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$4,620,000  •  3,112.5 acres
Elm Creek Ranch is an oasis in the eastern Texas Panhandle that has been managed for wild quail for the past 20+ years by native Oklahoman and quail enthusiast Mal Mixon. The 3,112± acre ranch features a broad fertile valley along year-round live water Elm Creek that is flanked on either side by dramatic finger bluffs covered with strong stands of colorful native grasses, shrubs, and trees. Elevation change is approximately 300' from the bluffs to the creek bottom. Although managed primarily for quail by longtime current ownership, the property has large numbers of whitetail deer with big-bodied Kansas strain genetics, as well as Rio Grande turkey and waterfowl. A few deep pools along Elm Creek provide fishing options. Good interior roads and quail "courses" to approximately 150 feeders scattered throughout the ranch make the property accessible despite the topography in some areas. The property is being offered turn-key with all furnishings, rolling stock, equipment, vehicles and hunting accessories. Elm Creek ranch is offered separately and in conjunction with the 5,771.46 acre Washita River Hunting Ranch located approximately 50 minutes north, near Alison in Hemphill County. The offering is surface only and is subject to a conservation easement in favor of the Nature Conservancy. Elm Creek Ranch is truly one of the best hunting ranches and most scenic Texas ranches we have brought to market. The Facts: ~ 3,112.5 ± acres in Collingsworth County, Texas. ~ Year-round live water and fertile bottom land along Elm Creek. ~ Approximately 300' of elevation change. ~ Rock lodge and adjacent guest house sleep 10 in an idyllic setting along Elm Creek. ~ Manager/owner's residence with approximately 1,800 square feet of living area constructed in 2010. ~ 10 bay dog kennel with shop, equipment barn with lean to, cattle pens, and horse barn. ~ Excellent whitetail deer hunting with big-bodied Kansas strain genetics. ~ Offered turn-key with all furnishings, equipment, rolling stock, hunting vehicles and accessories. ~ Excellent interior roads and quail "courses" with 150±quail feeders scattered throughout the property. ~Surface only, the owner has no mineral interest. ~ Offered separately and in conjunction with the 5,771.46 acre Washita River Hunting Ranch in Hemphill County.
$4,760,000  •  5,771.46 acres
Washita River Hunting Ranch is a premier 5,771± acre hunting property in the eastern Texas Panhandle that has been intensively managed for wild quail for almost 20 years by native Oklahoman and quail enthusiast Mal Mixon. The ranch features a broad fertile valley along year-round live water via the headwaters of the Washita River. Elevation change is approximately 200' from the tall grass prairie on the north end of the ranch to the river bottom. Although managed primarily for quail by longtime current ownership, the property has large numbers of whitetail deer with big-bodied Kansas strain genetics, as well as Rio Grande turkey and waterfowl along the river. The property has good interior roads and quail "courses" to approximately 100 feeders strategically scattered throughout the ranch. The Washita River Hunting Ranch is offered separately and in conjunction with the 3,112.5 acre Elm Creek Ranch located approximately 50 minute south, near Shamrock in Collingsworth County. The offering is surface only and is subject to a conservation easement in favor of the Nature Conservancy. Contact broker for details. The Facts: ~ 5,771.46 acres in Hemphill County, Texas. ~ Live water and fertile bottom land along the Washita River. ~ Approximately 200' of elevation change. ~ Excellent interior roads and quail "courses" with 150± quail feeders scattered throughout the property. ~ Rio Grande turkey habitat and hunting along the Washita River. ~ Large population of whitetail deer with big-bodied Kansas genetics. ~ Surface only, the owner has no mineral interest. ~ Offered separately and in conjunction with the 3,112.5 acre Elm Creek Ranch in Collingsworth County.
$2,218,500  •  153 acres
Rocky Creek Farm is a rare, 153± acre live water offering in western Blanco County, only one mile south of US 290 and the famed Texas Wine Corridor. Now approaching some 50 wineries, distilleries, tasting rooms and breweries in a 25-mile stretch, the Texas Wine Corridor continues to delight and amaze, while bringing high value to nearby real estate as well! The farm itself offers the full complement of Hill Country attributes, including long views, spring-fed live water, fertile hay fields and scenery that is easy on the eye. A quaint two bedroom stone house serves as adequate living quarters, while two massive, stone and wood barns are objects of fascination and intrigue. One of the prettiest hardwood bottoms of oak/pecan we’ve seen is found on this ranch, and it is literally overrun with axis, turkey and whitetail deer. The crowning feature is a beautiful, clear spring-fed lake on Rocky Creek approximately one-third mile long when full, and up to ten feet deep. This lake offers swimming, fishing, floating and rock skipping at its best, and the stretch of wild creek below the lake includes falls, riffles and holes, with beautiful riparian scenery typical of the area. This is a robust small place with supreme location and features, and is a must-see for serious area buyers. 153± acres, Blanco County, Texas One-half mile both sides of Rocky Creek with concrete dam One hour from Austin and San Antonio Gently rolling live oak country with fields Potential for orchard, vineyard, horse farm Livable small home, restorable stone/wood barns Abundant wildlife includes axis, whitetail, turkey $14,500/acre = $2,218,500
$14,569,500  •  883 acres
Rancho Kendall is one of the classic premier ranches on the Guadalupe River, yet is only 28 air miles from Loop 1604 in north San Antonio, the nation’s 7th largest city. Its 883± acres contains high-end equine facilities, several residences, a paved airstrip and gorgeous, rolling land that gently falls to the northern banks of the prized river. Located near quaint Sisterdale, the ranch is easily accessible to booming Boerne, the US 290 Wine Corridor, sizzling Fredericksburg, Austin and San Antonio. Kendall County is one of the fastest-growing counties in the USA and is predicted to have significant growth in the coming years. It is rare to find excellent equine facilities tied to a beautiful, live water Hill Country ranch. This stretch of river is postcard-quality, with noisy, gravel riffles linked by long, deep holes covered by cypress canopy. Irrigated coastal fields line the riverbank, with oak-shrouded, south-facing hills rising in the background. Rancho Kendall is truly a Texas Hill Country Classic! 883± acres, Kendall County, Texas $16,500/acre = $14,569,500 40 miles north of San Antonio 5,300’ frontage on Guadalupe River 232 acre/feet pumping rights annually from river Minerals included with acceptable offer Extensive equine facilities Paved 3,600’ airstrip Multiple clean fields near river Paved interior roads
$2,950,000  •  125 acres
FOR ALL PHOTOS, INTERACTIVE MAPS AND THE MOST COMPLETE INFORMATION AVAILABLE VISIT WWW.HALLANDHALL.COM Nothing can prepare you for the Rocky Mountain splendor found at Salmon Prairie Ranch. This compact yet entirely private enclave sits directly on the banks of the Swan River. Theres no need to build as there is a custom timber frame home pulled off the top shelf and positioned riverside in the exact spot where anyone would ever dream of building on this 125 acre parcel. The land is comprised of entirely usable terrain with a mix of meadows and timber. The fly fishing is superb in an idyllic setting and wildlife is your closest neighbor. The main home was featured in Log Home Living and has a large deck perched over the bank to allow for a grand view of the river. There are four bedrooms and four full baths on two stories with a walkout basement below. There is a total of 4,347 square feet that is heated/cooled. Two fireplaces insure the place is cozy at all times of the year. This home is built to minimize maintenance obligations so you can shut the door, travel and not worry about a thing. Other improvements include a detached garage and a managers home and compound at the entrance. For Rocky Mountain views, Salmon Prairie Ranch has one of the best seats in the house.
$19,900,000  •  6,432 acres
Winding River Ranch is located 10 minutes by paved State Highway 285 south of Fairplay. It encompasses a highly diverse block of 6,432± acres (4,832± deeded) that lies at 9,300 feet just below the continental divide which includes some of Colorado’s famous 14,000-foot peaks. The lower reaches of the ranch include a rich wetland complex that supports nearly five miles of world-class private fishing on the highly regarded South Fork of the South Platte River. The upper reaches of the ranch include steeper, timbered terrain that offers private trophy quality elk and deer hunting – with rare hunting tags. There is enough land to support modest hay production and summer grazing for livestock and horses, although fish and wildlife are the crop of choice for the current owners. The ranch has an extensive common boundary with the Pike National Forest and boasts dramatic postcard-quality views of Pike’s Peak to the south and Teller and Hoosier Ridges along the continental divide to the north. To further “ice this cake” it is a short 45-minute drive to Breckenridge Ski Resort. The turnkey improvements are comfortable, useful, appropriate but not over the top in any way. In summary, Winding River Ranch pretty much has it all: scale (over 6,000 acres), great fishing, quality hunting, terrific scenery, good privacy plus easy access to major international air service, to an attractive small town and to a destination ski resort. The Facts: ~ 10 minutes south of Fairplay and 45 minutes from Breckenridge, Colorado ~ 90 minutes from Denver and two hours from DIA ~ 25 minutes to Buena Vista Central Colorado Regional Airport offering 8,300 x 75-foot asphalt landing strip ~ 4,832± deeded acres ~ 3,251± acres under conservation easement(s) held by the Nature Conservancy ~ BLM lease for 354.6± acres of lease ~ State land lease for recreational and agricultural purposes totaling 1,246± acres ~ Approximately five miles of both banks of the South Fork of the South Platte River – rainbows and browns ~ Four lakes stocked with Snake River cutthroat, Donaldson steelhead, Kamloop rainbow and German brown ~ Extensive water rights including reservoir, ditch, spring, and groundwater well rights ~ Two tributary creeks, Rough and Tumbling feed the main stem ~ Multiple residences including manager's home, bunkhouse and several cabins ~ Adjacent to Pike National Forest ~ Highly diverse habitat featuring irrigated meadows, riparian, wetlands, timbered mountains and open prairies. ~ Wildlife includes abundant elk, deer, bear, antelope, and numerous small game species, while also participating in Colorado’s Landowner Preference Program (LPP) ~ 300 days of sunshine with an average of 15± inches of annual precipitation ~ 9,300± foot elevation ~ Views of Pike’s Peak, Buffalo Peaks and the Mosquito Range
$2,280,000  •  151 acres
West Fork Fishing Retreat For those in the know, the West Fork of the Bitterroot River flowing from the tailwater of Painted Rocks Reservoir, is a floatable trout fishing stream of epic qualities. Cold, clear water rushes from the base of the dam and feeds over 20 miles of riffles, pools and deep pocket water stashed behind giant granite boulders. The West Fork Fishing Retreat owns around one-half mile of both sides of this legendary fishery. Accessed directly from the West Fork Road, the 151± acres is surrounded by United States Forest Service on seven of its eight boundaries. A primary residence and guest quarters are uniquely located directly on the banks of the West Fork in a grandfathered location no longer permitted due to land use restrictions. The sight and sound of rushing water just feet from the ample streamside decks will make any heart sing, while multiple additional prime building sites are scattered through the property. Downhill skiing is a short drive away at Lost Trail Powder Mountain and hundreds of miles of Forest Service roads serve an endless bordering backcountry. With world-class elk and deer hunting, blue ribbon quality water populated by large native cutthroat trout and a private, commercial-grade bridge over the river, this is a rare ownership opportunity in western Montana. The Facts: • 151± acres • Main home plus guest quarters • Grandfathered bankside location • United States Forest Service boundaries on seven of eight sides • Legendary fly fishing for large native trout • World-class elk and deer hunting • Private bridge built to handle fully loaded log trucks
$2,400,000  •  480 acres
The Todd County Irrigated Organic Farm consists of 480± contiguous acres, of which 390± are pivot irrigated and lies in a unique area of south central South Dakota. The farm is located in the very northern edge of the Ogallala Aquifer. The soils are very friendly for farming, along with good groundwater supply and no pumping restrictions. The land was developed to pivot irrigation in 2014 along with all new equipment and is certified organic. The farm provides an excellent opportunity to expand into organic farming or enhance your portfolio with an investment property.
$14,500,000  •  1,186 acres
The Kootenai Springs Ranch is one of the ultimate expressions of a western recreational property with the added benefit of good agricultural underpinnings and immediate proximity to a variety of goods and services. With over two miles of frontage on the main stem of the Bitterroot River, celebrated architecture and grand, snowcapped vistas, the ranch exceeds expectations at every turn. Consisting of 1,186± acres on the valley bottom, the ranch offers scenic splendor among some of the strongest wildlife populations in the west. Rich and biodiverse, the property offers clear, deep and fishable spring creek water, wet meadows, dense underbrush, mature stands of Ponderosa pine, savannah-like pastures and verdant hay fields fringed by towering peaks. A resident elk herd, dense whitetail deer populations, turkey, pheasant and robust waterfowl populations mean daily wildlife sightings, while an extensive compound of owner, guest and management facilities are crafted from the highest quality stone, steel, glass and custom timbers. Located minutes from a 24-hour supermarket and the excellent school system of Montana’s oldest incorporated community, Stevensville, the Kootenai Springs Ranch offers a stronghold in the heart of the wild Rockies without sacrificing any modern conveniences.
$5,914,750  •  2,005 acres
Three Circle FarmsThree Circle Farms in northwest Red River County represents the highest quality among farming operations in the region. This 2,005± acre farm is 89% tillable and well improved with 1,080± acres under three T-L Pivot systems, each supported by multiple alluvial wells. Three homes, workshops, and a 10,000 square foot red steel building are among the well-matched improvements located at the central headquarters. Tile drainage on strategic portions of the farm and deep clay loam soils both contribute to the farm’s capabilities. The farm benefits greatly from the mixture of mostly FSA Class I & Class II soils. The predominate Class I soil types are Oklared Fine Sandy Loam, Wakana-Elysian Complex, and Waskom Loam. Three Circle Farms is also an excellent candidate for a sod farm or conversion to a “MIG” irrigated grazing system. Each of the three pivots are served by a dedicated mainline supply system which collects water from a 36” diameter gravel packed well bore that has been drilled to an average depth of 45’. Each well has been cased with 16” SCH 40 PVC and fitted with electric submersible pumps. All systems are currently powered by diesel gen-sets, however 3-phase power is readily available along FM 410.The Facts:2,005± acres of land1,785± acres of tillable land.    1,080± acres of irrigated land.250± acres of additional possible deeded accretion (TBD).Three T-L PivotsHeadquarters with three homes50’ x 80’ Quanset Shop100’ x 100’ Machinery Shed/Hay Storage21 alluvial irrigation wells514± acres tile drainedNet wire fencing 
$6,900,000  •  2,375 acres
Y-3 RanchOwned by the same Idaho family for nearly 50 years, the Y-3 Ranch is a longstanding, year-round cattle operation located in the lower Wood River Valley 30 miles south of Ketchum and the resort amenities of Sun Valley. The ranch consists of three separate units totaling 2,375± deeded acres plus an adjoining 600± acre state grazing lease. Combining productive sprinkler irrigated cropland and reliable summer pasture, the operation has historically supported 350± breeding cows and is currently running 200±. Spread across 1,559± deeded acres, the headquarters unit for the Y-3 lies a mile north of Stanton Crossing and US Highway 20 in a very private setting bordered by the ranch’s state lease, lands managed by the Bureau of Land Management, and two other private ranches, including one covered by a conservation easement. Water resources at the headquarters are diverse and feature a half-mile of the Big Wood River, a 1.5± acre trout pond, and multiple springs and stock tanks. There are approximately 450 acres under irrigation with 375± acres of cropland irrigated by multiple wheel lines and a single center pivot. Ranch and residential improvements include a four-bedroom owner’s home, the original two-story farmhouse, employee housing units, equipment storage, machine shop, hay barns with covered feed bunks, and cattle-handling facilities with certified scales. Elk, deer, antelope, and moose call the headquarters home, while trout fishing is available in the river and pond. The headquarters is located in hunt unit 48 and the Smokey-Bennett elk management zone and qualifies for a landowner appreciation program tag for controlled big game hunts. The East Magic and Timmerman units are located a short distance from the headquarters and are utilized during summer months for pasture and hay production. The 176± acre Timmerman tract lies along State Highway 75 three miles southeast of the headquarters and 15 miles south of the airport in Hailey. The property features 55± acres of irrigated pasture and cropland and an additional four acres of irrigated land managed as a tree farm planted with conifers. A 55± acre dry pasture with a seasonal spring and stock pond is located west of the irrigated lands. The Timmerman parcel also encompasses a set of older buildings currently used for employee housing purposes. Five miles southwest of Timmerman is the 640± acre East Magic unit. This unimproved parcel features strong native grasses and stock water resources that support early season grazing. Depending on annual moisture conditions and management objectives, East Magic supports 50-100 pairs for May and June before cattle are moved to Timmerman for the remainder of the summer. East Magic is easily accessible from Highway 75 on a year-round county road, and there is power to the property servicing a stock well. East Magic and Timmerman reside in hunt unit 52 and the Smokey-Bennett elk management zone and together qualify for a landowner appreciation program tag. All three units of the Y-3 Ranch offer excellent building locations with elevated views north across the Wood River Valley to Bald Mountain, Kelly Mountain, and the peaks of the Pioneer Range. Boating, water skiing, and fishing are nearby on Magic Reservoir, and the area is home to a number of destination trout streams as well as excellent big game hunting and wingshooting for waterfowl and upland birds. Sun Valley, with its world-class skiing, fine dining and shopping, and excellent golf courses, is located just a half-hour north of the ranch.The Facts:2,375± deeded acres in three separate tracts plus an adjoining 600± acre State of Idaho grazing leaseLocated 30 miles south of Ketchum/Sun Valley with easy access from public roadsOwned and operated as a year-round cattle ranch by the same family for nearly 50 yearsTraditionally supports 350± breeding cows and running 200± currentlyAdjudicated surface and groundwater rights for 514.7 acres with 425± acres of sprinkler irrigated cropland Half-mile of frontage on the Big Wood River as well as a 1.5± acre trout pond and various springs and stock tanksFull set of functional ranch and residential improvements Surrounded by federal and state lands and other private ranchesFoothill setting offering numerous building sites with elevated views across the Wood River ValleyWithin hunt units 48 and 52 and the Smokey-Bennett elk management zoneStrong conservation easement potentialAnnual property taxes are approximately $7,360Timmerman and East Magic units are available for purchase individually. Please visit hallandhall.com for more information on these offerings.  
$5,400,000  •  3,060 acres
High Divide RanchHigh Divide Ranch is a 3,060± deeded acre summer cattle ranch located in a remote, ecologically important high mountain basin in southwest Montana. The High Divide is a place often referred to as the “land in between” two of the West’s iconic landscapes; the Greater Yellowstone and the Crown of the Continent marked by Yellowstone and Glacier National Parks. Straddling the Continental Divide, this area is the headwaters for the great Missouri and Columbia watersheds which flow to opposite oceans. It’s a stronghold for wildlife and a centerpiece for connectivity for arguably the wildest unspoiled lands in the lower 48. It’s also fantastic summer grazing and the ranch will support approximately 250 pairs seasonally, operating on a large tract of deeded land with adjacent federal leases. The ranch also serves well recreationally with outstanding hunting, fishing, hiking and horseback riding, both on the ranch and into a giant expanse of contiguous forest service lands that cross over the continental divide and into Idaho and its great wilderness. Four custom-built cabins create a comfortable place to stay while a recently renovated historic barn provides stalls for horses, storage for ATV’s and working space. The basin is quiet, with only a small handful of private landowners as neighbors. The mountain scenery is simply spectacular, dominated by the towering Italian Peaks in a Wilderness Study Area and the second tallest mountain in Montana- Eighteen Mile Peak. High Divide Ranch is a solid summer livestock operation with outstanding recreational appeal and is ripe with opportunity for a conservation-minded buyer who values the ecology of this region.The Facts:3,060± deeded acres, 3,123± BLM leased acresLocated in a remote hanging valley in SW Montana adjacent to the Idaho state lineSummer grazing for 250 cow/calf pairs on deeded and leased groundComfortable “camp” style living with a set of restack cabins and a large barn all recreated from historic buildings found on-site and crafted by one of the region’s top custom buildersTrout pond Multiple small streams erupt as springs throughout the property hosting pure strain indigenous trout and provide a water resource for livestock, wildlife and irrigationSweeping mountain views uninterrupted by the solitude of very few landowners in the valley  The basin is of great ecological importance tying three wilderness complexes and two national parks together  Wide variety of local and migratory species of wildlife including elk, antelope and sage grouseIdyllic summer retreat at 7,000-foot base elevation providing perfect summer temperatures and outstanding access into a large and unpopulated reach of the national forestVariety of travel uses from foot, horse, mountain bike, 4wd vehicles and ATV’s  
$7,900,000  •  11,286 acres
Lone Tree Cattle RanchThe Lone Tree Cattle Ranch is huge, productive, scenic, wild and secluded. It’s tens of thousands of acres of native range are accompanied by thousands in productive cropland on flat bench tops. Joining these, the Missouri River Breaks cascade down to join 280 miles and 1.2 million acres of the upper Missouri River in a contiguous complex of designated National Wild and Scenic River, Monument and Wildlife Refuges. This ranch holds a big key to access to adjoining public lands. Together they represent a spectacular array of wildlife, unique geological features, endless recreational opportunities and significant historical values. Included are elk, deer, antelope, sharp-tailed grouse, turkey and Bighorn sheep. Remoteness, peace and solitude are here, one and one-half hour drive to the nearest town.The Facts:35 miles south of Lloyd, 55 miles east of Big Sandy28,700± total acres, 11,286± deeded3,775± acres dryland crop mostly in wheat; with some in tame grasses and alfalfa16,335± acres BLM and 1,080± acres of state grazing leases (1,203 AUM’s)Excellent stock water10 miles of BLM leased lands fronting along the Missouri RiverTwo small houses, corrals, shops, barns, grain bins, telephone and electricityElk, mule deer, antelope, sharp-tailed grouse, turkey, Bighorn sheepRiver fishing 
$2,150,000  •  2,620 acres
T & G RanchThe T & G Ranch is a nice block of excellent grazing land totaling 2,620± deeded acres, separated into five pastures. The terrain consists of rolling hills, draws, and gently sloping rangeland. The ranch grows good Wyoming hard grasses known for putting significant gains on cattle. Additionally, the ranch has approximately 145 acres of dryland hay meadows of which hay is harvested on wet years and grazed other years. Watering the ranch are a well and pipeline, with tanks in each pasture, as well as 16 reservoirs and dugouts dispersed throughout the ranch. Several of the reservoirs are spring fed. With the multiple sources of water, livestock does not have to travel far to get a good drink.
$9,990,000  •  5,748 acres
Warren Peak RanchFOR ALL PHOTOS, INTERACTIVE MAPS AND THE MOST COMPLETE INFORMATION AVAILABLE VISIT WWW.HALLANDHALL.COM Warren Peak, at 10,463 feet above sea level, dominates the view on this ranch. The property is located in an area overlooked by many despite the fact that it has everything a western ranch buyer could want, from easy access off the pavement to a large wilderness area just beyond the doorstep. This property is sizeable for the area with 5,748 deeded acres as well as a full section of State lease for a total of 6,388 acres. With plentiful range, stock water, and 890 acres under irrigation (5 pivots) with solid water rights, this has the potential to be a balanced operation with an estimated carrying capacity of 360 animal units (AUs).Trout Creek flows through the property offering on-site small stream fishing and the views from this place will stop you on a dime. Snow skiing is 30 minutes away at Discovery Basin and it is equidistant to the main stem of Rock Creek, a blue-ribbon trout fishery. The 158,000-acre Anaconda-Pintler Wilderness is your backyard while quaint Philipsburg serves up all the town youll need just 15 minutes away.
$2,250,000  •  600 acres
North Middle Fork RanchNorth Middle Fork Ranch (NMFR), located 45 minutes outside Boulder between Lyons and Rocky Mountain National Park, is 600± acres of private, pristine and beautiful mountain land within Roosevelt National Forest. Just off the dramatic South St. Vrain Canyon, NMFR lies at the end of a Forest Service Road. NMFR features undulating lush meadows, Ponderosa and aspen forests, significant rock formations, and more than two miles of Dry St. Vrain Creek.NMFR possesses unusual Boulder County-granted entitlements to construct sizable residential and recreational buildings. The owner may select for improvements any two of four outstanding building envelopes. On one site, a private residence and related buildings totaling 15,000 square feet are allowed; on the second site, the owner may construct up to 35,000 square feet of equestrian, agricultural and other buildings, including a 2,000-square-foot caretaker’s residence. A total of 50,000 square feet of structures may be built.Offered in cooperation with Rob Feder, Conservation Land Inc.The Facts:600± deeded acres12± miles from Lyons and 25± miles from BoulderNearly surrounded by Roosevelt National ForestWithin 30 minutes of Rocky Mountain National Park2+ miles of Dry St. Vrain CreekU.S. Forest Service easement to use and improve Forest Road as residential accessAccess route to all building envelopes pre-approved by Boulder CountyVested rights to construct buildings, including two residences, totaling 50,000 square feetChoice of pre-approved building envelopesAbundant elk, bear and other wildlifeOutstanding native plant communitiesHeavy timberScenic viewsElevations range from 6,300 feet to 8,200 feet 
$29,600,000  •  4,563 acres
Loveridge PlantationLoveridge Plantation is a 4,563± acre turn-key wild quail plantation located in the heart of the Red Hills plantation belt and bordered by other similarly exceptional quail plantations. The plantation has been intensely managed for quail for nearly 100 years and all 14 courses on the plantation consistently produce strong bird numbers. The landscape is high, rolling, and open with longleaf, shortleaf, and slash pines and the occasional stately oak. The property’s Lake Thompson is a historic and renowned 100± acre duck hunting impoundment. With an incredible view, the main house is situated on a ridge along the 1.25± miles of frontage on the 6,000± acre Lake Miccosukee.  Located on the Florida side of the plantation belt, its location in the heart of the Red Hills is convenient to both Tallahassee and Thomasville’s amenities. Many of the surrounding properties are protected from development by a conservation easement. Loveridge is not yet encumbered by an easement. *Select photography provided by Deborah Whitlaw LlewellynThe Facts:4,563± acre quail plantation located in the Red Hills in northeast Leon County, Florida offered turnkey and ready to huntBorders Sunny Hill, Foshalee, Beechwood, Borderline, Norias, and Ring Oak Plantations1.25± miles of frontage on the 6,000± acre Lake MiccosukeeExclusively managed for quail for nearly 100 years and totaling 14 hunting courses that grow exceptional upland cover with strong bird numbers~90% in upland pine habitatLake Thompson, 100± acres, a historic and renowned duck hunting impoundment on key Red Hills’ waterfowl flywayOriginally part of Sunny Hill Plantation, established by L. S. Thompson, one of the sportsmen credited with bringing Herbert Stoddard to the region to do his famous quail researchBeautiful rolling topography with some of the best vistas in North FloridaFormerly owned by New Jersey Governor Walter Edge from 1937-1956Homeplace purchased by George H. Love (Chairman of the M.A. Hanna Co, Consolidated Coal, and Chrysler) in 1946 and then the core hunting tract in 19565,794± square foot, four bedroom/four full two half bath main house overlooking Lake MiccosukeeOther improvements include four additional staff houses, stables and fenced pastures, 28-run kennel, several barns, extensive road system, and moreBeautiful, idyllic oak avenue leading to historic site of the original “Sunny Hill” plantation house, lost to fireGreat staff: First-class multi-generational plantation manager and esteemed dog handlerFrom the gates of the home place, about 20 minutes to Thomasville’s Broad Street shopping and restaurants and also 20 minutes to north Tallahassee’s Bradfordvillle areaFrontage on Hwy 59/Veteran’s Memorial Parkway, Old Centerville Road, and the main house’s stately entrance is on the historic and canopied Old Magnolia Road, one of the oldest roads in the Red HillsLocated within 6.4 miles of Tallahassee’s city limits. Not yet protected by a conservation easement; exceptional and strategic conservation easement donation-potential for a new owner   
$30,457,953  •  9,155 acres
Gearhart RanchThe Gearhart Ranch has been in continuous operation as a cattle ranch since it was founded in 1890, and the values and traditions remain the same today as they were 100 years ago. Located 30 miles west of Fort Davis in Jeff Davis County, the ranch is included in the sky island ecosystem of the Davis Mountains, which benefits from higher than average rainfall for the region. Gearhart Ranch has all of the necessary improvements for running a successful cattle operation, with headquarters located near the Scenic Loop frontage and excellent interior roads throughout the ranch. Vegetation consists of productive grasslands and mesic habitat at higher elevations, and includes various species of large game animals and birds for wildlife enthusiasts. The ranch utilizes a holistic livestock management plan to preserve the integrity of the grasslands and enhance the soils with essential nutrients, and places great emphasis on protecting our natural resources. With stunning vistas, beautiful West Texas sunsets, and peaceful nights to observe the stars, Gearhart Ranch will capture your affection and remind you of simpler times. Offered in cooperation with James Sammons III of Briggs Freeman Sotheby's International Realty.
$46,000,000  •  4,603 acres
WestlandsWestlands is one of Colorado’s premier mountain recreational and retreat properties. Within its 4,603± deeded acres is perhaps the best private river fishing in the mountain states, excellent big game hunting, bird hunting, an exquisite owner’s home and guest quarters, extensive support buildings, four hole Greg Norman designed golf course, tennis court and immaculately maintained grounds.Located in the treasured White River valley in Colorado’s western slope near Meeker, Colorado, Westlands has hosted many distinguished guests, from CEO’s of large corporations to well-known dignitaries, political figures and celebrities. Westlands has been carefully developed and nurtured over the last 30 years by Henry R. Kravis who has spared no expense and whose fine eye for detail has created a family and business retreat that is unrivaled.The centerpiece of the property is the fishery on the North Fork of the White River. Fly fishing on this water is something most people can only fantasize about with the potential of landing multiple 10-15 pound, 24 to 30 plus inch rainbows and cutbows in a single session. With its many pools, islands and confluences, this fishery is completely private that likely could not be duplicated in today’s world. In total, Westlands has over five miles of live water on both forks of the White River.***FOR HIGH RESOLUTION PHOTO GALLERY, ADDITIONAL INFORMATION AND A VARIETY OF PROPERTY MAPS VISIT HALL AND HALL PROPERTY WEBSITE ***
$8,900,000  •  2,200 acres
Wood River RanchThe Wood River Ranch consists of 2,200± total acres (1,000± deeded) lying 19 miles south of Meeteetse which makes it a comfortable 50 to 60 minutes from Cody. The Wood River passes through the lower reaches of the ranch for two miles providing exceptional trout fishing as well as irrigation water for approximately 400 acres of hay meadows and pasture. The main building compound is located above the meadows and a short distance from the county road. This exquisitely executed headquarters includes a magnificent lodge, two guest houses offering ten comfortable bedrooms, most with private baths, a manager’s home, and a large barn/equipment shop. These buildings are thoughtfully designed and of exceptional quality - all of a common vernacular. The land rises fairly dramatically from this more pastoral setting to the modest - but again exquisitely designed - owner’s residence that is well removed and occupies a prime ridgetop setting. The ranch climbs from here up through a series of ridges and small valleys into some truly picturesque and wild country that represents some of the finest elk habitat to be found in the state of Wyoming. There are springs, a trout pond, a rustic cabin and small streams as well as a pleasing combination of timber, aspens and open parks – impressive country indeed! This part of the ranch encompasses 1,000± acres of landlocked state land and a small BLM lease and adjoins the Shoshone National Forest. This represents the core of one of the finest family – or corporate – retreats we have ever seen. Since the ranch is currently being operated as a well-regarded guest ranch and hunting lodge, it also has two hunting camps inside the Shoshone National Forest and additional private leases which significantly expand the hunting and fishing resource.The Facts:Location: Easy hour south of Cody near Meeteetse. Acreage: 2,200± total acres (1,000± deeded) balance State and BLM.Improvements: Exquisitely executed building complex including working facilities, ten guest bedrooms, a manager’s house and a magnificent lodge with commercial kitchen and multiple amenities. Also a very comfortable two bedroom two bathroom owner’s home. Recreational Amenities: Terrific riding and hiking plus trophy quality big game hunting and outstanding trout fishing.Water Resources: Two miles of the Wood River plus 400± acres of good irrigation rights and multiple trout ponds. Scenery: River bottom meadows and riparian combine with dramatic mountain country with aspens and timber interspersed with open parks for grazing.Operating Characteristics: Functions as a private retreat with hay and summer grazing or, at owner’s option, as a full-fledged commercial guest and hunting operation.Summary: This is truly the complete package in a prime easy to access location.   
$3,744,000  •  1,920 acres
North Drummond RanchLocated 65 miles east of Wichita, the North Drummond Ranch is 1,920± acres of excellent grass in the Flint Hills Region of Kansas. The ranch has excellent access from all-weather county roads and it is conveniently located six miles Northeast of Eureka. Carrying capacity is estimated at 200 AUs and the ranch is divided into two main pastures.  Pastures are mostly open grasslands with approximately 100 feet of elevation change across the entire ranch. A barn, shop, and a nice set of pens are located on the East Side as well as a concrete windbreak for cattle. Six ponds are strategically placed to promote uniform grazing and the largest pond encompasses 5± acres. Several miles of new boundary fence has been built in the last year and the fences are in good condition. Currently, there are no cattle on the ranch and the new owner will take immediate possession of the property upon closing. Overall, the North Drummond Ranch is excellent Flint Hills grass ranch that is ready for the next owner to come in and enjoy.The Facts:1,920± acres of Flint Hills grass in two pasturesEasy access from graveled county roadsConveniently located six miles northeast of EurekaWell-watered with six ponds, one encompasses 5± acres Several miles of new fenceNice set of pens with barn and shop nearby100 ft of elevation change200 AU capacity
$2,200,000  •  729 acres
Alcorn Angus & Hunters HavenAlcorn Angus & Hunters Haven is an operating cattle and hunting ranch that consists of 729± acres laying just a few miles south of Hay Springs, Nebraska. It is located in Sheridan County and the Mirage Flats Irrigation District, which supplies water to the farm along with groundwater wells. The property has 260± acres pivot and 130± acres flood irrigated. A beautiful lodge overlooking the property is currently used for hunting but could also be an elegant home. The property has excellent shelterbelts throughout the property that provide livestock shelter and wildlife habitat. Alcorn Angus & Hunters Haven is an excellent income producing property with an opportunity for recreation and has been managed for pheasant and deer hunting.The Facts:• 729± deeded acres• Excellent hunting for birds and deer• 260± acres pivot irrigated by groundwater wells• 130± acres flood irrigated by Mirage Flats• Excellent access via HWY 87• Numerous shelterbelts• Hunting lodge• Working livestock facilities• House and several outbuildings
$9,950,000  •  1,913 acres
Twin Oaks PlantationTwin Oaks Plantation is a 1,913± acre historic plantation located just five minutes from downtown Thomasville in the Red Hills plantation belt with this being the first time this land has been available for purchase since the late 1800’s. It is surrounded by many exceptional plantations including Melrose, Longpine, Pebble Hill, Sinkola, and Beverly. These are some of the original plantation lands purchased by the Chapin-Hannas in 1891. Over 150,000 acres of plantations in the Red Hills can be traced back to the Hanna family’s influence on their friends, family, and business associates who shared a passion for the recreation these southern properties offered. The landscape is rolling with two-thirds in upland pines, along with the “Big Hammock”, a gorgeous bottomland forest. Water resources include nearly two miles of Lee’s Creek and a 12±acre lake. The main house is situated on a hill with views of mature pines and pastoral fields. The allure of the history of these productive lands is possibly only rivaled by their proximity to downtown Thomasville. This property, along with much of the surrounding acreage, is protected from development by a conservation easement.The Facts:Twin Oaks Plantation - One of the best-located and longest-owned Red Hills plantations of this size and provenance to ever become available.1,913± acre historic Red Hills plantation just four miles from downtown Thomasville on Highway 319 in Thomas and Grady CountiesSurrounded by some of the most respected names of historic Red Hills quail plantations, including Pebble Hill, Melrose, Longpine, Sinkola, and BeverlyPart of plantation lands owned by the same family since 1891 when Charles M. Chapin first purchased it, then sold to his uncle Howard Melville Hanna and still owned by their descendantsExceptionally beautiful stands of old-growth longleaf pineDiverse and rolling landscape with a beautiful and rare ecotone of mature upland pine-hardwood bay forests 1.5± miles of Lee’s Creek 12± acre lake with picnic shelter and fireplaceApproximately a third of a mile of frontage on US Highway 319, the scenic road between Tallahassee and Thomasville, and one and a half miles on Lower Cairo Road5,735± square foot main house with three bedrooms, four full and two half baths, four fireplaces, an indoor pool, lanai, and generator back up power built in 1981Other improvements include three staff houses, plantation office, kennels, equipment barn, two-stall horse barn, fenced pastures, and additional barns and sheltersVery good system of roads throughout with numerous well-constructed concrete and steel bridgesVery well-maintained grounds with a strong diversity of recreational hunting opportunitiesTwin Oaks, along with much of the neighboring acreage, is protected from development by a conservation easement 
$4,650,000  •  666.42 acres
Starr Mountain RanchStarr Mountain Ranch offers the future owner or investor a unique opportunity to enjoy one of the most beautiful and timeless properties in the region. Boasting the highest elevation in Smith county at 648’ above mean sea level, the ranch benefits from tremendous views along the tops of the multiple ridgelines in nearly every direction and is accentuated by nearly 275’ of elevation gain. The livestock improvements are exceptional, with new fencing around the entire boundary,  and new cattle pens fed by nice traps and lane fences. The pastures vary from heavily wooded with cedar and oak, to mostly open and cleared, and multiple stock tanks are scattered across the property. If desired, there are several large lake sites that could be constructed by the buyer, as well as the potential of adding a newer and larger homesite near the existing home. Starr Mountain Ranch obeys the three rules of real estate: location, location, location. It is located near Winona immediately north of 1-20 with road frontage on three sides, and with easy access to Tyler via State HWY 271 (ten minutes), Longview via US HWY 271 or I-20 (fifteen minutes), Dallas via IH-20 (one hour and thirty minutes), or Houston via I-20 and US HWY 259 (three hours and forty-five minutes). The ranch is certainly a “path of progress” asset as Tyler’s growth continues to march outward. The ranch sits only six miles from the UT Health Center North Campus, which is nationally recognized and boasts a level IV trauma center. Starr Mountain Ranch allows the owner to enjoy ranching, hunting, and all of the recreation an east Texas ranch could offer, yet is also an investment that will yield dividends both experiential and tangible. With exceptional views, tons of wildlife, and great ranch amenities, Starr Mountain Ranch is an asset that will grow in value in the future.The Facts:666.413 acres per SCADHighest elevation in Smith County (Tyler, TX)Frontage on FM 757, CR 358, and access from Mountain View RoadWinona ISD100± mile drive from Dallas on 1-20 (exit 571A)  High fence potentialFenced and cross fenced with exceptional cattle handling facilitiesStock tanks scattered throughout, with several potential large lake sitesSmall 2,400± square foot home built in 1955Cedar, several oak species, hickory, sumac, small amount of pineSandy loam and iron ore based soils, with occasional red rock outcroppings 
$5,490,000  •  397 acres
Tolemac FarmTolemac Farm is a legacy property located just one hour north of Atlanta near Jasper, GA where the Blue Ridge Mountains start. Comprised of 397± acres, this property serves as a premier family or corporate retreat. Tolemac’s grounds have been impeccably cared for and offer a mature, diverse landscape not commonly found. The improvements are immaculately maintained and include a spectacular main home and horse stables with living space that showcase the charm of Southern architecture. The outdoor recreational opportunity is immense and engages all generations of a family. The farm has 120± acres of well-maintained fields with excellent water resources that include a four-acre lake and Scarecorn Creek. With great views of the surrounding mountains and a very desirable climate, Tolemac’s proximity to Atlanta offers a convenience rarely found near this major metropolitan city.
Hall and Hall

Hall and Hall
2290 Grant Road
Billings, MT 59012