Hayden Outdoors


Hayden Outdoors is a grass roots real estate company and brokerage with a background in the cattle and ranching business. In 1976 Leo Hayden founded the company as Property Exchange, working with farms and ranches for sale near Hays, Kansas. The brokerage moved to Goodland, Kansas in 1981 and became Hayden Inc. In the late 1990’s, Leo was joined by his two sons, Dax and Seth, to help grow the business in multiple states. In 2003 Hayden Outdoors was formed to represent sellers and buyers on farm ranch and recreational properties. Since then the team at Hayden Outdoors has grown and prospered to include over 65 agents and an excellent full time staff supporting the sale of land. The team is composed of brokers and agents with experience and knowledge in their markets and an affinity to "Do what they say they will". Hayden Outdoors is about honesty and integrity with customers and a rich sense of land stewardship. Our agents know land because they are what the land has made them. We understand land, water, minerals and what is necessary to maximize value for our clients. Please call one of our excellent associates for information on our company and our services. Hayden Outdoors represents the finest farms, ranches and recreational properties in Colorado, Kansas, New Mexico, South Dakota, Oklahoma, Nebraska, Iowa, Utah, and Wyoming. We are also proud to be an exclusive partner and co-founder of LandLeader, the largest land marketing company in America. CORE VALUES Hayden Outdoors is built on the relationships between our clients and our brokers, as well as an in-depth knowledge of the farm, ranch and recreational real estate market. Our brokers are passionate about the outdoors and are proud to work and play in the outdoor setting we all love so much. Our buyers and sellers know that the fine properties we represent are the kind of properties we would call our very own. The team at Hayden Outdoors believes and practices in the following: HONESTY to sellers and buyers of land values and market analysis TRUST throughout the real estate process INTEGRITY within our team and our business POWER in marketing and advertising of our listings ACCOUNTABILITY of our team to provide complete real estate efforts BALANCE in our life and our work KNOWLEDGE of the current market trends and values Because of these traits we have been successful since 1976 and have continued to be named one of America's Best Land Brokerages. Whether it's claiming that prized elk in Colorado, the smell of fresh cut hay in Kansas, hearing the rise of that rooster pheasant in Nebraska, or relaxing by a pristine mountain stream in Wyoming, this real estate is special! Outdoor recreation is deep in our hearts and minds, and it is what drives all of us at Hayden Outdoors. We are truly blessed to work with the sellers and buyers of the fine ranches, land, and farm properties that we have the opportunity to sell, because it is the people that make those places special. Hayden Outdoors is proud to represent buyers and sellers of the finest land, ranches, and farm properties for sale. AWARDS AND RECOGNITIONS 2019 Top 10 Fastest Growing Company - Bizwest Northern Colorado - Mercury 100 Awards 2018 National Association of REALTORS Commercial Broker of the Year - Kansas 2018 #4 Fastest Growing Company, Flight II - Bizwest Northern Colorado - Mercury 100 Awards 2018 Best Brokerages by The Land Report 2018 LandLeader National Top Sales By Brokerage 2017 RLI APEX Broker of the Year - Ranch Sales / Ag 2017 RLI APEX Award - Top 20 Land Brokers 2017 RLI APEX Producers Club 2017 Best Brokerages by The Land Report 2017 LandLeader National Top Sales By Brokerage 2016 LandLeader National Top Sales By Brokerage 2015 LandLeader National Top Sales By Brokerage 2011 - 2016 Best Brokerages by The Land Report LOCATIONS HEADQUARTERS: Windsor, Colorado 501 Main St. #A, Windsor, Colorado 80550 970-674-1990 SATELLITE OFFICES: Goodland, Kansas 1401 Main Street, Goodland, Kansas 67735 785-890-6231 Imperial, Nebraska 581 E. 3rd St., Imperial, NE 69033 308-414-1021 Ord, Nebraska: 1424 O St. Ord, NE 68862 308-730-7071 San Angelo, Texas: 3103 Southwest Blvd., San Angelo, Texas 76904 325-450-8394 Westcliffe, Colorado: 214 Main St, Westcliffe, CO 81252 719-371-4344 Lander, WY 206 Main St., Lander WY 307-438-0609 State Real Estate Licensure: CO, NM, OK: Dax Hayden - Qualifying Broker, 501A Main St., Windsor, Colorado 80550, 970-674-1990 KS: John Leo Hayden - Broker, 1401 Main Street, Goodland, Kansas 67735, 785-890-6231 NE: John Leo Hayden - Broker, 581 E. 3rd St., Imperial, NE 69033, (308) 414-1021 WY: Bill Vacek - Responsible Broker, 501 Main St. Windsor, Colorado 80550, 970-674-1990 UT: Seth Hayden - Qualifying Broker, 501 Main St. Windsor, Colorado 80550, 970-674-1990 IA: John Herrity - Designated Broker, 600 4th Street, Ste. 302, Sioux City, Iowa 51101, 970-685-0645 SD: John Herrity - Designated Broker, 501 Main St. Windsor, CO 80550, 970-685-0645 TX: Bill Feist, Managing Broker, 3103 Southwest Blvd., San Angelo, Texas 76904, 325-450-8394 MT: Carroll Philip Land, Broker, R​R​E​-​B​R​O​-​L​I​C​-​1​1​5​5​5, 127 Mcleod, PO Box 1025, Big Timber, MT 59011
$3,150,000  •  40.35 acres
Amazing mountain haven on 40.35 acres in rural mountain community south of McCall, Idaho with views of the Jug Handle Mountain. The land this luxury 4,259 sq ft cabin sits on has approximately 0.4 miles of frontage along Lake Fork Creek. The elegant log home was designed with breathtaking natural elements such as log and stone siding, wood ceiling beams, custom rustic style light fixtures, and hardwood floors. Throughout the home, you can witness amazing views of the surrounding mountain landscapes. This is especially true in the impressive great room which has floor-to-ceiling windows that overlook the river. The great room also highlights vaulted ceilings, an antler chandelier, a rock fireplace, and access to the wrap-around deck. The main level contains a gourmet kitchen with an island, breakfast bar, granite counters, built-in oven, tile floors, and a large walk-in pantry. This level also encompasses the dining area, the master bedroom suite, 2 guest bedrooms, 2 guest bathrooms, and the foyer.The lush master suite is the perfect place to relax. It showcases a propane fireplace, a private enclosed sun room with a hot tub, dual vanity sinks, a soaker tub, a sitting bay window, and a walk-in tile shower. For those that love to entertain, the daylight basement is the perfect space. This inviting open space has a fireplace, and a kitchenette/wet bar. The basement is also where you find the spacious laundry room with a sink and plenty of cabinet space, a storage room, and the office which could be used as a 4th bedroom. Above the detached 3 car garage is a 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom, +/- 800 sq ft apartment with fireplace and a full kitchen that is perfect for guests. The other exterior amenities include the wrap-around porch, fire pit, pond, greenhouse, private driveway, private septic system, and individual well. The surrounding wooded acreage acts as a haven for area wildlife such as elk or deer. Exterior Features:40.35 Acres3 Car Detached GarageDog RunFirepitGarden SpaceGreenhouseLog SidingLake Fork Creek FrontagePrivate DrivewayPondViews of Jug Handle MountainWrap Around Porch Kitchen Features:Breakfast BarBuilt-In OvenGranite CountersIslandTile FloorsWalk-In Pantry Master Bedroom Suite:Dual Vanity SinkEnclosed Sun RoomHot TubPropane FireplaceSitting Bay WindowSoaker TubWalk-In Tile Shower Interior Features:3 Guest Bedrooms Custom Light FixturesDaylight Basement with KitchenetteHardwood & Tile FlooringLaundry Room with SinkWood Ceiling BeamsStone Fireplaces Separate Living Quarters Above Garage:1 Bedroom1 BathroomFireplaceFull Kitchen Location:This luxury mountain home is conveniently located within 15 miles of downtown McCall and 11.5 miles from Jughandle Mountain. For recreating, you are within less than 30 minutes from Tamarack Resort and Lake Cascade where you can enjoy a host of outdoor activities such as skiing, snowboarding, swimming or boating at Lake Cascade, hiking or biking the cross-country trails, and ziplining.About the Area:McCall, Idaho which sits along the banks of Payette Lake. It is an outdoor recreational hot-spot especially for many residents from the Boise metro area who are looking for a weekend escape. Besides Brundage Mountain, McCall is also central to both the Little Ski Hill and Tamarack Resort thus making McCall known for its winter recreation. Visitors and residents enjoy activities such as Nordic skiing, cross country skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing, and tubing. In fact, one of its most vibrant events is the annual Winter Carnival held every January which exhibits intricate snow sculptures throughout the community. People also escape to this charming mountain town during the summer months to enjoy activities such as river rafting, kayaking, fishing, boating, jet skiing, camping, hiking, or soaking in one of the area's natural hot springs. The spectacular mountain scenery and lake views can be appreciated from downtown McCall but for a more intimate and unspoiled view, many like to visit Ponderosa State Park. This public park is just on the northern outskirts of town and offers hiking trails, camping sites, and beaches along Payette Lake.
Contact for Price  •  0.3 acres
This well maintained, ranch style home has just been updated with an extensive remodel. Upgrades include a completely remodeled kitchen, Pella windows throughout, a sliding glass door, storm door, and new garage door. In addition, the floors in the living room, kitchen, and hallways have been upgraded to beautiful white birch wood flooring, which accents the home very well. This home sits on just over 1/4 acre and has a partially fenced landscaped yard, 2 stall attached garage with an additional shop/shed to store your toys. The property also includes a gravel parking area for your RV, covered front porch and great deck in the back for your barbeque or patio furniture. Call me today for a showing!!
$975,000  •  236.66 acres
Large waterfront farm and ranch nestled in the heart of rural Owyhee County in Oreana, Idaho. This beautiful piece of paradise lies between two reservoirs with Castle Creek running through the length of the property year-round. It consists of 236+ acres that is suitable for a variety of farm, ranch, and recreational uses. The ranch borders public Bureau of Land Management (BLM) lands along the entire western property line and portions of the southern and eastern property lines. Foreman's Reservoir borders the western edge of the ranch and the property has views of 2 other reservoirs to the east. Both provide beautiful views and are a peaceful haven for area wildlife. An abundance of deer and waterfowl frequent the property making this an ideal hunting reserve or nature conservancy.Besides the recreational opportunities, the ranch provides multiple agricultural uses. Designed to support livestock, this property is perfect for horses, cattle, sheep or swine. A system of corrals, stalls and loading chutes are located adjacent to the 36 X 36 barn, complete with stalls and a tack room. Additional outbuildings such as a 2-bay equipment shed and storage sheds are also located on the land providing plenty of room to store hay, farm implements, or equipment.The ranch includes approximately 90 acres cropland that is irrigated with gated pipe and irrigation water from the Castle Creek and Storage District. Row crops or hay can be grown on the cultivated acres, while the dry acreage provides summer forage for livestock or wildlife. The home on the property could serve as a full-time residence for a ranch hand or potential rental income source. The home is a 1984 Kaufman & Broad 28ft x 48ft double wide manufactured home with 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, vaulted ceilings, and a living room with a wood stove.Land Features:Borders Bureau of Land Management (BLM) LandsConcrete Feed BunksCorralsGated PipeLoading ChutesLivestock StallsIrrigated CroplandHigh Deer Fence Surround Hay YardPastureYear-Round CreekReservoir ViewsSuitable for LivestockWater RightsOutbuildings:36ft x 36ft Barn with Stalls & Tack Room2 Bay Equipment Shed28ft x 48ft Manufactured HomeMultiple Storage ShedsWildlife:DeerDucksWaterfowlAbout the Area:The farm is located in Oreana, Idaho, just an hour south of the Boise metro area. The small, unincorporated town of Oreana is primarily a farming community and lies within Owyhee County which is the second largest county in Idaho. Besides its agricultural industry, Owyhee County is a playground for outdoor recreationalists. For those that love to fish, there are several areas to go cast a line. These areas include the nearby Snake River, the Owyhee River, and CJ Strike Reservoir. In addition to fishing, CJ Strike Dam also offers recreational opportunities for boating, camping, swimming, hiking, and more. Visitors can also hike, camp or ride horses in the Bruneau Dunes State Park. For those that love the thrill of ATVing, Owyhee County has an extensive trail system with hundreds of miles of public trails. It is also home to the Snake River Birds of Prey National Conservation Area where visitors can enjoy a number of beautiful hiking routes and access to Celebration Park.
$499,000  •  6.05 acres
6.05-acre mountain building lot in Ashton Ridge Ranch with stunning views of Jughandle Mountain. The level lot sits at the end of a private culdesac and is the perfect location to build your dream home with its year-round access, close proximity to power, and spring-fed stream that runs along the westerly border of the property. Ashton Ridge Ranch is one of the few developments in the McCall area that offer large acreage parcels. The acreage is situated in a great location just south of the 16th fairway of Jug Mountain Golf Course a mere 15 minutes from downtown McCall. For outdoor enthusiasts, Upper Jug Creek Reservoir is just 3 miles away where you can enjoy fishing, skiing, hiking and more!About the Area:This beautiful building lot is located in McCall, Idaho, a resort town that sits along the banks of Payette Lake. McCall is an outdoor recreational hot-spot especially for many residents from the Boise metro area who are looking for a weekend escape. McCall is home to snow powder packed Brundage Mountain Ski Resort and avid skiers regularly enjoy exploring its slopes. Besides Brundage, the area is also central to both the Little Ski Hill and Tamarack Resort thus making it known for its winter recreation. Visitors and residents enjoy activities such as Nordic skiing, cross-country skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing and tubing. In fact, one of its most vibrant events is the annual Winter Carnival held every January which exhibits intricate snow sculptures throughout the community. People also escape to this charming mountain town during the summer months to enjoy activities such as river rafting, kayaking, fishing, boating, jet skiing, camping, hiking or soaking in one of the area's natural hot springs. The spectacular mountain scenery and lake views can be appreciated from downtown McCall but for a more intimate and unspoiled view, many like to visit Ponderosa State Park. This public park is just on the northern outskirts of town and offers hiking trails, camping sites, and beaches along the Payette Lake.
$1,150,000  •  4.74 acres
Stunning country estate on acreage just on the outskirts of Eagle, Idaho! The 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom home has 2,026 sq ft of living space. Its inviting interior showcases oak hardwood, formal living & dining rooms, tile kitchen counters, a breakfast nook & family room with a fireplace. The large master suite has a walk-in closet and private deck access. The fully fenced property is ideal for horses or llamas with 2 barns with power, covered equipment storage, 2 sheds, and irrigated pasture land. The yard features beautiful mature landscaping with a large deck, shade trees, & a charming garden shed/playhouse. Conveniently located just 5 minutes from downtown Eagle so you are close to shopping, entertainment, and restaurants. Exterior Features: 3 Car Attached Garage4.74 Acres16' x 51' Deck16' x 16' Barn with Power20' x 40' Barn with PowerAutomatic Sprinkler SystemBrower 2-Sided Automatic Heated Stock Tanks - 3 QtyChickens, Llamas, & Horses AllowedCovered Equipment StorageDeckFenced Irrigated PastureGarden Shed/Playhouse with 50 Year Roof with PowerIndividual WellIrrigation PipeMature LandscapingSeptic System - Pumped in 2020Shade TreesStorage Sheds - 2 Qty Kitchen Features: Breakfast BarNEW Dishwasher in 2017NEW Range in 2020Tile Counters Master Bedroom Suite: Carpet - NEWDual Vanity SinkFrench DoorsPrivate Deck AccessTile Bathroom FloorsVanishing ScreenVaulted CeilingsWalk-In Closet (9' x 11') Other Interior Features: Breakfast NookFamily Room with FireplaceFormal Living RoomFormal Dining RoomLaundry Room with Utility SinkNEW Energy Efficient 98% HVAC installed in 2014NEW Blinds in Dining Room, Living Room, & Front BedroomNEW Water Softener in 2019Oak Hardwood FloorsOn Demand Gas Water HeaterVaulted CeilingsAbout the Area: If you seek peaceful living without sacrificing convenience and accessibility to the greater Boise area, you'll find it in Eagle, Idaho. Historically, the City of Eagle was a rural agricultural town on the outskirts of Boise. However, in the last 20 years, Eagle has grown to be an upscale urban city with a thriving cultural scene and business core. Elements of its rural past are still appreciated and celebrated. Downtown Eagle showcases historic buildings like Orville Jacksons General Store, the original Bank of Eagle (now da Vinci's Italian restaurant), and Rembrandt's Coffee House, which was converted from an old church. Eagle's newer developments offer a host of diverse businesses including casual & fine dining establishments, professional office complexes, and health care facilities.Eagle, Idaho is situated along the Boise River and offers miles of public recreational trails along the river. Residents enjoy walking, biking or fishing along the beautiful greenbelt or picnicking in the city parks. Golfing is another popular activity in the area. Eagle boasts being the location of Banbury Golf Course, which is consistently rated among Idaho's top ten golf courses.Eagle also hosts many annual public events including the Eagle Fun Days, the Eagle Saturday Market, the Eagle Golf Classic, and the Eagle Food & Wine Festival. It is also just minutes from Eagle Island State Park, which is a public park featuring a waterslide, swimming beach, disc golf course, and more than 5 miles of hiking and horseback riding trails. One of the newest attractions in the Eagle community is the Chateau des Fleurs which is a fine dining and luxury event center that features European-inspired architecture. The Chateau des Fleurs hosts community events, weddings, and afternoon tea socials.
$42,000  •  0.77 acres
The Grand Oak Addition is a great opportunity to develop affordable housing in the St. George community! Located on the north side of town right off the soon to be paved 6th St (6/1/2021) on Shady Oak Drive, which dead ends creating a quiet neighborhood. The Grand Oak Addition lots come with water, gas, electricity and sewer on site making them ready for pad immediately. The East lots 3A,B back up to a wooded area for a naturally private backyard. West lots 10A,B have large privacy fence on the boundary line.These lots can be sold separately or together. Opportunity doesn't end with these 4 lots, additional lots are available.There are 3 existing units in the addition and look to fill up fast. Contact Seth Stone at (785) 341-1630 today to learn more. Lots 3A,B $22,000 .55 acres Lots 10A,B $20,000 .22 acres
$1,575,000  •  210 acres
ATTENTION! HALF OF THE OWNED MINERAL ESTATE CONVEYS WITH THIS TRACT! Any amount of a mineral estate being conveyed in Gonzales County is unheard of, much less 50% of the estate. This property is situated in an area that currently has an abnormally high activity of oil and gas exploration. This 210 acre tract is currently being used for cattle grazing and hunting. The area is mostly covered with native grasses, live oak trees, red oaks, mesquite trees, hackberry trees, and other native trees. There is an old water well on the property, in addition to electricity and two stock tanks. The ranch is an exceptional tract for deer hunting with above average size bucks being harvested. In addition to deer, there is an abundance of hogs, ducks, dove, turkey, and varmits roaming property. A large percentage of the brush cover is finger to mid size mesquite bush that could be easily be removed with a shredder. If you are wanting a homesite, there are some exceptional areas that would make a beautiful home site. None of the property is in the flood plain.
$16,200,000  •  2,554.13 acres
Large irrigated income-producing crop farm in Murphy, Idaho. The farm consists of 2554.13 deeded acres with 2290.49 acres of cropland that is irrigated under pivots. The property is being sold with priority 1963 and 1964 water rights from the Snake River that when combined can irrigate up to 2,345 acres. Typical crop rotations include sugar beets, onions, potatoes, corn, and alfalfa. The irrigation equipment is included with the sale of the land. The system consists of a combination of Zimmatic pivots, turbine booster pumps, approximately 60,000 feet of buried PVC mainline, and drip tape. The pivots range in age from 2000 to 2014. The property is surrounded by Bureau of Land Management land and has an easement across the BLM lands for accessing the pumping station on the Snake River. The primary pumping station is located on the south bank of the Snake River where there is a 600-foot water lift the pulls water up and over the canyon rim into a canal. Then there is a series of booster pumps that draws the irrigation water out of the canal for the farm's irrigation system. Three-phase power is provided to the primary and secondary pumping stations as well as the pivots that run along Warrick Road.The farm features multiple outbuildings. These include a small set of scales, 100ft x780 ft Barn, a 24ft x 60ft equipment shed, a 24ft x 80ft building for grain storage, a potato cellar, and a few other general-purpose buildings. This expansive farm would also make an ideal dairy farm. Owyhee County considers a dairy to be a facility that is designed to confine or actually does confine as many or more than 700 mature dairy cows, whether milked or dry. Converting the farm to a dairy would consist of applying for a conditional use permit with the Owyhee County Planning & Zoning department. The process would take at minimum 45 - 90 days once the application is submitted. Land Features:2,554.13 Deeded Acres2,290.49 Cropland Acres2,345 Combined Irrigated Acres Allowed Good priority 1963 & 1964 Snake River Water RightsTypical Crop Rotations: Sugar Beets, Potatoes, Corn, and AlfalfaIrrigation Equipment IncludedSurrounded by Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Land100ft x 780ft Barn24ft x 60ft Equipment Shed24ft x 80ft Grain StorageScalesWould make an Ideal Dairy Farm About the Area:This property is situated in Owyhee County which is the second largest county in Idaho. One of the county's major industries is agriculture. Besides its agricultural industry, Owyhee County is a playground for outdoor recreationalists. For those that love to fish, there are several areas to go cast a line. These areas include the nearby Snake River, the Owyhee River, and CJ Strike Reservoir. In addition to fishing, CJ Strike Dam also offers recreational opportunities for boating, camping, swimming, hiking, and more. Visitors can also hike, camp, or ride horses in the Bruneau Dunes State Park. For those that love the thrill of ATVing, Owyhee County has an extensive trail system with hundreds of miles of public trails. It is also home to the Snake River Birds of Prey National Conservation Area.
$1,200,000  •  80 acres
Stover farms is a first-class poultry operation located in Washburn, Missouri. The farm consists of 4 updated and well-maintained chicken houses. Three of those houses are 40x400 and the 4th is 46x520 allowing the overall operation to have a capacity of 104,000 chickens per flock. The farm is currently under contract with George's and produces 6.5 flocks per year. In late 2020 all of the poultry houses were updated and are currently well beyond the needed standards. The farm has 3 water sources. The main well is 1000 foot deep and produces 75gpm. The secondary well is 570 feet and 35gpm, and the farm is also hooked up to rural water. There is also a generator backup power source. The generator is diesel powered and has 104 kilowatts and auto start.On the property you will find 2 operational compost sheds that are well maintained and in great working order. Stover farm has exceptional covered storage with several high-quality buildings. A 60x 60 stacking shed with metal trusses and siding with a lean-to and drive through functionality. The other main barn is 52x80 and is currently used for litter storage and the north portion of the building is being utilized as an active composter. Additionally, across from the residence you will find a 40x50 maintenance shed with a partial concrete floor that is wired for 220. The 80 acres of land consists of mainly open pasture that is gently rolling. The current owners are running 25-30 cow/calf pairs. The cross fences and multiple pastures also allow the production of over 100 round bales (4x5) of high-quality hay per year. There are 2 large ponds that hold water year-round serving as watering sources for livestock. Most of the property is fenced with well-maintained 5 strand barbed wire fence. There is also a permanent working corral and a feed bunk. The main home is located at the entrance of the property. It features 3 bedrooms and 2 full baths. The kitchen has been upgraded with stainless steel appliances and features an eat-in bar and breakfast nook. The open concept living room and dining room allows for uncrowded entertaining. It also boasts a fireplace. The large Master Suite has a large bedroom and bath with a garden tub, shower and double sinks. The 2 additional bedrooms have large walk-in closets and are near the second bathroom.
$225,000  •  102 acres
This offering is a beautiful tract of timber with incredible unobstructed views of rolling hills and pastureland.Over the years, the timber has been managed leaving a wooded area that is not overgrown and easily navigable off and on the trail system. Trees on the property include, Oak, White Oak, Persimmon, along with some Redbud, Dogwood, Walnut and others. The diversity of timber provides a landscape that is especially beautiful in the Spring and Fall.Although most of the property is timber, there are a few open areas that would be perfect for food plots. There is a pond on the property that holds rain runoff. The timber and pond provide great habitat for deer, turkey and small game.Along the property there are several great sights for homes, and electric is running along the east side of the land. This surveyed 102 acres is located in Barry County which also provides fiber optic internet service and building restrictions are few with only a permitted septic required. Access to the property is provided through a private easement. This location is secluded, yet about an hour from Springfield, Branson, Joplin, and Northwest Arkansas. It is located just off Highway 39 between Aurora & Jenkins; the property has great access to maintained roads.If you're looking for a wonderful property to build a home, a hunting tract for deer and turkey, or spend countless hours exploring on ATVs, this great tract is a must see!
$500,000  •  58.39 acres
Over 58 acres of vacant land with development potential on the outskirts of Weiser. The rural acreage offers beautiful views of the surrounding foothills and has a pond in the southwest corner. The topography is level and gently rolling making it ideal for putting in improvements with power available at the property line. The quiet location provides a sense of seclusion but is less than 5 minutes from US Hwy 95, downtown Weiser, Rolling Hills Golf Course, and Weiser High School.About the Area:Downtown Weiser, Idaho is located less than 2 miles from the property. Additional shopping and entertainment opportunities are available in nearby cities. Ontario, Oregon is a 30-minute drive from Weiser and the Boise, Idaho metro area is 90 minutes away. Weiser, Idaho is a quaint rural community that acts as the county seat of Washington County. Awarded the "Safest City in Idaho" Weiser, Idaho is an ideal place to raise your family, start a business, or retire.Weiser is located at the base of the Rocky Mountains very close to the border between Idaho and Oregon. It is here that the Snake and Weiser rivers converge, with the Snake River forming the border between the two states. Its strategic location along on the banks of these beautiful rivers makes Weiser a haven for outdoor enthusiasts. Opportunities exist for camping, boating, hunting, fishing, backpacking, mountain biking, white water rafting, skiing, and a plethora of other outdoor recreation. Besides the rivers, the area is host to many local reservoirs including Manns Creek, Crane Creek, and Paddock Reservoir. All of which are great destinations to visit if you enjoy boating, swimming, fishing or hiking. Many county residents appreciate strolling or biking along the Weiser River Trail, which is an 84 mile long public recreational trail formed along the old Pacific and Idaho Northern railroad grade. This trail follows the Weiser River, provides access to thousands of acres of public lands, and is a great place to spot big game, waterfowl, and other wildlife.Weiser is also known as the "Fiddling Capital of The World" and is home to the National Oldtime Fiddlers Contest and Festival. Other local events residents enjoy include the Annual Crab Feed and Auction, the Holiday Night Light Parade, the Weiser Valley Roundup Rodeo, and the Washington County Fair.
$2,910,000  •  186.15 acres
Rare find! Waterfront farm and hunting paradise at the confluence of the Snake and Owyhee Rivers near Fort Boise WMA. This 186.15-acre property has a 900 sq ft, 2 bedroom, 1 bathroom remodeled farmhouse that would be an ideal full-time residence or would serve as the perfect hunting retreat. Beside the house, there is a large shop with a roll-up door and concrete floors ideal for storing a boat, ATVs, or farm equipment.The 132 acres of cropland is rented to a tenant farmer through December 2022 and historically has been planted in wheat, onions, and corn. The land includes priority 1967, 1966, and 1955 irrigation water rights from the Snake River. The topography of the land is level with the open farm ground in the middle enclosed by wooded groves along the edges. The outdoorsman will appreciate fishing on the banks from either river. The property has over a mile of frontage along the Owyhee River and approximately 3/8 miles of river frontage along the Snake River. The 4 flood ponds are perfect for hunting duck or upland birds and the property is in a major spring geese flyway. In addition to waterfowl hunting, one can enjoy hunting wild turkeys, quail, pheasants, and deer. Two landowner deer tags are available to the landowner each year. Land Features:1955 Priority Water Rights1966 Priority Water Rights1967 Priority Water Rights5 Power Meters (1 Domestic, 4 for Irrigation Pumps)Across the River from Fort Boise WMABorders Oregon Department of Fish & Game LandIrrigated Crop LandOwyhee River Frontage (Over 1 mile)4 Flood PondsShopSnake River Frontage (Approx. 3/8 mile)WetlandsWooded Wildlife/Hunting:Brown TroutDeer (2 Landowner Tags Per Year)DuckGeeseLargemouth BassPheasantsQuailRainbow TroutSmallmouth BassUpland Game BirdsWaterfowlWild TurkeyHome Features:2 Bedrooms1 BathroomDog RunFamily RoomIndividual WellRemodeledSeptic SystemWood StoveAbout the Area:This property lies between the cities of Adrian, Oregon, and Nyssa, Oregon. Adrian, Oregon is less than 5 miles south and Nyssa is approximately 19 miles to the northeast. Nyssa is an agricultural community is located along the Snake River within an hour of the Boise metro area. This quaint town is usually very peaceful but every year its residents get together to celebrate the annual Thunderegg Days and Festival. In the other direction is the state park. Lake Owyhee State Park sits along the shores of the Owyhee Reservoir and is known for its abundant wildlife. Visitors primarily enjoy camping or boating; however, some people are known to explore and hike the surrounding badlands of Oregon. Across the river is the Fort Boise Wildlife Management Area (WMA). The primary purpose of this WMA is to provide protective nesting habitats for waterfowl and upland birds. However, portions of the WMA are open to the public for hunting, fishing, hiking, and bird watching. Nearby at the Lake Owyhee State Park, located approximately 25 miles away, you can enjoy a relaxing day of boating, jet skiing, wildlife viewing, shing, and exploring. Owyhee Reservoir is a 52-mile-long lake within a deep canyon consisting of beautiful volcanic rock formations. Some of this unique desert canyon and unique geology is only visible by boat, making for exciting exploration for boaters. Fishing for largemouth bass, black crappie, and catsh is plentiful. The reservoir is also occasionally stocked with rainbow trout. Wildlife viewers can watch for golden eagles, coyotes, ground squirrels, rabbits, pronghorn antelope, mule deer, wild horses, California bighorn sheep and mountain lions.Major shopping and entertainment are available within 30 minutes at Ontario, Oregon and a major airport is within an hour at Boise, Idaho.
$3,900,000  •  5.8 acres
Luxury custom home with 250 feet of water frontage on a private 40-acre community lake in the gated Moon Beam Subdivision in Eagle, Idaho. Situated on 5.8 sprawling acres is this custom 8,881 square foot home which is characterized by exquisite details throughout, from the grand entry with gold-plated doors to its coffered ceilings and arched doorways.Upon entering the home, you are welcomed into the grand foyer which flows into the stunning great room and focal point of the home which is framed by two intricate spiral staircases. Abundant floor-to-ceiling windows let in natural light while a floor-to-ceiling stone inlaid gas fireplace is seated in the center of the space. The staircases lead to an open walkway and loft area that has gold-plated railings and separates the split upper floor space.The open gourmet kitchen is ideal for the seasoned chef, showcasing custom alder cabinets, granite counters, and professional-grade stainless appliances. A customized breakfast nook with built-in seating and a kitchen island complements the inviting area.The lower-level lavish master suite has direct patio access, a walk-in closet, fireplace, dual vanity sinks, a soaker tub, and a beautiful tile walk-in shower. The home also features an additional 4 bedrooms and 4.5 bathrooms, one of which could be used as a second master suite.Other interior highlights include an entertainment/media room, a custom wet bar with an attached saltwater fish tank, a formal dining room, spacious den, office, and an oversized workout room. The grounds rival those of a resort with a peninsula gazebo overlooking the lake, private dock, fire pit, outdoor bar, hot tub, enclosed sitting area, an ornamental pond, and an artesian pond with a waterfall.Home Features:5 Gas FireplacesAlarm SystemArched DoorwaysCentral Vacuum Plumbing & EquipmentCustom-Built Home with Premium Quality ConstructionBonus RoomCoffered CeilingsDen with Black Walnut Built-InsEntertainment/Media RoomExceptional Views ThroughoutGold-Plated Front Entry DoorsHardwood FloorsLarge Dining RoomIntercom SystemMudroom with Ample StorageRadiant Floor Heating Throughout Lower LevelSurround Sound Throughout3 Mechanical Rooms with Tri-Zoned Heating/CoolingKitchen Features:2 Bosch Dishwashers2 Sinks3 Built-In Ovens6 Burner Viking Gas RangeBreakfast Nook with Built-In SeatingCustom Alder CabinetsHeated Tile FloorsLarge Sub-Zero Side-By-Side Refrigerator & FreezerTile BacksplashMaster Suite Features:Direct Patio AccessDual VanitiesFireplaceGranite CountertopsSoaker TubTray CeilingWalk-In Tile Shower with 3 Shower HeadsExterior Features:+/- 250 Feet of Sandy Beach Front to 40 Acre Stocked Lake5.807 Acres7-Car GarageArtesian Fed Trout Pond with Large WaterfallGarden Plots with Fruit TreesGazebo on Lake PeninsulaHeated Garage FloorsMotor Home BayOrnamental Bass or Koi PondOutdoor Firepit AreaOutdoor Wet-BarPrivate Sitting AreaProfessionally LandscapedSecurity ClosetSecurity GatedSink & Toilet in GarageIf you seek peaceful living without sacrificing convenience and accessibility to the greater Boise area, you'll find it here in the heart of Eagle, Idaho. Historically, the City of Eagle was a rural agricultural town on the outskirts of Boise. However, in the last 20 years Eagle has grown to be an upscale urban city with a thriving cultural scene and business core. Elements of its rural past are still appreciated and celebrated. Downtown Eagle showcases historic buildings like Orville Jacksons General Store, the original Bank of Eagle (now da Vinci's Italian restaurant), and Rembrandt's Coffee House, which was converted from an old church. Eagle's newer developments offer a host of diverse businesses including casual & fine dining establishments, professional office complexes, and health care facilities.
$899,000  •  5.09 acres
Blaine Spring Creek frontage, 5+ acres of elbow room, magnificent views of Madison & Gravelly Mountain Ranges, & access to BLM/FS lands are just a few of the perks of this beautiful 4 bedroom-3.5 bath home. Enjoy the large deck & watch the deer, antelope & occasional moose or bear stroll the creek or relish your time in front of the wood fireplace on a cool evening as you read a book, or go down and enjoy time by the creek. The property is set up for livestock with the large barn, automatic waterers, feed mangers, and pipe corral fencing. Located just 11 miles south of downtown Ennis, you will find yourself minutes from the Madison River via the Varney Bridge access. Miles of roads to explore in your side by side, Axolotl & Haypress Lake fishing, horseback riding....this area has it all. Discerning Buyers take note as one like this is hard to find!
$1,350,000  •  80.54 acres
Off-grid 80.54 acre recreational retreat with 4 log cabins completely surrounded by Salmon-Challis National Forest land. Yellow Jacket Recreational Retreat is located just a few miles from the historic Yellow Jacket mine and the Frank Church Wilderness area. This remote wooded haven highlights a pond, 1928 priority irrigation water rights, and mineral rights. Yellow Jacket Creek runs the full length of the property year-round. The main cabin and honeymoon cabin are located in the northeast portion of the property and over a mile away in the southwest portion of the property are the other two guest cabins near the pond. Therefore, there is plenty of privacy if you wanted to have multiple guests visiting the property at the same time. The land between the cabins would also make a great place to put a private landing strip. There are 2 bridges that cross the creek, a driving bridge that leads to the main cabin and a walking bridge near the guest cabins. The property attracts a variety of wildlife such as deer, elk, moose, bear, and grouse making it a great place to both enjoy nature and hunt. Land Features:1928 Priority Water Rights2 Bridges (1 Driving Bridge & 1 Walking Bridge)Borders National Forest LandMeadowMineral RightsNatural SpringsPondPotential for a Private Landing StripYear-Round CreekWildlifeWoodedMain Cabin:2 Bedroom1 Bathroom1,092 sq ftNew RoofPropane HeatSpring-Fed WaterWood StoveGuest Cabin #1:Studio with 1 BathroomKitchenetteNew CarpetNew LinoleumNew RoofSpring-Fed WaterWood StoveGuest Cabin #2:Studio with 1 BathroomKitchenetteNew CarpetNew LinoleumNew RoofSpring-Fed WaterWood StoveGuest Cabin #3:1 Room with No BathroomNew RoofSpring-Fed WaterOutbuildings:Covered CarportOuthouseAbout the Area:The property is just a few miles from the historic Yellow Jacket mine.. Other outdoor activities at your fingertips include hunting, fishing, swimming, camping, or soaking in the area's natural hot springs.Perhaps one of the greatest points of interest just 10 miles from Yellow Jacket Recreational Retreat is The Frank Church-River of No Return Wilderness Area and Middle Fork Peak. This almost 2.4 million acre protected landmass features some of the most beautiful untouched wilderness in the country including the Middle Fork of the Salmon River and the Bighorn Crags. The Bighorn Crags is a group of granite peaks and alpine lakes that offers a variety of opportunities for those that love mountaineering and rock climbing. The unspoiled wilderness for Frank Church also highlights Ship Island Lake, which many hikers and backpackers like to visit while exploring the backtrails of the Crags Campground trailhead.This private haven lies just 54 miles from the community of Salmon, Idaho. Things to do in the community of Salmon and the surrounding area include enjoying breathtaking landscapes along the Salmon River Scenic Byway, the Sacajawea Historic Byway, or the Lewis & Clark Back Country Byway. Winter activities comprise of skiing, ice fishing, ice skating, alpine skiing, or snowboarding at Lost Trail Powder Mountain. In the summer one can enjoy camping in the area's abundant campgrounds, soaking in natural hot springs, hiking or mountain biking along the many nature trails, river rafting, or fishing along the banks of the Salmon River. The historic town has evolved over the years but still retains its small-town old West charm as witnessed by its downtown art galleries and custom local shops.Salmon has a deep history rooted in the lumber, mining, and ranching industries. Before it became a hub for these trades it was part of the famous Lewis and Clark Expedition. Vacationers can learn more about this epic adventure by visiting the Sacajawea Interpretive, Cultural & Educational Center which is located just 2 miles from downtown. Besides visiting the center, residents and visitors also enjoy local events such as the Lemhi County Fair & Rodeo, the Lemhi County Farmer's Market, or the Annual Outdoor Beef Cook-Off.
$169,000  •  0.28 acres
Are you an outdoor enthusiasts? This home located in one of Beaverhead County's coveted recreational areas on a large corner lot in Lima with some of the best hunting, fishing, hiking and camping all at your fingertips! The home is situated on 0.275 acres with 3BR 1 full bath and open floor plan, vaulted ceilings & loft bedroom. This is the perfect property for a summer fishing cabin, a fall hunting cabin ( as its super easy to winterize) or a family home make it what fits your needs! Lima is a short commute to Idaho Falls or Dillon for more entertainment needs or larger grocery stores. Don't miss the opportunity to own a home in a quite, peaceful rural Montana town with great mountain views!
$750,000  •  55.3 acres
A truly amazing mountain property. This beautiful 2 bedroom 1 bath cabin with a large loft and 55.3 acres sits on the side of Commissary ridge just north of Kemmerer Wyoming. It is a true sportsmans paradise! An amazing getaway year round. The property is bordered on 3 sides by private ground and BLM to the north. There are three springs on the property one of which feeds the cabin with all the potable water you could ever use. One spring feeds a small pond on the property. The cabin is heated by a wood stove. There are solar panels installed for power. During the summer it is the ultimate retreat where you are surrounded by nature and nothing else. It sits well above the main road. As the pictures show this property has wildlife on and all around it. The ultimate recreational property! You can walk out on your front porch or open your door and your hunting. There is no reason why you would have to go anywhere else to hunt or enjoy abundant wildlife. If you choose to then just walk right up the mountain from your front door or only minutes away you can be on the endless roads and trails exploring the southern part of the Wyoming Range. The Wyoming Range has some of the most impressive mountains Wyoming has to offer. Regarded as one of the top Trophy Mule Deer areas in the entire western United States and more impressive is the majority of the area is public lands. 200"+ Mule Deer are not uncommon in this amazing mountain range. Just pick up any Eastmans Outdoor Journal magazine and read about the amazing Trophy quality Big game that inhabit this area. Elk are extremely abundant and trophy bulls inhabit the property and surrounding land as well as the entire mountain range. People come from all over the world to hunt this mountain range. If you are an avid outdoorsman you will be hard pressed to find better property to base out of of. If you love winter activities again this amazing property has it all. The trails and wide open spaces only minutes away are second to none. Call today to book a showing at one of the most amazing recreational places you could ever wish for!!
$950,000  •  4.7 acres
A unbelievable property that has never been on the market. This location was chosen as the perfect homesite by this family because of its amazing location and scenery long before lander was even a spot on the map for everything it is known for today! It's location is as perfect as it gets. Just a few minutes from Sinks Canyon State Park. Sinks Canyon State Park leads directly into the Wind River mountains. Also located at the base of Table mountain along the Popo River. A absolutely beautiful 3 bed 2 bath home located in one of if the most beautiful locations in all of Lander Wyoming. This amazing place is located in Popo Agie Estates subdivision. Popo Agie Estates subdivision is hands down one of the most beautiful and well kept subdivisions in Lander. This beautiful home is located on three lots for a total of 4.7 acres and comes with water rights. You can keep your horses here year round. The Popo Agie River is your southern property line. It does not get any better than this. Just a few minutes out of town and you have everything you would ever want. Deer and other wildlife frequent the property daily. You can walk right out of your back door and fish the Popo Agie river or sit on the back patio and just enjoy nature the way it was suppose to be experienced. The Popo Agie river gently flows through the back yard. The pictures really speak volumes about this amazing place but they do not do it the justice it deserves. You truly need to walk this amazing property to get the real feel of just how amazing it is. Please contact me today to come and visit this property. I have zero doubt you'll love it as much as I do. I look forward to introducing you to your new amazing home and property that everyone will be jealous of!
$3,300,000  •  10.43 acres
Private country estate on 10.43 acres with a custom-built 4,586 sq ft home and pond. Land: The property showcases a large fishing pond and a 40x60ft shop with power. The shop has its own septic system, an office, and 1/2 bathroom with plenty of space to park an RV or equipment. The acreage is set up for horses with its corral, cross fencing, and the 64x72ft barn with tack room and 2 open covered livestock stalls.The home sets back from the road with a private driveway lined with trees and stone fence columns.Home:The custom-built home features 4,586 sq ft of living space with 4 bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms, and a fully finished daylight basement. Its architectural design with its vaulted ceilings, recessed lighting, and high curved archways throughout gives this layout a very open and inviting feel. When you first enter the home there is a grand foyer with vaulted ceilings and a decorative tile floor. From there you can access the kitchen and dining area. The kitchen features tile floors, an island with a breakfast bar, tile kitchen counters, custom cabinetry, a pantry, and an adjoining office nook. On the other side of the foyer, is the great room which has large picture windows displaying the stunning surrounding country landscape.The relaxing master bedroom suite highlights a jetted tub, walk-in shower, dual vanity sink, and walk-in closet. In addition to the master, there are 2 guest bedrooms and 1.5 guest bathrooms on the main level. The daylight basement is the perfect place to host with its spacious recreational room that accesses the covered patio. This level of the home also consists of the utility room, an additional guest bedroom, and a full bathroom. The home's exterior showcases a wrap-around deck overlooking the pond and an attractive stucco finish with stone accents. The yard has been beautifully landscaped with easy-to-maintain foliage and mature shade trees. For parking, there is an attached 4 car garage, however, there is additional parking available in the shop. Land Features:10.43 acres64x72 ft Barn with Tack Room, 2 Open Covered Stalls40x60ft Shop with 16x20 Side Room, Office, 1/2 BathroomCorralFencing (Livestock, Cross Fencing, Steel)Fishing PondGarden AreaIndividual WellIrrigation through Farmers Union Ditch CoPrivate DrivewayRV ParkingSeptic Systems x 2 Qty (1 is for the Shop)Sprinkler System (Full, Pressurized Irrigation)Steel FencingHome Features:3.5 Bathrooms4 Bedrooms4 Car Attached GarageCentral AirCentral Vacuum SystemDaylight BasementForced Air/Gas HeatFurnaces x 2 QtyRecreational RoomStucco & Rock ExteriorTile FloorsVaulted CeilingsWater SoftenerWrap Around DeckKitchen:Breakfast BarBuilt-In Office Custom CabinetsIslandPantryTile CountersMaster Suite:Dual Vanity SinksJetted TubMain LevelTile FloorsWalk-In ClosetWalk-In ShowerVaulted CeilingsAbout the Area:Star, Idaho is a growing community that shines as bright as its name! It is a quaint agricultural town nestled within the Northwest plains of the Treasure Valley that has the Boise River meandering through its southern borders. This suburb of Boise has a population of approximately 8,200 and is characterized by its rich history, farmsteads, and small-town atmosphere. Many of its residents enjoy the stunning views of Shafer Butte, the Owyhee Mountains, and the Boise foothills. Star is an ideal location to reside if you seek affordable living within commuting distance of Boise and Nampa. It is also situated midway between Eagle and Middleton.Locally owned shops, restaurants, and businesses add to Star's small-town charm. Some examples include Sully's Irish Pub, Helina Maries Wine Bar, and the Star Mercantile. Other notable hotspots include Honalee Farm Event Center and the Star Barn both of which are popular wedding and event locations.Star is host to a handful of public parks each offering its citizens a variety of recreational opportunities. Hunter Park, the largest park, is great for those who enjoy sports. It features a sports complex for playing soccer, baseball, and football, as well as a skateboard park. Golf enthusiasts can take advantage of perfecting their swing on the River Birch Golf Course which is open to the public. For those looking for a more relaxing atmosphere, River Park which sits along the Boise River has a beautiful nature trail and walking path to take a stroll on. Pet owners appreciate West Pointe Park which is a dog-friendly 2.4-acre park at Star Road and Floating Feather. Finally, Blake Haven Park is the perfect destination for barbeques and public gatherings with its gazebo, playground equipment, and open play area. Residents of Star enjoy celebrating several annual community events. These include the Star Fall Festival, the Christmas Bazaar, a Mother's Day Car Show, a Sock Hop, and Star's Hometown 4th of July celebration complete with fireworks, a parade, and pie contest.
$595,000  •  2 acres
Exceptional ranch home in the Madison Valley beautifully appointed and maintained. Spectacular,panoramic views of the Madison and Tobacco Root Mountains within walking distance of Ennis Lake.Located in the desirable Troutdale II subdivision with year round access. Wide open floorplan, 1808+/- SF of living space, view windows, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths/Jacuzzi tub, master bedroomprivacy, electric baseboard heat with additional log fireplace and propane gas stove. Two car 590+/- SFheated garage. Quiet, serene location, year-round access. Just minutes to world class trout fishing andboating on the Madison River and Ennis Lake. 20 minute access to public lands for recreation. 45minutes to Bozeman, 10 minutes to Ennis, 30 minutes to Historic Virginia City and one hour toYellowstone. Access skiing in Big Sky, Bridger Bowl in a little over an hour. HOA dues are $100annually per lot, this property has two 1 +/- acre lots. Annual property taxes $1253. All appliancesconvey.
$799,999  •  269 acres
This magnificent 269 acre property has it all! If you like to hunt, hike, or mountain climb this is the place. This property encompasses the historic "Blowout Mountain" or as some call it, "The Sleeping Volcano". The mountain has a huge crater in the center that was allegidly created many years ago by a sink hole. The property currently carries a wildlife tax exemption but could also be used for cattle grazing. There are two cultivated fields on the property that are currently being used for hay production, five stock tanks, native grasses, and an assortment of trees including live oak, mesquite, red bud, wild plum, hackberry, and junipers. The owners spared no detail when designing and building this energy efficient three bedroom, two bath, home. The Decra shingle lifetime roof was installed in 2019, the concrete ICF (insulated concrete form) walls are covered with limestone rock on the exterior and textured sheetrock on the interior. The Rheem Marathon water heater carries a lifetime tank warranty. Most of the interior floors are hardwood with the kitchen countertops being stylestone quartz. Three sides of the home have a wraparound porch, with a carport attached to one end of the home. The average electric bill in 2020 was $139/Month.Water is provided by a rural water service and is enhanced by an 1100 gallon holding tank pressured by a booster pump. Wastewater is maintained through an onsite conventional septic system.Home Interior Video Link:
$22,700,000  •  2,268.75 acres
An offering like this comes around once in a lifetime. The 2,268 acre High Flat Ranch has been in the same family for multiple generations, making it a truly rare opportunity to own it. Enjoy real solitude paired with valuable proximity. Downtown Bozeman is a mere 15 minutes away and Big Sky lies about 40 minutes South. The diversity of High Flat Ranch is seen in its large rock outcroppings framed by tall timber, deep shady wet draws, open fields with rich soil, and high flat ridges jutting out into the Gallatin Valley. Views are unreal with 7 different mountain ranges visible from multiple locations. An abundance of wildlife frequent the High Flat Ranch. Mule Deer, Whitetail Deer, Elk, Coyotes and Upland Birds have all been harvested on this property as well as the adjoining 1,400+ acres of partially landlocked State Land. 3 move in ready homes and all the necessary farm/ranch outbuildings are in place. No conservation easements, no covenants, no zoning, and nothing quite like it.
$1,650,000  •  241 acres
Hidden Valley RanchNestled within a secluded valley bordering Polecat Creek, here is a very private, move-in ready ranch in northwest Wyoming. Built in 2006, this turn-key ranch has 241 +/- acres of which approximately 83 acres are irrigated. With views of the illustrious Polecat Bench, and a verdant crossing for mule deer, white tail, pheasant, turkey, and a variety of upland birds, this region never tires for visual inspiration and the beauty of the natural world. Bordered by BLM and Bureau of Reclamation lands, the location will immerse you into a real Western lifestyle.Improvements:2,800 square foot custom-built 4 bedroom, 2.5 bath ranch style home with open concept living/dining/kitchen area that invites relaxation and rest. Built with high quality materials and exceptional attention to detail, this home is cozy, well-insulated and bright. Beautiful, large stone fireplace centers the living area, with lots of natural light provided through top-end Anderson windows. Custom hand-finished blue pine trim, hickory and tile floors and log accents. Big closets, lots of storage, and large separate pantry. Very good private domestic well with reverse osmosis system. Enjoy the convenience of a fiber optic internet connection for home or work use (a rare luxury in rural areas). Covered porch runs along one entire side adjacent to bedroom and living area, looking out over hayfields. Walk out under the attached covered porch to a fully fenced, state-of-the-art vegetable/flower garden with raised beds and sprinkler system.The grazing/hay land is fenced into separate pastures, with several springs providing year-round stock water. Horse lovers will appreciate the 40 x 65 steel horse barn with tack room, grain room, and four 12 x 12 stalls with attached runs, each with a heated automatic waterers. Two large adjoining corrals, one with shelter, round pen, and 100 x 200 riding arena complete this well thought-out horse facility. Separate livestock working corrals are located nearby. With proper management, this ranch will run about 40-60 cows.A few steps from the house, sits a 40 x 60 steel shop, including two roll up doors and a concrete floor. The shop is fully insulated & heated with wood stove and propane heaters. An excellent year-round storage and work facility.Recreation:Out your backdoor is hunting for mule deer, white-tail, antelope, upland birds, and waterfowl. Several warm springs are located on the property and stay open all winter, providing excellent habitat for many species.Location & Area:This property is located 15 minutes north of Powell, Wyoming, in an area that is sought after for its seclusion. Jump in your vehicle to arrive in Cody, Wyoming within 40 minutes, a cultural hub for the state, rich with seasonal activities and home of the Buffalo Bill Museum. A 1 hour trip takes you to Billings, MT and access to an international airport, and diverse amenities. Yellowstone National Park is a scenic 1 1/2 hour drive from your gate. This property gives privacy and quiet with culture and adventure at your fingertips.Qualified buyers, please contact:Skip Eastman - (307) 272-1580 or Sandy Ballou - (307) 272-0336
$790,000  •  311 acres
Rock River, named for a dry creek bed that runs the length of the property, is 311 surveyed acres near Washburn, Missouri. A beautiful, secluded property with topography of wooded hillsides, live water creek, multiple food plots and dry creek bottom openings.The creek bed holds water after rains but spends most of the year as a river of rock. With nearly a mile of dry creek bed, one can discover incredible rock outcroppings, ride ATV's and explore the property.There is also a small live-water creek on the property. During wet weather seasons there are 2 waterfalls that flow into the stream.The access of the property is second to none. The current owners have invested in making the roads throughout the property wide, open and easily maintained. Miles of these first-class roads and trails make moving equipment and getting around the property uncomplicated.Rock River has nearly 10 acres of dedicated food plots currently established and scattered across the property from creek bottoms to the ridge tops to hidey hole plots in the woods. For the hunting enthusiast, finding an active food plot with a proper wind direction to hunt will never be a problem. Growing tonnage producing food plots is made possible by the incredibly fertile soil and nearly perfect ph levels found on the property. The property has been managed very well over the past several years to substation a large heathy deer herd roaming the hills and hollers of the property and hearing an eastern Wild Turkey gobble is not an uncommon sound.The Rock River entrance is a gate at the end of a county-maintained road making this acreage very secluded.Currently on the property is a 40x60 shop with a lean-to on one side and a large overhead door. There are also 2 Derksen buildings creating a comfortable off-the-grid cabin getaway. The larger one serves as the main living area with a kitchenette, sitting area, sleeping area and a wood stove. Attached by a large deck, the second building, boast a large bathroom and a storage room. Currently, the entire property power is provided by solar panels. The water well on the property is over 800 feet deep and produces several gallons per minute of amazing Ozark mountain water.If you are looking for a secluded property for weekend getaways or a hunting retreat this could be the property you have been looking for.Call today to schedule your own personal tour.
$119,500  •  20 acres
Sportsman's Paradise is in the heart of recreation country with lots of elbow room! This 20+-/ acre parcel is located close to Sheep & Mile Creek Trailheads. Close to lakes, the Madison River & Yellowstone National Park. Enjoy hunting, camping, horse back riding, boating, hiking, fishing, snowmobiling, etc. Easy drive to Ennis, Big Sky, Island Park or West Yellowstone. Build you Montana home or cabin in this beautiful area! Potential for year round access with snow equipment.
Hayden Outdoors

Hayden Outdoors
501 Main St. #A
Windsor, CO 80550

Office: 970-674-1990
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