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$9,950,000  •  21,322 acres
$10,500,000
Just north of Rock River, 45 miles north of Laramie, Wyoming this well-balanced working ranch has 17,182 +/- deeded acres plus 4,140 State and BLM and has supported 800 - 1,000 cows year round. With 2,200+ acres of adjudicated water rights, hay yields vary from 1,200 to 1,800 tons.
Contact for Price  •  3,868 acres
Within a short commute of Fredericksburg, Mason, and Kerrville this 3868 acres defines the Texas Hill Country. The ranch offers both good bottom land and majestic views from the properties large hill tops. This Mason and Kimble County property is an excellent recreational ranch offering good numbers of native game and outstanding blue green live water. The ranch currently operates as a cattle ranch along with the properties recreational use. The Little Devils River runs through the property for almost 2 miles with ownership on both side of the river. The Little Devils offers year around crystal clear water with both shallow running water and very deep pools for fishing and swimming. The property has been divided into several pastures to allow for rotational grazing. The ranch has excellent road frontage and access. The Little Devils River Ranch offers a very diverse landscape covered in large oaks and other hardwoods.
$14,300,000  •  1,508 acres
Gallagher Headquarters Ranch, a world unto itself, spans 1,508 acres of lush Hill Country mountains, clear ambling San Geronimo Creek with its deep lakes and limestone bed shoals, ancient signature Live Oaks, and one of the most historic and well restored headquarters in Texas.
$2,995,000  •  1,189 acres
1189 acre recreational ranch with 1.3 miles of year round Cache Creek water frontage. Tremendous array of outdoor sporting activities, such as, riding, biking, hunting, and fishing. Main home, guest house, huge recreational building and workshop.
$2,995,000  •  1,189 acres
Breathtaking recreational ranch with year round Cache Creek water frontage. Settled just one hour from Sacramento and less than two hours from San Francisco. The ranch is located at the north end of the Capay Valley near the town of Rumsey in the hills of western Yolo County. A quiet county road along the east side of Cache Creek takes you right to the entrance to the Ranch. This recreational paradise has numerous swimming holes and miles of private roads for ATV and horseback riding. Soil is suitable for growing of grapes, olive trees and other types of orchards. The ranch has many uses from a corporate retreat, dude ranch, a pig, deer, and turkey hunting ranch, cattle ranch, and more. Adjacent to the main home is a workshop and great room. Feed hungry vacationing guests at the diner-style kitchen.  Enjoy the solid wood bar for a frosty beverage, while enjoying the pool table, poker table, and spectacular stone fireplace. The large great room is perfect for both large and small gatherings. Next door is the guesthouse, which features a rock masonry hearth with wood stove, knotty pine walls and ceilings. The ranch includes quality outbuildings and corrals for equipment and livestock. The shop is used for housing the classic cars, tractors and equipment, and the original functioning barn complete the ranch. The ranch offers a tremendous array of outdoor sporting activities, including horseback riding, 4-wheeling, hiking, mountain biking, hunting, and fishing. Local wildlife include deer, turkey, and wild hogs. 10 miles from Cache Creek Resort Listing ID: 04030-10306
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$5,363,855  •  1,074 acres
$5,637,686
Law Creek Ranch is an impressive high-fenced, trophy game and working cattle ranch centrally located in the Heart of Texas Hill Country. Family owned & managed for over 16 years, the whitetail breeding program has Texas Parks & Wildlife MLDP Level III status and consistently produces trophy Texas Whitetail scoring in the 200-300+ inch range B&C. Highly diversified, the ranch features exceptional housing and amenities, rolling hilltop views, productive pastures, strong underground water, mature oak timber, several irrigated ponds and a native landscape well suited for the varying wildlife. A perfect hunting mecca with fine accommodations for large groups, family and corporate retreats. The existing whitetail and exotic herds (axis, blackbuck, fallow, sika, red stag,and aoudad sheep) are included with the sale. $4,995 per acre LOCATION/ACCESS: Law Creek Ranch is also located in the heart of deer country approx. 18 miles north of Mason, 19 miles south of Brady and 34 miles west of Llano, TX. Access is along State Highway 71 W between Llano and Brady. The property is situated in the SE portion of McCulloch County near the McCulloch/San Saba county lines. Approx. 27.43 acres of the eastern boundary are located in San Saba County. Located within the award winning Mason ISD school district. IMPROVEMENTS: 2-story, 4,200 sq ft. main home feat. 4 bedroom, 3.5 baths, 2-bay garage and upstairs game room with balcony. Newly constructed headquarters office (2,272 sq ft.) is steel framed with a cinder block gun/safe room. Custom hunting lodge (built 2014) is spacious and luxurious with 6,000 sq ft. under roof, 2,850 sq ft. interior featuring large great room, fireplace, full kitchen, laundry room, walk-in pantry, 4 bedrooms, 4.5 baths, wrap-around porch, and 500 gallon propane tank. Additional 2/2 barn cabin (20'x50') with full kitchen, laundry room, covered parking and storage loft offers further accommodations or would make a great foreman's house. The original, smaller lodge cabin is a 1/1, with 400 sq ft. and full kitchen. Further improvements consist of a 1,750 sq ft. hay barn with walk-in cooler, grass airstrip with 1200 sq ft. hangar, set of steel-pipe livestock pens, two (2) 2,850 sq ft. metal equipment sheds, lighted roping arena, round pen, and 3-bay pole barn with attached 500 sq ft. tack room. LAND: This ranch features a great combination of improved pastures, diverse topography, mature live oak/post oak hardwoods and native brush cover managed for wildlife habitat. The front or western portion of the property consists of approx. 260 acres of sandy-clay loam soils with improved grasses and manicured pastures while the main home, hunting lodge, cabins, barns, and other improvements are located near the center of property. The eastern or back portion of the ranch features the highest elevation from atop limestone hills with panoramic views ranging from 1,592 ft. to 1,770 ft- and provides the most cover for game amidst tall live oaks, post oak, honey mesquite, Texas persimmon, bee-brush and mountain cedar. WATER: Groundwater is deemed to be very strong with the presence of (7) existing water wells, including 3 irrigation-strength wells, 2 wells servicing the main home and lodge/cabins, and 2 working windmill wells with concrete storage tanks. Additionally there are 5 stock ponds on ranch (4 of which are irrigated). For further information on area groundwater, please contact the Hickory Underground Water Conservation District. WILDLIFE/HUNTING: Law Creek Ranch is a MLDP Level III property with a long history of producing trophy whitetail scoring as high as 300"-400" B&C. P&L statements, current herd inventory and records are available upon request. The ranch also manages a balanced herd of exotics for a year-round hunting variety that include axis, blackbuck, fallow, sika, red stag, and aoudad sheep. All wild game, improvements, and equipment necessary for maintaining the operation are included in the offering including the following: Custom 30 ton overhead feed bin, Feed Jet Feed Wagon, 12 deer pens each with (12) 2,000 lb protein feeders, (10) Hay Feeders, (11) Darting Blinds, (4) 3,000 lb and (3) 2,000 lb protein feeders in pasture with (11) 1,000 lb corn feeders, (11) tower blinds and (9) bow blinds.
Contact for Price  •  921 acres
This picturesque retreat in the northwest portion of the Texas Hill Country really does have it all. The plus or minus 921 acre Peg Leg Ranch on the banks of the San Saba River in Menard County, Texas offers unbeatable hunting, beautiful river frontage, outdoor and water
$7,725,000  •  700 acres
Situated in the Pine River Valley of southwestern Colorado, Pine Ridge Ranch, with its end of the road privacy and captivating views of Granite Peak and the Continental Divide, is the epitome of a legacy property. The beauty of this scenic mountain ranch is accentuated by its extensive improvements. The 6,375-square-foot main residence overlooks a meadow and private pond and is complimented by an attractive 1,735-square-foot guesthouse. The first-class ranch facilities include a two-story barn, heated shop, outdoor arena, hay barn, set of working corrals and livestock scale. The ranch spans a total of 1,300 acres, including 700 deeded and 600 acres of state lease featuring lush meadows and tree-covered hills with over 1,000 feet of elevation change. This private mountain ranch has outstanding wildlife including, elk, deer, turkey and a host of other game animals. Currently operated as a stocker operation running 100± head of cattle, Pine Ridge Ranch is the quintessential ranch retreat in one of the prettiest areas of Colorado.
$6,740,000  •  543 acres
543± Acres in Bandera County, just minutes to Historic Bandera and only 30 minutes to San Antonio! Both sides of crystal clear, rock-bottom creek, two recreational fishing lakes, fabulous pool & recreational area with outdoor cooking area, picnic tables, porches, and awesome patios. Then add a skeet range, ropes course, tennis court, basketball court, as well as the following improvements: office, main lodge with commercial kitchen and dining area, Mason Creek lodge, pool house & game room, conference room, Veranda building, Lantana building, fitness/gym building, Bluebonnet cabin, Pecan cabin, Whitetail cabin, Live Oak cabin, Rosebud cabin, Lonestar cabin, workshop, equipment barn, single family residence, many storage buildings, and 5 water wells. There is lots of wildlife, both native and exotics such as Axis, Blackbuck, and Pierre Davis deer. Wow! This one has many uses! Seats up to 150 people for meetings, with approximately 52 sleeping rooms/suites that can sleep approximately 104 people! With 3 outstanding culinary professionals. This property would be great for corporate retreats, as a conference center, a special event venue for reunions, weddings, etc., a summer camp, or even a hunting preserve!! Don't miss this opportunity for a ready-to-go, Hill Country ranch! Call Jeff Soele (210) 705-4013.
$2,657,610  •  521.1 acres
Salt Branch Loop Ranch is conveniently located 32 miles from Fredericksburg and 15 miles south of Mason with easy access off a county road FM 783 in the Hilda area of Mason County. The ranch has abundant wildlife and good grazing capacity with excellent ground water and nice tanks. The views of the surrounding hill sides with great hardwoods, rolling terrain, granite outcroppings and a perfect blend of pastoral pastures with lush native ranch land make this a world class Hill County Ranch.
$3,526,734  •  403.52 acres
Located on the Llano River within minutes of Mason, TX (Gem of the Hill Country), the Geneva Keller River Ranch is an exceptional live water property with top of the world views on over a mile (5,320') of pristine Llano River waterfront. Generously donated by Mrs. Keller to the local school district, this is an opportunity to not only purchase a phenomenal riverfront property, but to continue her philanthropy as proceeds will go to the Mason ISD Scholarship Foundation. LAND/WATER: Rugged and awesome, the varying terrain features dramatic 400 ft. elevation changes from atop three hilltop summits, towering limestone cliffs, huge wooded ravines down to gently sloping bottom land and tree-lined, grass river banks. Incredibly scenic with multiple building sites offering 360 degree, panoramic views up and down the river. Live Oak, Spanish oak, pecan, mesquite and mountain cedar cover the landscape. Live water you can see and hear varies from shallow rapids to deeper shoals then pools into a wide hole of still blue water great for fishing, swimming, and kayaking. This stretch of the Llano River flows crystal clear over the limestone bedrock and averaged a flow of 90 cubic feet per second in 2018 (per LCRA Hydromet records) outside of flood stages which is second only to the Lower Colorado and Guadalupe Rivers in central Texas. Ranch is loaded with wildlife including Whitetail and Axis Deer, Rio Grande Turkey, Wild Hogs, Upland Game Birds and more. Fish for yellow, blue or channel catfish, sun perch, large-mouth and Guadalupe bass. IMPROVEMENTS: Electric on property. Improved road access throughout with areas of sculpted brush clearing have really opened up the views and show the potential for future site development. No well currently as location will be offered to the buyer but underground water is deemed strong as nearby well records from surrounding properties average 32 GPM at 445 ft. deep. Located over the Hickory Aquifer. Partially fenced and cross fenced in low-fence barbed wire. LOCATION/ACCESS: Situated less than 10 miles south of Mason, TX along convenient paved access with 5,800 feet of State Ranch Rd. 1871 frontage. 45 minutes north of Fredericksburg, less than 2 hours NW of Austin or San Antonio and 4.5 hours from Houston. TAXES/TITLE: Low carrying cost, currently under Ag valuation. Estimated property taxes are $480.04 for 2019. Seller is willing to divide and reserves 50% of the minerals in a non-participating royalty interest, granting full executive rights to buyer. Sensible deed restrictions in place. Owner financing is also available. SUMMARY: First time offered for sale, this property's combination of outstanding views, live water, location, size, privacy and ease of access is a rare find these days in the Texas Hill Country. Excellent hunting, game or recreational ranch with long term investment and development potential. Purchase a fantastic ranch and also benefit from knowing you've helped fund future higher educations through contributing to the MISD Scholarship Foundation.
$1,200,000  •  270 acres
The Land:  The views are breathtaking. Whether you are looking for a hobby farm, a country home getaway, a recreational/hunting/fishing property, or a more sustainable lifestyle, the opportunity is here. The Driftless Region’s characteristic steep forested hillsides, rock outcroppings, cold water trout streams, and both ridgetop and valley land are all part of this 270 (more or less) acres. What adds to the excitement is the biodiversity of plants and animals. A nearly 18-acre restored prairie greets you on the ridgetop, and while not certified organic, the land has not been treated with chemicals in at least 15 years. The West Fork of the Kickapoo, one of our nation’s best trout streams, runs the length of the property.   The Home (Efficient and Sustainable): This super-insulated 2,083 square foot, timber-frame home was constructed in 2006. Specifically designed to be energy efficient. The 19” thick walls are made of two parallel masonry compressed-earth block walls with a 5” gap in between filled with perlite insulation. Natural light and passive solar. The attached 25’x13’ greenhouse helps warm the house in winter and provides a wonderful place to view wildlife on those sunny, but seasonably colder days.  The main floor cherry cabinetry was made from trees harvested on the property. The upscale kitchen has both granite and stainless-steel countertops. The in-floor heat gives that constant, quiet, even radiant warmth. An efficient (local limestone) Russian fireplace, with its labyrinth of heated passages warms the living space for long periods of time. Other unique features include armored cable (BX) wiring that provides EMF shielding, fiber-optic internet, wiring in place for future solar electric, and a unique rainwater collection system that includes a modern cistern and UV filtration. The exterior stucco is made of very weather resistant lime plaster. The large garden area is complete with high fencing and an electric wire that keeps wildlife out. The Outbuilding: Made of straw bale construction, the 38’x30’ outbuilding has three-foot thick walls and its own wood-burning stove. Currently it is being used as a woodworking shop, but its utility is limitless. The Area: Town of Liberty is quiet and friendly and is one of the few Wisconsin towns with a Dark Sky ordinance, making this a great area for stargazing. The property is located between Viroqua and Viola and is not far from Organic Valley. The local airport is less than 10 miles away. Come, rest, relax, create. Listing ID: 48102-13890
$1,065,900  •  228 acres
SOL CREEK RANCH is a superb combination hunting, recreational and livestock property located 12 miles N of Mason, TX (Gem of the Hill Country). Land is gently rolling with coarse to sandy clay loam soils and covered in a variety of mature hardwoods (live oak, post oak, blackjack oak, Spanish oak, mesquite and native brush). Surface water features Sol Creek which crosses the western portion of ranch along with 2 large stock ponds, several catch ponds & spreader dams. One water well equipped with submersible pump and solar panel. Electric service on property. 2 field/food plots for abundant wildlife and game including whitetail deer, turkey, feral hogs, dove and quail. Ranch is perimeter and cross fenced into two pastures with a modest set of cattle working pens in SW corner. Gated entrance with county maintained road frontage and access. All oil, gas and minerals to convey believed to be 100%. $4,675 per acre
$1,193,050  •  222.66 acres
Remarkably scenic, ready to go hunting/recreational ranch located in the Llano Uplift region of the Texas Hill Country. The land is all character featuring a unique combo of exciting hilltop terrain, productive soils, huge oak timber, sprawling granite rocks, diverse supply of water and fine improvements. Large irrigated pond stocked with fish (catfish, bass, bluegill), 2 stock ponds, 2 equipped wells, windmill well and 2 seep springs feeding the creek draws running between the hills. Custom built 2/1 cabin with central H&A, full kitchen, living area, and 8 built-in, full size bunks that can sleep up to 16. Electric on property. Excellent country for hunting Whitetail Deer, Rio Grande Turkey, Wild Hogs, Dove, etc. with many vantage points and natural cover. Further improvements include metal equipment shed with electric on slab foundation, plumbed cleaning station, walk-in freezer slab and 2 RV hookups. Low fence perimeter and cross fenced with interior fencing around several traps of improved pasture and fields (Bermuda, Wilman Lovegrass) great for seeding food plots. Location/Access: 3 Hills Ranch sits just a half a mile off pavement along county road in the area of Mason County known to locals as Fly Gap. This area is literally a gap or pass between two large granite hill formations and opens into a small valley which comprises the front and east portions of the ranch. Approx. 16 miles from the charming small town of Mason, the ranch has a primary route via Highway 29 E and Ranch Rd. 1900 and a scenic route along FM 386 to Ranch Rd. 2618- both within 20 minutes of town. Less than 2 hours from Austin or San Antonio, 4 hours from DFW and 4.5 hours from Houston.
$1,049,000  •  48.7 acres
Offering approximately 48 acres, this quality acreage property includes a spacious custom home sitting in a secluded wooded setting, guest quarters, workshop, trees, pasture, ponds and one of the nicest private vineyards in the area. Sitting at the end of a long winding drive and surrounded by majestic mature oak trees, the attractive stone and masonry home was built in 2005 and offers over 4,300 square feet of interior living space. It’s two-story open design provides a soft contemporary styling with a light and airy atmosphere enhanced with high ceilings and an abundance of oversized windows. The main level features a living area with a 22-foot vaulted ceiling and stone floor to ceiling fireplace, a spacious kitchen with gas range and island, two dining areas, a home office, a tranquil master retreat with a spacious bath and large walk-in closet, and a utility/mud room leading to an oversized 2-car garage. Upstairs are 2 additional bedrooms sharing a covered outdoor balcony, a full bath, a sitting loft with dry bar overlooking the downstairs living area, a sunroom with outdoor balconies and a nice bonus room. Accessible from the living, kitchen, master bedroom and the utility room is an outdoor patio with a wood-burning fireplace. With a gated entrance, the land lies within the Eastern Cross-Timbers ecosystem and has a current wildlife exemption to aid in the reduction of property taxes, beautiful oak trees, open pasture, 5 ponds and a sandy loam soil. Located in a federally recognized grape growing region (AVA), the property also features a beautiful 24-row Merlot and Cabernet producing vineyard with plenty of space to expand if desired. Additional improvements include a nice 30x50 shop with a 15x50 covered parking extension and a mobile home that’s ideal for extended family, guests or caretaker. 1060 Oak Hill Road is within 4 miles of the Johnston Branch State Park on Lake Ray Roberts and about an hour north of the Dallas area off Lone Oak Road, which connects to I-35 or Fm922 that’ll take you to Hwy377 in Tioga.
$1,499,000  •  43.87 acres
The Stone House ranch is an extravagant property on 43+- acres offering endless amenities and true historic charm! It is located less than 10 miles from both Spearfish and Deadwood in the Black Hills of South Dakota. The early 1900’s stone farmhouse is beautifully appointed and features 5 bedrooms, 4 1/2 baths, a chef's designed kitchen. Other improvements include a 960 square foot office/guest house with a 45’X64’ garage, detached 24’X48’ garage, a 30’x45’ Morton building and a barn with tack room and corrals. The orchard provides a variety of apple, pear, crabapple and pie cherry trees. The vegetable garden has raised beds made of Port Orford wood and has no chemicals as the soil could be certified organic. It also incudes an area for herbs. perennials, rhubarb, currants, raspberries and strawberries. Family and guests will enjoy the natural pond with a sand beach, deck and aeration system. This whole area is fenced to keep out the deer and for safety. The land has a 15-row s-shaped tree belt and food plots to enhance the habitat for deer, turkey and upland game. A must see property with countless possibilities.  Improvements:  Stone House: Immaculately restored 4544 square foot stone house with 5 bedrooms and 4 ½ baths. Throughout much of the homes interior and exterior, the early 1900’s native stone is tastefully exposed. The gourmet chef’s kitchen has a baker's island, mixer cupboard, garbage drawer and two gas stoves with a power burner, simmer burner, convection oven and warming drawer. The large pantry has a sink in a butcher-block counter. The great room has built-in surround sound and a floor to ceiling wood burning fireplace featuring a NEW-AIR system which can efficiently circulate heat throughout the entire house. Oversized French doors will lead you to the patio and natural pool where carefully selected water plants provide good nutrients to the pond keeping it naturally clean. The upstairs ensuite boasts a walk-in closet, full bathroom and relaxing sitting area. The master bedroom has a walk-in closet, bathroom with heated floors, walk-in shower with dual shower heads and custom-built vanity. A private upper level has bedrooms and baths for guests. You will appreciate the custom-made curtains throughout the home perfectly sized for the large windows throughout and prepared to keep out the winter cold. The roof has class 4 lifetime shingles and copper roof. The home has knotty alder doors, trim and circle sawn fir floors throughout!  Office/Guest House: It has 960 square feet of living space and includes a kitchen, living/dining room, stacked stone propane fireplace, a bedroom with large walk-in closet, full bathroom and an attached 2880 square foot garage and workshop. The covered porch is 40’x8’. The garage is heated and features built-in work benches and storage, a dog kennel room with a water bladder, water softener, raised tub and equipment for cleaning, floor drain and separate septic system and three dog runs. It has 2 overhead doors that are 18’ wide and 12’ tall and one door that is 16’ wide and 8’ tall.  Morton Building:  30’x45’with a floor drain, built-in shelves, large sliding door and two overhead garage doors. The overhead doors are 12’ high and 16’ wide.  Detached Garage: 24’x48’ The floor is concrete with a drain. It has Masonite siding and 2 overhead doors with openers that are 18’ wide and 10’ high.  Barn & Corrals: The barn is fitted with stalls for calving or horses and a functional set of corrals. It has a 16’x16’ insulated tack room with a concrete floor. There are 2 frost free automatic waterers; one in the barn and one in the corals. There are two 16’ wide and 10’ tall doors.  Locale: Whitewood was founded in 1877 when the Chicago and North Western Railway arrived into the area. It is a short 9 miles from Spearfish which was surveyed and staked out in 1876 and officially incorporated in 1888, Spearfish is ideally situated in the scenic valley of Spearfish Creek and at the mouth of Spearfish Canyon. Known as the Queen City, Spearfish is surrounded by three prominent mountain peaks – Lookout Mountain, Spearfish Mountain, and Crow Peak which form a “crown” circling the City. Spearfish derived its name from Native Americans and fur traders or trappers in the early 1800’s who considered the clear and tumbling stream through the canyon a good place to spear fish. In 1877, the first store was opened along with a United States Post Office. The Spearfish Normal School, now known as Black Hills State University was established in 1883. In 1893, a railroad was built through Spearfish Canyon. This route soon became an outstanding scenic attraction of the Black Hills and a roadway replaced the railroad through Spearfish Canyon. The Federal Fish Hatchery, established in 1898, is known as the D.C. Booth Historic Fish Hatchery. In 1906, Matthew’s Opera House opened as the center of entertainment in Spearfish. After extensive renovation, Matthew’s Opera House still provides an historic setting for the visual and dramatic arts. Spearfish continues to grow and prosper. The community is a focal point for tourism, is rich in history, arts and entertainment and is a retail trade center. With Spearfish’s resort like natural setting, its business, educational, and cultural opportunities, it is a wonderful place to visit and to live. Recreation: From hiking, biking, climbing, skiing, snowmobiling and snowshoeing, the Black Hills National Forest offers recreation activities for all ages, stages and interests. Within a 20-mile radius of Whitewood, residents have easy access to three main recreational areas: Spearfish Canyon, Big Hill and Crow Peak. Specialized campgrounds, accessible recreation opportunities and a system of trails connecting communities, showcase the Black HillsNational Forest that provides user friendly access to year round family activities. Together, the attractive features of the Black HillsNational Forest, CusterState Park, and areaNational Parks, Memorials, and Monuments are the foundation for the local recreation economies. Amid the splendid scenery of the Black Hills National Forest are 11 reservoirs, 30 campgrounds, 26 picnic areas, 2 scenic byways, 1,300 miles of streams, 13,000 acres of wilderness, 353 miles of trails, 2 ski resorts and much more. Climate: The average annual precipitation for the area (1981–2010) was 21.25 inches, with most of that falling between March and September. The snowfall averages 61 inches annually, little of which remains on the ground for more than a few days.  Winter days are generally sunny with the coldest month being January with an average high temperature of 37 degrees.  Summers consist of warm days and cool evenings.  Average high temperature in July is 85 degrees and the average low is 59. Growing season is approximately 123 days.  
$650,000  •  40 acres
Stop searching, you just found your needle in the hay stack! A true equine, livestock and/or hay grower's paradise! You will love the amazing 360 degree views of the surrounding mountains, Mt. Grant and Mason Valley from this custom built home and 40 acre private oasis! The 40 acres of water righted land can be flood irrigated with 82.37ac/ft of storage water from Topaz Reservoir,making the land highly productive. 21 acres of income producing grass/alfalfa hay. Land is fenced & cross-fenced for all your livestock. This area is one of the region's best kept secrets! This beautiful country home features 3 bedrooms and 2 1/2 bathrooms upstairs as well as a formal living room, mud room, laundry room and an entertainers dream area with kitchen, dining and great room looking out to the acres and acres of magnificent views year round. The finished basement has two bedrooms, full bath and a bonus room. You will be very pleased with this master bedroom with an access door leading out to the backyard, his and hers closets, separate vanity area, remodeled shower with dual heads and a garden jetted tub. New Blinds throughout. Some of the other wonderful features are two fireplaces, Oil forced air heating throughout and central AC. Outside you will find corrals, working pens, full-size outdoor arena w/return alley, work sheds, RV parking with power hook-up, nice front and back decks, spa pool, nice grassy area and so much more! Access to the West Walker River is just a few miles away. School district by bus is Yerington, but can also attend Smith Valley Schools. Nothing is too far way only 40 min drive to Gardnerville, 1 hr 20 mins to the Reno Tahoe Airport. Make an appointment today and come take a look at this slice of heaven! Listings: 27015-00788
$1,750,000  •  35.16 acres
Sweeping mountain and valley views abound from this immaculate 4,817 square foot, 3 bedroom, 3 bath, 2-car garage, full-round log home situated on 35+ acres with, water rights, irrigated pasture, a pond, and a 2,400 square foot metal building/barn just 2.5 miles from downtown Pagosa Springs. The home constructed with full-round Doug Fir logs and native stone perched on top of the ridge for unblockable views and privacy is Colorado living at its finest. The warm interior centers around a wood-burning masonry fireplace, cathedral T&G ceiling, Ash hardwood floors, abundant windows and log details. The range, double ovens, Sub-Zero refrigerator, and abundant storage open to the dining area and outdoor deck with the laundry/mud room tucked behind the kitchen for convenience. Located on the main level is the master suite with French doors to the deck, walk in closet, travertine flooring and a shower, and a jetted tub. One guest room and bath/powder room are also on the main level. The finished walk-out basement includes a large bonus room, office/hobby room, guest bedroom, full bathroom, large storage closets and the perfect entertainment spot. The recreation room is decked out with custom wet-bar with an ice-maker, wine fridge , beer fridge, microwave, and dishwasher, gas-log masonry fireplace, and room for a pool table or ping pong table. This room opens out onto a stamped concrete covered patio and yard area. The over-sized garage has plenty of extra room for your gear and toys, as well as a 220 outlet for your tools. The exterior landscape is watered by an automated sprinkler and drip system. The metal building/barn equipped with a 3/4 bath, insulated tack room, overhead storage, 240 voltage and exterior covered storage can easily be modified to add stalls. In the metal building location are full hookup RV parking and a large round pen constructed with welded pipe fencing. Water rights for the pond and the 17 irrigated acres come from the Mesa Ditch Company; the Seller will convey 12 shares (.475 cubic feet of water per second of time). The pasture typically yields 500 bales of hay per year. All furnishings, tools and equipment can be negotiated separately from the purchase price of the real Estate. For further information please contact Lindy Moore at 970-749-5062 or Lindy@GallesProperties.com or LaWana DeWees at 970-749-6521 or lawanadewees@yahoo.com
$1,975,000  •  28 acres
283 High Point Road in Jackson Tennessee is a stunning French Country Estate on 28 lush, green acres with a charming 2 BR guesthouse, Private Tennis Court & a barn. From the moment you drive up to one of the highest points in Madison County TN, You get the feeling you are in another world. Massive dual front doors greet you as you enter into a 2 story foyer, featuring a curved, ornamental stairway with a beautiful brass handrail. There is a large formal living room to the left and a formal dining room with arched entry, wainscoting & a breathtaking chandelier. The large eat-in-kitchen has all new floor to ceiling cherry custom cabinets with Granite counters, Subzero refrigerator & wine cooler, Wolf induction cook & Wolf double ovens. The Great room has soaring ceilings with beams and an oversized warm & toasty masonry fireplace. This room & home was featured in the movie 'Walking Tall" with Joe Don Baker. A Paneled library has built-ins & leads to the sumptuous master spa bathroom with soaking tub & a tiled shower. Upstairs you will find another Master with dual dressing areas and showers, 3 more large bedrooms, a Jack & Jill Bath and another bathroom. From the second floor you can climb down the spiral staircase into the fabulous great room! Travel up to the third floor and you will find a huge 23x45 game-room, exercise room & Leisure area. Once outside, you will enjoy the glistening, Mediterranean blue granite, salt-water pool with whisper quiet equipment. There is a Barn/storage area and a quaint but luxurious 1926 restored Farmhouse or Guest cottage. It has a real masonry fireplace w/ custom mantle & a front porch for rocking with a rear screened-in-porch for viewing wildlife. One of the Antique chandeliers in the entry is identical to one that is in The White House. One of the First Ladies has had her picture taken next to it. Another is from New Orleans which the previous owner paid more than $50,000 for. Owners have spared no expense in their renovations to include: a Natural gas run, Fiber optic lines run, A massive commercial Generator, All new cherry cabinets throughout, granite countertops, all-new, high-end appliances, new triple-insulated Low E windows by Marvin, new ceramic tile in kitchen, hardwood floors refinished, new tubs and toilets, 1900's 6 foot antique soaking tub from Chicago, 100% wool carpets, surround sound, new wiring, septic reworked and new paint/roof on farmhouse. This is one magnificent luxury estate with views that you cannot believe! Listing ID: 41087-10730
$959,500  •  20 acres
You will leave your worries behind as you enjoy this private 20+ acre vineyard property in Somerset - just a few hundred yards from the Fairplay AVA in El Dorado County. Sip your own wine sitting under the trellis covered patio overlooking the vineyard, or take a dip in your 40' long swimming pool among the vines. At 3200 feet of elevation, the afternoon delta breezes offer a comforting relief from the Valley's summer heat. The 2320 square foot custom farm house is an incredible blend of luxury, simplicity and effeciency. Come see the exposed beams, stone masonry work, granite countertops, stainless appliances, dormer-window bedrooms, and the art studio/workshop. Take a walk among the tall pine and oak trees in the meadow, or catch a bass in the community lake. This property is a dream getaway, just waiting for you to come and enjoy. Highlights: • 20+ Private Acres Very near Fairplay AVA • 6 Acres planted in Merlot, Tempranillo, and Cabernet Sauvignon • 2-3 Ton Yield per Acre (about 300 cases total) • 2,320 Square Foot Custom House • (2) Wells producing 35-40 GPM each • Trellis Covered Patio Overlooking Vineyard • Outbuildings include Shed, Tractor Shed, and Garage/Art Studio • In-Ground Pool 40' Long • Bocce Ball Court • Shared pond and private association lake
$115,500  •  14 acres
Description:  ±14 acres being surveyed out of larger farm.  Cultivated and used in row crop production, rotating corn, wheat & hay.  Open with nice views in all directions.  Very nice homes in area.  Tract is "Flag-Pole" Shaped, with approx. ±100' of road frontage along Cedar Creek. Location:  Cedar Creek Road, just East of Airport Trail with easy access back to Hwy 317 & Hwy 36 as well as Old Howard and the Temple Industrial Park.  Utilities:  6" Pendleton WSC co-op water line along South side of Cedar Creek.  Electric available through Oncor.  Topography: Mostly flat to gently sloping at ±660' - 660' above sea level with ±1 - 3% slopes. Soil: Class 2 Heiden clay. Flood Zone:  Some 100-year flood zone area along seasonal runoff creek, which is a tributary to Cedar Creek.  There are two good home sites on the property outside of the flood zone. Taxes: Open Space Valuation (Ag Exempt). School Disctrict: Troy ISD. Restrictions: No mobile homes, minimum 1,600sq.ft. home, minimum 50% masonary.
$995,000  •  12.83 acres
Welcome to the efficient rural utility of Kolman Equestrian. This parcel is the original hub of The Kolman Ranch located 10 minutes south of Rock Springs, Wyoming. The layout surrounding the extremely comfortable two story custom ranch home features the self-sustaining versatility of homesteads gone by. This property can be converted into a number of business operations, be it equestrian boarding and instruction or light manufacturing. The county plowed road to the private drive, protected by galvanized steel paneled snow fence, insures year round access. Power and natural gas are provided by municipal utilities, a rarity in rural Wyoming. Multiple wells on the property provide abundant water of excellent quality to the residences and grounds. Mineral rights do convey as well. This location is the best of country life with all of the conveniences of living a stone's throw from Rock Springs. Recreational opportunities in the area include Flaming Gorge Reservoir, the Green River, and continue northward to the entire western flank of the Wind River Range. Endless riding by horse or on recreational vehicle is right through the gate. The best of Wyoming truly starts out of your front door. Improvements: The grounds have been thoughtfully improved with a 5 bed, 3.5 bath main home built in 1978. Details of the home include custom woodwork and cabinetry throughout the home. The baths are surfaced in beautiful tiled surfaces. The downstairs bath features a steam shower. The finished walkout basement is a spacious office space that doubles as a workout retreat. The main floor living area opens to the southwest open spaces with its multitudes of wildlife and ever changing skies. Upstairs the master bedroom has it's own fireplace and recently remodeled bath. All of these amenities are wrapped with a spacious deck, sheltered on the lee side of the house that is an ideal al fresco dining and entertaining space with wide open Wyoming spaces as your event's setting.  The three additional residences on the property have been regularly rented and generate significant income. The 1 bed, 1 bath house with attached garage, is a sound, well maintained structure. 2 mobile homes, one with 2 bedroom, 1 bath, the other with 3 beds, 2 baths, both situated on permanent foundations, provide additional rental income on-site. All of these improvements are situated in a mature landscape. Structural forms are broken up by strategically located shade trees and perennial plantings The remainder of the outbuildings consist of the following masonry buildings, all in good repair and immediately useable for a variety of purposes. The pumphouse houses the sprinkler system for the grounds. It contains the water softener and the distribution of the primary 110 foot well with a 12 foot static level and 5 HP Grunfos pump, run at 90 GPM at 80 PSI . The shop space was used as a cabinetry and woodworking shop and has ample room for a variety of light industrial uses. A rollup door allows easy access and material loading to the shop. The shed adjacent to the home is an ideal workspace for dressing game with water supply, sink and countertops. 2 additional garages and the original calf barn provide more enclosed, multiple use spaces with functions only limited by your imagination. Kolman Ranch History and Perspective in the Seller's words: This property was originally on land purchased by the United States Government from the French in the 1803 Louisiana Purchase.  The U.S. Government subsequently  designated it as part of the Shoshone Indian Reservation.  When gold was discovered in the Atlantic City/South Pass area, the United States Government moved the boundary to the modern day Indian Reservation in Lander/Riverton Area. An Englishman named Finey settled here via the Homstead Act of 1860.  He raised cattle and sheep and developed hay meadows down in the creek bottom where the current Sweetwater County Recreation area is located.  The Wilkes family was the next to own the property which sold and transferred the property to my Father and Mother in 1960.  My parents were devoted stewards and caregivers to this land.  My wife and I have worked to follow in their footsteps.  I've always considered this an oasis in the desert.  It has always provided an abundance of good water from the Little Sweetwater Drainage to grow crops on the sandy soil as well as provide potable water that has sustained livestock and healthy living.  We are also blessed to be in the middle of a natural gas field that has given us a great energy resource.  Electricity has always been provided by the local utility company and we've had the benefit of an auxiliary generator for rare outages.  Telephone, Television and Internet services are provided by several local companies.  Garbage collection and Septic Cleaning services are also readily available.  School bussing for all the public schools in Rock Springs is also possible.  The diversity of options this property offers is unlimited.  Solar and Wind power could easily provide the power to make this land totally independent from the vulnerable power grid of our modern day. There is plenty of land to provide grazing for livestock and domestic gardening.  For the equestrian and Recreational Vehicle enthusiasts this area provides unfenced opportunities for enjoyment. We've raised our children in this open outdoor environment that continues to reward us with all their stories of memories growing up here.   The future is open for many more memories to come.
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$995,000  •  10.04 acres
$1,100,000
Highly unique, luxurious accommodations located along a premier stretch of the Llano River in the central Texas Hill Country. 2010 Custom built, 3,662 sq. ft. home features terrific space inside and out with a commercial sized kitchen, huge great room and an additional 1500 sq. feet of covered deck space overlooking the river. Master bedroom/bathroom suite is a house of it's own with private screened-in porch, jacuzzi tub, open space shower, utility room and enormous room-sized closet. Chef's kitchen has two of everything: stainless steel GE Monogram appliances, ovens, dishwashers, island bars and tons of cabinet storage. Ideal weekend or vacation home also has the potential and amenities for entertaining, event hosting, B&B or VRBO. Sustainable water supply with 5 GPM private well and state of the art 50,000 gallon rain collection, storage & water treatment system. House built in 2010 by master-builder Glen Rueffer. Frame construction with stone and stucco exterior, standing seam steel roof, hardwood flooring in bedrooms, stone and tile throughout. Zoned heating & cooling (electric), see through gas-log fireplace in livin area and gas-log wood stove in Master BR. Outside decking made of quality Brazilian Ipe Wood. Home lies outside of record flood plain and built on a raised foundation of steel piers set in concrete. Detached 3 bay carport and storage building. Circular gravel drive and natural yardscape with in-ground sprinkler and drip system. 10.39 acre tract has approx. 485 feet of gently sloping riverfront and sits above a half mile stretch of slow flowing water great for down and back kayaking, paddle-boarding and swimming. Ruins of an early pioneer home (still standing) dating back to the 1850's serve as a landmark and add a touch of character and history to the property. Almost perfect combination of location, quality, live water and uniqueness make this property hard to replicate in this area of the Hill Country.