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$5,950,000  •  1,388 acres
- 1,388 deeded ac. adjoining national forest - - 250 irrigated ac., 1.5 miles of creek, & 2 ponds - - Excellent elk & trophy mule deer hunting - - Ranch house, manager’s house, bunkhouse, barn, corrals, & outbuildings - - 40 minutes from Steamboat Springs & 1 hour from Vail - One of Colorado’s best-kept secrets is the Upper Yampa River valley southwest of Steamboat Springs. Here, classic Western vistas sweep over lush grasslands that rise to the snow-fringed Little Flat Tops, which nourish this valley with abundant water. In the heart of all this magnificent scenery lies the Broken Bone Ranch, 1388 acres strong, and which embodies the best of this secluded valley. At Broken Bone Ranch, big game hunting, trout fishing and agricultural production create a property laden with possibilities as broad as the skies of northwestern Colorado. Situated at about 8000 feet, Broken Bone Ranch is sheltered in the quiet valley of South Hunt Creek, about six miles west of the ranching community of Yampa, and only 40 minutes south of Steamboat Springs. Well-watered from over 17 CFS of water rights and 236 shares of Allen Basin Reservoir stock, Broken Bone Ranch is an emerald gem of rich irrigated grassland set beneath aspen- and sagebrush-dotted hillsides. With 250 irrigated acres, the ranch is a strong hay producer and cattle find excellent pasture on the rest of the ranch. Big game find much to their liking at Broken Bone Ranch as well. Trophy mule deer and a portion of the nation’s largest elk herd frequent the rich bottomlands of South Hunt Creek or range freely in the adjacent hills. Since the ranch adjoins both BLM and USFS land, the hunting opportunities here literally stretch for miles. Elk tags are available over the counter and the ranch qualifies for landowner mule deer tags. Broken Bone Ranch affords excellent potential as a fishing property. With six adjudicated springs, 1.5 miles of South Hunt Creek and four ponds, ample water is available for developing. South Hunt Creek is a small stream that could be enhanced with pools to hold larger trout, and one of the ponds already supports a trout population. A network of lunker-producing ponds can readily be envisioned at Broken Bone Ranch. With a long history as a well-kept ranch, the ranch’s present improvements include a fine owner’s home, a guest or manager’s house, a rustic cabin, barn, shop and corrals. The views from all areas of the ranch are priceless, especially when fall lights up the aspens at the foot of the Little Flat Tops. Recreational opportunities beyond the boundaries of Broken Bone Ranch are rich. Fishing is outstanding in numerous reservoirs on the Little Flat Tops, and the productive tailwater fishery of Stagecoach Reservoir is only minutes away. The adjacent Routt National Forest and nearby Flattops Wilderness Area offer hiking and horseback riding opportunities to last a lifetime. And not many ranches can boast not one, but two world-class ski resorts within an hour’s drive; Steamboat Springs is only 40 minutes to the north and Vail/Beaver Creek only 60 minutes to the south. Broken Bone Ranch is easily accessed by State Highway 131 and county roads year-round. In addition, the jet-capable airport at Hayden is only about an hour distant, connecting with Denver International Airport and the rest of the world. At Broken Bone Ranch, “getting away from it all” is readily accessible! Harrigan Land Company thinks that the Broken Bone Ranch is one of Colorado’s best all-around ranch prospects, with solid production, hunting, fishing and recreational potential. If you’ve missed a visit to this lovely part of state, we’d love to help you, too, experience the many charms of a secret place that others may have overlooked.
$770,400  •  428 acres
Under Contract
Eastridge Ranch is located approximately 15 miles east of Ada, OK on Highway 48. The ranch is a 100 mile drive from Tulsa or OKC and 150 miles from Dallas. This 428 acre recreational ranch is roughly 1.5 miles long from north to south by 1 mile wide from east to west at its widest point. The ranch sits in a transitional area where the pastured creek bottoms of Muddy Boggy Creek give way to wooded hillsides. From a wildlife management standpoint, Eastridge Ranch is ideally secluded from the world by a 4000 acre ranch to the west and north, an 1100 acre ranch to the south and a 1350 acre ranch to the east. The ranch boasts 130 feet of elevation change from Muddy Boggy Creek up to the top of the highest ridge. Approximately 300 acres of the property is in timber and 128 acres in meadows and an open field along Muddy Boggy Creek that's perfect for a food plot. The meadow areas offer the type of transitional setting that encourages the growth of native browse needed to support deer through the summer months while the timbered portions provides acorns for the fall and winter. Although existing trails allow easy access to most of the ranch, there is a 155 acre block that acts as a sanctuary. The property has good boundary and cross fencing. The property also includes a 2.5 acre lake fed by two drainages. This lake is filled with bronze tinted water typical of heavy forested drainages and is ringed with a narrow strip of aquatic vegetation. It has two nice arms that extend to shallows located in each drainage. The point between the two arms is begging for the construction of a cabin or home overlooking the lake. Water and electric services could be easily run to this point from the Highway 48 frontage to the east. Nine hundred and fifty feet of creek, as well as a 3/4 acre pond and two other small ponds ensure that water is available to wildlife on all parts of the ranch.In addition to great views generated by the elevation change, the property also has some other interesting features including a small cave and cliff overhang. Multiple inscriptions are carved into the sandstone rock of these natural features and some date back to statehood. Both have game trails leading to them and appear to be acting as shelter to wildlife.The outstanding native genetics of whitetail deer in this area have been extensively studied and documented on the former Nobel Foundation Deer Research Unit located just 1.5 miles to the southeast of the ranch. This combination of transitional features, large neighbors, seclusion, timbered bedding areas, browse filled meadows and water make Eastridge Ranch a unique opportunity for those wishing to manage for trophy whitetails. Recent game camera photos have captured some nice examples of the bucks that the property is currently producing with no wildlife management. In addition, wild hogs are currently absent after an extensive eradication effort.
$1,250,000  •  158.7 acres
D.G. Wood Be RanchThe D.G. Wood Be Ranch is truly one of a kind! A picturesque 160 acre farm located in the gently rolling hills of the Osage Cuestas region in Allen County, KS, this property sits just a short 8 miles east of the town of Humboldt. This turnkey ranch has been exceptionally maintained and is exploding with wildlife. One walk through this property and it is apparent the family has been progressive in meticulously creating and managing the wild game habitat throughout. This ranch has proven itself as one of the most versatile hunting and fishing properties that Eastern Kansas has to offer. There is no shortage of quail, turkey, deer, dove, geese, ducks, predators, largemouth bass, and channel cat!! Selling with the property is also 60 head of Black Angus cow/calves. This ranch has so much to offer!The land includes:12 acre stocked lake3 additional stocked pondsGoose CreekTimbered habitatMeadowPasture groundThe farmstead includes:3 Bedroom/2.5 Bath 2,500 sq. ft. residenceLarge, heated horse barn with corral pens3 stall - indoor/outdoor dog kennelPotting shedElectronic grand entry with 800' paved private drivewayAdditional storage shed/game processing shedThe Residence3 Bedrooms/2.5 Bathrooms built in 1992 (2,500 sq. ft.)Large open kitchen area with middle island, granite counter tops, and great viewSeparate formal dining room with ample spaceLiving area with fireplace, wet bar, surround sound, and beautiful window view of lakeWalk out deck leading to the lake (Composite decking with lifetime warranty)Plant/sun room coming off of kitchen leading to the deckThe master bathroom leads out to the deck with its own entry/exit doorDeck also includes a recessed walk-in 6 person hot tubAll bedrooms have extra large closet spaceDouble car garage with attached "Man Cave" roomCentral heating and air with high efficiency Lennox air conditioner 1000 gallon underground propane tank is to be installed that will feed both the residence & barnThe Horse BarnConstructed in 2015 by local professional contractorHeated and insulated 40' x 60' (2,400 sq.ft.) with concrete floors throughout (heated by 2 Enerco overhead propane heating units)3 stall horse boarding facility with additional tack room storage15' x 60' east facing lean-to with horse pens and working corrals15' x 60' west facing lean-to for machinery and other equipmentLarge drive through doors on both north and south side of barn with additional walk in door on south side2 separate floor drains for butchering/cleaning wild gameBarn also includes: stainless steel commercial style sink, 50 gallon hot water tank, fluorescent lighting throughout, and 120 electrical service with option to add 240 volt serviceAdditional FeaturesThe ranch borders a well maintained blacktopTriple rail vinyl horse fencing runs the entire length of the drive/entrywayDetached 12' x 16' dog kennel shed with 3 exterior chain link kennel runs (has a water hydrant as well as 120 electrical outlets)The residence and barn run off of rural waterLarge lawn areaThe owner currently is running 50 head of cattle throughout the acreageLand DescriptionNortheast 1/4 of the ranch is comprised mainly of the lake, residence, barn, and outbuildingsSouth half consists of mainly pasture, meadow, and timbered areasThe pasture has some gently rolling hills enclosed with a stout 5 stranded barbed wire fenceGoose Creek cuts the full length of this property from NE to SW, helping to provide amazing habitat.The NE pasture is planted to over 100 varieties of established food, grasses, & cover where quail take refuge.There are 3 additional ponds on this property that are all stocked with fish. This property has no shortage of water!Types of trees throughout the acreage include: Walnut Trees, Pecan Trees, Persimmon Trees, & Red Cedar Trees.Additional cattle lean-to and corral pens are located in the SE corner of the propertyAll water and mineral rights shall pass to Buyer*Potential opportunity to purchase adjacent 160 acres +/-Hunting/FishingThis area of Kansas is well known to produce some monster Whitetail bucks. Bucks exceeding 150" can be harvested annually on this property. For the avid waterfowl enthusiast, Canadian geese, mallards, & wood ducks frequent the lake and ponds on a regular basis.This ranch boasts exceptional numbers of Rio turkeys as well as the opportune chance at an Eastern turkey!Multiple coveys of Bobwhite quail reside in the well balanced habitat of the ranch. Every pond on the farm is stocked with multiple varieties of fish including: largemouth bass, channel cat, crappie, & perch.Deer Unit #11 & Turkey Unit #6FinancialsElectricity is on average $175/mo. (Heartland Rural Electric Cooperative, Girard, KS)Propane (Residence & Barn) averages $1,000/year (D & D Propane Inc, Humboldt, KS)Taxes average around $5,600 per yearCommunity/AttractionsProviding some of the best fishing in the state, the Bourbon State Fishing Lake lies only 10 miles east of this ranch.The Lone Tree Gun Club offers a fun environment if you are looking for more local recreation. This club rallies every Wednesday & Sunday night to enjoy good company, dine, and shoot trap on the provided trap range. The club headquarters and range is located 1.5 miles south of this farm.Located 2 hours from Kansas City, Wichita, Joplin, & Tulsa15 miles to Iola, KS (can accommodate larger aircrafts at airport)18 miles to Chanute, KS (can accommodate larger aircrafts at airport)7 miles east of state highway 169 Please contact Connor Williams with Hayden Outdoors at 620-617-6300, for more information on this property or to schedule a private showing (**Financial verification is required**)
$405,000  •  81 acres
This beautiful 81 acres of pasture and timber is located between Washburn and Seligman Missouri. This property has been an income producing cattle farm for decades and is set up as one. It has cross fences that allow for pasture rotation to help maximize the amount of cattle it can hold. It is also a high producing hay property, with mainly fescue and clover grasses. The acreage boasts 3 pounds and a beautiful stream running through the valley. There is also a great hay barn with a lean to for extra hay or equipment. With nearly 20 acres of Timber this farm is home to several deer, making it a great hunting property as well. Dozens of big beautiful mature walnut trees are scattered across the 81 acres. Whether you are looking for a functioning farm or a retreat to build a home on this place has it all! For your own personal tour of these prime 81 acres please contact Allen Treadwell 479-903-4109
$180,000  •  75 acres
$995,000  •  20.68 acres
Overview: Noonday Estate is a beautiful 20.683+/- acre turnkey property nestled in a highly desirable area of western Harrison County. The property consists of a large custom log home overlooking incredible rolling pastures, scattered timber, a nice pond, and plenty of room to relax after a long day. The farm is perfectly suited to run cattle, horses, or raise hay with the fertile pastures, high quality fencing, and abundant water. Surrounded by similar properties, and within close proximity of town, this property provides an opportunity for a private yet convenient homestead.Location: Noonday is located approximately 6.5 miles north of Hallsville, Texas, with road frontage on Noonday Road for all weather access. The property is also conveniently located only 6.5 miles from Longview, 13 miles from Marshall, and only 130 miles east of Dallas, all within the highly desirable Hallsville ISD.Improvements: Over 600' of paved concrete driveway leads to the crown jewel of the property; the custom log home is comprised of 3,682 SF of living space and 6,223 SF under roof. The home sits on top of a hill overlooking the surrounding countryside and is outfitted with a Generac backup generator and a security system. The home has been updated throughout over the years to maintain a more modern appeal.The 4 bed, 5 bath, two-story home was built by award winning builder, Scott Hamilton, and thoughtfully laid out and customized, sparing no expense. All 3 guest rooms have new carpet and each bath has been recently updated with granite, tile and new Kohler toilets. Two hot water heaters service the home, along with two new energy efficient A/C units. In the kitchen you'll find Dacor Appliances, granite counters, custom Ash cabinets, two ovens, an ice maker, a GE Monogram vent hood covering the gas/electric stove top, and a large walk-in pantry. The 24' tall ceilings in the main living area showcase the custom river rock fireplace. The large living space can be arranged in a myriad of ways to incorporate large gatherings or provide separate sitting areas, all with views of the surrounding landscape. Both front and back porches offer a wonderful place to sit and drink a morning cup of coffee or relax after a long day. These porches create a really nice space to accommodate large gatherings for birthdays or holidays.Over 1,800' of pipe fencing surrounds the home and leads up to the steel framed 2,380' SF shop which has 4 roll-up doors, a tack room, three 12'x12' horse stalls with turnouts, and a 24'x12' loft for storage. The shop was well-built by Hendrix & Arp and features water and electricity, electric overhead doors, and floor drains for convenience.There is also a 42'x24' steel framed hay barn with concrete floors and is outfitted for utilities if ever needed. The barn will hold 60 large round bales and has a 12'x12' roll-up door. Centrally located between all three pastures is a set of Allen heavy duty panels and a squeeze chute setup for working cattle. For inclement weather there is also a 24'x12' lean-to in the north pasture for livestock to seek shelter in.Trees, grass, forbs: The ranch's fertile, sandy loam soils foster Coastal and Common Bermuda pastures which are dominate to native grasses on the property. Tree cover consists of scattered hardwoods and pine which helps provide privacy to the house.Water: The property has a 480' deep well with incredible drinking water and is outfitted with a 5 HP pump to service the improvements and the two sprinkler systems. The water is some of the best well water we've ever encountered and is reminiscent of Wood County water with no odor or after taste. The property also features a nice ~0.47 ac pond in the west pasture and the house pasture features a water trough to ensure livestock have access to water.Topography: Beautiful rolling to sloped terrain spans the property with approximately 60 feet of elevation change providing several scenic views, while the timber maintains privacy around the home. The majority of the pastured areas are all well drained and can easily be traversed providing plenty of opportunity for hay production.Livestock/hay production: The majority of Noonday Estate is in improved or native pasture. The property currently supports 6-8 AU's with plenty of room for more. The last several years, the livestock were moved to the pasture just south of the house for a short time period while the west and north pastures were mowed for hay. The pastures have been sprayed and fertilized for maximum productivity. The property is fenced and cross-fenced with either pipe or 5 & 6-strand barbed wire, with an electric wire running the entire west and north boundaries.Minerals: Surface only.Easements: One easement along south property line for West Harrison Water Supply.Utilities: UREC Electricity runs underground to the house and well. A deep water well provides the drinking water. The well is 480' deep with a 5 HP pump and also supplies the water for irrigation around the improvements. The house also has a 500 gallon propane tank to supply the generator, cooktop, and fireplace. West Harrison WS available on southwest side of property if needed.Property Taxes: Ask Broker for details.Schools: Hallsville ISDPrice: $995,000Contact:Stephen Schwartz- Agent903-738-7882 mobileBroker & Commission Disclosure: Buyer's Agent/ Broker must be identified upon first contact with Listing Broker/ Listing Agent and Buyer's Agent/ Broker must be present at the initial property tour in order to participate in the real estate commission. Commission splits will be at the sole discretion of Hortenstine Ranch Company, LLC.