O’Keefe Museum in Santa Fe, N.M., and Modertn Art Museum of Fort Worth in Texas.
In addition to the fully furnished main home at the Bar B Bar Ranch, this listing also includes a four-bedroom, 3,618-square-foot guesthouse that includes an oversized garage and workshop. Two of the ranch’s adjoining parcels are also for sale in separate listings — the larger one at $27.5 million and the other at $23 million.
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