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$7,330,000  •  1,083 acres
Linden Farm encompasses 1,083± acres in the heart of the picturesque Virginia Piedmont. Wide vistas of the Blue Ridge Mountains fill the western viewshed, while the gently sloping land east of the farm marks the beginning of Virginia’s coastal plain. For three decades, the farm has harmonized agriculture, wildlife, and the homestead, creating a farm that’s proven yet filled with potential for the next owner. The primary land uses on the farm are agricultural and recreational, and the fertile Davidson soils on the western portion of the farm form the foundation of the productive pastures supporting the Angus and SimAngus herd. Wildlife and hunting on the farm are outstanding, and the rolling topography, six ponds, and mixture of open pasture, and hardwood forest provide the groundwork for creating additional recreational pursuits. The farm is thoroughly improved, starting with a beautiful, character-rich owner’s compound centered around a Georgian-style manor house built in 1930. Additional improvements include a manager’s house, tenant cottage, farm buildings, and two poultry houses. Linden’s large acreage, balanced land uses, privacy, and close proximity to Washington D.C., Richmond, and Charlottesville make it a coveted opportunity to create a lasting family retreat.
$1,250,000  •  320 acres
The 320± acre Craven Ranch is located approximately four miles west of Newport, Nebraska, in the famed hay country of Rock County. The ranch consists mostly of high-producing sub-irrigated hay meadows complete with a full headquarters, roping arena, and corrals. Nearly all of the 320 acres can be hayed or used for intensive grazing. The ranch would also make a great year-round cow/calf operation supporting up to 100 pair. The house is a quaint three-bedroom home with nice updates, and the shop has a concrete floor along with horse stalls and tack room. The sub-irrigated hay meadows are highly sought after in Rock County, and a great water system with pipeline will provide many management options. The Craven Ranch would make a great starter ranch or expansion for existing operation needing more hay base. The Facts: ~ Three-bedroom 1,624 square foot house ~ Steel shop with concrete floor ~ 3,888 square feet ~ Water well with pipeline to tanks ~ Mostly sub-irrigated meadows ~ Crossed-fenced for rotational grazing ~ Produces up to three ton per acre of hay with fertilizer ~ Good access with short distance from Highway 20 ~ Roping Arena ~ Corrals ~ Mature trees
$5,700,000  •  377 acres
Red Tiger Springs represents a rare opportunity to buy a good-sized private holding that actually fronts on the Bighorn National Forest between Story and Dayton. It is even more unusual to find a piece of land fronting on the Bighorns that is not encumbered by a conservation easement. This unique holding consists of 377± contiguous deeded acres just outside of Story between North and South Piney Creek. Formerly the site of a private lodge that was removed some years ago, the property does have a good road and underground power to a dramatic building site. It consists of a contiguous block of mostly timbered land that begins on gentle slopes at the base of the Bighorns and runs westerly up the slope and on top where it enjoys far-reaching views of the Cloud Peak Wilderness to the west while overlooking Story and the open plains to the east. Red Tiger Springs provides private access to hundreds of thousands of acres of wild and beautiful mountain land. The lower reaches of the property are more open and on gentler slopes where additional home sites would be very viable. The upper reaches of the ranch include springs, deep canyons, and rims providing exceptional wildlife habitat. Wildlife on the property includes elk, moose, deer, bear, and grouse. In summary, there is a good mix of timber, springs, a small creek, and open parks all in their natural state close to town with good basic infrastructure in place. The Facts: ~ ACREAGE: 377± deeded acres ~ LOCATION: Minutes from Story and 20 minutes from Sheridan adjoining US National Forest ~ BUILDINGS: Exceptional building site with road and underground power ~ WILDLIFE: Variety of big game including elk, deer, bear, and moose ~ TERRAIN: Gentle to steep mountain slope setting with large stands of pines, aspens, and other deciduous and conifer trees, plus some open parks ~ AMENITIES: Miles of ATV trails for exploring the property ~ WATER: Springs and a small creek ~ SUMMARY: Rare opportunity to buy a private accessible tract of wild and beautiful land fronting on the Bighorn National Forest with no development restrictions
$15,450,000  •  3,011 acres
This is truly a rare offering for a connoisseur of great waterfowl, whitetail deer, and wild turkey hunting! Conveniently located 30 minutes from North Platte, NE and a little more than three hours to Denver, CO. North Platte’s airport runway is 8,000 feet and will handle almost any private plane. The Hanging H Ranch totals 3,651± acres, which includes 3,011± acres deeded and 640± acres of Nebraska State Lease. This incredible hunting property boasts prime stretches of both the South Platte River and the North Platte River. It can’t be replicated and there isn’t another property like it on the market today! Almost four miles of the South Platte River and over one mile of the North Platte run through property. Ducks Unlimited completed an extensive waterfowl habitat project on the South Platte River portion of the ranch in 2009. The ranch has varied topography that ranges from grass-covered hillsides, pastures, and irrigated pivots to tree-covered river bottom, food plots, quail and pheasant buffer habitat, warm water sloughs, and hay meadows. The main improvements on the ranch are impeccable and feature a seven bedroom, five bathroom lodge with a beautiful game room and outdoor entertainment area, a historic barn, a new barn, indoor workout arena, large shop, enclosed equipment storage, and a ranch manager’s home with shop and outdoor arena. The Hanging H Ranch also has a diverse agricultural component. The ranch was historically utilized as a high-end performance quarter horse breeding operation and still has all of the facilities in place. In addition, the owner has continuously run a purebred Angus cow/calf operation. The farming, which has also served as a tremendous food source and habitat for all of the wildlife, features three full pivots of various sizes and five wiper pivots also of various sizes, which have been planted in corn, alfalfa, beans, and cane. With all that the Hanging H has to offer it also would make for a great family retreat or corporate entertainment property. This is a must-see for the discerning high-end recreational buyer that wants an agricultural investment asset! The Facts: ~ 3,651± acres total with 3,011± acres deeded ~ Almost four miles of the South Platte River ~ Over one mile of the North Platte River ~ Numerous side channels and sloughs ~ Great waterfowl, whitetail deer, wild turkey hunting, as well as mule deer, quail, and pheasant hunting ~ Extensive wildlife habitat enhancement and improvements throughout ~ Very nice seven-bedroom main home/lodge, two barns, indoor workout arena, two shops, and separate ranch manager’s home ~ Horse and cattle working facilities ~ 616± acres pivot irrigated plus flood irrigated and sub-irrigated ground ~ 25 miles from Lake McConaughy, Nebraska’s largest reservoir
$50,000,000  •  650 acres
Encompassing a picturesque mountain valley nestled at the base of towering peaks, Snowmass Falls Ranch offers the ultimate combination of natural beauty, seclusion, and access to world-class amenities. This stunning 650± acre ranch is highlighted by lush meadows, tumbling streams, aspen groves, and forested hillsides, all set against a backdrop of snowcapped summits. Mount Daly dominates the view from the ranch headquarters, and a fortuitous bend in the valley brings additional peaks into view, including Clark Peak and Snowmass Mountain. It is an incredible setting for a multitude of activities - fishing, hunting, riding, hiking, ranching, entertaining, or just relaxing. Snowmass Falls Ranch is the last privately-owned property in the upper Snowmass Creek valley. The access road ends at the front gate, and surrounding the ranch is the Maroon Bells - Snowmass Wilderness. This massive 181,535-acre roadless area has over 100 miles of foot and horseback trails and six of Colorado's peaks over 14,000 feet, accessible right from the property. This not only creates a gateway to an enormous wilderness playground, but a desirable end-of-the-road setting removed from development and other private landowners. By nature of being surrounded by pristine wilderness, the ranch feels much larger than its deeded acreage. Given the unspoiled scenery and secluded setting, it is hard to believe that the ranch is only minutes from the top summer and winter resort destination in the world. Yet this private valley is located only 10 miles due west of Aspen and less than one mile west of the Snowmass ski slopes. Snowmass is the largest and most visited of the four Aspen/Snowmass ski resorts. Everything you may need or want, from the commercial airport to the finest shopping, dining, and nightlife, is within 30± minutes of the ranch. Snowmelt from the massive peaks and ridges above the ranch provides an abundant supply of water throughout the year. Snowmass Creek and West Snowmass Creek converge on the property. There are waterfalls on each stream, including the namesake Snowmass Falls. Ranch meadows are irrigated by senior water rights out of the creeks dating back to the late 1890s. Augmenting the aesthetic and agricultural uses, the extensive live water on the ranch provides recreation in the form of fishing for wild trout in the creek and beaver ponds. The recorded history of Snowmass Falls Ranch dates back over a century to when Ms. Kate Lindvig acquired the property from the US Government in 1906 through the Homestead Act. She ranched it for decades and ultimately sold it to the Perry family in 1943. The Perrys have been commendable stewards of the land and kept the property relatively unchanged. Several historic off-grid cabins remain in use today. Although the Perry family has considered conservation easements to preserve the pristine setting and protect its extraordinary wildlife habitat, no such encumbrances have been placed on the ranch. The sum of their efforts is this extraordinary property that has served as a gathering place for multiple generations of the family – a true legacy in every sense. The Facts: ~ Stunning mountain valley beneath 13 to 14,000-foot peaks ~ 650± deeded acres ~ End-of-the-road seclusion ~ Surrounded by 181,535± acre Maroon Bells - Snowmass Wilderness ~ Direct access to numerous hiking trails in the wilderness area ~ Diverse topography and vegetation ~ Two streams with waterfalls and senior water rights ~ Multiple historic cabins ~ Best of both worlds’ location – secluded yet convenient to amenities ~ Very rare to find so much acreage this close to Aspen and Snowmass ~ No conservation easement ~ Fantastic property to get away without being very far from world-class resorts
$8,900,000  •  10,000 acres
Clear Creek Ranch is a 1,000± head mountain cattle ranch that operates on 10,547± deeded acres and a single permittee Bureau of Land Management grazing allotment that covers 48,370± contiguous acres and supports 2,995 animal unit months. The ranch is located in the Grass Valley 15 miles south of Winnemucca and connects to Interstate 80 by way of State Highway 294. The ranch controls virtually all of the water in Clear Creek, one of the longest year-round streams in the northern Great Basin. Clear Creek is fed by snowmelt and sustained during summer months by 80 published springs and many more unpublished springs. Water from Clear Creek is stored in three impoundments at the mouth of Clear Creek Canyon and delivered by gravity to six center pivots that irrigate 790± acres. Clear Creek produces reliable flows into the summer (the lowest recorded flow rate was 1.15 cfs/538 gpm during the drought of 2003) and is supplemented by two irrigation wells later in the season. These wells respectively produce between 1,300-1,500 gpm and 1,800-2,000 gpm from 150 feet to 200 feet. Grazing on the ranch’s deeded pastures and associated BLM allotment is all contiguous and private. This is an efficient one-hand operation, with outside help only necessary during farming and hay harvesting. Improvements are also efficient with steel pipe corrals, hydraulic squeeze chute, digital scale, and manager’s home. In addition, the ranch features a 600± square ft, two-story, hand-pealed log cabin that is located in a secluded spot in Clear Creek Canyon. Built in 2001, this high-quality, well-built structure is off-grid with outdoor plumbing. Clear Creek has been rated as a blue ribbon trout stream with the opportunity to catch trophy class rainbow and brook trout, while the irrigation ponds support a robust population of largemouth bass and provide additional fishing opportunities. The ranch is also home to mule deer, mountain lion, bobcat, quail, chukar, and Hungarian partridge. The Facts: ~ Located 15 miles south of Winnemucca on State Highway 294 ~ 58,820± total, contiguous acres including 10,457± deeded acres and a 48,370± acre, single permittee BLM grazing allotment with 2,995 AUMs ~ Estimated year-round carrying capacity of 1,000 animal units typically running yearlings until January and selling excess hay ~ Nearly five miles of Clear Creek plus three irrigation storage reservoirs, each over two acres ~ 790± pivot irrigated acres with 500± acres of senior rights from Clear Creek dating back to 1870 ~ Two irrigation wells pumping between 1,300-1,500 gpm and 1,800-2,000 gpm from 150 to 200 feet ~ Residential improvements include a high-quality 600± square foot log cabin, a single room log cabin adjacent to the irrigation ponds, and a 1998 manufactured home used by the ranch manager ~ Efficient ranch improvements that include metal pipe corrals, digital scale, and hydraulic chute ~ Rainbow and brook trout in Clear Creek and bass in the irrigation ponds ~ The ranch controls access into the Sonoma Mountains where there is superior habitat for mule deer, quail, chukar, and Hungarian partridge ~ Annual property taxes are approximately $6,000 ~ Elevation at the ranch headquarters is approximately 4,500 feet
$2,000,000  •  181 acres
The Beartooth Farmhouse sits on top of the West Bench of Rock Creek ,which is approximately six miles from Red Lodge. The ranch is surrounded by lush hayfields and magnificent mountain views of the Beartooth Mountains, Crazy Mountains, and the Pryor Mountains. Situated on approximately 181 acres of which 133± are irrigated, the 1920’s two-story home has been beautifully remodeled. Reconditioned outbuildings, which include a barn with a studio apartment and numerous ancillary buildings, allows a buyer to own an attractive small ranch operation in one of Montana’s most desirable locations. A conservation easement with the Montana Land Reliance is in place and can be provided for review. The Facts: ~ 181± deeded acres ~ 133± acres irrigated ~ Minutes to downtown Red Lodge ~ Approximately 30 minutes to Red Lodge Ski Resort ~ Conservation easement with the Montana Land Reliance ~ Views of three mountain ranges ~ Very fertile soils ~ Remodeled farmhouse ~ Numerous outbuildings ~ Less than an hour to Billings, MT
$9,500,000  •  4,183 acres
Rising from the Clark Fork River north into the Garnet Mountains, JP Land & Cattle presents a diverse and accessible holding, minutes from Missoula, Montana's second-largest city. Comprised of 4,183± acres, the ranch offers a wide swath of riparian influenced Clark Fork river bottom, center pivot irrigated hay ground, vast stretches of native range, and 2,240± acres of recreational acreage, surrounded by public land. The ranch includes two improvement clusters. The operational headquarters is conveniently located along the county road and is comprised of a two-unit residential complex, a 60'X x 170' barn/arena, and working corrals. Up the mountain at 5,400 feet elevation lies a state-of-the-art off-grid owner's compound with an exquisitely appointed square log cabin and three-bay shop with additional attached living quarters. With over two miles of the Clark Fork River, there is no shortage of quality trout water on site. For hunters, resident elk can be seen year-round and healthy populations of whitetail and mule deer frequent the entirety of the ranch. JP Land & Cattle offers a little of everything most coveted in a Montana ranch property.
$895,950  •  330 acres
Willow Springs Ranch consists of 330± acres situated in the west central portion of Brown County just south of the small town of Bangs and only ten minutes from Brownwood. San Angelo is located one hour and 20 minutes away, and DFW is around two and a half hours away. With strong agricultural opportunities and stunning views of mature oaks, hardwoods, and bull mesquite, the ranch is perfect for both cattlemen or weekenders alike. The ranch is ideal for a yearling operation with approximately 113 acres of cultivated land, and three stock tanks and two wet weather creeks provide sufficient surface water for livestock. There is also coop water available at the road. A new set of Rice Lake livestock scales and working pens are set adjacent to the cultivated fields and accessed from the double gates at the road. The ranch is a great place to process and ship cattle from with easy access along the well-maintained county gravel road for semi-trailer trucks to get in and out in most weather conditions. There is an older corrugated barn that could be rehabilitated or salvaged if desired, or there are plenty of optimal sites for a new barn or facilities. Fencing and cross-fencing is in good condition across the ranch. For the wildlife enthusiasts, there are healthy populations of whitetail deer, hogs, turkey, dove, and ducks thanks to the wide variety of native browse, good surface water, and large wheat field. Willow Springs Ranch offers a great location, quality components for a strong cattle operation, and plenty of opportunities for recreation for friends and family.
$1,745,000  •  206 acres
Mountain Side Vista is a rare find today in Sheridan County. Beautiful in its own right with a pleasing mix of open pastures and rolling hills with timber and aspens, it offers big mountain views of the Bighorn Mountains as they extend northerly toward the Montana border. The property encompasses 206± deeded acres and a 320± acre State of Wyoming grazing lease for a total of 526± contiguous acres. The state land allows one to walk out the back door into a public walk-in area on Piney Creek, which gives one access to incredible fly fishing. The deeded portion of the property currently has no structural improvements. There are, however, multiple extraordinary building sites for a future home. There is an improved underground watering system providing the ability to create wild game food plots with ease. There are multiple live springs and a variety of brush cover for upland birds and big game species. In addition to easy access into the many social, cultural, and practical amenities of Sheridan, the Mountain Side Vista is approximately ten minutes from 27 holes of golf on the Powder Horn Golf Club. The Powder Horn also offers a variety of activities for adults and children alike, as well as an excellent place for lunch or dinner year-round and a great place to take the kids or grandchildren swimming.
$695,000  •  157.47 acres
Owned by the same family for four generations, Upper Antelope Creek Ranch consists of 157± deeded acres located in central Idaho’s Antelope Creek Valley approximately 35 miles southwest of Mackay, 90 miles east of the resort community of Ketchum/Sun Valley, and 95 miles northwest of the regional commercial center of Idaho Falls. The Antelope Valley is a secluded, sparsely populated area of immense natural beauty flanked by the 11,000-foot peaks of the Pioneer and White Knob mountain ranges. Primary access to the property is via a seasonal county road that crosses the property and links to US Highway 93 and the Lost River Valley, approximately 20 miles northeast of the ranch. The Antelope Valley is also accessed by air using a 3,450-foot public runway that is located four miles to the east. Antelope Creek meanders for over three-quarters of a mile through the property year-round and is home to a healthy population of wild rainbow and brook trout. Leadbelt Creek is a small, spring-fed stream that also flows onto the property and supports a maze of willows, wetlands, and beaver ponds. The Salmon-Challis National Forest borders the property on two sides and provides miles of hiking, horseback riding, big game hunting, ATV riding, and other backcountry recreation. Wildlife in the area is varied and abundant and features elk, mule deer, mountain goat, moose, antelope, and upland game birds. The ranch is undeveloped and offers excellent off-grid building sides with wonderful views of the surrounding mountains and foothills.
$1,697,000  •  425 acres
Roughly twenty miles south of Brownwood and about a mile from the small town of Brookesmith, pride in ownership is immediately apparent within every acre of this combination ranch in the western edge of the Texas Hill Country. The property consists of 425± acres that have been meticulously improved over the years. The value added in sweat equity is a rare find and is hard to replace or compare with other properties in the market. The main house sits under a canopy of enormous pecan and oak trees alongside Clear Creek near the county road. The three bedroom two bath home with central heat and air is perfect for a weekend abode, a place to stay while you build a lodge or custom home, or easily a comfortable place to call home. The rock guest home is tucked away beyond the barns and house and is surrounded by drought-tolerant Afghan pines providing complete seclusion and privacy. The exterior and porches were professionally rocked with limestone sourced from the property. The interior is artfully designed with redwood walls, rock behind the wood burning stove, and accented by handmade redwood doors. In front of the guest cabin is a ramada and rock fire pit for outdoor entertaining. Historically operated as a working cattle ranch, the property includes two rock barns with cement floors, two sets of pipe corrals, an arena, round pen, new five-strand barbed wire fences and cross fences, large equipment barn, fuel tanks, and two 10-ton overhead feed bins. Other ranch equipment may be negotiated and 50% of the mineral estate held by owner may be included in the sale with an acceptable offer. Aside from being a working cattle and equine ranch, this property has exceptional recreational opportunities and habitat that supports a healthy population of whitetail, dove, and turkey. There are several new hunting blinds and deer feeders throughout the ranch. The hunting has been strictly managed over the years and the number of mature deer seen supports that. There are five dirt tanks that offer great largemouth bass and bluegill fishing. The largest tank, which is near five acres when full, also has crappie and catfish. This tank has never gone dry in 23 years. Several types of oak trees and native pecan trees grow throughout the property and along approximately one mile of seasonal Clear Creek that bisects the ranch. The property’s boundary is fenced with portions being high fence and the remainder in six-strand barbed wire with cedar staves. The ranch has diverse topography, from bluffs above the creek with amazing views to rich bottomland. The property is cross-fenced into six pastures, which include around 30 acres of cultivated land and approximately 60 acres of improved grass. The balance of the acreage is well maintained native grasses and trees. Municipal water supplies both homes and corrals. The ranch is easily traversed by nicely kept and well-traveled roads.
$6,000,000  •  297.8 acres
The Salmon Prairie Ranch is located in Western Montana’s Swan Valley in the middle of two of Montana’s most dramatic mountain ranges: the Swan Range and the Mission Mountains. This is the heart of the Crown of the Continent and many trailheads leading into the massive Bob Marshall Wilderness (1.5 million acres) are a stone’s throw away. The ranch itself has 3.2 miles of boundary with an ocean of Flathead National Forest and almost a mile of both sides of the Swan River. A comfortable three bedroom two bath log home is tucked into the trees on a hillside overlooking the meadow and across the river at the snowcapped Swan Range. Another cluster of improvements located in the meadow include a barn, guest cabin and more. A two bedroom two bath manager’s home with a detached garage provides the opportunity for an on-site manager to keep an eye on things. There are two wells and water rights for 54± acres of flood irrigation. A conservation easement encumbers approximately one-third of the acreage. Wildlife and trout abound here, and the views will put your jaw in your lap.
$14,900,000  •  112,097 acres
Bitter Creek Ranch is a generational ranch full of Western and Native American history. The ranch is an exceptional mix of recreation and cattle grazing opportunities. A hunter or cowboy’s dream, this contiguous ranch runs 800 AUs on 112,097± total acres with 11,037± deeded acres, 90,000± acres BLM lease, 5,080± acres leased Utah State land, and 5,980± acres open grazing land. An oasis located entirely in Game Management Unit 21 where 200- inch bucks and 400-inch bulls are not uncommon. Truly a year-round ranch covering elevations of 5,200 feet up to 9,000 feet at the top. Over 300 acres of flood-irrigated pastures and a variety of sub-irrigated meadows are located along seven miles of Bitter Creek, which flows through the heart of the summer country, filling six trout ponds. In the spring, the acreage is seasonally irrigated from Evacuation Creek and numerous free-flowing springs. The lower elevation portions of the ranch provide forage through the winter. The ranch has six homes of various sizes, three in the winter country and three nestled in the secluded mountains of the summer country. Additional improvements include a hunting outfitter’s bunkhouse and headquarters near the privately owned McAndrews Lake, various outbuildings, storage sheds and strategically located corrals, working facilities, and holding pens. There are four water wells on the private land and three artesian wells on BLM land. The Facts: ~ 110,537± acres total with 11,037± acres deeded ~ Trophy mule deer and elk genetics ~ Additional hunting for black bear, mountain lion, and turkey ~ Fishing for various types of trout in the numerous ponds ~ Owner rated carrying capacity of 800 mother cows year-round ~ Great winter range ranch because of very good protection ~ Four sets of working facilities ~ Six homes on the ranch and various outbuildings ~ Strategically located corrals and working facilities
$1,153,350  •  233 acres
The deep, productive soils of the Brazos River alluvial plain offer agricultural production and a great investment opportunity to expand your operation or own a great farm with attractive income potential. This farm is solid and well-shaped, with approximately 210 acres historically in corn, cotton, and grain sorghum. Consisting of the most common soils in the bottom, Ships clay, Roetex clay, and Weswood silty clay loam, the farm offers good field structures, drainage, and accessibility. The Facts: ~ 233.123 acres per most recent survey ~ Accessed via 3,150± feet of deeded easement ~ No electricity on site ~ Entirely within the Brazos River Flood Plain ~ Historically operated under cash rent ~ Ag exempt
$1,500,000  •  45 acres
Highlighted by a beautiful private stretch of the coveted White River encompassing both sides of the river, this unimproved 45± acre property also features irrigated meadows with senior water rights and multiple building sites. The property includes both banks of the cottonwood-lined river and features excellent fishing for browns, rainbow, and cutthroat trout. Additionally, a wide variety of wildlife species inhabit the riparian corridor and lush irrigated meadows. Located in the shadow of the Flat Tops Mountains of Northwest Colorado, only seven miles from the town of Meeker, White River Retreat is adjacent to the 10,600± acre Oak Ridge State Wildlife Area, providing additional deer and elk hunting. The nearby White River National Forest and Flat Tops Wilderness Area offer a multitude of additional recreational activities. The Facts: ~ Superb trout fishing on .28 mile of the White River, including both sides ~ Irrigated hay meadows with excellent water rights ~ Adjacent to Oak Ridge State Wildlife Area ~ Located on a well maintained, paved county road ~ Great location for accessing additional outdoor recreation
$3,750,000  •  4,743 acres
The 4,743± acre Little Lost River Valley Ranch is located in east central Idaho’s upper Little Lost River Valley surrounded by the majestic peaks of the Lemhi and Lost River ranges. With wide open views and no residential structures visible, the majesty of this “Old West” landscape is breathtaking. Summit Creek, a year-round spring creek that originates on adjoining federal lands, meanders through stands of alder and willow for more than three miles through the ranch and is home to robust populations of spirited rainbow and brook trout. Bordered by lands managed by the Salmon/Challis National Forest, Bureau of Land Management (BLM), and State of Idaho, the ranch’s views and natural setting are almost entirely protected from the intrusion of development. A conservation easement covering 1,950± acres of the property enhances this effect by protecting habitat for elk, deer, pronghorn, sage grouse, raptors, wading birds, and waterfowl. A custom-designed 600± square foot log cabin constructed in 2008 is perched above Summit Creek overlooking the creek and nearby wetlands. Every window of the cabin frames an extraordinary view, and the porch is the perfect spot to relax and watch the day begin and end. The cabin and its remarkable setting were featured on the cover of Mountain Living magazine in August 2012 and in Country Living in the fall of 2013. The ranch is accessible all year and situated midway between Sun Valley, Idaho and Jackson Hole, Wyoming, within easy reach from either community. Idaho Falls, Idaho and its commercial airport lie approximately two hours southeast of the property, while Salt Lake City, Utah is located just over four hours to the south.
$1,999,500  •  287 acres
Rarely does a closely held family farmstead, steeped in such history become available on the open market. The Melvin R. Beck Ranch offers 287± acres in the shadows of the Flint Creek Range less than 15 minutes south of Deer Lodge, Montana. Most recently managed for hay production, 122± acres are pivot ready and 100± acres under three, quarter-mile wheel lines. The ranch has retained ample water rights, the oldest with priority date back to 1869. There are two historic improvement clusters. The original homestead and an operational headquarters with a barn, shop, grain storage, and equipment storage. A blank slate or fuse old with new, the Melvin R. Beck Ranch is ready for stewards to see it through the next 100 years and beyond. The Facts: ~ 287± acres in two parcels ~ 120± acres pivot ready ~ 100± acres under three wheel lines ~ Significant water rights ~ Historic family homestead surrounded by operating ranches ~ Minutes from Deer Lodge, Montana
$4,150,000  •  954 acres
Campos Viejos Ranch, located in Starr County, has long been regarded as a premier whitetail hunting destination with a rich twenty-year history of producing quality bucks. The property consists of 954± high-fenced acres with key brush species heightening deer health and antler production. The offering comes turnkey with two primary residences, the primary home being a 2,700 square foot three bedroom, three bath, and secondary a 2,400 square foot home with three bedrooms and two baths. In addition to the two residences is the “Hunter’s Lodge” which is a three bedroom and three bath built to host ranch guests and large family gatherings. There is no lack of available water across the property with its three water wells, over a mile of piped water feeding twelve water stations, and small ponds. A reverse osmosis (RO) system is in place for the homesites. There are 140± acres of tillable ground currently being utilized for planting LabLab, a protein rich deer forage, and an additional 70± acres for hay production. These farmed pastures are entirely high-fenced to protect them from being over-consumed by the deer populus during the growing period. The land also enjoys 1.35 miles of Highway 755 frontage allowing for easy access. All in all, the ranch is well equipped to handle a multitude of experiences should one want to diversify the property from being a full-time hunting operation to a low key family ranch with a more aggressive cattle operation or a birder’s sanctuary. The infrastructure is in place to enjoy the ranch immediately, granting the new owner the unique opportunity to dream of what they will desire to improve on next if anything at all. Co-listed with Rio Ranch Sales.
$4,750,000  •  598 acres
The Diamond S Ranch is a small working ranch just two miles west of Hyattville with highly sought-after private fly fishing and magnificent views of the Bighorn Mountains. The ranch’s 600± deeded acre headquarters is predominately highly fertile irrigated land producing multiple alfalfa/grass cuttings every year under sprinkler and flood irrigation. The ranch’s 413± acres of territorial water rights come from both Paint Rock Creek and Medicine Lodge Creek. This 600± deeded acres sits adjacent to well over 100,000 acres of state and BLM lands which connect to 1.1 million acres of the Bighorn National Forrest. The ranch has just shy of two miles of extraordinary private fishing on both sides of Paint Rock Creek which is enhanced in this area by numerous natural springs. The main deeded portion of the ranch offers excellent waterfowl and upland bird hunting along with good populations of whitetail deer. When combined with access to adjacent public lands, the Diamond S is truly a recreational paradise. The improvements consist of a newly constructed two-story ranch home, the original historic ranch manager’s house, a fishing cabin, and four working shops or sheds used for both livestock and equipment. In summary, a modest operating ranch with extraordinary recreational amenities.
$6,000,000  •  4,029 acres
This is a tremendous working ranch and recreational property conveniently located less than 15 miles from I-90 and 15 minutes from Murdo, South Dakota. Little White River Ranch totals 8,329± acres which includes 4,029± deeded acres, 1,440± acres of private lease, and 2,860± acres of Rosebud Tribal Lease. The ranch has varied topography ranging from grass-covered hillsides, pastures, dryland farm ground to tree-covered river bottom. The Little White River runs through the ranch for two miles and is primal wild game habitat. The ranch has a nice set of improvements consisting of two homes, shops, calving barns, four sets of working facilities, and numerous outbuildings. The property is well watered with miles of pipeline feeding strategically placed stock tanks and numerous stock dams. There are approximately 60 acres of permitted irrigation ground and 600 acres of dryland farm ground. For the hunter, the ranch provides very good whitetail deer hunting as well as mule deer, turkey, and upland birds. The Little White River is also a fishery, and there are also two large spring-fed ponds on the ranch loaded with fish.
$9,900,000  •  602 acres
The Telluride Renegade Ranch, offering 602± deeded acres of vacant land (which has also been surveyed into 17 - 35-acre tracts), is just 25 minutes to Telluride Regional Airport, and 30 minutes to Telluride and Telluride Ski Resort. The land is well located on the western edge of Hastings Mesa, nicely positioned off a year-round county-maintained road, and within close proximity to Highway 62. The property is comprised of a combination of aspen groves, giant ponderosa pines, rolling meadows, ponds, native grasslands, rock outcroppings, and 360-degree world-class views of surrounding mountains. The topography provides a mild gradient yet has enough transitional land to create a very private enclave. Explore the caves where Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid hid out in the mid-1880s and the remnants of historical cabins. A variety of migratory wildlife, including big game and small game species, traverse through the property. The Telluride Renegade Ranch presents a good opportunity to park capital in a highly desirable land asset class, while also presenting a solid exit strategy and opportunity to build a primary residence encapsulating a truly one-of-a-kind viewshed.
$11,000,000  •  3,256 acres
Top Hat is one of the most stunningly beautiful mountain ranches under the towering Beartooth Front. The Front is part of the dramatic Beartooth Absaroka Wilderness Area that runs from Red Lodge to Gardiner and protects the northern side of Yellowstone National Park. This 4,000± acre ranch, which includes a 747± acre adjacent private grazing lease, consists of a main north-south valley that encompasses Ingersoll Creek for over three lineal miles from where it flows into the West Rosebud River. The ranch includes frontage on the West Rosebud River for nearly one mile, and it spills over the divide in the other direction to encompass the upper reaches of the Antelope Creek Valley, which flows into the East Rosebud River. The timbered ridges that form the valley offer a pleasing contrast to the productive meadows and protection for the herds of over 600 elk which make their home on the ranch. Live springs and the creek assure good natural water for livestock. The buildings consist of an appealing and historic owner’s home, a beautiful old log guest house, and two very attractive houses for staff, as well as excellent outbuildings and livestock facilities.
$3,995,000  •  5,368 acres
The ranch has the Sandhills feel with sub-irrigated hay meadows and rolling hills covered with native grasses, just the way it was thousands of years ago. The ranch headquarters strategically sit on the northern edge of the ranch behind a large set of hills that provide winter protection and the ability to soak up the gorgeous view from the porch of the house. With the ranch in two main parcels, it separates the summer range from the fall and winter operations. The ranch is very well-watered, along with fences in above-average condition. The Facts: ~ 5,368± total acres ~ 5,047.9± deeded acres ~ 320± acre BELF lease ~ 520± acres of sub-irrigated hay meadow ~ 2003 stick-built home ~ Good fences and water supply ~ Blacktop road access ~ Plentiful wildlife including pheasants ~ Located in number one cow county in US
$4,200,000  •  1,880 acres
Huff Creek Ranch is a well-run cattle and hay operation located at the base of the Pioneer Mountains eight miles east of the farming and ranching community of Carey and an hour’s drive southeast of the mountain resort of Ketchum/Sun Valley. The ranch consists of 1,888± deeded acres in two units: the 894± acre main ranch located along US Highway 20 and the 994± acre upper ranch lying six miles to the north and accessed by graveled county roads. The main ranch consists of sprinkler irrigated fields, meadows, riparian areas, and dry grazing lands, while the upper ranch is used for seasonal grazing and highlighted by extensive sub-irrigated meadows. The ranch includes a separate US Forest Service grazing allotment located 10 miles north of the upper ranch that encompasses 10,000± acres and accommodates 220 head from July 7th until September 21st. A 640± acre Bureau of Land Management (BLM) grazing allotment adjoins the main ranch to the north and runs 25 head from May 15th until September 15th. The main ranch holds multiple, adjudicated surface and groundwater rights to irrigate 579.5 acres, while the upper ranch controls a single surface water right to irrigate 40 acres. At present, the owner is irrigating approximately over 350± acres of cropland and pasture at the main ranch under four pivots and two wheel lines. Huff Creek, a year-round spring creek originating east of the property, flows for two and a half miles through the main ranch and provides irrigation water for the operation as well as habitat for waterfowl, upland birds, and big game. Huff Creek also fills several irrigation ponds on the property. The West Fork of Fish Creek, also a year-round, spring-fed creek, meanders through the upper ranch for two miles. With a combination of productive sprinkler irrigation and dependable summer pasture, the owner rates the ranch at 350± animal units, including cows, replacement heifers, bulls, and ranch horses. The main ranch features a comfortable and practical set of building improvements. These include a nicely remodeled four-bedroom, two-story home with a detached garage, a 50’X32’ shop building with a concrete floor and double overhead doors, working corrals, feed bunks, and several older utility buildings. Excepting a functional set of corrals, the upper ranch is unimproved. A set of corrals is also located on the forest service allotment. The area is home to a number of lakes and trout streams as well as excellent big game hunting and wing shooting for waterfowl and upland birds. The ranch is located in hunt units 49 and 52A and qualifies for a landowner appreciation program tag for controlled big game hunts. The resort amenities of Sun Valley, including world-class skiing, fine dining, and excellent golf courses, are located an hour northwest of the ranch.
Hall and Hall

Hall and Hall
2290 Grant Road
Billings, MT 59012

Mobile: 8885573090
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