This Texas ranch, once owned by U.S. President Lyndon Johnson and located in Johnson City, Texas, was purchased by an Italian artist, who built an 11,000-square-foot gallery building to hold his, er, unique sculptures and paintings and to accompany the 2,300-square-foot main house. Now, the artist, who goes by the name Benini, has decided to sell the place and has apparently recruited a particularly artsy architectural photographer to shoot the listing photos. Someone went a little crazy with the HDR images, particularly on the interior shots, which makes the place look like something out of a video game. That might be appealing to some buyers, but we'd have to say that those buyers probably don't have $2.7M to drop on a rural Texas ranch with presidential history.
· 377 Shiloh Rd [Zillow]