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$3,325,000  •  5,542 acres
Under Contract
Enjoy the incredible outdoor recreation this property has to offer with 5 named lakes on the property plus numerous smaller ones and Lake Creek connects them all. There are plenty of big game, upland birds and waterfowl for wildlife viewing or hunting. The lakes have fishing and a couple of them are stocked by WDFW. Currently fenced and used for cattle grazing. There are 4 drilled wells with power on the property for watering cattle.
$2,323,000  •  2,135 acres
The Rufus Woods River Ranch located on the Columbia River consists of 103 individual parcels totaling 2,135 acres. 22 of these parcels have frontage on the Columbia River which is known for Great fishing in this area. The views from this property of the river and surrounding territory are amazing to say the least. This unique property has been in the family for generations and was originally built and farmed starting in the early 1900's
$4,918,950  •  1,929 acres
Unprecedented opportunity to own one of the most unique recreational farms in the Midwest! Peoples Company is pleased to offer 1,929 continuous acres m/l of southern Wisconsin riverfront land.
$10,900,000  •  1,382.5 acres
The historic Biaggi Ranch is situated on Mendocino’s pristine coast between the coastal hamlets of Manchester and Elk. A ranch of this caliber rarely comes to market. Comprising of over 1382 acres, the ranch rises from almost sea level rolling grassland pasture to over 1600 feet elevation with towering redwood forests. Intermixed in this diverse topography are lush mountain meadows, spring-fed draws, and building sites with big, unobstructed coastal views south to Point Arena’s lighthouse and north to Irish Beach, and west across the Pacific as far as the eye can see. Historically the ranch has run sheep and dairy stock with the occasional grain crop being cultivated on the ranch’s western flats. Since the 1970s, however, the ranch has been utilized more as a beef operation running between 80-100 cows. Throughout its history, the Biaggi Ranch’s forest has proved to be a sustainable and reliable resource providing split rail fencing, railroad ties, shake, lumber, and tanoak bark from the late 1800s thru the mid-late 1900s at which time the ranch’s focus changed to longer-term forestry practices that stressed sustainability, yield, and quality while preserving the ecological integrity of the ranch. The ranch has an estimated +18 million board feet of timber with roughly that split 50%-50% between Redwood and Douglas Fir with a small amount of White Fir. There is an NTMP in place. This timber stand is a significant resource allowing the new owner many opportunities including sustainable harvesting, carbon credit banking, conservation easement potential, or a combination of all three. Besides the ranch’s economic attributes, the ranch affords immense recreational potential. There is a well-maintained road and trail system throughout the ranch that allows access to almost all points and could double as equestrian and ATV trails. The ranch plays host to a number of different species including Blacktail Deer, wild turkey, mountain and valley quail, blue grouse, occasional black bear, wild hog, and many other species. The ranch would be an ideal hunting retreat or for the matter a wildlife preserve. Besides its wildlife, the ranch has numerous streams including Owl Creek and Alder Creek tributaries which provide critical habitat for the steelhead coming from the Pacific. In regards to improvements, the ranch has two modest homes that were built in the early 1900s (1200 sq ft and 800 sq ft) that could serve as a temporary abode while the new owners build their new home and then later converted to caretaker’s quarters. The two older barns are in working order and provide able room for livestock, hay, and storage. The houses are fed by a spring and even with the worst drought in California history performed without fault. The ranch is fenced and crossed fence in parts. The ranch is about 2 1/2 to 3 hours from the San Francisco Bay Area. The closest airport is in the town of Little River, 24 miles from the property. For commercial flights, the Sonoma County Airport is 2 hours from the property. Property Highlights: • 1382.50 Acres Comprising 1o Legal Parcels of gently rolling pasture, heavy forest, spring-fed draws, open mountain meadows, and unbelievable Pacific view building sites on various parts of the ranch • An estimated +18,000,000 Board Foot of Timber split roughly 50/50 between Redwood and Douglas - NTMP • 80-100 head carrying capacity for a cattle operation and substantially more for a sheep operation • Teeming in native wildlife including Blacktail deer, wild turkey, quail, bear, wild hog, and more in addition to having creeks and springs throughout • Point Arena is just down the road with its organic co-op grocery store, incredibly beautiful restored theatre, public library, credit union, and public fishing pier at the Point Arena Wharf. Manchester State Beach, which is over 3 miles long and ranked in the top 10 for best beaches in the Pacific Northwest, is right down the road.
$15,195,000  •  858 acres
Rare opportunity to own a nationally recognized elk hunting property in Colorado with a proven record of success. The Blue Creek Elk Ranch spans into two counties, the upper ranch and lodge are nestled in the high country between Montrose and Gunnison giving an outstanding alpine setting for hunting and lodging. The lower ranch, located in a much milder climate is near Cedaredge below the Grand Mesa, offering large pastures to grow and cultivate the elk. The lower ranch is made up of years of cumulating property for growing the elk. This is where the operation begins. The lower ranch consists of 5 parcels, encompassing approximately 166+/-. The ranch consists of facilities for maintaining the elk herd, pastures for feeding the herd, water rights, and housing for ranch staff. Most of the lower ranch can be irrigated, all done by an underground irrigation system and above-ground gated pipe. Some of the best genetics come out of the ranch with the heaviest mass of any elk herd in North America as well as very wide bulls. Blue Creek Elk Ranch's upper ranch is one of the most beautiful ranches in Colorado. The ranch's diverse topography offers lakes, streams, Blue Spruce Pine, Douglas Fir Pine, White Spruce, quaking Aspen strands, high mountain alpine sage, and high mountain meadows all contributing to the growth of the trophy elk herds. This Cimarron and Cedaredge property for sale sits at elevations of 7,800 to 9,600 feet but at mostly level terrain. The upper ranch has its own water rights totaling 1.65+/- cfs. The hunting lodge is in the beautiful mountain area of Arrowhead. The lodge is not your typical hunting lodge, it's a beautifully finished out 7-bedroom, 7- bathroom log masterpiece with two kitchens, huge main living area with stone fireplace, wood flooring, tongue and groove, stunning metal and rock details, private decks, and porches, and stunning mountain themed furnishings throughout. This elk hunting property for sale in Colorado offers phenomenal hunting, not only shown by its success but also by the testimonials of its hunters. The trophy elk hunts at the ranch start at around 350-inch bulls with the majority in the 375-450 range with bulls in the 500-650-inch range taken every year. During the fall elk rut, the elk herds can be found feeding in the big open mountain parks in the evenings and in the more secluded meadows in the mornings then moving into the dark timber for the middle of the day. Hearing bull elk bugle back in the dark timber and calling bulls in during the elk rut is one of the most amazing hunting experiences that there is in all elk hunting. As the aspen trees on the ranch turn golden yellow, signaling fall, you can start to hear the ringing of elk bulges all over the ranch. With the high density of bull elk on the ranch, the elk bugles can be heard continually throughout the ranch during September and October. With a high bull to cow ratio and monster 400 inch plus typical bulls throughout the ranch, it is an amazing sight to see during the fall elk rut. With the beautiful scenery and vast numbers of elk, there is no place with a better setting to be hunting trophy elk than the Blue Creek Elk Ranch. This elk hunting property in Colorado has been owned by one family for the last 20 plus years. Its success comes from the passion and respect that the ranch gives back to the mountains. Imagine seeing over 100 head of elk each day of hunting with 30+ bulls mixed in, cool mountain air, the wind blowing through the pine trees, and elk bugling everywhere. The ranch encompasses one of the most beautiful hunting areas in Colorado, making this turnkey profitable hunting operation a must-see!
$1,999,900  •  400 acres
Beautiful Ranch has Active Spring House and Year-Round Water Self-Sufficient Prepper-ready, Century Farm in Off-the-Grid location with 3 Springs, Year-round Clifty Creek and Old Time Spring House with Amazing Spring. Watercress grows only in cold spring water and this spring has more watercress than I’ve ever seen…it's something else! Douglas County, MO Live Water Farm & Ranch for Sale The Ranch is the ultimate working Cattle Farm and is perfect for living off the land and creating a homesteader’s dream. The well-maintained land totals 400 Acres that is Fenced and Cross-Fenced and is set up for rotational grazing with 6 auto waterers. There is approximately 280 Acres of Lush pasture that will produce approximately 650 Round Bales of Hay. The remaining acreage is full of Marketable Timber. This farm comes with Complete Covered cattle working facilities, 3 Hay barns, Shop, and other Outbuildings, a Lake and an area with lots of Morel Mushrooms. The Newer Hay Barn is 30x80 with a 30x20 Lean-To and working pens. Cool Old Multi-Level Hay Barn, built around 1934, is 40x60 with basement, remodeled hinged doors, secure holding pens, concrete mid-walls and floor, and working squeeze chute with connected single file alley and holding pens. There are multiple Pipe-Fence corrals, alleyways and cross-sectioned holding pens. Another 30x60 Hay barn and Working Pen, a 30x80 Shop with Concrete Floor, Water and Electric and includes an Office and Parts Room with Heat and Air. The old rock house on the property could be converted to small animal breeding/holding facility. Mountain Grove, MO Cattle Ranch with Land & House For Sale Main Home was built in 1958 - Cute, Cute, Cute - and is a true Farm Style Home - Updated with white-washed brick and wooden shutters and beams. It has a nice entertaining deck and Koi Pond. There is a Mobile Home on property with 3 bedrooms and 2 baths and would make an excellent Farm Hand house, Guest House, or In-law’s home. There are 3 wells on the property – one for the main Home, one for the 2nd Home and one for the waterers. Hunting & Recreational Land for Sale in Douglas County, MO This property is loaded with wildlife, live water from 3 springs and offers plenty of space for work and fun. It borders Mark Twain National Forest, known for hiking trails, horseback riding, camping and breathtaking scenery. Relax and swim with the family at the spring-fed creek or take a horseback ride through the property and take in all the beauty of the Ozarks Mountains. The property is minutes from the North Fork River, which offers great fishing and floating, or a short drive will put you on Bryant Creek (River) and you can float down to the famous Hodgson Mill. Bull Shoals and Norfork Lakes are near and offer excellent boating and fishing. The Southern Missouri Ozarks is known for Historic Mills, vibrant Blue Springs that rank among the world’s largest, breathtaking waterfalls, massive caves for exploring, and thousands of acres of Mark Twain National Forest. This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to create a Century Farm for your family to share for generations to come. Listing ID: 24084-61570
$1,620,000  •  360 acres
Located just over an hour’s drive, 42 miles west of Colorado Springs and at the end of a private road, KBO Ranch is 360± acres of raw, undeveloped mountain terrain and exceptional wildlife habitat. Views from the property are spectacular and include Pikes Peak, Mount Pisgah, the Collegiate Peaks, and the sun-soaked Sangre De Cristo Mountains. The land is vacant and undeveloped, while approximately 70 percent is tree covered with large stands of mature ponderosa pine, Douglas fir and aspen surrounded by meadows and oak-covered hillsides. The topography is varied and elevations range from 9,500 feet at the high bluff site, down to 8,550 feet in the secluded valley bottom. The current owners have developed extensive trail systems, only allowed ATV access, and limited the use of the property to hunting only. Large herds of elk and mule deer roam the property along with bears, turkey, and mountain lions. With over 3.6 miles of common boundary with adjacent conserved lands, this property will remain a private and secluded retreat. Offered in cooperation with Colorado Mountain Land & Ranches, LLC. The Facts: ~ 360± deeded acres ~ 42 miles west of Colorado Springs ~ Vacant land ~ Located in GMU 581 ~ Abundant wildlife ~ Private road access ~ Adjacent to conserved land and open space ~ Approximately 70 percent tree covered ~ Mountain views ~ Private and secluded ~ Build to suit
$1,760,000  •  317 acres
Under Contract
The Z.W. Kirkland Farm has been in the same family for over a hundred years. This farm located in Coffee county GA about eight miles east of Douglas GA still has the classic southern farm feel. From the outbuildings and the grain bin to the six acre pasture in front of the house it takes you back to the day when the farm was all a family needed.
$1,250,000  •  310 acres
KBO RANCH-310 ACRE SPECTACULAR MOUNTAIN RANCH WITH END OF ROAD PRIVACY Colorado Springs area recreational ranch for sale in the shadow of Pikes Peak with end of road privacy. This scenic ranch is located a short 43 miles from Co. Springs and has incredible views of Pike Peak , Sangre De Cristo Mountains, Collegiate Peaks and the Continental Divide. This ranch contains some of the finest building sites you will find in the Pikes Peak area. A new ranch road has been constructed on the ranch providing excellent access to some amazing building sites. Electric service has been installed to the property and the property has been surveyed. This ranch is ready for you to build your log cabin or mountain home to bring all your hunting friends and recreational enthusiasts. KBO RANCH: CRIPPLE CREEK, COLORADO KBO Ranch is one of the most desirable and inspiring ranches remaining along the Front Range. This 310 acre ranch offers the utmost in privacy and seclusion while providing some of the best big game hunting within 50 miles of Colorado Springs. Access to the ranch is via a shared private ranch road with this ranch being at the end of the road. The land is approximately 70% tree covered with large stands of mature Ponderosa Pine, Douglas Fir and aspen surrounded by lush meadows and oak covered hillsides and plateaus. Elevations range from 9500 feet at the high bluff site, down to 8400 feet in the secluded valley bottom. The current owners have limited the use of this property to hunting only with limited ATVing. The diverse habitat provides excellent wildlife habitat and this ranch is known for its trophy big game hunting. Large herds of elk and mule deer roam the property along with bears, turkey, and an occasional bighorn sheep. With much of the boundary bordering adjacent conserved lands and open space, this ranch will remain a private and secluded retreat. LOCATION: 1 HOUR TO COLORADO SPRINGS & 10 MINUTES TO CRIPPLE CREEK KBO Ranch is conveniently located approximately 42 miles from Colorado Springs and less than 2 hours from the south Denver Metro area. This area is one of the more desirable locations along the Front Range of Colorado with thousands of acres of BLM and National Forest lands nearby providing numerous recreational activities. Eleven Mile Reservoir and Spinney Reservoir are within 30 minutes of the ranch and offer some of the finest fishing in Colorado. The ranch is only 6 miles from the scenic and historic town of Cripple Creek which has grocery shopping and a new medical clinic. World class skiing is just over an hour away in scenic Breckenridge. Located only 1 hour and 10 minutes from the Colorado Springs Airport allows for quick access to the ranch for those flying into the area. RECREATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES The recreational opportunities at KBO Ranch are significant. Within the ranch boundaries roam large numbers of mule deer and elk with many of them being in the trophy category. The diversity of habitat provides both great cover and excellent food sources to maintain an excellent private hunting ranch. There are also black bear, mountain lion, turkey and grouse on the ranch. In the summer and fall you can hike, bike, horseback, ATV or four wheel drive within the ranch or in the nearby Pike National Forest and BLM. The Pike National Forest is comprised of over 1.1 million acres providing unlimited recreation. MINERAL RIGHTS AVAILABLE KBO Ranch does not own any water rights. Colorado law does allow an owner to drill a domestic well on parcels greater than 35 acres in size. All mineral rights are owned by KBO Ranch and will be conveyed with the property. AGRICULTURAL STATUS The current status of the property is agricultural and there is an existing grazing lease for cattle with a local rancher. This lease can be terminated with a written notice to rancher. The 2020 taxes were $40. RANCH POTENTIAL KBO Ranch is one of the best and last remaining opportunities to own a large ranch parcel along the Front Range of Colorado. The ranch’s unique and desirable location provides a Buyer with some great options. You can retain it as one of the best hunting and recreational ranches in the area or expand to a multiple cabin site property for an amazing family retreat. Listing ID: 05106-31021
$469,865  •  170.86 acres
Under Contract
Affordable Waterfowl, Whitetail, and Turkey Farm! Peoples Company is pleased to market this immaculate recreational tract located just a few miles northeast of Centerville in Appanoose County, Iowa.
$249,000  •  62.3 acres
Darling Bell Tract C is a prime tract on Pinos Altos Mountain, just a 20 minute drive from Silver City NM. This tract offers spectacular views, good access, and electricity. Possible seller financing.
$1,525,000  •  60 acres
Barn with 3 bed / 3 bath living quarters in beautiful Southwest Colorado set on 60 acres with creek, pond, trails, trees, views, nat'l forest 3 sides
$195,000  •  50.4 acres
New Mexico Mountain getaway, with electricity, and bordering public land! Build your dream home and walk or ride out your back door and go for miles. Possible seller financing.
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$2,950,000  •  9.38 acres
THE FINEST EQUESTRIAN ESTATE AVAILABLE IN TUCSON, ARIZONA! An authentic old world hacienda nestled in a lush 9.38 acre mesquite bosque at the prestigious northeast La Cebadilla Estates neighborhood. This remarkably rare riparian property creates the perfect private, tranquil, luxuriant setting that is so elusive in the Tucson desert. A private gated entry to a long tree lined driveway, beautiful landscaping and wrap around porches surround all the fabulous masonry buildings on the property. There is a gorgeous entry courtyard with fountain, resort style grounds and massive, majestic mesquite trees. It would be tremendously challenging, time consuming and almost impossible to obtain permits to build this home today on similar land, if it was even available. This is a turnkey equestrian estate that features a 4,349 sq ft main house with Oregon Douglas Fir beams and high ceilings throughout with 4 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, 5 fireplaces, a 990 sq ft guest house with one bedroom, one bath and kitchen. It includes a detached garage and a 668 sq ft studio suitable for a private living area, home office or gym and with an attached, separate work shop. The quality of construction is impeccable. There is a large pebble tech swimming pool, numerous patios, lawns, flowers and mature plantings. Rounding out the resort back yard is a covered outdoor kitchen and BBQ with incredible stone work that must be seen. The property is served by city water but also has a private well for the irrigation and pool and there are surface water rights. The entire home, yard and pool is wheelchair accessible. The 5 stall masonry barn (all with turnouts) is built to veterinary equine standards, with roll up breezeway doors, separate dry feed room also with a roll up door, hot and cold water wash rack area and a tack room with bathroom facilities. A separate hay barn accommodates 5+ squeezes of hay storage. The land is perimeter fenced and has cross fenced pastures for horse turnouts and is one of the few parcels approved for livestock at La Cebadilla Estates. This is also one of the rare parcels without any equestrian easements on it. There is also a wonderful regulation dressage arena. It has an on site riding trail and direct access to 1.5 mile commercial riding trail. There is direct access to the Tanque Verde Wash and just a 10 minute trail ride to Saguaro National Monument East. There is also access to a beautiful, private fishing lake. This is a true horse lover's paradise in the most equine friendly neighborhood in Southern Arizona. It is also perfect for bird watchers and anyone desiring a private mesquite bosque and a serene lifestyle located in the coveted Tanque Verde Wash riparian area. With all of this you will not want to leave but there are excellent schools, shopping and restaurants within a 10 minute drive. Nearby, there are other popular outdoor recreational attractions for endless riding, hiking, birding, ATVs at Redington Pass, Mt. Lemmon, Sabino Canyon, Seven Falls, Tanque Verde Falls and many more including hundreds of thousands of acres of the Coronado National Forest in the Rincon and Catalina Mountains and the Saguaro National Monument. Call today.
$725,000  •  8.82 acres
Build your Dream Home, Ski Cabin or Summer Getaway just 28 miles from the internationally known Kirkwood Ski Resort. This is a rare opportunity to own an 8.82-acre lot in Markleeville, one of California’s charming untouched towns offering complete peace and quiet. This property overlooks the town and is surrounded by gorgeous views of valleys and the Sierra Nevada Mountains covered with Pines, Douglas Fir and Cottonwood Trees, which change with the seasons. Centrally located 120 miles from Sacramento, CA, 30 miles from South Lake Tahoe and 70 miles to Reno, NV. Property Highlights: • Build your Dream Home, Ski Cabin or Summer Getaway • 28 Miles from Kirkwood Ski Resort • Overlooks Markleeville, one of California’s Charming Untouched Towns • Gorgeous Views of Valleys and the Sierra Nevada Mountains • Centrally located: o 120 miles from Sacramento, CA o 30 miles from South Lake Tahoe, CA o 70 miles to Reno, NV
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$895,000  •  1 acres
A rare opportunity to own an outdoor enthusiast’s dream home in the Colorado Rocky Mountains. This 3BR/2BA 3690 sf gem is on the amazing Alpine Loop in the most remote county in the lower 48, Hinsdale Cty, yet is just 11 mi outside the historic town of Lake City. Year-round access on the county road winds through a beautiful valley along the way. Discover the San Juan Mountains from the driveway with ATVs, bikes & 4-wheeled vehicles. Experience the history of old ghost towns & mining claims, while snapping photos of the breathtaking landscape rich with flora & fauna. Celebrated as the best place to enjoy wildflowers in all the Rockies, American Basin sits between this home & the summit of majestic Cinnamon Pass. Love to hike? Park at Grizzly Gulch on your way & bag 3 of the 5 14'ers surrounding the area! The Colorado Trail & the Continental Divide Trail are within 6 mi. in addition to many other trails & day hikes that explore the alpine zones. Love to fish? Enjoy a day 4 mi away on Lake San Cristobal or on many other lakes & streams nearby. Love winter sports? Experience miles of groomed snowmobile trails, ice climbing, ice fishing, skiing…There is an abundance of wildlife everywhere-moose, elk, deer, big horn sheep, bear, etc. This 3 BR, 2 BA home is built sturdy & uniquely features a massive Douglas Fir staircase, along with custom cabinets, wainscotings & trim that preserve the local historic sites of the Ute-Ulay mine & ghost town of Carson. The Kitchen features an antique wood cook stove for unique storage & a modern “Kitchen Queen” wood cook stove to provide heat that can’t be beat! The southern exposure of the large windows and the efficient Rinnai propane heater also contribute to the heating. Gaze at the views of Velvet Mountain, wildlife, & mature aspens, Douglas Fir, & Spruce trees from inside the home or from outside in the comfort of an Artic Spa hot tub. Finish off the 1440 sq ft basement to your liking. Extra storage is easy with 2 sheds & carport.
$178,500  •  0.34 acres
Here is a rare opportunity to own a .344-acre lot in downtown Markleeville, one of California’s charming untouched towns offering complete peace and quiet. Markleeville offers easy access to the internationally known Kirkwood Ski Resort just 28 miles away making it the perfect ski cabin or summer getaway and is surrounded by gorgeous views of the Sierra Nevada Mountains covered with Pines, Douglas Fir and Cottonwood Trees, which change with the seasons. Centrally located 120 miles from Sacramento, CA, 30 miles from South Lake Tahoe and 70 miles to Reno, NV. Note: This lot to be sold with the adjoining 8.82-acre lot also listed. Property Highlights: • Perfect Ski Cabin or Summer Getaway • Lot in Downtown Markleeville, One of California’s Charming Untouched Towns • Gorgeous Views of the Sierra Nevada Mountains • Easy Access to Kirkwood Ski Resort • Centrally located: o 120 miles from Sacramento, CA o 30 miles from South Lake Tahoe, CA o 70 miles to Reno, NV