The historic "Cat Ranch" is available for the first time in decades, and is an extremely rare private inholding in the Henry Mountains. Located south of Hanksville, the ranch is strategic to several National Parks, Monuments, & Recreation Areas, and is surrounded by world famous mule deer hunting in the Henry Mtns unit. The wild buffalo herds that free-roam "The Henrys" are a major attraction, and the Cat Ranch has a year-round creek and irrigation rights for 80 acres which is a natural draw for wildlife. Located on the flanks of 10,741 ft Mount Hillers, with views of 11,522 ft Mount Ellen, the private land is a BLM inholding, and is bordered on three sides by the Mount Hillers Wilderness Study Area. The Cat Ranch has a charming and functional 3,200 sq.ft. home and garage building, and large free-standing shop with full off-grid utilities. Evidence of native american inhabitants is easily found scattered across the ranch, making the "one-of-a-kind" label appropriate when describing the Cat Ranch.