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$13,414,350  •  14,502 acres
Comprised of some of the most well cared for acreage in Far West Texas.  Sweeping vistas, plateaus, mountains and canyons, abundant grass and water. This is Chihuahuan Desert hunting land at its best and a nature lover’s dream. This ranch has it all. 60 miles south of Marfa.
$3,750,000  •  4,743 acres
The 4,743± acre Little Lost River Valley Ranch is located in east central Idaho’s upper Little Lost River Valley surrounded by the majestic peaks of the Lemhi and Lost River ranges. With wide open views and no residential structures visible, the majesty of this “Old West” landscape is breathtaking. Summit Creek, a year-round spring creek that originates on adjoining federal lands, meanders through stands of alder and willow for more than three miles through the ranch and is home to robust populations of spirited rainbow and brook trout. Bordered by lands managed by the Salmon/Challis National Forest, Bureau of Land Management (BLM), and State of Idaho, the ranch’s views and natural setting are almost entirely protected from the intrusion of development. A conservation easement covering 1,950± acres of the property enhances this effect by protecting habitat for elk, deer, pronghorn, sage grouse, raptors, wading birds, and waterfowl. A custom-designed 600± square foot log cabin constructed in 2008 is perched above Summit Creek overlooking the creek and nearby wetlands. Every window of the cabin frames an extraordinary view, and the porch is the perfect spot to relax and watch the day begin and end. The cabin and its remarkable setting were featured on the cover of Mountain Living magazine in August 2012 and in Country Living in the fall of 2013. The ranch is accessible all year and situated midway between Sun Valley, Idaho and Jackson Hole, Wyoming, within easy reach from either community. Idaho Falls, Idaho and its commercial airport lie approximately two hours southeast of the property, while Salt Lake City, Utah is located just over four hours to the south.
$7,950,000  •  3,850 acres
The Nichols Horse Ranch consists of 3,610 deeded acres and 240 State of Wyoming lease acres for a total of 3,850 acres located 100 miles south of Jackson, Wyoming. The improvements at the headquarters include a beautiful, custom-built 3,911 sq. ft. home with four bedrooms, 3½ bathrooms and a deck with views of the Wyoming Mountain Range. There is an unattached, oversized shop and a large hay storage shed. The 2,600 sq. ft. horse barn includes a luxurious one bedroom, one bathroom apartment, stalls and runs with automatic waterers, and numerous loafing sheds. Horse facilities are pipe and continuous panel with two steel arenas and a round pen. The owners have historically run 60 head of horses, mares and colts along with 200 cow/calf pairs year-round. Two Zimmatic pivots irrigate 136 acres of high-quality grass/alfalfa hay and there is 525 acres of flood-irrigated native grass hay. The ranch produces adequate, high-quality hay to winter horses and livestock as well as allowing for premium hay sales nationwide. There are two sets of cattle working facilities which are easily accessible for gathering, shipping and turn-out. Those improvements include a covered alley and hydraulic squeeze chute with a functional set of pipe pens, outbuildings and livestock scale. This scenic ranch is located at the foot of the Wind River Mountain Range with views to the west of the Wyoming Mountain Range. The Nichols Ranch offers exceptional antelope hunting and trout fishing, along with other hunting opportunities for elk and deer.
$13,500,000  •  3,421 acres
The Lazy River Ranch is a well-rounded cattle and hay operation with an incredible recreational component on its 12.5± miles of trophy trout water on the New Fork River. Framed by the majestic peaks of the Wind River Mountain range, the New Fork is the uppermost tributary of the Green River and is considered one of Wyoming’s best trout streams, perhaps best known for its healthy number of large and aggressive brown trout, in addition to rainbows, cutthroat, and cutbows. Comprised of 3,421± deeded acres in Sublette County, the Lazy River Ranch is located in Boulder, WY, just 12 miles south of Pinedale, WY, and 1.5 hours south of Jackson, WY. The Ralph Wenz Field FBO and its 8,900 x 100 foot paved runway is just 5.5 miles from the ranch. The New Fork River is certainly the focal point of this incredible ranch. With its origins at nearly 10,000 feet above sea level in the Wind River Mountains, it flows through a narrow glacial canyon into the New Fork Lakes at the head of the drainage. From here, it makes its way south through Cora and Pinedale, picking up several springs and creeks along the way until it reaches the ranch some 38 miles downstream. There are two ways to experience the New Fork River as it meanders through the Lazy River Ranch, either through drift boat floating the 9.25± miles of the main stem of the river, or via comfortable and easy wade fishing throughout its bends, gravel bars, cottonwood and willow-lined islands, and braids on the lower reach of the ranch. Big brown trout are the name of the game on the New Fork. Considered by some local experts as having the highest population of 14 to 19 inch brown trout in the State of Wyoming, the New Fork is known for producing monster browns over 24 inches and seven pounds in size. Not to be overlooked, there are also healthy numbers of rainbow trout, cutthroat, and hybrids pushing 22 inches in size. From a production standpoint, the Lazy River Ranch is a year-round, owner-rated 220 head cow/calf operation with 1,000± irrigated acres under a total of seven irrigation pivots with average yields of 1.5 ton/acre on the pivot ground. There are 12 rotation pastures throughout the ranch’s contiguous acreage, all with water development for livestock. The ranch borders BLM on two sides and has a two-month BLM grazing permit on the Fremont Butte range along the southern boundary. There are two landlocked BLM parcels on the interior of the ranch. The ranch headquarters was methodically laid out and built by the current owners to complement the ranch’s cattle operation. There is a complete set of working and handling facilities which include a barn, shop and large machine storage, above-ground fuel tanks, extensive corral system, and a certified scale. In addition to various other outbuildings, including an equestrian area with horse shelters, paddocks, and an outdoor riding arena, there is also a 14,400± square foot indoor riding arena built in 2010 complete with stalls, tack room and a bathroom. There are several residences throughout the ranch. The owner’s home is a 1940’s Elks Lodge cabin from Lander, WY, which was relocated to the ranch in 2001. Set on a slightly elevated bench overlooking a beautiful bend in the river, the cabin was completely restored and remodeled into a charming two-bedroom, two-bath residence complete with all modern amenities. The manager’s home located next to the headquarters and overlooking the river corridor is a 3,200± square foot four bedroom, two and a half bath home built in 2000. Located towards the southern end of the ranch by the Lozier field is a three-bedroom, two-bath bunkhouse with two large, detached shop/garage buildings. The Facts: ~ 3,421± deeded acres in Boulder, WY, located 12 miles south of Pinedale, WY, and 1.5 hours south of Jackson Hole ~ Approximately 9.25 miles of New Fork River frontage on the main stem ~ Total fishable trout water is approximately 12.5 miles with established island braids of the “North and Middle Fork” sections of the New Fork on the Lozier field portion of the ranch ~ Lots of wildlife on the ranch, including deer, antelope, and moose, as well as birds of prey ~ Productive cattle and hay operation with seven pivots, owner-rated 220 head cow/calf operation ~ Senior water rights on 1,000± irrigated acres under pivot. Yields are approximately 1.5 ton/acre ~ BLM grazing lease on adjacent BLM lands. There are two 40± acre landlocked BLM parcels in the middle of the ranch ~ Main home is a restored log cabin with two bedrooms and two baths set on a slightly elevated bench overlooking the New Fork River ~ Other improvements include a 3,200± sq. ft. manager’s home, barn with 1,728± sq. ft. guest quarters above, bunkhouse (double-wide), 14,400± sq. ft. indoor riding arena, handling and shipping facilities, shop and outbuildings including a certified scale
$14,950,000  •  2,937 acres
Under Contract
Far from the displeasing crowds and noise, safely situated at the base of southwest Montana’s majestic Beaverhead Mountain Range and the famed Continental Divide, JY Bagby Ranch encompasses 2,937± acres of deeded land adjoining the Beaverhead National Forest in the historic Big Hole Valley of Montana. Surrounded by dramatic vistas of the Beaverhead, Pintlar and Pioneer Mountain Ranges, the Ranch is located near the small ranching town of Jackson and the historic ghost town of Bannock – both notable sites in Montana’s early history.
$7,500,000  •  1,780 acres
The historic 1240 +/- acre 3 Bar H Ranch lies along over 6 miles of the New Fork River East of Big Piney, Wyoming. The banks of the New Fork River served as an essential corridor for the Lander Trail which is a spur to the Oregon Trail. Covered Wagon ruts can still be seen on the grassy banks.
$2,821,590  •  1,172 acres
Price Reduced by 10%, only $2,407.50 per acre! The Lafayette 1172 Ranch is a quintessential Coastal Prairie habitat highlighted by the rich soils, abundant wildlife and native grasses this unique area has to offer. This 1172.42+/- acres are an ideal property for someone looking for a combination hunting and grazing ranch. Hunters know this area to be exceptional for duck, geese and sandhill cranes along with great deer and hog hunting! Ranchers know and appreciate the sandy loam soils, high annual rainfall and native grasses. Being only 100-miles southwest of Houston, this raw unimproved ranch is conveniently located and ready to be enjoyed. One is going to be hard pressed to find another recreational/grazing ranch of this caliber in such close proximity to the Houston Metroplex priced as attractively as the Lafayette 1172. Location: Located along CO 445, 3-miles north of Francitas, TX. Approximately 982+/- acres are located in Jackson County and 190+/- acres in Matagorda County. Wildlife, Hunting and Fishing: As previously noted, this area is known to have some of the best waterfowl hunting in Texas. Strategically located in the “funnel” of the Central Flyway and only 20-miles from the coast. Duck, geese and sandhill cranes are prolific! The natural 35-45 acre wetland area creates a native habitat for birds to flock to. Whitetail deer, dove and feral hogs are abundant with some very nice bucks being harvested in recent seasons. For the saltwater angler; Palacios is only 20-miles from the gate and boasts excellent bay fishing. One could easily improve the waterfowl hunting even more by creating additional wetlands. Topography, Rangeland and Habitat: Over 70% of the ranches soil composition is Texana fine sandy loam which is conducive to intense grazing and moderate farming practices. The topography is generally flat with open rangeland. There is a fair amount of Mcartney hedge spread throughout. Historically, this area receives 45-inches of rainfall annually. Water: There is a natural 35-45 acre wetland area. There are also, irrigation canals running throughout the property not currently in use. One domestic well is located at the barn with irrigation pipes running to multiple troughs within the property. Fencing: Fencing is fair in general with lots of cross fencing in-place creating 10 separate pastures. Improvements: There is an older 75X80 foot metal barn with a concrete slab. Large doors on 2 sides make moving equipment in and out easy. Next to the barn is a set of pipe pens with a shoot for working cattle. Electricity: Electricity is available on the property. At the barn area there is a 240 volt/30 amp plug with a 20X60 pad for an RV. There is another 240 volt/30 amp plug with a 20X60 pad for an RV located off the easement road which also has a waterline. Minerals: Property being sold as Surface Only; no minerals are being offered or owned by the current surface owner. There is no production or lease currently on the property. Easements: A Deeded Easement to the neighboring ranch exists. This easement is not the ranches primary or only access and is used as needed. There are multiple pipeline easements traversing the property. Taxes: The property is taxed at 1-D-1 Ag Value in Jackson County. The Matagorda County acreage recognized as being owned by the current owner is in 1-D-1. Showing: All showings must be scheduled at least 24-hrs in advance. Seller reserves the right to pre-qualify any potential buyers prior to a showing. Price: $2,821,590 ($2,407.50 per acre)
$10,725,000  •  613 acres
Framed by the majestic Teton Mountain Range to the east, the 613± acre Badger Creek Canyon Ranch represents a truly unique offering in southeast Idaho’s coveted Teton Valley. Located at the north end of the valley, the ranch offers a diverse blend of rolling cropland set atop the tree-lined canyon rim with both sides of 2.5± miles of Badger Creek flowing through at the bottom. An excellent trout stream, this section of Badger Creek is unique in the sense that it is fed by large natural springs flowing out of the canyon walls, thus improving the habitat for the native Yellowstone cutthroat trout that call these waters home. Bordering public lands along its western and northern boundaries, the ranch provides excellent habitat for the area’s big game species, including elk and mule deer. The canyon serves as a critical migration corridor for big game as they head west in the late fall to their winter range along the Teton River Canyon and lower elevations. For the avid wing shooter, healthy numbers of native sharp-tailed grouse and Hungarian partridge can also be found on the ranch and adjacent public lands. The Badger Creek Canyon ranch sits on a peninsula with Bitch Creek along the northern boundary, Badger Creek along the south, and both streams joining the Teton River at the point of the peninsula to the west. All three fisheries are considered some of the best native Yellowstone cutthroat trout streams in the region. The charming resort town of Driggs is located just a short 25-minute drive from the ranch. Home to Grand Targhee Ski Resort located on the west slope of the Teton Mountain range, Driggs offers all the essential mountain town amenities, including restaurants, grocery stores, outdoor recreation shops and outfitters, farm and ranch stores, a hospital, and full-service FBO at Driggs-Reed Memorial Airport. Jackson Hole is located an hour from the ranch and is the gateway to Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks. With 2.5± miles of trophy trout water flowing through the ranch, diverse topography and landscapes, big game and upland bird hunting opportunities, the Badger Creek Canyon Ranch represents a blank canvas with an array of recreational attributes along with a small farming component in a highly desirable location.
$2,900,000  •  512 acres
Historic Farm for Sale in Central Kentucky Property Location: E Meadow Creek Road, Campbellsville, Kentucky, 42718 Listing Price: $2,900,000 Cropland -Timberland-Hunting-Recreational Located in Taylor and Green county Kentucky, this historic farm boasts over 512± acres that includes timber, productive crop land, and abundant wildlife. The property also features a home stayed in occasionally by Andrew Jackson, the seventh president of the United States. See below for more details: • 512± Acres o 312± acres of timber & woodlands o 200± acres of productive cropland o Includes Home built in 1802  Visited by Andrew Jackson - 7th President of the United States  Home in need of repair but has 4 layers of brick and mortar, oak foundation, & poplar floors mostly in tact  Payne Stewart visited this farm with plans to design & development of a premier golf course o Wooded timber lands and food plots planted with clover to attract the residence deer and turkey o Manicured trails and paths - a portion of the farm was a part of the Lexington-Nashville Stage Coach route • Location: o E Meadow Creek Road (Hwy 3098) and Hogards Chapel Road (old county road) are the two points of ingress/egress o Less than 15± minutes away from Kroger & Wal-Mart, & business districts of Campbellsville o 2± hours from Lexington, Louisville, Bowling Green, Somerset and Elizabethtown, KY Reach out for more details or to schedule your private inspection! 270.791.5583• UCHeartlandAuctions.com United Country | Heartland Realty & Auction Ron Kirby, Owner/Partner/Broker ronkirbyauctioneer@gmail.com Visit Website for full terms. Each franchise is independently owned & operated.
$1,400,000  •  444 acres
The 444+/- deeded acre Government Creek Ranch offers much in the way of operational and recreational capabilities with irrigated hay meadows, functional improvements and senior water rights. The Ranch is located just outside the small community of Cowdrey in the highly sought-after alpine valley of North Park just 10+/- miles north of the bustling small town of Walden.
$2,160,000  •  260 acres
Weber Canyon Ranch is located at 7,000' elevation just 3 miles south from the town of Mancos in the fertile Weber Canyon. Weber Creek runs through the western edge of the ranch year round. This productive ranch borders 7,000 acres of BLM land, offering endless opportunities for recreation. No HOA, no covenants, and no conservation easement. Low ag taxes of only $1,482.12 a year. The 260 acre property offers a combination of natural beauty, an excellent location with year-round access, tons of wildlife, agricultural productivity, mineral rights, and it's less than 10 minutes to town! The ranch includes senior water rights from both the Mancos River and Jackson Reservoir, and it has a spring fed pond that holds water year round. Water rights consist of 3.167 CFS from the Mancos River, plus an additional 170 acre feet from JacksonReservoir. There are 7 gravity fed pressurized side rolls (no pumping bills), 1 side roll with a pump, and 3 K-line sprinklers. The ranch will typically produce approximately 10,000 bales (65 lbs each) of hay between two cuttings, and then graze about 200 head of cattle after the second cutting. Seller believes they own 1/8 of the mineral rights. All mineral rights belonging to seller will transfer to buyer. Improvements consist of a 3 bedroom ranch home, an older shop with 220 electric, pole barn, and a hay barn. Weber Canyon Ranch would be a great candidate for a conservation easement, or it has potential for a rural development with its central water line and fabulous location borderingBLM. It is less than 10 minutes to Mancos, 40 minutes to Durango, and 1 hour 45 minutes to Telluride.
$3,200,400  •  240 acres
The Shoshone Ridge Ranch is a recreational retreat located 62 miles south of Jackson Hole. The ranch features a 2,850± square foot six-bedroom, six-bathroom lodge sitting atop the landmark Shoshone Ridge, overlooking the Salt River, with sweeping views of the Salt River Valley, and Caribou Mountains and Bridger Teton ranges. While largely encompassing hillside uplands, the 240± acres offers two spring-fed creeks, that run year-round, and 110± acres of sub-irrigated meadows. The lodge is accessed from paved county roads that are open year-round and sits at the end of a mile-long private drive; offering privacy, yet with easy access to several rural communities in Star Valley. The ranch is within two miles of public access to float the Salt River and just over an hour’s drive from Grand Teton National Park and the South entrance to Yellowstone. Additionally, there are hundreds of thousands of acres of Forest Service lands within a few miles of the ranch, offering; hiking, big game hunting, horseback riding and ATV trails. Co-listed with Ken Dunn of Sage Realty Group. The Facts: ~ Location – Nine miles north of Afton and 62 miles south of Jackson Hole. ~ Acreage – 240± deeded acres. ~ Taxes - $2,826 estimated based upon past years. ~ Acreage Breakdown – 110± sub-irrigated, 130± native range. ~ Water Resources – 1.5± miles of two spring creeks and a well for the main house. ~ Improvements – 2,850 square foot, six-bedroom six-bathroom main home – stunning views. ~ Operation – Summer grazing is leased to a local rancher. ~ Recreational attributes – Huge potential to develop spring creek for fishing and waterfowl. Moose, elk and deer pass through regularly and hiking, riding, four wheeling, and snowmobiling are all excellent. ~ Summary – Lovely lodge on a small but diverse parcel with potential to develop spring creek.
$12,000,000  •  230 acres
Approximate: 230+/- Acres Agricultural 100+/- Acres Business B1 Light Industry L1
$2,250,000  •  195.9 acres
Deep Creek Ranch is located less than 5 miles from the town of Mancos with sweeping, unobstructed views of the La Plata Mountains to the east, Mesa Verde National Park to the south, and Sleeping Ute Mountain to the southwest. No Covenants and No HOA. The sustainable and isolated, yet not remote, 196 acre property consists of 3 parcels with dead-end access at the end of a well maintained county road. Its’ scenic setting and diverse topography consisting of irrigated hayfields, Deep Creek Canyon with multiple creeks, and panoramic mountain views make it one of the prettiest ranches in all of Southwestern Colorado. It offers a combination of natural beauty, an excellent location with year-round access, a ridiculous amount of wildlife, agricultural productivity, one of the most sophisticated and efficient irrigation systems in the entire state, and it's only 35 minutes to downtown Durango. The ranch has 7 shares of Bauer Reservoir Irrigation (totaling 105 acre feet), plus an additional45 acre feet of project water from Jackson Reservoir. In addition to the domestic water tap through Mancos Rural Water District, there are also2 permitted water wells. There is a paid additional Mancos Rural water tap for the buyer that desires to build another home on the ranch. The 4ponds provide excellent waterfowl habitat and provide water for the big game animals that frequent the ranch. The 69 big guns provide gravity fed irrigation (no pumping bills) and can be operated wirelessly by blue tooth. These 69 irrigation guns have enough pressure they do not rely upon electricity from the grid. To ensure this ranch maintains to be a wildlife sanctuary for future generations, Montezuma Land Conservancy holds a Conservation Easement on the ranch. Additional building envelopes are in place for the buyer looking to expand the improvements.Improvements consist of 3,000+ sq ft custom 3 bedroom home with one level living, a 1200 sq ft 3 bedroom guest home, a 750 sq ft studio, a 2,000 sq ft workshop with concrete floor and 220 electricity, a 2,200 sq ft barn with water, electricity and office, a 1,500 sq ft barn with water, electricity, and tack room, a 2,300 sq ft hay barn, a 1,200 sq ft loafing shed with frost free hydrants and automatic livestock waterers, a 250 sq ft3 season greenhouse, a 768 sq ft high tunnel, and an additional 650 sq ft garage. The main home was remodeled in 2018 with all new windows, new garage, new tile, creation of library upstairs, and new deck. This beautiful ranch is located at 7000' elevation with excellent southern exposure. Annual taxes are only $4,758.68.
Contact for Price  •  185 acres
185 ± Acres Over 1 mile Red River frontage Several ponds & marshes Excellent tree and brush coverage Old rock house Well water Rural water & electricity accessible Great recreational options Abundant native wildlife
$1,170,000  •  145 acres
Weber Canyon Ranch is located at 7,000' elevation just 3 miles south from the town of Mancos in the fertile Weber Canyon. This productive ranch borders 7,000 acres of BLM land, offering endless opportunities for recreation. No HOA, no covenants, and no conservation easement.Low ag taxes of only $1,482.12 a year. This 145 acre property offers a combination of natural beauty, an excellent location with year-round access, tons of wildlife, agricultural productivity, mineral rights, and it's less than 10 minutes to town! The ranch includes senior water rights from both the Mancos River and Jackson Reservoir, and it has a spring fed pond that holds water year round. Water rights consist of 1.5 CFS from the Mancos River, plus an additional 70 acre feet from Jackson Reservoir. There are 2 gravity fed pressurized side rolls (no pumping bills), 1side roll with a pump, and 3 K-line sprinklers. Seller believes they own 1/8 of the mineral rights. All mineral rights belonging to seller will transfer to buyer. Improvements consist of a 3 bedroom ranch home, an older shop with 220 electric, and pole barn. Weber Canyon Ranch would be a great candidate for a conservation easement, or it has potential for a rural development with its central water line and fabulous location bordering BLM. It is less than 10 minutes to Mancos, 40 minutes to Durango, and 1 hour 45 minutes to Telluride.
$1,170,000  •  114 acres
Weber Canyon Ranch is located at 7,000' elevation just 3 miles south from the town of Mancos in the fertile Weber Canyon.This is the western portion of the ranch consisting of approximately 114 acres. Weber Creek runs through the western edge of this ground year round. This productive ranch borders BLM land, offering endless opportunities for recreation. No HOA, no covenants, and no conservation easement. This 114 acre property offers a combination of natural beauty, an excellent location with year-round access, tons of wildlife, agricultural productivity, mineral rights, and it's less than 10 minutes to town!The ranch includes senior water rights from both the Mancos River and Jackson Reservoir. Water rights include 60 shares of the Mancos River consisting of approximately 1 CFS, priority # 54. 40 shares of the Mancos River consisting of approximately 0.667 CFS, priority # 28. 100 acre feet of water delivered through Jackson Gulch. All gravity fed pressurized side rolls (no pumping bills). Seller believes they own 1/8 of the mineral rights. All mineral rights belonging to seller will transfer to buyer. Weber Canyon Ranch would be a great candidate for a conservation easement, or it has potential for a rural development with its central water line and fabulous location bordering BLM. It is less than 10 minutes to Mancos, 40minutes to Durango, and 1 hour 45 minutes to Telluride.
$279,900  •  94 acres
The Lake at Knob Hill is a sportsman's dream. This property would make for the perfect deer camp. It has a 2-acre lake and 90 acres of excellent deer and turkey hunting as well as small game hunting! There are plenty of vantage points for great deer hunting. This parcel is located only 15 minutes from Cape Girardeau and is in one of the best school districts around in Jackson school districts. It is also located only within about 1 1/2 hours from St. Louis, Missouri. The property has an extensive trail system throughout making it perfect for utv or atv riding. In addition, there is electric close by. The property offers many great building spots with amazing views of Cape Girardeau County. Whether you are looking to grab a rifle, fishing pole, or just find a good place to hang your hat and be private and secluded this is the place for you.
$850,000  •  85 acres
NEW TO THE MARKET! A rare property in Jackson County! Just south of the Wyoming border with great access off of HWY 127 sits an incredible modern home with electricity to the house on 85 acres. It is bordered on the east by HWY 127 and on the west by National Forest. Great hunting, fishing, hiking, and snowmobiling are all right here!
$975,000  •  60 acres
Country Home with Hunting Land For Sale in Ionia County, Michigan I am not sure what I love more about this new listing...the beautiful custom built home or the rolling terrain of the woods and fields making up approx. 60 acres! Clarksville, MI | House with Land For Sale Let's start with the home first. The home was built in 2009 by Eastbrook Homes out of Grand Rapids. It has approx. 3260 finished square feet with 5 beds and 3.5 baths. The master bed is on the main floor, there are 2 more bed rooms in the second level and 2 more in the walk out lower level. An office and a bath join the 2 bed rooms in the upper level. A second kitchen, family room and utility room join the other 2 bedrooms and bath in the walk out lower level. There is a great 12x14 'Michigan' room on the main level that gives you views of the surrounding farmland and woods. Just outside the walkout lower level is a nice sitting area with a built in fire pit. The hardwood flooring is bamboo. The great room on the first level has electric wired to the blinds in the upper level for ease of blocking off sunlight. The home is cooled and heated by a closed loop geothermal system. A whole home generator system gives peace of mind during a storm or power outage whether you are home or away. The septic tanks have just been pumped out and a water test is being conducted. The garage is insulated and drywalled. The drive way has been given a fresh layer of crushed asphalt. Next to the home sits a 30x40 pole barn. A small pond also sits near the home, its ready for a dredging and a liner or layer of clay to keep the water from leeching out. Ionia County, MI | Hunting & Recreational Land For Sale This tillable and wooded acreage appears to be full of wildlife from the deer browse on the soybeans to the turkey tracks and feathers all over. The soil goes from low land muck (imagine 10 foot tall giant ragweed) to upland rolling hardwoods that has cottonwood, hard maple, and walnut ready to be harvested. There is quite an elevation change from the wooded portion in the center of the property to the wooded portion in the back. 2 water sources in the front of the property and a stream/county drain run across the property about 3/4 of the way back. There are some pretty good trail camera pics in the photos section. Currently there are 20 acres of tillable land that the seller is renting to a local farmer, an additional 10 acres could also go into Ag production. Location of this Michigan Country Home for Sale 9752 Jackson Rd. has a Clarksville address and is in the Lakewood school district and county of Ionia. Jackson Rd is a paved road and its pavement all the way to I-96 which is about 7 minutes away, then its just about 15 minutes to get to Grand Rapids, and easy commute for someone working in or around Beer City, USA. If its fishing you also love, then Morrison Lake and Jordan Lake are just minutes away. For the golf lover, Morrison Lake Country Club is a mile down the road. What does the seller love about this property? "I'm a nature lover, but also enjoy the comforts of living in a country, executive, craftsman style, smart home. This place has it all, from watching wildlife (deer, turkey, pheasants, cranes and wood ducks landing in the pond) from the Michigan room or deck while drinking your morning coffee to enjoying the woods, water, tillable acres and hunting blinds. It also is conveniently located to shopping, airports and fishing lakes of Morrison, Jordan and Sessions, and a golf course one mile up the road. It was built with environmentally friendly products and energy efficient, is low maintenance, has an in-law suite, and a hard wired security system, whole house automatic Generac generator and cord cutting smart WiFi. I love the 30x40 pole barn with 30 amp connection for my RV, and storage for the rest of the toys. Come see your dream home! You won't be disappointed!" For more country homes for sale, go to United Country Real Estate! Listing ID: 21023-90921
$7,250,000  •  44.79 acres
The Longhorn Ranch Motel and RV Resort sits along the banks of the Wind River about three miles from the middle of downtown Dubois, Wyoming. The well developed property includes a highly rated motel, RV sites and tent camping, horse back rides, fishing and a full compliment of amenities, including guest laundry facilities, dog park, store, showers, etc. for any travelers needs, making this a great opportunity!
$659,900  •  44 acres
Farm with Hunting Land & Ranch Home For Sale in Humboldt, TN 5 BR, 3 BA home 4900 +/- sq ft home- w/ HOME WARRANTY-for sale near Alamo TN    Situated on 44 beautiful acres, this property offers plenty of room for social distancing inside and out. Ease off the highway and enjoy the drive up to the home.  View the large Oak Trees, Crepe Myrtles and multiple fruit trees that line drive way.  The 22 x 12 Kitchen offers a JENN AIR RANGE & VENT HOOD, double ovens, custom oak cabinets, beautiful granite counter tops & tiled backsplash , an island & a breakfast nook in the bay window.  Enjoy family times in the 26 x 20 Living Room & holiday meals in the 16 x 12 Formal Dining Room. Then take a nap in the 28 x 10 Sun Room with sliding doors.  The main level showcases gleaming hardwood floors.  There are 3 BR & 2 BA--w/ granite counter tops and tiled showers.  The Master Bathroom is also handicapped accessible.  The finished basement includes a 30 x 28 Rec Room with a full kitchen, 2 more bedrooms, and a full bath! There is room to bring your pool table and still have space for a media/home theater area!  This property also has a full size tennis court, 54 X 40 Shop that is heated and cooled with an office.  24 X 14 Utility shed- 36 X 25 implement shed.  There are 44 ac +/- with 32 tillable acres +/- which is income producing.  There is a Mobile home on the opposite end of the property that has a long time renter.    Enjoy freshly picked fruit from the Pear, Plumb, and Crabapple Trees and Muscadine Vines  Quietly watch the deer, birds, and other wildlife. Sit back on your deck or 2 covered porches & enjoy your morning coffee & take in breathtaking sunsets.  Relax in the quiet evenings & listen for the Whippoorwills.  Just minutes to Humboldt & Jackson. Call Today for a private showing! For more properties like this, go to United Country Real Estate! Listing ID: 41087-30489
$79,900  •  10.04 acres
View property on the edge of Yreka! This 10 +/- acre property is on the west edge within the city limits with easy access from the end of Jackson Street. The terrain is mostly timbered hillside with some open areas and pretty views out over the edge of Yreka and the hills beyond. Per owner provided documentation, there is a city waterline on the western property line with recorded easement. There is cell service on the property and power at the edge of the parcel along Jackson St. Call today for more details! This parcel is located just minutes from shopping, restaurants & more, in the small city of Yreka. Yreka has a population of just under 8,000 and is the county seat of Siskiyou County. It’s at an elevation of approx. 2500 feet, with an average summer high of 88 degrees. The area gets an average of 17 inches of rainfall and 20 inches of snowfall – so you’ll get to enjoy all 4 seasons. Yreka has a small hospital, other medical offices, groceries, hardware stores, and a great little historic downtown section of shopping, restaurants, etc. Here, you’re truly in northern California, about a half hour from the Oregon border. Siskiyou County is known for its beautiful scenery, thousands and thousands of acres of national forest, and a myriad of outdoor recreational opportunities including hiking, biking, horseback riding, skiing, trout fishing, golf and more. Make plans to visit this beautiful part of California today! Property Highlights: • 10.04 +/- Acres • Located Within the City Limits • West Side of Yreka • City Waterline on Western Property Line • Zoned R1 • Electricity Along Jackson St Edge of Property • Cell Reception • Largely Timbered Hillside • Easy Access • Pretty Views