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$8,000,000  •  18,825.81 acres
The Chinati Ranch derives its name from the Apache word ch'íná'itíh which translates into gate or mountain pass. The ranch is 11,825± deeded acres and 1,940± acres of surface lease for a total of 13,714± acres all in Presidio County. It is entirely Chihuahuan Desert and meanders roughly 11+ miles along the Rio Grande River in the foothills of the Chinati Mountain Range. The ranch is 26 miles from Presidio, TX and the same distance to Ojinaga, Mexico. Dining, services and an FBO are available 56 miles away in the iconic cowboy and cultural oasis of Marfa. Commercial air travel is available via the El Paso International airport 225 miles to the northwest. Chinati, TX is an unincorporated ghost town that began as a Mexican mining village with cotton and vegetable farming along the river. A post office was established in 1922 and stopped operation in 1939. There are remnants of a church and adobe buildings still found on site. The views are absolutely stunning with fantastic rock formations on both sides of the border. The ranch has varied terrain from flats, ocotillo forest, riparian river bottom, rock formations, cliffs and canyons, all culminating into an aesthetically attractive property. There are two solar pumps and associated drinkers to provide the wildlife water year-round. There is a healthy mule deer population on the property along with aoudad, javelina and the occasional mountain lion. Blue and Gambel’s quail are also permanent residents. Far removed from a fast-paced world, Chinati Ranch is a blank canvas where recreational opportunities abound in the unique Chihuahuan Desert ecosystem of Far West Texas. The Facts: ~ 11,825± deeded acres and 13,714± acres with state leased land ~ 4,005± acres of mineral classified land ~ 21 miles from Presidio, 60 miles from Marfa, and 30 miles from Big Bend State Park ~ FM 170 paved access ~ Two water wells with solar pumps and three drinkers ~ 11 meandering miles of Rio Grande River frontage ~ Recreational playground: hunting, rock climbing, fishing, 4x4 crawling, mountain biking, game viewing ~ Wildlife includes mule deer, aoudad, quail, ~ Electricity
$18,500,000  •  10,900 acres
Situated in the picturesque Glass Mountains of West Texas, this showcase 10,900± acre ranch encompasses recreational and agricultural resources all in one package. The BOSS Ranch is unparalleled among west Texas ranches with its combination of diverse landscapes, highly developed water resources, exceptional wildlife, and grazing lands all with frontage along Highway 385. The property is a simple 7.2 mile drive to the quaint town of Marathon, home to the historic Gage Hotel, White Buffalo Bar, and 12 Gage Restaurant. There is a convenient FBO located 30 miles away in Alpine and commercial flights available 163 miles away in Midland. The ranch climbs over 1,600’ from the flatlands at the entrance to the 5,839’ peak of Leonard Mountain. Multiple locations over 5,500’ are found across the northern portion of the property and look down to the lowland flats towards the center of the ranch. Improvements on the ranch are simple and low maintenance, yet highly functional. They consist of two residences, a modest hunting lodge, workshop, support buildings, and three sets of cattle pens. Diversity of terrain and the extensive water system combine to support the cattle herd as well as resident wildlife herds. The ranch has an exceptional mule deer population, bountiful elk, and herds of aoudad are found throughout the property. Other species include javelina, and the occasional whitetail and pronghorn antelope. Big-game hunting is outstanding and generates a significant revenue stream for the current owner. The owner has historically run 200 animal units to promote resident wildlife, but believes the ranch could support a higher number if desired. The BOSS Ranch is a gem of a property with a superior water system, extraordinary wildlife, fantastic grazing, and simple yet highly functional improvements in a gorgeous West Texas setting. The ranch has significant state classified minerals and a portion of the fee minerals are available with an acceptable offer. The Facts: ~ 10,900± deeded acres ~ Highway 385 frontage ~ 1,608’ of elevation change, with the highest point at 5,839’ ~ Extraordinary wildlife: mule deer, elk, aoudad, whitetail, javelina, occasional whitetail deer or pronghorn, and game birds ~ Four solar booster pumps ~ Five solar water wells ~ Nine water storage tanks ~ Numerous dirt tanks ~ 30+ drinkers ~ 16+ miles of piped water throughout the ranch ~ 15 pastures for rotational grazing ~ Three sets of cattle pens throughout the ranch ~ Improvements include: Main home, Manager’s home, Hunter’s cabin, steel frame barn, feed storage barn, bulk overhead feed storage hoppers ~ Recreational playground: Hunting, hiking, artifact hunting, wildlife viewing, sporting and 4X4 opportunities
$13,000,000  •  1,511 acres
Cleremont Farm spans 1,511± historic, productive acres on Trappe Rd, just north of the town of Upperville. Only 60 miles west of Washington, D.C., Cleremont sits a world apart in the heart of Virginia’s highly sought-after Hunt Country. The western boundary of the property lies on the slopes of the Blue Ridge Mountains while the majority of the acreage unfolds eastward over a scenic mixture of rolling pastures and woods. Spread throughout this well-improved farm are two manor houses, a guest cottage, three tenant houses, a 14-stall horse barn, and numerous farm buildings and structures. Cleremont is comprised of three contiguous farms – Cleremont (410± acres), Bellefields (422± acres), and Ross (679± acres) – assembled over the past sixty years under the current ownership. The assemblage is the culmination of remarkable foresight, with each farm contributing different elements of mountains, open pasture, and hardwood forest. The result is an unusually complete offering that neatly balances an income producing cattle operation with extensive recreational opportunities. The versatility of the land and meticulous management have laid the groundwork for future owners, whether they choose to enjoy the farm in its current exceptional form or implement a new vision of their own. The Facts: ~ 1,511± acres ~ Located outside of Upperville, Virginia, a highly sought-after area and renowned equestrian community ~ Two manor houses (one of them c. 1820 and listed on the National Register of Historic Places), patent house (c. 1761, now a guest cottage), three tenant houses ~ 14-stall horse barn, significant equestrian potential ~ Income producing cattle operation, farm currently supports 200 cow/calf units along with 80 yearling stockers and 10 bulls ~ 450± acres of pastureland, comprised of 33 individually fenced pastures, each with one or more automatic waterers ~ 2 miles of interior roads, plus miles of riding and hiking trails ~ 3 ponds ~ 0.9 miles of the Jefferies Branch (both sides of the creek) ~ Excellent hunting, with substantial opportunities to further develop wildlife habitat ~ 20 minutes to Middleburg, VA ~ 70 minutes to Washington, D.C. ~ 45 minutes to Dulles International Airport ~ 35 minutes to Leesburg Executive Airport and Winchester Regional Airport (both of which have 5500 ft runways suitable for private jets) ~ Annual property taxes are approximately $24,000 ~ Property is under conservation easement, as are many of the neighboring properties, ensuring the rural and scenic qualities of the area are protected in perpetuity
$4,100,000  •  5,500 acres
Description: Seymour Farm, consisting of 5,500± deeded acres, is a productive dryland farm located in Lincoln and Kiowa County, Colorado. The farm is located 70 miles east of Colorado Springs on the fertile eastern plains, known for its dryland farm production. The topography is slightly rolling to mostly flat. The farm has nice improvements featuring a beautiful newer brick home. Four tracts make up the Seymour Farm and the owner will entertain offers on individual parcels. The views are expansive including Pike’s Peak, which can be seen to the west. The farm will sell with all personal property needed to operate the farm. The Facts: ~Dry farm ~5,500± total deeded acres ~4,500± dryland farm acres ~1,000± grassland acres ~Newer 3,200± square foot brick home w/two car garage ~150’X82’ steel building ~All equipment included with sale ~1,100± acres growing wheat crop included to May 1, 2020 ~Two submersible electric wells ~Corrals and cattle lot ~Views of Pike’s Peak ~School at Karval
$3,750,000  •  358 acres
Description: The Prairie Dog Creek Ranch lies about 13 miles south of Sheridan along the banks of its namesake creek. The 358± acres (238± deeded) offers a complete livestock operation, with a practical and comfortable headquarters complex and a nice balance of irrigated grass hay meadows and well sodded native pasture. The highest elevations of the ranch are on the south end topped with rocky outcroppings and grass plateaus that slope down to Prairie Dog Creek across brush filled draws and over lush irrigated hay fields. Anchoring the operation is a newly constructed owners’ residence that is extremely comfortable and perfectly suited for the ranch. Additionally, the property offers a large insulated equipment shop, an indoor arena, a livestock barn, and multiple sheds. The ranch is well suited for equine activities as there are seven sizable grass paddocks with water and four of them contain loafing sheds for protection from the elements. In summary, the Prairie Dog Creek Ranch represents a complete fully-improved small ranch within a short, paved drive of one of Wyoming’s most sought after small cities. The Facts: ~Location: 13 miles south of Sheridan. ~Acreage: 358± total acres, 238± deeded ~Irrigation: 70± irrigated acres ~Improvements: Beautifully built new ranch home, excellent shop, and outbuildings plus 112’ by 225’ indoor arena with roping chutes and pens. ~Aesthetic Features: Very private with expansive Big Horn Mountain views ~Conservation Easements: Unencumbered by conservation easement ~Operation: Currently a purebred Red Angus operation with huge potential for use as an equestrian property. ~Summary: An idyllic small operating ranch minutes from Sheridan.
$3,776,000  •  639 acres
Description: Pooles Creek Ranch is situated in central Madison County just north of Madisonville, TX. The ranch is set up for a combination of cattle ranching, hunting, and recreational uses and is also suitable as an investment property. The property is comprised of approximately 70 percent pasture and 30 percent wooded with an excellent mix of mature hardwoods, younger brush and tree studded pastures. The productive sandy loam pastures are predominately Bahia and common Bermuda, and provide excellent grazing for livestock. The meadows are spaced and surrounded to maximize serenity and edge habitat over much of the ranch. One 92± acre pasture is typically cultivated and grazed for winter annuals such as wheat or ryegrass. The perimeter and cross fencing of the ranch is in good condition, with sections constructed in the last few years. Elevations range from a high of 326 feet near the front gate and gently falls to a low of 276 feet in the Pooles Creek bottom where it exits the property in the southeast corner. The relatively shallow upland channel of Pooles Creek meanders through the property for approximately one mile. Pooles Creek appears to have intermittent springs charging it during wetter periods throughout the year and is a haven for wildlife. The ranch enjoys frontage on the Interstate 45 feeder road between the Highway 21 and Highway 75 exits, both offering easy access to north and south bound traffic. The frontage is serviced by a two-way traffic road and there is a small amount of frontage on the northern end along FM 3091. Road noise is surprisingly absent once into the interior of the property, offering the combined benefit of location and privacy. The ranch is centrally located approximately 85 miles north of The Hardy Toll Road in north Houston, or 132 miles south of Dallas at I-20. The only Buccee’s on Interstate 45 is in Madisonville at the Highway 21 exit. The nearby Madison County Airport offers Jet-A fuel availability and 3,200 feet of runway. Pooles Creek Ranch is an easy to enjoy ranch property in the path of progress. The location assures stability of your investment, but the ranch is private and easy to enjoy with family, friends, and a nice set of cows. The Facts: ~ 640± acres more or less. ~ Located just 2.5 miles north of Madisonville, Texas ~ Scattered upland pastures ~ Woodland areas and corridors along Pooles Creek ~ Approximately one mile of frontage along I-45 service road (two-way) ~ Approximately 450’ frontage along FM 3091 (Concord Road) ~Pooles Creek traverses the ranch for approximately one mile ~ Elevations range from 326 feet to 270 feet above median sea level ~ Fenced and cross fenced ~ Six ponds ~ Several beautiful potential homesites
$5,750,000  •  2,656 acres
This 2,656± deeded acre mountain ranch is set up great for summer and fall grazing seasons. The property features good big game hunting, extensive water, and grazing land. The western portion of the ranch is open with rolling irrigated meadows, pockets of aspen, oak brush, mountain mahogany and other trees. The eastern part of the ranch has higher elevations with mostly aspen trees and varying colorful brush species. The ranch also borders extensive BLM including access to Red Mountain. Perimeter and cross-fencing allows for efficient rotational grazing on six pastures. The property is currently not used for hay production, but pastures are flood irrigated for improved grass. A small, modest set of working facilities are located on the ranch for load in and load out operations. Traditionally the grazing tenant has 250-300 pairs on the ranch with as many as 500-600 during peak grazing times. The property is well-watered for cattle. Little Creek, Grove Creek, Negro Creek, and Spring Creek flow through the ranch. Wildlife habitat on the ranch and in the adjacent BLM is very good. Elk and deer frequent the ranch as sanctuary from public land hunters and to graze on the lush pastures. Modest improvements on the property include an owner’s home, a couple of rental units, and agricultural outbuildings. Located just a few minutes southeast of Collbran, the property is easily accessed off a paved road. The ranch is approximately 30 minutes from the Powderhorn Mountain Resort, 45 miles to the airport in Grand Junction, and an hour and a half to Glenwood Springs. The Facts: ~ 2,656± acres of varying mountain terrain and open pastures ~ Great cattle ranch with six pastures for rotational grazing ~ Good habitat and food sources for big game ~ Over-the-counter elk unit and preference point deer unit ~ Spectacular panoramic views of the surrounding mountains and the Plateau Valley ~ Located near the recreational paradise of Grand Mesa, one of the largest flat-topped mountains in the world ~ Income from cattle grazing lease and rental units ~ Conservation Easement ~ Mineral Rights are being retained by the seller
$6,500,000  •  3,166 acres
This recreational and hay production gem is located just outside the quaint mountain town of Collbran, Colorado. Bordering 12,000± acres of public lands, the Hawxhurst Ranch consists of 3,166± deeded acres including a 120± acre BLM inholding. Hawxhurst Creek and Buzzard Creek both meander through the property. The varied topography consists of tree-covered hills, lush hay meadows, and wooded draws. The habitat is perfect to draw in and hold varying big game species such as elk, mule deer, turkey, moose, and black bear. Water rights are significant and ample for production. Approximately 600 acres of irrigated hay meadows produce about 450 tons of hay annually. The main improvements on the ranch include a main lodge and guest house, and a pond perfect for stocking your own private fishery! In addition, there are three other homes on the property for a ranch manager as well as rental properties, numerous agricultural outbuildings and a few historic buildings. The property is easily accessed only a couple of miles northeast from town on Buzzard Creek Road. The ranch is approximately 30 minutes from the Powderhorn Mountain Resort, 45 miles to the airport in Grand Junction, and an hour and a half to Glenwood Springs. The Facts: ~ 3,166± acres of varying topography ~ Elevations range from 6,100 feet to 7,600 feet against the BLM ~ Prime big game habitat and food sources ~ Over the counter elk unit and preference point deer unit ~ 600± acres of side-roll and flood irrigated hay meadows ~ Income from hunting opportunity, rental house and hay production ~ Conservation Easement on 1,675 acres which allows ranching and recreation ~ Mineral Rights are being retained by the seller
$3,750,000  •  212 acres
Cloverdale Farm is comprised of 212± acres in the heart of the Allegheny Mountains and Bath County’s scenic Cloverdale Valley. The farm is bordered to the west by the George Washington National Forest, which provides immediate access to endless recreational opportunities and thousands of acres of protected lands. The east side of the valley is part of the national forest as well, giving the relatively narrow valley the feel of a protected inholding. The farm is surrounded on three sides by properties in conservation easement, the net result being a very private landholding with fully protected viewsheds. Tucked up against the tree line, at the base of the 3,800 foot Wallace Peak, is a stunning 6,200 square foot house designed by noted Cashiers, NC architect Tim Greene. The thoughtfully sited home commands sweeping views of the valley, yet perfectly complements the scenery by seamlessly blending into the landscape. The four-bedroom, three-and-a-half bathroom house achieves the rare feat of effortlessly adapting to any use and is equally welcoming and comfortable, whether entertaining large groups, hosting friends and family for the weekend, or having a casual fireside dinner in the kitchen. Spacious bedrooms, libraries, and living areas all feature large windows that capture uninterrupted vistas and anchor the house in its surroundings and showcase the real star of the show – the Cloverdale Valley. Cloverdale is home to Cloverfields Equine Retirement Foundation (501c3), a sport and racehorse rescue, retirement and retraining foundation. Equestrian facilities include a beautifully renovated stable, complete with a wash stall, heated tack room, and full bathroom. Adjacent to the stable is a 120’X200’ riding ring and six fully fenced paddocks with run-in sheds. A thorough trail system weaves throughout the farm and its 90± wooded acres, and provides access to a USFS road that leads into thousands of acres of national forest. Rounding out Cloverdale’s recreational opportunities is a 5½ acre pond that provides excellent fishing, swimming, kayaking and countless hours of family recreation in the summer months. It’s estimated that nearly three-quarters of Bath County is comprised of protected public lands, which lends the area a well-deserved reputation as a destination playground for outdoorsmen. The Allegheny Mountains offer endless hiking, horseback riding, mountain biking, and backpacking, while the surrounding rivers and streams have gained acclaim in recent years as some of the best fly fishing in Virginia. And just 35 minutes from Cloverdale is the renowned Homestead Resort and the charming town of Hot Springs. The Homestead traces its roots to 1766, and the modern resort dates from 1888. Today the resort features two championship golf courses, a ski slope, skeet and sporting clays and numerous other amenities. The reliably agreeable summer weather, unrivaled scenery, access to public lands, and true four-season climate mean there is never a wrong time or place to be outdoors in Bath County. The Facts: ~ 212± scenic, private acres ~ Elevation 2,040 feet ~ Fully protected viewsheds ~ Remarkable, custom-built 6,200 square foot home constructed in 2007 ~ Bordered by George Washington National Forest ~ Equestrian facilities, including stable, riding ring, and flexible paddock layout ~ 5 ½ acre pond ~ Abundant wildlife on the property including deer, turkey, black bear, geese ducks, and eagles ~ Property is under conservation easement, as are the surrounding properties, ensuring the rural and scenic qualities of the area are protected in perpetuity ~ Excellent access to public lands and outdoor pursuits, including hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding, and fly fishing ~ 35 minutes to the renowned Homestead Resort, it’s championship golf courses, and the town of Hot Springs ~ 3 hours from Washington DC ~ 2 hours from Richmond, VA ~ 75 minutes from Charlottesville, VA ~ Annual taxes are approximately $7,000
$6,995,000  •  4,840 acres
The Minnechaduza Creek Ranch, including over three and a half miles of creek frontage, consists of 4,848± acres located in Cherry County, Nebraska. The ranch is located 14 miles west of Valentine on Highway 20. The terrain varies from rolling sandhills, fertile creek valley, and hard grass. A pivot, sub-irrigated meadow, and dryland hay ground provide plenty of winter feed and numerous hand-planted shelterbelts provide excellent winter protection. The property also features three homes, indoor arena, outdoor arena, corrals, and barns. Hunting is excellent with the combination of water, trees and creek bottoms. Wildlife include deer, turkeys, upland birds, and waterfowl. This is a very well-balanced ranch with all the amenities needed for a successful operation. The Facts: ~ Located 14 miles west of Valentine in Cherry County, Nebraska ~ 4,848± acres ~ 75± acre pivot ~ 350± acres sub-irrigated meadow ~ 200± acres dryland hay ground ~ 1956 surface water permit for 400gpm on 75 acres ~ Seven submersible wells ~ Three homes ~ Two Quonset buildings ~ Indoor arena ~ Outdoor arena ~ 3.5 miles of Minnechaduza Creek ~ Excellent Wildlife Habitat ~ Great accesses
$5,100,000  •  70 acres
Stormbreak Ranch is comprised of 70± high-fenced acres and loaded with opportunity for outdoor activities to accommodate groups, companies, and even the largest of families. The ranch straddles the border of Gonzalez and Caldwell counties and is conveniently located in the heart of the H.O.T. (Historical/San Antonio, Oil/Houston, Tech/Austin) triangle. Strategically located just 55-minutes from San Antonio, one hour from Austin, and approximately an hour and a half from downtown Houston, the ranch is easily accessible for an afternoon visit or a weekend getaway. The ranch’s design, its outstanding amenities, functional acreage, readily accessible location and moderate climate makes it perfectly suited as a multi-use corporate asset, a high-end dude ranch, a luxury bed and breakfast, an extended-family compound, a private resort or club, a wedding/special event venue, church camp, or a recovery retreat to name but a few of its possible uses. The ranch can effortlessly handle a host of corporate needs such as management and director meetings and ongoing staff training, family reunions, organizational meetings, and the largest weddings. The ranch has four spacious accommodation lodges containing a total of 20 fully decorated suites providing relaxing private sleeping arrangements. The sumptuously decorated main lodge features a spectacular enormous granite bar, fun amenities such as a professional shuffleboard table, billiards, ping-pong, multiple large flat screens, four large flat screens, integrated sound system, several inviting seating areas, a magnificent floor-to-ceiling double-sided stone fireplace with incorporated mantels and sitting hearths, a fabulous windowed indoor dining area for 50+, a fully equipped professional commercial kitchen, and an attached immense covered patio with another granite and stone bar, chandelier lighting and integrated sound system offer an outdoor dining/party/event option for 100+. The large chapel/conference center with its stunning floor-to-ceiling stone fireplace also with an integrated mantel and gorgeous sitting hearth, high vaulted ceiling, and splendid views can be put to almost any conceivable use. The chapel/conference center also features a reception room with a partial kitchen and gorgeous copper farmer’s sink, and a workout studio upstairs with a half-bath, large flat-screen, and Bowflex multi-function gym, treadmill, and stationary bike exercise equipment. The possibilities presented by this ranch are endless. It comes with the most sought-after open-air amenities such as a swimming pool and hot tub with decorated cabana bath/towel room; 400-yard long-distance shooting range; professional 8-station sporting clays shooting complex; 2 fire pits, fishing; volleyball; horseshoes; gardening; hiking; and more. Other notable improvements include an impressive stately cedar-beamed and stone gazebo sitting at water’s edge of the pond which features an attractively decorated bathroom, granite serving bar and enclosed serving station with partial kitchen; a large mechanical building with two internal tool rooms, two commercial-sized roll-up doors, commercial loading dock, office, 800-lb./day ice maker, bag ice locker, large walk-in meat locker with butcher’s trolley; climate-controlled storage building with roll-up door; extraordinary professional landscaping with stone waterfalls, ponds and stream, irrigation, lighting, and much, much more. The wildlife that regularly appears serves to accentuate the rest of the ranch’s wonderful features. Happy owners and their appreciative guests will be continuously thrilled at the ranch’s privacy and solitude. Feelings that will be reinforced as they relax by the pool, dine on the lodge patio, polish their skills at the sporting clays or shooting range, cast their line into the pond loaded with bass, blue gill, and catfish, feed the Japanese koi in the pond adjacent to the main lodge and pool, (re)discover the magic of fireflies as they dart about each evening, and marvel at the astonishing nightly star show the likes of which most will never have seen. The ranch amenities are further complemented by the spectacular local flora and fauna, particularly for birding and wildlife enthusiasts. With Palmetto and Lockhart state parks and numerous lakes and rivers nearby, there is no lack of exceptional field experiences in the vicinity. The ranch’s countless features and very reasonable proximity to Austin, Houston, San Antonio, Corpus Christi, and the Texas Hill Country make Stormbreak Ranch an incomparable buy.
$2,925,000  •  1,839 acres
The Bear Mountain Ranch presents 1,839± acres of premium recreational property in the heart of the Big Hole drainage directly bordering hundreds of square miles of public lands. With Bear Creek running through the property, the deeded acreage presents classic foothill scenery and character. With expansive private parks, densely timbered slopes and a variety of springs and creeks, the property creates ultra-premium habitat for elk, deer, bear and moose. Located an easy 50 miles from either Anaconda or Butte and about 60 miles from Dillon, the Bear Mountain Ranch offers privacy, scenery and excellent hunting. With seven already subdivided 20-acre recreational lots within its boundaries, there is outstanding opportunity for potential benefit from a conservation easement. An older ranch house near the entrance provides the opportunity to begin immediate enjoyment of the property while a new owner considers their options. The Facts: ~ Prime recreational acreage surrounded by public land ~ 1,839± deeded acres ~ Bear Creek frontage ~ Borders both United States Forest Service and Bureau of Land Management ~ Excellent elk populations both on the ranch and the surrounding lands ~ Existing home allows for immediate use and enjoyment ~ No conservation easement but an excellent potential candidate
$1,931,325  •  1,542 acres
Niobrara River Ranch is situated at the confluence of Bear Creek with the Niobrara River, including nearly two and half miles of river frontage. The ranch consists of 1,542± acres in Cherry County, Nebraska and is located 12 miles south of Cody. The terrain varies from rolling sandhills, river breaks, and productive flat ground. A 105-acre center pivot provides plenty of winter feed and the property also features a newly built home, shop and barn. Hunting is at premium with the forested Niobrara River breaks and bottoms. Wildlife include deer, elk, upland and migratory birds. This is an excellent ranch with new improvements and scenic value is at a premium. The Facts: ~ Located 12 miles south of Cody, Nebraska in Cherry County ~ 1,542± deeded acres ~ 105-acre irrigation pivot ~ Two electric high capacity irrigation wells, 800gpm combined ~ 125-animal unit year-round operation ~ 300-325 animal unit winter operation ~ Well balanced operation ~ New home, barn, shop, and pipe corrals ~ 2.5 miles of Niobrara river and timbered canyon breaks ~ Confluence of Bear Creek and Niobrara River ~ Excellent wildlife habitat, including deer, elk, upland birds, and waterfowl
$3,390,000  •  2,117 acres
Located 36 miles south of Gunnison, Colorado, the 2,117± deeded acre Powderhorn Ranch is an outstanding mountain retreat in one of the most scenic and private settings imaginable. The ranch occupies the broad parklands comprising Summit Park in addition to mountain slopes, ridges, and canyons forested with a mosaic of aspen groves, mountain meadows, and dark timber. This is a quiet place of snowcapped peak views, limitless recreational activities, and private access to thousands of acres of surrounding public lands. A 2,800± square foot lodge sit on a bluff above Beaver Creek within the core of the ranch. Well-suited for family and guest use, the off-grid lodge complements the natural landscape while providing a comfortable gathering place for family, friends, and clients. The ranch is home to an abundance of wildlife and sits within Colorado’s Game Unit (GMU) 67 – regarded as one of the preeminent trophy mule deer units in the Western United States. Ownership receives unit-wide landowner vouchers for deer and elk each year and has carefully managed the hunting through selective harvest practices and outstanding pasture enhancements. Nearly 250± acres of strategically located pasturelands have been improved for wildlife by comprehensive harrowing, planting, and over-seeding with carefully selected native forbs and grasses. Small creeks, springs, and ponds insure ample water for wildlife and livestock. A cattle tenant runs summer grazing operations on the property as well as 9,245± acres of adjacent permitted BLM lands. The cattle tenant is a knowledgeable local resource who ensures ease of ownership by patrolling the ranch and opening and closing the lodge for ownership. Access to the ranch is seasonal and private internal roads provide access throughout the property as well as to surrounding public lands that are not easily accessible to others. The Facts: ~ 2,117± deeded acres ~ 8 miles from Powderhorn ~ 36 miles from Gunnison and the Gunnison-Crested Butte Regional Airport ~ 2,800 sq. ft. off-grid lodge – 5 beds, 4 baths, large living area and kitchen ~ Outstanding big peak views of the La Garita Mountains ~ Limitless recreational activities ~ Nearly enveloped by BLM lands ~ Private internal roads with access to surrounding public lands ~ Located in GMU 67 ~ Trophy mule deer and quality elk hunting ~ 250± acres of food plots seeded with native forbs and grasses ~ Water rights ~ Powderhorn Ranch is the base property for a grazing permit on 9,245± acres of surrounding BLM lands ~ Average stocking rate of 100 pair during the summer grazing season with 332 AUMS attributed to BLM grazing ~ Long-term ranch manager in place for ease of ownership and cattle operations ~ Unencumbered by conservation easements
$11,956,875  •  9,565.5 acres
The North Loup River Ranch is the finest Nebraska Sandhills ranch on the market. With over three miles of frontage along the North Loup River, it consists of 9,565± deeded acres of native Sandhill range, sub-irrigated meadows, wooded sanctuaries and shelter belts, and irrigated hayfields. Its river frontage and associated meadows, bottoms, and ponds, and shelters belts and mature timber, make it a wildlife mecca that supports a thriving deer and turkey population. The property also boasts an updated historic 8,313 square foot lodge with seven bedrooms, a manager’s house, paved runway, solar-powered livestock water pumps and pipelines, and numerous other improvements. Located in some of the best cattle country in the world near one of the highest-price cattle markets, the property supports a profitable 650-700 cow-calf plus yearling operation with minimal labor needs and simplified management. The North Loup River Ranch is truly a one-of-a-kind property that must be seen to appreciate. The FactsThis is the text for the website that shall appear under the heading titled "The Facts". This will stream to the website when published. Sandhills Ranch 9,565±deeded acres Over 2,000± acres of sub-irrigated meadows Over 3 miles of North Loup River frontage 266±center pivot irrigated acres, two registered irrigation wells All contiguous ranch Estimated to carry 650-700 cows, holding calves over to yearlings Excellent improvements and fences 2,024 square foot managers home 2,800 square foot shop 8,242 square foot horse/cattle barn 2,520 square foot calving barn 3,348 square foot open front barn 8,313 square foot owner’s home/lodge 2,500-foot airplane runway Top-notch water resources Concrete aprons and bunks Excellent winter protection Abundant big game and birds Trophy class whitetail deer Management in place Over five miles of hand-planted tree shelterbelts
$42,000,000  •  2,518 acres
Wells, Nevada - The Clover Valley Ranch is a historic family-run cattle ranch in the heart of Nevada’s reputation ranch country south of Wells. With the dramatic Humboldt Range as its backdrop and consisting of 2,518± deeded acres running on over 8,500 acres of range, the ranch supports approximately 400 animal units in a balanced operation. The ranch is abundantly watered from a variety of spring-fed mountain streams and has around 900 of its deeded acres under irrigation producing upwards of 1,000 ton of hay annually, enough to comfortably winter the ranch’s resident herd. With a contiguous 6,000± acre United States Forest Service permit, this is a true mountain to valley ranch in one of the most sought-after parts of Nevada. Trophy mule deer hunting, the occasional elk and healthy sage grouse populations make this a wildlife treasure in Nevada and the ranch enjoys two to three landowner mule deer tags each year. The Facts: ~ Located 20 minutes from Wells, Nevada ~ Consists of 2,518± deeded contiguous acres ~ Well-watered and very productive with 900± irrigated acres ~ Supports 400± animal units ~ Contiguous USFS grazing allotment of 6,000± acres ~ Landowner mule deer licenses ~ Dramatic scenery ~ Balanced operation
$19,750,000  •  1,226 acres
Encompassing 1,226± acres and a remarkable two and a half miles of fabled Silver Creek, the Renegade Ranch is one of the premier sporting and lifestyle properties in the Sun Valley area. Nestled against the rocky foothills of the Pioneer Mountains, the ranch is conveniently located 45 minutes from Ketchum and the Sun Valley Resort and a half-hour south of the commercial airport in Hailey. With a reputation as one of the great spring creek trout fisheries in the world, Silver Creek is the centerpiece of the ranch, and few properties in the Silver Creek system offer as much stream frontage or privacy as the Renegade. The birch-lined stretch of Silver Creek flowing through the ranch is not only lengthy but incredibly diverse featuring gravel-lined runs, deep, undercut banks, and well-oxygenated riffles cascading over a basalt rock bottom. Angling opportunities and access to the stream corridor is greatly enhanced by an extensive road and trail network that leads to numerous prime fishing spots. Some of the largest fish in the Silver Creek system are found on the ranch with browns regularly exceeding 20 inches. Improvements complement the ranch and are highlighted by a 2,160± square foot “fishing cabin” located in a secluded aspen grove on the banks of Silver Creek. Designed by acclaimed local architect Jim Ruscitto, this comfortable, finely crafted log home features three bedrooms with ensuite bathrooms, an open floor plan, a large stone fireplace, and an expansive covered deck overlooking the creek. Upstream of the cabin is an outdoor venue with a fire pit and barbeque area ideal for creekside dining and entertaining. Other improvements include a three-bedroom guest house, manager’s residence, additional employee housing, equipment storage, and a large workshop with attached dog kennels. Although trout fishing is the predominant activity at the Renegade, the ranch provides excellent wildlife habitat and is home to upland game birds as well as elk and mule deer. The ranch is located in hunt unit 52 and the Smokey-Bennett elk zone and qualifies for landowner appreciation permits for controlled hunts. In addition to its recreational attributes, the Renegade features an active farming operation that utilizes approximately 250 acres of sprinkler-irrigated cropland to raise hay and grain. The Renegade is not covered by a conservation easement at the present time. However, because of the property’s size, location, and extensive frontage on Silver Creek, it is a prime candidate for one. The Facts: ~ Landmark Sun Valley ranch with 1,226± deeded, contiguous acres ~ 2.5± miles of Silver Creek encompassing both banks of the stream with exceptional trout fishing ~ Approximately 45 minutes south of Ketchum and the Sun Valley Resort and a half-hour from the airport in Hailey ~ Extremely private with virtually no impacts from the public ~ Excellent residential and ranch improvements with underground utilities and extensive landscaping ~ 250± acres of sprinkler-irrigated cropland raising hay and grain ~ Wildlife includes elk, mule deer, chukar, Hungarian partridge, and an array of non-game species ~ Ranch qualifies for landowner preference permits for controlled hunts in unit 52 ~ No conservation easement although an excellent candidate for one ~ Annual property taxes are approximately $8,100 ~ Elevation is 4,750± feet ~ A secluded, green oasis surrounded by federal lands and private ranch holdings
$6,500,000  •  5,128 acres
The Denny Ranch is a nice a combination of productive grazing, and scenic land totaling 5,128± deeded acres fenced and cross fenced into six different pastures. The terrain is a mix of Wyoming hard grasses known for putting significant gains on cattle, rolling hills and draws which are lined with pine and cedar trees and low creek bottoms along Rawhide Creek. Rock outcroppings cover a large portion of the ranch and winter protection for livestock is provided by huge cottonwood trees that cover a large portion of the lower bottoms of the ranch along the head of Rawhide Creek. Water on the ranch is provided by several wells, windmills and underground pipeline and Rawhide Creek. A portion of the ranch was first purchased by the Denny Family in 1902 and is being sold for the first time. The Facts: ~ Located 12 miles from Lusk ~ 5,128± all deeded acres ~ Located on Rawhide Creek ~ Strong hard grass with proven results ~ Huge cottonwood trees, pine, and cedar trees cover a portion of the ranch ~ Excellent cattle and wildlife protection ~ Six wells, pipeline & Rawhide Creek ~ Two homes, one three-bedroom and one two-bedrooms ~ Barns, corrals and shop ~ Elk, deer, turkey and antelope ~ Excellent hunting ~ Privacy ~ All-weather road
$1,500,000  •  60 acres
Lone Star Citrus Orchard represents an attractive investment opportunity in the growing Rio Grande Valley of Texas. Consisting of 60± acres in Hidalgo County, the property is currently planted to and operated as a commercial citrus grove. The property is planted to 10± acres Valencia, 15± acres Navel, and 35± Texas Ruby Red grapefruit. The property has been under the same professional management since 2002, generates an average cash on cash return of 4- 5%, and is perfect for the absentee landowner looking for tax-advantaged real estate investments. The property is clearly in the path of South Texas population growth, being located only 400 feet from Evangelina Garza elementary school in the La Joya ISD, has 1,300± feet of paved road access with city water nearby for the developer. If you are in the market for a medium to long term real estate investment with tax advantages and a long history of generating a cash return, this property definitely deserves your consideration. The Facts: ~ 60± acres ~ Investment opportunity ~ Path of progress ~ Income producing ~ Paved access ~ Approximately 400 feet from an elementary school ~ La Joya ISD ~ Tax incentives
$7,700,000  •  11,920 acres
The 11,920± acre Orchard Coulee Ranch lies immediately north of the State Highway 12, approximately 65 miles east of Forsyth. It consists primarily of native range with coulees rising from over a mile of frontage on the Musselshell River. There are 75 acres of irrigated hay and 600± acres of dryland hay. The simple but well-done improvements are easily accessed year-round and are situated nicely on the river. This area is very good grass country and is well-watered by wells, dams, springs, and the river. The ranch boasts lots of wildlife from trophy quality deer to antelope, pheasant, and upland birds. Orchard Coulee is a quality standalone ranch rated at 500 AUs but the opportunity for expansion is available with the adjacent Keggy Coulee Ranch being offered for sale exclusively by Hall and Hall. The Keggy Coulee Ranch has over 8 miles of common boundary and, combining the two would allow one to carry approximately 1,000 cows and 150 replacement heifers. The Facts: ~ 11,660± deeded acres ~ 320± acres of BLM lease ~ 75± acres of irrigated hay ~ 600± acres of dryland hay ~ Approximately one mile of Musselshell River frontage ~ Excellent big game hunting ~ Very good pheasant, upland bird, and waterfowl hunting ~ Current capacity of 500 AUs with opportunity to expand to over 1,000 head ~ Nice set of improvements including three-bedroom home and outbuildings
$3,900,000  •  300 acres
Elgin is an Antebellum-era, 300± acre plantation located 60 miles northeast of Raleigh. At the center of the property, at the end of a half-mile-long driveway, sits a beautifully restored plantation home surrounded by mature oaks, Magnolias, and hundred-year-old boxwoods. Elgin Plantation dates to 1827 and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, where it is described as, “… alone, and in its regional context, one of the major structures of the late Federal period.” The elegantly proportioned, temple-form main residence and accompanying buildings recently underwent extensive renovations, adding 21st -century conveniences to carefully preserved 19th-century history and charm. Completing the owner’s compound is a three-car garage with upstairs guest suite, a circa 1790 cabin, and a six-stall barn. Surrounding the house are 120± productive acres of cropland and 100± acres of hardwoods and pine. Taken as a whole, Elgin is the sum of many fantastic components and represents a uniquely balanced and efficient offering. The Facts: ~ 300± acres ~ Historically significant, meticulously updated plantation home ~ Conveniently located 75 minutes from Raleigh, the Research Triangle, and the Raleigh-Durham International Airport ~ 120± cultivated acres of soybeans and tobacco ~ Six-stall center aisle barn ~ Two spring-fed ponds
$5,950,000  •  755 acres
This distinct 755± deeded acre holding sits in the heart of the scenic Morrison Creek Valley and borders the Routt National Forest on two sides. Encompassing the confluence of Beaver and Morrison Creeks, the ranch is comprised of gently rolling topography and offers a diverse landscape with a private trout lake, large stands of mature aspen, pockets of conifers, mountain meadows with native grasses, and lush creek bottoms. Improvements include a 1,600± square foot ranch house, studio log cabin, large garage with shop, corral, and reclaimed sawmill. The ranch house recently underwent a tasteful interior remodel and is well-suited for use as a primary residence or weekend retreat. Due to its outstanding habitat and location between the Gore Range and Sarvis Creek Wilderness to the east and west, the ranch is home to abundant wildlife and offers quality elk and mule deer hunting. The 4F has year-round access off a maintained county road and is located just 25 miles south of Steamboat Springs. Limitless recreational activities include on-site angling, hiking, horseback riding, cross-country skiing, and ATV and snowmobiling on the ranch’s private trail system. For those seeking a picturesque and easily accessible mountain retreat with trout fishing, big game hunting, and backdoor national forest access just minutes from a dynamic ski resort community, this is your place. Co-listed with Kevin Dietrich, Colorado Group Realty 970-389-6745 The Facts: ~ 755± deeded acres bordering Routt National Forest on two sides ~ Backyard access to Green Ridge and the Sarvis Creek Wilderness Area ~ Recently remodeled three bedroom, two bathroom ranch house ~ Studio log cabin and reclaimed sawmill ~ Large garage with shop and corral ~ Year-round access via maintained County Road ~ Nearly one mile of frontage on Morrison Creek ~ Private lake teeming with trout ~ Quality elk and mule deer hunting in Game Unit 15 ~ Abundant wildlife ~ Limitless recreational activities ~ Irrigated meadow with water rights ~ Unencumbered by conservation easements
$750,000  •  149 acres
Lower Sawmill Creek Ranch consists of 149± deeded acres surrounded by the Salmon-Challis National Forest. Access is by seasonal gravel road. Sawmill Creek flows for approximately one mile through the property and supports a robust wild rainbow trout fishery. The ranch features a comfortable two-bedroom cabin with a kitchen, bathroom, living area, and an adjacent two-car garage. The adjoining national forest lands provide miles of hiking, horseback riding, big game hunting, ATV riding, and other backcountry pursuits. The area is rich in wildlife and home to elk, mule deer, mountain goat, moose, antelope, and upland game birds. The ranch is situated between Sun Valley, Idaho and Jackson Hole, Wyoming, within easy reach of either community. Idaho Falls and its commercial airport lie approximately two hours southeast of the property, while Salt Lake City is four hours to the south.
$1,750,000  •  146 acres
Upper Sawmill Creek Ranch is a “jewel in the crown” among Idaho’s collection of wilderness ranches. Located in its own valley, the ranch consists of 146± deeded acres surrounded by the Salmon-Challis National Forest. Access is either from the air utilizing the property’s private 2,500± foot grass airstrip or by seasonal gravel road. Sawmill Creek flows for approximately one mile through the property and supports a robust wild rainbow trout fishery. The ranch is immaculately maintained and features a comfortable set of residential improvements, including six cabins, ideal for off-the-grid living and hosting large gatherings. The adjacent national forest lands provide miles of hiking, horseback riding, big game hunting, ATV riding, and other backcountry pursuits. The area is rich in wildlife and home to elk, mule deer, mountain goat, moose, antelope, and upland game birds. The ranch is situated between Sun Valley, Idaho and Jackson Hole, Wyoming, within easy reach of either community. Idaho Falls and its commercial airport lie approximately two hours southeast of the property, while Salt Lake City is four hours to the south.
$4,200,000  •  4,431 acres
The C/N Ranch is a highly productive, working cattle ranch loaded with wildlife. It is scenic, well-watered and well improved. It is also well located, just nine miles from a U.S. highway and 15 miles from the town of Ryegate. Two larger towns are within 60 minutes and Montana’s largest city, Billings an hour and a half drive. It is currently supporting 250 animal units year-round on 5,071± total acres, including 4,431± deeded acres and 640± acres of private state lease. There are 1,000± dryland tillable acres, including 500± acres in alfalfa-grass hay. The ranch is fully improved with two large and unusually well-improved homes, at opposite ends of the ranch. There are two sets of corrals -- one is new and state of the art. There are one and a half miles of live creek, perimeter fencing and cross-fencing with multiple water sources. Its 20 pastures would lend themselves especially well to single-sire pastures and a purebred operation. The ranch is exceptionally scenic, with a variety of landscapes – rolling hills, cliffs, rock formations, hoodoos. The terrain ranges from undulating flats to rolling breaks with a sprinkling of pine and cedar trees, providing protection for cattle and wildlife. Here are gorgeous views of several mountain ranges -- the Crazy, Little Belt, Snowy, and Beartooth Mountain ranges. Wildlife is ever-present, especially upland birds, mule deer, antelope, and migrating elk. The Facts: ~ 5,071± total acres ~ 4,431± deeded acres and 640± acres of private state lease ~ 1,000± acres of dryland tillable acres, including 500± acres in alfalfa-grass hay ~ 250 animal units year-round ~ 15 miles southwest of Ryegate ~ 1 ½ hours to Billings ~ Two sets of headquarters with two large and unusually well-improved homes ~ Two sets of corrals -- one is new and state of the art ~ 1 ½ miles of live creek, perimeter fencing and cross-fencing with multiple water sources ~ 20 pastures ~ Deer, antelope, upland birds, migrating elk ~ Views of four mountain ranges ~ Equipment and hay also available
Hall and Hall

Hall and Hall
2290 Grant Road
Billings, MT 59012
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