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$2,900,000  •  58,561 acres
850 head ranch Coconino County, AZ
$100,000,000  •  56,050 acres
Located in northwest Colorado, the 56,050 +/- deeded acre Cross Mountain Ranch represents one of the largest and most diverse recreational and operating ranches on the market today. A wildlife preserve stretching over four counties and 168,000+/- acres of leased National Forest, BLM, State and Park Service lands, the ranch is home to North Americas largest elk herd. It is an ecologically diverse landscape with several miles of river frontage on the Yampa, Little Snake and Williams Fork Rivers and numerous other streams, lakes and ponds. With valuable and historic water rights and within forty-five minutes from the resort town of Steamboat Springs and twenty minutes from a commercial airport, Cross Mountain Ranch is an incredible legacy ranch and investment opportunity. Contact Ken Mirr.
$72,000,000  •  50,500 acres
The iconic N3 Cattle Company is on the market for the first time in 85 years. This beautiful and expansive California property spans 50,500 acres through four counties, making it the largest land offering in the State of California. Located just south of Livermore, and east of Oakland and San Jose, it is easily accessed from San Francisco, the Peninsula and the East Bay. The Ranch is completely private and uniquely preserved, healthy and wild as it has been for hundreds of years. It is a vital and rare haven of original California landscape and wildlife. The property encompasses 80 square miles of diverse terrains, flora, fauna, and important watersheds and creeks. N3 has been a working cattle ranch for 85 years and offers a rare look at a way of life quickly disappearing. Sprinkled with a dozen rustic cabins, the ranch also hosts one of the most famous, sustainable hunting operations in the state. Its owners are fourth-generation ranchers and are respected members of the ranching community. The ranch is enrolled in the Williamson Act and has no conservation easements.
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$10,900,000  •  16,000 acres
Graced with the beauty of blue glimmering lakes, endless scenic land, and wildlife, the Heath Ranch is a rare opportunity to own a one of a kind ranch. Located in Susanville, CA, lies this expansive 16,000 +/- acre cattle ranch. The Heath Ranch has it all. The ranch consists of a large valley, known as Grasshopper Valley, and two reservoirs, Heath Reservoir and the Cleghorn Reservoir. Heath Reservoir holds enough water to irrigate the entire valley. The ranch runs approximately 880 cow/calf pair for a 6 month season. There are two historic wooden barns, working corrals, and livestock water provided by solar pumps, water troughs as well as open ditches. Currently, there is a grazing lease, but it is a yearly lease so a new owner could graze the ranch next year. There are forests on the property that could be logged for additional income. Heath Ranch provides many pursuits for the fishing and hunting enthusiasts. Lush grass, rich with water, and open spaces attract various wildlife to the property. Among the wildlife, there are mule deer, antelope, ducks, & geese. The plentiful amount of water on the ranch provides excellent waterfowl and upland bird hunting, and fishing. While the expansive land provide great big game hunting. The ranch has a long-term hunting lease to bring in additional income. Most of the land is in the Williamson Act. This ranch is for the serious livestock producer. We ask that only qualified buyers be shown this incredible ranch.
$43,000,000  •  14,754 acres
The expansive, 14,750±-acre La Panza Ranch with historical significance is a superb, diverse holding east of Santa Margarita on State Highway 58. Encompassing lush valleys and rolling hills with plentiful wildlife, picturesque views abound in every direction.
$15,500,000  •  13,570 acres
The stunning Las Piletas Ranch comprises 13,570± acres ideal for cattle operation and various hunting and recreational activities. Under Williamson Act Contract and presenting 37 certificated parcels, Las Piletas Ranch is improved with numerous residences, barns, appurtenant structures, corrals, cattle chutes, fencing and pastures. Water is plentiful with 10 wells plus springs, seasonal creeks, and storage tanks. Presently running 230 cow/calf pairs and 12 bulls, there are also 1240± acres dry-land farmed, and 3,000± adjoining acres of BLM and US Forest Service land for cattle grazing. Las Piletas Ranch is adjacent to and contiguous with La Panza Ranch. Combined these two Ranches offer 88 legal parcels and over 28,000 acres.
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$9,500,000  •  11,071 acres
$9,500,000
THE BEST OF THE AMERICAN WEST- large cattle ranch with good ROI, excellent views & productivity, plus excellent hunting.9,323 deeded acres;11,071 total acres. Currently running 600 cows; 15 min. to Sheridan, WY. CAN BE PURCHASED TURN-KEY with cows and equipment. You can't find a better cattle ranch.
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$33,500,000  •  10,349.5 acres
$45,000,000
Motherwell RanchSpanning an enormous block of contiguous deeded land rising from the river valley to the mountaintop, the Motherwell Ranch is distinguished by its exceptional privacy, diverse landscape, abundant water, plentiful wildlife and accessible location. This landmark property stands out as a rare example of a large-scale Colorado mountain ranch combining multi-faceted recreational and agricultural resources in one complete and balanced package. The Motherwell is situated in the scenic Williams Fork River valley along the north flank of the Flat Tops Mountains of northwest Colorado. Entering at the ranch gate, one is immediately struck by the stunning landscape embodied by this 10,350+/- acre property. From the cottonwood-lined river and hay meadows in the foreground to the timbered skyline in the distance, nearly the entire field of view is encompassed by the ranch. Beyond the private bridge over the river, the ranch rises 2,550 feet in elevation over 5 miles to the national forest boundary, blending a rich mosaic of irrigated meadows, grass pastures, rolling foothills, verdant mountain parks, and forests of aspen and conifers. The upper third of the ranch was formerly a part of Routt National Forest and remains representative of the quality and character of the finest lands found in our national forests. Historically, the ranch has been operated as a highly-regarded hunting destination for trophy elk and mule deer. Complementing the outstanding wildlife component of the Motherwell is plentiful water for fishing, boating, aesthetics, irrigation, and stock water. Its slopes are predominantly north-facing, resulting in lush ecosystems laden with a multitude of springs, creeks, ponds, and wallows. The higher elevations of the property are highlighted by three beautiful mountain lakes ranging between 10 and 20 surface acres in size. The lower ranch is anchored by 3.3 miles of both sides of the Williams Fork River, an excellent trout fishing stream. The scenic and recreational strengths of the Motherwell are further enhanced by its extraordinary privacy and location. Encompassing one contiguous land mass of more than 16 square miles, the ranch has no private inholdings and no impacts from public roads. This is rare for a ranch this size, and results in exceptional seclusion. Yet, for all its privacy, the front gate is only 20 minutes from the region’s commercial airport and world-class ski resort amenities with full services are only 45 minutes away in Steamboat Springs, striking the perfect balance between accessibility and escape. Well-suited improvements consisting of the ranch headquarters buildings, owner’s home, guest cabins and hunting lodge provide comfortable accommodations without being overdone. Extensive equestrian facilities are complemented by livestock operation support buildings and quality fencing. Private bridges over the river link to an excellent network of interior roads and trails to access all the various activity destinations throughout the ranch. Thoughtfully assembled by current ownership through a series of private and public land acquisitions, the Motherwell has benefited from enduring stewardship that is now in its fourth decade. Additionally, there are no conservation easements on the ranch, leaving it unrestricted and preserving that option for the next owner. The Motherwell is a rare example of the ideal Colorado legacy mountain ranch. It’s what many would create if they were able to craft their ultimate ranch from scratch. They would start with a massive block of private land with a river valley on one end, the national forest boundary on the other, and a diverse and scenic landscape throughout. The ranch would have plenty of quality water for fishing and excellent habitat for wildlife and livestock. It would be all in one contiguous unit with no public roads or public access for exceptional privacy. It would be well-balanced, multidimensional, and offer a wide variety of outdoor pursuits for multiple generations. Lastly, it would be located in an undeveloped rural valley that is easily accessible from a commercial airport and vibrant mountain town. There is only one Colorado ranch on the market that fits this description and there may never be another one. It’s hard to imagine a more attractive and complete package than what is available with the Motherwell. The Facts10,350+/- acres all in one contiguous block, 5 to 6.5 miles north-south and 3 to 4.5 miles east-west.Elevations from 6,650 to 9,200 feet with 2,550 feet of elevation change from bottom to top.Borders Routt County Road 29 on the north end which is maintained year-round.Borders four miles of national forest on the south end.Borders 2.5 miles BLM on the west side.90+/- acre of BLM land inside of the ranch boundaries, leased by ranch and no public access.3,070+/- acres were formerly Routt National Forest and were conveyed to private ownership in 1972 and 1992.3.3 miles of both sides of the East Fork of the Williams Fork River, a great fishing stream.The river is a medium gradient freestone stream averaging 25 – 50 feet in width.Additionally three tributary streams flow through the ranch – Second Creek, Sand Creek and Butler Creek. Three large high mountain lakes range in size from approximately 10 to 16.5 surface acres, plus a 4 acre lake by the river and countless ponds, springs and wallows throughout the ranch.Approximately 24.5+/- CFS of irrigation water rights.Outstanding recreation is balanced by productive alfalfa and grass hay meadows and cattle grazing.Predominantly north facing slopes, contributing to lusher ecology than would be found on south and west facing slopes.Varied vegetation including cottonwood and willow river and creek bottoms, irrigated meadows, alfalfa, grass, sage, brush, oaks, aspens and dark timber.The ranch lays out very nicely from bottom to top and although it is very diverse, the terrain of the ranch is gentle and usable with an abundance of parks, benches, basins, hills and valleys.Tremendous elk and mule deer hunting due to exceptional habitat, location and herd migrations.Both resident and migratory elk utilize the ranch.  The area’s White River elk herd is largest in the world.Currently 4,000 +/- acres high-fenced park with trophy elk herd provides additional hunting options through private management.  This could be enhanced or discontinued by next owner.Excellent network of interior roads and trails throughout the ranch.Well-built and comfortable improvements consisting of:Ranch headquartersOwner’s homeThree guest cabinsHunting lodgeEquestrian facilityLocated only 20 minutes (17 miles) from the regional airport and 45 minutes (37 miles) from ski resort town amenities in Steamboat Springs.The ranch was assembled by current ownership starting in the mid 1980s and expanded with several additions during the 1990s and early 2000s.No public roads bisect the ranch.No private inholdings.No public inholdings with public access.No conservation easement.***FOR HIGH RESOLUTION PHOTO GALLERY, ADDITIONAL INFORMATION AND A VARIETY OF PROPERTY MAPS VISIT HALL AND HALL PROPERTY WEBSITE ***
$5,900,000  •  8,180.33 acres
The opportunity to immerse yourself into some of the most beautiful country in Northern California beckons you from the grind of the business of living. Rich with water, natural beauty, interesting topography, privacy, and recreational activities is Green Valley Ranch. This stunning property encompasses almost 13 square miles of land between Stonyford and Elk Creek. Don your Stetson, mount your horse, and spend the day tending to your herd. In addition to the complete ranch headquarters are 7 year round ponds, 3000 foot frontage on Briscoe Creek, and two wells. Hunters will relish in black tail deer, Tule elk, bear, wild hogs, turkey, quail; while anglers must decide which variety of fish to catch from: largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, catfish, crappie, and bluegill. Tired of the demands imposed from modern society? This property is the antidote to the stress, hustle, and bustle. Come home to this ranch, take a hike, smell the fresh air, watch the sunset, and settle comfortably into the more relaxed lifestyle. This offering includes over 6 miles of Green Valley. This is a visually spectacular, breath-taking valley protected on the east by a weathered, ancient cliff formation, Gravelly Ridge, and then disappears seamlessly into the Mendocino National Forest on the west side. About one half mile of Briscoe Creek meanders through the northern portion of the ranch. The southern portion provides access to the ranch via County Road 306. PROPERTY HIGHLIGHTS: 7 year round ponds 3000 ft frontage on Briscoe Creek on the northern end of the property Runs 200 pair for the season, 100 pair year round Fenced and crossed fenced Ranch headquarters 1500 sq ft, 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom home Barn Shop Corrals Modular home Guest cottage Recreational paradise Blacktail deer, tule elk, bear, wild hogs, turkey, quail Largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, catfish, crappie, bluegill Hiking, ATV’ing, biking, horseback riding Varied topography Picturesque 4017.66 acres in Williamson Act Almost 13 square miles of ranch
$1,250,000  •  5,860 acres
Shadow Creek ranch offers 22 exclusive home-sites located on 5860 acres of breathtaking Colorado landscape. Picture your home along pristine meadows, ridges, canyons, amongst the Aspens or overlooking the Blue River Shadow Creek Ranch is a shared amenity ranch that offers 22 exclusive home-sites located on 5860 acres of breathtaking Colorado landscape. Picture your custom-built home along pristine meadows, ridges, canyons, amongst the Aspens or overlooking the Blue River. As an owner, you and your guests have access to outstanding fly-fishing on 22 lakes and ponds and on the Gold Medal Waters of the Blue River, guided and unguided horseback riding, excellent hunting, cattle roundups with the cowboys, over 15 miles of groomed trails for snowmobiles and cross country skiing, over 22 miles of atv trails, endless miles of hiking and mntn biking trails, first-class service and luxury accommodations in the main lodge or guest house LOCATION Located off Highway 9 in Summit County Colorado, Shadow Creek Ranch offers nearly 6,000 acres of private refuge adjacent to the 130,000-acre Eagles Nest Wilderness Area. The property lies just north of Eagles Nest Mountain, which affords owners breathtaking backdrop of canyons, meadows, high alpine forests and the Gore and Williams Fork mountain ranges. Less than 120 minutes west of Denver and within one hour of seven major ski resorts, owners enjoy the privacy and activities of the ranch with easy access to fine dining, shopping, and the excitement of first class golf and skiing at many local towns and resorts. MISSION Today, the mission of Shadow Creek Ranch is to offer all the delights of ranch living without the burdens of day-to-day maintenance. Ownership at Shadow Creek Ranch will allow you to step inside a different world of ranch ownership. TRANSPORTATION First class concierge service makes travel to the ranch simple with shuttle service to and from area airports. Shadow Creek Ranch is less than ten miles south of the private, jet accessible airport in Kremmling, Colorado. All in all, Shadow Creek Ranch provides the perfect balance of exclusive ranch property with shuttle service and easy access to local resorts, towns and airports. HOME-SITES Shadow Creek Ranch has carefully laid out 22 home-site locations among shimmering aspens, alongside high mountain meadows, all with beautiful mountain vistas of the Gore and Williams Fork ranges. Your 70-75 acre home-site offers stunning views of the nearly 6,000-acre property, and ownership includes use of the balance of the 6,000 deeded acres. By design, home-sites were laid out to ensure that the beauty and harmony of the ranch remains untouched. No two home-sites are the same, but great effort was made to ensure a natural feel throughout the community. Luxury services include firewood delivery, transportation services and grocery delivery through the Shadow Creek Ranch concierge. As an owner at Shadow Creek Ranch, you are afforded numerous activities. The 6,000-acre ranch and adjoining 130,000 Eagles Nest Wilderness Area provide trails for horseback riding, hiking, mtn biking, snowmobiling and atv use. 22 lakes and ponds as well as the Blue River, provide world-class fly-fishing. Five fully stocked cabins are ideal destinations for a mid-day lunch or overnight stay. Owners may even take part in special ranching activities including ranch roundups and livestock feeding. IMPROVEMENTS The 6000 square foot main lodge and 4000 square foot guest house provide first-class accommodations for homeowners and their guests. You and your family and friends may stay in one of eight luxury suites in the lodge or guest house or in one of the five fully furnished out cabins. Owning a home-site or building your dream home at Shadow Creek Ranch is truly an experience like no other. CONSERVATION Few have experienced a place like Shadow Creek Ranch. Our goal is to preserve the untouched mountain character. To achieve this, Shadow Creek Ranch established a conservation easement with Summit County in December of 2000. This prevents future changes or development to the land outside current plans and will guarantee its conservation for generations to come. Shadow Creek Ranch has carefully orchestrated development to optimize the ranch's natural landscapes. We believe that proper integration of home-sites will create a place of lasting beauty. AMENITIES First-class service, activities and amenities make each moment at the ranch special. As an owner, you will receive exclusive access to ranching and outdoor activities that few other experience. Ranching operations provide owners the opportunity to learn and participate in cattle roundups and horse riding activities. Property owners also have the added benefit of horse, snowmobile and all-terrain vehicles use. At Shadow Creek Ranch, property owners receive the ideal blend of exclusive outdoor and ranching activities with first-class service and beautiful homes and home-sites. These are but a few of the ways Shadow Creek Ranch makes each day special. The staff is here to accommodate your needs and ensure that your ranch property is a step beyond extraordinary. Home Site Services: Owner shuttle service to and from surrounding airports including DIA Firewood cut and stacked at home-sites Snow removal from private walks and driveways Advance shopping for groceries Caretaker assistance when owner is away from home Main Lodge and Guest House Services: Eight luxury suites for homeowner and guest accommodations Catering of private functions Cocktails & event get-togethers in the lodge Great Room & at Base Camp Full time Chef on Staff Fishing Guides on Staff Hunting Guides on Staff Horseback Riding Guides on Staff Ranching Services: Maintenance of ranching and recreational equipment Equestrian facility with staging area for clinics, lessons and training Horse boarding and training Participation in ranching operations and roundups Year round road maintenance in house ACTIVITIES Shadow Creek Ranch offers recreation for every interest and season. As an owner, you have exclusive access to first-class activities and adventure. Come create the memories you've always dreamed of at Shadow Creek Ranch. World class fly fishing on the Blue River and in 22 lakes and ponds Horseback riding, lessons, clinics and full use of the indoor and outdoor riding arenas and equestrian center Ranching activities, take part in cattle roundups Numerous world class golf courses Ski Breckenridge, Keystone, Copper Mountain, Aspen, Vail, Steamboat, Winter Park Trail system for hiking, biking, cross country skiing, horseback riding and use of snowmobiles and all-terrain vehicles Fully stocked cabins for day and overnight use Hunting trophy Elk and Mule deer, all hunts are professionally guided Owners at Shadow Creek Ranch enjoy a combination of beauty and outdoor adventure like no other in the Colorado Mountains. With none of the challenges that can sometimes be associated with ranch ownership, you can come and Enjoy your Ranch!
$4,500,000  •  5,130 acres
Pampa Ranch is an exquisite, income producing cattle ranch comprising 5,130± acres under Williamson Act Contract. Situated near the unincorporated town of Bena, California in eastern Kern County, Pampa Ranch presents a carrying capacity of 225 cow/calf pairs. Pampa Ranch also presents prolific water resources—2 wells, 2 springs, 38 water troughs and 100,000 gallons of water storage.
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$8,900,000  •  5,105 acres
The Basin Ranch is a rare opportunity to own 5,105 acres within a one-hour drive of Carmel-by-the-Sea and Pebble Beach, and just over an hour-and-a-half drive from the San Francisco Bay Area. The property is located west of Greenfield off of Carmel Valley Road and lies in the beautiful Santa Lucia Mountains. There is ample water from wells, creeks, and natural springs. The ranch offers privacy, and a multitude of opportunities for use: hunting, raising livestock, equestrian pursuits, or the development of a family ranch compound, retreat, or estate. PROPERTY HIGHLIGHTS: Rare large-acreage offering near the southern end of Monterey County's coveted Carmel Valley 22 total parcels, 19 with certificates of compliance, 17 parcels enrolled under the Williamson Act, ranch currently runs a small cow/calf operation Back to market with a newly completed access road and maintenance agreement - all roads graded June 2019 - in great condition Incredible privacy and 360-degree views of the Santa Lucia Mountains and the Ventana Wilderness Water – 3 wells, and multiple ponds and reservoirs Hunting opportunities include deer, pigs, turkey, quail, and predators Nice location situated near Carmel Valley Road, would allow for a spectacular family ranch estate or recreation compound - only fifteen minutes from U.S. Highway 101 This ranch would make an excellent 1031 exchange property or land-bank
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$4,150,000  •  4,009.07 acres
$4,200,000
Ideal recreation ranch potential with incredible views, just a 15-20 minute paved road drive from U.S. Highway 101. Over 4000 contiguous acres near San Ardo in Monterey County - single family ownership since the 1940's. The Freeman Ranch has end-of-the-road privacy, is of -the-grid, and consists of 11 certificated parcels, all enrolled in the Williamson Act. Traditionally, the ranch has supported 200 cow/calf pair annually and has been a proven seasonal hunting ranch. There is a generator- powered well that distributes water used for livestock, as well as two known spring locations. Established fencing, jeep roads and trails throughout. The ranch is being sold As-Is, and there is currently a cattle rancher tenant. Property Highlights: • 4000+ contiguous acres in Monterey County - very rare opportunity • potential opportunities: Recreation, Outdoor, Ag Business, Ranch Estate, Solar Array • family/legacy ranch potential • easy access from U.S. Highway 101 - paved road 20 minutes to ranch entrance • hunting includes: deer, pig, upland birds, predators • 11 separate parcels, all in the Williamson Act • all parcels zoned either PG-40 or PG-160, allowing for multiple home sites • completely fenced and cross-fenced, water troughs in-place for existing cattle • dirt/gravel road system requiring normal annual maintenance - plenty of 2/4-wheel tracks as well
$8,900,000  •  3,775 acres
Spectacular views of the Sierras, combined with a private and tranquil valley that literally runs for miles, Eshom Valley Ranch is a unique 3775 +/- acre property situated between the approaches to both Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks. Ranch base elevation is roughly 3,500 feet above sea level. Located in Tulare county, once you cross over the cattle guards, pass by the irrigated pastures and horse barn, and cross the year-round creek, the inviting white fencing leads you to the Homestead compound. Situated close to the entrance and two-story red barn, is the ranch manager’s home and garden. Just beyond the barn, which dates back to the 1800’s, are the quaint one-bed, one-bath guest cottages. Further up and at the end of the driveway is the two-bed, two bath main home featuring a beautiful wrap-around porch, vintage kitchen appliances, an indoor/outdoor fireplace, and large living room. All of the homestead structures have all been impeccably maintained and embody the essence of true midcentury ranch-style. For over fifty years, the property has been used by the family as premier seasonal cattle grazing land, a private family retreat and recreational property. The ranch features almost 7 linear miles of valley floor for rotational pasture grazing with well-maintained fencing and cross-fencing throughout. The miles of established roads and trails makes checking on cattle easy. The recently refurbished working cattle corrals include multiple sorting pens, a loading chute, and squeeze that are conveniently located just off Eshom Valley Drive for easy loading and unloading. It is the only set of corrals in the vicinity. Eshom Valley Ranch provides excellent recreational opportunities, and offers many pursuits for hunting and fishing enthusiasts. There are turkey, deer, boar, quail, coyotes and brown bear. The gently-sloped landscape is covered in ancient valley oaks set among flat to rolling pastures. There are several lakes fed by year-round running Eshom Creek. Blue gill and bass can be fished from the lakes. Property Highlights: • 22 total parcels, nearly 7 linear miles of valley floor and pasture • 8 parcels are enrolled in the Williamson Act • 1 domestic well on electricity and 3 Ag wells on solar • 3 lakes: Cemetery Lake, Big Lake and Carpenter Lake • Year-round Eshom Creek • Working cattle corrals complete with squeeze and loading chute • Cattle lease in place - run approx. 400 pregnant cows from May - August • Miles of fencing and established ranch roads • One main home with garage, guest house and caretaker unit • Historic barns throughout including two-story red horse barn built in the 1800’s
$1,800,000  •  3,342 acres
West Valley ranch consists of 3,342 acres spanning Modoc and Lassen County lines and the ranch has the benefit of being enrolled in the Williamson Act. The homestead hosts various outbuildings which includes the old home: 1,500+/- sq/ft 2 bedroom and 1 bathroom; the home has been vacant for 10+ years and is considered a fixer-upper. Power is provided by a generating system, sewage disposal is private septic system, and potable water is from a domestic well. Situated in Northeastern California at the base of the Warner Mountains, the elevation ranges from 4,800 to over 5,500ASL, and the ranch is mostly surrounded by BLM and National Forest (Public) Lands. Located at the end of the road; just 6 miles from the bucolic community of Likely, and 25 miles from the City of Alturas [the Modoc County Seat]. Water is abundant, with several creeks and springs on the ranch: Parsnip & Cedar Creek merge and supports irrigation of approximately 175 acres of meadow land. Free water, easy irrigation, the capacity to run 225 pair of cows from May to November together with a 50 AUM BLM grazing permit, with ready willing and able grazing tenants. Recreation and sporting prospects include hunting and fishing: Private waters stream fishing. Two land owner tags obtained through Fish & Game in the highly sought X3B Mule Deer Zone. Approximately 900 acres of the ranch are within the shoreline of West Valley Reservoir offering recreation for most water sports: Including water skiing, boating, swimming and fishing (Trout [Brown, Eagle Lake, & Rainbow], Perch, and Bass). The ranching and recreation aspects shape this ranch into an ideal multi-use investment. Listing ID: 04037-39640
$4,399,000  •  2,928 acres
The 2,928 +/- acres Arnerich Ranch is approximately 5 miles from Mt. Hamilton and 19 miles from the City of San Jose in Santa Clara County. The Arnerich Ranch has remained with the same family since 1939, it consists of 18 certified parcels all enrolled in the Williamson Act, it has end of the road privacy and feels completely off the grid! It has a modest 1,400 sq ft ranch house built in 1970, along with Metal barn and shed. Traditionally the ranch has supported 50 head of cattle between November and June. The ranch has ideal conditions for hunting pigs, blacktail deer, quail, predators and even ducks! The ranch is approximately 70% fenced in with the exception of the South West portion. It is being sold As-Is Property Highlights: • 2928 contagious acres in Santa Clara County • 18 parcels all in the Williamson Act • family/legacy ranch potential, cattle & hunting • hunting includes; deer, pig, predator, quail and duck • 19 miles from the city of San Jose, Ca. • modest 1,400 sq ft home, w/ metal barn and shed • 70% fenced • solid dirt/gravel road system requiring minimal to normal annual maintenance
$12,400,000  •  2,778.93 acres
The 2780 acre Fountain Ranch is what one envisions if it were somehow possible to put together every essential element of a Class A ranch under one umbrella to create the most idyllic picture of ranch perfection; gentle oak strewn hills rolling down to irrigated pasture land that hug the shores of a mighty river while being towered over by timbered peaks and dramatic rock outcroppings all while being complimented by aesthetically appealing and functional improvements. This within close proximity to the San Francisco Bay Area. Of course, a natural rarity of this magnitude was not lost on the past generations. The history of the Fountain Ranch is a microcosm of the history of California itself. Steeped in the ancient folklore of Native Americans, the Ranch’s Frog Woman Rock is the origin of some of these native people’s most fabled tales. Ascending high above the Russian River with its full omnipresences, it is not hard to conjure up images of native people toiling and worshipping under such sheer magnificence in what could have only been the land of seamlessly endless natural bounties. In the 1800’s, the Spanish recognizing the natural richness of the region, created the Sanel Land Grant and deeded the same to one Señor Fernando Feliz. Sometime thereafter a grand Victorian was built on the Ranch’s north side. This went on first to serve as a stopover for the wagon trail coming off of Mountain House Road, then later as the Fountain Ranch Train Station for the North Pacific Railroad and finally as the Ranch’s Headquarters. Still in one dim lit upstair’s room stands the grand bed that President William McKinley slept in on his tour through the region in the late 1890’s. This Regal Lady cries out a storied past filled with colorful characters and scenes of yesteryear and awaits the next Owner’s visions of revival. The current era began in 1952 when Fountain Ranch was purchased by G.P. Bradford, the grandfather of the current Owners. G.P. Bradford’s son, the late Robert Bradford, can be credited for the extensive infrastructural improvements on the Ranch including the Lake House and Bradford Lake. Planning for the future, like an architect and engineer, Robert Bradford immersed himself in these projects and others with full attention to detail creating what can only be described as a living legacy. Under the stewardship of the Bradford Ranch Partnership,, a long time family business that was made up of first G.P. Bradford and Robert Bradford and then later Robert and his son Peter Bradford, the Ranch has been used primarily as a cattle ranch, hunting club and family retreat with attention focused on long term sustainability. The property is approximately 2,778.93 acres and is made up of 15 Legal Parcels (Certificates of Compliance) all under the Willamson Act’s Agricultural Preserve for lower tax liability. The bulk of the Ranch is gently rolling pasture land along with over a 150+ acres of irrigated pasture land. Interspersed in the higher regions are large rock outcroppings including Frog Women Rock and the Twin Peaks with the southern peak hosting the “Balancing Rock”, one very large boulder precipitously balanced on half buried rock. Surrounding these outcroppings are fir and hardwood forests. The Ranch is transversed by an internal road system in excellent order. Wildlife abounds on the Ranch including trophy class blacktail deer, wild hog, turkey, blue grouse, valley and mountain quail, mountain lion, bobcat, black bear and other species. Bradford Lake plays hosts to a wide variety of migratory waterfowl with many ideal spots for permanent blinds. In addition to its waterfowl attributes, Bradford Lake is an angler’s delight with 12 to15 pound Florida Strain Large Mouth Bass being a routine catch. RESIDENCES & OTHER STRUCTURES 1. The main residence, the Lake House, is approximately 5,000 sq. ft. and sits perched in a grove of majestic oaks and established gardens with panoramic views over the Lake. Designed and engineered by the late Robert L. Bradford, the House exemplifies modern sensibility and function while giving credence to its natural surroundings. There are 3 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms, an office, a laundry room, kitchen and dining area, flower room, living room and a full basement. In addition, there is a covered heated pool connected to the Lake House. The House has its own solar power system generating enough power to support all domestic demands. Heating for both the House and the pool is by natural gas while the pool also has its own supplemental solar heating system. The House awaits updating and the vigor of a new Owner. 2. There are two other houses, one built in the 1990s and one built sometime before 1940. The older house is 1200 sq. ft. and was renovated in the 1990s. It has two bedrooms and one bath. The house built in 1990s is 1500 sq. ft. and has 3 bedrooms and 2 baths. These houses are far removed form the Lake House assuring privacy to the new Owner. Both houses currently house Ranch employees who are interested in the possibility of working for the new Owner. One employee has worked on the property for 33 years and the other has worked there for 13 years. 3. The oldest residence is the uninhabitable Grand Victorian built in the late 1880’s that functioned as stage stop, railroad station and residence until the 1990s. This house contains 6 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, kitchen, dining room, living room, office and several other rooms. Though the foundation and internal structural supports appear to be salvageable, this house needs some major renovations to become habitable. 4. There is an apartment above the shop / equipment shed that has one bedroom, a bathroom and a kitchen. The apartment and shop were built in the 1990’s. The apartment has natural gas for kitchen and laundry use and is electrically heated and cooled by a mini heat pump. 5. There are two barns on the property for hay storage and there is a good corral setup for working livestock. There is also a registered weight scale for weighing livestock. WATER Fountain Ranch is blessed with an abundance of water the likes which are seldom found together on one property. With over 3.7 miles of interspersed frontage on the Russian River, a licensed appropriative right to directly divert 2.3 cubic feet per second from the river from March to November. State permitted and licensed dam creating the 440 acre feet Bradford Lake fed by an immense watershed, stock ponds and numerous smaller creeks, the Fountain Ranch stands in a class of itself. If water is gold in California, this ranch is a gold mine. CURRENT AND POTENTIAL USES For the past 70 years the ranch has been used primarily as a cattle ranch running approximately 70 to 80 mother cows, 90 bred heifers, 8 to 10 bulls with an additional 100 to 130 weaned heifer from spring to fall. This would be something the new Owner might continue on his own or lease out to another livestock producer. The Ranch leases the blacktail deer and wild pig hunting to a Hunting Club on a year to year basis. This has proven to be a long and mutually beneficial relationship for all parties. There is, however, substantial potential to increase revenue from the wildlife resources by instituting a PLM (Private Land Management) Program on the Ranch and more intensely managing and marketing the wildlife. In the alternative, the new owner could choose to maintain such resources for their personal recreational enjoyment. What seems like the most economically productive use of the Ranch with the highest potential return would be to use the existing water resources to plant a portion of the ranch to vineyards well simultaneously maintaining the cattle and hunting operation on the remainder. There is also a conservation easement potential on the Ranch because of its multiple parcels, location on the Russian River with critical water resources and its ownership of significant cultural landmarks. Such an easement could perhaps be done in conjunction with the before mentioned development. Property Highlights: • 2778.93 acres comprising 15 Legal Parcels (CC’s) all under the Williamson Act’s Ag Preserve for lower property taxes. • 150+ acres of irrigated pasture, 100’s of acres of gentle plantable ground • Water: With over 3.7 miles of interspersed frontage on the Russian River, a licensed appropriative right to directly divert 2.3 cubic feet per second from the river from March to November. State permitted and Licensed dam creating the 440 acre feet (22 surface acres) Bradford Lake fed by an immense watershed, stock ponds and numerous smaller creeks, the Fountain Ranch is well positioned to support large agricultural production. In addition, there are numerous springs. • 4 residences - one 5000 Sq. Ft. custom Lake House, Workers’ housing and guest apartment. Non-habitable Grand old Victorian that needs a major renovation. • Good perimeter fencing and some internal cross fencing. Working barn and corral with registered scale. • The home of the iconic Frog Woman Rock, aka “Squaw Rock” or “Lover’s Leap”, and the twin peaks with the “Balancing Rock” • No internal easement other than the Mountain House Road on the far western edge, railroad right away on far eastern edge near Russian River and utilities. Approached off of county road. Excellent internal road network - both year round and seasonal. • Substantial Conservation Easement Potential • $12,400,000
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$6,500,000  •  2,270 acres
JL Ranch is a well-known and respected working Quarter Horse Market Breeding Facility and cattle ranch located in the peaceful country paradise of Paicines, California.
$4,200,000  •  2,200 acres
Timmerman Land and Cattle CompanyOnce part of the famous Kittredge Ranch in southern Oregon, Timmerman Land and Cattle Company (TLCC) is an impressive operating and recreation property that features 2,200± contiguous, deeded acres and over two-and-a-half miles of the spring-fed upper Williamson River.  Surface and groundwater rights covering approximately 1,500 acres, along with extensive stream frontage, make this among the best-watered ranches available in the region.  The property encompasses a series of large irrigated and sub-irrigated pastures flanked by pine-forested uplands and shares a lengthy boundary with the Winema National Forest and Klamath Marsh National Wildlife Refuge.  A full set of residential and agricultural improvements reside on a timbered hillside overlooking the ranch and include a remodeled brick owner’s residence, a remodeled guest house, manager’s home, bunkhouse, storage sheds, shop building, and steel pipe working corrals with cattle scale. As with many ranches in this area, TLCC is run primarily as a yearling operation and has typically accommodated up to 1,500 calves from May until the beginning of September depending on moisture and market conditions.  The majority of the ranch is covered by gravity-fed, surface irrigation from the river.  Approximately 200 acres are irrigated by a well and center pivot. The upper Williamson is famous for its native redband trout, and fishing on the ranch can produce large trout in the 20-inch class. Brook and brown trout also call the river home.  Dry fly fishing is best in spring and early summer during the annual “black drake” mayfly hatch when trout feed aggressively on the surface. Waterfowl hunting on the ranch and the adjoining national wildlife refuge can be excellent depending on water levels in the fall.  Elk, mule deer, and antelope are also found on the ranch. The town of Chiloquin, 40 miles southwest of the property, provides the nearest commercial services, while the popular city of Bend and its commercial airport are located 100 miles to the north.  Chiloquin is also home to a Chiloquin State Airport with a 3,749-foot runway.The Facts:2,200± contiguous, deeded acres Highly productive summer pasture ranch with outstanding recreational values and water resourcesLocated in a secluded setting with gentle topography and excellent sceneryOver 2.5 miles of the upper Williamson River supporting a vibrant wild trout fisheryAccommodates 1,500± yearlings during summer months based on moisture and market conditionsSurface and center pivot irrigation for approximately 1,500 acresComplete set of residential and ranch improvements, including a comfortable, remodeled owner’s home with 3 bedrooms and 3 bathroomsYear-round access on paved roads Within easy driving distance to Bend and its commercial airport and less than an hour to Crater Lake National ParkHome to elk, mule deer, antelope, and waterfowlAbundant opportunities for habitat development and enhancementNo conservation easementElevation approximately 4,500 ft.Annual property taxes approximately $5,870    
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$5,750,000  •  2,051 acres
$8,500,000
PLANETT RANCH is a rarity where once there were many. It’s the privilege of privacy on 560+/- acres that have been lovingly cared for and carefully managed by one family for nearly 90 years. Only 32 miles northwest of downtown Paso Robles, near the shores of Lake San Antonio, the original Homestead House has been preserved in its handcrafted glory. The newer Lake House was built for a family that entertains locals and out-of-towners alike. An elegant pool with swim-up “beach” and hot tub/exercise pool lures visitors away from other ranch activities like horseback riding or hiking on the developed roads and trails. But it’s the water that makes Planett Ranch better than gold. Four wells, including three fully developed and productive wells sit atop the Lockwood Valley Groundwater Basin. So, what awaits the next family? A turnkey ranch retreat, equestrian pursuits, the potential for vineyards, or a coveted touchstone for the generations that follow. LandLeader TV Feature Link: https://youtu.be/3XoZVasfooA Inquire with broker about increased acreage (20 APN’s totaling 2,051+/- acres) and pricing options. Property Highlights: • Rare, private offering in southern Monterey County with close proximity to Central California’s hotspot, Paso Robles (27 minutes by private jet from L.A. or San Francisco) • Twenty land parcels, none of which are enrolled in the Williamson Act, allowing for potential future build-out • Water - Ten wells, swimming pool, hot tub • Vineyard potential with the ranch lying in the San Antonio Valley AVA • Two homes in turnkey, move-in condition –additional features include a barn, stables, large turnouts • Carefully managed, impeccable fencing and gates, existing employees could be available for a seamless transition to new owners • Unique Lake San Antonio high water frontage, offering boating, water sports, and fishing
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$4,850,000  •  2,026 acres
Take advantage of the rare and incredible opportunity to own this exceptionally versatile 2026+ acre ranch in historic Mariposa County, just about 45 minutes from Yosemite National Park. The ranch consists of very usable rangeland, currently with a 250 cow seasonal lease. The ranch is perimeter and cross-fenced with four traps, four ponds, four wells, and mulitple springs, providing plenty of water for domestic, irrigation, and livestock. For the cattleman, there is a good working set of corrals, sweep, squeeze chute, calf table, and livestock scales. For the equestrian, there is a large wooden 7 stall barn that can store 75 tons of hay. There is a large riding arena with views of the nearby hills, a 60 foot round-pen, 4 paddocks, and a tack room right next to the wash rack. There is an 11 mile riding loop on the property, and the owners have a use permit to run a dude string as well. There are 10 acres planted in mature wine grapes including varietals such as cabernet sauvignon, zinfandel, viognier, petite sirah, and syrah to name a few. The hot summer afternoons and cool evening breezes make for an excellent growing climate here. In the basement of the main ranch house, there is a 1200 case winery and tasting room for on-site guests. For the recreational enthousiast, there is also plenty to do at this ranch. You can ride ATVs and quads virtually all over the entire 2026 acre ranch. The ponds have bass and bluegill, and the ranch used to have a lease with an outfitter who guided hunts on the property. Today there are wild pigs, wild turkey, dove and quail, an ocassional deer and bear, plus many other smaller game animals like fox, coyote, and bobcat. The improvements include three dwelling structures - the main ranch house, a 12oo square foot 3 bedroom guest house that can be rented out as a B&B, and a 3 bedroom / 3 bathroom home they call Mrs. Rauch's house. There is a detached 4 car garage, and there is a 1500 square foot metal shop building with a mezzanine level as well. The owners also just finished installing an owned solar system, which means utility bills for the whole operation run about $100 per year! The southern half of the ranch is enrolled in the Williamson Act, and there is a 4th house, called the Lincoln House. The walls of the house are sturdy and wide, made of cement construction, but it will need some work to bring back to habitable standards. Overall the ranch consists of 13 parcels, many of which are along Ben Hur Road, where PGE utility lines also parellel each of these parcels, opening the possibility of selling off some of the smaller pieces - there are many ways this property can go given its incredible versability. PROPERTY HIGHLIGHTS: • 2026+ deeded acres perimeter and cross fenced • 4 ponds, 4 wells, and multiple springs • 250 Cow lease for season • 10 acre vineyard with 1200 case winery and tasting room • 3 homes with a 4th home to be updated • 7 stall wooden barn stores 75 tons of Hay • Fenced Paddocks, large riding arena, and round pen • 1500 square foot metal shop building with mezzanine • Recreational Paradise: off-road vehicles, hunting, and fishing • Detached 4 car garage • Owned 12 KW Solar System • Use permit for B&B, and Dude Sting
$3,850,000  •  1,855 acres
Reinoso Peak Ranch is a scenic hunting and cattle ranch positioned near Tres Pinos in San Benito County, California.
$7,750,000  •  1,750 acres
The unspoiled America does still exist...and if you keep your eyes open, you can still make it your own. In the Shasta Valley in Siskiyou County, this wildly beautiful track of land endure as they have for centuries. Set against the dazzling backdrop of frosted Mount Shasta and the Trinity Mountains, totalaling 1750 acres of grassy pastures and croplands. It's a home to flourishing wildlife: a vast play ground for the avid outdoors man; and a secluded, sustainable retreat. The setting is charmed many times over. Situated in a part of the valley locals call the "Banana Belt," it's gently touched by all four seasons and easily accessible year-round. It's just west of Interstate 5 and a short drive from a jet airport in Montague and a municipal airport in Weed. The magnificent outdoor experiences of Lake Shasta, the Klamath and McCloud Rivers, and Kangaroo Lake are just minutes away, and so is fine dining in Mt. Shasta or Yreka. A four-hour drive takes you to Sacramento and San Francisco, and you're close to shopping in Oregon, a tax free state. Because the land is enrolled in the Williamson Act, property taxes are much lower than you might expect, with assessments based on farming and open space uses. The seller will consider carrying paper. If you choose to make your life here, you can easily create a fully self-sustaining compound. With wide open spaces, gently rolling hills, several natural springs, wells and acres of tillable ground to produce food for your family and your livestock, it's possible to live completely off the grid. Also 175+/- acres of flood irrigated ground, water supplied by the Grenada Irrigation District. By far the greatest advantage of all is the peace and tranquility that surround you in a place where pristine land and sky stretch as far as the eye can see...and knowing that it's yours to enjoy and leave as your legacy. Broker- Brandon Fairbanks CalBRE# 01343552, Licensed Broker in Oregon
$7,400,000  •  1,500 acres
Once in a ''Blue Moon'' does a ranch with this much diversity and quality become available for sale. This 1500+/- acre cattle, hay, wild rice and hunting ranch is truly an amazing property. The ranch features 1,050 irrigated acres; 521 in alfalfa, 201 acres in wild rice and 328 acres irrigated pasture. PROPERTY HIGHLIGHTS: There are 4 ag wells, (one not in use) a ditch pump and a spring pump all tied together, producing well over 10,000 GPM. All tied together with underground mainline and return ditch system. No water leaves the ranch! The remaining property is used for grazing and feed lot with a mixture of pines, oaks and juniper. The south portion of the ranch is under a WRP conservation easement for enhanced habitat and is used for hunting and grazing. Around 30 acres are in the headquarters, barns, shop, corrals and two homes. 3400 sf metal shop, two hay barns plus animal/hay barn. The ranch keeps enough hay to feed over the winter, and sells the remaining crop. The ranch now runs 350 spring and fall calving pairs, plus 50 replacement heifers and 12 bulls, year round. This operation has run up to 500 head, depending on how you run the haying operation. The ranch is fully fenced and cross fenced. There are several year round and seasonal springs, year round ponds, as well as a seasonal creek which creates a spectacular waterfall over the lava rock bluff. There are two roads into the ranch, One coming in from the south,at the base of the bluff and one coming down off the bluff via Day Road. The ranch hand house is 1400 sf with 3 bedrooms and 2 baths, plus a full basement. This house is located just north of the ranch headquarters. The owners home is at the south end of the ranch. It is 1500 sf with 4 bedrooms and 2 baths, plus a full basement. Both homes sit at the base of the bluff and have nice decks capturing the incredible views of Mt. Shasta, Mt. Lassen and valley. The waterfowl hunting is outstanding and the ranch qualifies for 2 landowner deer tags available through Fish and Wildlife. The Williamson Act is in place on the majority of the ranch. This is a rare opportunity to purchase a ranch that has excellent history, very well maintained with the benefit of privacy, beauty plus fantastic hunting and bass fishing. Good production records are available to qualified buyers. Some equipment and cattle are available for sale, but not included in asking price.