Hall and Hall

Hall and Hall was formed in 1946 as an agricultural mortgage company and has since branched out into farm and ranch brokerage, appraisals, resource management and enhancement, retained search, auctions, and consultation on conservation easements and stewardship plans. The company has emerged as the largest full service rural real estate firm in the Rocky Mountain West and Great Plains regions, managing more than one million acres of land, and servicing a loan portfolio of more than $500 million. A unique partnership between its offices in Montana, Wyoming, Idaho, Texas, Kansas, Nebraska and Colorado ensures that the client receives local knowledge and personal service as well as the international perspective needed to make informed acquisition and management decisions. http://hallhall.com/
$6,950,000  •  435 acres
Bear Creek Valley Ranch, offering 435± deeded acres, is situated in a private, sun-filled valley facing north to south, flanked by hillsides on the east and west. The property is easily accessible from Highway 50 and less than 10 minutes from downtown Salida while also easily accessible to the famed Arkansas River offering 102± miles of designated Gold Medal trout fishing water. The Harriet Alexander Field, located in Salida is just over eight miles from the property. Central Colorado Regional Airport, located at Buena Vista, is a thirty-five-minute drive from the property. Nearly enveloped by BLM land and within close proximity to San Isabel National Forest, the ranch is in Game Management Unit 89. Bear Creek runs the length of the property, featuring both banks, protected and lined by old-growth cottonwood trees in a picturesque setting. The ranch is in a terrific year-round climate, offers historic water rights, and approximately 127 irrigated acres of productive hay meadows. There is an equipment shop, a Quonset shop, and a caretaker modular home, providing onsite facilities for hired help. Additionally, the land offers numerous building sites that present views of either views within the valley the ranch is in or at a higher elevation looking towards the mountains. The ranch is a large acreage holding for the area, located exceptionally well, and is the ideal executive’s ranch. The Facts: - 435± deeded acres - Approximately one mile south of Highway 50, two and a half miles east and slightly south of Salida, and less than four miles to downtown Salida - Harriet Alexander Field located in Salida is just over eight miles from the property - Central Colorado Regional Airport, located in Buena Vista, is less than a 30-mile drive - Accessed via Highway 50 and County Road 101/49 - Surrounded on nearly all sides by BLM - In close proximity to Sangre De Cristo Wilderness Area and Sangre De Cristo National Forest - Easy access to the Arkansas River, featuring 102± miles of designated Gold Medal trout fishing water - Approximately 1.38 miles of both banks of Bear Creek traverse through the center of the property - Historic water rights adjudicated in the late 1890s - Approximately 127 acres of irrigated land - Old-growth cottonwoods and cedar and pinion-covered hillsides - Private valley and mountain views - Improvements include an equipment shed, a Quonset shed, and a mobile home - Well, septic, electricity, and phone service to property - Zoning is RC - Recreational and AF - Agricultural Forestry - Annual property taxes are approximately $3,000 - Located in both Chaffee and Fremont counties
$6,995,000  •  12.2 acres
Situated along the banks of the Teton River, the Willowbend Retreat represents a highly sought after executive’s ranch located in the heart of the Teton River Valley. The 12.2± deeded acres offer an abundance of diversity with willow-lined riverbanks, manicured lawns and gardens that transition to picturesque grassy meadows and ponds framed by the Teton, Big Hole and Snake River Mountain Ranges. The well-appointed improvements, which include a custom-built main residence and guest lodge, only add to this beautiful setting. Referred to as the “quiet side of the Tetons”, the Willowbend Retreat is located in Teton Valley between the two charming mountain towns of Victor and Driggs, Idaho. This area offers year-round recreational opportunities with nearby access to some of the best trout fishing in the country, convenient access to national parks and forests, as well as two of the country’s most desirable winter skiing destinations, Grand Targhee and Jackson Hole Mountain Resorts. In addition to the local amenities of Teton Valley, Idaho, the Willowbend Retreat is located just 30 miles from Jackson Hole, Wyoming and all it has to offer, including a commercial airport. The Driggs Reed Memorial full service FBO is just 10 miles away for private aviation use. The land is complemented by a custom-built 2,575± square foot two-bedroom, two-bath single level log home just steps away from the Teton River. A spacious and open floor plan with gourmet kitchen and bar, a large wrap around deck, firepit and dock on the river add to the main home’s charm. From the main residence, an elevated boardwalk spanning a lush spring corridor takes you to the two-story 5,046± square foot guest lodge complete with two-bedrooms and two-baths, pet washroom, a large family entertainment room with a wood burning fireplace and full kitchen, and a multi-purpose space used as an office, art studio and tack room. Both homes were completely renovated from the foundation up in 2018 by one of the valley’s most reputable, high-end home builders. With approximately 800 feet of river frontage, the Willowbend Retreat offers world-class fishing right out your back door. The Teton River is known for its incredible dry fly fishing and prolific hatches during the summer and fall months. With its gentle meandering flows, this upper reach of the Teton River is more like a spring creek providing opportunities to catch Yellowstone cutthroat trout and rainbows sipping on small dry flies or taking big hoppers along the grassy banks. It is not uncommon to catch cutthroat and rainbow trout in the 20-inch range. The Willowbend Retreat’s river corridor and ponds are a haven for local wildlife. Frequent visitors include moose, whitetail deer, birds of prey and waterfowl. The Facts: ~ 12.2± acre Teton River executive’s ranch ~ Meticulously maintained lawns and gardens ~ 2,575± square foot main residence ~ 5,046± square foot guest lodge ~ 800± feet of Teton River frontage, a designated “blue ribbon” fishery ~ World-class fishing for native Yellowstone cutthroat trout, rainbow and brook trout ~ Two ponds, both stocked with rainbow trout ~ Additional building site on the five± acre horse pasture for a barn and/or barn and residence ~ Horse property with three pastures, all perimeter-fenced and cross-fenced ~ Smaller pasture serves as a riding arena ~ Diverse mixture of river frontage, manicured lawns, willows, ponds, springs and native grasses ~ Impressive views of the Teton, Big Hole and Snake River Mountain Ranges ~ Great habitat for moose and whitetail deer ~ Nine miles to Driggs, Idaho and five miles to Victor, Idaho ~ 21 miles to Grand Targhee Ski Resort and 31 miles to Jackson Hole Mountain Resort ~ Taxes for 2022 were approximately $9,814
$3,200,000  •  92.44 acres
The Hogan Creek Retreat is conveniently located at the base of the magnificent Beartooth Mountains. Only a 15-minute commute to Red Lodge, a complete year-round alpine resort town. Hogan Creek traverses through the 92± acres for nearly three-quarters of a mile. The creek corridor, coupled with approximately 30 acres of hay ground, supports grazing for both livestock and wildlife. A large pond is situated on the eastern boundary and is home to a plethora of aquatic, bird, and wildlife populations. Two nicely finished 1,920± square foot houses with exceptional views of the Beartooth Mountains anchor the retreat. In addition, there is a 3,450± square foot steel building. The Facts: ~92± deeded acres ~30± acres of hay ~Within 15 minutes of Red Lodge ~Convenient access from Montana Highway 78 ~70± miles to Cody, Wyoming ~Approximately 0.75 miles of Hogan Creek frontage ~Two ponds ~Two 1,920± square foot homes ~3,450± square foot metal shop ~Abundant wildlife ~Stunning views of the Beartooth Mountain Range
$6,750,000  •  750 acres
For more information or to schedule a showing, contact Layne Walker, Broker|Partner, Hall and Hall, LLP at 214-244-6484. Scattered Oak Ranch, conveniently located to the DFW metroplex, has both livestock and hunting options. Made up of 750± acres between Bridgeport and Jacksboro fronting FM 1156. The ranch has rolling topography with stately oak trees and varied oak motts, creating some magnificent views along with great potential home sites. There are ample interior ranch roads providing excellent access to all areas of the property. Numerous small ponds are strategically located on the ranch providing water for cattle, wildlife, and fishing. Never commercially hunted, native wildlife such as deer, turkey, hogs, and migratory birds are frequently found on the ranch. Fences and cross fences are in good condition, providing easy livestock rotation and management. Lake Bridgeport and Possum Kingdom Lake are both within a short drive for other recreational opportunities. Rarely do properties of this size, type, and character come available located such a short distance from the DFW Metroplex. The large amount of paved frontage provides the opportunity for multiple division scenarios. The Facts: ~750± deeded acres ~2 plus miles of frontage on FM 1156 ~7 ponds ~Deer blinds and feeders ~Improved coastal fields/native pasture ~Fantastic views ~Minor, older improvements such as barns and small house ~Modest oil and gas production on the ranch
$21,375,000  •  2,375 acres
For more information or to schedule a showing, contact Layne Walker, Broker|Partner, Hall and Hall, LLP at 214-244-6484. Twin Lakes Ranch is a beautiful recreational property in one of the most popular areas of north Texas. Made up of 2,375± acres between Runaway Bay and Jacksboro fronting US Highway 380. The ranch has elevation gains exceeding 250 feet resulting in magnificent views and a prominent statement from the extensive road frontages. In the middle portions of the ranch, you will find two scenic lakes with an additional ten ponds scattered across the property. A beautiful custom home anchoring the north end of the ranch with several smaller houses scattered throughout the ranch, serving extra housing needs. There are numerous roads providing excellent access across it, including a newly improved road traveling from east to west through the ranch. Various size ponds are strategically located on the ranch, providing water for cattle, wildlife, and fishing. Seldom hunted, native wildlife such as deer, turkey, hogs, and migratory birds are plentiful. Lake Bridgeport and Possum Kingdom Lake are both within a short drive for other recreational opportunities. The ranch provides many options for the new owner, with substantial highway frontage, plenty of water features, improved pastures, wildlife, giant views, and hundreds of oak trees. Rarely do properties of this size and character come available located such a short distance from the DFW Metroplex. The Facts: ~2,375± deeded acres ~3 miles of frontage on US Highway 380 ~East and West boundaries front F.M. 1156 ~Beautiful custom home ~2 beautiful lakes ~10 ponds ~Improved Coastal fields/native pasture ~250 feet elevation gains/fantastic views ~Several smaller houses
$4,625,000  •  5,700 acres
The Two Furrow Ranch has not changed hands in over a half-century. That ownership continuum reflects well in the fine condition of the ranch and the improvements. The developed stock water, which consists of five wells, five miles of pipeline, and fifteen tanks, should be considered well-located, well-built, and well-cared for. The ranch sits astride the boundary between the Langs Fork of Big Dry Creek and Duck Creek, which feeds into Little Dry Creek. Most of the ranch is considered a gently rolling country with sandier soils on the south end and more clay to the north. Much of the farmland has been seeded to permanent pasture, but there is farmland on the south end that is currently in a crop/fallow rotation. There are flood-irrigated meadows in the northwest part of the ranch that have been seeded to annual forage crops and put up for hay. Consider average yields in the one-and-a-half to two tons per acre on these meadows, depending on water availability. Historically, dryland winter wheat yields an average of about 40 bushels per acre. The ranch is estimated to carry 2,400± AUMs of grazing plus what winter forage can be put up on the dryland and irrigated fields. If one were to feed for four months and graze for eight months, the ranch comes close to balancing at close to 300 Animal Units. The Two Furrow Ranch is one of those ranches that may come on the market every couple of generations, a buy-and-hold ranch if there ever was one. The Facts: ~5,700± deeded acres ~2,460± acres of BLM lease ~640± acres of state lease ~Water features include nearly five miles of pipelines that service 15 stock ponds, over 25 reservoirs, and five producing wells piped into tanks ~Langs Fork of Big Dry Creek runs through almost the entire ranch ~Carrying capacity of 250 to 300 cow/calf pairs ~Very well-kept 1,200± square foot home built in 1990 with a detached garage ~Full complement of agricultural buildings, including grain storage, multiple shops, and sheds ~Hunting on the ranch includes mule deer, pronghorn antelope, sharp-tails, and Hungarian partridge
$1,593,750  •  1,250 acres
For more information or to schedule a showing, contact Chad Dugger, Broker|Partner, Hall and Hall, LLP at 806-773-4749. This exceptional offering is located approximately 12 miles northeast of Turkey and 17 miles west of Estelline, in central Hall County. The ranch is conveniently sited at the northeast corner of Farm to Market 657 and County Road P, which extends along the south boundary. An outstanding variety of terrain features sweeps across the ranch from level to rolling topography, breaking into the Little Red River. A prominent seasonal drainage, the Little Red River fronts the north property boundary for approximately two and three-quarter miles. The river bottom country is brushy, providing awesome game habitat. Two other deep drainages with brushy native pastures traverse the ranch. The approximately 550 acres of cultivation are divided into several fields and intermingled with the native pasture and draws, offering corridors for game travel. This is an income opportunity for the ranch through wheat pasture grazing, cotton, hay, or a combination thereof. These fields can also be a magnet for area wildlife if seeded with wheat or other mixes for game food plots. The Little Red River Ranch is well-watered, with seasonal holes of water found along the river. Other surface water features include earthen tanks. Livestock water is provided by one well equipped with an electric submersible pump as well as a rural water tap located at the southwest corner of the ranch. The ranch offers a good mix of game species, including mule deer, whitetail deer, turkey, hogs, dove, and varmints. Offered with 25% of the seller’s owned minerals. The exact mineral ownership is unknown. All rights associated with alternative energy production will be conveyed. The Facts: ~1,250± deeded acres in Hall County, Texas ~Located 18 miles northeast of Turkey, Texas ~Little Red River frontage for approximately 2.75 miles ~Outstanding mix of native pasture and cultivation ~Combination of recreation and production agriculture ~Whitetail deer, mule deer, turkey, dove ~Good water features with one water well, rural water, and holes of water in the river ~25% of seller’s owned minerals convey
$1,200,000  •  157.54 acres
For more information or to schedule a showing, contact Chad Dugger, Broker|Partner, Hall and Hall, LLP at 806-773-4749. The Lake Alan Henry 157 Ranch is a rare offering of a year-round recreational property located within five minutes of beautiful Lake Alan Henry. This outstanding property is approximately 18 miles southeast of Post, Texas, and, more specifically, located one mile north of North Ridge Drive and Grubbs RV Park at Lake Alan Henry. This ideal location provides the ultimate summer headquarters for days spent on the lake. Enjoy summertime evenings with privacy and seclusion. Come fall and winter, the property makes for an ideal hunting camp. The ranch includes quality whitetail deer, turkey, and dove. The ranch is all native pasture with mature mesquite, lotebush, sumac, ephedra, prickly pear, etc. Three game food plots provide an attraction for deer and other game. With county road frontage on the west and north, this tract may be divided, providing excellent investment opportunities. Groundwater is a rare commodity in areas of Garza County. This property includes one operable water well with a water storage tank. A large earthen pond provides a nice swimming hole in the summer and an attraction for doves in the fall. Improved with a metal shed and a three-bedroom, two-bath unfinished cabin, the ranch provides an opportunity for a buyer to create a home to their liking. Offered with no reservations as to minerals or alternative energy rights. Mineral ownership is unknown. The Facts: ~157± deeded acres in Garza County, Texas ~Located 20 miles southeast of Post, Texas ~Approximately one mile north of Lake Alan Henry ~Rare large tract offering within proximity of the lake ~Ideal year-round recreational property ~Offers privacy and seclusion, which is a rarity compared to nearby lake cabin developments ~Fronts County Road 355 on the west side and Lake Alan Henry Road on the north side ~Tremendous investment potential. Located one-half mile north of new development ~One water well and one earthen tank ~Metal-sided barn ~Three game-food plots ~Whitetail deer, turkeys, and dove
$1,250,000  •  103 acres
To Schedule a Showing or for more information contact Tyler Jacobs, Broker|Partner, Hall and Hall at 936-537-1749. Melton Branch Ranch, a splendid recreational and livestock property, is located in the Wheelock, Texas, area. Entrance is through a pipe rail gate off Matajka Road, leading onto a winding pasture road amidst hardwood trees. The ranch boasts lush green hay meadows over sandy loam soil, enhanced by a rolling landscape that unveils multiple potential homesites across its expanse. Matajka Road, a quiet, county-maintained gravel dead-end, provides easy access from OSR Highway. Game trails abound, many following Melton Branch Creek traversing the ranch's western boundary. The land is adorned with post oak, red oaks, pecan trees, eastern red junipers, and sycamores, enriching both the open hayfields and dense timber areas. Currently benefiting from a 1-D-1 agricultural valuation, Melton Branch Ranch lies within the coveted Franklin Independent School District, presenting an ideal opportunity to build a new ranch home, facilitate a 1031 exchange, or expand existing ranching operations. The Facts: ~103± Deeded acres ~Located in the Wheelock area ~Franklin Independent School District ~Access to Highway 6 in Bryan, Texas, 20 miles away ~4,780± feet of Matajka Road frontage ~Melton Branch Creek frontage ~Improved 40±-acre hayfield ~Electric service on-site
$2,679,300  •  458 acres
To schedule a showing or for more information please contact Layne Walker, Broker|Partner, Hall and Hall, at 214-244-6484. TK Ridge Ranch, prominently perched near the midpoint between Tyler and Kilgore, offers an expansive 457± acres brimming with potential for investors, developers, or recreational enthusiasts seeking to capitalize on future possibilities. With the Texas Department of Transportation (TXDOT) poised to initiate highway improvements, the imminent clearing of the right-of-way (R.O.W.) will unveil the ranch's features: rolling hills adorned with hardwoods, creeks lined with pines, and diverse landscapes stretching across both sides of its mile-long Highway 31 frontage. The ranch's ecosystem is a haven for the typical wildlife of Smith County, supported by a rich mix of forbs, shrubs, plants, and trees. These natural resources foster a thriving habitat for native game, benefiting from the edge and transition areas that are hallmarks of uneven-aged timber management. Diverse in topography, the ranch's elevation spans from approximately 400 feet above mean sea level (MSL) to 582 feet, creating an array of scenic vistas and unique elevation features on either side of the highway. Access is currently facilitated by curb cuts on each side, with any future modifications subject to TXDOT's approval to align with their standards. Distinctive in character, the south side of the ranch, approximately 161 acres, features a prominent ridge and expanses of comparatively level land. In contrast, the north side, encompassing 296 acres, is characterized by a dynamic landscape of hills and valleys. Prairie Creek and Jackson Creek serve as natural drainage systems for the western and northeastern portions of the ranch, respectively. Despite its well-drained terrain, the property contains less than five acres within FEMA's 100-year Zone A floodplain designation, underscoring its advantageous topography. TK Ridge Ranch is a rare find, presenting 457± acres of predominantly wooded timberland, dissected by Highway 31 in the eastern region of Smith County. The property boasts an elevation change of over 180 feet, offering expansive views and breathtaking sunsets. With about one mile of highway frontage on both sides, it stands as a premier investment opportunity for those drawn to its recreational and aesthetic potential. The Facts: ~457 acres more or less, to be surveyed ~Located on Highway 31 between Tyler and Kilgore ~Approximately 161 acres on the south side and 296 acres on the north side ~The Texas Department of Transportation has recently acquired a new right-of-way to expand Highway 31 to four lanes with a median ~Located within the Chapel Hill Independent School District ~Variable and mixed hardwoods and pines ~Prairie and Jackson Creek drainages ~The next owner has the option to divide
$31,700,000  •  25,756 acres
Notably, one of the best grass ranches to hit the market in South Dakota. Formally known as the 777 Bison Ranch, it is a well-blocked, mostly all-deeded offering. Expanding across over 26,000 acres just south of Rapid City and near the Black Hills. The Dakota Partnership Ranch lacks nothing from an operational standpoint and has high-quality yet practical improvements. A first-class owner's residence overlooks the long valley that makes up the heart of the ranch. Additionally, two manager/employee compounds are strategically located at both ends of the ranch, on the west and east. The ranch has been carefully handled and managed holistically, being a recipient of numerous conservation awards. The ranch is a cross-section of well-sodded plains and just enough “Badlands” to give the property a wild feel and be aesthetically pleasing. Currently stocked with 1,800 bison, the ranch is well-fenced, adequately watered, and operated efficiently. Designed and built to handle bison, the ranch should be an easy and smooth transition to a cattle operation if one is inclined. In the center of the ranch is a large, 160-plus acre top reservoir that provides recreation and a potential supply of irrigation water. The ranch is fenced into approximately 20 pastures, with water supplied in the form of natural springs, reservoirs, and developed water tanks supplied by two municipal water lines that run through the ranch. The huge expansion of land and diverse topography hosts a variety of wildlife, including deer, antelope, and plenty of upland birds. The Facts: ~ Approximately 26,276 total acres, with 26,756± deeded acres and 520± state lease acres. ~ 540± acres under appropriated water rights with potential for hay production. ~ Over ten miles of Dry Creek run through the heart of the ranch. An intermittent stream provides natural springs and ponds for the length of the ranch. ~ Large 160-plus acre top reservoir in the center of the ranch. Provides an ample water source for fishing, boating, and water for irrigation. ~ Recipient of lifetime conservation awards from the Audubon Society and Natural Resources Defense Council(NRDC). ~ Long sweeping views of Mount Rushmore and the Black Hills. ~ 20 plus improved livestock water tanks and over a dozen quality spring-fed reservoirs. ~ Good population of mule deer, whitetail, antelope, turkey, waterfowl, and upland birds. ~ Exceptional, state-of-the-art pens and corral system with hydraulic chute. ~ The ranch is currently stocked with 1,800 bison. ~ Three separate homes, strategically placed on both ends of the ranch. ~ Beautiful log constructed, owner's residence, privately but centrally located on the ranch, five bedrooms, five baths. Bunk room with four single beds, attached garage, and separate, three-door, six-car garage/heated shop. ~ A newer employee home built in 2015 on the west end of the ranch. Equipped with three bedrooms, three baths, and a heated, attached garage. ~ Another employee compound, newly remodeled in 2014, with three beds, three baths, a heated garage, shops, barns, and dry storage. ~ State-of-the-art pens and corral, with well-functioning tub and hydraulic chute, scales, and loading ramp. Large assortment of pens for holding and feeding livestock.
$1,875,000  •  135 acres
To schedule a showing or for more information please contact Layne Walker, Broker|Partner, Hall and Hall, LLP at 214-244-6484 The Winding Creek Ranch is a beautiful recreational and livestock property located in Montague County, Texas. Access to the ranch is through the electric gated entrance off Cottonwood Creek Road. Along the gravel drive leading to the property’s improvements is one of several ponds scattered throughout the ranch. An ideal site exists for a new owner to create a much larger lake. Coastal pastures and large trees make the drive to the home very impressive. Upon reaching the headquarters, one will find a very nice barndominium. Attached to the main structure is an enclosed outdoor entertainment area, garage with roll-up doors, and rock firepit. Two seasonal creeks run through the ranch, including Turkey Creek. The scattered coastal fields and large stands of trees make this ranch a hunter’s dream. Deer, wild hogs, and turkey are abundant, and dove hunting season is very good. Fishing is also available in the numerous ponds strategically located across the property. Blinds and feeders are set up for hunting and will remain on the property. There is seldom a property of this size with great cover, lots of game, and move-in ready. The ranch is convenient to the DFW Metroplex and its surrounding area. The Facts: ~135± Deeded acres with five ponds ~Approximately 1,000 feet of frontage on Cottonwood Creek Road and access to I-35 in Gainesville, Texas, 35 miles away ~All improvements established in 2015 with well-supplied water ~Two creeks run through the property, including Turkey Creek ~Two-bedroom, three-bath home of approximately 2,800 square feet includes an entertainment/game room ~480± square feet enclosed patio/outside entertainment area ~Deer blinds and feeders ~Wildlife includes whitetail deer, turkeys, hogs, and dove
$6,500,000  •  321 acres
Atwater Pond is an exceptional retreat in the Berkshires of western Massachusetts. At the heart of the property lies the namesake 32-acre pond, which dates to 1892 when it was dug by hand and horses. More than 130 years later, the pond anchors the property, and the improvements and owner’s homes are clustered on its eastern shore. The house and guest house recently underwent extensive renovations, and the immaculate structures have an effortless, contemporary aesthetic that honors the property’s casual country roots while incorporating modern conveniences. Surrounding the pond are 321± acres of pristine woodlands, and the undulating topography is interspersed with trails, streams, wetlands, and remnants of the area’s extensive history. It is a true four-season destination, and outdoor recreational opportunities abound. Outstanding privacy and seclusion are balanced by accessibility. New York City and Boston can be reached in under two and a half hours, while the renowned cultural attractions of the Berkshires, including Tanglewood and Jacob’s Pillow, are only a short drive away. Throughout the years, Atwater Pond has maintained a remarkably enduring appeal as a recreational escape, and to anyone who has spent time on the property, it’s easy to see why. The property is being offered fully turnkey with all furnishings and personal property, meaning Atwater Pond is ready to be enjoyed immediately on the first day of ownership. The Facts: ~ 321± acres ~ Located in the heart of the Berkshires, in southwest Massachusetts ~ Main house, guest cottage, Airstream trailer “guest cottage” ~ Excellent multi-generational retreat ~ Borders Sandisfield State Forest ~ 32± acre, spring and wetland-fed pond ~ Four-plus miles of established trails ~ The land is primarily hardwood forest ~ Abundant wildlife and seasonal waterfowl ~ A true four-season property with year-round recreational opportunities ~ The property is not under conservation easement ~ Exceptionally convenient – two hours from Boston, two and a half hours from New York City, and 45 minutes to Bradley International Airport ~ Easy ownership: the property is well-improved but requires relatively little maintenance beyond the improvements ~ Property conveys fully turnkey, including the Airstream trailer and all furnishings (excluding select personal items)
$36,000,000  •  9,400 acres
To schedule a showing or for more information please contact Layne Walker, Partner|Broker, Hall and Hall Partners, LLP at 214-244-6484. Crooked Tree Ranch is 9,400± acres of prime ranching country in north central Texas. Owned by the same family for the last 25-plus years, the attention to land, vegetation, and improvements is evident. Native pastures have been carefully managed with minimal grazing, controlled burns, and attention to quail habitat. The ranch has a level to rolling terrain as you enter the property and transitions to tree-covered draws toward the back of the ranch. With over ten miles of improved roads, traveling through the property is easy in all weather conditions. The headquarters are the first set of improvements you will encounter. Structures include the manager’s home, guest home, barns, working pens, round pen, an arena, dog kennels, and a small office building. A water collection system is also found at the headquarters where city water is collected. The owner’s home is located toward the back of the ranch. The three-bedroom, three-and-a-half-bath home is accompanied by a rock storage building and barn. The area is known for great hunting with the Crooked Tree having many options. Native whitetail deer are very plentiful, with an additional 200-acre high fence hunting area available. While quail numbers throughout north Texas have been down the past several years, quail hunting on the ranch has been excellent with continued quality habitat and management. Dove hunting is also great in season. Other income sources are a cattle lease, wind energy lease, and a possible mineral lease. The Facts: ~9,400± deeded acres ~Ten-plus miles of improved ranch roads ~Automated gate and illuminated entrance ~Headquarters: Three-bedroom, two-bath manager’s home Five-bedroom, three-bath guest home Cattle pens, arena, and round pen Small barn with horse stalls Small equipment barn Dog kennels Refrigerated meat processing room (fully equipped) and large walk-in cooler Small office building ~Owner’s Compound: Three suites, each with its own full bath and private entrance, one half-bath Stone veneer accents a storage building and separate barn currently used to house a large travel trailer
$3,250,000  •  58 acres
To schedule a showing or for more information please contact Layne Walker, Hall and Hall, LLP Broker|Partner, at 214-244-6484 The Welch Horse Ranch has been known for many years as one of Texas's top cutting-horse training centers and has been home to many top cutting-horse champions, including Woody Be Tuff. Under the previous ownership of Mr. Finis Welch, the training facility was thoughtfully constructed, commencing in 2002, with meticulous attention to every detail. Presently, the two horse barns are designed to accommodate over 90 horses, each housed in individual stalls alongside multiple fenced runs located outside the barns. Two covered arenas are utilized for all-weather training. Three houses are also located on the ranch, ranging from 1,000± to approximately 4,000 square feet. Consisting of 58± acres, the ranch is complete with beautiful improvements and a lush coastal pasture in a pastoral setting. Huge trees are scattered across the property and around a small private fishing pond. Centrally located between Dallas/Fort Worth and Houston, Texas, just a short distance off Interstate 45, the ranch is move-in ready. The Facts: ~58± acres ~The training barn and arena are 41,500± square feet (pipe-and-steel with metal roof) and 54 stalls with fans and water. Saddle and tack room with prep area and office ~Covered walkers ~Shavings barn, 22’x24’ ~Horse barn 15,000± square feet with 40 stalls, pipe-and-steel with metal roof ~Second covered arena, steel with metal roof, 150’x156’ ~Main home with three bedrooms, four baths, gourmet kitchen, porch, private yard and pond ~The second home contains three bedrooms, two baths, and outdoor porch space ~A third home has three bedrooms, two baths, porch space, and a small fenced backyard ~Three water wells, two at approximately 600 feet depth and one at a depth of 250± feet, and two public water meters ~Water and electricity for all improvements ~Vet clinic located across the highway, Farm to Market 811 ~Two gated entrances to the ranch
$21,500,000  •  8,880.14 acres
Located at the upstream end of the Stillwater River Canyon, the Flying C Ranch operates on just over 10,700± acres, of which 8,880± is deeded, and the balance is encompassed in two BLM permits and a state lease. The ranch benefits from a 100-head grazing permit on the adjacent national forest. The ranch headquarters and the owner’s compound are situated along one-and-a-half miles of the Stillwater River. This “river unit” consists of around 300 acres, including 59± acres of flood-irrigated hay meadows, the aforementioned owner’s home, the manager’s home, a classic horse barn, guest houses, and other outbuildings. The ranch rises steeply from there to include dramatic foothills that open into rolling grasslands running to the national forest boundary. Tucked away amongst these scenic foothills are significant portions of two other lush valleys through which flow Bad Canyon Creek and Trout Creek. The latter offers an appealing small trout fishery that complements the ranch’s frontage on the Stillwater River, the area's dominant, highly regarded big stream fishery. As one would expect, wildlife is prolific as there is a desirable and very private habitat for everything from species of deer to elk, antelope, black bear, and mountain lion. Also, the canyons and grassy hillsides are ideal for upland birds and raptors. The lower valley offers an intimate experience with views of dramatic cliffs, and as one gains altitude, the entire Beartooth Front comes into view and is truly awe-inspiring from these vantage points. The ranch supports 225 cows and carries over the calves with supplemental hay purchases. From imposing cliffs, rivers, and streams to dramatic canyons, secret coulees and private valleys, and timbered and aspen-covered slopes, the Flying C Ranch operates in an amazingly diverse and wildlife-rich landscape. Many have said it is like owning a national park. The Facts: ~Location: 20 miles west of Absarokee and six miles north of Nye ~Acreage: 10,717± (8,880± deeded plus BLM and State leases) with a 100-head USFS permit ~Terrain: Riparian, cliffs, canyons, rock formations, open foothill grasslands, meadows ~Improvements: Modest owner’s home, guest cabins, managers house, and outbuildings ~Water: About one-and-a-half miles of Stillwater River, small trout stream, irrigated meadows, 17 filed spring rights, and stock water pipelines ~Operation: 225 mother cows year-round and carry calf crop over to fall of 2nd year with some hay purchased depending on winter conditions ~Access: Just off the paved highway on a good, graveled county road ~Views: Dramatic! Of the Beartooth Front – Montana’s highest mountains ~Wildlife: Deer, elk, antelope, black bear, and mountain lion with canyons and grassy hillsides ideal for upland birds and all manner of raptors ~Summary: The complete package – scenic, excellent trout fishing, incredibly diverse country adjoining the national forest, a fantastic cross-section of most wildlife species, and a viable cattle operation
$2,500,000  •  202.98 acres
For more information or to schedule a showing, please contact Tyler Jacobs, Broker|Partner at Hall and Hall Partners at 936-537-1749. Windy Hill Ranch presents a dream opportunity to embrace ranching life. Spanning approximately 203± acres of improved land in western Madison County, it includes a home with various amenities. As a ready-to-go venture, it's a rare find that won't be on the market for long. Conveniently located just north of North Zulch, access is a breeze via Highway 21/190, linking I-45 to Bryan/College Station or the easily navigable Farm-to-Market 39. Ideal for either weekend getaways or full-time living, the ranch features a 1,680± square foot, three-bedroom, two-bath home with a large sitting porch, an enclosed shop with an attached equipment and hay shed, an efficiency apartment, rolling pastures, majestic live oaks, five ponds, and a wooded area teaming with wildlife. Lovingly maintained by the same family for over a century, this ranch's pride of ownership is evident in every aspect. The Facts: ~203± acres to be surveyed ~Turn-key offering, including cattle ~Owned by the same family for over 100 years ~Three-bedroom, two-bath, 1,680± square foot modular home with brick wainscoting and a 576± square foot covered deck ~30’x60’ shop with two roll-up doors and an efficiency apartment ~15’x48’ attached shed for hay or equipment storage ~Complete set of WW cattle facilities ~Six concentric pastures for rotational grazing ~Five ponds with Kickapoo Creek traversing the wooded area ~Approximately 65 acres of wildlife pasture and summer shelter ~Extensive road frontage
$12,800,000  •  1,115 acres
Offering diverse hunting and fishing opportunities, the 1,115± acre Circle S West Ranch is among the premier sporting properties available in the western US. Set in the Melon Valley near the famed Snake River Canyon, the ranch is located between the farming community of Buhl and the waterfowl hunting destination of Hagerman a half-hour from Twin Falls and its commercial airport. The capital city of Boise is less than a two-hour drive west of the ranch, while the resort community of Ketchum/Sun Valley is 90 miles to the north. Spring-fed Deep Creek is the centerpiece of the ranch and flows from a basalt canyon for over two and a half miles through a waterfowl-laden riparian corridor. With limited public access and virtually no recognition outside of the local area, Deep Creek is a hidden gem that also supports a wild rainbow trout fishery. Ample spring water is available to the ranch and used to sustain year-round waterfowl and bass ponds. Along with ducks and geese, there are good numbers of pheasants and quail on the property as well as large mule deer up to 30 inches. In addition to its recreational attributes, the ranch features an active farming and cattle operation that utilizes approximately 200 acres of irrigated cropland and pasture. The irrigated portion of the ranch is primed for conversion to corn and grain. Building improvements complement the ranch and are highlighted by a 2,900± square foot owners’ lodge that features ample space for entertaining and hosting groups. Other improvements include two duplex guest cabins, a manager’s residence, a ranch office, and vehicle and equipment storage buildings. The ranch is not covered by a conservation easement at the present time. However, because of the property’s significant water and wildlife resources, it is a prime candidate for one. The ranch is being offered turnkey with furnishings and ranch equipment. Co-listed with Aaron Hill of Keller Williams Sun Valley Southern Idaho/Proctor Mountain Group. The Facts: ~ 1,115± deeded, contiguous acres ~ Private setting 30 minutes from Twin Falls and 90 miles from Ketchum/Sun Valley ~ Located near the Snake River Canyon 10 miles south of the famed Hagerman Valley and the Hagerman Wildlife Management Area ~ Over two and a half miles of Deep Creek offering waterfowl hunting and trout fishing ~ Ample spring water sustains multiple year-round waterfowl and bass ponds ~ Wildlife includes ducks, geese, pheasants, quail, grey partridge, doves, and large mule deer up to 30 inches ~ Active farming and cattle operation utilizing 200± acres of irrigated cropland and pasture ~ Features a full set of residential and ranch improvements including an owner’s lodge and guest cabins ~ No conservation easement ~ Elevation is approximately 3,200 feet ~ Annual property taxes are approximately $9,800 ~ Offered turnkey with furnishings and ranch equipment
$2,890,000  •  117.56 acres
The Beehive Ranch is situated in the scenic Stillwater River Valley, 30 minutes southwest of Absarokee. Encompassing approximately 117 deeded acres of which nearly 45 acres can be irrigated, the ranch has over 2,000 feet of Stillwater River frontage, one of Montana’s premier trout fisheries. Aside from the river, the ranch has two wells for domestic use, and water rights from the Stillwater River and Bad Canyon Creek for stock and irrigation use. Live water provides stock water for the 710± acre BLM permit. The improvements consist of a comfortable three-bedroom main house and a small guest cabin, both situated on the bank of the river. With beautiful views of the Beartooth Mountains, this well-kept ranch is less than an hour and a half from Billings. The Facts: ~117± deeded acres ~710± acres BLM lease ~2,000± feet of river frontage ~2,200± square foot main home ~576± square foot guest cabin ~Blue Ribbon trout fishing ~Good elk and mule deer population ~Views of the Beartooth Mountain ~30 minutes to Absarokee ~45 minutes to Columbus ~45 minutes to Red Lodge ~90 minutes to Billings
$3,900,000  •  686.41 acres
The Beartooth Foothills Ranch is located three miles east of the small town of Nye, Montana on the north slopes of the Beartooth Mountain Range. Red Lodge is 45 miles to the southeast via Montana Highways 419 and 78 through Roscoe, one of Montana’s prettiest country drives. Billings, Montana’s largest commercial center, is 70 miles east. The ranch consists of 686± deeded acres comprised of highly sought-after foothills and mountain hay meadows that border the Custer National Forest for one mile. The ranch boasts high-quality habitat for elk, mule deer, and whitetail deer. The famed Stillwater River, one of Montana’s finest freestone trout fisheries, is a mere two and a half miles away. The Facts: ~686± deeded acres ~Currently leased to a neighbor for hay production and livestock grazing ~2,048± square foot brick home built in 1975 ~Four-bedroom, three-and-a-half bathroom ~32’ x 48’ shop with concrete floor ~Prairie Dog Creek originates and runs through the ranch for over one and a half miles ~Multiple perennial springs ~Hunting has been leased via Land Trust ~One mile of USFS boundary ~Ranch is perimeter and cross-fenced
$9,000,000  •  6,274 acres
The Hickert Ranch offers an outstanding opportunity for a person looking for a good cow-calf ranch or feeder cattle ranch that is ready to go. The 6,274± acres of the 9,656± acre property are under a grazing CRP contract that provides a dual entity property owner $100,000 of yearly income while at the same time allowing for grazing. The balance of the property consists of 3,382± acres of state land. A new scale has been installed allowing the new owner to weigh cattle coming and going right on the property. Corrals and the feeding facility are first-rate pipe built and include 1,200± feet of bunk space. The shop buildings are all fully insulated with numerous extras right where you need them. There is also a well-thought-out horse facility with all the extras. There are two recently remodeled homes at the headquarters that can be used for ranch labor or guest quarters. The main house is new construction carefully planned for infinite possibilities. This is truly a unique Colorado ranch that will provide income and pride of ownership. - 9,656± acres (6,274± deeded; 3,382± state land) - CRP grazing income - Great hunting possibilities - New executive home with four car garage - New bunk house - Insulated shop with meeting quarters, kitchen, and many extras - Horse vet facility with pipe fence and Ritchie waterers - 1,200-foot bunk space feeding facility with pipe corrals, loading chute, and working corrals
$1,540,500  •  395 acres
For more questions or to schedule a showing, please contact Brett Grier, Broker|Partner, Hall and Hall, LLP at 817-357-7347. Bird Creek Crossing is located 68± miles southeast of Oklahoma City and comprises 394.36± deeded acres in Hughes County, Oklahoma. A paved road accesses the property and features a three-bedroom, two-bathroom brick home. The home is suitable for a homestead or can be utilized as a weekend getaway. In addition to the residential improvements, the ranch includes a small horse barn, workshop, pole barn, and modest set of cattle pens located near the southeast corner, close to the home. Electricity and water run to all improvements, with water sourced from a good water well near the house. The perimeter is fenced with cross-fencing utilized to partition the ranch into three different pastures for rotating livestock and supporting hay production. Significant water features include one-and-a-half miles of Bird Creek and eleven stock ponds. The property’s over 160 feet of elevation change creates desirable topography and productive bottomland for hay and native grass production. Currently the property serves as a working cattle ranch with hunting and hay production. With approximately 180 acres of improved grass, the stocking rate, depending on total rainfall, is approximately 50-60 animal units, according to the current owner. There is dense cover along the creeks, ridgeline, and hills that protrude along the southern boundary of the ranch. Hunting opportunities for whitetail deer, turkey, dove, ducks, and geese are desirable on the ranch and in the general area. The hills and valleys provide clear views of the Little River Valley, good habitat, and multiple opportunities for wildlife food plots. The proximity to Oklahoma City, the manageable distance to Dallas-Fort Worth, and the balance between agricultural and recreational opportunities make this property a sound value-added investment. Note: A 15-year fixed loan at 4.5% with Oklahoma Ag Credit is assumable by a buyer with approved credit, subject to the loan's terms. The Facts: ~394.36± deeded acres in Hughes County, Oklahoma ~Three bedroom, two bathroom, 1,628± square foot ranch house ~1,200± square foot two-stall barn, 900± square foot workshop, and covered equipment parking ~One-and-a-half miles of Bird Creek with eleven ponds and a water well ~Fenced and cross-fenced with approximately 180+ acres of improved pasture ~No known existing surface leases or oil and gas production ~No wind farms or proposed wind farms on the property ~No transmission lines on the property or bordering the property ~Two access points on a paved road and only about three-and-a-half miles from Holdenville and Holdenville Municipal Airport ~68± miles from Oklahoma City, 150± miles from Dallas/ Fort Worth, 42± miles from Lake Eufaula, and 70± miles from Lake Texoma
$1,900,000  •  102.11 acres
Diamond M Bar Ranch offers a freestone river fishery, private elevated homesite, and substantial irrigated acreage. Unencumbered by an HOA or conservation easement. This 102± acre property is highlighted by over three-quarters of a mile of the San Juan River, producing brown and rainbow trout with the occasional bass. The elevated mesa offers an excellent building site with panoramic views, including South San Juan's snow-capped peaks. Virginia Ditch delivers 2.5 CFS of senior, adjudicated water rights to an easily irrigated 38± acre pasture. The seller will also convey an additional 4.0 CFS of water rights. This combination of significant river frontage, topography, and plentiful water rights offer intriguing potential for improvements such as enhanced river structure, new ponds, and modern irrigation. Pagosa Springs, Colorado, is well known as an outdoor recreation destination popular for its namesake hot springs, the San Juan River, Wolf Creek Ski Area, and beautiful mountain views. The community is surrounded by San Juan National Forest, offering myriad options to hike, bike, raft, ski, fish, and hunt. With a population of around 15,000, Pagosa offers all the recreational amenities found elsewhere in Colorado while still successfully clinging to that authentic mountain-town character so often lost with growth. Offered in cooperation with Matt Ford of Pagosa Land Company. - 102± deeded acres, with no major structures - Located 16 miles south of Pagosa Springs, Colorado - 50 miles from Wolf Creek Ski Area - 4,100± total feet of San Juan River exposure – 1,575 feet on both sides and 2,525 feet of frontage - 2.5 CFS of primary adjudicated water rights - 38± irrigated acres – flood irrigation - 4.0 CFS of additional water rights, which will require further due diligence - 20 miles from the 8,100-foot Stevens Field runway, offering year-round general aviation service - 75-minute drive to La Plata County Airport with daily commercial service to Dallas, Phoenix, Denver, and Houston - Located in Game Management Unit 771, over-the-counter bull elk tags
$17,750,000  •  320.02 acres
Gallatin Crosswaters Estate is a 320± acre recreational paradise located 30 minutes from downtown Bozeman. The lands are embellished with water that includes frontage on both the East and West Gallatin Rivers, Bull Run Spring Creek, and a volume of stocked ponds. Groomed trails and two-track roads allow one to easily explore the property to enjoy exceptional upland bird, waterfowl, and deer hunting in addition to the volume of trout fishing opportunities, all with access provided by a private bridge across the East Gallatin River. Perched into a hill overlooking the river bottomlands, the lodge was sited to absorb the southerly view of the Gallatin Valley and its associated mountain landscapes as well as the near views of this prized watershed. Contemporary in design and fully furnished, this high-quality residence is the focal point of owners and their guests and is situated on a rock ledge overlooking an inviting stretch of river just feet from the main living area. Upslope from the lodge, two one-room contemporary “cabins” identical in design blend seamlessly into the landscape with their sodded roofing and large glass walls providing spectacular outside views in these executive residences. A custom “toy barn” of more traditional vernacular provides space to store ATVs, vehicles, and gear. Sold fully furnished, it is also inclusive of vehicles, tractors, other implements, and even a drift boat. Encompassing years of creation, this estate would take many to replicate. Livable to Bozeman and 15 minutes from a commercial and private airfield, Gallatin Crosswaters Estate exemplifies luxury living with exceptional on-site recreational opportunities near one of the most desirable mountain communities in the western United States. The Facts: ~320± acres located 30 minutes from Bozeman and 15 minutes from the International Airport ~Luxury accommodations include a lodge and two guest cabins of contemporary design and built using high-end materials and creative appointments ~Large “toy barn” houses vehicles, boats, ATVs and second-level storage ~Two small rustic cabins sited above the river and a bench overlooking the property ~Outstanding elevated views from the improvements overlook the Gallatin Valley and its associated mountain ranges, as well as the property itself ~Frontage on both the East and West Gallatin Rivers, as well as the lower end of Bullrun Spring Creek, for exceptional fishing ~Professionally managed with a trail system through the river bottom, food plots, and wildlife management, which produces tremendous numbers of pheasant, waterfowl, and whitetail deer ~Private bridge crossing over the East Gallatin ~Sold fully furnished and equipped to include farm machinery, vehicles, UTVs, and even a custom drift boat
$1,006,500  •  305 acres
To Schedule a Showing or for more information, please contact Jay Leyendecker, Hall and Hall, at 956-337-2808. The West Webb Ranch is a beautiful 305± acre ranch located in Webb County, Texas, near the historic town of Mirando City. This versatile property offers a unique opportunity for investors or end-users seeking a manageable ranch in an ideal location. With abundant native wildlife, convenient access, essential amenities, and an income source from a wind turbine, the land presents a promising investment vehicle and immense recreational enjoyment. The land is conveniently situated just seven minutes from Mirando City and the locally famous LaLa’s Restaurant. All the while maintaining opportune access to major roadways, the property is fortunately not overburdened with road noise. The ranch features FM 649 paved frontage, ensuring easy access to neighboring towns and cities. The city of Laredo is just 31 miles from the gate. Laredo has a population of 300,000. The city enjoys an international airport with multiple daily flights to and from Dallas and Houston. Local dining, history, and cultural experiences are major tourist attractions for the city. One could easily enjoy the ranch for the day and experience what the city offers in the evening over the traditional local cuisine Laredo is so well known for. The ranch is a perfect and manageable size with the essentials and paved access. The ranch is ideal for the hunter, investor, or weekend warrior. This property is primed for various recreational development purposes. Whether for a permanent home, recreational getaway, livestock, hunting, or birding endeavors, this ranch offers endless possibilities for new owners. The Facts: ~305+ acres ~Located in Webb County ~Two water wells ~Electricity ~Abundant wildlife ~Excellent hunting - whitetail, javelina, feral hogs, and bobwhite/scaled quail ~Outstanding brush diversity ~Low fence/free range ~Hiking ~Four-wheeling ~Artifact collecting ~Wind royalties ~Caliche/calcrete pit ~Seven miles to Mirando City and 31 miles to Laredo ~Nearly three-quarters of a mile of paved frontage on FM 649
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