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.
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
501 Main St. #A, Windsor, Colorado 80550
1401 Main Street, Goodland, Kansas 67735
581 E. 3rd St., Imperial, NE 69033
1424 O St. Ord, NE 68862
San Angelo, Texas:
3103 Southwest Blvd., San Angelo, Texas 76904
214 Main St, Westcliffe, CO 81252
206 Main St., Lander WY
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, RRE-BRO-LIC-11555, 127 Mcleod, PO Box 1025, Big Timber, MT 59011
$46,500 • 1.43 acres
Affordable 1.43+/- acre lot in Hollowtop Vista Subdivision with outstanding mountain views on a quiet cul-de-sac. Approximately 25 miles to Ennis, 21 to Three Forks & 46 to Bozeman. Well maintained roads, underground power & only $200 annual HOA dues. Wells in the subdivision average 235 feet & 50 gpm. Harrison Lake & the historic town of Pony only a short drive away. Lot's of recreational opportunities nearby. Don't miss this one!
$1,890,000 • 1,546 acres
This property offers a unique opportunity to acquire a large tract of land adjoining Enders Reservoir State Recreation Area and State Wildlife Management Area. The north side of the property has great views of the lake and currently has 8 goose pits on the hills above the lake, more on that below.The grass is crossfenced into 6 pastures with adequate water in each one. Perimeter fences are 3 and 4 strandbarbed wire and are in good repair. Crossfences consists of 4 strand barbed wire and 3 strand high tensile electric. The grass is mostly warm season buffalo and grama grasses, well sodded and has been well managed through rotational grazing.The dryland lays on the South of the ranch and is highly productive flat level farmground.The headquarters are located about 1/4 mile off the county road and features a 1632 sq. ft house, two machinery sheds, and several smaller buildings all very well maintained. There are also 9 grain bins on the property.Because of the diverse terrain and deep canyons, the hunting in this area is outstanding featuring world class mule deer and white-tailed deer. Both Merriams and Rio Grande turkey also frequent the area giving the sportsman plenty of critters to chase. The ranch has 8 underground goose pits. Multiple flights of geese pass over the property and it is not unusual to have a great goose hunt in the morning and get after a limit of pheasants in the afternoon. Bordering Enders Lake State Wildlife Area boasting 5700 public acres for a multitude of recreation opportunities, whether its hunting, fishing, or watersports. The State of Nebraska is doing a great job of providing good access to quality hunting and fishing.Enders Reservoir is a good walleye, crappie, white bass, tiger muskie fishing lake. The lake offers excellent sandy beaches and exceptionally clean, clear water for enjoyment. There are large bluffs on the south side of the reservoir that all but block the predominant south winds in the summer. So, the lake stays calm compared to similar reservoirs in the area. Chase County also boasts well over 65,000 acres of public walk in access hunting. Additionally, the area is home to an abundance of small game such as sharp-tail grouse, prairie chicken, bobcat and coyote. Enders Lake Golf Club is right across the highway from the campgrounds at the Lake. it has a 9 hole course and dining.Imperial Nebraska is 13 miles from the ranch. Imperial is a progressive town of about 2100, it is the County Seat of Chase County. It offers a full array of services. Imperial Municipal Airport has a 5022 ft concrete runway.
$1,140,000 • 7.5 acres
NO HOA, NO METRO-TAX DISTRICT! This beautiful property has a nice ranch style home that is located in the WINDSOR/SEVERANCE area. This potential horese property has plenty of space with 5 beds, 4 baths and 5200 finished sq ft with a walkout basement. This home has a 2 car attached garage and a 6 car garage/shop that is 40x60 it's heated and has 220V. There is an additional 30x50 outbuilding with a 14 ft door to store your RV or toys. All of this and it is nicely appointed on approximately 7.5 acres! The town of Windsor was founded in the late 1800's and was known for its wheat and sugar beet farming. The town is served by three school districts, Windsor-Severance School District, Thompson Valley School District, and Poudre School District. Thompson Valley and Poudre serve students in the Larimer County portions of the town. This little quaint town has 25 parks and a beautiful park that is located right across from Windsor Lake. There is a playground, picnic shelter, swim beach, boating, fishing and lake trail. Chimney Park, which features athletic fields, baseball diamonds and an outdoor swimming pool, sits on the eastern edge of town and includes property that was part of the Great Western Sugar factory. The Windsor/Severance area is centrally located in the heart of Northern Colorado and is approximately 45 minutes to Denver International Airport and 15 minutes to Fort Collins or Loveland. The historic downtown area has local shopping and some fine dining along with a couple of breweries. Call Jena Martindale at 970-691-0752 to schedule your private showing.
$450,000 • 12.59 acres
This stone home on 12 acres was built in 1884 and given new life in 2014 when it was renovated. It is accessible by paved roads just North of Randolph, KS. It has a total of 3 bedrooms and 2 full baths. The original stone walls and hardwood floors give it everlasting charm and compliments the high end modern updates. From its quartz kitchen countertops to its ceramic tiled bathrooms no detail has been overlooked. Other amenities such as impact resistant shingles and a reverse osmosis water system prove no shortcuts were taken in the rehab of this home. The finished attic adds an additional seating and crafting area that is perfect for hosting gatherings. The new barn is ready for livestock and is perfect for storing implements or recreational vehicles. There is also a chicken coop ready for a brood. A small creek winds down the Western boundary of the property bringing plenty of wildlife to the property. Deer, turkey, and quail occupy the land along with a wide variety of birds. The acreage has pristine fencing and is ready for horses or livestock from day one. This is a perfect opportunity to find that beautiful home on acreage with privacy.
$2,750,000 • 1,028.7 acres
The well kept secret of the Paradise Valley in Western Montana is rapidly getting out to the public. Hunting and sporting opportunities on the Clark Fork River and the Lolo and Cabinet Mountains are limitless. The property values are tremendous in this area and it's one of the last best places to own land in Montana. Such is the case with the Clark Fork Legacy Ranch. A Little over 1,000 acres of versatile mountain country with no covenants. Spring feed creeks that run all year are as pristine as the wilddlife that they attract. Quality elk, turkey, deer, bear all enjoy this property. It is a year around property that can be enjoyed without interruption. No conservation easement exsists on the property. The Clark Fork Legacy Ranch has been in the family over a hundred years and is ready for you to come and enjoy for many more. The ranch is a clean slate for you to establish your own footprint in Montana. Endless opportunities as vast as your imagination exist and this ranch is priced competively in the market with water rights. Vast views of the valley or the tucked in the trees give you a tremendous sense of privacy. Don't miss an opportunity to own 1,028 acres in one of Montana's best kept secrets!
$595,000 • 7 acres
Sit on the covered front porch enjoying coffee early in the morning as you watch the sun rise or marvel at the alpine glow on the Madison Mountains as the sun sets. This 3 bed-2 bath cabin has vaulted ceilings, propane fireplace, open floor plan, cozy kitchen w/ eating bar for guests to watch while you cook, & much more. Ownership in Shining Mountains (must be a member in good standing - $100/yr HOA Dues) gives you access to BLM/Forest Service/State ground for hunting, hiking, horseback riding or 4 wheel exploring. Haypress Lakes (access by SM owners only) are stocked for fishing. Axolotl Lakes (a chain of lakes) are just a short jaunt to the west or hit the Madison River at the Varney Bridge put in. This cabin is located in the heart of a massive recreational area. Enjoy wildlife watching, peace & tranquility that elbow room brings. Scoot to Ennis (12 miles North) or Yellowstone Park (about an hour South). 50 AMP & septic for RVs. Perimeter fenced for horses! NEW LIFESTYLE!!
$795,000 • 64.61 acres
Opportunity knocks! 64.61 Acres in 2 parcels just east of Park City, MT. Adorable 1 bedroom cabin with LOTS of room to grow. This property offers endless recreational opportunity; Stocked bass pond, set up for horses, and irrigated and productive cropland (currently in hay). This property can be continued as the gentleman's farm, or build your dream home in one of many awesome homesites on the property. So many options here... hobby farm, home business, vacation or bird hunting retreat. Minutes to I-90, minutes to the Yellowstone River, and easy commute to Billings, MT. Call today to view this unique property!
$295,000 • 40 acres
Located 2 miles north of the intersection of Rist Canyon Road and Stove Prairie Road, this 40 +/- Acres offers many opportunities. There is a 400 +/- SF ready to move in cabin that has electricity directly to it from the road. Equipped with all the appliances one may need. The southernmost end of the property is connected to 240 +/- acres of immediate access to Roosevelt National Forest with thousands of acres of National Forest beyond that. Located just 35 minutes from Fort Collins, all services remain close by. Approximately 200 yards from the current cabin lies a perfect location for someone to build a new cabin with incredible views of the mountains. Wildlife is regularly seen on the property, with a high population of Turkeys during hunting season. A portion of the property was in the 2012 fire but has since begun to recover with the healthy regeneration of ground cover and growing pines. Whether you are looking for a weekend getaway or a property to build on, this 40 +/- acres is a great choice! Call today for a private showing!
$250,000 • 5.5 acres
This 5.5 Acres +/- potential horse property or hobby farm is located in Platteville, Colorado. The town is situated along the east bank of the South Platte River at the intersection of U.S. Highway 85 and State Highway 66. This particular parcel is surrounded by farmland that offers beautiful unobstructed mountain views. Platteville Acres includes a domestic well (in house use only) and electricity that is located at the property line. This 5.5 acres is conviently located just minutes from HWY 85 and is 28 minutes from Windsor and 45 minutes to DIA. This is your opportunity to come own a few acres of your own and build your dream home, plenty of room for outbuilding and no restrictions from an HOA. You have enough room for some animals. Little bit of elbow room and not right on top of your neighbor. This property could possibly be rezoned per county approval. There is NO HOA or Metro Tax District. Agent is related to Seller.
$998,320 • 918 acres
Bar H Ranch offers a chance for a buyer to purchase a very nice cropland-pasture combination.Section 9 features 177.70 acres of level, highly productive farmground. 24.16 acres of CRP that expires this Sept and is ready to be put back into production, or incorporated into the pasture. The remaining 406 acres is heavily sodded native grass pasutre. It is watered by and electric well. Inspected the last week of August. Well depth 172 ft and the static water level in at 159 ft 3 inches. The perimeter fences consists of 3 and 4 wire fences. The 4 wire fence is in excellant shape the remaining 3 wire is fair. Section 10 has 205.33 acres of good flat cropland with 105 acres of pasture. The pasture is watered by a windmill and has a tank + an overflow pond. It too was inspected in late August, with some pipe and sucker rod joints replaced as well as new leathers intalled. The well depth is 137.5 ft. and the water level is at 119 ft. 3 inches.
$3,825,000 • 450 acres
This 450 +/- acre ranch lies North of the city of Cuero, outside of the city limits. It offers ranching, recreational and commercial uses. Mostly native grasses with some improved and mesquite trees. The ranch will comfortably run 80 cow units. It is cross-fenced with plenty of water available. It has city water and six water wells, a set of working pens, several storage sheds and a hay barn. An irrigation well is also located on the property but hasn't been used in years. For recreation the ranch offers some great hunting, mostly deer and dove.Commercially, because the land is mainly flat it has a huge potential of being a development tract because of it's location geographically, existing gas pipeline, three phase electrical, city water and city sewer. The East side of the ranch has 2,500 feet of railroad frontage and a paved road. The West side has FM 966 road frontage with easy accessibility to US 183 Highway. Property is also located in an Opportunity zone for the State of Texas. If you are interested in a tract of land as an investment, ranching, recreation or development this ranch is a must see!
$485,000 • 0.15 acres
This beautiful two-story home is situated on a nice lot with a large deck that allows you to look at your nice surroundings. The yard is fully fenced and landscaped along with fruit trees and raised garden beds. The concrete curbing adds a nice touch to the yard and the yard is in a drip and sprinkler system. This three-bedroom, three bathrooms, oversized three car garage has vaulted ceilings with an open floorplan. There are Graber blinds throughout, beautiful wood floors, granite countertops, gas oven, stainless steel appliances, a gas fireplace in the great room and so much more! The master bedroom is located on the main floor and is large with vaulted ceilings and a 5-piece master bath that includes a walk-in closet. The dining room is conveniently located off the kitchen and there is a nice pantry and extra seating at the kitchen bar. The upstairs consists of two bedrooms and a nice skywalk/loft that is open to the downstairs great room. This is a must see! The Town of Johnstown began with the vision of Harvey J. Parish back in 1902. The town was named for Parish's son. The town was incorporated in 1907. Johnstown is located just west of the Big Thompson River and the Little Thompson River. Greeley is about ten miles to the east-northeast and Loveland is approximately nine miles to the northwest. It is conveniently located in the center of Northern Colorado and only a few minutes from I-25.
$37,500 • 40 acres
Seclusion, quiet, privacy, year-round access and mountain views! Parcel 49 is accessed via Horse Creek Road and is situated less than 10-minutes from the East Hatchet Ranch entrance and Interstate 25. The parcel is bisected by a creek bed, which extends through in an east/west bound direction. The creek bed provides varying depths and topography. The larger tract contains a good mixture of treed building sites and open meadows with a portion of a flat top mesa bounding the site at the northeast corner. Views are afforded of the Wet Mountain Range to the southwest. Mule Deer, Elk and Antelope are common big game inhabitants of the larger ranch and hunting is permitted by permission of the individual landowners in East Hatchet Ranch. The larger ranch features maintained roads and nominal H.O.A. dues of $408.00 per year.Hatchet Ranch is one of the undiscovered secrets of southern Colorado given the mild climate and year-round access. The larger ranch is easily accessible via Interstate 25 about 20-minutes south of Pueblo and approximately one and two-hours south of Colorado Springs and Denver, respectively. The City of Pueblo to the north provides all major employment, retail and modern healthcare services.
$2,600,000 • 1,384.06 acres
The Ayers-Hobson Farms offers a unique chance to purchase highly productive farmground in Wichita County. It consists of 1113 acres of cropland,82 acres of CRP, 175 acres of grass. 2 houses, grain storage facility, shop and other outbuidings occupy the balance.One house was built in 1983. It features 2044 square ft of living space on the main floor and 1288 sq. ft of finished basement. 4 bedrooms, 2 1/2 baths, a enclosed breezeway and a beautiful sunroom added in 2012 are some of the highlights of this well appointed, well maintained home.The farm has a second home is an older, well built home. 1360 sq. ft on main with a finished partial basement. A 12x17 mudroom connects the house to a 24x28 sq. ft garage. The house has 3 bedrooms and 2 baths. The farm also has 70x42 Morton building built in 2008, with large concrete aprons on south and west side of the shop. Numerous tools sheds and storage sheds are on the property. The grain storage facility consists of 1 35000 bu. bin, 3 20000 bu. bin and 1 9000 bu. bin all incorporated into a single leg. 2 dump pits and 50ft. scale complete a well maintained facility.A grass runway and small hangar is also available for anyone with a passion for flying.
$1,500,000 • 52.49 acres
This impressive Mexican Hacienda is located on 52.497 acres of natural foliage of native mesquite, sage and oak trees and sits atop a hill overlooking the beautiful South Central Texas landscape.Built in 2009, the design inspiration for "La Finca," Spanish for Estate, was the traditional Mexican Hacienda, complete with protected interior courtyard, barrel roof tiles, thick stucco walls and authentic Mexican tile throughout. This 4 bedroom, 3.5 bath and three half bath home is approximately 4800 SF and built to encompass international architecture elements collected personally by the owners. As you enter the property, the first of seven intricately carved 200+ year old doors welcomes you into the lush interior courtyard with large verandas and a soothing Mexican fountain.The second set of antique doors welcomes the way to the primary living area. High beams and an oversized fireplace create a welcoming feel to all who enter. His and Hers bathrooms are nestled behind two beautifully carved doors. Entertaining in this home is free flowing, warm and inviting.The bar/game room entrance is highlighted by magnificently hand sculpted columns and corbels and has a convenient corner kitchenette.The grand dining room has two substantial, built-in buffets and picture windows that take advantage of veranda and courtyard views.The kitchen accommodates two seating areas and its own chiminea fireplace. The picture window is perfect for enjoying country vistas in a retreat-like setting. There is a pond behind the home to provide water to and attract a wide variety of wildlife including migratory birds and deer. The private master suite is self-contained. Enjoy watching TV while cozying up to the fireplace and gazing out into the interior courtyard. The master bedroom was designed around an etched triple-arch window that looks out on to a separate private patio. Master bathroom has double sinks, a walk-in shower and spa tub that are encased in handmade Mexican tile reminiscent of Old Mexico. The master closet is security coded and doubles as a safe room. Casita 1, 2 and 3 are guest rooms which are accessed from the interior garden and back veranda. Casita 1 and 2 each have their own private toilet and vanity area and share a shower. Casita 3 is a large area of living space and private bath. This private area is accessed from the back veranda and could be used as a Mother-in-law suite. With timeless world treasures etched into the architecture of the home, this property is a must see. The essence of this Texas home embraces its visitors and gives the feeling of having experienced the world! This is a rare opportunity to own a cultural icon.
$1,390,000 • 2 acres
Located on 2 acres in the beautiful Montana countryside, this home offers unique design amenities like a 75' long Archery Range, Coffee Bar, Breakfast Nook and Exercise Room. Dueling garages provide access into two distinct wings of the house. The double car garage is traditionally designed with Mudroom, Pantry and Kitchen access. The single car garage attaches to the Master Wing and provides private access into a private Mudroom, His/Her Closet, Bathroom and Master Suite. The walkout basement offers many options to expand and grow, with it's flex spaces, bonus rooms, living spaces, and ample storage. Many big game species frequent the property and those surrounding it. The favorite has been watching the elk rut in the fall through the big picture windows. Take a short 5 minute drive where you'll enter into the vast Gallatin National Forest, offering many opportunities to recreate right out your back door. Bozeman is 20 minutes away with its amenities, fine dining, and rich nightlife.
$699,000 • 4.67 acres
Commercial acreage along the Snake River in Ontario, Oregon. This property is in the perfect location to have your business headquarters. It is situated between the Malheur and Snake Rivers with easy access from Interstate 84. It has highway frontage along Highway 201, giving it great visibility and high traffic exposure. Zoning allows for professional offices, retail stores, machinery service or repair, and other business opportunities with conditional use permits. There are several outbuildings already on the property including two residential homes and two shops with power. One home is 2,397 sq ft and the other home is 1,066 sq ft. The property is just on the outskirts of Ontario, Oregon. Ontario is an agricultural community that lies along the Oregon-Idaho border overlooking the Snake River. The area is known for its prime agricultural growing land which commonly produces crops such as russet potatoes, sugar beets, and onions. Its location is unique in that it is near the point where four major rivers converge. These rivers are the Snake, the Malheur, the Owyhee, and the Payette rivers. Besides the robust agricultural economy, Ontario offers its residents several local events and cultural opportunities. Local attractions include The Four Rivers Cultural Center, the Annual Great Owyhee Ride, and Malheur County Fair. Ontario is also close to some beautiful natural attractions such as Malheur Butte, the Owyhee Reservoir, and Leslie Gulch. Ontario is also on the eastern edge of the Treasure Valley, which encompasses the Boise metro area and is a mere one-hour drive from Boise, Idaho.
$1,250,000 • 1.8 acres
Luxury craftsman style custom built home on 1.8 acres located in Tahoe Ridge on the outskirts of Eagle, Idaho. The open inviting interior has over 6,100 sq ft of living space with 5 bedrooms and 5 bathrooms. Its classic elegant design showcases characteristics such as mahogany hardwood, tile floors, beautiful wood trim throughout, custom built-in shelving, and an intricate wood banister.The main level highlights a stunning kitchen with granite counters, a breakfast bar, custom cabinets, two built-in ovens, and a decorative tile backsplash. It connects to the great room which has patio access and a vaulted ceiling accented with wood beams. The focal point of the great room is a gas fireplace that has an oversized mantle and a surround made of handmade tiles. Also on the main level is a lavish master bedroom suite with a sitting window, dual-sided fireplace, a walk-in closet, 2 vanity sinks, a walk-in shower and soaker tub.The floor plan encompasses areas for almost any activity including a formal sitting room, an office, a formal dining room, a bonus room, a workout room, and two laundry rooms. The upper level has a loft, two guest bedrooms, and large bathroom with dual vanities. The remaining 2 guest bedrooms and 2 bathrooms are on the basement level.The outdoor living space showcases an open patio with a hot tub and a lighted pergola. The massive yard has beautiful mature landscaping including a tranquil water feature and fruit trees. For those that love to grow vegetables or berries, there is dedicated garden area with a garden shed perfect for storing your tools. The acreage also provides a paved driveway, a basketball hoop, and an in-ground trampoline.Kitchen Features: Breakfast BarGranite Counters2 Built-In OvensStainless Steel DishwasherStainless Steel RefrigeratorTile Backsplash Master Bedroom Suite: Dual-Sided FireplaceMain LevelPrivate Patio AccessTray CeilingSitting WindowSoaker Tub2 Vanity SinksWalk-In ClosetWalk-In Shower Other Interior Features: CellarCentral Vacuum SystemCustom Wood BannisterGuest Bath with Dual VanitiesFireplace with Handmade Tile SurroundFormal Sitting RoomFormal Dining Room2 Laundry Rooms with SinksLoftMahogany Hardwood FloorsOfficeRecreational Bonus RoomTile FloorsVaulted CeilingsWorkout Room Exterior Features: 1.80 AcresAutomatic SprinklersBasketball HoopCovered Front PorchFinished DrivewayFruit TreesGarden SpaceGarden Shed3 Car Garage - AttachedHot TubIn-Ground TrampolineIrrigation AvailableMature LandscapingOpen PatioWater FeatureAbout 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 Eagle community is the Chateau des Fleurs which is a fine dining and luxury event center which features European inspired architecture. The Chateau des Fleurs hosts community events, weddings, and afternoon tea socials.
$410,000 • 16 acres
Introduction: The Grand River Point Ranch is a 16 acre, two story antabellum reminicent of days gone by. This southern charmer runs along the shores of the Neosho/Grand River. The beauty of nature such as water front shore lines, trees, and green pastures, compliment the carefully maintained 19th century plantation style property. You feel as though you have stepped back in time and live in a completely different world. Yet you are so close to all of the wonderful ammenities that Grand Lake has to offer such as resaurants, bars, marinas, shops, and more. It is less than 10 minutes to Langley and Disney, 20 minutes to Pryor, and less than an hour to Tulsa. Located in the highly sought after school distric of Adair. Let's find out more.The Home: This 1664 sq ft home has a living room, eat in kitchen, 3 bedrooms, bathroom, laundry/mud room, upper balcony and front porch. Much care has gone into preserving the authenticity of it's origonal style. Most of the woodwork and crown molding are from it's beautiful beginings. All hardwood floors throughout. The lower 3rd bedroom is currently being used as an office and could continue to be used as that or turned into a formal dining for you and your guests. The 2 upper bedrooms each have their own closet and views of the pastures. The bathroom also has it's own closet, tiled floors, sperate shower, and views of the river. Soak in the clawfoot tub and enjoy the peace and quiet that surrounds you. The Property: Located on this 16 acre plantation is a turn of the century barn, cattle/livestock barn with an all new pipe working faility, and a shop/garage. Near the house, within it's white picket fence lined yard, is a moss covered gazeebo and patio with a fire pit. Perfect for your outdoor entertaining. All that is needed are your own personal touches such as flowers and shrubs to make this your perfect oasis, free from the stresses of life. There is easy access to the water on either side of the point and off your shore line. Enjoy fishing, swimming, boating, and hunting right from your own backyard. Game such as duck, geese, and white tail deer are right there at your finger tips. There is easy access to lake Hudson from your boat, paddleboard, canoe, or kayak. Or boat upriver to the Pennsicola damn and enjoy world class fishing.Potential: This property is the perfect home for your family to live in year round or as a quiet little weekend retreat from the city. If you are looking for an investment property then this has it all. Turn this southern belle into an enchanting wedding venue. Brides from all over are constantly seeking a venue that offers something out of the ordinary. This will turn any bride into the Scarlett O'Hara she always dreamed she would be. If fishing and hunting is more your speed then it could be offered as a retreat for that. Two seperate docks and a boat ramp are all that is needed to reel in the guests for this type of retreat. People from the city need a lake house to get away to as well. This would provide them the peace and quiet they seek. Or are you looking to grow organic produce/products? This has the 16 acres to grow all you need. The possibilities are endless. All you need are your dreams and this property will turn them into a reality. Don't wait to step back in time. Call now to set up a tour through the beautiful past and into your exciting future.
$34,900 • 2.5 acres
2.5-acre rural building lot in the Rustic Ranch at Swan Valley subdivision which is nestled in the valley between the Snake River and Baldy Mountain. The level lot is the perfect location to build your dream home. Enjoy the incredible views and the convenience of being within 10 minutes of national forest land, the river, and year-round recreational activities. Subdivision lies just over 55 miles from Jackson Hole, WY and 43 miles from Idaho Falls, ID where major shopping and entertainment is available.
$535,000 • 1.68 acres
Charming farm-style country home with a shop on 1.68 acres in South Nampa. The homes interior highlights a recently remodeled kitchen with custom cherrywood soft-close cabinets, granite countertops, an island, and a decorative tile backsplash. The master suite features a recently remodeled master bath with dual vanity and a jetted tub. Enjoy the country views from the large yard which has mature landscaping, fruit trees, underground dog fencing, and garden space. The detached 24x30 workshop with power and attic storage is the perfect place to store tools, equipment, or work on projects.Kitchen Features:Cherrywood Custom Soft Close CabinetsDishwasherDisposalGranite CountersIslandMicrowavePatio AccessRemodeledTile BacksplashMaster Bedroom Suite:Dual VanityJetted TubRemodeled Master BathroomTile FloorsWalk-In ClosetOther Interior Features: Bonus RoomCentral AirCentral Vacuum PlumbedFormal Dining RoomGas FireplaceHardwoodOffice3 Separate ThermostatsExterior Features:1.68 AcresAttached 3 Car GarageBasketball HoopCovered Front PorchCovered PatioFruit TreesGarden AreaIndividual WellMature LandscapingNo Back NeighborsPlayset & Swing SetPressurized IrrigationSeptic SystemUnderground Dog FencingViewsVinyl FencingWorkshop with Attic Storage & ElectricityAbout the Area:Shopping, hospital facilities, and entertainment are just a mere 15 minutes away in either Nampa, Idaho, or Kuna, Idaho. The property is nestled between the beautiful shores of Lake Lowell and the agricultural country of south Canyon County. Lake Lowell Reservoir is just 7.5 miles away and is a popular venue for enjoying swimming, boating, fishing, and hiking. There are also two public parks along the lake where residents can gather for barbecues or picnics. Lake Lowell Park is located on the upper dam and includes a disc golf course. The park on the lower dam is part of the Deer Flat National Wildlife Refuge, so it is a great site for bird watching. East of Lake Lowell is Idaho's wine and orchard country. Some of Idaho's finest wines are produced in the lush vineyards of Canyon County at wineries such as Ste. Chapelle Winery, Bitner Vineyards, and Hells Canyon Winery. If you like to relax by fishing, there are opportunities to cast your fishing pole in the Snake River at Marsing Pond or at the nearby Wilson Springs Ponds. Both ponds are known for producing rainbow trout or largemouth bass. Additional fishing and recreational opportunities are available at Celebration Park and Swan Falls Dam which is south of the property.
$495,000 • 117.39 acres
Located 1 mile east of Washburn, Missouri this diverse property of open pasture and timber spans 117.39 surveyed acres. This turn-key farm includes a home, barns, outbuildings, corals and fences that make this a great opportunity to start a farm or add to a current operation. PASTURE:With nearly 50 acres of wide open pasture ground, the property is amazingly suited for cattle, horses or hay. The open pasture has a well-kept barbed wire fence, with well hung, heavy duty gates giving easy access to the pastures. There are multiple deep ponds on the property providing sustainable water. The open pasture consists of mainly fescue and clover grasses providing excellent grazing for livestock and making great quality hay.ROLLING HILLS & TIMBER:The south part of the property consists mostly of rolling timber ground. With plenty of beautiful mature timber encompassing more than 70 acres, there is possible income potential in select logging. The wooded area is home to a large number of whitetail deer, so if hunting is your passion, this property would make great hunting grounds.TURN-KEY FARM:The farm is a turn-key cattle operation, boasting 2 working barns with several stalls and gates, a metal pipe coral and loading shoot for working cattle. Nearby the corals is a currently unused milk barn with concrete floors that would make great workshop or storage area. Located behind the house, is a post-frame, metal shop with multiple overhead garage doors and concrete floors.Additionally, there is a small silo for grain storage.FARMHOUSE:Off the main road is a classic country farmhouse originally built in 1924 and remodeled in 1995. The master suite is located at one end of the house with large floor-to-ceiling windows and walkout access to one of the deck areas. This home features a beautiful sunroom and large windows throughout the home to bring in light and give beautiful views of the pastures and rolling hills. The kitchen has classic country farmhouse white cabinets with a small bar counter opening to a breakfast nook. A dining room with a large bay window opens to the living room through large cased opening. The living area's focal point is a large brick gas fireplace that was originally woodburning and could easily be converted back. A large laundry room with sink and access to outside would double as a spacious mud room. There are 2 additional bedrooms and another bathroom. The charming details of this farmhouse are classic and timeless.LOCATION AREA:Washburn, Missouri is located in Southwest Missouri only 40 minutes from Northwest Arkansas (Bentonville & Rogers). Although not currently being utilized, this house is located in the GoBec fiber high speed internet service area.For additional questions or your personal tour of this property contact Allen Treadwell at 479-903-4109.
$425,000 • 0.45 acres
Location, Location, Location!Check-out this premium commercial corner lot property located at the intersection of 3rd & Leavenworth near the Manhattan Marketplace shopping district.This corner lot boasts optimum visibility and premier location. The Kansas Department of Transportation December 2016 traffic count data shows roughly 10,000 cars/day. Numbers to date are generally even greater. The surrounding area includes small and big-box companies alike with stores like Best Buy, Dick's Sporting Goods, Hyvee Market and Fuel Center, Bed Bath, & Beyond, the Manhattan Town Center Mall, etc. Many other small businesses, local farmers market, and restaurants encompass this area as well making this a great fit for a number of different establishments from branch banks, to restaurants, to local businesses.Half the parking lot has already been laid helping create additional value to the lot. Contact Seth Stone at 785-341-1630 to inquire about this opportunity.
$35,900 • 2.5 acres
2.5-acre rural building lot in the Rustic Ranch at Swan Valley subdivision which is nestled in the valley between the Snake River and Baldy Mountain. The level lot is the perfect location to build your dream home. Enjoy the incredible views and the convenience of being within 10 minutes of national forest land, the river, and year-round recreational activities. Located just over 55 miles from Jackson Hole, Wyoming and 43 miles from Idaho Falls, Idaho, Swan Valley is a scenic community nestled along the banks of the south fork of the Snake River. An up and coming recreational destination, the South Fork of the Snake River is known for being one of the best dry-fly fisheries in North America. Popular for high-end outfitters, fishing guides, and world-class anglers, this has quickly become one of the most treasured and sought-after world-class fishing destinations. The valley is part of the Yellowstone Ecosystem, which includes all of Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks. Consisting of 20 million acres, this ecosystem includes the 2.2 million-acre Yellowstone National Park and the awe-inspiring Grand Teton National Park.
$35,900 • 2.5 acres
2.5-acre rural building lot in the Rustic Ranch at Swan Valley subdivision which is nestled in the valley between the Snake River and Baldy Mountain. The level lot is the perfect location to build your dream home. Enjoy the incredible views and the convenience of being within 10 minutes of national forest land, the river, and year-round recreational activities.Located just over 55 miles from Jackson Hole, Wyoming and 43 miles from Idaho Falls, Idaho, Swan Valley is a scenic community nestled along the banks of the south fork of the Snake River. An up and coming recreational destination, the South Fork of the Snake River is known for being one of the best dry-fly fisheries in North America. Popular for high-end outfitters, fishing guides, and world-class anglers, this has quickly become one of the most treasured and sought-after world-class fishing destinations. The valley is part of the Yellowstone Ecosystem, which includes all of Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks. Consisting of 20 million acres, this ecosystem includes the 2.2 million-acre Yellowstone National Park and the awe-inspiring Grand Teton National Park.