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$5,000,000  •  640 acres
Located just 30 minutes from the resort town of Seeley Lake or an hour and 20 minutes from Missoula or Kalispell, MT, Holland Lake Overlook provides an offering unlike anything on the market today. Nestled in the foothills of the Swan Range and completely surrounded by Flathead National Forest, the property's 640± acres span two ridges with views of the Swan and Mission Mountains and famed Holland Lake to the south. Building sites abound with your choice of settings from subalpine meadow with towering views of the peaks to the west, low-lying seasonal riparian zone, or lake view with southern exposure. Holland Lake Overlook is a blank slate offering extraordinary privacy, easy access and a setting rarely found in today’s market.
$17,000,000  •  7,373 acres
Encompassing an entire mesa overlooking the stunning Black Canyon of the Gunnison River, this 7,373± acre ranch features outstanding trout fishing, deer hunting, equestrian, agriculture, scenic views, and quality owner and guest lodging.
$8,120,000  •  580 acres
Stewart Ranch consists of 580± acres in Johnson County, Texas, in close proximity to the Cleburne/Glen Rose area just south of Fort Worth. Situated between two paved county-maintained roads bearing a significant amount of road frontage on both the east and west boundaries. The land has a diverse soil composition including Frio silty clay, Sunev clay loam, Slidell clay, Sanger clay, Bolar clay loam 1 to 8 percent slopes, and Aledo-Bolar association 1 to 8 percent slopes. The land consists of rolling hills, a healthy stand of native grasses, cultivation and veins of larger vegetation, and cover in the bottom areas along Haley Branch Creek. The pooling areas along the creek provide a desirable wildlife habitat characteristic, thus further diversifying the property for the recreational buyer. The landscape is a great mixture of native grassland with rocky hilltops and expanded views in all directions. Johnson County SUD provides waterline access on both road frontages giving potential for development. A natural spring-fed creek and several earthen tanks provide abundant water for livestock, recreation, and wildlife equitably throughout the ranch. With such close proximity to the Fort Worth–Dallas metro area, yet surrounded by other ranch properties and bordered on two sides by paved roads, the potential for future development or subdividing provides an upside to equity.
$12,495,000  •  35 acres
Red Bridge is an astounding luxury estate nestled in the Animas Valley near the quintessential mountain town of Durango, Colorado. The improvements are truly impeccable. The property is secluded but not remote, being a short drive 25-minute drive to Durango. The expansive home was recently featured in Luxe Interior Design, praising its ability to merge outdoor and indoor living stating, “Colorado home puts a vivid spin on Western Style”. The exterior attributes of the estate are just as stunning as the home. You enter the ranch over a beautiful red bridge and down a tree-lined drive opening to a beautiful estate. Giant cottonwoods, running water, numerous ponds, fencing, impressive horse barn with indoor stalls and living quarters above with stunning views of the estate. There are numerous outdoor living and entertainment areas to enjoy, including a spectacular stone fireplace, dining area, fire pit, viewing deck, and tennis and pickleball court. Coon Creek borders the property and runs year-round. The land is filled with the sounds of nature. You may hear a bugling bull elk from the significant elk herd that calls the ranch home, with knee-deep grasses, protected benches, trees, ponds and running springs, it is easy to understand why. The ranch has water rights for irrigation, recreation, piscatorial and filling of fishponds. The secluded property creates a recreational oasis for the owners and their guests. Wildlife including elk, deer and wild turkeys frequent the property.
$14,750,000  •  137 acres
Magnificently inspired, River House is the perfect executive’s escape, ideally situated in a distinct and exclusive location. Encompassing 137.4± acres, an abundance of water resources includes frontage on both banks of the Elk River. The ranch is complemented by 55± acres of irrigated land, one aerated lake exceeding 100,000 square feet of surface area, and extensive landscaping - all of which accentuate the exquisite 7,575± square foot luxury home within a stone’s throw of river and lakes. The property is a masterwork in which each enhancement serves both purpose and aesthetics. Located just 17 miles north of Steamboat Springs and premier skiing, the River House Ranch is opportune for the discerning investor. Neighboring ranches are encumbered with conservation easements providing protection of the surrounding landscape in perpetuity.
$19,000,000  •  350 acres
Designed to be a magnet for multi-generational gatherings, Aspen Grove Ranch combines exceptional improvements with a stunning setting and a multitude of activities within the property, as well as with the accompanying Grand River Ranch amenities. Aspen Grove’s centerpiece 24,400± square foot Main Residence was designed to conform to the land’s topography, as well as to capture the entire panorama and breathtaking views of the surrounding Gore and Williams Fork Mountain Ranges and of the expansive valley below. Renowned architect Jon Gunson skillfully brought the owner’s vision to reality. The Residence’s plan serves three primary functions – a private wing for the owners, a spacious and dramatic gathering, dining and activity area, and a connected Guest Residence. This led to the overall concept of three structures, placing the Main Residence in the center with the owner’s suite and Guest Residence on each side. The Guest Residence is easily assessed by a connected enclosed bridge or ground-level corridor, and each of these three structures are angled toward the three primary views. Only the highest quality finishes and furnishings were used throughout the Residences, making it a home of refinement, elegance, and comfort. In addition, dead-standing trees were used for certain design and structural elements, lowering the environmental impact of construction. Some of the Main Residence’s special features include six bedrooms, each with their own bath plus one additional bath; also included are five half-baths, a stone wine cellar, Western-style bar, enormous fireplace, movie theatre, two automatic bowling lanes, and a children’s performance stage and dressing room. The charming Guest Residence has four bedrooms, each with its own bathroom as well as a half-bath on the main level. The landscape plan is as stunning as the home’s interior, with a covered bridge, cascading waterfalls, ponds, and stone decks. From these outdoor living areas, the splendor of the Rocky Mountains can be enjoyed – dramatic sunrises and sunsets, wildlife, rainbows, and star gazing. The acreage also lends itself delightfully to hiking, horseback riding, hunting, cross-country skiing, and snowmobiling. An unparalleled retreat has been created. Aspen Grove Ranch is located in the heart of Colorado ski country – and 60 to 90 minutes from seven major ski resorts – Steamboat, Winter Park, Vail, Beaver Creek, Breckenridge, Keystone, and Copper Mountain. Kremmling, a ranching and recreation-oriented mountain town situated at the confluence of the Colorado and Blue Rivers, is less than ten minutes away. Silverthorne is less than an hour, and Denver is less than two. The NetJets-rated general aviation airport in Kremmling accommodates most private jets, and commercial travelers utilize Denver International Airport. Although the ranch is close to town, airport, and resorts, its location, and setting make it very secluded and secure. GRAND RIVER RANCH AMENITIES Completing the best of all worlds theme of Aspen Grove Ranch is its full access to the private amenities of Grand River Ranch (GRR). The limited number of members of this exclusive club enjoy the following facilities and venues, which are all located within minutes of Aspen Grove Ranch. • Staffed equestrian center with ranch horses available for trail rides. • Sporting clays course and rifle range. • Staffed GRR lodge with fine dining and four suites for additional guest accommodations. • Boating and fishing for native cutthroat trout at 24-acre Jones Reservoir, accompanied by cabin. • Excellent tailwater fly fishing for trout on 1.5 miles of enhanced fishing stream, accompanied by two additional cabins. The GRR amenities are the perfect complement to the 350± private deeded acres of Aspen Grove Ranch – available for use at any time, while keeping it simple and easy, without the need for any caretaking duties. The GRR lodge is a popular option for enjoying chef-prepared dining, and its guest rooms and associated cabins can provide accommodations for additional guests.
$1,000,500  •  290 acres
La Esperanza Ranch is the perfect low-maintenance gentlemen’s ranch highlighted by hard to obtain features and amenities all in one package. The 297± acres are located within Webb County, Texas, 30 miles from Laredo (33-miles from an international airport). It boasts FM-2895 paved access frontage along with city water utilities and electricity. Large grassland pastures have been engineered for both the cattleman and upland bird hunter, yet the brush is perfectly diverse for whitetail deer habitat. The ranch has multiple quality executive hunting blinds to accommodate multiple hunters comfortably. Each blind location has a feeder in place which feeds year-round for the utilization of the whitetail deer, javelina, and wild hog populations. Through the years, the property has been lightly grazed and enjoys an agricultural tax exemption. The estimated animal units per acre are one to 25± acres. The ranch lends itself to either building a permanent residence away from the city lights or a short commute to and from Laredo for a quick morning/afternoon hunt. Should a buyer be interested in the property and location but less acreage, the Seller is willing to divide the property and finance it. There are no oil and gas mineral rights owned by the seller, and therefore, they do not convey. This is the perfect ranch property should someone be searching for a manageable opportunity with an array of highly sought-after conveniences! The Facts: ~ Webb County ~ Highway frontage ~ City water ~ Electricity ~ Water troughs ~ Improved grazing pasture ~ Excellent road system ~ New interior fencing ~ Hunting blinds/feeders ~ Whitetail, javelina, hogs, bobwhite/scaled quail ~ Rotational pastures ~ Will divide
$5,650,000  •  2,965 acres
The 2,965± acre King Mountain Ranch & Retreat, located 45 minutes east of Missoula, is a diverse mountain holding offering a variety of options for the rancher or sporting set. Divided in five blocks, the ranch provides room to explore both the deeded acreage and adjacent public land. Elk, bear, mule deer, mountain lion, and a variety of other game and non-game species are known to frequent the property. With additional improvements in fencing and water, the ranch would be ideal for summer grazing. At an elevation of 5,500± feet overlooking Rattler Gulch and the Clark Fork River Valley is a state-of-the-art off-grid owner's compound complete with a historic yet modern hewn log cabin, lodge, and shop. Powered by solar and two propane backup generators, this site is truly self-sufficient. The Facts: ~ 2,965± acres ~ State-of-the-art off-grid owner’s compound ~ Prime elk habitat ~ Lodge with attached two-bay shop ~ Cabin featured on Barnwood Builders ~ Borders public land ~ Recreational or potential summer grazing operation ~ Under one hour from Missoula International Airport ~ 2021 Taxes $6,621
$10,000,000  •  498 acres
Indian Creek Ranch stands out as something of an oasis in the expansive Madison Valley 18 miles south of Ennis where its namesake Indian Creek enters the Madison River. The ranch encompasses 498± deeded acres plus a State of Montana agricultural lease on an adjacent 110± acres. It lies between Highway 287 and the Madison River. The building compound is located out of sight below the highway, with Indian Creek meandering through the complex. The site is marked by enormous cottonwood trees, extensive lawns, and a private fishing pond. Improvements consist of an owner’s home, a guest house, a manager’s duplex, a large barn set up for equine pursuits, a traditional horse barn with haymow, and a pole calving barn. The setting is exquisite as it incorporates wonderful views of both the Madison Range and the Gravelly Range with minimal impact from the highway. The Madison River is a short walk across the meadow. The ranch includes over 100 acres of meadows and is well set up as a winter base for a cattle operation. However, it has historically been operated as a horse ranch where clinics have been offered and, under a previous owner, as a base for training and breeding polo ponies. The Facts: ~ Location: 18 miles south of Ennis and just over an hour’s drive to Bozeman. ~ Acreage: Deeded 498± acres with an additional 110± acres State of Montana lease. ~ Acreage Breakdown: 87± acres irrigated (35.6 on state) 521± acres of native range and sub-irrigated. ~ Improvements: Main house, guest house, staff duplex, equestrian barn, old-style hip roof barn and calving barn. Attractive pole and jack leg fencing and huge lawns enhance the building complex. ~ Water: Excellent Madison River water rights for irrigation plus three wells and an appealing fish pond with waterfall. ~ Wildlife: Antelope, moose, whitetail deer and elk in season. ~ Fisheries: Nearly a mile of private frontage on the Madison River plus Indian Creek and a trout pond. ~ Conservation Easement: Yes. ~ Summary: A lush oasis on the river well set up as a private equestrian retreat with hundreds of acres of adjacent public lands on which to ride or fish.
$1,738,000  •  519 acres
Deerwood encompasses 519± acres of exceptional wildlife and hunting habitat. It has been meticulously managed for hunting over the past 30 years and is a rare opportunity to purchase a proven, turnkey Virginia hunting property with a trophy deer population. Bucks at Deerwood are selectively harvested based on age and genetic potential, and the doe-to-buck ratio is carefully monitored. Bucks in the 150+ class are routinely harvested, including a recent remarkable eight-point buck that was officially scored 177-1/4. The land is comprised of a mixture of mature hardwoods, early succession pine, established wildlife corridors, and varied water sources. There are three ponds (20± acres of open water in total) on the property, two of which are shallow water ponds (9.75 acres and 2± acres) and are ideally suited for waterfowl. The waterfowl hunting on the property can be highly productive, with wood ducks, mallards, gadwalls, black ducks, and pintails regularly seen here. The third pond measures 7± acres and has excellent largemouth bass fishing, and there is an accessible yet private homesite on its northern shore. There is also 1.3 miles of stream frontage on Mountain Run, which marks the property’s southern boundary. Additional wildlife found of this tract includes eastern wild turkey, bobwhite quail, bald eagles, black bears, and numerous other species – in short, everything you’d expect to see in a thriving Piedmont Virginia ecosystem. Deerwood has entrances off two state-maintained roads, with the potential for a third entrance off a quiet residential lane. The property is under conservation easement, but the easement allows for multiple houses and farm buildings to be constructed. Approximately 218 acres of the tract have been enrolled in nutrient banking. Although Deerwood is ideally suited for hunters, it is easily appreciated by any nature enthusiast. The established habitat, privacy, and multiple homesites make it a terrific opportunity for both individual and group ownership. *Note: The Deerwood Tract is a portion of the larger Linden Farm listing. The Facts: ~ 519± acres ~ Proven, turnkey wildlife habitat ~ Outstanding deer hunting routinely produces 150+ class bucks ~ Excellent waterfowl and turkey hunting ~Three ponds (20± acres of open water in total) ~ Multiple homesites ~ Very private, borders other large landholdings ~ 12 minutes to Orange ~ 45 minutes to Charlottesville and 90 minutes to Washington DC or Richmond ~ Five airports within 90 minutes or less of the property ~ Under conservation easement ~ 218± acre nutrient bank
$1,375,000  •  139 acres
The Clifton Tract is a 139± acre agricultural property in the heart of Orange County. The property is well suited to both an end user looking for an efficient, income-producing farmstead, as well as an established farmer looking for a centrally located property to headquarter their operations. The Clifton Tract’s varied acreage is comprised of 33± acres of open ground and pasture, 47± acres of mature hardwoods, 50± acres of nutrient bank land , and 5± acres of farm structures. There is also a 4.4-acre pond, and the deer, waterfowl, and turkey hunting on the property have historically been very productive. The property is under conservation easement, but the easement allows for the construction of a main house, farm laborer’s quarters, and additional farm buildings. There are multiple potential homesites on the property, any of which could be easily accessed from the long frontage on Clifton Road. *Note: The Clifton Tract is a portion of the larger Linden Farm listing. The Facts: 139± acres ~ Efficient, centrally located farm ~ Well-improved with equipment barn, cattle barn, workshop, silage storage, two poultry houses, and litter storage facility ~ Poultry houses generate $75,000 - $85,000 pre-tax cash flow ~ Easy access to US-15 and VA-20 ~ 12 minutes north of Orange, VA ~ Within 90 minutes of Charlottesville, Washington DC, and Richmond ~ 4.4-acre pond ~ Productive deer, waterfowl, and turkey hunting ~ Under conservation easement ~ 50± acres enrolled in nutrient banking
$3,895,000  •  589.12 acres
Highland View Ranch consists of 589± acres with endless recreational opportunities. Located on the eastern slope of the Highland Mountains range with commanding views of the Tobacco Root Mountains and the beautiful Jefferson River valley, the property is flanked by larger ranches and has private access to a landlocked piece of state ground. The transportation hub of Bozeman lies within an hour and fifteen minutes of the property and offers over ten airlines with non-stop flights to thirty U.S. cities. The topography and vegetation that the ranch provides are old-growth coniferous trees, mature stands of aspens, and willows lining the Little Fish Creek drainage that runs through the property for approximately one mile. The diverse terrain and habitat provide for abundant wildlife, including elk, deer, moose, and a host of other fauna. The ranch affords a sanctuary to deer and elk, making it attractive to both the sportsman and nature enthusiast looking for a perfect retreat. There is tremendous fishing in the nearby rivers, including the Madison, Jefferson, Beaverhead, Ruby, and Big Hole River. Highland View Ranch is within good proximity to the entertainment and recreational amenities of Bozeman, MT. The ranch also incorporates a wonderful log home with a state-of-the-art off-grid backup power supply. The home is located on the western edge of the property with impressive views of Red Mountain and the Highland range. In addition to the newer log home, the property has a number of turn of the century homesteads and an old stage stop. Highland View Ranch offers a highly requested but limited supply opportunity to own a complete turnkey “move-in” ready mountain ranch retreat.
$3,975,000  •  2,560 acres
Removed from the unrelenting fast pace of urban life are the rolling hills of northeast Montana’s Sand Creek Bird Sanctuary. This property features lakes, creeks, spring-fed marshes, rolling grassy hills, productive cropland, and extraordinary habitat for pheasants, sharptail grouse, Hungarian partridge, waterfowl, and both whitetail and mule deer. Sand Creek Bird Sanctuary consists of approximately 2,560 acres located 14 miles east of Froid, Montana, and approximately 40 miles west of Williston, North Dakota, with convenient access from all directions. The property’s wildlife prospers due to good nesting and winter cover with food sources located in close proximity to habitat areas. Sand Creek Bird Sanctuary contains approximately 1,000 acres of cropland that produce wheat, lentils, canola, and other pulse crops. Although approximately 450 additional acres could be tilled, the owners have chosen to devote most of those acres to wildlife habitat. Approximately 250 acres are under a second ten-year Conservation Reserve Program contract. Those CRP acres feature mature native grasses and forbs for abundant game bird habitat. Sand Creek Bird Sanctuary’s water resources add both to its beauty and capacity to support large quantities of varied game birds, waterfowl, and deer. One reservoir at full capacity covers approximately 160 surface acres and another reservoir covers approximately 40 surface acres. There also are numerous creeks, spring-fed marshes, and sloughs covered with cattails that offer excellent game bird habitat areas. In addition to the natural and carefully nurtured habitat amenities, a 1,600 square foot manufactured home with an attached three-car garage is available to purchase as a fully furnished hunting headquarters. For approximately fifteen years the current owners have diligently worked to establish productive game bird and wildlife habitat and have created a unique property that combines both a cornucopia of wildlife and agricultural income.
$4,250,000  •  1,301 acres
The 3B Game Ranch is the definition of a turnkey game ranch that encompasses all the diversities of Stonewall County in one ranch and brings modern comforts to the rough and rugged surroundings. Fully stocked with a variety of exotics, elk, and whitetail deer. With diverse terrain that suits each species and allows for an extremely diverse hunting experience depending on which part of the ranch you are on. Set up for a family getaway, entertaining clients, company retreat, or any buyer looking for their own private getaway to enjoy with family and friends. The ranch is complimented with a low maintenance all steel construction six-bedroom, four-bath Barndominium style lodge. Perched on the mesquite covered plateaus above the river, the lodge is fully furnished with all the comforts of home. It features a large open living/kitchen with attached insulated equipment shop/laundry and mud room. With the drastic increases in the cost of construction and in the current market, ranches like this one are in high demand.
$4,950,000  •  244 acres
Located mere minutes from Stevensville, Montana, in the heart of the Bitterroot Valley, the Circle L Ranch provides a rare opportunity to live well in arguably the highest quality, turn-key agricultural operation available in the area today. Situated in the geographic center of the ranch’s 244± deeded acres, the residence and operational headquarters offer a private retreat-like setting to enjoy the wildlife and views of both the Sapphire Range and iconic Bitterroot Mountains. The ranch has been extensively improved for both operational efficiency and comfortable living with a 2,665 square foot owner’s residence, barn with second-story apartment, expansive shop, and covered storage for 1,000± tons of hay. Operationally, 230 irrigated acres are in grass hay production, yielding up to 1,000 tons annually in two cuttings. The Circle L Ranch is a tidy and endearing holding, ready for new stewards to continue and build on its legacy.
$8,500,000  •  1,512.25 acres
Encompassing a diverse mountain landscape flanking the Colorado River, this scenic 1,512± ranch offers outstanding hunting and fishing in a secluded setting, complemented by a comfortable five-bedroom log and stone home with two guest cabins, and convenient location only 40 minutes from Winter Park and two hours from Denver. Marietta Creek Ranch benefits from a private end-of-the-road locale that is surrounded on three sides by over 3,300 acres of BLM with limited public access. Larger blocks of BLM and Arapaho National Forest are within a mile of the ranch to the north and south. Despite its seclusion, however, the ranch is definitely not remote. Situated in Grand County between Granby and Hot Sulphur Springs, services, and supplies such as groceries and fuel are within 10 minutes of the property. Kremmling and its jet-capable airport are only 20 minutes away. Some of Colorado’s best skiing and mountain resorts are close by as well - Winter Park Resort and Grand Lake are only 40± minutes, and the Steamboat and Summit County ski resorts are less than 90 minutes. Denver and Denver International Airport are less than two hours. Marietta Creek Ranch features a diverse mountain landscape with prime habitat for mule deer, elk, moose, black bear, and bald eagles. From the banks of the Colorado River at just under 7,800 feet in elevation, the ranch rises up over 1,400 feet to 9,200 feet at the highest elevation. Varied vegetation consisting of aspen groves, mixed conifers, willowed creek bottoms with beaver ponds, and sage hillsides results in excellent wildlife habitat that attracts game from surrounding public lands. Marietta Creek drains the upper half of the ranch, creating a large basin with plenty of water and the perfect combination of timbered north-facing bedding slopes and open south-facing feeding zones. A ridgeline in the center of the ranch is strategically located to create a number of great glassing points that can be accessed without detection. The Middle Park area surrounding the ranch is known for quality mule deer and elk, and the ranch benefits from herd migrations out of higher elevation public lands in the fall. Marietta Creek Ranch is located in Game Management Unit 28, which offers over-the-counter tags for elk during archery and two of the four rifle seasons. For mule deer, the ranch qualifies for two landowner applications to improve the odds of drawing tags. An extensive network of interior ranch roads makes it easy to drive a vehicle to access every part of the property. The northeast corner of the ranch fortuitously crosses over the Colorado River, adding a coveted stretch of river with outstanding fishing for brown and rainbow trout. This private section features a broad riffle that flows into a deep hole, loaded with fish. This is not just an average stretch of the Colorado River, as it is one of only a handful officially designated as “Gold Medal” by Colorado Parks and Wildlife, as the highest quality trout fisheries in the entire state, determined by surveys of both fish quantity and quality. There is plenty of fishing for a half-day or more of bent rods right on the property, plus there are several additional Colorado River fishing access points nearby. The owner’s home is perfectly sited to take advantage of scenic views of the high peaks of the Continental Divide in nearby Rocky Mountain National Park. This comfortable 5,615± square foot log and stone home has five bedrooms with four baths and two fireplaces. A large great room, dining, and kitchen areas are well suited for entertaining. The home features a heated three-car garage, and there is also a Quonset shop and storage building. In addition to the guest rooms in the main house, there are two rustic guest cabins for additional accommodations.
$3,790,000  •  2,475 acres
The KR Rocking Ranch is located in the heart of Montana’s Wolf Mountains, about an hour north of Sheridan, Wyoming. Receiving an average of 24 inches of precipitation annually, the ranch maintains a lush green appearance even in drier years. This 2,475± deeded acre ranch is surrounded by 5,175± acres of private and Crow Indian leases making this a working ranch capable of running 500 AUs. Corral Creek runs through the entire length of the ranch providing water for livestock and abundant wildlife. Pine covered hillsides lend a gentle contrast to the hay meadows along the creek. The three reservoirs on the ranch are multi-purpose for the operations as well as recreational enjoyment. The main barn on the ranch is a braced frame style barn colored in red with the KR Quarter Circle brand’s proud logo on the front. The cattle working facilities are designed and organized so a single individual can work livestock without help. There are multiple guest quarters on the ranch as well one barn fitted with electrical RV hookups for visiting guests. The main home is a custom log structure suitable for a family of five benefiting from natural spring water. Situated just behind the main home is a 50’X150’ tarp riding barn constructed in 2017.
$9,250,000  •  713 acres
Beaver Meadows Ranch encapsulates a remarkable stretch of land in Park County, Colorado. This parcel occupies 713± acres of mountain pasture and recreational open space ranging from high mountain timber to wide-open meadows. Spanning elevations from 9,086 to 9,940 feet, Beaver Meadows Ranch sits between national forest land, quiet neighboring parcels, and also an easement that allows access into a stunning state park. Named for the beaver populations that once inhabited the ponds and North Elk Creek, Beaver Meadows is exceptional for its privacy, serenity, and beauty — especially considering its proximity to Colorado’s cosmopolitan capital city. Arrive here and explore the grassy meadows teeming with wildflowers in spring and summer. Hike up to the rocky granite crags and find unmatched views of distant peaks and sun-dappled hills. Catch sight of mule deer and elk alongside grazing cattle, and watch as the sun sets from the cozy dwelling in a peaceful meadow. Time seems to slow down here. Beaver Meadows Ranch is ideal for a buyer who wants the best of both worlds: the culture and energy of the city and the private quietude of mountain living. Beaver Meadows represents a rare chance to straddle metropolitan access and mountain paradise on a peaceful property with plenty of potential.
$6,000,000  •  2,826 acres
Reynolds Creek Land Company is a 450± head, year-round cattle operation located in the foothills of the Owyhee Mountains 12 miles southwest of Murphy, the county seat for Owyhee County, and 50 miles southwest of the state capitol of Boise. Family owned and operated for nearly three decades, the ranch consists of 2,826± deeded acres in five individual tracts and covers 50,308 acres of adjoining Bureau of Land Management (BLM) grazing allotments and 1,975 acres of State of Idaho leased land. The BLM allotments and state land support a combined total of 2,893 animal unit months (AUMs). The footprint of the ranch spans approximately 25 miles of varied terrain from low elevation winter pasture along the Snake River at the north end of the ranch to mountainous summer range to the south near the historic mining town of Silver City. Situated at the upper end of the Reynolds Creek Valley, the 663± acre headquarters tract lies at the heart of the ranch. Reynolds Creek flows through the headquarters for about a mile providing water for approximately 300 acres of flood irrigated hay fields and pastures as well as habitat for resident mule deer, pheasants, and quail. A large irrigated terrace perched above the creek is used for seasonal pasture and provides wonderful views across the valley. The headquarters features a practical and efficient set of building improvements. These include a restored 19th century log barn, a heated shop building with concrete floor, working corrals with cattle scales and covered hydraulic squeeze chute, feed bunks, livestock pens, and utility buildings. There are also two comfortable homes at the headquarters: the original, restored home with two bedrooms/one bathroom located near the ranch entrance and the other with three bedrooms/two bathrooms situated in the ranch compound. Access to the headquarters from Murphy and State Highway 78 is year-round over maintained county roads. The largest of the ranch’s deeded tracts is referred to as the upper field and located four miles south of the ranch at the head of the valley. Bordered by BLM lands under permit to the ranch, the upper field is undeveloped and encompasses 1,717± acres of diverse highlands that feature two miles of Reynolds Creek, numerous springs and small creeks, beaver ponds, and stands of fir, aspen, and juniper that provide excellent habitat for elk and deer. Access to the upper field is over a private road that is available only to the ranch and several adjacent landowners. As the periods of use on the adjoining allotments wind down, a portion of the ranch’s cattle will move onto the upper place in early August, with the balance transitioning there in mid-September. In October, calves are weaned and brought back to the headquarters, while cows remain at the upper place into November. The ranch also includes three smaller, undeveloped deeded parcels. Located midway between the headquarters and the upper field is the 120± acre horse pasture tract. The ranch utilizes this fenced parcel during the summer as pasture for younger pairs and saddle horses. The 160± acre Kane Springs tract lies about three miles east of the headquarters along Rabbit Creek Road (one of the two routes to Murphy) and is the site of a year-round spring that serves as a water source for the adjoining grazing allotment. Lying just east of the community of Murphy is the 165± acre Murphy tract. This fenced parcel adjoins the ranch’s winter unit and serves as both a stock water resource from an on-site well and a feed yard for those cattle coming off BLM winter pastures at the end of February. From an operational perspective, the ranch flows effectively and efficiently. The entire herd is turned out onto spring BLM pastures around May 1st and moves south and up-gradient following green grass to higher elevation summer pastures. Beginning in early August, a portion of the herd leaves BLM and moves onto the upper field, with the remainder of the cattle moving off of BLM and onto the upper field in mid-September. Approximately 200 head spend the winter at the headquarters, while in early November, 250 head trail to BLM winter pastures at the north end of the ranch. These cattle remain on BLM until the end of February, at which point they move to the Murphy tract and are fed hay for two months before turning onto spring pasture with the rest of the cattle in early May. Stock water is available throughout the ranch from springs, creeks, and wells. Owyhee County, the state’s second largest county in area, occupies nearly 7,700 square miles of broad sagebrush plateaus, basalt-lined canyons, and juniper-covered mountains and foothills and offers an array of outdoor recreational opportunities. There is excellent boating, fishing, and waterfowl hunting on the Snake River, with boat ramps just a short drive from the headquarters. Elk, mule deer, and antelope are found in good number across the area, while upland game birds, including pheasants, partridge, and quail, thrive in the county’s diverse habitat and mild climate. Reynolds Creek Land Company lies within hunt unit 40, and the owner is eligible to apply for landowner appreciation permits in the unit. Off-highway vehicle recreation is also popular in the area, and the BLM has established an extensive trail network for motorcycles and ATVs served by three main trailheads that feature staging areas and loading ramps.
$4,900,000  •  1,368.05 acres
The Stillwater River Wedding Ranch is located in the scenic Stillwater River Valley, three miles west of Absarokee, Montana. Containing an estimated 1,368 deeded acres, of which approximately 65 acres is flood irrigated, the ranch has over one mile of unfettered access to the Stillwater River, one of Montana’s premier trout fisheries. The river’s riparian corridor coupled with the upper grazing lands supports both livestock and a variety of wildlife. North Stillwater Road separates the river bottom from the home and the 1,270± acres of native grass which rises in elevation to allow for the magnificent views of the Beartooth Range. This is a bucolic rural setting for a very conveniently located ranch. Numerous small towns, a ski resort, and a million-acre wilderness area are an easy drive from the ranch. Billings, Montana, the largest city in the state, is less than 60 miles from the ranch gate.
$14,300,000  •  2,697.02 acres
Double C Ranch is a highly productive, 2,697± acre valley-to-foothill transitional ranch with a variety of recreational amenities on and around the ranch. Conveniently accessed from Bozeman (70± miles) or Helena (44± miles), the ranch lies between Canyon Ferry Reservoir to the west and the Belt Mountain Range to the east. The ranch’s 14 pivots and approximately 1,403 acres under pivot irrigation provide a variety of operational possibilities and are complemented by approximately 675 acres of mountain foothills that are excellent habitat for wildlife, including elk which frequent the irrigated hay fields. There are three well-located residences, including an owner’s home, manager's home, and rental home. Well-maintained and functional working structures appropriate for the scale of the current haying operation include a large, heated shop, equipment shed, truck scale house, and 97,100-bushel grain bin storage. The ranch’s desirable location, natural beauty, and strong wildlife and recreational opportunities are uniquely coupled with abundant water resources for agricultural production.
$4,200,000  •  1,342 acres
The McCord Ranch consists of 1,342± deeded acres located in Jefferson County, Nebraska, near the town of Fairbury. The ranch has been in the McCord family for a long time and is a testament to the quality of the land. The ranch is highlighted by Rose Creek, which meanders through the valley floor along the fertile farm ground. The ranch includes 254.83 acres of tillable farm ground, currently in corn, and over 1,000± acres of native pasture with timbered draws throughout. There are numerous dams, springs, and year-round creeks hidden in the timbered draws. The native pasture is protected with a conservation easement and has consistently provided a summer range for 180-200 cow/calf pairs. The combination of creeks, springs, dams, timbered draws, and farm ground provide as good of wildlife habitat that can be found. Wildlife includes trophy deer, turkeys, pheasants, quail, coyotes, raccoons, and songbirds. The McCord Ranch is located just a short distance from Lincoln but allows a feeling of remoteness. An Elevation change of over 200 feet from the valley floor up to the grassy ridges provides excellent views of the area. The ranch would make a great operation or a getaway retreat with great income potential. Offered in cooperation with Boyd Smith, Edgewater Insurance + Real Estate.
$10,725,000  •  613 acres
Framed by the majestic Teton Mountain Range to the east, the 613± acre Badger Creek Canyon Ranch represents a truly unique offering in southeast Idaho’s coveted Teton Valley. Located at the north end of the valley, the ranch offers a diverse blend of rolling cropland set atop the tree-lined canyon rim with both sides of 2.5± miles of Badger Creek flowing through at the bottom. An excellent trout stream, this section of Badger Creek is unique in the sense that it is fed by large natural springs flowing out of the canyon walls, thus improving the habitat for the native Yellowstone cutthroat trout that call these waters home. Bordering public lands along its western and northern boundaries, the ranch provides excellent habitat for the area’s big game species, including elk and mule deer. The canyon serves as a critical migration corridor for big game as they head west in the late fall to their winter range along the Teton River Canyon and lower elevations. For the avid wing shooter, healthy numbers of native sharp-tailed grouse and Hungarian partridge can also be found on the ranch and adjacent public lands. The Badger Creek Canyon ranch sits on a peninsula with Bitch Creek along the northern boundary, Badger Creek along the south, and both streams joining the Teton River at the point of the peninsula to the west. All three fisheries are considered some of the best native Yellowstone cutthroat trout streams in the region. The charming resort town of Driggs is located just a short 25-minute drive from the ranch. Home to Grand Targhee Ski Resort located on the west slope of the Teton Mountain range, Driggs offers all the essential mountain town amenities, including restaurants, grocery stores, outdoor recreation shops and outfitters, farm and ranch stores, a hospital, and full-service FBO at Driggs-Reed Memorial Airport. Jackson Hole is located an hour from the ranch and is the gateway to Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks. With 2.5± miles of trophy trout water flowing through the ranch, diverse topography and landscapes, big game and upland bird hunting opportunities, the Badger Creek Canyon Ranch represents a blank canvas with an array of recreational attributes along with a small farming component in a highly desirable location.
$1,500,000  •  160 acres
Located along the famed South Fork River Canyon, the Hammer Ranch is a true inholding comprised of 160± deeded acres completely surrounded by Caribou-Targhee National Forest. Mud Creek is a clear and cold spring creek that flows year-round through the ranch for approximately half a mile until its confluence with a side channel of the South Fork of the Snake River just a stone’s throw from the property’s boundary. The Hammer Ranch offers a diverse landscape made up of dramatic canyon faces which open to a lush private valley with Mud Creek flowing through it. Flanked on both sides by rising hillsides, the ranch encompasses aspen ridges and dark timber that eventually reach the elevated grassland benches overlooking the South Fork of the Snake River Canyon to the south and expansive mountain peaks of the Caribou- Targhee National Forest to the north. Given its prime location in the middle of the national forest, the Hammer Ranch serves as a sanctuary for much of the area’s native big game species and wildlife. Elk, deer, and moose can all be found on the ranch due to its abundant timber and cover, year-round Mud Creek, and grassland benches. For the avid fly fisherman, the South Fork of the Snake is located just across the road from the ranch’s gate and is considered one of the best dry fly fishing rivers in the West.
$8,495,000  •  15,949 acres
The Rapelje Bison ranch consists of approximately 15,950 deeded acres plus a 640± acre state lease. As the name suggests, this highly productive grass ranch has been home to nearly 1,250 bison. The current ownership has liquidated the herd and has chosen not to stock the ranch for the 2021 grazing season. This has allowed the pastures to be rested during the current drought. The owner spared no expense in developing stock water with new wells and an extensive pipeline system that delivers water to numerous tire tanks in multiple pastures. In addition to improving the water, over 100 miles of new flex fence was built replacing the exterior fence and creating additional interior cross-fenced pastures. The ranch has approximately 3,300 acres of dryland farming that is currently fallow and ready to be seeded. A new owner will have the option of seeding the farmland back to grass, which has the potential to increase the current carrying capacity to over 700 animal units or put it into grain or hay to provide diversification and/or winter feed. The improvements consist of a solid set of buildings including a modular home, a bunkhouse, a 4,000 square foot metal building, plus shops and additional support buildings. This low-overhead ranch has convenient access off the Molt-Rapelje Road just 35 miles west of Billings. This is an exceptional well blocked grass ranch in a wonderful location with great distant views of the Beartooth Mountains. The Facts: ~ ACREAGE: 15,950± deeded acres plus a state section. ~ ACREAGE BREAKDOWN: 3,300± dryland farm, the balance in grass ~ LOCATION: 25 miles north of Columbus and 35 miles west of Billings ~ SCENERY: Lovely rolling grassland with great views of the Beartooth Absaroka Mountains ~ WILDLIFE: Upland birds, antelope, mule and whitetail deer ~ IMPROVEMENTS: Terrific fencing, functional livestock facilities, and newer well-kept residential complex including a house and bunkhouse
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