A month into Lyndon B. Johnson's presidency, he purchased an 800-acre ranch near Johnson City, Texas as a private retreat. Now a 142-acre parcel of the property, which contains the main house from Johnson's era, is for sale. Scroll down for a look inside.
The three-bedroom, two-bathroom house was built on the foundation of Johnson's former home.
It preserved Johnson's original bedroom and bathroom.
Here's how the ranch looked in Johnson's days..
He owned it for nearly 10 years.
It's located in Texas hill country, less than an hour from Austin.
The current owners, Italian painter Benini and his wife, Lorraine Benini, turned it into an art destination.
The couple transformed a 12,000-square-foot hangar into art galleries and an educational space.
It was known as the Sculpture Ranch for 15 years and attracted as many as 3,000 visitors per month.
Here's . The is nearby, too.
“We responded to the beauty and high energy of the landscape, the feeling of living on top of the world," Lorraine Benini says.
A one-bedroom, one-bathroom home on the property was used by the Secret Service.
Now it could be yours.
, a sales team affiliated with Coldwell Banker United, has the listing.