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$30,000,000  •  7,973 acres
Bordering the Manti-La Sal National Forest in central Utah, lie 7,973 acres of endless recreational possibilities. The Bear Mountain Ranch has the feel of complete seclusion and privacy, yet is less than an hour’s drive from the Provo airport, and boasts a luxurious 8,424 square ft. lodge, a large workshop/garage, and other outbuildings. With an elevation that starts at 6,200 ft. and rises to 10,300 ft., this ranch has topography and diverse vegetation that provide adventure and beauty across six major canyons. Bear Mountain ranch participates in the CWMU program and has guaranteed hunting vouchers for exceptional quality big game hunting. New Listing in conjunction with Kerry Oman with Summit Sotheby's
$3,300,000  •  498.69 acres
This property includes 498.69 acres located along Highway 89 between Ephraim and Manti, Utah. The property includes 371 irrigated acres with excellent water sources. The property includes ownership in three wells with the ability to pump water to irrigate the entire property on low water years. Additionally, the property includes 187.7 shares of Manti Willow Creek irrigation and Manti irrigation Company Class E Field shares. The farm has productive soils with three cuttings of alfalfa harvested. There are 127 acres of sub-irrigated and dry grazing land. There is a 2,040 square foot shop.
$5,800,000  •  392 acres
Location / Historical Significance Krohn Lake Ranch is nestled in the Upper Blackfoot Valley, one of the most coveted and pristine locations in the Northern Rockies. More than 200 years ago the Lewis & Clark expedition passed through here on its way across the Continental Divide, guided by the Nez Perce, who followed this route to the buffalo. In 1882, John Krohn homesteaded the area and gave the largest lake its name, and in 1865, miners struck gold in nearby Lincoln Gulch. A River Runs Through It was filmed here in the Upper Blackfoot Valley, about 50 miles nothwest northwest of Helena, the state capital.Nearby Lincoln, just 9.5 miles to the West on Highway 200, offers basic goods and services including a grocery store, a gas station, several restaurants, medical services, and paved public airport with a 4200’ lighted runway.Pristine wildlife sanctuaryYou’ll find no shortage of wildlife here. The 35 acre private lake, 1.3 acre pond, and naturally fed springs support an amazingly diverse selection of animal life, including moose, elk, mule deer, white-tailed deer, red fox, bald and golden eagles, osprey, trumpeter swans, Canadian geese, sandhill cranes, great horned owl, blue heron, west-sloped cutthroat, rainbow trout, and many more. 392 acres of conifers, aspen groves, grasses and wetlands meticulously cared for and professionally developed for the past 15 years to promote a healthy forest, wildlife habitat, and elk calving grounds.An outdoorsman’s dream Enjoy all the adventures Montana has to offer at Krohn Lake Ranch, a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to own your own 392-acre wildlife sanctuary and private 35-acre lake estate stocked with west-sloped cutthroat and and triploid rainbow trout. Located on the southern edge of the Bob Marshall/Scapegoat Wilderness complex, the property offers unmatched peace and privacy, breathtaking panoramic views of the Rockies, and a myriad of outdoor pursuits right outside your doorstep. Snowmobiling, cross country skiing, snowshoeing, hiking, mountain biking, ATV off-roading, horseback riding, hunting, target shooting, fishing and boating all without setting foot off your property. Should you desire to venture out further, 1.5 million acres of backcountry is just minutes away as well as direct access to 250 miles of groomed snowmobile trails just waiting to be explored.Exceptionally striking luxury custom home The exquisitely built 5,076 sq. ft custom log, post and beam home is a true work of art and captures the picturesque beauty of the ranch from every room and in every detail. A grand entryway abstraction of fallen trees inlaid into limestone floor brings the great outdoors indoors and sets the tone for the exceptional architectural features to follow. An enormous, dazzling wall of windows pulls you into the great room and completely overwhelms the senses, flooding the space with an abundance of natural light, sweeping birds-eye mountain and lake views, and the most vibrant sunrises. A massive native rock fireplace soars to the peak of the vaulted cathedral ceilings spanning 36’ and grounds the heart of the home with giant exposed beams and airy loft overhead. The great room opens up to an adjacent formal dining room and gourmet kitchen with custom hickory cabinetry and granite countertops throughout. Two sets of glass double doors reveal 2,000 sq. of covered Brazilian hardwood decking, vaulted log canopy, and custom hand rails with treetop views. Dinner music is the chirping of birds, elk bugling, and the splash of the moose swimming below. An outdoor open hearth wood fireplace with backlit mantel offers an instant escape from reality and a romantic cozy fire for enchanting starry nights. In the east wing, the main floor master suite features two additional decks, a stone fireplace, spacious walk-in closet and bath complete with a steam shower and clawfoot tub. Precision cut steel balusters lead you to the lower level with a large family room and bar, an ultimate hangout for movies and gaming. Innovative wall-to-wall architectural shelving solutions accentuate the home’s rustic and modern sensibilities all the while making storage look beautiful. Two bedrooms and bathrooms, and two bonus rooms provide flexibility for use as spare bedrooms, a gym, or an office. With all these incredible modern luxuries while still being able to take in the relaxing natural surroundings ask yourself: Why aren’t I living here already?
$3,300,000  •  150 acres
Own an entire appellation – America’s Smallest Appellation and all under one single ownership. Cole Ranch Appellation produces unique wine from the curious microclimate and high elevation. Great wine is mysterious and unpredictable. One can understand a lot about it, yet it can evolve and become more complex with time. How does wine express a sense of place, subject to minute differences in terroir? If you have ever romanticized about owning a vineyard, this offering is for you. The 150 acre Cole Ranch Appellation has 55 acres planted in Pinot Noir, Merlot, Riesling, and Cabernet Sauvignon vines and is located in Mendocino County. Just 20 minutes from Hopland, one hour to Santa Rosa, and 2 hours to San Francisco, this property is ideally located and provides the right level of privacy with access to major metropolitan areas. Property Highights • Once in a lifetime opportunity to purchase an entire appellation • Fantastic building site on knoll overlooking vineyards • Vineyard manager home on property • 55 acres of vineyard planted o 10.2 acres of Pinot Noir o 7 acres of Merlot o 11.5 acres of Riesling o 26.5 acres of Cabernet Sauvignon • Approximately 130 tons of grapes sold to nearby wineries • Abundance of water o Natural spring water o 20 GPM well, as provided by the owner o Water rights to adjacent reservoir • Private septic system • Overhead electric • Propane available in the area
Contact for Price  •  100 acres
Stone Canyon Ranch is a 100 acre live water, horse and vacation ranch for sale in Dallas County, Texas. Just 15 minutes south of Dallas and convenient to I-35E, I-20, and Highway 67, this ranch is a secluded yet convenient getaway for horse and outdoor enthusiasts. In addition to live water and excellent equestrian infrastructure including a six-mile trail system, Stone Canyon Ranch features a main home, foreman's home, and two enticingly decorated guest cabins. Despite its proximity to Dallas the privacy and seclusion of this ranch would make it a great personal equestrian center, a commercial equestrian training and boarding facility, and a vacation rental getaway experience. Stone Canyon Ranch has paved road access from South Westmoreland Road in Glenn Heights, Texas with very good quality gravel ranch roads throughout. There are over six miles of beautifully maintained trails on the ranch for horseback riding or hiking. The ranch is comprised of 20% native brush, 25% lush pasture, and 55% productive farmland. It is low fenced into 15 pastures. The equestrian infrastructure of the ranch includes a large outdoor dirt horse arena, three round pens, and two horse barns with stalls. There are four other barns for supply and equipment storage for the ranch, including a 5,000 square foot shop and storage barn. The ranch has over a mile of the always flowing and scenic Little Creek with its limestone peninsula and 30-foot canyon wall. There are also two limestone bedded wet weather tributaries of Little Creek that offer exciting fossil hunting opportunities. The ranch has three water wells with one in operation under electric power near the guest cabins, a 2,500-gallon storage tank, and city water supply. Stone Canyon Ranch has two vacation cabins on the property that are perfect for a vacation rental operation that would cater to experiences from simple country escapes from the city to equestrian weekends to which guests would bring their own horses to enjoy the tranquil horseback riding and hiking trails of the ranch. Both cabins are creatively decorated and ready to be rented. The first cabin comfortably sleeps four in two bedrooms with one bathroom in 1,100 square feet. The cabins theme is the Western frontier in the late 1800s. All modern-day amenities are present, but significant attempts have been made to hide or disguise them. The cabin and nearby barn are private with no view of civilization. The second 700 square foot Bootleggers Cabin is where the 1920s meets 2018. Inside and outside, modern day materials have been distressed to appear to be right out of the Prohibition period. The cabin will sleep four, but its design is perfect for a romantic couples getaway. Only a horse barn is visible from this cabin. The 2,000 square foot single story main ranch home has 3 bedrooms and 1 bathroom with a patio and covered parking. The two-bedroom foreman's home is approximately 900 square feet. Shown by appointment only with Texas Ranch Sales LLC. Buyers brokers must be identified on first contact and must accompany buying prospect on first showing to be allowed full fee participation. If this condition is not met, fee participation will be at the sole discretion of Texas Ranch Sales, LLC.
$12,500,000  •  65 acres
Privately nestled in the beautiful Santa Ynez Valley, just 30 minutes north of Santa Barbara, Great Oaks Vineyard estate is a timeless destination resort. Romantic, vibrant and serene only begin to describe this stunning playground. Activities and sporting interests abound in an environment of rooted viticulture, creative winemaking, equestrian pursuits and other athletic interests. At Great Oaks, unplug from life and to plug in to what really matters. From the deep roots of magnificent ancient oaks to the canopies that shade bridle paths, vineyard vines and lush lavender fields, a sense of permanence and legacy penetrates all. This is where memories are made. Where life happens. A new foal is born, young grapes ripen, riding skills develop, fish are caught, tennis and golf are practiced all within eyeshot of breathtaking vistas, and colors of every season and sunset. Private jets land five minutes away; commercial flights within 40 minutes make this producing vineyard and ranch easily accessible. Los Angeles is 2 hours away. The estate includes a redone four-bedroom main residence with guest quarters and gym. A separate office and guest quarters and caretaker’s home accommodate any number of weekend guests. Guests gather around an imported outdoor pizza oven and stunning 270-foot pool and tennis compound surrounded by numerous hand-cut Santa Barbara sandstone patios and pathways punctuated by subdued lighting and professional landscaping. Spectacular wines are created from 21 acres of Syrah, Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon, Sauvignon Blanc and Chardonnay grapes. Great Oaks stands ready to embrace its next owners. Who will be the next curator of the memories made there? If you would like to be the one, please contact us for more information. Seller will consider lease. All Information Deemed Reliable, But Not Guaranteed
$6,200,000  •  41 acres
Spectacular craftsman executive home on 41 acres of lush green irrigated pasture. There is no other property like this in Northern Nevada. Sits near the foothills of the Sierra Mountain Range near the base of Job's Peak. This home rivals the highest quality homes worldwide. You can't avoid noticing the attention to detail, the quality of construction, the extraordinary selection of materials. 7879 square foot with great room design, 27' ceilings, wood burning fireplace is the center of attention. Gorgeous gourmet kitchen with custom cherry cabinetry, granite slab counter tops, 2 dishwashers, 6 burner Devor Range, 3 ovens, warming drawers, pantry and much, much more. game room with wet bar, exercise room, Incredible master bedroom with romantic fireplace, huge walk in closet. Heated floors throughout (even the garage) 5 car oversized garage, whole house generator, 600 amp service, 4 stall barn with tack room, hay storage, wash rack, bathroom and still room to park a full size coach. Huge tranquil pond adds to the serenity and country lifestyle. Only minutes to beautiful Lake Tahoe, restaurants, gaming, snow and water skiing and an area ideal for the outside recreation enthusiast with hiking, biking, horseback riding, parasailing, handgliding and much much more.
$5,950,000  •  35 acres
This one-of-a-kind property is traceable back to the 1790’s with a 1846 deed to the famous Texas Ranger, John “Jack” C. Hays. The primary residence, The Richland Estate, was built on the banks of the Ohio River in western Kentucky, and moved here for restoration in 1989. The meticulously restored three story home features 13 rooms with six fireplaces, wide board flooring, exposed hand hewn beam ceilings and other period architectural features. There are also seven lovingly restored and beautifully decorated guest houses which are profitably run as “One of America’s Top Ten Bed & Breakfasts” according to Travel & Leisure. One of those, the Kusenberger Log Cabin, is now the oldest house built by the settlers outside the Fredericksburg city limits. Whether as a family compound, bed and breakfast, corporate retreat or wedding venue, this is a truly unique opportunity. Indiana House This charming two bedroom home, circa 1849, was moved from Indiana and reconstructed in a grove of giant oak trees with a 1790 log barn and arbor for outdoor seating. It features a master bedroom with a queen size four poster bed, vaulted ceiling and a double sided wood burning fireplace. The home is appointed in 18th and 19th century antiques. Von Heinrich Home This two bedroom home, circa 1787, was brought here from Pennsylvania and features fachwert, a traditional building method favored by German pioneers that consisted of heavy timber framing and diagonal bracing with an infill of limestone. A split rail fence, historic outbuildings, and an arbor with a great view enhance the home’s country feel. Inside is a superior collection of 19th century American Folk Art and a wood burning fireplace. Kusenberger Log Cabin The Kusenberger Log Cabin, built in 1850, is now the oldest house built by the settlers outside the Fredericksburg city limits. The cabin has original stone floors, a sitting room with a large fireplace and a small loft above. A delightful stone front porch with rockers runs the length of the front of the cabin and provides a wonderful view of the hill country. Pioneer Log Cabin The three bedroom Pioneer Log Cabin, circa 1865, is surrounded by a corn crib, log smokehouse and massive stone barns. The enchanting log and rock cottage is part of a complex of historic buildings that were home to four generations of the same Texas family. It is furnished in wonderful 18th and 19th century antiques and textiles, and has a restored wine cellar, fireplace in two of the bedrooms and a 40 foot stone porch with rockers and a swing. Kusenberger Barn This massive two story rock barn was built of native Fredericksburg limestone around 1865 and has been renovated as a residence. The two foot thick walls, gun slot windows in front, and stone terrace give it old world charm. It is furnished in wonderful 18th and 19th century antiques and textiles, and features a living room with wood burning fireplace, full kitchen, and bathroom with tub and shower. Baag Farm House This home was a wedding present for a descendent of the original settlers of this family farm. The spacious rooms have tall ceilings and are decorated with beautiful antiques. The dining room accommodates eight. Inviting white wicker furniture on the porch sets off the blue house with white trim. Bohl Log Cabin This romantic cabin was built in Missouri in 1850, moved to Settlers Crossing then authentically restored with modern amenities. The two story log cabin contains not only a wood burning fireplace and is decorated with early country antiques. An early 19th century corn crib from Pennsylvania and a rock smokehouse add to the charm of the cabin.
$7,250,000  •  3.3 acres
California Country Estate with Garden, Orchards, Lush Oaks and Stunning Home Premier Location With a coveted Park Lane address, this timeless and exquisitely updated English Tudor revival is a 3.3-acre wonderland unto itself. Expansive and picturesque, this inimitable estate takes the best of classic English architecture, and pairs it with the modern luxuries of Montecito, nestled in one of the California’s most private and exclusive neighborhoods. Significant This stately and enduring treasure is a signature of California’s famed architect, Chester Carjola. Built in 1932, it is considered to be one of Carjola’s most important designs. Updated to today’s standards, it remains the setting where only a few fortunate families have created lasting memories. Timeless Comprising seven bedrooms and eight bathrooms, this estate is approximately 7,170 square feet. The property invokes the serenity of the European countryside, while offering the unique advantage of both ocean and mountain views. Romantic Lush and beautiful old oaks surround the residence. Natural stone pathways meander through a wonderland of color and landscaped grounds filled with fragrant roses, stone walls, a fruit orchard and vegetable garden (all fed by the onsite well). A playground and two-story studio and guest quarters complete this storybook setting. Highlights • Grand entry hall • Large living room with stone fireplace • Floor-to-ceiling windows with leaded glass and French doors • Overlooking the gorgeous lawns and gardens • Light-flooded, stately dining room with ocean views • Remodeled kitchen with top-of-the-line appliances • Family room, butler’s pantry and separate laundry room • Pine-paneled library with speakeasy bar plus main floor guest suite • Master suite with ocean views and adjacent office • Bedroom wing with playroom or additional bedroom • Secret hideaway upstairs suite with gym area • Detached 2-story guest quarters and studio • Multiple outdoor entertaining spaces • Minutes from Montecito Union School
$2,425,000  •  1.67 acres
The magnificent home located on beautiful Lake Palestine boast an unbelievable view like no other. From the moment you pull in the driveway; the dream begins. Built with plenty of custom features, from the soaring ceilings, crown molding, detailed wall coverings, and rich wood floors to exquisite master suite w/ romantic fireplace and master bath. The m.bath includes walk through shower, his and her vanities as well as water closets. Along w/an incredible jetted 2 person tub overlooking the lake for relaxing. Entertaining in the large living-dining combo is perfect. For intimate dining a formal dining room which includes butlers pantry. For the garage buff, behind the carriage doors lies an astonishing 4 car garage that is heated and cooled. It is also equipped with washing areas w/hot and cold water and full bath. Lots of fantastic additions include: a natural gas generator, elevator, electric dog door and 3 balconies and special landscape lighting. Listing ID: 42201-31060