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$7,550,000  •  1,881 acres
New Opportunity! Now available as one or two parcels on the renown Antelope Hill or buy both parcels and save.  +/- 1,109 acres with orchard for $5,900,000  +/- 772 acres of prime development ground for $1,990,000 This is a great opportunity for a fruit grower but possibly an even better move for a developer as prime building lots are increasingly tough to find in Western Colorado. Both properties offer outstanding development opportunities with excellent water rights and incredible views. ...
$6,800,000  •  1,750 acres
HUGE CONSERVATION VALUE! Canyon Rim Ranch, best described after its 1,750+- acres positioning along the impressive rim of the Black Canyon National Park, just 15 minutes outside Montrose, and an hour from Ouray and Telluride.
$3,900,000  •  1,666 acres
Very private, scenic, and beautiful 1666+/- acre Glade Park ranch with a high desert appeal with elevations of 7,000’ – 7,600’. Water, water, water – with several adjudicated springs and ponds (some with trout) and approximately 2 miles of seasonal Bieser Creek. Has 120+/- irrigated and sub-irrigated acres in hay, domestic well, small cabin, shop, barn, water rights, BLM allotment and so much more. Recreational paradise with hiking, biking, trail rides, fishing, wildlife and more. Located in GMU 40 for exceptional trophy elk and deer hunting in the Fall. Year-round access and a short, but very scenic 40-minute drive from Grand Junction.
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$2,450,000  •  1,400 acres
$3,000,000
This 1400+/- acres is a true diamond situated in the beautiful rugged sandstone canyons, natural arches and alcoves of Glade Park/Pinon Mesa. With elevations of 6500' to 6700' and in close proximity to both the McInnis Canyons National Conservation Area and Black Ridge Canyons Wilderness Area, it feels like your very own wilderness setting. Part of this acreage (1212+/- acres) is under a conservation easement which allows for two building sites, plus this 1212+/- acres can be split one more time. An excellent livestock grazing parcel w/two water wells with the main well at 5 GPM and serves three water tanks. Has two springs, borders BLM and has year round access from DS Rd, BS Rd, and 11.5 Rd. Located in GMU 40 with exceptional trophy elk & deer hunting in the later Oct/Nov rifle seasons. Only 30 minutes to Grand Junction. Additional acreage available for purchase.
$5,750,000  •  1,229 acres
At the Land Doctors, we've run across our fair share of great ranches over the years. We've listed ranches like Cattlemen's and Steward Ranch that were outstanding examples of highly productive ranches. Springwater Ranch was a great example of a ranch with tons of superb fishing lakes. Coppedge River Ranch was one of those places that had just the right mix of upland pastures and fertile river bottom. Buck Lake Ranch was a perfect example of wildlife management at its best. Spring Creek Ranch was a property filled with so much natural beauty that you just couldn't look away. We are now ready to add Little River Ranch to our list of great ranches but this time it's not because it has one or two great attributes. Rather, this 1229-acre ranch has them all. The property has 1.5 miles of frontage on a quiet paved highway. Drive out the entry gate and you are just a 50-mile drive from downtown OKC. Tecumseh is the closest, decent sized town and is only 13 miles away. Not a bad location for someone who wants to be close to everything but still enjoy a peaceful rural setting. Whether it's a cattle ranch or recreational ranch, productivity is strongly rooted in the combination of soils and water resources and quite frankly, you can't talk about one without mentioning the other due to the interrelations between both. River bottom soils are deposited and replenished over the eons by the transportation of soils down the river from other areas. Over the ages, these soils buildup in the floodplains along the river channels to create a deep, rich topsoil that supports tremendous growth of forage and trees. It's in these areas that you see massive pecan trees growing, and, in fact, these trees were used as indicators of fertile soils by the early Oklahoma settlers. Today, we can take a more scientific approach to understanding the soils by looking at soil surveys. Little River Ranch has 55 percent of its acreage blanketed by Class 2 soils. These soils are found along 2.5 miles of Little River frontage, 1 mile of Jim Creek frontage and 0.6 mile of Indian Creek frontage. In addition, there are 22 ponds on the property with the four largest being between 3 and 7 acres in size and located around the main house. Although not a water source for the ranch, the Atoka water pipeline also runs beneath the property on its way to the OKC metro. This area receives 41 inches of rainfall per year on average, which is more than enough to keep the ponds full and the river and creeks running. The flow on this stretch of Little River is greatly impacted by the amount released from Thunderbird Lake just 9 miles upstream. In general, the flow of water down the river is moderated by this lake. However, as with any river, there are times that it can get out of its banks. Fortunately, the owner has maintained a dense growth of trees along the river to create a buffer zone that both prevents bank erosion and also acts a filter barrier to minimize the number of limbs and other debris that wash out of the river into the pastures. In addition, a series of masterfully designed and beautifully contoured drainage swales quickly drain water off the property into the river and in the process strikes an amazing balance of maintaining moisture in the pasture soils without allowing them to become waterlogged. This combination of fertile soils and abundant water resources is further enhanced by the owner's attention to pasture management. Over the last two decades, the owner has established the densest most impressive growth of legumes we've ever seen on a ranch. After the initial seeding of the ranch with arrowleaf clover, the seed heads have been allowed to reach maturity before any weed spraying or haying is attempted each year. By doing this, the initial hay cutting causes a tremendous release of clover seed year after year culminating in the tremendous growth now seen. Arrowleaf clover adds roughly 100 pounds of nitrogen back to the soil per acre during the growing season. With a strong base of Bermuda grass growing under the Arrowleaf, that means that as soon as the first cutting removes the clover, the Bermuda will exhibit tremendous growth utilizing this natural source of nitrogen through the rest of the growing season. Given the cost of commercial fertilizers, that's a huge cost savings. The cross fencing of the 12 plus pastures and working pens of the property were also thoughtfully designed. A catch pen is located at the junction of the river bottom pastures and is connected to the main working pens by a long pipe and sucker rod lane. Once the cattle arrive at the pie-shaped working pens, they can be moved through a central hub connected to the pens or the chute while they are being worked and sorted. A second set of working pens and shed can also be found in the pastures on the east side of the highway. The design on this set includes a large hold pen connected to six smaller sorting pens that each connect to a chute leading to the headgates. In the process of developing this ranch, the owner had a tremendous vision for how to the leave behind a pleasant scattering of oak and pecan trees. The views from the hills down into the river bottom are ideal. You are naturally drawn to look down across the trees and lakes toward the river. Maybe the best way to describe it is that it looks like a golf course. In addition, he placed the main house on a prominent hill overlooking the lakes and the river bottom below. The home is a barndominium style structure constructed of heavy 1 ft I beams with an outside dimension of 115 ft by 50 ft. The living area is a two-story arrangement with a bedroom and 1 1/2 baths downstairs and another bed and full bath upstairs. The kitchen and living room have a great view of the bulk of the ranch and there is also a nice porch to sit on and take it all in. A second smaller home sits in an equally beautiful spot. It is in need of repairs. It could be repaired and updated to create a nice place for visitors or a ranch hand to stay. Alternatively, if the next owner wanted a home larger than the current main home, this would be an ideal place to build once the existing smaller home was removed. Lastly, we saw deer in almost every pasture while on the ranch. The ponds are stocked with bass and crappie. Several majestic bald eagles also frequent the ranch. We also think that there are some good spots to build a wetland area for some top-notch waterfowl hunting along the river. If you are looking for a top notch, turnkey operation, please call Steve Owen at 580 231 2386.
$1,700,000  •  1,174.48 acres
The Kahlotus Cattle Ranch consists of 1174 acres and borders 640 acres of DNR land. This ranch has had many new cattle ranching upgrades to include new fencing, underground water lines with frost free faucets running back to the second section of land. There is a new double feed lot with permanent feeders running down both sides of the alley. This ranch features an original 1930's era farm house and large historic 2500 sq ft barn.
$38,647,000  •  1,123 acres
The Farm on the Colorado is a resource-filled, legacy investment opportunity consisting of a 1,123± acre ranch in the bustling Colorado River valley west of Glenwood Springs. The Farm is likely the largest flat, irrigated expanse on a single, private property in the entire I-70 corridor through the rugged Rocky Mountain stretch between Denver and Grand Junction and identified in Garfield County‘s Comprehensive Plan as a prime location for future development. The area is primarily a Ski Country bedroom community, located an hour from the Aspen and Vail areas. While it possesses a Glenwood Springs address, the property is located within the Town of New Castle’s Urban Growth Boundary and adjacent to the town border, so depending on a new owner’s plans it can be ripe for annexation. Contact Tommy Latousek for more information.
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$3,270,000  •  752.58 acres
$3,750,000
Are you searching for an amazing working Colorado ranch property to call your own? Look no further than the Trahern River Ranch, a historic ranch property just outside of Rifle Colorado. The Trahern River Ranch is 752.58 acres of irrigated fields, pinion and juniper forests and River Frontage, all with incredible views. At the heart of this ranch is 250 acres of irrigated hay meadows and pastureland, which will allow you to raise, graze and winter livestock and horses. This pastureland is also a year-round home to multiple species of wildlife including deer, elk, and wild turkeys. The property is also frequented by bears, mountain lions and other small game animals. Quick access to public land in the area enhances the potential for wildlife viewing, hunting, hiking, snowshoeing and snowmobiling. Water is a primary feature of this property. The ranch boasts 2.5 miles of Colorado River frontage which offers great waterfowl hunting and fishing. Multiple ponds, springs, streams and ditches are sprinkled throughout the ranch property. Improvements on the ranch include a main home, barn and multiple support outbuildings, working cattle pens and facilities. Access to all parts of the ranch is easily obtained via well maintained county hard surfaced roads as well as great auxiliary road access. The nearest town is Rifle which is a short 15-minute drive from the ranch for local shopping and restaurants. The larger city of Grand Junction, and its regional airport, is only an hour's drive to the west. The visual impact of the property is impossible to ignore. Framing this beautiful Colorado ranch are spectacular 360-degree views, highlighted by the Anvil Points area of the Book Cliffs which soar almost straight upward 5000 feet from the Colorado River valley floor. Views of the Mamm's Peak area and Cache Creek drainage are also available to the East and South. The scenery here is truly one of a kind. This is an amazing opportunity to acquire an incredible river front property. Check out this impressive Colorado ranch today.
Contact for Price  •  667 acres
667 ± Acres Sits on the outskirts of Junction, Texas Overlooks the South Llano River Incredible views of surrounding Hill Country One well and city water available Excellent brush coverage Frontage on I10, FM 2169 and CR 481 Ag exempt taxes Endless opportunities for multiple ventures
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$1,495,000  •  667 acres
$2,175,000
Welcome to San Antonio Valley Ranch. Your Bay Area retreat awaits with this 667 +/- acres near the junction of Mines Rd and Highway 130. In Santa Clara County, an hour and a half from Silicon Valley and 2 hours from San Francisco, this land is spread over 3 parcels, including 3 ponds, San Antonio Creek, and an abundance of wildlife. Build your dream home with frontage on San Antonio Road on the front parcel of 163-+ acres, or simply enjoy the freedom of nature on your ATV and horses or bask in the sights and sounds of dear, quail, and wild boar on the back 2 parcels of 504-+ acres. Rolling Hills with Flat Land on the front 163 acres. Back Parcels with the San Antonio Creek running through it, fully fenced, some steep terrain with roads providing access to most of the land. 3 year-round damned ponds used for cattle watering, ducks, and enjoyment. Quail Waterer in place for the smaller wildlife. Oak Trees throughout, with open grasslands and thick brush on the steeper parts of the property. Property Highlights: • 3 Separate Parcels totaling 667+- Acres • 3 Damned year-round ponds • Fenced Pastures, currently used for Cattle • Oak trees, coyote bush, and grasslands • San Antonio Creek runs through the property • Wild Boar, Quail, Deer, Turkeys, and Elk roam the property and surrounding areas • Plenty of usable land to build a residential home • New fire station minutes from the property • Junction store minutes away, open on the weekends • Perfect location for a Private Residence, Hunting Retreat, Cattle Ranch, Equestrian Use
$2,644,044  •  388.83 acres
Located halfway between Harper and Junction in Kimble County, the ±388-acre P. Bode Ranch offers Hill Country living on a scale that is increasingly hard to find. Although most Hill Country ranches of this size are far off the beaten path, access to the P. Bode Ranch is easy. The entrance fronts on CR 442, which is about 3 miles north of the US-290. As another reference point, the ranch is about 6 miles from the intersection of I-10 and US-290. P. Bode Ranch is within easy reach of the coveted small-town amenities of Fredericksburg, Junction and Kerrville. The bright lights of both Austin and San Antonio are about 90 minutes away. The gently rolling hills, covered with native grasses and a mixture of live oak and cedar, provide a blank canvas of opportunity. Although the elevation changes are gradual, stunning views—the ones that make the Hill Country one of Texas' most beloved regions—still abound. While it has been used primarily as a cow-calf operation, the ranch is home to a variety of native wildlife including white-tailed deer, wild turkeys, and feral hogs. The exterior fences are functional game-proof; the interior fences are traditional net wire. A water well with an electric pump and a concrete holding tank serve the needs of livestock and wildlife. For those looking to create a one-of-a-kind life against the beautiful backdrop of the Hill Country, the P. Bode Ranch offers the opportunity on a rare scale. To see the P. Bode Ranch for yourself and stake a personal claim, call Jeffrey C. Hood with Hood Real Inc. at (830) 431-1177. The ranch is listed for $6,800/acre. (Additional acreage can be purchased for the same price per acre.)
$1,360,000  •  340 acres
The Cliffs Ranch is a 340 acre ranch located in the southeastern corner of Hughes County, about seven miles west of McAlester Army Ammunition Depot and seven miles southeast of Stuart, OK. The ranch has no improvements other than exterior fencing and some cross fencing but what it lacks in manmade features, it makes up for in natural beauty. True to its name, there are some big elevation changes on the ranch with the most striking being a nearly vertical 80 foot drop from the upland pasture down to Piney Creek bottom. This transition is comprised primarily of sandstone outcrops and blanketed by oaks. About 1/3 of the property is open pasture and the rest is a mixture post oak, blackjack, pine and cedar on the high ground with larger red oak, birch, elm, and sycamores along the creeks. The growth of paper bark birch and river cane along the creeks are good indicators of year around water flows as these species require abundant water to thrive. The creeks run clear but with a attractive tannin tint to them. Caney Boggy Creek runs for 5000 feet east to west through the ranch and Piney Creek runs an additional 4500 feet north to south. The two creeks intersect in the southern portion of the ranch and has 17 acres of open sandy loam soils found in two creekside meadows. This combination of future food plots and mature timber at the junction of two watersheds that serve as wildlife corridors would be an ideal area to steward a tremendous wildlife population. If you also want to run cattle, the upper pastures would be easy to isolate from the wildlife area in the creek bottom. The upland pastures have multiple stock ponds to provide water for the livestock. In addition, this portion of the ranch has some tremendous views looking east across the confluence of the two drainages, making it an ideal location for your dream hunting lodge or home. For those looking for an unimproved property with great natural features to develop and manage, please contact Sean Childress at 580 320 5791.
$1,500,000  •  320 acres
East Canyon Creek Ranch is a 320 acre parcel located on the southerly rim of the Flat Top Mountains 9 miles from 1-70 Exit# 109 seven miles west of Glenwood Springs, CO. The Flat Top Mountains are a high mountain plateau which are famously known for the many outdoor recreational opportunities it provides. The area contains approx. 110 mountain lakes and ponds, is the headwaters for numerous creeks and streams and is home to the world's largest elk herd. The property is surrounded on 3 sides by BLM lands at an elevation of 8800 to 9400 feet featuring a mountain scape of open meadows of mountain grasses and wildflowers mixed with new and old stand aspen groves, sprinkled with Douglas fir and Engelmann spruce forests, at the lower elevations there is gambrel oak and mountain shrubs This habitat is the perfect attraction for the various species of wildlife of the area, such as mule deer, elk, bear, mountain lion, lynx/bobcat, fox, eagle, wild turkey, grouse, snowshoe rabbits, squirrels, and migratory songbirds. Located on the property is a single level, one bedroom, 720 sf rustic recreational log cabin with metal roofing built in 2000. The entirety of the 320 acres was conserved by Aspen Valley Land Trust in 2006. Glenwood Springs is located 160 miles west of Denver, 60 miles west of Vail, 50 miles south to Aspen and 80 miles east of Grand Junction. There are commercial airports located at Eagle, Aspen, and Grand Junction Airports respectively and private aircraft and jets service available at the Rifle Regional Airport.
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$690,000  •  300 acres
$750,000
300 ± Acres Tranquil and secluded hunting escape 512± sq/ft cabin with rainwater collection system 4x4 roads and trails give access to property Within a private ranching community Abundant native and exotic free-roaming wildlife Dense and diverse brush covers the terrain 2 Water storage tanks accessible to landowners Several blinds and feeders
$5,299,500  •  298 acres
This Ranch is one of the Best recreational ranches in the Junction area with Llano River, Hunting for Whitetail Deer, Axis,Turkey, Hogs, Dove and Quail along with fishing, Swimming, and all around family or corporate retreat. 1 water well with good subsurface water to be had in the area.
$1,779,200  •  256 acres
H.S. 4 Canyons Ranch Junction Texas Texas hunting land and ranch home for sale Are you looking for a turn-key hunting ranch with 180 feet of elevation change in the Land of Living Waters, Kimble County, Texas? United Country Twin Bends Realty delivers exactly that to you today with the H.S. 4 Canyons Ranch, Junction, Texas. Your new turn-key ranch property offers you an amazing set of assets that will give you flexibility when enjoying your Texas recreational ranch lifestyle. Your new country ranch home is a classic model with 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, kitchen, living room, and a screened-in porch. This classic ranch house was built in 1920 and has kept critters and such at bay for 101 years now! Your turn-key Texas hunting ranch home comes with a new water well, electricity, all-weather road, and gated entrance.
$2,600,000  •  206 acres
Bull Basin Ranch sits in the world-renowned recreational hub of Mesa County Colorado. This land for sale is home to almost every western recreational opportunity the mountains and deserts of America have to offer. From your backyard, you have the Grand Mesa paradise with both winter and summer recreation hosting hundreds of alpine lakes, miles of trails, and excellent big game hunting. The Bull Basin Ranch encompasses 206+/- acres with varying terrain. this incredible land for sale in Mesa, CO offers timbered ridges, oak brush flats, three lakes, 8.39 cfs of water rights, 23.2-acre-feet of storage rights, and an off-grid cabin make Bull Basin Ranch the perfect end of the road mountain retreat property. The cabin is 2,310+/- square feet with 4 bedrooms and 3 baths. It can accommodate up to 14 comfortably. The Bull Basin cabin is on propane with a generator, although electricity can be brought to the property. The lower level of the cabin has a nice living area with a wood stove, kitchen, den, bedroom, bathroom, laundry, and has access to a covered wrap-around porch and upper deck stairs. The upper level has 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, a living area with a wood stove, and access to a large deck. The Bull Basin property also has a 3-car garage to hold all your mountain toys and is set up for horses with a corral. A well-placed fire pit area with seating is placed in front of the cabin to enjoy the gorgeous views and starry skies. Bull Basin Ranch is located in Big Game Unit 421, which is comprised of 317,125+/- acres, and the ranch is backed into USFS public lands in the Grand Mesa National Forest totaling 247,124+/- acres. Bull Basin Ranch is located approximately an hour from Grand Junction and 30 minutes from Powderhorn Ski Resort. Shop the incredible land for sale Mesa, Colorado, today with the Bull Basin Ranch.
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$350,000  •  200 acres
$495,000
Beautiful ranch land overlooking Junction Valley in the Goose Creek mountain range in northeast Box Elder County, Utah Open meadow vegetation, gambel oak, aspens, and conifers Elevation range: 7,300 to 8,400 feet Currently unzoned in Box Elder County (no minimum lot size) Includes valuable mining claims on additional 60 acres for quartz landscape and ornamental stone (see following maps) Property was previously mined, seller to be responsible for reclamation, and reclamation bond to be refunded to Seller Property taxes (2021): $87.15 (greenbelt) Box Elder County parcels: 08-017-0050, 08-017-0097, 08-017-0120
Contact for Price  •  154 acres
154+/- Acres Monona County, Iowa Selling On Our UNRESERVED ONLINE AUCTION August 15, 2022 Bidding opens August 1, 2022, and ends August 15, 2022, at 2:00 p.m. CDT. The bidding increments will be $50/acre. The final sale price will be calculated based on the total acres times the highest bid. The real estate agent reserves the right to adjust bidding increments. Plan to Attend the Informational Meeting & Auction: Onawa Community and Recreation Center 320 10th Street Onawa, IA 51040 BigIron Realty Agents will be at the Onawa Community and Recreation Center in Onawa, IA, on Monday, August 15, 2022, from 10:00 a.m. until the conclusion of the online auction. Please come during the times scheduled to discuss the property. BigIron Realty Representatives will be there to assist Buyers with bidding online. You do not have to be present to bid online, but you are required to be available by phone. BIDDING PROCESS: You may place bids on this real estate for 14 days beginning August 1, 2022, and ending August 15, 2022, at 2:00 p.m. This unreserved online auction features bidding extensions. The closing times will be automatically extended when the property receives a bid in the last 5 minutes and close when there is no bid for 5 minutes. NOTE: Do not wait until the day the auction closes to register to bid online. All bidders must be approved to bid, so register at least 24 hours prior to the auction close or call 800-887-8625 for assistance. General Description: This property consists of 154.0 total assessed acres. There are 133.15 acres in the CRP program, which expires on September 30, 2027. The balance is composed of 13.99 non-CRP crop acres and 6.86 acres of a ditch running in a northwest to southeast direction from the northwest corner of the property. At one time this farmland was leveled for gravity irrigation. The 13.99 non-CRP acres are leased and planted to corn in 2022. The CRP acres were burned in compliance with guidelines in the spring of 2022. These CRP acres are low maintenance and easily accessed. This CRP land is a great spot for pheasant hunting. The annual payment of $300.00 per acre or a total of $39,945.00 is generated on the 133.15 acres. The 13.99 non-CRP crop acres have been cash rented for the 2022 season. The CRP payment and cash rent will be retained by the seller. Because of this, the seller will pay the 2022 real estate taxes. Land Location: This farm is conveniently located just northeast of Onawa, IA. From Onawa, go 3 miles north on Hwy K45, then 1 ½ miles east on 195 Street. You will be at the northwest corner of the farm. The north to the south road on the east side of the property is Holly Avenue. A minimum maintenance road (200 Street) lies on the western 1/2 of the southern boundary. From the east edge of Onawa, IA, go north on L 12 to the junction of L 12 and Holly Road. Then go 2 miles north on Holly Road. The farm lays on the west of Holly Road. Watch for the BigIron Realty signs. Legal Description: The SE ¼ of Section 21-84-45W Monona County, IA, containing 154+/- acres. 2021 Taxes: Farm: $6,056 Owner: Renee Sand and Russ Cech For more information, contact the listing agents: Ron Stock 402-649-3705 and John Buhl 402-649-3750 Terms: The successful Buyer will be required to enter into a written purchase agreement with a 10% Non-Refundable Earnest Deposit payment the day of the auction. The balance will be due at closing on or before September 9, 2022, with full possession for the 2023 season on March 1, 2023. The Seller will provide marketable title to the Buyer, evidenced by providing a current updated abstract to the property. The closing costs will be split 50/50 between the Buyer and Seller. The Seller will pay the 2022 real estate taxes, and the Buyer will pay 2023 taxes. The sellers will retain the 2022 CRP payment and cash rent. The property will not be sold subject to financing. Please have all financial arrangements made prior to the auction. The written purchase agreement, to be signed by the Seller and Buyer after the auction, is the sole and controlling document of this sale and supersedes any and all other terms, whether verbal, written, expressed, or implied, and shall be the sole and controlling document for this real estate transaction. BigIron Realty is working for the Seller.
$1,750,000  •  138.61 acres
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Stoney Oaks Ranch is a gem located in the NW Hill Country between Mason and Menard, TX. Excellent access with paved frontage along Ranch Road 1221 and private gated entrance off WPA County Rd. Quality, custom built (2012) home situated with incredible views from the eastern hills in Menard County. Limestone exterior on slab foundation with standing seam, galvalume metal roof. Stained concrete floors, Stainless steel Kitchen Aide appliances, elegant pecan/hickory wood cabinetry and granite counter tops in kitchen. Soaring Aspen wood ceiling and stone fireplace grace the open living/kitchen/dining/great room as you enter. Split bedroom arrangement. Spacious master bedroom and bathroom suite with lounge area, huge walk-in closet and shower. On demand, tankless gas water heater. Large walk-in pantry and utility room off kitchen with sink and third bathroom. Picturesque hill country views from interior of home as well as off enclosed porch and sprawling back patio. Attached 3-car garage with separate equipment/storage room. The land is a varying topography of gently rolling hills, open range pasture, Live Oak trees, Spanish Oak, cedar and native brush. One pond with aqua blue water supplemented by 1 of 2 water wells on property. Additional main well serves the home. Deer country with hogs, turkey, axis and dove. Agriculture tax valuation. A Landmark wildlife management plan is available for conversion to wildlife exempt status. Great location with quick access N to State Highway 29 (between Mason and Menard) or S to Highway 377 (between Mason and Junction) on paved Ranch Road 1221. This is one to see!
Contact for Price  •  120 acres
120 ± Acres Luxury ranch, resort, & event center 3,800± sq/ft main house 3 Bed & Breakfasts Units 2 Cowboy Cabins 6 RV hookups 2 wells & 2 ponds Shooting range, fishing ponds, rodeo arena, & riding trails Gated entrance on RM 783
$720,000  •  120 acres
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Beautiful and remote mountain getaway. If you are looking for privacy, views, water, wildlife, wild flowers and something not too far from town then you have found it! Nestled away on the south side of what is know as Piñon Mesa(Glade Park) is 120+/- acres with some of the best views in Colorado. This mountain property is approximately an hour from Grand Junction, CO and just a short drive to National Forest. A spring feeds the water that runs through the middle of this property and generally runs all summer long. Aspen trees are spread out across the property giving you that Colorado alpine feel. The views of Utah's La Sal Mountains are second to none! Big Game Unit 40 is known for its exceptional big game hunting and this property puts you in a prime position to observe and possibly hunt these beautiful animals. Whether you like to hunt, bike, hike or just need a peaceful getaway at the end of the week this property is a prime location! Call today for more information. *Buyer to verify all information.
$1,112,150  •  76.7 acres
Boone County, Iowa Farmland - Peoples Company is pleased to be representing 76.70 acres m/l of high-quality farmland in Boone County, Iowa.
$480,000  •  76.28 acres
Situated near the base of three 14,000-foot peaks- Crestone, Crestone Needles, and Humboldt, you will find 80-acre lots with unobstructed peak views. Imagine quiet, country living and a blank slate to build your dream home where you can view wildlife from your back porch.