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$12,000,000  •  4,049 acres
The Wagstaff Ranch, known as a legacy Flint Hills ranch less than two hours from Kansas City, is now being offered for sale after being owned by the same family since 1960. Comprised of 4,053± rolling acres of nature’s most prolific native tallgrasses, with hardwood trees in deep draws, some of which have large spring-fed lakes and ponds. The ranch is accented by a beautiful custom-built family entertainment home with a pool. This ranch is in the eastern flank of what is left of this continent’s tallgrass prairie. Numerous springs and seasonal creeks, including the South Branch of Mill Creek, meander across and through the ranch. The Wagstaff Ranch is set up and operated as an ongoing cattle ranch yet offers the ultimate in country living less than two hours from one the best cities in the heartland.
$8,400,000  •  7,052 acres
The 15,296± acre AL Ranch is a classic working cattle ranch situated in the heart of the productive and scenic Nebraska Sandhills. Located in the best cattle country in the world and near the highest-priced cattle markets, the property supports a profitable 700 head cow/calf operation with all supporting livestock. The ranch features 296 pivot irrigated acres, 445 head cow/calf permit on National Forest, 2,500 head backgrounding lot, an excellent set of improvements along with superb native grasslands that have remained virtually unaltered over time. The ranch lays on top the Ogallala Aquifer, which provides excellent water resources allowing for shallow clean water wells. The ranch has been in the family since 1947 and exudes extreme pride in ownership from grassland management to the improvements. The AL Ranch is multi-faceted, allowing for numerous operational opportunities to meet your needs and can be bought as a turnkey operation. The Facts: ~ 15,296± total acres ~ 7,052± deeded acres ~ 296± pivot irrigated acres, 144 acres in alfalfa ~ 700 head year-round cattle ranch ~ 2,500 head backgrounding lot ~ Three homes ~ Insulated shop and calving barn ~ 445 cow grazing permit on national forest ~ Seven submersible wells ~ Four pipelines supplying over 30 tanks and all pastures ~ 12 shelterbelts strategically placed through ranch ~ Silage pit ~ Grain storage ~ Excellent Mule deer hunting ~ Good road access ~ Good fences ~ Priced at $12,000/AU
$4,995,000  •  518 acres
This 518± acre northern New Mexico offering provides outstanding fly fishing on over one and one-quarter mile of professionally enhanced Chama River and five stocked ponds in the attractive and easily accessible Chama River Valley. The centerpiece of the property is its diverse section of live water that is home to healthy populations of large wild brown and rainbow trout. Here, tasteful improvements, beautiful views, big game hunting, and productive hay meadows are complemented by proximity to Santa Fe and Pagosa Springs, Colorado. Located six miles south of Chama, New Mexico, Cañones Creek Ranch represents the opportunity to acquire a high-quality angling property that is turn-key and ready for immediate and easy use. The ranch enjoys a private setting yet is close to the amenities of town and has year-round access via paved US Highway 84. Internal access is provided via private ranch roads and a bridge that provides access to both banks of the river.
$2,150,000  •  0 acres
Flattop Mountain Ranch, 22 miles south of Telluride, is a 249± acre heavily forested private parcel surrounded entirely by national forest. Situated within the San Juan National Forest, this property features an off-grid cabin nestled in the timber with ample opportunity for recreation and astounding views of both Mt. Wilson (14,252 ft.) and Lizard Head Peak (13,123 ft.). The property offers dark timber and wallows where trophy elk reside. The cabin features propane powered lights, a refrigerator, indoor facilities, a water tank, heating, and a wood stove. Just 1.5 miles off the Scenic Highway 145 and six miles north of Rico, Colorado, this property strikes the perfect balance of accessibility and privacy. Facts: ~ 249± deeded acres ~ Located in GMU 71 – Over the counter second and third season bull elk tags ~ 22 miles from Telluride ~ Six miles from Rico ~ Surrounded by national forest on all sides ~ Four miles from Lizard Head Wilderness Area ~ 15 miles from Dunton Hot Springs ~ Five miles from Trout Lake ~ Excellent views of both Mt. Wilson and Lizard Head Peak ~ Abundant wildlife – elk, mule deer, bear, grouse, porcupines, squirrels, and various others ~ Incredible privacy and seclusion ~ Located in Dolores County, with far less building restrictions to neighboring San Miguel County ~ Off-grid propane-powered cabin ~ Undeveloped natural groundwater spring ~ Opportunity for national forest land exchange ~ Private access through national forest road ~ Minutes from fishing, hunting, mountain biking, hiking, snowmobiling, horseback riding, backpacking, backcountry skiing, snow skiing, and snowshoeing
$2,650,000  •  1,731 acres
Philpot Ranch consists of 1,731± deeded acres in Logan County, Nebraska. The property is located four miles north of Stapleton along Highway 83. The ranch features 184± acres under pivot irrigation, wetlands, living shelterbelts, and native rangeland, which makes it a very well-balanced unit and supports all kinds of wildlife from big game to waterfowl. Philpot Ranch would make an excellent investment property, with a leaseback option or ranch expansion. Facts: ~ 1,731± deeded acres ~ 184± certified irrigated acres ~ 130± additional acres for irrigation development ~ 200± acres dryland hay ground ~ 2014 Zimmatic pivot ~Two solar wells with 30-foot tanks ~ Five windmills with 30-foot tanks ~ Half mile living shelterbelt ~ Hwy 83 access ~ Five separate pastures ~ Good barbed wire fences
$1,040,000  •  400 acres
The River Pasture of Pine Creek Ranch offers 400± acres of rolling pastureland with two miles of Red River frontage and almost a mile of frontage on FM 410. Separate frontages on CR 2381, leading to the wooded habitat on the eastern end. Exceptional recreation and grazing opportunity. Approximately 75 percent pasture, the ranch offers a productive opportunity for the cattleman in the deep alluvial soils on the river’s high bank. The wildlife outdoorsmen will enjoy the river access and the game habitat between the river and the old channel. Highest elevation is approximately 385 feet and offers a prominent homesite not too far from the pavement yet overlooking the view of the old river channel and the Red River to the east. The Facts: ~ 400± acres more or less subject to survey ~ Approximately 2 miles frontage on the Red River ~ Road frontage on FM 410 and CR 2381 ~ Mostly pasture ~ Native grasses, bermuda grass base.
$296,250  •  79 acres
The 79± acre pasture of Pine Creek Ranch offers 79± acres of rolling pastureland along frontages of FM 195, FM 410, and RRCR 2350. Rolling upland hill pasture with two ponds and scattered trees. Approximately 60 percent open yet nice privacy offered by mature woodlands on two sides. Electricity on site, this pasture is ready to be transformed into your new ranch in the country, with several spectacular homesites and exceptional access. Oak trees and scattered pine groves are perfectly blended amongst the rolling grass pasture on the ridge and create the perfect country backdrop. The Facts: ~ 79± acres subject to survey ~ Multiple road frontages ~ Fenced ~ Two ponds ~ Mostly pasture ~ Native grasses
$1,315,200  •  411 acres
The Front Pasture of Pine Creek Ranch offers 411± acres of rolling pastureland along 3,900 feet of frontage on FM 195. Rolling upland sandy hill falling to Pine Creek bottom. Mostly cleared with native pasture, scattered trees, and hardwood timber along the creek. Nice homesite on the higher ridge in front. This ranch offers exceptional access, nice views, and a great canvas for your plans. One nice pond in front, one cross fence, good hunting, good grazing, and elevations ranging from 395 to 350 feet at Pine Creek. The Facts: ~ 411± acres subject to survey ~ Approximately 3,900 feet of frontage on FM 195 ~ Extensive frontage on Pine Creek and corresponding floodplain ~ Cross fenced ~ One pond ~ Mostly pasture ~ Native grasses
$1,500,000  •  160 acres
Blue Mesa Lake Sporting Ranch is a 160± acre secluded sporting retreat in Gunnison County alongside Blue Mesa Reservoir, Colorado’s largest body of water. Its cove access to the lake offers the best of waterfront and mountain living beneath the iconic Pearson Point. Hunters, fishers, and nature-lovers will appreciate the ranch’s unique position within the Curecanti National Recreation Area adjacent to the West Elk Wilderness. An abundance of wildlife exists both on and off the property with springs, drainages, and access to adjacent public land. The property offers stunning panoramic views from every vantage. Gunnison is nearby for easy access to goods and groceries, as well as the Gunnison County Airport. Its restored historic compound features two cabins and a loafing barn with a corral and stock tanks. A portion of the film True Grit was filmed near this property. The Facts: ~ 160± acres ~ Adjacent to Blue Mesa Reservoir and West Elk Wilderness ~ Located within Curecanti National Recreation Area ~ Panoramic views of the San Juan Mountains and Pearson Point ~ 30 miles from Gunnison and Gunnison County Airport ~ Restored historic compound including two bunk cabins, hitching post, loafing barn, corral, and stock tanks ~ Fenced and cross-fenced for potential 15-20 head of livestock ~ Located in GMU 54 for trophy elk and deer hunting ~ Access points to Blue Mesa Lake and West Elk Creek for salmon and trout fishing ~ Two year-round springs ~ Abundant wildlife including elk, deer, bear, moose, mountain lion, bighorn sheep, antelope, coyote, fox, beaver, eagle, hawk, heron, ducks, and geese ~ Private road access ~ Full water rights ~ Opportunity for a conservation easement ~ 2019 taxes: $1,460.01 ~ Within driving distance of three major ski resorts: Crested Butte, Aspen, and Telluride ~ Known as an important historic filming location for the classic film “True Grit”
$23,204,950  •  10,793 acres
The Spring Creek Ranch, owned by the same family for nearly 80 years, is now being offered for sale. Comprised of 10,793± acres of deeded land with predominantly native tallgrasses in the heart of the widely known Kansas Flint Hills, this ranch is a combination cow/calf and stocker cattle operation that was designed to operate at a very efficient level. The ranch has excellent cattle handling facilities and in addition to beef production, the ranch also offers diverse recreational opportunities, some of which can appreciably affect the bottom line. Beautiful Spring Creek runs through the ranch for over seven miles, providing numerous areas of fertile cropland, hay meadows, and stands of hardwood trees in and around the rock-bottom creek with pools of fresh, clear water. There are over 47 ponds and lakes throughout the ranch, including the 70-acre Big Lake and the 14-acre Niles Lake, plus Cabin Lake where the native stone lodge sits on the water’s edge.
$16,926,300  •  12,538 acres
Wild Side Ranch gets its name for its 14,538± total acres of dramatic cliffs and canyons with a rolling landscape marked by thick stands of ponderosa pines, juniper and pinons, numerous canyons, rock outcroppings, cliff faces, arroyos, drainages, and all interspersed by meadows of native grasses. The primary feature of the property is the stunning and iconic landmark, Cañon Blanco, serving as the southern boundary. Nestled between the Sandia and Sangre de Cristo Mountain Range, every turn on the property offers a different view from big sky bluffs across sprawling prairies to dense forests before New Mexico’s notable grandiose sunsets. Several miles of the Wild Side’s eastern boundary border the 1.6 million-acre Santa Fe National Forest, protecting the land as a wildlife habitat for trophy elk, mule deer, wild turkey, bear, and mountain lions. Located in Game Management Unit 45. Well-maintained internal ranch roads, a natural spring, two wells, and an excellent water piping system supports up to 300± cattle and offers open opportunities for further development to build value. Just 25 miles southeast of Santa Fe, this well-maintained operational rangeland and wildlife habitat presents a rare opportunity to purchase a large acreage holding for the area and carry on the current ownership’s pristine care for the land as a legacy holding. Note: A substantial amount of additional deeded land may be available for purchase. The Facts: ~ 12,538± deeded acres ~ 2,000± leased acres ~ 25 miles south of Santa Fe, NM ~ 40 minutes to Santa Fe Municipal Airport and Albuquerque International Airport is less than a two-hour drive ~ Bordered for over 6 miles on the east by the 1.6 million acres Santa Fe National Forest ~ Vacant land – build to suit ~ Located between Sandia and Sangre de Cristo Mountains ~ Featuring several miles of Canon Blanco ~ Characterized by mesas, canyons, arroyos, meadows, and rolling prairies ~ Wildlife including trophy elk, mule deer, wild turkey, bear, and mountain lions ~ Located in GMU 45 ~ Abundant ponderosa pine, juniper, and pinon tree cover ~ Well-managed rangeland ~ 2 water wells ~ Supports up to 300 head of cattle (owner rated) ~ Elevation ranges from 6,200 to 7,400 feet ~ Blue gramma, dropseed, western wheatgrass, Indian ricegrass, squirreltail, buffalo grass, Galleta, muhly, and tumble grass ~ 300 days of sunshine ~ Additional land may be purchased
$7,750,000  •  462.43 acres
Every once in a while, that perfect “gentleman’s” ranch comes to the market. Located in a tightly held valley, less than an hour from Vail and Beaver Creek, the landowner is putting their legacy holding on the market for the first time in over 50 years. The 462± acre, L Quarter Circle presents an extraordinary opportunity to acquire a true tailwater fishery, featuring both banks of Sweetwater Creek for approximately 5,640 feet of a high-grade brown trout fishery. Immediate access to thousands of acres of public land, adjacent to BLM, and in turn adjacent to the White River National Forest. The Eagle/Vail Jet Center is located less than 35 minutes from the property, while Vail and Beaver Creek are just under an hour, and Aspen is just over an hour and a half’s drive away. Tucked away in a grove of aspen trees overlooking an expansive irrigated meadow and mainstem of Sweetwater Creek, the primary residence is private and secluded, offering just under 5,000 square feet. Charming, well built, and privately located, the home offers a modern farmhouse feel further complementing the property. A functional caretaker home, barn, and turn of the century cabin round out the balance of the improvements. The land is a combination of irrigated meadow, bottomland surrounding the river, and the balance graduates in elevation transitioning from oak-covered hillsides into higher elevation heavy timber. Easily accessible and incredibly well located, this style of property is in demand, hard to find, and not easily replicated. The Facts: ~ 462± deed acres ~ Excellent primary residence, functional manager’s home, barn, and turn of the century cabin ~ 2002 - 4,715 sq. ft., 4 bed, 3.5 bath primary residence ~ 1965 – 1,060 sq. ft. 3 bed, 1.5 bath caretaker residence ~ Easy drive and accessibility to Eagle/Vail County Regional Airport ~ Less than an hour from Vail and Beaver Creek and less than two hours from Aspen ~ Year-round county road access ~ Close proximity to iconic Flat Tops ~ Approximately 5,640 linear feet of both banks of Sweetwater Creek, a tailwater fishery to Sweetwater Lake ~ Exceptional German brown trout fishery featuring outstanding habitat and natural ecosystem ~ Riland and Cease creeks offer seasonal tributary water resources ~ Approximately 20 acres of irrigated meadows and hay production ~ Adjudicated water rights to support irrigation ~ Abundant migratory wildlife, small game species, and a variety of bird species ~ Biodiversity of habitat, vegetation, and topography ~ Transitional landscape and varying topography, ranging from bottomland irrigated land to mid-level scrub oak hillside, rising to heavily forested timberland
$4,995,000  •  518 acres
This 518± acre northern New Mexico offering provides outstanding fly fishing on over one and one-quarter mile of professionally enhanced Chama River and five stocked ponds in the attractive and easily accessible Chama River Valley. The centerpiece of the property is its diverse section of live water that is home to healthy populations of large wild brown and rainbow trout. Here, tasteful improvements, beautiful views, big game hunting, and productive hay meadows are complemented by proximity to Santa Fe and Pagosa Springs, Colorado. Located six miles south of Chama, New Mexico, Cañones Creek Ranch represents the opportunity to acquire a high-quality angling property that is turn-key and ready for immediate and easy use. The ranch enjoys a private setting yet is close to the amenities of town and has year-round access via paved US Highway 84. Internal access is provided via private ranch roads and a bridge that provides access to both banks of the river.
$20,000,000  •  1,460 acres
The Fork Farm is an exceptional sporting property and working farm located one-hour east of Charlotte, NC. The 1,460± acre farm is a very private landholding that sits at the end of a state-maintained road. It is flanked by the Rocky and Pee Dee Rivers, which join at the southern tip of the property to create the eponymous “Fork”. A tribute to classic European field sport estates, The Fork’s multiple land uses and best-in-class components overlap effortlessly. No single pursuit defines the farm, although among the standouts are world-class equestrian facilities, highly productive quail and waterfowl programs, and multiple sporting clay and shooting courses. The quality of the operations and flexible land uses are a testament to the management and planning of the current ownership. In addition to its enviable sporting reputation, the farm has been routinely recognized for its outstanding conservation efforts. Extensive improvements are spread throughout the farm, including a main house, guest lodge, farm buildings, and phenomenal stable. The Fork proves the sum is greater than any one of its parts and represents a real estate offering of the highest caliber. *Professional Photography by Deb Russell and Susan Watson The Facts: ~ 1,460± acres ~ 12,100± square foot, 15-stall stable with numerous amenities ~ Extensive equestrian improvements, including 4 outdoor riding arenas (2 with all-weather footing) and cross-country course ~ Exceptional hunting and wildlife, including intensively managed upland habitat, timber, shallow water impoundments, and dove field. ~ Two 14-station sporting clay courses, five-stand course, 65-foot tower, and accompanying gun lodge ~ 1.9 miles of Pee Dee River frontage ~ 1.4 miles of Rocky River frontage ~ Main house with connected three-bedroom guest cottage ~ The Fork Lodge, a nine-bedroom guest lodge ~ The Carriage House, a two-bedroom guest cottage ~ Miles of trails and farm roads ~ Farm office, kennels, and multiple farm buildings, including a 6,000± square foot heated building ~ One-hour east of Charlotte
$4,995,000  •  518 acres
This 518± acre northern New Mexico offering provides outstanding fly fishing on over one and one-quarter mile of professionally enhanced Chama River and five stocked ponds in the attractive and easily accessible Chama River Valley. The centerpiece of the property is its diverse section of live water that is home to healthy populations of large wild brown and rainbow trout. Here, tasteful improvements, beautiful views, big game hunting, and productive hay meadows are complemented by proximity to Santa Fe and Pagosa Springs, Colorado. Located six miles south of Chama, New Mexico, Cañones Creek Ranch represents the opportunity to acquire a high-quality angling property that is turn-key and ready for immediate and easy use. The ranch enjoys a private setting yet is close to the amenities of town and has year-round access via paved US Highway 84. Internal access is provided via private ranch roads and a bridge that provides access to both banks of the river.
$1,800,000  •  933.26 acres
Postill Creek Ranch is a 933± acre mountain retreat located on the northeastern flank of the Highwood Mountains in central Montana. The Highwood Mountains are an island mountain range rising above a prairie ecosystem with fertile farmlands to over 7,600 feet in elevation. The ranch is a foothill landscape with conifer-covered ridges, rock formations, large stands of aspens, grass valleys, and the spring-fed Postill Creek flowing through the southern portion of the property. The lands are scenic and private. Elk and mule deer are commonly found on the deeded lands as well as the adjacent national forest, which lies contiguous along the southern boundary. The ranch has served as a summer grazing unit and outfitters camp for the current owners. It is an ideal property to build a cabin for enjoying the solitude and recreational pursuits of the region. The Facts: ~933± acre mountain retreat located 50 miles east of Great Falls ~Scenic and private mountain landscape ~Conifers, aspens, brushy coulee’s, grassy meadows, and the spring-fed Postill Creek ~Contiguous to national forest lands ~Unimproved and ideal for a new landowner to build a cabin or small residence ~Large-racked elk and mule deer along with whitetail, black bear, moose, and other wildlife ~Historically used as a summer grazing operation and outfitters camp
$2,499,500  •  108.26 acres
Twisted Fork At Rock Creek near Philipsburg, Montana, provides a rare opportunity to own a turn-key waterfront retreat on one of the most renowned trout streams in Western Montana. With nearly a mile of two forks of this Blue Ribbon stream, anglers will find no shortage of quality, fishable water right out their front door. An owner’s residence, two well-appointed cabins, an indoor riding arena, and various outbuildings make this well suited as a gathering place, income-generating guest ranch or base for an outfitting operation. With 108± level acres, Twisted Fork is stock ready with appurtenant water rights, fencing, and corrals suitable for horses, cattle, or other livestock. Additionally, the region is known for a variety of attractions including Discovery Ski Area, Georgetown Lake, Blue Ribbon trout stream Rock Creek, the Anaconda-Pintlar Wilderness, and the Beaverhead-Deerlodge National Forest, Montana’s largest. Philipsburg anchors this agricultural community, providing staples, dining, lodging, and other services associated with a rural Montana town. For services associated with larger communities, Missoula, with its international airport and historic Butte, are one and a half, and an hour away respectively. Twisted Fork at Rock Creek offers the quintessential Montana getaway and a launching point for the best recreation that Montana has to offer. The Facts: ~ 4,850± feet of two forks of Blue Ribbon Rock Creek ~ 108± acres in two parcels on both sides of the creek ~ Three waterfront homes; an owner’s residence and two guest houses ~ Indoor arena and shops ~ Conservation easement on 45.25± acres ~ Fenced and cross-fenced ~ Unique geological formations ~ Water rights ~ Significant income from short term cabin rentals ~ 2020 Taxes $6,239
$4,750,000  •  1,232 acres
Located on the bank of the Tennessee River in Decatur County, Clifton Bend is a richly diverse landscape consisting of 1,232± acres. With 415± acres of fertile farmland generating $52,000± of annual income, this property provides an attractive mix of recreational and income-producing lands. The water resources are astounding with a 100+ acre natural cypress lake and 2+ miles of Tennessee River frontage. The topography is equally as interesting with the impressive geological limestone bluff that provides huge views from the back porch of the lodge. Built in 2018, the lodge is 1,600± square feet constructed of locally sourced wood products. The northern half of Clifton Bend is rolling mixed hardwood forests with scattered food plots and hayfields throughout. With the abundance of edge, food, water, habitat, and privacy that allow wildlife to thrive, it’s no secret that Clifton Bend is a phenomenal recreational hunting property in all of the outdoor seasons. Clifton Bend is located only two hours from Nashville, TN and Huntsville, AL and it is a short 10-minute drive to the small community of Clifton, TN. The Facts: ~ 1,232± acres of a uniquely diverse landscape ~ 2+ miles of Tennessee River frontage ~ 415± acres of income producing farmland ($52,000±) with rich alluvial soils ~ 100+ acre natural cypress lake teeming with critters, wildlife and fish ~ Incredible views from the 1,600± square foot cabin recently built in 2018 and constructed of locally sourced wood products ~ Buried power and paved driveway to the lodge ~ Sensational hunting and fishing resources in all seasons of the year ~ Transitions from rich flat farmland to gently rolling hardwood forests with food plots ~ 2 hours from Nashville and Huntsville, 1 hour to Jackson, 2.5 hours to Memphis, and 10 minutes to the small town of Clifton
$15,000,000  •  173 acres
Eagle River Sanctuary sets the standard for riverfront properties on Colorado’s renowned Eagle River. Here, the discerning buyer will find a private and beautiful setting comprised of a total of 173± deeded acres replete with exceptional improvements, onsite recreation, and an unmatched combination of river frontage and mountain lands – all within close proximity to Vail, Beaver Creek, the Vail Valley Jet Center, and Eagle County Regional Airport. The river sanctuary is hidden away along a bend on the south bank of the Eagle River just 2.4 miles east of the Town of Eagle. At the heart of this rare 61.9± deeded acre river holding is the exceptional 14,054± square foot residence, which features many amenities including a large master wing, movie theater, game room, wine cellar, professional prep kitchen, four guest rooms with en-suite bathrooms, three offices, numerous porches, four-bay garage, outdoor entertaining areas and expertly landscaped grounds that spill out to the Eagle River. Architectural elements include soaring ceilings, walnut beams and finishes, and walkout porches. Other improvements at the sanctuary are the riverside guest house, which is known as “The Fish House”, and a large custom garage. Both buildings are set back from the primary residence but connected to it by short walking trails and a private paved driveway. From the backdoor of the residence or Fish House one can enjoy .4± mile of prime angling on the Eagle River as well as access to an additional three miles of river. Complementing the river compound is a comfortable mountain cabin, which is sited on a separate 111± deeded acre parcel. Tucked amongst an aspen grove at the top of a mountain ridge, the 1,913± square foot cabin and detached garage provide mountain-top views and ample opportunity to view the area’s abundant wildlife. Seclusion is paramount, and access to Eagle River Sanctuary is provided via two electronic security gates and a bridge crossing the river. The river sanctuary improvements and mountain cabin are located within the exclusive 10,500± deeded acre Diamond Star Ranch. Ownership is limited and entails access to and use of Diamond Star’s unparalleled amenities, including an equestrian center, lodge, and dining, excellent big game hunting and trout fishing, as well as miles of developed horse and OHV riding trails. Showings and additional information, including a 3D Matterport Scan of the primary residence, are available upon qualified written request. *Professional Photography by Dan Tullos of Mountain Home Photography The Facts: ~ Highly desirable Eagle River location in Eagle County, Colorado ~ Only 27.5 miles to Vail and 18 miles to Beaver Creek ~ Seven miles to Vail Valley Jet Center and Eagle County Regional Airport ~ 2.4± miles east of Eagle, Colorado ~ 173± total deeded acres ~ .4± frontage on the beautiful Eagle River with excellent fly fishing ~ Access to an additional 3± miles of Eagle River ~ 14,054± square foot riverside residence with five bedrooms, five full baths, and two half baths. Numerous amenities and extensive landscaping, including water features ~ Riverside 1,606± square foot guest home with one bedroom and one- and one-half baths ~ Seven bay, 5,650± square foot custom garage with dedicated wash bay ~ Ownership within and access to the exclusive 10,500 acre Diamond Star Ranch with amenities including an equestrian center, lodge and dining, excellent big game hunting, trout fishing, and miles of trails for horseback or OHV riding
$1,199,000  •  159 acres
Located just 4.5 miles from Ainsworth, Nebraska, the Budde Reservoir Farm consist of a beautiful custom-built home on the banks of a private lake with a mature timber setting. Included on the farm is a 128.7-acre water right. The majority of the cropland is irrigated by a Valley center pivot and balance is flood irrigated. The house, along with the deck, provides year-round views of the lake with the ambiance of wildlife, water, and the wind whistling through the pines. The farmland provides a nice income stream to supplement the beauty of the property. Exceptional wildlife opportunities include waterfowl, pheasants, and deer. The Facts: ~ 159± acres ~ Custom built home with two car attached garage ~ Center pivot irrigation ~ 128.7-acre water rights ~ Generac standby generator ~ Lake views ~ 10-acre private lake ~ Short paved driveway ~ Underground sprinklers ~ Great waterfowl habitat ~ Pheasants and Deer ~ Detached garage/workshop
$1,250,000  •  14.62 acres
The West Boulder Reserve is a 1,300 plus acre ranch that was at one time a popular dude ranch. Over 40 years ago, it was turned into what is likely the first “shared ranch development”. The concept of a shared ranch is that individuals (20 in this case) each own a small lot with the right for one building site and the balance of the ranch is shared. The concept sold out almost overnight over 40 years ago and it has been notoriously difficult to buy an undeveloped lot there for many years. The offering of Lot 14A represents just such an opportunity. It is one of the very few lots that is a riverfront parcel that allows one immediate access to the river. The Facts: ~ LOCATION: Approximately 20 miles southeast of Livingston and 27 miles southwest of Big Timber. ~ ACREAGE: 14.623 acres plus 1/20th undivided interest in 1,000 plus acre common area. ~ WATER RESOURCES: Approximately 2.5 miles of the West Boulder River flows through the Reserve property. ~ LOT DESCRIPTION: This lot lies above and below the main road through the Reserve. A potential building site is available which overlooks the river, or there is an alternative site above the road with more dramatic views. WBRA board has the right to approve the site. ~ THE RESERVE: The West Boulder Reserve consists of 20 homesite lots which average 17.4 acres each and around 1,000 acres of common area. It adjoins and/or has access to a huge area of national forest. Annual dues are currently $4,375 per share. ~ SUMMARY: This represents a very rare opportunity to buy an unimproved lot in a sought after shared ranch development that has been sold out for over 40 years.
$21,600,000  •  656 acres
The rolling hills and quiet pastoral setting of Whitehall, Texas have a wonderful secret - the 656± acre Whitehall Ranch, a master-planned ranch property with architectural consistency throughout every improvement within commuting distance to Houston or College Station. Despite a very private and pristine setting, the ranch is easily accessed via Highway 6 and the new Highway 249 extension. Anchored by a private, family compound tucked into a natural protected setting, Whitehall Ranch reflects the thoughtful merger of inspiration and architecture. The main residence, two guest homes, and pool complex are a masterpiece of design and modern luxury with soaring ceilings and wall-to-wall windows. No mechanical or aesthetic detail was overlooked. Terraced landscaping and manicured grasses offer a Zen-like setting among architectural symmetry and dramatic lines. The ranch is an incredible place to take pleasure in a multitude of year-round activities and to relax in luxury and savor the amazing scenery. The owner was in no rush to get this right and went to, and continues to go to, extraordinary lengths to ensure this ranch's place among Texas's finest properties. Co-listed with Deitra Robertson Real Estate The Facts: ~ A master-planned property within 656± acres in south-central Grimes County ~ True architectural consistency and quality across every ranch improvement ~ Located in south-central Grimes County within a few minutes of direct access to the Aggie Freeway ~ Three home camp, pool and pool house, gate house, stable and maintenance headquarters, homestead headquarters, and three staff houses Cattle ranch ~ Trap and Skeet complex ~ 10± acre turf sporting field ~ 8± acre lake with boathouse ~ Two live water creeks ~ Exceptional ecological aesthetic diversity
$9,100,000  •  1,885 acres
Rich in local history, the Muleshoe Ranch is a well-rounded, true production cattle and recreational ranch located along the banks of the Lemhi River just 17.5 miles southeast of Salmon, Idaho, the County Seat of Lemhi County. Year-round access is provided via State Highway 28 right to the ranch’s front gate. Comprised of 1,855± deeded acres, the Muleshoe Ranch controls approximately 2.5 miles of the Lemhi River, as well as 2.1 miles of Pattee Creek flowing out of the adjacent public lands. With a year-round owner rated carrying capacity of 600+ head, the ranch provides adequate water for irrigating approximately 634 acres of cropland and hay meadows with an average hay production of 1,750 ton per year of grass hay and alfalfa. Irrigation water is delivered via two pivots, wheel lines, and flood irrigation. The Muleshoe Ranch is the sole operator on the adjacent BLM, national forest, and Idaho state land grazing allotments, which amount to an 800 head permit beginning in early May and running through October 20 for a total of 4,200 AUMs. This expansive grazing allotment, which spans the Continental Divide and up to Montana, is comprised of 19 rotation pastures, 21 water developments via water troughs, pipelines and spring boxes, and is approximately 15X12 miles in size. There is a total of seven residences throughout the three farmsteads on the ranch. These residences vary in size from small hunting and fishing guest cabins to modest ranch manager’s and employee housing, to the beautifully restored owner’s residence, which was the old Red Rock stage station from 1866 to 1910. The home was remodeled and updated in the 1990s and has been added onto, as well. In addition to the residences, the Muleshoe Ranch has a complete set of working and handling facilities which include a large shop and loft barn, fuel tanks in a contained station, various equipment and machine sheds, hay barns, truck and livestock scales, feedlot and calving sheds, and extensive corrals. The ranch offers an array of recreational amenities in addition to its productive agricultural components. A tributary of the Salmon River, there is approximately 2.5 miles of willow and cottonwood lined banks of the Lemhi River flowing through the ranch. The river originates 25 miles south of the Muleshoe Ranch at its headwaters near Leadore, ID. From there, it picks up several smaller springs and streams along the way before arriving at its confluence with the Salmon River. The Lemhi River is known for its critical spawning habitat for the wild steelhead and salmon that make the long journey from the Pacific Ocean all way to the river’s upper reaches to spawn. There are also healthy numbers of rainbow trout and bull trout found throughout the system. As you make your way from the river bottom to the upper reaches of the ranch, you will find deer in the irrigated hay and pasture meadows, as well as in the sagebrush hillsides and pivot irrigated acreage on the bench. The deer and elk will also migrate and seek shelter along the tree-lined corridor of Pattee Creek as it exits the expansive public lands of the BLM east of the ranch, which also connects to national forest. The Muleshoe ranch is as equally rich in history as it is in recreational and agricultural amenities. In August 1805, the Lewis and Clark expedition crossed the continental divide at the Lemhi Pass approximately 10 miles to the east of the Lemhi River and Muleshoe Ranch. There, the group encountered a tribe of Shoshone Indians, one of whom turned out to be Cameahwait, brother of Sacagawea. It is said that the birthplace of Sacagawea was along the banks of Pattee Creek at a Shoshone camp, which was located on what is now the Muleshoe Ranch. In 1855, a group of Mormon missionaries came from Utah to establish a remote colony known as Fort Lemhi, located on the ranch just below one of its benches. A religious settlement rather than a military fort, the Salmon River Mission grew to more than 100 settlers before conflicts with the local Indian tribes forced them to abandon the valley in 1858. However, during the missionaries’ time here, they identified a tract of farmland downstream and dug a ditch off of Pattee Creek farther upstream. After ploughing several acres of land, they turned the water on and ran it through the ditch to irrigate the newly planted crops. This was the first irrigation project in the great Northwest and some of these historic irrigation ditches are still used today. Part of an old adobe mission wall still stands on the Muleshoe Ranch, as well as the Fort Lemhi Cemetery and a monument in honor of the Salmon River Mission and those who lost their lives. The Facts: ~ Location – 17.5 miles south of Salmon, ID in Tendoy. ~ Acreage – 1,855± deeded acres and sole operator on the adjacent BLM, national forest, and Idaho state land grazing allotments, which amount to an 800 head permit for a total of 4,200 AUMs ~ Acreage Breakdown – Approximately 634 acres of irrigated land with 1800s priority date water rights, 225± acres of pasture meadow and 926± acres of dry pasture with the balance in river bottom, farmsteads, ranch headquarters, and handling/feeding facilities. ~ Residential Improvements – Main residence is a 3,276± sq. ft. restored and remodeled 1866 historic farmhouse with 3 bedrooms and 3.5 baths and an office. Six additional residences, including small hunting and fishing guest cabins, manager’s home, and employee housing. ~ Working Improvements – A large loft barn and shop, fuel tanks in a contained station, equipment and machine sheds, hay barns, truck and livestock scales, feedlot and calving sheds, and extensive corrals. ~ General Operation – Owner rated at 600+ head year-round with an average hay production of 1,750 ton per year. Sole operator on adjacent public land grazing allotments equal to an 800 head permit for a total of 4,200 AUMs. ~ Wildlife – With its diverse landscape of river bottom, irrigated cropland, sagebrush steppe, and elevated benches leading to high country rangeland, wildlife is abundant with species including elk, mule deer, whitetail deer, moose, waterfowl, Gambel’s quail, sharp-tailed grouse, Hungarian partridge, eagles, osprey, and various hawks and falcons. ~ Fishery – 2.5 miles of Lemhi River flowing through the ranch. The Lemhi is a predominantly privately held river and is a tributary to the Salmon River. Healthy numbers of steelhead and salmon move into this system every year from the Pacific Ocean to spawn. Trophy rainbow and bull trout are also abundant. ~ History – A portion of Pattee Creek located on the ranch is said to be the birthplace of Sacagawea. The old Fort Lemhi Mission monument and cemetery are located on the ranch, along with remnants of the old adobe wall which surrounded the fort.
$5,900,000  •  951 acres
Located 12 miles southeast of Huron, the Pearl Creek Pheasant Haven can only be described as one of the premier destinations for pheasant hunting. The Farm consists of 951± deeded acres and adjoins an 850± acre USFW waterfowl production area. Pearl Creek meanders through the property along with the prime habitat, including trees, shrubs, native grassland, food plots, ponds, and farm ground. Not only is the pheasant hunting premier, but deer hunting is also exceptional with the property only a short distance from the famed James River Valley. Pearl Creek Pheasant Haven is highlighted by a 4,500 square foot lodge overlooking a pond and has never been commercially hunted. After a successful day of hunting, the views from the lodge deck are breathtaking as the sun touches the horizon. The Facts: ~ 951.35± deeded acres ~ 721± acres current tillable ~ 4,500 square foot lodge ~ 5,500 square foot heated/insulated shop ~ Two miles of Pearl creek ~ Adjacent to 600 acres game preserve ~ World-class pheasant habitat and hunting ~ Numerous ponds and sloughs ~ Superb deer and waterfowl hunting ~ High capacity irrigation well ~ Abundant tree groves ~ Shooting range
$2,750,000  •  227.16 acres
Sugar Creek Farm is a fantastic 227± acre property located just one-hour east of downtown Atlanta on the outskirts of Madison, Georgia. Sugar Creek’s grounds have been impeccably cared for and offer a diverse landscape with good water resources, a nice mix of open and forested landscape, and an attractive rolling topography. The recreational activities are abundant and will engage all generations of a family. The water resources include a gorgeous and well-managed 6-acre fishing lake and nearly a mile of Sugar Creek, which is the property’s northern boundary line. The improvements are immaculately maintained and include a spectacular, artisan-crafted main house. Custom designed by architect Steve Kemp, the attention to detail and craftsmanship is evident throughout this 5,225± square foot log and stone home built in 2009. The logs are hand-hewn hemlock and every bit of the stone was hand-cut on site. The farm is only 10 minutes from the historic town of Madison, 20 minutes from Reynolds Plantation at Lake Oconee, and 40 minutes from the university town of Athens. The property is protected by a conservation easement that is held with Athens Land Trust. The Facts: ~ Well maintained 227± acres ~ Water resources include a 6-acre fishing lake and nearly a mile of Sugar Creek ~ Mixture of open and forested land, 22± acres of fields and food plots, 100± acres of hardwood, and 90± acres of managed pine stands ~ Custom-built 5,225± square foot log and stone home overlooking the 6-acre lake. Built in 2009 and includes an incredible outdoor area with pool and a guest house ~ Rolling topography with an abundance of recreational opportunities ~ Has conservation easement held by Athens Land Trust ~ Only 10 minutes from the historic town of Madison, 20 minutes from Reynolds Plantation at Lake Oconee, 40 minutes from the university town of Athens, and one hour from Atlanta
Hall and Hall

Hall and Hall
2290 Grant Road
Billings, MT 59012
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