J Five Cutting Horse Ranch

Nestled between the Texas towns of Mineral Wells and Weatherford, you will find the J Five Cutting Horse Ranch, complete with a unique, turn-of-the-century home. Architect Stephen B. Chambers has designed a truly one-of-a-kind structure for the ranch owners.

The ranch home utilizes a Revolutionary War era barn frame from Pennsylvania as well as log cabins from the same era. The 7,000 square foot home includes 3 bedrooms and  5 bathrooms.


  • The 7,000 sq. ft. home construction was built in a U shape with most space on the main floor.
  • The interior beam work of the home is cedar.
  • The home is clad in stone with a metal roof.
  • The structure of the main family room is a barn frame built in 1780 in Pennsylvania.
  • The log cabins are from the same era as the barn frame.
  • The courtyard, complete with an 8′ deep pool, is located in the middle of the structure.
  • All rooms match the turn-of-the-century design of the home.
  • A separate recreational building was built on the property in conjunction with the ranch home.