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Offbeat listing photos: Sell, Luci, sell

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Luci, an American Kennel Club-registered German Shepherd, is enjoying 15 minutes of fame in an eye-catching listing photo for a 112-acre spread in Decatur, Texas.

The asking priced of $1.495 million does not include the golf-cart riding Luci or the P-15 Mustang sitting behind her in the hangar.

Luci shares the multipurpose property with a rescued male shepherd named Ruger. In addition to providing plenty of romping room for the pair, the acreage includes a two-bedroom, 2,100-square-foot home, an airfield with a grass airstrip, two hangars (one of which has living quarters), a horse barn, a shooting range, hay meadows and a creek.

The property owners, pilots who have a long association with general aviation and the warbird community, have hosted numerous fly-in parties at the home. They have had planes including a DC-3 and an F-86 in the backyard and even had a U.S. Army Parachute Team member (literally) drop in for one party.

Holly Thompson of Allie Beth Allman & Associates is the listing agent.

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