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$1,725,000  •  5,452 acres
Apache Mesa has lots of soul. Tales, history, folklore, and struggle were the truth of this land. Comanche met Apache, old stage coaches stopped at Apache Springs to refill their water supplies, and Billy the Kid ran wild. Its calmer now, ideal for getting on your horse and venturing out on your 5452 acres of varied terrain from rolling hills to a high ridge along natural trails. Used as a family compound for years, it would make an amazing Dude Ranch. Experiencing this land brings out the kid in you. It is fenced for cattle and horses with barns, hay storage, corrals, bunkhouse, and storage buildings. There are 3 wells and 2 homes. The 1200 SF main house is rustic and fun with a wraparound veranda and a main room that has hosted a lot of big dinners and family stories around the fireplace. The caretakers house is 1350 SF. Both have electric, propane, and septic. Not far from Las Vegas, NM and the Longmire set, you can enjoy the old Plaza Hotel, the college, shopping, and a friendly local community spirit.
$6,226,000  •  2,830 acres
Ford-Lightner Ranch was once called the Ford-Henderson Ranch which is a combination of Central Rolling Red Plains fields and Edwards Plateau limestone hills. Reubes Creek runs west to east through the north part of the ranch which has semi-permeant pools with large mesquite and oak lined wooded bank
$5,500,000  •  2,100 acres
The legendary Eagle Rock Ranch is located in the California’s Coastal Mountain Range west of Ukiah on historic Low Gap Road, the former stage route to the town of Mendocino on the coast. Eagle Rock Ranch is among the last original large ranches in Mendocino County. Its central area opens to a grassed plateau surrounded by mature fir and oak trees, a sheltered & secluded oasis. This setting exudes privacy and remoteness yet is only 15 minutes to town. The 2,100-acre ranch has three houses (including the original, dating to 1858), a handsome weathered redwood barn, multiple year-round springs, three good wells, 440 volt electrical service, and extensive frontage on County roads. The Ranch takes its name from bald eagles nesting on its most important feature, an awe inspiring rock outcropping on the mountain west of the ranch’s headquarters. This one of Mendocino’s most significant natural landmarks and has been noted as such throughout the region’s recorded history. The property includes an operating craft distillery, where the famous Germain-Robin alambic brandy was originally crafted. The beauty of this ranch cannot be overstated. It is a wonderful place to live, relax, raise children and animals, entertain friends and family, picnic, hunt, hike, take walks and runs, ride horses and the like. The extraordinary wildlife is one of the greatest pleasures of living on the ranch. There are rabbits, raccoons, skunks, opossum, flocks of wild turkeys, wild pigs, weasels, coyotes howling by night, deer with their fawns, bobcats, an occasional fox, bear, or mountain lion, a chorus of peeping frogs in the spring and deep-voiced bull frogs on summer nights. The current owners have twice spotted the rare ring-tail cat. Because of the variation in terrain, vegetation, and altitude, there is an unusual variety of birds, including owls, migratory ducks, and blue herons. The myriad wildflowers in the spring have to be seen to be believed. Location: the property’s main entrance is five miles from downtown Ukiah on Low Gap Road, a well-maintained County road. This road and its spur, Pine Ridge Road, running parallel to Orr Creek, form the southern boundary of the ranch, some 3 ½ miles. Eagle Rock Ranch is thus 12 minutes from Ukiah, population 15,000, the county seat, with a good hospital, legal services, and consumer outlets (including a Costco); there is a good municipal airport capable of serving commercial jets. San Francisco in good traffic is two hours south; Santa Rosa's commercial airport is an hour south. Mendocino County, mountainous, rural, and sparsely populated, is part of the fabled North Coast Wine Country. The County possesses great natural beauty: its spectacular rocky coastline draws visitors from all over the world. Topography. The ranch is essentially the southern and eastern slope of a long ridge forming the north watershed of Orr Creek, rising from 700 feet elevation to 3000 feet at the west end and including the 2800-foot mountain which peaks in Eagle Rock. There are many seasonal creeks. The generally sloping terrain varies from open pasture to oak woodlands to fir forest; there is a small stand of old-growth redwood deep in a canyon below Eagle Rock and another on the north slope of the ridge behind the main house. There are several areas aggregating an estimated 120 acres that could be planted to grapes. Structures a. The original main ranch house, with original lovely and wide-planked clear-heart redwood walls, dates from ca.1858 and has been extensively renovated. A modern addition brings it to 2900 sq ft, including 2½ baths and an imposing fireplace built from local field sandstone; there are three outbuildings, including a modest guest cottage. b. A second house, built on a decorative fieldstone foundation in 1946, has been extensively rebuilt and renovated; of its 2400 sq ft,. One of the bedrooms/baths is detached, across a small enclosed garden area from the main structure; there is also a Mediterranean-style walled garden leading to a separate office/studio. This house has an adjacent garage and workshed/storage building. c. There is a handsome two-storey 2000 sq ft weathered barn used for storage and for cattle plus hayloft d. The third house (approximately 1500 sq. ft.) is a serviceable 3-bedroom modern residence for the ranch manager along with a shop and two detached guest quarters, one of which, located by the barn, replaced the old sheep-shearing shed. e. The original Germain-Robin brandy distillery was constructed in 1982-84. It is a show-piece, containing a beautiful antique copper still brought from an abandoned distillery in Cognac. There is also a large redwood-sided aging cellar, whose interior and roof are modern concrete/steel construction; this building is in excellent condition and could serve many purposes. Other relevant information. The ranch, zoned to 160-acre minimums, consists of eleven parcels which have completed Certificates of Compliance. All parcels save two either have county road frontage or are served by the excellent main-ranch entry road. Water. The Coales have drilled three good wells, and there are several more potential sites identified by professional hydrologists. There are numerous productive year-round springs. The many scenic creeks are seasonal. Fire protection. A productive well above the main buildings serves 12,500 gallons of water storage tanks, which feed a 4” underground main connected to fire stanchions at the barn, at the distillery, and at all three houses. A dozen head of cattle keep the ranch grazed down to reduce fire hazard. 440-volt electricity (sufficient for industrial use if needed) is carried on a dedicated line that serves all the ranch structures. The houses and the distillery are served with individual propane tanks. Ranch History. Low Gap Road was the original trail used by the Pomo Indians to journey to the coast to trade for seaweed and abalone. Eagle Rock itself was regarded as sacred. Many arrowheads, throwing stones, and mortars and pestles have been found around the ranch. The Coales have not allowed these objects to leave the ranch. The earliest recorded holdings date from before the Civil War. The crumbling remains of an 1850s homesteader’s cabin, barn, corral, orchard, and vineyard are still visible at the eastern end of the ranch. To subsist, many homesteaders stripped tanoak bark to be sold for commercial leather-curing. They also cut firewood for Ukiah (the courthouse once had 40 fireplaces), split railroad ties from large redwood trees, planted grapes and pear and apple trees, and ran sheep. There remain two single-room cabins for solitary shepherds, which predate the original main house. The main house, built in 1858, reflects the vertical architectural style brought in from the New England-settled whaling village of Mendocino. The house contains large wall planks on the interior walls and foundation timbers rough-sawn from virgin redwood. Later in the 1920’s and 1930’s, various homestead and vacant parcels were assembled by the Bradford family into a cattle/sheep ranch; Bradford family ashes were scattered from Eagle Rock. The Bradfords also had a commercial peach orchard in front of their main house; there is an aerial photograph of the orchard from ca 1948. Oats were cultivated on a sloping fenced field behind the 1946 house, and the gang-plow, mower, and hay rake are still on the property, along with the original Fordson tractor. In the early 1950s, George Chalfant, an ATT long-lines engineer, began looking for a ranch to purchase for his retirement. Chalfant had run the Bell Telephone long-distance lines across the Cascades and was also the senior engineer for wiring the founding United Nations conference (the first use of simultaneous translation in five languages), held in San Francisco in 1945. Chalfant flew all over northern California in search of land he liked. He believed that the Ranch was the most beautiful land to be found in California. Chalfant purchased the Ranch from the Bradfords’ successors in 1954 and retired to it in 1957; he added some adjacent parcels to round out a natural and sheltered geographic unit. He leased the rangeland and the second house (built in 1946) to Meredith Clark, who ran sheep on the property for 35 years. An avid amateur historian, Chalfant had a deep interest in the Hudson Bay Company and was instrumental in placing several Historical Monument plaques, one of them on busy Montgomery Street in the financial district of San Francisco. In his eighties, confined to a wheelchair by crippling arthritis, Chalfant held back from selling the property, hoping to find buyers who would love the ranch as he did. When he encountered the Coales in 1973, he lowered the price and offered advantageous terms so that they could afford the purchase. The Coales have made the ranch their home ever since. They have carried out extensive renovations and additions to both of the main houses. Germain-Robin brandy distillery. Near the barn is the original Germain-Robin brandy distillery and aging cellar, still in occasional use. In 1981, Coale picked up a hitch-hiking refugee from the industrialization of cognac. Hubert Germain-Robin came from the Jules Robin family, cognac producers since 1782. Hubert told a sad tale: ancient hand-methods of distillation were disappearing as huge firms applied “improved” high-volume industrial methods. Hubert wanted to turn the clock back and distill using craft methods handed down for centuries from master to apprentice. Hubert dismantled an antique still in an abandoned cognac distillery and shipped it to the ranch in Mendocino County. Coale built a modest redwood building for it, thus starting the country's first craft distillery since 1919, and the two began to experiment with premium wine grapes. The very first time that brandy distilled from pinot noir flowed from the still, Hubert took a long sniff from the sampling glass, turned to Coale, and said: “this is the finest I have ever experienced.” The first Germain-Robin brandies were released in 1987. By the mid-1990s, once the aging brandies had matured, Germain-Robin was frequently reviewed among the world's finest distilled spirits: in 1996, Robb Report's expert panel named the Select Barrel XO the best spirit in the world, ahead of Macallan 18-year-old and the $1500 Richard Hennessy cognac. From his ranch office, Coale also developed and marketed Hangar One vodka, the first significant national craft brand, which was sold to Cuervo in 2010. Germain-Robin was sold to Gallo in 2017.
$7,750,000  •  1,963.08 acres
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The Heinrich Ranch boasts modern extravagance, tranquility and panoramic views overlooking the vast California Central Valley and Sierra Foothills. Set among 1963 +/- acres is a world-class cattle, equestrian and recreational property featuring five-star improvements, including a 9,000 +/- square foot luxury main home, set atop one of the highest points of the ranch. This 6 bed, 7 bath, 2 half bath home has stunning views of the central valley and the entire ranch below. The koi pond and expansive water feature greets guests as they park in the large covered carport with pure serenity and calmness. There is an entertainment and game room with a full bar through the grand entrance foyer that leads out to the walk-up pool, large backyard water feature and complete outdoor BBQ. All bedrooms feature in-suite bathrooms and walk-in closets. For more formal gatherings, there is a gourmet kitchen and butler’s pantry adjacent to the beautiful dining room with extraordinary views and a fire place. The master wing features “his and her” bathrooms and closets. The finished basement features a temperature-controlled wine cellar and dinner seating. In summary, the home was constructed and finished in the highest quality and has been maintained in top condition.Down the paved driveway and to the east of the main home, there are four additional homes (two are 2 bed/2 bath and one is 3 bed/ 2 bath), two of which are near found the state-of-the-art Equestrian facility to support a state-of-the-art training facility. The main barn features an office, large tack room, wash racks and vet room. Beyond the barn is a covered round pen and a large covered arena with lights, sprinklers and cattle catch pens. An outdoor arena, a large guest barn, a tractor/trailer barn and a race track are some of the features of the facility. Any rancher would appreciate the organization and carefully thought out rotational grazing pastures that have been fenced and cross-fenced throughout the ranch.Additional outdoor activities include the tennis court, 9-hole executive golf course tucked neatly inside the race track, fishing/boating pond and target shooting range found just beyond the private runway where you can land your small airplane or helicopter. This ranch is simply magical!
$19,500,000  •  1,900 acres
MC Ranch sits on the headwaters of Myrtle Creek. This panoramic 1,900± acre box canyon ranch has 20 miles of chip sealed and gravel roads that allows access to every hilltop and valley. It offers the unique opportunity to enjoy the great outdoors—hunt whitetail deer, free-range buffalo, turkey, exotic game and fish for trophy bass. The 7± acre lake has been stocked with sun perch, blue catfish and hybrid Florida largemouth bass. There are also nine dammed ponds, two natural spring-fed lakes, and large valleys. The ranch perimeter is high-fenced and has been stocked with exotics and whitetail deer from the closed-herd deer breeding program. The TC-1 deer breeding operation spans 13.9± acres, with 15 pens and breeding facility. ​ The main home has three bedrooms and three baths with an open floor plan and an impressive rock fireplace. The sun room overlooks the water fall and the game room includes pool table, poker table, dart board, flat screen TV and jukebox. The flowing Myrtle Creek offers a tranquil view from the front porch. The guesthouse has three beds and two baths, full kitchen and large front porch and rear porch. A large open-air pavilion with full kitchen and large fireplace is the perfect place for entertaining. ​ MC Ranch is located nine miles from Bandera, 18 miles from Kerrville, 36 miles from Boerne, and 60 miles northwest of San Antonio. Need to fly in? Kerrville is the closest airport with two runways up to 6,000 feet. ​ MC Ranch provides a perfect balance of fertile valleys, rolling hills, rising bluffs for enjoying the scenery, hiking, hunting of trophy game and large lakes for fishing and swimming. This ranch is a must see to fully appreciate all of its beauty!
$3,500,000  •  1,020 acres
This Southwestern Colorado sporting ranch offers a 4,000 sf lodge/home with 4 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms, a 4 stall horse barn, a large shop, 2 strong wells, and 3 ponds. Great hunting for deer and elk, excellent regional fishing, recreation, near Telluride.
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$1,695,000  •  847.81 acres
The 847 acre Rice Canyon ranch is located just a few miles east of Susanville, California in Lassen County. The ranch lies within the Honey Lake valley with broad vistas of the Sierra Nevada mountains and the Great Basin. This ranch boasts over 250 acres of irrigated lands under two center pivots and wheel lines. There are 90 acres in alfalfa with the balance in grain. The grain can be planted back into alfalfa or any irrigated crop. There are 2 ag wells, 3 domestic wells, 3 large pole barns for hay storage, 3 homes, a feedlot and plenty of equipment storage buildings as well as a shop. The back of the ranch borders public lands managed by Bureau of Land Management. Antelope, deer and other wildlife frequent the property. The ranch runs approximately 150 pair but with proper management that number could increase.
$4,950,000  •  720 acres
Have you ever closed your eyes and dreamt of your perfect lifestyle and your perfect home? The home is grand, yet warm and inviting, where friends and family can put their feet up, laugh and share life stories? Separate entertainment areas where there is enough room for large crowds to celebrate? The property where recreational activities abound and loved ones gather after a long day hunting, fishing, rafting, cattle herding, horseback riding, cutting, roping, swimming, or hiking? The perfect place already in existence, where all you do is move in? Pine Ranch Estate fulfills this dream. 720 acres located in Yolo County with a 7000 square foot home, 4000 square foot lodge, and an unrivaled pool complex. Just an hour from Sacramento and 20 minutes from Cache Creek Casino and Spa, this exceptional property is the quintessential recreation and entertainment facility. Property Highlights: • Incredible panoramic views • Fabulous family compound • Perfect ranch for the recreational enthusiast • 4000 square foot lodge with: * three guest rooms, each with its own bathroom and fireplace * large great room * expansive kitchen designed to serve large groups o • 7000 square foot, Western themed home, with: * 5 bedrooms, each with its own bathroom * 2 half bathrooms * 4 car garage • Resort quality pool area • First class roping and cutting arena • Six stall barn with tack room, grooming/wash rack * Half bathroom * 4 vehicle garage • Covered riding arena • Trophy black tail deer, quail, dove, pig, turkey • Large self-sustaining lake with largemouth bass, bluegill, and catfish * Half bathroom at lake * Large entertainment deck and barbeque sized to roast a steer
$3,500,000  •  656 acres
This Southwestern Colorado ranch/retreat, situated on 656 acres offers a custom 6500 sf home, a 5 stall horse barn, a spacious 5 car garage, an outdoor riding arena and horse corral, 5 strong wells, 2 shares of Lone Cone Water, a spring and a pond. Magnificent mountain views!
$6,950,000  •  517.15 acres
BelleMonde, an amazing country retreat & farm on 517+/- acres, offers stunning, panoramic Blue Ridge Mountain views, frontage on the South River, a lake, several ponds & springs. The upscale & modern barn apartment is perfect for weekend escapes or full-time living. Open up the wall of exterior sliding doors & enjoy entertaining on the expansive patio beneath the undisturbed light of the stars. Designed for sustainable living, the farm includes established vegetable gardens, berry patches, a chicken coop & an orchard. It is livestock-ready with fenced pastures, auto-waterers, working pens & a 5-stall stable. Includes a Manger's Home. North of Charlottesville, this private retreat is 20 minutes from the airport, restaurants & shopping. Perfect for horses and livestock.
$6,900,000  •  412 acres
$6,500,000  •  303.38 acres
La Ranchita Ranch in the Huasna Valley is a 300 acre private and secluded turn-key equestrian property of the highest quality for the owner, breeder, and/or trainer that wants the very best. The property was carefully developed to protect and preserve the natural beauty of the land.
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$3,249,500  •  265 acres
265 acre Edom and Ben Wheeler Texas area Horse, Cattle & Recreation Ranch for sale features rolling coastal pastures, 6 bodies of water including 2 fishing lakes and creek. Ancient uncut hardwood timber provides excellent wildlife habitat for whitetail deer, squirrel & other small varmints with riding trails meandering through the woods. Cross fenced for livestock rotation with water in each pasture. The horse barn has 4 stalls, tack room and feed room with area shop and sits picturesquely among mature oak trees that leads to 5 paddocks. Luxurious 7922 sq. ft. home with custom amenities galore: built in cabinetry including dining & living rooms, recessed entertainment centers & more. 5 living areas, 5 bedrooms, 5 baths, 2 half baths, 2 garages 5 spaces total & 3 fireplaces. Stone columns soar to 34 foot vaulted ceiling & dramatic art niches showcase private collections. Open spaces provide easy flow for entertaining.  Gourmet kitchen supplemented by large pantry room ideal for catering prep. Master suite features over-sized bath, huge shower, double spa tub, exercise area, separate water closets, bidet, 2 walk-in closets.  Massive windows overlook pool & waterfall, rolling pastures.
$1,100,000  •  244.32 acres
244+/- rolling, mostly wooded acres two miles from C&O Canal, Potomac River and the newly completed Potomac Highlands bike trail in the Appalachian Mountains of Western Maryland (Allegany County). Stick built, brick and sided, Cape Cod style main house with 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, den, office and large laundry room, and bonus attic room located at the end of a meandering private, graveled lane. Sale also includes a 28'x42' pole building, fenced 24'x20' two stall horse barn and a second home – a single wide mobile, located a 1/2 mile before the main house with 2 bedrooms and 2 baths. Vinyl sided on a permanent foundation with additional cathedral ceiling bedroom and screened-in porch. Miles of trails for ATV, biking or horseback riding without leaving home. Ideal for development – property has 1 mile of interior graveled road with underground electric that could support up to 40 homes. Great for either private estate or recreational center, a campground, family compound, or hunt club. Abundant wildlife. Birdwatchers dream. Listing ID: 19008-41333
$15,900,000  •  240 acres
The 5 Bar 6 Ranch is an extraordinary legacy ranch for sale located in the Mill Creek drainage of Montana’s famed Paradise Valley. At the crossroads of incomparable luxury and unspoiled wilderness, the 5 Bar 6 offers sanctuary from the outside world yet is just 25 miles from downtown Livingston.
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$749,000  •  200 acres
$1,350,000
Beautiful log home on 200 acres of rolling grassland with spectacular panoramic views of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains and the City of Las Vegas sprawled below. Vaulted ceilings, wall of windows, lovely tile throughout, wood carved column, skylights, solid wood doors and open floor plan bring elegance to the spacious living room with stone fireplace, dining room, gourmet kitchen with lovely hickory cabinets and brand-new appliances, huge pantry, large sun room and office. Great for entertaining. Two guest bedrooms, two and- a-half baths, spacious master suite with jetted tub, separate shower and walk-in closet provide serene comfort. Oversized two-bay attached garage has plenty of room for even a studio space. Covered and open patios perfect to enjoy the views. There is comfort for the horses in the fully equipped 16-stall barn with plenty of feed storage and half-bath, and of course the divided pastures. Additional acreage is also available. This horse ranch is conveniently located just 3.5 miles east of town, with easy access to I-25.
$999,900  •  200 acres
Beautiful 200 acre Chisago County Beef Ranch for Sale. This property features a Gorgeous 3 bedroom, 2 bath walkout rambler that was built in 2011. This home has an open floor plan, center island in kitchen with granite counter top and pantry. Master bedroom has a full bath and walk in closet. Full walkout basement is drain tiled, set up for a bathroom and ready to be finished. Outbuildings include a 40x 60 insulated shop, 50x200 hayshed, 30x70 horse barn with 4 stalls, 42x96 pole building & L shaped 14,000 sq ft building.200 acres features 108 tillable, 9 paddocks & 8 water units around buildings. Additional 110 acres available with 100 tillable. Listing ID: 22075-93971
$3,700,000  •  196 acres
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$649,000  •  139.42 acres
$749,000
Gorgeous home on 139.42 acres w/stunning views & beautiful elevations!
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$6,900,000  •  120 acres
$10,000,000
Coyote Canyon Ranch sits on approximately 120 Unrestricted-Acres. The front of the ranch is graced with manicured fields, lighted trees, multiple ponds and countless water features and follies. The back of the property is left rugged with the topography featuring deep canyons and a large wildlife gathering pond. This unrestricted property affords endless possibilities ranging from a single private owner enjoying the full bounty to a unique income producing venue such as an Event Center. Upon entry, the Fish Hut surrounded by a charming bass & catfish pond sets the magical tone. As the road climbs up to a vista of over 200 feet, the expansive privacy of the property unfolds into a space not realized elsewhere in the Hill Country. An easy 5 minute reach to both Horseshoe Bay Resort/Jet Center and lovely Escondido Golf Club. This location lends itself to yes, a one of a kind property! Features include an 11 car separate bay garage/workshop, a 10,000 sqft building finished upstairs with knotted pine floors, ceilings, walls and beams. The main house has 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, a long veranda out front and a large 3 tiered terraced swimming pool & spa out back. The Canyon House displays notable trophies and opens out to nature and the breathtaking Hill Country. Texas native wildlife in abundance. The barn houses stables, tack room and living quarters. Numerous stand alone buildings rounding out the 33,000 sqft of ac/heat are suited for guests, play, and piles of fun. All of the buildings including the adorable chicken coop, are built of native field stone. Multiple stoned terraces & patios for pure enjoyment which include the expansive views of known constant level Lake LBJ & Lake Marble Falls and the night lights of the Hill Country towns. Spellbinding. The Texas Hill Country notorious for outdoor entertaining serves it up best from the Hilltops of Coyote Canyon Ranch.
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$1,695,000  •  106.92 acres
An attractive rural property featuring a two story main home, with adjoining covered pool. Guest home, livestock/horse barn, equipment barn, cattle working pens, great pasture for grazing and more!
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$885,000  •  106.48 acres
$995,000
REDUCED! 106.48 Acre Langford Ranch Whitehouse Texas. Coastal Hay Meadow, Grazing Pastures, Plantation Pine Timber, Ancient Large Oak, and Pecan Trees, Creek, Small Lake, fenced and cross fenced all perfectly located in East Texas. Currently being used for small Cattle and Horse Operation along with hay production. The ranch house has 3958 sq. ft., 4 large bedrooms 3.5 baths, game room, great room with large oversize fireplace, formal living room, formal dining room, breakfast room, and nice upgraded kitchen. Dual entry gates lead to the beautifully landscaped yard with massive oak trees surrounding the house creating lots of shade almost any time of the day. Includes 30 x 50 metal shop building with 12 ft. rollup doors at each end a 25 x 36 brick shop and storage building with 12 ft. rollup door and an 8 ft. equipment rollup door. Loafing sheds and round pen for horses with riding trails all around the property. The Langford ranch in East Texas offers lots of opportunity for the future owner.
$14,900,000  •  106 acres
Avalon Ranch, with 106 acres of natures beauty, is set in a world all on its own. Secluded and privately gated beyond the guard gates of Calabasas Park Estates, this immaculate private compound consists of a spectacular approx. 7,500 sf main home w/ adjoining apartment, 2-bedroom hilltop guest house, & fully equipped equestrian facility; each sited to command sweeping views of the picturesque property & the Santa Monica mountains. Amenities include: 16 stall barn with tack room; day barn with turnout; jumping arena; A one acre pasture; a ranch office, storage barn, and ranch-hand quarters. The grounds feature a clay tennis court with viewing pavilion, pool and spa, pool pavilion with fireplace, fruit orchard, majestic Oak trees, seasonal stream and direct access to riding trails. Avalon Ranch offers an incomparable canvas of nature's beauty. This is a rare offering in the heart of Calabasas