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Contact for Price  •  62,395 acres
Cañon Blanco ranch spans a total of 80,892± acres on the southwestern flank of Glorieta Mesa, between the Sangre and Sangre de Cristo Mountain Ranges. The ranch offers 62,395± deeded acres, 16,105± acres of State lease, and 2,392± acres of BLM lease. Known as one of the largest, contiguous, and last remaining deeded ranches in close proximity to Santa Fe and Santa Fe International Airport.
$45,000,000  •  45,039 acres
Spreading over 45,000 contiguous acres in Southeast Colorado rests the Cimarron Valley Ranch, located between Elkhart, Kansas and Keyes, Oklahoma.  Over 70 square miles of cattle ranch includes approximately 22 miles of the historic Cimarron River running from Oklahoma into Colorado, coming within two miles of bridging the Comanche National Grasslands to the Cimarron National Grasslands in Kansas. 
$27,000,000  •  6,419 acres
Alta Luna Ranch is encompassed inthe beauty of the ancient Mora Valley, near the unincorporated town of Chacon,New Mexico. This area is steeped inSpanish-American ranching history and many ranches have been owned by familiesfor generations. The Alta Luna (meaningHigh Moon in Spanish) Ranch covers a vast area of approximately 6,419A±acres. Topography and elevations varythroughout the borders of the ranch. Elevations range from 8,200 feet to 11,000 feet in the northernmountainous regions of its borders. Topographies range from hay meadows, grassymeadows, and high timbered mountains, to valleys of native grasslands. Creating an environment for wildlife andlivestock to thrive on the ranch. The ranch headquarters isimpressive, offering a wide range of improvements. The main home is true to its New Mexicanroots. The impressive two-story adobehome was designed by John Gaw Meem Design firm, often referred to as the fatherof the Santa Fe style architecture. The main home consists of 7 bedrooms, 9bathrooms with tons of Mexican influences throughout, including antique MexicanLa Puerta Doors, high ceilings with Spanish style vigas and corbels, handforged staircase and railing, handmade tiles, and has 5 beautiful fireplacesthroughout. The great room's fireplace mantel is made from a large ponderosastruck by lightning during the construction of the ranch, making for a story totell for generations. All the rockinterior and exterior features come right off the ranch. Even the walls in thehome are exquisite, made with a diamond finish, taking up to 9 months tocomplete. Two guest homes both with 2bedrooms and 2 bathrooms can be found a short walk from the main house, eachdone in a southwestern territorial style. Additional improvements are used to run the ranch, including a custombuilt 11 stall brick floor horse barn, with an office, bathroom, tack, storageareas, and a small barn used to store hay and equipment. Improvements aresupplied by underground utilities and offers a backup generator enclosed in itsown building. The improvements wereplaced to take in the panoramic views of both the valley and surroundingmountain ranges to capture the beautiful scenery and wildlife. The ranch offers many outdoor entertainingspaces for you and your guest to enjoy the surroundings. The ranch acreage has multiplewater sources, including many earthen stock tanks (natural depressions thatcollect rain and runoff), natural spring systems, and 6.7A± miles of the MoraRiver. Three 10,000-gallon tanks fed by a natural spring with filtration andchlorinating systems in place supply water to the headquarters improvements. Severalponds can be found on the ranch, some stocked with trout for great recreationalfishing. The ranch is in Game ManagementUnit 46. The ranch hosts 800A± acres of sub-irrigated meadows, which helps attractits large elk populations. Elk herds of 200 plus have been on the ranch, withsightings of 350 class bulls. The Alta Luna Ranch can truly be considered anElk refuge. The New Mexico GameDepartment has issued up to 50 ranch elk permits in the past; however, thecurrent owner has limited the hunting for reasons of game management. Otherspecies such as deer, turkey, bear, and other native wildlife make the ranchtheir home with its abundant protection from various topographies. The ranch isalso bordered on the north by Carson National Forest, which helps with itswildlife migration and offers public hunting. Alta Luna Ranch is near severalhistoric New Mexico towns offering glimpses into some of New Mexico's famouscharacters such as Billy the Kid, Doc Holiday, Big Nose Kate, and WyattEarp. Recreational opportunities alsocan be found outside the ranch's borders in Carson and Santa Fe National Forest,providing skiing, hiking, golf, hunting, and fishing experiences. Cultural,fine dining, shopping, and the arts can be found a short 1-to-2-hourdrive from the ranch in the well-known cities of Santa Fe, and Taos. The Alta Luna Ranch offers you the tranquilbeauty of mountain life with city amenities just a short drive away.
$2,470,000  •  2,600 acres
Located 25 miles south of Marfa, Texas off paved Casa Piedra Road (FM 169). Alamito Hills Ranch is wide-open rolling grass and scrubland surrounded by rugged mountain ranges which can be seen from most places on the property. This vast area lies in a narrow elevation range between 3,750 and 4,200 feet, allowing for mix of vegetation, providing excellent habitat for game and non-game animals.
$13,900,000  •  2,000 acres
The J.F. Miller Ranch is found in the township of Lamy, just south of Santa Fe on an expansive 2000+ acres, comprised of 14 tracts of land. Nestled between the Sangre de Cristo Mountains and the Galisteo Basin, the ranch offers breathtaking panoramic views. The main home was designed and built in 1986 in Victorian style with four bedrooms. There is also a guest home with one bedroom, one bath, and a two car garage. The home looks out towards the Manzano and Sandia mountains to the West and has perfect views of the town of Lamy. The Galisteo River stretches across the ranch and down the valley. The wide open range offers grass for cattle and miles of trails to traverse via horseback. The ruins of the Bishop John Lamy church are found here. The Cerro Colorado mountain stands majestically on the property. The ranch has been the site for multiple movie productions. The history of this ranch tells an amazing story over the course of time.
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$785,400  •  924 acres
$987,000
Duncan Ranch is a nice 940-acre property ready for development or a large rural residence. The terrain is moderately hilly plains with outstanding mountain and valley views.
Contact for Price  •  878 acres
878 ± Acres Incredible views of Eagle Nest and Wheeler Peak Located at the headwaters of Eagle Nest Lake 5,500± sq/ft historic home and 2 additional houses American and Cieneguilla Creek 8,200-9,000± foot elevation changes Incredible elk, black bear, mountain lion, and mule deer hunting Low fenced with cross fencing Set up for a yearling operation
$929,000  •  321.06 acres
The Bee Bar Ranch-North Parcel features a thoughtfully remodeled home of approximately 2,700 SF (+/-) and 321-acres of privacy and seclusion bound on all sides by National Forest. The multistory design of the home and elevated perimeter decks provide some of the best views northern New Mexico has to offer. The adjacent Bee Bar Ranch-South Parcel totals for an additional 320-acres and is also being offered for a combined purchase of $1,185,000.
$3,204,800  •  143.54 acres
Location: Lawless Acres is located approximately 3.5 miles west of historic downtown Jefferson, Texas at 1411 Coffeeville Rd, Jefferson, TX. The ranch is also conveniently located only 17 miles from Marshall, 35 miles from Longview, and 160 miles east of Dallas. Overview: The property is a diverse and productive 143+/- acre property located in a desirable area of Marion County. This unique property is perfectly setup for the equine enthusiast. Historically used by the Blackburn family (Blackburn Syrup- Jefferson, TX), the current owners have taken this somewhat raw unused property and brought it to what it is today, while maintaining its historic charm. The property features plantation pines, sprawling hardwoods, spring-fed creeks, good surface water, and several pastures for open views. Surrounded by other highly improved rural properties and only 7 miles from the Cypress River Airport, this property is nestled in a convenient, yet quiet part of Marion County. Improvements: Lawless Acres is a highly improved property. A winding, paved drive leads to the ~2,200 SF main home with incredible finishes throughout. The concept of the home and improvements were painstakingly planned and designed by both the owners and an architect from Santa Fe, NM. Alongside the main house is a custom-built silo boasting a media room that seats twelve with a wet bar and snack area featuring a rustic yet quiet ambiance for viewing movies or the big game with family. On the second floor is a bunk room with queen-sized bunk beds for the kids surrounded by a beautiful hand-painted western mural reminiscent of an old John Ford western movie. The flooring in the silo is made from reclaimed wood from an old cotton gin from North Texas near Possum Kingdom Lake. The top floor features a beautiful office space with custom furnishings, a wood burning fireplace, and impeccable details in every corner. The main home and silo currently sleep eight, but could be furnished to sleep more if so desired. Both homes are adorned in western and Native American decor showcasing the western lifestyle. Many unique pieces can be found throughout obtained from western movie sets, old hotels and buildings from the Fort Worth Stockyards, and several other custom furnishings. A beautiful covered porch wraps around two sides of the main house leading to the pool area and the large covered outdoor kitchen. Grey and blue river rock has been artistically placed displaying a driftwood horse sculpture surrounded by a grey flagstone walkway. You'll also find a custom longhorn sculpture above the outdoor fireplace, overlooking the pool as the centerpiece of the area. Across the pool from the main house is a 2-bedroom, 1 bath guest home (2,000 SF) that currently sleeps four. Meticulous work has been carried out in the surrounding retaining walls, landscaping, and custom features of this part of the property. No expense was spared in the planning of this estate. Downstairs in the lower portion of the guest home features a workout room and climate-controlled storage. Three tankless hot water heaters were installed within these two homes and the roof is only a year old. Mature timber surrounds the home providing maximum privacy and aesthetics. The entire ranch has perimeter fencing with some cross-fencing as well if running livestock is desired. Along with the main home and guest home there are the following improvements: ~520 SF 1 Bed/1 Bath Foreman's Home 4,500 SF Barn/Stables 5 stalls, tack room, wash stall, automatic waterers, hay loft, and office area 6-horse walker, loafing sheds The barn is over 125 years old and was the original barn of the Blackburn family (Blackburn's Syrup- Jefferson, TX). The barn has been refurbished and converted into horse stable with improved lighting and water. 200' x 100' covered arena 150' x 195' open lighted arena The arenas were historically used for training and showcasing the owner's cutting horses and show jumping. 2,400 SF open air equipment barn Trees, grass, forbs: This area of Marion County boasts sandy loam soils which are productive for both hay production and prolific timber stands. This property features approximately 24+/- acres of planted loblolly pine (planted in 2007/2008). Along with the pine, the ranch has 68+/- acres of native timber both upland and bottom land. You will also find approx. 51 +/- acres of rolling pastures well-suited for grazing livestock or hay production. The grasses are predominately common and coastal Bermuda as well as some Bahia and native grasses as well. The majority of the property's landscape drains well with some bottomland on the W/SW side. Spans of white oaks, pin oaks, and red oak trees can be found on scattered throughout this portion of the ranch. Other tree cover consists of black gum, sweet gum, river birch, hickory, elm, willow, and some native pine. Found within the stands of mature timber scattered across the farm are native forbs and browse that are highly attractive to deer and other wildlife. Water: The property has a perennial creek flowing from the north on the eastern side of the ranch. Two additional creeks converge on the western side as well. The ponds are ~1.1 and ~0.7 acres in size and lightly fluctuate in water level throughout the year. The property is also located well within the Carrizo Wilcox aquifer making additional drinking/irrigation water very accessible from an additional well if so desired. Topography: The highest point on the ranch can be found on the NE side at 250'+ providing some incredible views, and gently slopes down to just below 190' above sea level towards the W/SW side of the farm. The majority of the property is rolling to sloped terrain with some floodplain in the SW portion of the property. Wildlife and fisheries: Lawless Acres is well-suited for any outdoorsman, equestrian enthusiast, or nature lover. White-tailed deer can be found all across the property as the ranch has not been hunted much over the last several years. There are plenty of trails for riding horses or ATVs and the fishing in the larger pond will provide something for everyone. Easements: Two easements for Upshur Rural ECC and three natural gas pipeline easements along the far west side of the property. Minerals: No minerals owned by Seller. Utilities: Upshur Rural provides electricity and a deep water well provides the water to the improvements. The owners have two 500-gallon propane tanks, one for the main house and one for the guest house. Property Taxes: Lawless Acres carries an agricultural exemption. Ask Broker for details Schools: Jefferson ISD Price: $3,204,800.00 Contact: Stephen Schwartz - Agent 903-738-7882 mobile BROKER & COMMISSION DISCLOSURE:Buyer's Agent/ Broker must be identified upon first contact with Listing Broker/ Listing Agent and Buyer's Agent/ Broker must be present at the initial property tour in order to participate in the real estate commission. Commission splits will be at the sole discretion of Hortenstine Ranch Company, LLC.
$5,200,000  •  105 acres
Are you living & working where you wish to be? The Saddlehorn Ranch’s 105 manicured acre’s of managed wildlife habitat, compliment ready to move into meticulous + - 8600 sq ft of total living , 7,223 sq ft main house & 1385 guesthouse/ barn. Wear that fly rod out catching trout in the morning, and fill your OTC bull elk tag, all on your own ranch !
$800,000  •  40.6 acres
If you have been yearning to find a magnificent property that offers the potential for year-round recreational opportunities and/or a build site for your dream home, the Leavenworth High Living and Recreational Tract will absolutely fulfill your wishes.
$7,900,000  •  35.82 acres
Recently Reduced! With architects quoting up to 4 years start to finish on a custom home, and the best timber frame contractors are now approaching $1000 per square ft, perhaps the newly constructed Elk Ridge at Hidden Valley Ranch is the one for you?
$680,000  •  34 acres
34 acres m/l of prime industrial development land located along Hwy 69 on the north side Osceola, Iowa. Site has exclusive access to Burlington Northern Santa Fe (BNSF) Main Rail Line via BNSF Spur. All utility infrastructure is available to Site. Generous tax incentives and exemptions available thr
$695,000  •  24.96 acres
Located just minutes from the scenic southern Colorado town of Trinidad, near the New Mexico state line, Still Meadows on the Purgatoire River is a 25-acre farm property with a 4-bedroom/3-bath home, a sizable guest house ready to produce rental income, exclusive river frontage, water shares, an irrigated pasture/hayfield, a seasonal fishing pond, and multiple outbuildings.
$1,989,000  •  17.36 acres
Hidden amongst the cottonwoods, +/- 27 miles south of Durango Colorado, lies the secluded and serene +/- 17.5 acres of the Animas River Paradise. The centerpiece of this private end of the road oasis is the + - 4000 sq ft, 3b/3b, Santa Fe style home that can truly be described as exquisite.
$1,989,000  •  17.36 acres
Hidden amongst the cottonwoods, +/- 27 miles south of Durango Colorado, lies the secluded and serene +/- 17.5 acres of the Animas River Paradise. The centerpiece of this private end of the road oasis is the + - 4000 sq ft, 3b/3b, Santa Fe style home that can truly be described as exquisite.
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Contact for Price  •  2.5 acres
This stunning mid-century-style architectural masterpiece designed by Frank Lloyd Wright apprentice Milton Strickler is located on 2 ½ acres in Cascade Meadow Ranch, the premier equestrian community in Sisters, Oregon.
$185,000  •  2.47 acres
This quaint 2.47-acre lot in the Red River area is the perfect place to build your dream destination home or getaway. A seasonal stream feeds the trout pond from the surrounding mountains. The land is ready for immediate building including a new well that is 105" in depth, driveway, and electric pole. The property borders The Carson National Forest to provide abundant wildlife and outdoor adventures. Ten minutes to the town of Red River.
$14,250  •  0.93 acres
Treed property in the Eagle View subdivision just off the shores of Lake Oconee. Atlanta and Augusta are one both one hour away.
$6,500  •  0.71 acres
Treed property in the Eagle View subdivision. Atlanta and Augusta are both one hour away.