I have been in the real estate business for 39 years. I am a state certified appraiser and a licensed broker in the State of UT. I grew up on a cattle ranch in Summit County and have been involved in agriculture for most of my life.
$1,765,000 • 185.58 acres 185 acre hay farm in a excellent set of circumstances. This property has a wonderful setting nestled next to Spring City UT. This property fronts 1100 South Street where a water line and gas line are found. This property produces dairy quality hay and is near the transportation systems. Also the property has some potential in the future for development into a rural residential subdivision when demand dictates. The water rights include both irrigation and livestock water rights. This is a very nice property. Excellent upside beyond growing hay.
$1,887,925 • 120.25 acres 120.25 total acres of irrigated land. Good access with extensive frontage. Good water rights with 99.96 acre feet or Strawberry Highline Water rights for the irrigation of 49.98 acres. Produces alfalfa and hay-grass mix hay. Pressurized wheel line irrigators. Nice lay of he land. East half is subby pasture. Second access lane to the rear of the property. Country living only minutes from town.
$266,250 • 37.05 acres This is a nifty property that would make a great Gentleman's Ranch. 18 shares if Horseshoe Irrigation water is included. Also a new well for residential purposes was drilled last summer. Still needs a pump put it. Power is along the frontage. Good access. Fields are in alfalfa and grass mix. Very near Spring City, and historic jewel in Sanpete County. Let your spirit free.
$1,295,000 • 185.02 acres 185.02 Total Acres, 177 are under pressurized wheelline irrigation. Efficient clean farm. Good access from SR 117. One share of Chester Irrigation water per irrigated acre. Consistent dairy-hay production, year after year.
$140,000 • 14.01 acres Great little hobby farm. Two sheds used to grow turkeys include a total of 32,750 square feet. Irrigation for seven acres and stock water for livestock. Natural gas and electricity are onsite. These buildings have a high clearance so you can used them to store RVs, boats or equipment. Could also be converted to green houses. Excludes mineral rights.