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$100,000,000  •  17,132 acres
The 17,132-acre Rancho Agua Grande, located 25 miles northwest of Uvalde where South Texas, West Texas and the Hill Country meet, is one of largest live water ranches for sale in Texas. Year-round Live Oak Creek, fed by more than 30 springs, bisects the ranch from north to south for about seven miles. The line between Uvalde and Kinney counties is on a similar north-south axis. The shady pecan bottom along the creek stands in contrast to the rugged hills and deep canyons that characterize the transitional landscape. The ranch is home to Boiling Mountain, the highest peak in Uvalde County, and Salmon Peak, the highest point in Kinney County. Because three eco regions converge on the Rancho Agua Grande, the vegetation is diverse ranging from pinon pines to live oaks and mesquites, huisache, guajillo and black brush. Its a feast for human eyes and a natural buffet for wildlife. Live Oak Creek is a calling card for the ranches native and exotic wildlife. They gather to drink and loaf under the trees making it easy to view some of the more than 40 species of game from around the globe that roam the property. Its possible to see kangaroos, camels, zebras, gemsbok, sable, water buffalo, white bison, Iranian red sheep, scimitar-horned oryx and water bucks just to name a few in a single afternoon. Whitetails, turkey, dove and a limited population of quail are native to the ranch. More than 50 miles of high-fence encircle the perimeter keeping the desirable managed wildlife inside and the free-ranging game out. With the rich, abundant diversity of wildlife, its no wonder that Rancho Agua Grande is considered one of the nations premier hunting destinations. Currently, its run as an exclusive commercial hunting operation, and as such has served as the backdrop for numerous high-profile hunting shows. The ranch is managed under an MLDP Level 3 permit and features 30+ feeders and hunting blinds located to make the most of the extended season. Because both banks of Live Oak Creek are within the ranches borders, the access is completely controlled and completely private. The only tubers, kayakers or anglers enjoying the crystalline, rock-bottomed stream will be those you invite. The creeks flow is slowed and pooled by 10 dams strategically placed along its route. Numerous lakes, some large enough to jet ski on, dot the landscape. Catfish, bass and bream swim in the clear water. The groundwater is as plentiful as the surface water and there are many water wells distributed over the ranch. In an arid climate, water has long been the lands most highly valued asset. Native Americans relied on the life-giving water as evidenced by the numerous undisturbed Indian mounds and middens located in close proximity to the creek. Lumbering dinosaurs pressed tracks into once soft mud that hardened protecting the imprint from the ravages of time. The limestone hills are pocked by caves including some that cut deeply beneath the earth and invite exploration. After a long day of adventures, the 6,000 square foot lodge with its antique bar, dance floor and bandstand is the perfect place to relax. With a capacity of 250 people, the lodge is also an ideal site for events such weddings, meetings or reunions. An additional 2,300 square foot of covered porches accommodate an even larger party. The lodges expansive main room is bookended by massive fireplaces that stretch from the floor to the vaulted log ceiling that soars 34 feet above. A game loft features a pool table, darts, poker and Big Buck Hunter, a popular arcade game. Guests will enjoy their stays in one of the eight antique cabins dating to the mid-19th century. These cabins were transplanted from the mountains of Kentucky where pioneering families called them home. The cabins have been restored and updated so they meet the most discriminating standards for modern convenience and rustic elegance. Most include a Jacuzzi tub, a kitchenette and a spacious living room and can sleep three to six guests depending on the cabins size and arrangement. Other residences include the managers house and the cooler house, both of which are three bedroom/one bath cabins. Numerous equipment sheds, storage buildings as well as a meat processing room with a walk-in cooler round out the ranchs infrastructure. A blacktop road runs from the main entrance to the main compound. Access is ensured by a permanent easement. For those who prefer the convenience of air travel, Rancho Agua Grande has a 5,800 foot x 70 foot instrument marked, painted and lighted runway that is completely surrounded by a high-fence ensuring that the airstrip is always clear. Jet fuel is available in Uvalde, which is 25 minutes away by car. Rancho Agua Grande is the place for people who appreciate superlatives. Its ideally suited for a commercial hunting destination, a corporate retreat, an events center or an enviable private ranch open only to family and friends. Within its fences, everything is possible . To see the unique splendor and unlimited potential of the Rancho Agua Grande for yourself, contact Howard W. Hood at (830) 739-3815. The ranch is available for $100 million.
$7,900,000  •  5,329 acres
Currently a nature preserve and working cattle ranch, this distinguished ranch belongs to Steven Seagal. These 5,329 hidden acres offers a recreational paradise with numerous lakes, plentiful wildlife and waterfowl; massive log residence; breathtaking mountain views and “off-the-grid” dependability. There is an additional home nearby with a guest house, barns and corrals. The nearby town of Mt. Shasta offers excellent cuisine, art galleries, golf and the hospitality of one of the nicest resort towns in the West.
$4,575,000  •  3,532 acres
- 3,532 deeded acres - Several miles of Nutrias Creek & 15 ponds - Water rights to irrigate 195+/- acres & several hundred acres of improved pasture - Excellent hunting with annual elk & deer tags - Well-kept home, storage barn, & historic buildings - Located 35 miles south of the Colorado border between Chama & Santa Fe
$1,650,000  •  192 acres
This scenic 192± acre river bottom ranch with panoramic views of Idaho’s highest peaks is among the Lost River Valley's premier trout fishing and wildlife properties. Over a half-mile of the Big Lost River flows through the ranch with numerous riffles, runs, and deep holes that are home to large rainbow trout exceeding 20 inches. Additional water resources on the property include Kid Creek, the Burnett irrigation canal, and various sloughs, side channels, and wetland areas. A lush cottonwood forest offers secluded building sites and provides an undisturbed haven for moose, whitetail deer, mule deer, wild turkeys, raptors, and waterfowl. Approximately 60 acres are productive sprinkler-irrigated cropland with an active farming operation under lease to a local rancher. An agricultural well and buried mainline system deliver water to the ranch’s irrigated fields. Improvements are modest yet functional and include a 1,034± square foot farmhouse, grain silo, and livestock pens. The ranch is located one mile south of the farming and ranching community of Mackay and its general aviation airport and 65 miles from the world famous resort community of Ketchum/Sun Valley over beautiful Trail Creek Pass. The Facts: ~ 192± deeded acres ~ Over a half-mile of both sides of the Big Lost River with outstanding rainbow trout fishing and limited public access ~ Sanctuary for moose, mule deer, whitetail deer, wild turkeys, and other wildlife ~ Jaw dropping views of the nearby Lost River Range and White Knob Mountains ~ Proximity to the Sawtooth National Recreation Area, the Salmon River, and multiple federal wilderness areas ~ 1,034± square foot, two-bedroom farmhouse built in 1950 with updated wiring and appliances ~ Adjudicated water right to irrigate up to 65 acres ~ Located in Idaho hunt unit 50 and the Pioneer elk zone ~ Elevation approximately 5,860 feet ~ Annual property taxes are $1,110 ~ Year-round access from US Highway 93
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$1,695,000  •  160 acres
$1,895,000
Set in the coastal mountain hamlet of Comptche, the Comptche Ridge Vineyard epitomizes the best of Mendocino County - redwood and fern strewn valleys, rolling vineyards highlands, breathtaking views, secluded yet accessible and all located in temperate year round climate. Originally homesteaded in the late 1800s by Finnish immigrants seeking sunlit meadows and ridge tops to plant their orchards and graze their livestock, the ranch provided the sustainable backdrop for generations of Johnsons. Besides what they farmed, the ranch provided a rich bounty of resources: steelhead & coho salmon in the year round creeks, deer, bear and other game in the surrounding woods and redwood and hardwood species to both build and burn. In 1996, the Weir brothers, John and Mark, seeking a refuge to raise their Family away from the bright lights and chaos of the Bay Area, bought two adjacent ranch parcels with John’s ranch being 160 acres Comptche Ridge Vineyard. Only remnants were left of the original homestead and almost all had to be constructed from scratch. The brothers aimed to create structures harmonious with their surroundings resulting in residences, studios, barns and other outbuildings feeling more like and integral part of the environment they occupy. Redwood and open beam construction bring the depth of outside into the buildings to give an ample sense of space, while partially covered deck with big mountain vistas allows one to soak in the ambience of nature itself. Pathways lead you between the main residence, yoga studio, office and guest house while rolling vineyards invite you to stroll their maze of rows. Leaving the mountain enclave behind, the internal road systems winds you down through redwood and fir forests to the convergence of Johnson Creek, Sheep Creek and John Smith Creek. Trails shoot off from the main road offering endless possibilities for the more adventure oriented on 160 acres nature preserve - backing up against Mendocino Redwood Company’s 100,000+ acres of private land further assures this property will continue to be a wildlife sanctuary unburdened by development. The John realizing he had something special, next sought to make the land produce. Seeing the success of Pinot Noir in Anderson Valley, he thought the ranch could do all of that plus some and went about preparing the ridge tops for planting. Using four proven clones - Swan, 115, 828 & 667 and planting close spacing the first acre and half of Pinot Noir was planted in 2000 (8 X 4 panting for approx. 1000 vines) and then an additional 2 1/2 acres were planted in 2006 (6 X 4 planting fro approx. 4500 vines). A relationship was struck somewhere in this period between winemakers Anthony Filiberti, Webster Marquez and David Low of Anthill Farms and the John Weir. There was a common recognition amongst the parties that what was being produced here was notably distinct and superb in quality and taste from other nearby regions. There efforts into turning the fruit into something has paid off dearly. Today there is a waiting list for the wine. Besides the commercial vineyard, Comptche Ridge Vineyard is also zoned TPZ (timber preserve zone) benefiting the owner by reducing the property tax liability. There currently is an NTMP (Non-Industrial Timber Management Plan) on the ranch allowing for long term management of the redwood and Douglas fir timber stands which in turn allows for sustainable timber harvesting or allows for a basis to establish carbon credit bank. Property Highlights: • Main House, 1404 sq. ft. - Outside deck 1742 sq. ft., Yoga Cabin, 256 sq.ft. - Outside deck 160 sq. ft., Office, 775 sq. ft.. - Outside deck 230 sq. ft., Caretakers Cabin, 775 sq. ft., Garage/Solar, 429 sq. ft., 3 Sleeping Cabins, 220 sq. ft. each the same, Outside decks 84 sq. ft. each. Ag Barn, 1380 sq. ft., Green house, 2040 sq. ft. • 4 acres of Pi • not Noir Vineyard on four proven clones - Swan, 115, 828 & 667 spaced tight resulting in approx. 6500 vines of premium grapes. • Water: 2 wells, one of over 100 gallons per minute and another of one of 20 gallons per minute. Two holding tanks totaling 7500 gallons. One domestic use pond of apex. 750,000 gallons. • Extensive Off-Grid system with solar panels and battery storage and back up generator. • Designated TPZ zoning for lower property taxes • NTMP in place allowing for long term management of the redwood and Douglas fir timber stands which in turn allows for sustainable timber harvesting or allows for a basis to establish carbon credit bank
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$725,000  •  149 acres
$750,000
Lower Sawmill Creek Ranch consists of 149± deeded acres surrounded by the Salmon-Challis National Forest. Access is by seasonal gravel road. Sawmill Creek flows for approximately one mile through the property and supports a robust wild rainbow trout fishery. The ranch features a comfortable two-bedroom cabin with a kitchen, bathroom, living area, and an adjacent two-car garage. The adjoining national forest lands provide miles of hiking, horseback riding, big game hunting, ATV riding, and other backcountry pursuits. The area is rich in wildlife and home to elk, mule deer, mountain goat, moose, antelope, and upland game birds. The ranch is situated between Sun Valley, Idaho and Jackson Hole, Wyoming, within easy reach of either community. Idaho Falls and its commercial airport lie approximately two hours southeast of the property, while Salt Lake City is four hours to the south.
$11,000,000  •  146 acres
LOCATIONHarmel's Ranch Resort spans just over 146-acres (+/-) along both banks of the Taylor River and is situated seven miles from Almont, Colorado in the highly coveted Taylor River Valley. From the property, Gunnison is located 16-miles south and the ski resort town of Crested Butte/Mt. Crested Butte about 16-miles to the north (via Jack's Cabin Cutoff and State Highway 135). From the Front Range population centers of metro-Denver and Colorado Springs, the property is within an approximate 2.5-hour drive via Cottonwood Pass (set to reopen in late summary 2019) following paving operations. Harmel's is located in the heart of the 1.672 million-acre Gunnison National Forest, which directly borders the property on the east and south. The surrounding area contains some of the most spectacular scenery and recreational amenities Colorado has to offer. The popularity of the Taylor River Valley continues to grow as evidenced by the number of up-scale and luxury subdivisions completed in recent years in concert with increased area tourism. Daily non-stop flights are available from Denver and Houston to the Gunnison-Crested Butte Airport year-round with Dallas added during the winter months.RESORTHarmel's Ranch Resort has been operated by the same family since 1958 and is a fixture of the Taylor River Valley. Families have enjoyed the property for generations with the following of new guests increasing annually. The resort consists of 37 rustic, yet modern and fully furnished rental cabins (including basic appliances) that have been placed along the banks of the Taylor River. The cabins can accommodate combined occupancy of 150 guests. In addition, employee housing is fully contained on-site with portions recently remodeled. Harmel's Stables is situated in the area recognized as the north pasture and contains a remuda of 40 trail horses that provide guests with the opportunity to see the Colorado back country at its finest. The Beaver Creek trail into Gunnison National Forest is accessible from the resort by a special use permit held by the current ownership (transferrable). The guest recreation room is located between the restaurant and reservation counter and provides wi-fi accessibility, billiards, games, business center and big screen tv seating area. Harmel's Restaurant serves breakfast, lunch and dinner (menu or buffet) with an adjoining full-service saloon. Restaurant demand is serviced by a well-maintained commercial kitchen that includes walk-in freezer/coolers. A large deck extending just above the Taylor River at the rear of the restaurant and saloon provides the ideal outdoor dining and gathering experience. The general store and fly shop are stocked with basic merchandise, food and drink provisions, trout fishing supplies and provides anglers with daily updates on fishing conditions. Additional resort amenities and activities include; (2) stocked trout ponds, an outdoor heated pool and hot tub, sauna, kid's playground and large barbeque area that hosts Thursday night cookouts. The resort also hosts weddings, family reunions, other group-style gatherings and accommodates guided river rafting, fly fishing and rock-climbing excursions. From the resort, there is easy nearby access to motorcycle, ATV, mountain biking and hiking trails. Colorado GMU 55 is also known for its Mule Deer, Elk and Moose hunting.TAYLOR RIVERThe Taylor River originates high-up in the Elk Mountains just outside of the Maroon Bells Wilderness and flows along the west side of the Collegiate peaks before entering Taylor Park Reservoir. Taylor Park Dam, located at the south end of the reservoir, serves as the start of the tailwaters. The stretch immediately below the dam contains some of the largest rainbow trout at the statewide level with phenomenal fishing continuing all the way to the confluence of the Gunnison River and beyond. According to the owner, the approximate three-quarter mile stretch of the Taylor flowing through the resort has received a 16x Gold Medal rating from the State of Colorado. This portion of the river is also fed by the Spring Creek and Beaver Creek tributaries that flow down from the mountains to the north and south of the resort. Whitewater rafting and kayaking are also popular activities on the Taylor River. The 2,040-acre Taylor Park Reservoir just to the north offers the lake angler the chance of catching big Lake/Mackinaw, Brown, Rainbow and Cutbow Trout along with Kokanee Salmon and Northern Pike (Colorado Lake Trout record had been held by Taylor Park until 2007). Boat access is available at the Taylor Park marina. UPSIDE/DEVELOPMENT POTENTIALThe re-opening of Cottonwood Pass is expected to have an immediate impact on revenues as it serves as the most direct access route from the Colorado Front Range population centers. The historic operating season of the resort has generally spanned from May 15 thru September 30. Winterization of the water and septic lines servicing the cabins would further allow a new owner the ability to operate on annual basis in capitalizing on winter fishing, snowmobiling and over-flow skier demand from Crested Butte. The existing footprint of the resort may also be conducive to the addition of more cabins and/or VRBO oriented homes.In addition to the resort, there are approximately 110 additional acres of land extending to the north and south. The area recognized as the North Pasture (approx. 47-acres +/-) has been improved with a small stable and pens and contains (2) fishing ponds that are filled by irrigation ditches from Spring Creek. The balance of the property is contained within what is recognized as the Beaver Creek parcel (approx. 60-acres +/-) that is directly bound by the National Forest on the east. The Northern Pasture contains a higher percentage of level ground with the Beaver Creek tract mostly treed with rock outcroppings. The elevated portions of the Beaver Creek tract would afford exceptional down valley views to the west along the Taylor River. The transferable National Forest Service Use Permit would allow an owner continued private access to the Beaver Creek Trail. Interested parties should contact Gunnison County Community and Economic Development regarding the possible development potential of the larger property.The availability of land tracts this large, with the possibility of expansion and development potential in one of the most sought-after areas of Colorado, is exceedingly rare. Development of the areas extending north through Taylor Canyon to Taylor Park and to the south nearing Almont has continued in recent years as some of the most discriminate buyers vie for the ultimate Colorado has to offer. All owned water and mineral rights will convey, and the property is not encumbered by conservation easement. The property is available for purchase in whole or in one of three individual parts. All merchandise/business inventories and furniture, fixtures and equipment are included. Financial documentation of the resort operation can be provided upon the signing of a non-disclosure agreement.
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$1,380,000  •  146 acres
$1,750,000
Upper Sawmill Creek Ranch is a “jewel in the crown” among Idaho’s collection of wilderness ranches. Located in its own valley, the ranch consists of 146± deeded acres surrounded by the Salmon-Challis National Forest. Access is either from the air utilizing the property’s private 2,500± foot grass airstrip or by seasonal gravel road. Sawmill Creek flows for approximately one mile through the property and supports a robust wild rainbow trout fishery. The ranch is immaculately maintained and features a comfortable set of residential improvements, including six cabins, ideal for off-the-grid living and hosting large gatherings. The adjacent national forest lands provide miles of hiking, horseback riding, big game hunting, ATV riding, and other backcountry pursuits. The area is rich in wildlife and home to elk, mule deer, mountain goat, moose, antelope, and upland game birds. The ranch is situated between Sun Valley, Idaho and Jackson Hole, Wyoming, within easy reach of either community. Idaho Falls and its commercial airport lie approximately two hours southeast of the property, while Salt Lake City is four hours to the south.
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$1,690,000  •  121 acres
$1,900,000
This 121± acre mountain retreat is situated in a magnificent alpine setting surrounded by national forest lands 20 miles northeast of the small farming and ranching community of Mackay. The ranch is located between Sun Valley, Idaho and Jackson Hole, Wyoming, within easy reach of either community. Idaho Falls and its commercial airport lie less than two hours southeast of the property, while Salt Lake City is four hours to the south. Access to the property is from scenic Pass Creek Road, a seasonal gravel mountain road that links Mackay and the Big Lost Valley with the Little Lost Valley to the east. Originating in the 11,000-foot peaks of the Lost River Range, year-round Wet Creek meanders through the property for over a mile providing refuge for wild trout, including native bull trout, and other wildlife that take advantage of the stream’s lush bottomlands and riparian corridor. Wet Creek continues past the ranch on its way to the Little Lost River 15 miles downstream offering small stream trout fishing along its length and in its many associated beaver ponds. Hilts Creek is a small tributary that flows through a stand of Douglas fir on its way to joining Wet Creek just below the owner’s cabin. Representing remarkable vision and skilled craftsmanship, the two-story, cabin-style log home on Wet Creek Ranch is unparalleled among Idaho backcountry properties in terms of quality, comfort, and design. The home is perched above Wet Creek in a secluded setting toward the west end the ranch and offers amazing views of the surrounding peaks. It consists of 2,500± square feet of living area along with extensive decks and porches (the largest of which is screened and covered) and features three bedrooms, three full bathrooms, abundant living space, a large kitchen with Peruvian granite countertops, bar area, mud room with washer/dryer, and a large custom stone fireplace. An easy-to-operate, solar-powered electrical system with back-up generator provides reliable power, while a satellite internet system ensures ease of communication. Furnishings are included in the offering. The Salmon-Challis National Forest encompasses the property and provides miles of hiking, horseback riding, big game hunting, ATV riding, and other backcountry recreation activities. Wildlife in this part of central Idaho is varied and abundant and includes elk, mule deer, mountain goat, moose, antelope, black bear, mountain lion, raptors, and upland game birds. The Big Lost River near Mackay is only a short drive from the ranch and is a regional destination for those seeking blue ribbon trout fishing. The Facts ~ 121± acre retreat surrounded by the Salmon-Challis National Forest ~ Jaw-dropping views of the peaks of the Lost River and Lemhi Mountain Ranges ~ One of just a few private inholdings within the entire 80-mile length of the Lost River Range (Idaho's highest mountains) ~ Beautiful, furnished, three-bedroom log home with high-end finishes and reliable off-the-grid power and communications systems ~ Over a mile of Wet Creek plus Hilts Creek ~ Elevation is approximately 7,500 feet ~ Spectacular sunrises and sunsets ~ Miles of hiking and trail riding right from the property plus big game hunting and wildlife viewing ~ Abundant trout fishing opportunities in the area ~ Located in Idaho hunt unit 51 and the Lemhi elk zone ~ Annual property taxes are $2,140 ~ 75 miles from Ketchum/Sun Valley and 100 miles from Idaho Falls
$1,500,000  •  85 acres
Campbell’s Ferry Ranch (or simply the “Ferry”) is an historic 85± acre wilderness homestead located on Idaho’s “wild and scenic” Salmon River deep in the heart of the Frank Church-River of No Return Wilderness Area 55 air miles from McCall, Idaho. The ranch is perched on a broad terrace above the Salmon surrounded by millions of acres of pristine backcountry. The rugged Salmon River Canyon and adjoining mountain ranges and forests are home to an impressive array of wildlife drawn to the Ferry’s ancient orchard and green meadows irrigated from nearby Trout Creek. Spring blossoms from the producing apple, pear, peach, cherry, plum, walnut, and apricot trees accent the orchard. Access to the Ferry is a special balance. There are no roads to the property, ensuring solitude and distance from motorized crowds. A primitive road originating at Elk City, Idaho enters the Salmon River Canyon from the north and ends at the river four miles upstream of the Ferry. From the trailhead at roads-end, it is a spectacular four-mile hike or horseback ride to the ranch following the river. Convenient fly-in access to the Ferry is made possible by the property’s 800± foot private airstrip. The ranch is part of a weekly airmail route from McCall, and the same bush pilot contracts delivery of food, fuel, and supplies. Access is also via the Salmon River by float or jet boat. The current owners use and manage the Ferry as a wilderness retreat with an emphasis on wildlife, backcountry recreation, and historic preservation. Living quarters consist of two separate cabins. The 1905 Cook Cabin (1,445± sq. ft.) has five rooms – a comfortable bedroom, a rustic kitchen, two upstairs storage rooms, and a museum room highlighting the early history of the Ferry. The more contemporary Crowe Cabin (512± sq. ft.), with modern conveniences and wonderful views of the homestead and surrounding mountains, features a bedroom, bathroom, and living/kitchen area. A large 1930s barn houses a maintenance shop and storage for equipment, tools, and supplies. A chicken coop, blacksmith shop, and log storage building are also on the property. The ranch is serviced by reliable micro-hydro and solar-powered electrical systems with a back-up generator. A satellite internet system ensures ease of communication with the outside world. The Salmon River, a federally designated Wild and Scenic River and one of the longest free-flowing, undammed rivers in the country, is a wilderness, whitewater, wildlife, and fishing enthusiast’s dream. The surrounding Frank Church-River of No Return Wilderness is the largest forested wilderness area in the lower 48. The 900-mile Idaho Centennial Trail crosses the Salmon River at the Ferry via an historic suspension bridge used by hikers and pack strings of horses, mules, and occasional llamas. Management plans for the Salmon River and Frank Church Wilderness plus a conservation easement between the Ferry’s owners and the US Forest Service assure the protection of the property and its wilderness setting in perpetuity. In 2007, the Ferry was listed in the National Register of Historic Places. Summer visitors stopping at the ranch during multiday float trips on the Salmon River enjoy national park-quality interpretive signage, a small museum, and history talks by the Ferry’s caretakers. The ranch’s remarkable historical narrative is matched only by its extraordinary natural setting.
$1,950,000  •  80 acres
The 80± acre Castle Rock Ranch is located approximately 30 miles northeast of the resort community of Ketchum/Sun Valley over Trail Creek Pass. The East Fork of the Big Lost River, a beautiful mid-sized freestone stream, flows through the property for over a half-mile providing outstanding trout fishing throughout its length. Star Hope and Wildhorse Creeks (two of the East Fork's main tributaries) along with the North Fork of the Big Lost and main stem Big Lost are only a short distance away from the property and offer additional high-quality, easily accessible fishing opportunities. A very tasteful 2,054± square foot, four-bedroom/two-bath log fishing cabin (which is being offered furnished) is perched above the East Fork and offers enchanting views of the river and the surrounding White Knob and Pioneer mountains. The Salmon-Challis National Forest borders the ranch on three sides and provides miles of hiking, horseback riding, big game hunting, and other backcountry recreation. Wildlife in the East Fork Valley includes elk, mule deer, moose, antelope, and upland game birds. The Facts: ~ 80± acre retreat bordering the Salmon-Challis National Forest ~ Over a half-mile of the East Fork of the Big Lost with excellent trout fishing plus abundant fishing opportunities nearby ~ One of just a few private holdings along the East Fork ~ 30 miles from Ketchum/Sun Valley over Trail Creek Pass ~ Beautiful, furnished, four-bedroom log home with high-end finishes ~ Miles of hiking and riding right from the property plus big game hunting and wildlife viewing ~ Located in hunt unit 50 and the Pioneer elk zone ~ Irrigation right for 45 acres ~ Nearly 7,200 feet in elevation ~ Annual property taxes are $7,655
$279,500  •  80 acres
This sloped recreational land showcases breathtaking 360-degree mountain views and is located just minutes from downtown Cascade, Idaho. The picturesque setting could be used to build a cabin, as a hunting retreat, or a private campground. This secluded location is a perfect refuge for area wildlife ideal for the outdoor enthusiast. This wooded off-grid property is less than a quarter of a mile from power and has an easement for access. Year-round county maintained roads are approximately 1.5 miles from the property. This mountain haven is also located less than a mile from public lands and 15 minutes from the beautiful public Horsethief Reservoir which offers fishing, boating for small craft boats, and camping.Located 1.5 hours from Boise in Cascade, Idaho. This area is known for its ample outdoor recreational opportunities. Popular activities to do in Valley County include ATV riding, hiking, hunting, mountain biking, rock climbing or camping. If that is not enough, Valley County is host to some of Idaho's most beautiful waters. Among these are the Salmon River, Payette Lake, and Lake Cascade. These rivers and lakes are also known for their fishing which boasts diverse species including rainbow trout, Kokanee trout, salmon, steelhead and smallmouth bass. For those that love winter recreation, Valley County is home to Tamarack Resort, Brundage Mountain Resort, and The Little Ski Hill. Visitors and residents enjoy activities such as Nordic skiing, cross country skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing and tubing. Another year-round activity to experience is soaking in the area hot springs. Cascade, Idaho is a small mountainous town situated along Highway 55 by the Lake Cascade Recreational Area. This state park is popular for the water sports it offers such as sailing, boating, swimming and windsurfing. It also has several developed campsites and hiking trails. Some of the local annual events in Cascade include the Valley County Fair, Cascade Thunder Mountain Days, the Buckskin Bill Rendezvous and Howdy's Fishing Derby.
$400,000  •  80 acres
Beautiful wooded acres not far from Smiths Ferry and the North Fork of the Payette River. Perfect for building a cabin or recreational use. Close to nearby fishing and under 30 min to Lake Cascade. Enjoy the breathtaking views of the mountains and a seasonal creek. This quiet and secluded property borders state lands and is perfect for someone who wants to get away and enjoy the various wildlife including elk & deer.Located just over 22 miles from downtown Cascade, this area is known for its ample outdoor recreational opportunities. Popular activities to do in Valley County include ATV riding, hiking, hunting, mountain biking, rock climbing or camping. If that is not enough, Valley County is host to some of Idaho's most beautiful waters. Among these are the Salmon River, Payette Lake, and Lake Cascade. These rivers and lakes are also known for their fishing which boasts diverse species including rainbow trout, Kokanee trout, salmon, steelhead and smallmouth bass. For those that love winter recreation, Valley County is home to Tamarack Resort, Brundage Mountain Resort, and The Little Ski Hill. Visitors and residents enjoy activities such as Nordic skiing, cross country skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing and tubing. Another year-round activity to experience is soaking in the area hot springs.
$1,200,000  •  72.1 acres
Off grid property set in a secluded location surrounded by Salmon Challis National Forest land. This unspoiled acreage serves as the perfect recreational and hunting retreat. Musgrove Creek meanders through the entire length of the property and the 70+ acres of wooded meadow attracts area wildlife such as deer and elk.There are 2 residences on the property which include the original 1940s log cabin and a separate 2 story living quarters. The single level log cabin has 1 bedroom and 1 bathroom. The other home was built in 1996 with 1,283 sq ft of living space. It highlights two main level bedrooms, a bathroom, a cozy living room with a wood stove, a second-floor loft with a balcony overlooking the creek, and an enclosed porch.The property is just 4 miles from McDonald Flat Campground & 12 miles from Deep Creek Campground. Activities at your fingertips include hunting, fishing, swimming, hiking, or soaking in the area's natural hot springs. This private haven also lies just 42 miles from the community of Salmon, Idaho. Salmon is a small scenic and mountainous town of 3,300 people in Lemhi County. Nestled within the wilderness of Central Idaho, Salmon lies on the fringe of Idaho's Frank Church River of No Return Wilderness. The relative seclusion of Salmon, Idaho is a big draw for people seeking to escape city life.The community of Salmon and the surrounding area offers many opportunities for outdoor recreation. One can enjoy the breathtaking landscapes by either driving along the Salmon River Scenic Byway, the Sacajawea Historic Byway, or the Lewis & Clark Back Country Byway. Winter activities include skiing, ice fishing, ice skating, alpine skiing, and snowboarding at Lost Trail Powder Mountain. While in the summer one can enjoy camping in the area's abundant campgrounds, soaking in natural hot springs, hiking or mountain biking along the many nature trails, river rafting, or fishing along the banks of the Salmon River.The historic town has evolved over the years, but still retains its small town old West charm as witnessed by its downtown which highlights many art galleries and custom local shops.Salmon has a deep history rooted in the lumber, mining, and ranching industries. Before it became a hub for these trades it was part of the famous Lewis and Clark Expedition. Vacationers can learn more about this epic adventure by visiting the Sacajawea Interpretive, Cultural & Educational Center which is located just 2 miles from downtown. Besides visiting the center, residents and visitors also enjoy local events such as the Lemhi County Fair & Rodeo, the Lemhi County Farmer's Market, or the Annual Outdoor Beef Cook Off.
$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.
$500,000  •  16.36 acres
Secluded off-grid mountain property on 16+ acres surrounded by national forest. The property includes a two-bedroom, 1 bath cabin with Big Creek running through the length of the property. Located just minutes from Cascade, this timbered property would be ideal as a hunting or recreational retreat for the outdoor enthusiast.Exterior Highlights:16.36 AcresCreekCovered PatioOff-GridOuthouseSecludedSurrounded by National ForestTwo-Story Log CabinInterior Highlights:Two BedroomsWood Burning StoveWood FloorsThis property is located just 15 minutes from Cascade, Idaho and 1.5 hours from Boise, Idaho. This area is known for its ample outdoor recreational opportunities. Popular activities to do in Valley County include ATV riding, hiking, hunting, mountain biking, rock climbing and camping. If that is not enough, Valley County is host to some of Idaho's most beautiful waters. Among these are the Salmon River, Payette Lake, and Lake Cascade. These rivers and lakes are also known for their fishing which boasts diverse species including rainbow trout, Kokanee trout, salmon, steelhead and smallmouth bass. For those that love winter recreation, Valley County is home to Tamarack Resort, Brundage Mountain Resort, and The Little Ski Hill. Visitors and residents enjoy activities such as Nordic skiing, cross country skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing and tubing. Another year-round activity to experience is soaking in the area hot springs. Cascade, Idaho is a small mountainous town situated along Highway 55 by the Lake Cascade Recreational Area. This state park is popular for the water sports it offers such as sailing, boating, swimming and windsurfing. It also has several developed campsites and hiking trails. Some of the local annual events in Cascade include the Valley County Fair, Cascade Thunder Mountain Days, the Buckskin Bill Rendezvous and Howdy's Fishing Derby.
$220,000  •  16.3 acres
Under Contract
Conveniently located off Highway 95, this acreage showcases stunning 360-degree views of the surrounding mountain ranges and the Salmon River. Featuring a well-maintained manufactured home, a shop with power, and a well house. The rolling topography also highlights a level building site optimal for building your dream home. Ideal for the outdoor enthusiast, this location is a recreational hotspot with an abundance of activities available at your fingertips.Exterior Features:16.30 Acres360-Degree ViewsIndividual WellLevel Building SitePrivate RoadPowered ShopRolling TopographySepticWell HouseManufactured Home Features:Abundant Windows for Natural LightingCovered CarportCovered Front PatioOpen Office/Bonus Room SpaceWood Burning StoveLocated 4 miles from White Bird, Idaho a scenic community off Highway 95 across from the Salmon River in Idaho County. This area is renowned by outdoor enthusiasts, offering an abundance of outdoor activities, including whitewater rafting, fishing, boating, hiking, camping, hunting, and 4-wheeling. In addition to the surrounding breathtaking mountain scenery, many enjoy taking in the area wildlife through bird watching and more. Nearby popular Hells Canyon attractions include the Seven Devils Mountains and the Pittsburg Landing.Rich in history, the stunning White Bird Canyon nestled along the Salmon River just southwest of town, was the famous battleground for the 1877 opening battle of the Nez Perce War between the Nez Perce Indians and the United States. This later came to be known as the iconic Battle of White Bird Canyon. Another historic point of interest, White Bird is near the Salmon River crossing point used for the Lewis and Clark expedition.Just over 17 miles from Grangeville, Idaho and over 83 miles from Lewiston, Idaho, offering proximity to shopping, medical facilities, and more.
$425,000  •  13.63 acres
Secluded mountain property on 13+ acres surrounded by national forest. This timbered acreage would be an ideal location to build a cabin or for a hunting or recreational retreat. Big Creek runs through the length of the property. Located just minutes from Cascade, this property allows for privacy while still being close to the comforts of town.Highlights:13.63 AcresCreekSurrounded by National ForestTimberedThis property is located just 15 minutes from Cascade, Idaho and 1.5 hours from Boise, Idaho. This area is known for its ample outdoor recreational opportunities. Popular activities to do in Valley County include ATV riding, hiking, hunting, mountain biking, rock climbing and camping. If that is not enough, Valley County is host to some of Idaho's most beautiful waters. Among these are the Salmon River, Payette Lake, and Lake Cascade. These rivers and lakes are also known for their fishing which boasts diverse species including rainbow trout, Kokanee trout, salmon, steelhead and smallmouth bass. For those that love winter recreation, Valley County is home to Tamarack Resort, Brundage Mountain Resort, and The Little Ski Hill. Visitors and residents enjoy activities such as Nordic skiing, cross country skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing and tubing. Another year-round activity to experience is soaking in the area hot springs. Cascade, Idaho is a small mountainous town situated along Highway 55 by the Lake Cascade Recreational Area. This state park is popular for the water sports it offers such as sailing, boating, swimming and windsurfing. It also has several developed campsites and hiking trails. Some of the local annual events in Cascade include the Valley County Fair, Cascade Thunder Mountain Days, the Buckskin Bill Rendezvous and Howdy's Fishing Derby.
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$999,000  •  12 acres
$1,599,000
This iconic river home feels like a lodge perched on the bluff overlooking the perpetually scenic Trinity River.This one of a kind river property is built to last - all steel, concrete, Structural Insulated Panels, and stucco yet looks like a log themed lodge is set in the scenic environment of one of the best salmon and steelhead fishing holes on the entire Trinity River. Finished in 2011, with almost 13 acres of prime river frontage; perched above the river such that Bald Eagles often pass by at eye level. With 3 garage bays, the space can occupy up to 6 cars, boats and toys. The convenience of the dumb waiter from the garage to pantry makes moving groceries and firewood a breeze. If you need more shop space, the 30 x 50' commercial shop with full bathroom and dual roll-up doors provides plenty of workspace and covered storage. The 600 amp electric service will power whatever hobbies or projects you could possibly desire! With plenty of clean domestic water with over 18 gallons per minute with 10,000 gallons of storage and three fire hydrants, water should never be an issue. The home has 26 foot gabled and coiffured ceilings, four bedrooms, 3 1/2 bathrooms, a downstairs family room, 4400 total square feet all with easy-to-maintain polished concrete floors with radiant heat throughout - (4 zones including outdoor patio), and two zones for forced heat and air. The abundant recessed and custom lighting enhances the natural light that fills the house via the impressive custom windows. TheTulikivi soapstone fireplace, imported from Finland, is the focal point of the great room, passively dividing the living room and dining / kitchen areas. Designed for high efficiency with its clean combustion and advanced heat retaining technology, yet its timeless modern design is the centerpiece of the massive 70' long great room. The kitchen boasts top of the line appliances and massive granite counters. The outdoor covered kitchen area includes a pizza oven and fireplace, (both with gas starters) outdoor heating, custom lighting, hot tub, large patio and stereo making outdoor entertaining comfortable and remarkable. All stereo, video and TV components stored in a central hub and piped to patio and throughout the home. Property Hughlights: • Over 12 acre lot overlooking the river • 4 bedrooms / 3 1/2 baths • Tri-level with over 4400 square feet • Tulikivi Soap Stone Fireplace • Covered outdoor kitchen includes wood burning fireplace and pizza oven • HVAC: Dual system for two zones (separates living and sleeping areas) • Radiant floor heat divided into 4 zones • Downstairs Family Room with covered patio and gas/stone fireplace • Recirculating hot water pumps for fast hot water throughout home • Dumbwaiter from parking garage to pantry to deliver groceries & firewood • 30' x 50' shop with full bath
$950,000  •  10 acres
Black Canyon RV Park and Campground84348 Hwy. 50, Cimarron CO 81220With stunning views in every direction, this rarely-found business opportunity along Colorado's scenic Western Slope offers the unique chance to live and work in the beautiful Cimarron Valley providing an unmatched lifestyle and solid income potential! The ultimate in Colorado camping destinations for vacationers, hunters, fishermen, wildlife photographers and other outdoor recreationalists or those just in search of a well-groomed corporate retreat, these 10-plus-irrigated acres with excellent water rights offer: two homes, 25-plus spacious RV sites, ample tent sites and six fully furnished cabins open year round to immerse you in the beauty of every season.Features include laundry facilities, public showers, Wi-Fi and a large recreational building with kitchen facilities, a bunkroom and bathroom.Sitting at 7,500 feet in elevation, four miles east of Cimmaron, halfway between Montrose-named 2013's All-American City of the Year-and Gunnison, the property is in the middle of a sportsman's paradise. Enjoy easy access to area attractions, including: the Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park, internationally recognized as the deepest canyon in the world for its narrow width; Blue Mesa Reservoir, the state's largest body of water and the largest Kokanee salmon fishery in the nation; Silver Jack Reservoir, Owl Creek Pass, the Gunnison and Cimmaron Rivers and numerous other lakes and streams offering world-class flyfishing!Golf enthusiasts can visit multiple area courses. Hunters and snowmobilers have easy access to public lands and established trails.Centrally located, this property is the ideal home base, saving clients miles of repetitive driving, offering great half-day or full-day trips before returning to spend evenings relaxing at the firepit, barbeque pit and horseshoe pit.Located in Game Management Unit (GMU) 65, it also offers access to nearby GMU 64 and quality draw units 66 and 67. Each boasts thousands of acres of public land for the ideal deer, elk, turkey or bear hunting adventure. More income potential with an onsite meat-processing facility and coolers.For the final touch, this property beckons with its abundant wildlife, wildflowers and gorgeous sunrises and sunsets and, with no light pollution, offers one of the best night skies in the West. For your private tour of this exceptional commercial oppurtunity, contact Phil Phillips, Listing Agent.
$595,000  •  9.84 acres
More than 600' of deeded and owned World Class Salmon River frontage
$725,000  •  9.21 acres
This beautifully renovated home features a gourmet kitchen with 48" Grand Thermador propane range, double-ovens, stainless steel appliances, granite counter-tops, brick floors and a gorgeous brick fireplace and a large pantry. The living room has open beamed ceilings, floor-to-ceiling windows and a large cozy fireplace. Handcrafted hickory floors extend throughout the home. The main floor master bedroom and bath eloquently feature a soaking tub, double french doors to the deck, making for a spacious retreat. There are two additional bedrooms upstairs as well as a full bath and family room for relaxing. The laundry room and mud room are features every home owner needs! All of this is located on 9+ irrigated acres. This home is a delight through and through! Don't miss out on your opportunity to come take a look today!
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$398,000  •  5 acres
$625,000
Copper Basin CabinThis exceptionally rare 5± acre national forest inholding is located in central Idaho’s Copper Basin 40 miles northeast of the resort community of Sun Valley. With an elevation of approximately 8,000 feet, Copper Basin is a sparsely populated area of immense natural beauty rimmed by the peaks of the Pioneer and White Knob mountain ranges. Access to the property is either from the Copper Basin Road, a seasonal gravel road that passes along the west side of the property, or from the air by utilizing Copper Basin Airport, a 4,700-foot Forest Service airstrip lying immediately opposite of Copper Basin Road from the property. While a handful of homesteads and small ranches lie along the road to Copper Basin, this property represents the only private residence in the core of the basin. The only other structures within view of the property are several historic miners’ cabins and a small line cabin and corral used by a local grazing association while tending cattle.The property features three comfortable, ready-to-use cabins each with one bedroom and one bathroom with shower. The main cabin includes a kitchen with propane appliances, living room, dining area, and four-season enclosed porch. The cabins are serviced by a reliable, solar-powered electrical system with a back-up propane generator. Heating is provided by wall-mounted, propane heaters and wood burning stoves. Adjacent to the main cabin is a log storage shed used to house the power system and store tools and ATVs. Horse pens and a loafing shed are located at the southwest corner of the property. A well provides water for domestic purposes and to irrigate lawns surrounding the cabins.Copper Basin is an outdoor enthusiast’s paradise. Activities include hiking to alpine lakes, mountain biking, ski touring, trail riding, snowmobiling, and ATV riding. Hunting in the basin for elk and mule deer is excellent. Other wildlife includes antelope, moose, mountain goats, sage grouse, blue grouse, and raptors and migratory song birds of all varieties. Copper Basin is one of central Idaho’s angling destinations for wild trout and home to Wild Horse Creek, Star Hope Creek and the East Fork Big Lost River (an upper branch of which flows through the east end of the property).The Facts:5± acre wilderness retreat surrounded by the Salmon-Challis National ForestStunning scenery reminiscent of Colorado’s North Park and Montana’s Centennial ValleyOnly private residence in the core of Copper BasinThree furnished, one-bedroom cabins with easy-to-operate, off-the-grid power systemFrontage on the upper East Fork Big Lost RiverCopper Basin airfield next to the property and just a brief walk from the cabinsMiles of hiking and trail riding right from the propertyExcellent big game hunting and wildlife viewingMinutes to outstanding trout fishing on the Big Lost River and its tributariesAn hour’s drive from Ketchum/Sun Valley or a 15-minute flight from Sun Valley’s airportLocated in Idaho hunt unit 50 and the Pioneer elk zoneAnnual property taxes are approximately $1,460 
$485,000  •  5 acres
Private mountainscape acreage located near the quiet and serene mountain town of Stanley, Idaho. The level 5 acres features beautiful unobstructed views of the majestic Sawtooth Mountains and includes a scenic easement. The wooded lot is the perfect backdrop to build your dream home with one single-family home and two outbuildings being allowed. The lot has already been PERC tested and underground power and phone are available. Access is provided by a well-maintained dirt road and property taxes are low due to the current agricultural tax exemption. Please note the log worm fencing on Northern and Western boundary is not included.This mountain view lot is in the heart of the Sawtooth National Recreation Area. Outdoor enthusiasts have quick access to camping, horseback riding, hiking, cross-country skiing, snowmobiling, and fishing on the scenic Salmon River. It is only 7 miles outside of the beautiful Redfish Lake, an alpine lake at the base of the Sawtooth Mountains in Custer County, south of Stanley which is a hotspot for sail boating and kayaking. Hikers and mountaineers alike will enjoy the beautiful views and trails along the Sawtooth Mountains. Reaching a max elevation of 10,751 ft., summiting Thompson Peak is a bucket-list item for many mountaineers. The stunning 700 ft Goat Falls is another natural feature many people love to witness while hiking in the nearby national forest. The Sawtooth Mountains are home to excellent hunting opportunities including elk, deer, bear, and other wildlife. The Salmon River flows for 425 miles through Central, Idaho including along the eastern edge of the historic town of Stanley, Idaho. It is one of the largest rivers in the continental United States and is a popular destination for avid fishermen and river rafting. Besides direct access to the river, the Stanley area has several hot springs to enjoy, a vibrant summer music scene, and exciting local events such as the annual Winterfest and its All American 4th of July celebration. 60 miles outside of Stanley is the alpine town of Sun Valley - home to America's first chairlift. Sun Valley is know for its world-class alpine skiing, mountain biking, and the historic Sun Valley Resort.