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$6,099,961  •  5,800 acres
KEYHOLE NORTH RANCH offers 5,800± deeded acres, 44,000-acre national forest grazing permit, 6,000± acre BLM grazing allotment & 1028 acre State lease. Historically, 755 cow-calf pair have grazed from early April into mid-December. The Ranch extends from the tops of West Mountain into Indian Valley in southern Adams County. Uniquely, the USFS grazing permit on Indian Mountain to West Mountain in the Indian Mountain Cattle Association is considered some of the best pasture grazing in southern Idaho. Also evident is that this county is a sportsman’s paradise with Rocky Mtn Elk, magnificent mule deer, antelope, bear, wolf, turkey, pheasant, upland bird and trout.
$3,500,000  •  5,259 acres
The San Arroyo Creek Ranch is 5259+/- total acres with 4626+/- deeded contiguous acres and a 633+/- State Lease 1/2 mile away. The ranch is located approximately 24 miles south of Ft. Morgan or 34 miles northeast of Byers in eastern Adams County and less than an hour from Denver.The San Arroyo Creek Ranch is a true working cattle ranch with a good mix of warm and cool season grasses, providing excellent grazing and gains. The ranch has good fencing throughout and is cross fenced with either barbed wire or high tensile electric fence creating 17 separate pastures. The ranch is also very well watered, 8 wells utilizing electric submersible pumps, solar pumps and a windmill provide water to a 27,000 gallon on demand cistern and an extensive pipeline system for 10 stock tanks strategically positioned around the ranch. There are also automatic waterers located in the feed pens and at the calving barn and corrals.Improvements on the San Arroyo Creek Ranch include: a nicely remodeled 1672 square foot 4 bedroom, 2 bath home, partially finished basement with forced air heating and cooling, 2640 square foot calving barn, 2840 square foot main shop, 2100 square foot shop, 240 square foot storage shed and a 750 square foot garage. In addition to the home and outbuildings there is a very good set of corrals, a working facility and load out chutes located at the headquarters and an additional feeding/backgrounding yard a short distance west of the headquarters.The owner rates the carrying capacity of the ranch at either 22-25 acres per cow/calf pair on a year around basis with some supplemental feed or at 12-14 acres per cow/calf pair for the growing season. Depending on how you want to operate the ranch, it should carry 300 +/- pairs plus bulls and some horses.Hunting on the San Arroyo Creek Ranch can be very rewarding as well. You will likely get the opportunity to hunt the occasional Monster Muley or Pronghorn, varmints, small game and pheasants. You will definitely be able to experience some great Plains hunting!The Seller intends to participate in an IRS 1031 Tax Deferred Exchange, so the sale of the San Arroyo Creek Ranch is contingent upon the Seller being able to locate and place under contract a satisfactory exchange property prior to Closing. The Seller also intends to help facilitate the transfer of the "State Lease" to the Buyer pending approval of said transfer by the State Land Board.Qualified Buyers, please contact Rick Kusel to schedule a personal showing of the Sand Arroyo Creek Ranch
$1,490,000  •  505 acres
Under Contract
Excellent cow & horse ranch in Indian Valley, Idaho. 300 acres of good farmable ground with an artesian well for irrigation.
$1,650,000  •  285 acres
INTRODUCTIONIntroducing Pleasant Valley Irrigated Farm. This 285 acre farm with 250 acres irrigated, has some of the best and most reliable irrigation water in the area and top notch modern irrigation equipment. Included is a beautifully appointed 5 bedroom/2 bathroom home on a full walkout basement and a set of good working corrals and pens. WATER5 commingled alluvial irrigation wells producing 1,200 gallons per minute. Kiowa-Bijou Designated Groundwater Basin, which is a closed basin. The wells are not required to be metered. Provides water for the full growing season with no draw down. CROP34 level acres of new crop Triticale with drip irrigation; 20 level acres of new crop Triticale with drip irrigation; 32 acres of level established orchard grass with drip irrigation; 155 acres under pivot of Teff grass stubble to be replanted late May. 9 acres level fallow land with drip irrigation. LAND The farm is 285 acres in total with 250 acres of level irrigated acres and 30 acres of dryland crop land. IRRIGATION EQUIPMENT/IMPROVEMENTS -2010 Valley 9 tower pivot sprinkler with drops irrigates 155 acres. -2013 Toro drip system with a water treatment unit. Irrigates 95 acres -a great usable set of corrals and cattle working pens built with continuous fencing panels. HOMEBoasting a spacious 2013 modular with 2,100 square feet above grade with 3 bedrooms and 2 full bathrooms and a 2,100 square foot partially finished walkout basement with 2 bedrooms, craft area and roughed in bathroom. This home is a very well built modern home with an open concept floor plan, highlighted by the large master bedroom and spacious 5 piece master bath. The home and corrals are serviced by a good domestic well. HUNTING This area in Colorado GMU 99 is known for its trophy Mule Deer hunting. Located near the cover of the Bijou Creek, Muley's travel to feed to and from the Bijou through this farm and area farms. There are Pronghorn Antelope, coyotes, and some upland game birds. Call to schedule your private your!
$2,916,000  •  243 acres
Brighton Farms Land and WaterThis is 243 acres of primely located farm ground. It offers 130 acres of pivot irrigated land watered by Central Colorado Water Conservancy. This year's allotment was 255 acre feet. This land also comes with +-330 acre feet of non tributary and not non tributary water rights. The pivot is planted with second year alfalfa and the remainder is dryland wheat. The land is just six miles east of I-76 and is a mere 30 minutes from Downtown Denver. It is just 8 miles east of Brighton, Colorado and all its amenities and schools. You will not find a larger offering of primely located land with unlimited opportunities. The home prices in the area range from 500K to 1.5M. This quality of land with this much water is very hard to find these days. Call Seth Today.
$750,000  •  125.33 acres
Recreational hunting ranch bordered by Payette National Forest on three sides! The acreage features a combination of beautiful meadows and timbered patches which attract area wildlife such as deer and elk. The ranch could be used as either a primary residence, a hunting retreat or a vacation home. It has easy year-round access from a county maintained road as well as good cut roads throughout the property. The waters of both the East Fork Weiser River and Stevens Creek run through the property. Other water features include a pond and a natural spring that supplies water to the property at 250 gal/min.The land is suitable for horses or livestock with its irrigated pasture, fully fenced perimeter, and its 1883 priority water rights. The 28 acres of water rights could be used for both stockwater and irrigation.The property is affectionately known as the Stage Coach Springs Ranch due to its historical roots. The picturesque 125+ acre mountain haven was once the sole stage coach stop between Council and New Meadows in the late 19th Century. The original homestead, Steven's Stage Coach Inn, has since been removed and served as a popular location for travelers, loggers, and railroad passengers to stay during their travels.Today there is a 2,280 sq ft modular home built in 2004 by Guerdon with 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. It was strategically placed so one can enjoy the amazing panoramic views. Near the home is a 50 ft x 80 ft shop with power and water. For additional accommodations, the shop also highlights a 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom separate living quarters with 936 sq ft of living space.Features:CreekIrrigationPondNatural SpringSeparate Living QuartersShop with Power & WaterTimberWater RightsYear-Round AccessStage Coach Springs Ranch is located approximately 10.1 miles North of the quaint town of Council, Idaho. Council acts as the county seat of Adams County and sits along US Highway 95. This area is considered the gateway to recreation in Central Idaho providing access to the Payette National Forest, the Seven Devils mountain range, and a plethora of outdoor recreational opportunities. Some of the outdoor adventures residents and visitors enjoy include fishing, hunting, skiing, snowmobiling, camping, and hiking. In particular, many appreciate the 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. Another hotspot in the region is Lost Valley Reservoir, which is a public recreational site that offers camping, canoeing, and fishing experiences. Local events celebrated in the area include Meadow Valley Days, the World Famous Porcupine Races, and the Adams County Fair and Rodeo.
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$240,440  •  120.7 acres
$480,000
Keyhole Ranch Elk Haven is a gorgeous, 120-acre mountain-top ranchland in a picturesque setting above the beautiful Little Weiser River Valley offering wonderful views over Indian Valley. It can offer the best of two worlds: a location for a tremendous seasonal hunting lodge or a fantastic western, recreation getaway/retreat, while realizing the benefits of reasonable access to city amenities.
$537,075  •  108.5 acres
Under Contract
Peoples Company is pleased to offer an exceptional combination farm located in Adams County, Iowa. This 108.5 acre m/l recreational playground offers an array of features including CRP acres, Hardwood timber, small pond, nice pole building and a modest home. There is also 10,000 bushel of bin storage located on the farm.
$300,000  •  80 acres
Recreational hunting ranch bordered by Payette National Forest on three sides! The acreage features a combination of beautiful meadows and timbered patches which attract area wildlife such as deer and elk. It has easy year-round access from a county maintained road as well as good cut roads throughout the property. The waters of both the East Fork Weiser River and Stevens Creek run through the property. Other water features include a pond and a natural spring that supplies water to the property at 250 gal/min.The land is suitable for horses or livestock with its irrigated pasture, fully fenced perimeter, and its 1883 priority water rights. Water rights could be used for both stockwater and irrigation.Also offered jointly for $750,000 with Single Family home on bordering property - refer to listing "Stage Coach Springs Ranch". The property borders Stage Coach Springs Ranch which was once the sole stage coach stop between Council and New Meadows in the late 19th Century. The original homestead, Steven's Stage Coach Inn, has since been removed and served as a popular location for travelers, loggers, and railroad passengers to stay during their travels. Features:CreekIrrigationPondNatural SpringTimberWater RightsYear-Round AccessThe mountain acreage is located approximately 10.1 miles North of the quaint town of Council, Idaho. Council acts as the county seat of Adams County and sits along US Highway 95. This area is considered the gateway to recreation in Central Idaho providing access to the Payette National Forest, the Seven Devils mountain range, and a plethora of outdoor recreational opportunities. Some of the outdoor adventures residents and visitors enjoy include fishing, hunting, skiing, snowmobiling, camping, and hiking. In particular, many appreciate the 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. Another hotspot in the region is Lost Valley Reservoir, which is a public recreational site that offers camping, canoeing, and fishing experiences. Local events celebrated in the area include Meadow Valley Days, the World Famous Porcupine Races, and the Adams County Fair and Rodeo.
$199,000  •  63.92 acres
Pristine Hunting Land For Sale in Southwest OH 63.921 acres of managed Hunting land with a beautiful cabin located in Adams County Ohio. This property has it all with an established food plot, Tree stands, feeders, mineral sites and shooting houses. Perfect Whitetail habitat with a mixture of hardwoods, Cedars, and approximately 8 acres of open ground. The cabin has an awesome stone fireplace, Ikea Kitchen, Full laundry room, Full bath, 2 bedrooms, Central air and 2 great decks. It is located in close proximity to thousands of acres of a nature conservatory • The property is located 2.5 miles off of State Route 125 in the town of Lynx. Mineral rights owned by the seller will transfer to the buyer at the time of sale.  Property details: • 63.921 acres • Perfect Whitetail habitat  • 1 acre managed food plot area • 2 Shooting houses, several tree stands, feeders and mineral sites • Archery Range • Approximately 8 acres of open ground • Mixture of Hardwoods, Cedars and Thickets • Remote setting • Abundance of deer & turkeys • 2 Bedroom Home or Cabin and Outbuilding • Close proximity to Edge of Appalachia Nature Conservancy   Listing ID: 34045-00043
$849,900  •  56.28 acres
This private wooded acreage in lush Circle C Ranch on over 56 acres. Located on a knoll, filtered mountain views peak through the mature woods that surround. An 800 square foot shop with power, plus a carport and an oversized attached garage, there is plenty of room for toys to enjoy the area. The house is a three bedroom, three bath with hickory floors, custom cabinets, granite tile and stainless appliances.Circle C Ranch has easy access off of Highway 95 and is approximately 9 miles north of New Meadows, Idaho. New Meadows is located along the Payette River Scenic Byway where State Highway 55 and US Highway 95 converge. Its central location and access to a plethora of year round recreational activities makes New Meadows a popular destination for travelers. This could be one of the reasons this charming community is known as the heartland of Idaho. Residents partake in local annual events such as Meadows Valley Days, the Adams County Fair and the Leroy Matthews Memorial Softball Tournament. Locals and visitors also enjoy swimming at Zims Hot Springs or golfing at Meadow Creek Golf Resort. Pastimes such as river rafting, kayaking, fishing, boating, jet skiing, camping, hiking, skiing or soaking in the one of the area's natural hot springs are just a way of life here. In fact, within 30 minutes in all directions from Circle C Ranch, are some of the best outdoor adventures available in Idaho. To the north is Riggins, Idaho, known for its excellent Steelhead and Salmon fishing. Riggins is also the gateway to the scenic Hells Canyon Recreation Area. To the southwest is Lost Valley Reservoir and the Weiser River Trail. Finally, to the southeast is the resort town of McCall, Idaho which sits along the banks of Payette Lake. McCall is a weekend escape for many residents from the Boise metro area. The area is home to Brundage Mountain, the Little Ski Hill and the Tamarack Resort thus making it known for its winter recreation. Popular winter sports include Nordic skiing, cross-country skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing, tubing and snowboarding. One of McCall's most vibrant events is the annual Winter Carnival held every January which exhibits intricate snow sculptures throughout the community. 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. In the summer, there is an annual Huckleberry Festival held in Donnelly, Idaho. During the festival, the Tamarack Resort hosts a two-day outdoor music festival known as the Huckleberry Jam.
$240,075  •  48.5 acres
Peoples Company is pleased to offer an exceptional combination farm located in Adams County, Iowa. This 48.5 acre m/l recreational playground offers an array of features including hardwood timber, CRP acres, grass hay, and a nice stocked pond.
$485,000  •  45.33 acres
Recreational hunting ranch bordered by Payette National Forest! The acreage features a combination of beautiful meadows and timbered patches which attract area wildlife such as deer and elk. The ranch could be used as either a primary residence, a hunting retreat or a vacation home. It has easy year-round access from a county maintained road as well as good cut roads throughout the property. The waters of both the East Fork Weiser River and Stevens Creek run through the property. Other water features include a pond and a natural spring that supplies water to the property at 250 gal/min.The land is suitable for horses or livestock with its irrigated pasture, fully fenced perimeter, and its 1883 priority water rights. Water rights could be used for both stockwater and irrigation. Also offered jointly for $750,000 with 80 acres on bordering property - refer to listing "Stage Coach Springs Ranch". The property is affectionately known as the Stage Coach Springs Ranch due to its historical roots. The picturesque 45+ acre mountain haven was once the sole stage coach stop between Council and New Meadows in the late 19th Century. The original homestead, Steven's Stage Coach Inn, has since been removed and served as a popular location for travelers, loggers, and railroad passengers to stay during their travels.Today there is a 2,280 sq ft modular home built in 2004 by Guerdon with 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. It was strategically placed so one can enjoy the amazing panoramic views. Near the home is a 50 ft x 80 ft shop with power and water. For additional accommodations, the shop also highlights a 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom separate living quarters with 936 sq ft of living space.Features:CreekIrrigationPondNatural SpringSeparate Living QuartersShop with Power & WaterTimberWater RightsYear-Round AccessStage Coach Springs Ranch is located approximately 10.1 miles North of the quaint town of Council, Idaho. Council acts as the county seat of Adams County and sits along US Highway 95. This area is considered the gateway to recreation in Central Idaho providing access to the Payette National Forest, the Seven Devils mountain range, and a plethora of outdoor recreational opportunities. Some of the outdoor adventures residents and visitors enjoy include fishing, hunting, skiing, snowmobiling, camping, and hiking. In particular, many appreciate the 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. Another hotspot in the region is Lost Valley Reservoir, which is a public recreational site that offers camping, canoeing, and fishing experiences. Local events celebrated in the area include Meadow Valley Days, the World Famous Porcupine Races, and the Adams County Fair and Rodeo.
$1,640,000  •  39.01 acres
The Ponds at Barr Lake is that "needle in a haystack" property you have been waiting for. Directly adjoining Barr Lake and Barr Lake State Park, the property consists of 39.01 taxed acres with 5 ponds allowing endless recreational opportunities including fishing, hunting and bird watching of the over 350 species of birds that call Barr Lake home. The lake is stocked with catfish, bass, trout, walleye, bluegill, wiper, and tiger muskie and fishing is allowed from the shore and boat on the north side of the lake. The property is zoned A-3 allowing a myriad of uses and possible conditional uses (see attached zoning document). A great place to build that dream home in the outdoors while retaining a close commute to downtown Denver. Owners were previously issued a building permit and planned to construct a home on the property. An 1,800 sq. ft. steel pole type building was built in 1990 and is used for storage of farm equipment. The 5 ponds are interconnected and keep the resident cattle and wildlife happy. The owners summer 40 pair of cattle on the property and the numerous ponds and sub irrigated ground keep the vegetation tall and lush. Current owners have harvested large bucks each year and can take a limit of ducks and geese from the property on any given day during the season. Give us a call today to see one of the last remaining large private tracts bordering the lake.
$1,499,000  •  21.15 acres
Under Contract
Welcome home to Riverbend Acres, this great horse property is situated on a 21.15 acre parcel and is protected by a conservation easement. Enjoy the opportunity to come home to this beautiful 4 bed 4 ba custom home. Get out of the hustle bustle and escape to your own solitude that offers some peace and quiet. This property allows for the best of both worlds. It gives you a sense of privacy and yet is conveniently located 30 minutes from downtown Denver or 10 minutes to I-25, off Highway 7 near Brighton, Colorado. Denver International Airport is just twenty-five minutes to the southeast. It offers privacy on a well-maintained, paved county road with excellent access. The setting is a completely private South Platte River view with great access and approximately 2,700 feet of river frontage. This property provides duck and goose hunting, turkey, deer, fishing, wildlife viewing and peace and quiet just minutes from the city limits of Brighton. This well-timbered parcel has beautiful views and plenty of open space. The home and outbuildings offer plenty of storage to make for a great horse property and includes a 130 ft. x 330 ft. arena. This type of acreage, in the county, close to town is unusual in this market. This custom open floor plan ranch style home was built with IntegraSpec Insulated Concrete Forms (ICF), meaning it is a very energy efficient home and with low maintenance interior and exterior. The house has a Coolerado cooling system to add to the efficiency. There is excellent landscaping and the grounds are very well maintained. The home has heated, acid stained concrete floors. The windows are Milgard fiberglass casement with granite window sills and the windows & doors have wood clad interiors. The home is a split floor plan which is wired for surround sound throughout. The kitchen is very well done with granite counter tops, stone backsplash, and a large island. It also has a nice pantry with pullout storage and soft close drawers, knotty alder landscape cabinets, Kitchenaid stainless steel appliances including convection microwave and oven below, five burner gas cooktop with a pot filler, trash compactor, and dishwasher.The family room includes a nine-foot pool table and a bar area which is plumbed and wired to be a wet bar if the buyer chooses. The main area including the kitchen, living room, dining, office and family/game room have 12-foot ceilings and all bedrooms have 10-foot ceilings. All the bedrooms also have on suite bathrooms and walk-in closets. The master bedroom has double vanities, a steam shower with three shower heads and a jetted tub. There is a large walk in closet off the master bedroom which connects to the laundry room.The three-car garage is fully finished including heat and has an extra +/-1,000 square-feet above for additional storage. There are three covered patios around the house all with stamped concrete, and the patio off the master bedroom has a hot tub which will stay with the house. There are two wells on the property, one serves a 15-zone sprinkler system and livestock hydrants, the second well is a separate house well drilled in 2001, which is Arapahoe Aquifer permitted. This type of property really cannot be found with the privacy you will have along with the easy access to all conveniences of a big city. Contact Hayden Outdoors today to set up a private showing
$85,000  •  17.11 acres
Under Contract
Wooded recreational land tucked away in Idaho County along Highway 95. This secluded acreage showcases breathtaking surrounding mountain views and features a large building site ideal for a future home or cabin. The unspoiled 17.11+/- acres acts as a haven for area wildlife and includes a dedicated easement for direct access to nearby public lands. Features:+/- 17.11 AcresAbundant WildlifeAccess to Public LandsBuilding SiteClose to TownEasementSecludedWoodedYear-Round AccessThis recreational haven is conveniently located just over 19 miles from downtown New Meadows. This community lies along the Payette River Scenic Byway where State Highway 55 and US Highway 95 converge. Its central location and access to a plethora of year-round recreational activities make New Meadows a popular destination for travelers. Residents partake in local annual events such as Meadows Valley Days, the Adams County Fair and the Leroy Matthews Memorial Softball Tournament. Locals and visitors also enjoy swimming at Zims Hot Springs or golfing at Meadow Creek Golf Resort. Pastimes such as river rafting, kayaking, fishing, boating, jet skiing, camping, hiking, skiing or soaking in one of the area's natural hot springs are just a way of life here. In fact, within 30 minutes in all directions from New Meadows, are some of the best outdoor adventures available in Idaho. To the north is Riggins, Idaho, known for its excellent Steelhead and Salmon fishing. Riggins is also the gateway to the scenic Hells Canyon Recreation Area. To the southwest is Lost Valley Reservoir and the Weiser River Trail. Finally, to the southeast is the resort town of McCall, Idaho which sits along the banks of Payette Lake. McCall is a weekend escape for many residents from the Boise metro area. The area is home to Brundage Mountain, the Little Ski Hill, and the Tamarack Resort thus making it known for its winter recreation. Popular winter sports include Nordic skiing, cross-country skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing, tubing, and snowboarding.