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$10,950,000  •  3,921 acres
Kingfisher Ranch is a mountain property with a spectacular rustic/contemporary home.
$6,174,500  •  2,330 acres
The ± 2,330-acre Reward Ranch, on The Divide near Garven’s Store, is the best priced ranch located within 45 minutes of Kerrville. The ranch, which gets its name because it sits in both Real and Edwards counties, fronts Highway 41 providing the ultimate combination of privacy and convenience. A paved road runs from the entrance to the headquarters; crushed stone roads around the perimeter and throughout the ranch make accessibility easy. The ranch, which features rolling pastures resplendent with native grass and live oaks as well as 2 fields suitable for cultivation as either hay meadows or food plots, is a testimony to pioneering stewardship that can be traced back to the early 1900s when the historic ranch was founded. Throughout most of its history, the ranch was used as a livestock operation and still maintains the infrastructure of working pens, barns, a cedar stay round pen for horses, and excellent water distribution thanks to 2 water wells and a windmill. Two additional storage tanks could be hooked up to further develop the water. Most recently, though, the low-fenced ranch has been rested and refocused on wildlife. Native game includes white-tailed deer and turkey. Free-ranging exotics such as blackbuck antelope and axis deer come and go. In addition to the ranch infrastructure, the headquarters compound includes two main ranch houses and a wrangler’s house. The original ranch house, which boasts 4 bedrooms and 2 baths, was completely updated recently to include granite counter tops, wood floors and a new heating and cooling system. Its front porch is a place people want to gather as the late evening disappears into the night. With the nearest light pollution half a county away, the night sky is majestic. For those looking to put their own stamp on Reward Ranch, the rolling terrain offers several potential building sites with memorable Hill Country views. Just an hour and a half from the San Antonio International Airport, Reward Ranch’s large-scale landscape offers the best of the Hill Country along with convenient interstate access to Kerrville and San Antonio. It’s an easy drive to serenity. Call Howard W. Hood at (830) 739-3815 to experience the Reward Ranch for yourself. It is available for $2,650/acre.
$749,000  •  273.4 acres
Stunning mountain home on 273 acres, conveniently located at the edge of Yreka, but offering privacy, solitude & the relaxing feel of being in the mountains , watching the deer & listening to the wind in the pines. This beautiful northern California home has been completely remodeled, inside & out. Many special touches can be found in its open floor plan: handmade juniper mantle over the rock hearth, a charming entrance with custom juniper posts & fountain, custom cabinets & rough-edged granite countertops throughout the house, including in bathrooms, pantry & laundry rooms. The well-planned low water landscaping, circle drive & white fencing all combine to add to the natural beauty of the property. Decks, patios, outdoor kitchen, a swim spa and fenced garden are there for you to enjoy outdoor living. An attached carport nestles on one side of the house, plus a large shop/garage with 3+ spaces & a great game room upstairs, several storage sheds & a large wooden barn with tack room provide extensive parking & storage. This Siskiyou County land includes both gently sloping fenced areas for horses & hillside ground with marketable timber. The property borders government land to the west, allowing for hiking, hunting or riding right from the property. Enjoy country living only 5 minutes from shopping, restaurants & more, in the small city of Yreka. Yreka has a population of just under 8,000 and is the county seat of Siskiyou County. It’s at an elevation of approx. 2500 feet, with an average summer high of 88 degrees. The area gets an average of 17 inches of rainfall and 20 inches of snowfall – so you’ll get to enjoy all 4 seasons. Yreka has a small hospital, other medical offices, groceries, hardware stores, a great little historic downtown section of shopping, restaurants, etc. Here, you’re truly in northern California, about a half hour from the Oregon border, in the heart of Jefferson country. Siskiyou County is known for its beautiful scenery, thousands and thousands of acres of national forest, and a myriad of outdoor recreation opportunities including hiking, biking, horseback riding, skiing, trout fishing, golf and more. Make an appointment to see this lovely country home today! Property Highlights: • 2434 sf home, 3 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, built in 2003, but completely remodeled. • Beautiful spacious custom kitchen: custom built hickory cabinets, granite counter tops, island with prep sink, large pantry with wine fridge, Electrolux appliances! • Many custom touches in this home including beautiful front porch with fountain, rock hearth with juniper mantle, covered swim spa. • Large newer two story shop/garage building. Upstairs is a large open game room, with storage down both sides. • Older, but solid, wooden barn. Maintenance and repairs have been done. Very scenic, storage and tack room. • Extensive low maintenance low water landscaping, plus several patios & deck to provide many places for entertaining and enjoying the outdoor beauty of this property. • Bordering government ground! • Last home on the road. Quiet and peaceful setting with no through traffic. • Beautiful entry drive bordered by white vinyl fencing. • Lots of wildlife! Blacktail deer, wild turkeys, quail, and many other native species are regularly seen on this property. • Plenty of room for horses, cattle, sheep, goats, etc. Could easily a homestead type property! • Large fully fenced garden & family orchard, with garden boxes, irrigation system, etc, in protected location close to the house. • Conveniently located, just on the outskirts of Yreka, outside of city limits, but close to shopping, medical care and more. • Just under an hour from the Medford Airport. 20 minutes from the smaller Siskiyou County Airport. • Enjoy the beautiful rural setting of Siskiyou County – known for its spectacular scenery, national forests, Marble Mountain Wilderness, Mt. Shasta, and much more!
$2,850,000  •  198.4 acres
Baker County, Oregon is the undiscovered gem of the West. It has a lifestyle of friendly people, no traffic, beautiful scenery, and great recreation. The charming community has a deep history of the west rooted in gold mining, cattle, and timber. In fact, little Baker City has more historically registered buildings than Portland, Oregon. Enjoy the quiet friendly atmosphere of downtown Baker City which has the world-class Barley Brown Brewery, Copper Belt Winery, a distillery, and other terrific locally owned bars and restaurants. The town hosts several annual events including rodeos and cycling classics.The surrounding area is a gateway to year-round recreation. Anthony Lakes Ski Resort has the highest lodge elevation in the Northwest providing great powder snow for downhill, cat, and cross-country skiing. The resort also offers weekend bands, a low-key atmosphere, ski races, and fun special events. Enjoy elk, deer, and bird hunting both on the property and in the surrounding areas. World-class fishing is available in many rivers, lakes, and reservoirs within short distances from the property. The Snake River in Hell's Canyon is just 45 minutes away and is known for its world-class fishing and boating. Within miles you will find Anthony, Pilcher, Wolf Creek, Phillips Lakes along with the Grande Ronde and Powder Rivers. There are several wilderness mountain areas almost in your backyard for incredible viewing, hiking, and exploration. Cycling, ATV riding, horseback riding, camping, are a few of the other available activities. Be sure to check out the 47 Ranch Oregon website under resources for additional information on the property, recreational opportunities, and local area.Just 20 minutes from Baker City, Oregon lies a rare offering. Perfectly designed for the mountain setting, this luxury lodge-style home on 198 acres in the heart of Baker County blends seamlessly with the surrounding landscape. It sits along the foothills of the Elkhorn Mountains offering breathtaking views of the Wallowa and Elkhorn Mountains. The owner will have their choice of uses, as the home could serve as a private year-round retreat, vacation home, or hunting lodge. The rolling acreage has both agricultural and recreational applications. The land consists of 160 acres of pasture and farm ground, irrigated through gravity-flow wheel lines and 40 acres of scattered timber. The owners could operate the ranch themselves or lease it to a tenant farmer. It is ideal for grazing cattle, boarding horses, or harvesting alfalfa.REASONS TO LIVE IN BAKER COUNTY2012 Rand McNalley's Best of The Road Most Beautiful Finalist10 Most Beautiful Towns in Oregon by Culture TripVoted Safest Place to Live in Oregon by Safe Choice Security News10 Most Affordable Places in Oregon by HomeSnacksRECREATIONAbundant WildlifeAnthony Lakes Ski Resort (Highest resort in the Northwest. Offers downhill & cross-country skiing)Boating at Wolf Creek Reservoir & Phillips ReservoirEagle Cap Wilderness AreaElkhorn Mountain Wilderness AreaFishingHikingHuntingSnowmobilingElkhorn Scenic BywayHells Canyon Scenic BywayWallowa-Whitman National ForestARTS & CULTUREOregon Trail Interpretive CenterBaker Heritage MuseumCarnegie Art CenterFirst Friday Art WalkNumerous Art GalleriesBaker County We Like'em Short Film FestivalEastern Oregon Regional TheaterAlder House MuseumLOCAL EVENTSBaker City Bronc & Bull RidingBaker County FairHaines Stampede RodeoHells Canyon Junior RodeoHells Canyon Motorcycle RallyMiners Jubilee WeekendPanhandle RodeoSumpter Valley Railroad TripsThe homes is designed perfectly to capture 360-degree views of the breathtaking scenery and local wildlife. The first level exterior is made up of natural stone, and the upper-level deck wraps around two sides set off by a decorative iron railing. Low maintenance landscaping, rock gardens, and a beautifully manicured lawn complete the outdoor setting. Indoors, the rustic theme continues with solid wood doors, hickory flooring and molding, and handmade wrought-iron railings with inlaid forest and elk artwork.Enjoy magnificent mountain views from huge windows in the open living area. Complete with 24' vaulted ceilings, a floor-to-ceiling natural stone fireplace, and a custom wagon-wheel chandelier, this beautiful room is sure to impress. The open floor plan flows seamlessly into the kitchen and dining room, set off by natural hickory flooring and high, open-beamed ceilings. The gourmet kitchen features two dishwashers, a Sub-Zero refrigerator, custom hickory cabinets, double oven, copper kitchen and bar sinks, and stainless-steel appliances. A custom tiled backsplash sets off the beautiful woodwork and granite countertops, and large windows offer additional panoramic views of the surrounding mountains.The relaxing master bedroom with an en-suite bath offers the perfect place to unwind. Featuring a 6' long, high-back, hammered copper bathtub, walk-in tiled shower, and walk-in closet, the master suite opens onto a private deck with hot tub. The open-beamed, extra-tall ceilings continue through the master bedroom, which is accessed through impressive double doors and separated from the master bath by a sliding pocket door. Large, picture windows in the master bedroom and bath display stunning views of the Wallowa Valley and surrounding mountain range.Guests can relax in a self-contained studio living quarters complete with a full kitchen, propane fireplace, stacked washer and dryer, bathroom, and private patio. A bunkhouse room allows for additional guests, with plenty of room to accommodate a king bed, a queen bed, and bunk beds. The bunkhouse room is also outfitted with its own bathroom, propane fireplace, wet bar, and ping pong table.This impressive home includes a media room with privacy door, a large office, workout room, and laundry room that will make you look forward to laundry day. For wine enthusiasts, this home even includes a lower-level wine room, built against the natural rock wall to maintain an ideal temperature of 58 degrees.The home offers plenty of parking space with two attached garages and an additional, drive-through RV garage. The upper garage fits two cars, while the lower garage has room for three cars and a workspace with a workbench, storage, and wood stove. The home is heated and cooled by a highly efficient geothermal system and the home has its own well and septic.The timbered acreage acts as a haven for wildlife, making this an ideal hunting property. The surrounding area offers a multitude of elk, deer, turkey and other wild game. The property also has private access to the adjacent state game reserve that is used as a winter-feeding ground for elk and is available for hunting during the fall. Aside from hunting, the property offers year-round recreation. In the summer, one can hike or ATV. In the winter months you can enjoy snowmobiling, cross-country skiing, or sledding on the property.With the Elkhorn Mountain Range to the west and Eagle Cap Wilderness Area to the east, there are even more recreational opportunities at your fingertips. This home positions you for convenient access to Oregon's pristine lakes, mountains, rivers, and miles of hiking and riding trails. The Elkhorn Mountain Range is a subrange of the Blue Mountains and is home to Anthony Lakes Ski Resort and Summit Lake. Eagle Cap Wilderness Area is a remote unspoiled region of the Wallowa-Whitman National Forest that is popular for backcountry skiing, backpacking, and primitive camping.
$550,000  •  169.31 acres
Potential development land between Boise and Mountain Home with easy access off of Interstate 84. The level acreage has beautiful unobstructed views and would be ideal for grazing livestock. It borders BLM land on 3 sides so there is plenty of privacy and it is less than a half-mile from Bowns Creek. Shopping and entertainment are within 30 minutes in either direction.The city of Mountain Home offers many of the shopping and entertainment conveniences of a larger city but still has a small-town feel. Local events celebrated in Mountain Home include the Crazee Dayz Celebration & Carnival, Annual Garden Tour, Elmore County Fair & Rodeo and concerts or movies in the park. This area is also where the Mountain Home Air Force Base resides. Mountain Home is also just a 40-minute commute to the Boise Metro area.
$131,500  •  120 acres
Secluded land with level topography just outside Mountain Home near the beautiful Snake River. The 120 acres is completely surrounded by BLM land and has Canyon Creek running through it. The land lies just 20 minutes from Mountain Home, Idaho. The city of Mountain Home offers many of the shopping and entertainment conveniences of a larger city but still has a small-town feel. Local events celebrated in Mountain Home include the Crazee Dayz Celebration & Carnival, Annual Garden Tour, Elmore County Fair & Rodeo and concerts or movies in the park. This area is also where the Mountain Home Air Force Base resides. The property is also just a 50 minute commute to the Boise Metro area.
$275,000  •  75 acres
Hillsboro Quail, Dove and Deer HideawayQuality bird hunting properties are some of America's most sought after jewels, and Hillsboro Quail, Dove and Deer Hideaway's 75 deeded acres with home, nestled into a +/- private 52,000 acre recreational easement, and bordering thousands of acres of BLM, is the bird & deer hunters' paradise presenting one of the nations very best sporting property values. Located about 14 miles south of the historic district of Hillsboro, New Mexico (the town that hosted the countries last stage line) and the Geronimo Trail, you would not be the first to enjoy the incredible hunting and ATV recreation available to the owner. Apache and Mimbres native remnants abound on this hand-picked property. This is what one would call the corner lot with the prime position! Live springs, an incredible well, private end-of-the-road access, yet hosting full power, are but a few of the features of this one-of-a-kind recreational holding.LocationLocated on the very farthest private end of the road private parcel available in the Lake Valley Ranch, the Seller, who is the consummate bird hunter, handpicked the Hideaway 20 years ago, with full power and well, located on a wildlife mecca Brenda Creek, lined with cottonwoods, incredible views, seclusion and privacy. The very liberal HOA allows for custom construction only, no trailer houses. Historically the HOA fees have been no more than $250 per year, which includes road maintenance. Hunting With public/private land quail guides running from $500 to $1500 per day, is it time for you to own your very own piece of paradise? New Mexico hosts 4 species of quail, and this area provides some of the best hunting for the scales (Blue), Gambels and Mearns (Montezuma) with thousands of acres of both private and public access. Because the holding lies in the Lake Valley Ranch, it receives a recreational, ATV and hunting access easement across the +/-50,000 acres of the private ranch, as well as bordering thousands of acres of public BLM lands, in an area that the public has very little access. Unit 21 has been a 100% draw deer unit and over the last 20 years the Seller has harvested both Coues and Mule Deer, thousands of doves on the ranches tanks and hundreds of quail. Predator hunting has been a bonus.Improvements Built in 2010, the custom stucco mountain home was built with the intention of very little maintenance, hosts two air conditioners, swamp cooler, back up generator, all appliances, metal roof, and is being conveyed fully furnished including permanently attached gun safe. The property hosts an excellent well, full power, with a stocked wood shed and 360 degree views with rifle range. The home literally appears as brand new. There is a sunshade covered outdoor patio with furniture and a detached two car parking garage. Just bring your Brittany, Setter or Pointer (outdoor covered dog run included), your side-by-side and your shotgun and you're good to go...One would be hard pressed to find a more comfortable and relaxing cabin at the end of a long day chasing bird dogs and enjoying teriyaki marinated quail on the grill complimented by a bottle of one of New Mexico's finest vineyards. Call today for your shot at the Hillsboro Quail, Dove and Deer Hideaway before this hidden jewel is gone. Co brokers welcome!
$849,900  •  56.28 acres
Private mountain home on over 56 wooded acres tucked away in the private gated community of Circle C Ranch in New Meadows, Idaho. This stunning home would be ideal as a full-time residence, vacation home, or a great escape for the outdoor enthusiast. Avid outdoor enthusiasts will love the superb location, which is central to some of Central Idaho's best recreation and offers year-round outdoor recreation right at their fingertips. The spacious and inviting home has 3,115 square feet of finished living space which includes three bedrooms, three bathrooms, hickory floors, custom cabinets, granite tiles, and stainless-steel appliances. The property also has an 800 square foot shop with power, plus a carport and an oversized attached garage perfect for storing recreational vehicles. Circle C Ranch has easy access off of Highway 95 and is approximately 9 miles north of New Meadows, Idaho. New Meadows is located along the Payette River Scenic Byway where State Highway 55 and US Highway 95 converge. Its central location and access to a plethora of year-round recreational activities makes New Meadows a popular destination for travelers. This could be one of the reasons this charming community is known as the heartland of Idaho. Residents partake in local annual events such as Meadows Valley Days, the Adams County Fair and the Leroy Matthews Memorial Softball Tournament. Locals and visitors also enjoy swimming at Zims Hot Springs or golfing at Meadow Creek Golf Resort. Pastimes such as river rafting, kayaking, fishing, boating, jet skiing, camping, hiking, skiing or soaking in the one of the area's natural hot springs are just a way of life here. In fact, within 30 minutes in all directions from Circle C Ranch, are some of the best outdoor adventures available in Idaho. To the north is Riggins, Idaho, known for its excellent Steelhead and Salmon fishing. Riggins is also the gateway to the scenic Hells Canyon Recreation Area. To the southwest is Lost Valley Reservoir and the Weiser River Trail. Finally, to the southeast is the resort town of McCall, Idaho which sits along the banks of Payette Lake. McCall is a weekend escape for many residents from the Boise metro area. The area is home to Brundage Mountain, the Little Ski Hill and the Tamarack Resort thus making it known for its winter recreation. Popular winter sports include Nordic skiing, cross-country skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing, tubing and snowboarding. One of McCall's most vibrant events is the annual Winter Carnival held every January which exhibits intricate snow sculptures throughout the community. Spectacular mountain scenery and lake views can be appreciated from downtown McCall but for a more intimate and unspoiled view, many like to visit Ponderosa State Park. This public park is just on the northern outskirts of town and offers hiking trails, camping sites and beaches along the Payette Lake. In the summer, there is an annual Huckleberry Festival held in Donnelly, Idaho. During the festival, the Tamarack Resort hosts a two-day outdoor music festival known as the Huckleberry Jam.
$499,900  •  35.68 acres
Serenity at Spanish Peaks is a fantastic property situated on 35.68 acres in the Spanish Peaks Ranch Estates and is unrestricted by any HOA's or covenants. This property offers everything imaginable for the outdoor enthusiast; hiking, mountain biking, birding, snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, hunting and fishing opportunities just to mention a few surround you. If you love Nature and serenity, this is the perfect property for you!Serenity at Spanish Peaks features a beautiful 2 bd, 2 - 3/4 bath modern home with loft that is only 5 years old, a 1 bed, 3/4 bath rustic log cabin (The Cabinista) and a quaint studio with 1/2 bath, boasting breathtaking views of the Spanish Peaks, The Sangre de Cristo Mountains, the eastern plains and Fisher's Peak near Trinidad.The property is accessed by well maintained county and private roads and is located west of the community of Aguilar. The picturesque drive as you travel the famous "Highway of Legends", a Colorado Byway on your way to Cordova Pass and Serenity at Spanish Peaks passes through several conifer and aspen forests, past stone dykes (a unique geological formation) and lush mountain meadows.The Spanish Peaks country known for the twin mountains that rise up from the plains (East Peak is 12,684' high and West Peak is 13,631' high) is rich in history and has drawn explorers, settlers, artists, hunters and visitors for centuries. The nearby San Isabel National Forest which encompasses a staggering 1,120,233 acres contains 19 of the state's 53 fourteeners (peaks over 14,000'/4,267m high) and is also home to the Spanish Peaks Wilderness, a 19,226 acre designated wilderness area protected and managed by the U.S. Forest Service.Serenity at Spanish Peaks and the surrounding area is home to elk, deer, bear, turkey and small game for the hunting enthusiast and nearby Trinidad Lake and Monument Lake as well as several streams and rivers provide excellent fishing. Serenity at Spanish Peaks is located in CO GMU # 85Contact Rick with any questions or to schedule a private showing.Special features of Serenity at Spanish Peaks include:Mountain Home:- Million-dollar views (from front / back composite decks and through large picture windows) of the West and East Spanish Peaks, and over a dozen ridges for 30 miles- Two large Bedrooms with two separate bathrooms with granite countertops- Master bedroom has a balcony with views of the West & East Spanish Peaks- Complete kitchen with granite countertops, island, and under-cabinet lighting- Spacious loft which can accommodate a sleeping couch- High ceiling and ceiling fans throughout the house- Bonus Room on the 3 rd floor, 18' x 36' semi-finished- Spray foam insulation throughout the 2" x 6" constructed home- Large wood burning stove with fan- Top-of-the-line home electric heating system- Electric baseboard heaters in each bedroom- Timed heat lamps in both bathrooms- LED / CFL lighting- Engineered Wood and Luxury Vinyl Tile floors- Downstairs bathroom has both a handwashing sink and oversize stainless-steel sink- Large basement, which is entered from the outside with work benches, lighting, electricity, and storage big enough for a 4-wheeler and many extra items- Dedicated electrical lines for a portable generator- Integrated radon mitigation systemLog Cabin "Cabinista":- Beautiful Rustic Log Cabin, 16' x24' for three-plus seasons of privacy and enjoyment- Insulated and interior stained-wood paneling- Beautiful solid Oak kitchen cabinets- Fully furnished- Bathroom with a hot shower- Wood stove with blower- Electric baseboard heater- Redwood deck with lovely views of a tree-covered pine and Aspen ridge and small valley- Wood storage shed- Driveway and parking- Dedicated electrical power and septic systemStudio / Cottage:- Newly remodeled 12' x 16' building with insulation, wood paneling and trim, for three-season use- Usable as a bedroom suite, studio or office- Private toilet - Sink and counter for making coffee or an afternoon libation- Mini Refrigerator and microwave- Entry deck with great views of the West Spanish Peak- Picture window with a nice view down the valley- Electrical breaker box, cold water (Pex) and septic linesWater System: Upgraded well equipment, Pex lines, electric wiring, pitless pump; and a 3,000-gallon storage tank
$998,875  •  35.2 acres
Exquisite mountain home on 35.2 acres with amazing mountain views and over 1,500 feet of decking!
$998,875  •  35.2 acres
Exquisite mountain home on 35.2 acres with amazing mountain views and over 1,500 feet of decking!
$749,000  •  35.1 acres
Rendezvous RanchThis property is beautifully placed in the Wet Mountains that cascade down into the Wet Mountain Valley. It's situated to enjoy the embellished 20 mile-wide valley views which ascend to the genuinely majestic Sangre de Cristo Mountain Range to the west. The HomeThis picturesque sculpture was artfully built with love by two visionaries who believed that building a homestead for any possible dream was paramount. The creation of this architecture was beautifully designed and created so that the opportunity for it to be continually molded and modified into any lifestyle configuration that would be welcoming of future ideas and aspirations. This property invites you to feel the love, energy, and vision that is in the very foundation of its realization and to manifest YOUR wildest dreams in this Colorado mountain home.The home, constructed with Ray Core Structural Insulated Panels, consists of grand open space and colossal timber beams transcending vaulted ceilings as you enter, with picture windows directing your attention to the big valley and mountains from any room in the house. The kitchen is large with tile countertops and custom cabinetry of beautiful reclaimed Wyoming wind and snow fence. Each piece of reclaimed wood comes from the tall snow fences that line roadways of the wind-prone state of Wyoming. This distressed wood, naturally aged in the high plains and mountains of Wyoming, has been artistically infused in the design of the entire home. Step out from the kitchen or dining room to the grand outdoor covered deck that's perfect for your outdoor parties and has plenty of room for an outdoor kitchen! The laundry area is located just off the kitchen.The shop/studio area is opposite the kitchen and is wainscoted with this beautiful wood where the sunlight falls upon the artists' workbench from the wall of west-facing windows. (The studio area has the space to be remodeled into a bedroom or two if you so desire) The grand and sizable bathroom offers the same reclaimed wood finishes with slate tile ascending to the large jetted tub, which is situated to enjoy the breathtaking views while immersed in warm, clear rocky mountain water. The spiral staircase leads to the open loft with views of the rocky mountains visible from the king bed. (Not technically a bedroom as there is no closet at this time, but one could be designed with ease). The entire home is heated with a wood stove and has been plumbed for propane heat if desired.OutbuildingsThe unattached studio/workshop/man-cave has been equipped with a garage door and man-door and could easily be used as a garage if desired. The artistic interior is insulated and finished with corrugated tin walls, aspen ceiling, and concrete floors - the exterior consists of distressed corrugated tin with a covered deck. A Quonset hut utilized as the gardening shed for the fenced, raised-bed garden area and a 1,000 sq. ft., 50'x20', unfinished studio that would also make fantastic guest quarters are also a part of this artistically infused architectural homestead.The LandThe property has year-round access and is located a short distance south of Westcliffe, Colorado, in the foothills of the Wet Mountain Valley. Westcliffe is an easy three-hour drive from Denver, a 1.5-hour drive from Colorado Springs, and 45 minutes from Canon City and Pueblo. This property is quite close to the Silver West Airport that features a 54' x 7,000' runway.NearbyThe famous Crestone Needles, Crestone Peak, Kit Carson Mountain, and Humbolt Peak are a few of the mountains that are there for your viewing pleasure and offer 52 high-mountain lakes for an epic fishing and hiking experience. The 100-mile Rainbow Trail skirts the base of these mountains and stretches from New Mexico to Salida, Colorado.
$1,650,000  •  35 acres
The Lodge at Diamond View boasts 35+/- deeded acres of timbered mountain land with an impressive 7,384+/- SF log home within the 4,242+/- Acre Fish Creek Ranch Preserve just north of the Wyoming border halfway between Laramie, Wyoming and Fort Collins, Colorado; both being under an hour drive away. With exceptional recreational characteristics and improvements this property is ready to go for the avid outdoorsman and is centrally located as a world-class sporting destination with commercial air service just a short drive away out of Denver and Laramie. The property sits approximately 7 miles west of US Hwy 287 just north of the Colorado/ Wyoming Border with year-round access on well-maintained roads.Fish Creek Ranch PreserveThe 4,242+/- Acre Fish Creek Ranch Preserve was developed as a luxurious shared amenity ranch with fourteen 35+/- Acre Homesteads leaving the remaining 3,752+/- Acres as a game preserve and recreational playground for homestead owners. With the purchase of a property within the Fish Creek Preserve an owner would receive a 1/14th divided interest in the community portions of the ranch including a variety of heavy equipment as well as the ranch manager's home, equipment barn, horse stables, and the land itself. With a full-time ranch manager who handles duties such as road maintenance, property maintenance, caring for horses, and watching over everything year-round, homeowners can feel at ease while away. The ranch is frequented with wildlife species such as Elk, Moose, Mule Deer, Eagles and a multitude of other wildlife species with the occasional Black Bear or Mountain Lion. The Fish Creek Ranch Preserve is one of the finest shared amenity ranches in the United States west and one quick drive around the wildlife-rich property would show why.ImprovementsPerhaps the greatest asset of the property is the tremendous custom-built log home boasting 7,384+/- SF of finished living space sitting on a tall timbered ridgeline with sprawling views of a large creek drainage, Diamond Peak and Roosevelt National Forest to the south. The quality, design and functionality is apparent in the lodge featuring 5 bedrooms and 5 1/2 bathrooms with three levels of living space including a large great room, three car garage, large walkout basement with a media room and surround sound for entertainment, and guest quarters apartment above the garage. The lodge also boasts a tremendous deck and hot tub where one can walk out and capture the stunning views of the mountains and the wildlife rich area. The design and construction of the lodge is exceptional from the location to the layout to the well-built log construction it is hard to find a better layout for a luxury mountain home. The Lodge at Diamond View has everything one could want in a Rocky Mountain retreat. The property is being sold fully furnished making it ready to go for a future owner to step in and enjoy. Land and Recreational ResourcesThe entirety of the Fish Creek Preserve sits in a topographically diverse area of Southeast Wyoming with alpine valley prairie land rising gradually into mountainous ridgelines and ravines covered in Ponderosa and Lodgepole pine, along with Aspens and Willows in the spring-fed drainages. With the remaining 3,752+/- acres used as common grounds for the property owners, the recreational capabilities are endless with miles of hiking, snow shoeing, horseback riding and a thorough network of ATV and snowmobile trails. Along Fish Creek the main live-water drainage that winds its way through the property, seven ponds were strategically constructed for fishing. Fish Creek boasts a wild population of brook trout and some of the larger impoundments have regularly been stocked with healthy rainbow and brown trout. Intensive management of the fisheries coupled with the ideal elevation and steady hatches of bugs throughout the summer truly makes a world-class setting concerning stillwater fisheries with 20+ inch trout common. One would be hard pressed to find a better setting for the avid trout angler. With a private gate to access Colorado's Roosevelt National Forest just a short four-wheeler drive away, the recreational potential is endless with hundreds of thousands of acres of prime hunting and fishing habitat in the national forest. This part of the national forest sits in Colorado Game & Fish departments' game management unit 8 and offers up tags for Elk, Deer, and Bear with plenty of prime habitat to hunt and explore. Although limited there are nearby public lands in Wyoming with opportunities for Elk, Deer, and Pronghorn. The Lodge at Diamond View has every component that one could want in a luxurious mountain retreat with top-end improvements, a great location, and endless possibilities for recreation. Call for more information and to schedule a private showing today.
$99,900  •  31 acres
Beautiful Mountain Views for Residential/Recreation
$134,900  •  26 acres
Cabin in the Ozarks Mountains - Close to North Fork of the White River - Nortfork Lake - Bryant Creek and Thousands of Acres of Mark Twain National Forest - Breathtaking Views - Amazing Creek Runs Through the Property - Covered Front Porch - Wall of Windows in Family Room Loft area fits 3 beds - Kitchen, Dining Room, Family Room with Vaulted Ceiling along with a wall of windows that allows for the most beautiful of views of the mature timbers, wildlife including white tail deer and turkey. Property has garden beds as well as gorgeous landscaping. Home also has ventless propane and fireplace. Close to Gainesville and Mountain Home.
$1,295,000  •  22.51 acres
Escape to your mountain home located in a high alpine setting bordering the San Juan National Forest. This house will far exceed your expectations for quality and design. It captures the surrounding landscape of aspen groves, pines, fir, lush mountain pastures and exceptional views. The home has two bedrooms , two baths, an office/loft plus a finished bonus room above the garage. A Telluride contemporary design blending nature with convenience. As you enter you will be drawn to the floor to ceiling windows, custom reclaimed oak wood floors, tongue and groove beetle kill pine ceiling, poplar window trim and baseboars, iron and doug fir stairwell, custom light fixtures, sleek metal cabinets throughout with poured concrete counters, GE Profile appliances and movable island/bar which is perfect for entertaining. This home can be sold completely furnished including all artwork & décor. The metal & glass elk dining table was custom built and designed by Phil Graveson. This is one of five homes on a 500 acre ranch located at the end of the road only 9 miles from town. Cimarrona Ranch offers central water, underground utilities, year-round road maintenance and the best high-speed internet available in the area. With an open concept, the ranch has expansive mountain views and is home to herds of elk, deer, bear and wild turkey. The septic system was engineered for five bedrooms allowing one to build a second home or guest cabin. Hike, x-ski, snowshoe or ride out your back door and enjoy thousands of acres of wilderness.
$139,500  •  20 acres
Under Contract
This property is offered for sale by world famous hunting sports writer, Jim Zumbo. Come own a mountain parcel today.Mule Deer, Elk, Turkey, Mountain Lions and Wolves roam this rugged 20 acre mountain paradise less than 25 miles from Yellowstone National Park's East entrance. Build your mountain home or hunting cabin on this unique parcel of ground. Access to Shoshone National Forest within walking distance. Minutes from public access to world class fishing on the Shoshone River or Buffalo Bill Reservoir.Breathtaking alpine vista and unparalleled wildlife viewing. World class dining at local nearby guest ranches and Wyoming hospitality abounding. Call today before this rare parcel of ground is gone.Easements and restrictions apply.
$1,885,000  •  10 acres
Magnificent Taos Pines Ranch home. Super views of the Moreno Valley, Angel Fire Ski Resort, Eagle Nest Lake and borders millions of acres of Carson National Forest. The main level has an open floor plan. Chef's kitchen with granite countertops. Great Room with a rock fireplace, Master Bedroom, 4 Guest rooms and a laundry room and an oversized 4 car garage. In addition there is a 50' X 50' X 16' shop with 2 oversized roll up doors and a 50' lean too for additional storage. The shop also has a 1250' apartment inside. One bedroom, bath, kitchen and open living area with radiant heat. 30 minutes to Taos, 15 minutes to Angel Fire Ski Resort, 20 minutes to Eagle Nest Lake and 10 minutes to the jet capable Angel Fire Airport. Wildlife abounds. Elk, Mule Deer, Wild Turkey and Grouse frequent the property.
$549,000  •  9 acres
3,700 square feet tastefully decorated and designed mountain home on 9.5 acres. Includes 40 x 50 garage/barn with two large roll-up doors and stalls for up to three horses. Fantastic view of meadows and mountains facing the neighboring Norwegian Ranch pastures. The bottom floor of the home could be a separate apartment or mother-in-law quarters. End of road location yet only a few miles of paved, county maintained road to Trinity Center. The dramatic vaulted ceilings give the feel of an extravagant home with the coziness of kitchen, family room, deck and loft bedroom all in one unique great room concept. The two car garage provides convenient winter access to both the upstairs and downstairs portions of the home. PROPERTY HIGHLIGHTS: 3,700 square feet, 4 bedroom / 3 bath Downstairs unit with separate entrance Mother-in-law quarters 9 easily maintained acres 40 x 50 barn / garage / shop combination Views of meadow and mountains Two large master suites Stainless appliances Open living/dining area with a view Custom woodwork throughout Metal roof Custom stonework Newer carpet Jacuzzi in upstairs master bath Easy access on paved road End of road privacy
$199,000  •  8.4 acres
Under Contract
Red Tail Ridge Acreage is an 8.4 acre property with great views of Mount Evans, located just north of Idaho Springs, Colorado. The land is an old mining claim and borders National Forest with thousands of more acres to explore nearby. The mountainsides are filled with native grasses, beautiful wild flowers, and lush aspen groves that will produce magnificent colors come fall time. A workshop and tool shed are set up in the middle of the property and can serve many different purposes. Also, a 1.3 acre area is fenced in just below the shop and is ready for whatever animals you may bring. This lot is only 30 minutes outside of Denver and is a prime location to build your dream mountain home. Don't miss out and call Ryan Crete for a private tour today.
$2,679,000  •  7.58 acres
Luxury Mountain Home on Bull Lake For Sale in Lincoln County, MT Located with breath taking views of Bull Lake, with your own private deeded seaplane boat dock. The estate has a large octagon helicopter pad. The privacy, and serenity is a rare commodity with privacy on hilltop, and the land is contiguous on three sides with, Montana Fish & Wildlife , 2000 acres, Wildlife Management , with heavy Timber. The home entrance leads you to a oasis by English street lights, secured gate with 2000' paved drive. Luxury Lodge home, with your own massive library wing. 22' Ceilings, Montana Native Stone Fireplace. The Master bedroom has a walk out to your own Native Stone Conservatory. Gourmet Kitchen. Ash Cabinets. Entertainment Center. Guest Cabin possible air/bnb. Pavilion with BBQ entertaining The pavilion gives your own private views of Bull Lake, and the amazing Mountains. Custom lighting and outlets for gas and TV. Lets you enjoy endless amount of time in Montana Outdoors, while enjoying waterfall, rocky stream that feeds to the pond below. Convenient location to Sandpoint Idaho, and Schweitzer Basin Ski Area. And the world famous Lake Pend O'Reille, where you can enjoy floating restaurants and entertainment. Golf Courses and beautiful resorts. Private Jets fly into Sandpoint, or fly a seaplane to your own dock. Or helicopter all located on property. 2 1/2 hrs to International Airport. And gorgeous drive to the Glacier National Park. Your drive is through the Kootenai National Forest, through 94000 Acres of wilderness of National Forest, Rain Forest, and Cabinet Mountain Wilderness. If you like Big Game, this country is loaded with Elk, Moose, Deer, Bear. Fowl includes Geese, Ducks, Swans, Grouse, and Partridge. Deep well, with icy cold water. For more properties like this, go to United Country Real Estate! Listing ID: 25043-07860
$289,000  •  7.29 acres
This spectacular mountain setting features frontage on the South Arkansas River, grassy meadows, Ponderosa Pines, Blue Spruce, and Aspens. The bordering National Forest offers recreation including hunting, fishing, skiing, ATV riding, hiking, mountain biking, etc.; all right out your door. Wildlife on and around the property is abundant and elk, deer, turkeys, and other wildlife are common visitors. A great Colorado fishing property, recreational retreat, or full time mountain home site with year round access on maintained roads. Well is already drilled. Power and phone are to the lot. 10 minutes to Salida, CO or Monarch Ski Area.
$758,000  •  7.06 acres
What a setting for this beautiful mountain home and separate guest studio in Loma Linda! With over seven wooded and private acres bordering the San Juan National Forest, the main home has lots of windows, living room with gas fireplace and vaulted ceilings, master suite on the main level with corner gas fireplace, jetted tub and tiled shower. There are two guest bedrooms on the main as well -each with private access to the covered deck, a full bath, loft/office with bay window seat, two car garage and tons of storage. Upgrades include solid wood floors, great custom woodwork throughout, open kitchen area to dining room with island bar and lots of cabinet space, high end appliances, laundry, pantry, built-in office nook, covered deck and wonderful private patio out back. Enjoy great views of the north mountain range framed by tall pines out front or soak up the southern sun on the back patio. Take long hikes in the national forest or simply enjoy the abundance of wildlife that traverse through your backyard. This is a truly exceptional setting with a quality built home and guest studio.