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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.
$8,500,000  •  305 acres
Hardee Spring and Plantation's serenity and natural beauty is the crown jewel of the Suwannee River Basin. The property has 305 acres with 1.6 miles of river frontage, a natural 1st magnitude spring, an enchanting lodge, and endless opportunities for investment and recreational possibilities. An overwhelming presence of wildlife pervades the 305 acres. The plantation is full of lush long leaf yellow pines, loblolly pines, stately live oak trees and other native flora and fauna such as black bear, deer, turkey, quail, and dove. The plantation is also part of the "Suwannee River Wilderness Trail".The property is capable of accommodating various public uses including a state park, geological site, environmental attraction, ecological preserve, wildlife sanctuary, or nature focused recreational retreat with swimming, spring diving, canoeing, camping and fresh-water fishing. The property is equally attractive as a long term investment for future development as a water bottling production plant or nature conservancy holding. Hardee Spring and Plantation is 1 of 4 springs with a water use permit application (#WUP08). The spring has a flow of 17.6 million gallons per day and is on the "A List" of Florida's 1st magnitude springs for purchase.It is one of the 21st Highest Acquisition Priority Group A projects. The rustic residence was designed by Governor Hardee and includes 5 bedrooms/ 4 bathrooms with native materials encompassing 2275 square feet of heated and air conditioned space. The fireplace is the central feature of the great room and brings to the whole structure a warmth and familiarity conducive to building greater bonds of friendship in an ever more complex world. For all this serenity and natural beauty you are nestled in the nearby communities of Tallahassee, FL, Jacksonville, FL, and Valdosta, GA.Whether you are enjoying a sunny afternoon kayaking down the Suwannee River, swimming in the spring, hiking the "Suwannee River Wilderness Trail", or hunting wilderness, you will lose your heart to the beauty of this romantic, richly layered plantation and spring. The world of Hardee Spring and Plantation offers one a fuller, deeper, wealthier world.09022-60300
$1,975,000  •  200 acres
Location: Real County. The main entrance to Tres Vistas Ranch fronts on the north side of RR 337 about nine miles east of Camp Wood and about 12 miles west of Leakey. East boundary is RR 337, the neighbor on the north and northwest has about 300 acres and the neighbor on the far southwest at the end of the canyons is Roaring Springs, a lightly populated rural subdivision.  The address is 12080 RR 337, Camp Wood, Tx 78833.  Lat: 29.7493833846997  Lon: -99.91024732589722 Hunting:  Game animals on Tres Vistas include white tail deer, Aoudad, bobcat, grey fox, numerous songbirds, turkey and transient feral hogs and other exotics. Terrain of Tres Vistas Ranch varies from deep canyons on the west side of the property to a gently rolling landscape on top of the mountain. There is an elevation difference of approximately 375 ft. from the canyon floor to the highest point on the property. Vegetation consists of Hill Country species including Liveoak, Pinyon pine, Ash juniper, evergreen sumac, Texas persimmon, mountain laurel, and Agarito. The canyons contain species such as Spanish oak and escarpment black cherry. Wildlife includes whitetail deer, Aoudad, bobcat, grey fox, numerous songbirds, along with transient feral hogs and exotics. Improvements:  The headquarters is accessed via a well designed and maintained crushed rock road from RR 337. The main house is a large, custom built, southwestern style residence where attention to detail is evident throughout. The owner is a well know home builder who built this house for himself and his family, so you know it is done right. Main House: The main house at Tres Vistas delivers dramatic million dollar views while surrounding you in luxurious, Spanish inspired architecture. Details and fine touches were not spared, from the courtyard and expansive porches, to the well thought-out amenities throughout the home. Entry is through a neat courtyard with romantically carved benches. The first impression is the large, dual area, open living room and the detailed ceiling made up of individual slats laid diagonally. The stucco fireplace’s unique shape is highlighted on each side by a large, lit niche, each housing a beautiful statue. Richly hued saltillo tile runs throughout the house, including use of the tile as baseboard for a distinctive look with easy maintenance. Large Ponderosa Pine beams from New Mexico accentuate the ceilings in the living areas and bedrooms. Beautiful Brazilian wood doors greet entrance to each room. An abundance of natural light floods in through the many windows that open up to porches for quiet retreats, socializing and outdoor cooking, or relaxing in the hot tub. The spacious living area leads into the dining area, with a beautiful built-in. The dining area opens onto the porches and leads into the well organized, modern, yet charming kitchen. The quartz countertops provide warmth and functionality. Lower cabinets are equipped with pullout shelves, and a utility lift shelf for heavy appliances. The kitchen caters to cooks with its double ovens, five gas-burner island stove top with a disappearing, retractable vent, and a pull-out microwave. To one side of the living room is the spacious sanctuary of the master bedroom. One wall houses built-in book shelves with an electric fireplace - all of the romance, none of the hassle. Off the master bedroom are separate walk-in closets with automatic lights, and the amazing en suite bathroom with oversized glass and tile shower, enormous soaker tub, and private toilet closet. Separate vanities, another art niche, and a private entry onto the porch are additional luxury features. The study has a more masculine feel, with warm wood floors and ceiling. One wall is lined with windows taking in the dramatic canyon views, and one wall boasts another custom made built-in with desk, shelves, cabinets, and two gun display cases. Two ample guest bedrooms and another full bathroom grace the other side of the house. ADDITIONAL DETAILS: Insulation: Walls: R19, Ceiling: R42. Roof: From the slightly pitched roof, canales carry water off the house. Vigas stick out from the construction, adding visual interest. Construction: 2” x 4”s were used to frame up the interior, while 2” x 6” s were used outside to create the parapet walls, which conceals the slanted roof. A/C and Heating Units: The house has two A/C units with electronic cleaners. One of the units has an automatic humidifier. The house is easy to heat and cool, and has low electric bills. Laundry Room: The laundry room is right off the kitchen. Plenty of cabinet space lines the wall above the washer and dryer. Near the laundry room door leading outside is a sink with an artful Talaveras basin. Furnishings: Most of the furnishings and artwork were purchased or designed specifically for this house. A complete list of items that convey with the sale is available. Detached Carport: The exterior of the carport matches the main house. The carport also houses a storage room and the water softener. ADDITIONAL BUILDINGS: Guest House: The cedar log siding exterior of the guest house gives it an authentic log cabin look, with a fantastic 8’ porch. The large living area is open with cathedral ceilings, and an efficient Ben Franklin fireplace. Pre-finished paneling painted white adds to the charm of this two bedroom/two bathroom cabin. The roomy master bedroom is complete with a large walk-in closet, and master bath. Ceramic tile was used on the countertops. The second bathroom and utility room are located in the hallway, available for guest use. Once again, details were not spared in the kitchen which features rollout shelves, and the focal point island with the top made with individual strips of pecan wood. Mobile Home: Overflow accommodations are provided by a neat, well-maintained mobile home accessible with a handicap ramp. Metal Workshop: A large, concrete floor, metal workshop is within walking distance of the house, and ready for large projects. Foreman’s House: A small foreman’s house is next to the workshop. Fencing: The north 100 acres is enclosed with low, livestock fencing in good condition, with some fence lines having a one foot set-back from the boundary to maintain control. The south 100 acres is not enclosed with fencing. Topography:  The main house sits at one of the highest elevations in Real County on a promontory overlooking the spectacular Nueces Canyon country of southern Real and Edwards counties. Tres Vistas deserves its name because, whether you look right, left or straight ahead, you are rewarded with dramatic views of deep canyons divided by knobby hills and long, craggy ridges densely covered in piñon pine, cedar, blue oak, mountain laurel and other native vegetation. This abundance of evergreens ensures a green richness to the surrounding landscape year-round. The bird’s-eye view from Tres Vistas is better than a picture postcard. The ranch is comprised of two distinct but complimentary tracts which provide two entirely different topographies - almost two ranches in one. The main house sits on a ridge that is the geographic divide between the Nueces River drainage basin to the west and the Frio River drainage basin to the east. The south 100 acres is defined by two deep canyons which head just west of the house and then drain southwesterly as they run deeper to where they converge near the center of this south hundred acres. A four-wheel drive road meanders from near the main entrance down the side of the south canyon through a canopy of native trees. The thick cover in these canyons conceal innumerable game trails and other opportunities for hiking and exploring. And for the ardent hunter, these canyons present a real challenge to take feral hogs, Aoudad sheep and the occasional bobcat. There is no telling what might show up at three or four well-stocked game feeders. This south hundred acres is the type of place where you see something new every time you go. The north 100 acres is gentle to moderately rolling and is mostly covered in low to medium height cedar, shin oak and other native brushes. Mottes of various hardwoods are scattered throughout with the occasional huge live oak along the edge of Gourd Vine Draw, a dry weather creek that bisects this north hundred acres. The guest house and mobile home sit on the north side of this draw with easy access from RR 337. This north hundred acres has several great spots for deer feeders and is ideal for hunting white tail deer, horseback riding, early-morning walks and four-wheeling. Water: There is one water well at the main house, with a depth of about 390’, and it is equipped with a submersible pump. Above-ground storage at the main house and ranch-hand house, and additional above-ground storage at the Guest House and mobile home, provide plenty of good well water for all the residences. Water can be pumped directly from the well or through the water softener at the water storage unit. Comments:  There are no surface leases and no through access easements to any neighbor. Bandera Electric Co-op and Southwest Texas Telephone Co. easements provide the ranch with utilities. Seller would request that a buyer cooperate in an 1031 Tax Deferred Exchange transaction upon closing involving no cost to Buyer and no delay of closing. Seller will provide a list of personal property which does not convey with the sale. Certain farm and ranch equipment, as well as certain pieces of highest quality, custom made cedar furniture will also be available at prices to be negotiated. Shown by appointment only. Minerals:  Seller will convey all minerals owned, if any, but does not represent that any minerals are available. Taxes:  Property taxes are based on Ag Value. Price:  $1,975,000
$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
$1,995,000  •  72.33 acres
Under Contract
An Equestrian’s dream come true, the 5T of the finest horse farms in the West Texas Region. The 5T is a horse training facility that is a turn key operation that is set up and ready to go. The incredible 5T facilities, arenas, barns, pens, shop, and luxurious main house are situated to the front of the property on about 22 acres leaving the back 50 acres for a pasture. The horse barn is equipt with 8 stables, 3 upscale apartments, and one vet room, wash rack, and palpating chute. At both ends of the extravagant horse barn are 14-foot overhead doors, which are perfect for letting a breeze roll through on your warmer spring and summer days. The stalls are 15 x 12 in size complete with a 30 x 15 run off each stall. The 5T’s fabulous vet room comes with an office, kitchen, full bath with a walk in shower, as well as a washer and dryer. The 3 amazing apartments are one bedroom, one full bath, kitchen, dining, and living area complete with concrete that accents the gorgeous granite. In addition to the remarkable horse barn, there is a 6 horse Equiciser Walker with timing controls. This horse barn is truly one of its own kind and is something you do not run across everyday. The Covered arena is 25,000 sq. ft. and perfect for running a pen full of steers. At the end of each arena there are additional horse stalls 20x20 in size, and 5 large turn out pens. The 5T ranch has a lavish outdoor round pen for exercising horses as well. You could not ask for a better set up to run a horse training facility. The 5T horse farm also has a magnificent two story 5-bedroom, 4-½ bath Mediterranean style home that is absolutely gorgeous. The entryway to the home is breathtaking with its double automatic gates and gorgeous landscape. With its high ceilings and natural light along with its plantation shutters throughout, it is absolutely astonishing. The living area is spacious and creates a “right at home” cozy feel. It has big high ceilings with lots of natural lighting that brings a cozy feel into the home. Overlooking the open living area the gourmet kitchen has beautiful granite counter tops, large island, and walk in pantry, and adorable breakfast nook. The elegant but rustic dining room is absolutely flawless for all gatherings. The sequestered master suite is alluring in every way imaginable, is enormous in size and is adorned with a gorgeous built in entertainment center, fireplace, and lovely sitting area. The master bath is heavenly with its jetted tub, separate steam shower, complete with dual sinks and vanities. The generous walk-in closet is dazzling. The remaining 4 bedrooms are considerable in size, with spacious closets, and full bathrooms of their own. The 5T home is filled with added bonuses like the wet bar for entertaining and the elegant wine cellar that is very romantic. The outdoor party patio is fabulous for get togethers and has a fantastic overview of the pond. The 5T main home is very charming and is the perfect combination of western and class into one.
$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.
$1,490,000  •  23 acres
Recreation Paradise, Steamboat Lake, borders National Forest, Custom Improvements, Extensive Wildlife, Stocked Fishing Pond, near Ski Resort: 2R Cow Camp borders over a million acres of national forest and lies only one mile from Steamboat Lake. This romantic western retreat has a spring-fed pond stocked with huge 3 to 9 pound trout. Located just off Routt County Road 129 twenty-six miles north of Steamboat Springs next to Hahn’s Peak, it is private yet accessible year around. This-one-of-a-kind property features a main carriage house with upper level residence and lower level four-bay garage with workout area, shop, wine storage and bedroom suite. There is also a guest cabin, a bath house and gazebo for entertaining and fire pit at the pond's edge, a stylish square log two-level barn with expanded tack room, a loafing shed for horses with upper level hay storage, an outdoor arena, corrals and 36' round pen. The private spring-fed pond on the property supports big fish and a boulder lined waterfall tumbles under a wooden bridge. Outstanding wildlife right out the gate, a unique set up perfect for the outdoor enthusiast. Steamboat Lake, a 1,000+ acre lake surrounded by high mountains is on the west side of the county road. You own the ranch headquarters, the adjacent National Forest comes along for free. Contact Ron Morris, Carl Luppens, or Christy Belton.
$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