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$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.
$8,999,000  •  1,715 acres
You gaze up at crisp, clear, blue skies with fluffy white clouds dancing overhead. You take a deep breath of fresh air as the warm sun shines upon your face and admire the vastness of rolling hills studded with mature oak trees. Off in the distance you can see Morro Bay Rock. The natural beauty of this ranch envelops you like a cozy blanket. Santa Rita Ranch, the best of all worlds . . . nearby modern conveniences, university town, easy access to the Pacific Ocean, small town ambience, tons of recreational activities, first class California wine country, over 200 wineries, eclectic dining options, peace, quiet, openness, and seclusion. Located in San Luis Obispo County, this 1715 acre ranch has three homes, a barn, tool shed, workshop, lake, multiple wells, springs, and can run 100 head of cattle year round. Just 10 miles to the town of Templeton, 17 miles to Paso Robles, and 14 miles to the coastal town of Cambria, you can easily reach modern amenities, the ocean, or stay home to enjoy your surroundings. Highlights:• 3 homes - 2299 sq ft, 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom home - 3030 sq ft, 6 bedroom, 4 bathroom home - 1715 sq ft, 2 bedroom, 3 bathroom home • Main home overlooks the lake • 33 acre foot lake with largemouth bass, channel catfish, and bluegill • 4 working wells, up to 7 gpm, as provided by owner • Two seasonal creeks run through the property • Multiple springs • Workshop • Barn with tack room • Meat cooler • Tool Shed • 75 - 100 AU year round • White flat rock quarry • Vineyard potential • Mediterranean climate with coastal influences This property is offered by California Outdoor Properties, Todd Renfrew, and Sotheby's International Realty, Mike Gardner.
$3,900,000  •  716 acres
Standing Rock Ranch is located in the beautiful rolling oak-studded Sierra Nevada Foothills near Grass Valley and Nevada City California. During the last 60 years, the 716-acre property has had a rich ranching and equestrian history. The property with its spectacular five-bedroom home, swimming pool, and tennis court is now primarily a residence with the pasture land leased for cattle grazing. The ranch has many possibilities including livestock and equestrian activities along with planting vineyards and much more. A large 10-acre reservoir offers fishing, kayaking, paddle boarding and other water sports. Hiking, biking, and horse trails and roads abound, and the snow-capped Sierra as well as the Sutter Buttes in the Sacramento Valley can be seen from the upper ridge of the ranch.
$1,650,000  •  303 acres
North of Santa Fe, 7 miles South of "Little" Las Vegas, NM on 303 acres at the intersection of history and history in the making, you will find time preserved on Red Cloud Ranch. Centuries and millennia have left their mark on this land from the ruts of wagon wheels on the Santa Fe Trail, to arrowheads and ancient Indian camps, to the topographical serenity and mystical magic of buffs, cliffs, and thousands of acres that will remain a natural gift for the future. Red Cloud embraces a world within our busy world. Nature is your neighbor. The land is comprised of 3 parcels (223 acres, 40 acres, 40 acres). Each parcel has a well and each is protected by a conservation easement, but each parcel has an unburdened area for building, etc. The 223 acres has a 30 acre building envelope, each of the 40 acres has 3 acre building envelopes. There are 3 entry points to the ranch. All power and phone lines are underground. The main parcel has a metal barn workshop (120' x 60') with 6" concrete floor, lights, phone, alarm water heater, bathroom, electric 120/240, and 40' of flooring with heat coils, compressed air throughout. The single story residence is simply perfect, 2300 SF+/- of delightful Northern New Mexico style, saltillo floors, radiant heat, 3 bedrooms, split floor plan, and 2.5 baths. Ceiling soar and sunshine pours through double pane windows and French doors. The living room enjoys a beautiful kiva fireplace, high ceilings, impressive beams, and French doors leading out to the Western portal. Heated solar/gas swimming pool, and forever views of Tecolote Mesa, the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, Hermits' Peak, and the neighboring Tecolote Ranch with its protected 10,000 acres. Sunsets will always be yours. The living, dining rooms, and kitchen are in the center of the home having sunny personalities. The master suite is quite unique and private with antique wooden doors, two office or hobby rooms, private portal, spacious bath with soaking tub, large shower, and walk-in closet. The kitchen has charming tiles, granite island, huge pantry, laundry room, and a signature door leading to the attached oversize 2 car garage. Red Cloud Ranch mixes practicality, wonder, history, nature, wildlife, design, lifestyle, and serenity into a real life story that can be yours to author.
$1,193,050  •  222.66 acres
Remarkably scenic, ready to go hunting/recreational ranch located in the Llano Uplift region of the Texas Hill Country. The land is all character featuring a unique combo of exciting hilltop terrain, productive soils, huge oak timber, sprawling granite rocks, diverse supply of water and fine improvements. Large irrigated pond stocked with fish (catfish, bass, bluegill), 2 stock ponds, 2 equipped wells, windmill well and 2 seep springs feeding the creek draws running between the hills. Custom built 2/1 cabin with central H&A, full kitchen, living area, and 8 built-in, full size bunks that can sleep up to 16. Electric on property. Excellent country for hunting Whitetail Deer, Rio Grande Turkey, Wild Hogs, Dove, etc. with many vantage points and natural cover. Further improvements include metal equipment shed with electric on slab foundation, plumbed cleaning station, walk-in freezer slab and 2 RV hookups. Low fence perimeter and cross fenced with interior fencing around several traps of improved pasture and fields (Bermuda, Wilman Lovegrass) great for seeding food plots. Location/Access: 3 Hills Ranch sits just a half a mile off pavement along county road in the area of Mason County known to locals as Fly Gap. This area is literally a gap or pass between two large granite hill formations and opens into a small valley which comprises the front and east portions of the ranch. Approx. 16 miles from the charming small town of Mason, the ranch has a primary route via Highway 29 E and Ranch Rd. 1900 and a scenic route along FM 386 to Ranch Rd. 2618- both within 20 minutes of town. Less than 2 hours from Austin or San Antonio, 4 hours from DFW and 4.5 hours from Houston.
$1,400,000  •  177 acres
This 177± acre irrigated farm is conveniently located less than 1 mile west of Pea Green Corner. Located on the extremely fertile California Mesa, this property features an abundant 173.2 shares of UVWUA irrigation water, making this some of the most highly productive farm ground in the area.
$6,500,000  •  171.65 acres
If you want to know more about this ranch, you’ll want to start by turning to the history pages of Temecula’s origins. This parcel was originally part of the Rancho Pauba, one of the four Mexican land grants purchased by Walter Vail in 1904. The Vail family retained the Pauba until 2006 when a long-time family friend became the current steward on this beautiful ranch. The 172-acre Pauba Ranch is in Southern California’s Temecula Wine Country. The property is a blend of cattle ranching days gone by and the vineyards of Temecula’s booming economy today. Under the Williamson Act, this property enjoys a low tax base. Situated at the southeastern most portion of the original 86,000-acre Vail Ranch, the Pauba is blessed with four active springs which continue to produce a steady flow of pure drinking water to this day. The 5br/4ba 3200sf custom home is nestled among massive sycamores, cottonwoods and 300-year-old oaks which are just a few of the features of this very private wine country jewel.
$845,000  •  162.9 acres
Stunning views from this home on 163 acres of farm land in the John Day River Valley with excellent water rights.
$1,895,000  •  160 acres
Set in the coastal mountain hamlet of Comptche, the Comptche Ridge Vineyard epitomizes the best of Mendocino County - redwood and fern strewn valleys, rolling vineyards highlands, breathtaking views, secluded yet accessible and all located in temperate year round climate. Originally homesteaded in the late 1800s by Finnish immigrants seeking sunlit meadows and ridge tops to plant their orchards and graze their livestock, the ranch provided the sustainable backdrop for generations of Johnsons. Besides what they farmed, the ranch provided a rich bounty of resources: steelhead & coho salmon in the year round creeks, deer, bear and other game in the surrounding woods and redwood and hardwood species to both build and burn. In 1996, the Weir brothers, John and Mark, seeking a refuge to raise their Family away from the bright lights and chaos of the Bay Area, bought two adjacent ranch parcels with John’s ranch being 160 acres Comptche Ridge Vineyard. Only remnants were left of the original homestead and almost all had to be constructed from scratch. The brothers aimed to create structures harmonious with their surroundings resulting in residences, studios, barns and other outbuildings feeling more like and integral part of the environment they occupy. Redwood and open beam construction bring the depth of outside into the buildings to give an ample sense of space, while partially covered deck with big mountain vistas allows one to soak in the ambience of nature itself. Pathways lead you between the main residence, yoga studio, office and guest house while rolling vineyards invite you to stroll their maze of rows. Leaving the mountain enclave behind, the internal road systems winds you down through redwood and fir forests to the convergence of Johnson Creek, Sheep Creek and John Smith Creek. Trails shoot off from the main road offering endless possibilities for the more adventure oriented on 160 acres nature preserve - backing up against Mendocino Redwood Company’s 100,000+ acres of private land further assures this property will continue to be a wildlife sanctuary unburdened by development. The John realizing he had something special, next sought to make the land produce. Seeing the success of Pinot Noir in Anderson Valley, he thought the ranch could do all of that plus some and went about preparing the ridge tops for planting. Using four proven clones - Swan, 115, 828 & 667 and planting close spacing the first acre and half of Pinot Noir was planted in 2000 (8 X 4 panting for approx. 1000 vines) and then an additional 2 1/2 acres were planted in 2006 (6 X 4 planting fro approx. 4500 vines). A relationship was struck somewhere in this period between winemakers Anthony Filiberti, Webster Marquez and David Low of Anthill Farms and the John Weir. There was a common recognition amongst the parties that what was being produced here was notably distinct and superb in quality and taste from other nearby regions. There efforts into turning the fruit into something has paid off dearly. Today there is a waiting list for the wine. Besides the commercial vineyard, Comptche Ridge Vineyard is also zoned TPZ (timber preserve zone) benefiting the owner by reducing the property tax liability. There currently is an NTMP (Non-Industrial Timber Management Plan) on the ranch allowing for long term management of the redwood and Douglas fir timber stands which in turn allows for sustainable timber harvesting or allows for a basis to establish carbon credit bank. Property Highlights: • Main House, 1404 sq. ft. - Outside deck 1742 sq. ft., Yoga Cabin, 256 sq.ft. - Outside deck 160 sq. ft., Office, 775 sq. ft.. - Outside deck 230 sq. ft., Caretakers Cabin, 775 sq. ft., Garage/Solar, 429 sq. ft., 3 Sleeping Cabins, 220 sq. ft. each the same, Outside decks 84 sq. ft. each. Ag Barn, 1380 sq. ft., Green house, 2040 sq. ft. • 4 acres of Pi • not Noir Vineyard on four proven clones - Swan, 115, 828 & 667 spaced tight resulting in approx. 6500 vines of premium grapes. • Water: 2 wells, one of over 100 gallons per minute and another of one of 20 gallons per minute. Two holding tanks totaling 7500 gallons. One domestic use pond of apex. 750,000 gallons. • Extensive Off-Grid system with solar panels and battery storage and back up generator. • Designated TPZ zoning for lower property taxes • NTMP in place allowing for long term management of the redwood and Douglas fir timber stands which in turn allows for sustainable timber harvesting or allows for a basis to establish carbon credit bank
$1,499,000  •  156 acres
Perfect for raising your family with a focus on outdoor living. From the large garden to the fruit and nut trees to the chicken yard to the rolling hills and draws perfect for wildlife there is something for everyone! This home is designed to be enjoyed and lived in!
$3,300,000  •  150 acres
Own an entire appellation – America’s Smallest Appellation and all under one single ownership. Cole Ranch Appellation produces unique wine from the curious microclimate and high elevation. Great wine is mysterious and unpredictable. One can understand a lot about it, yet it can evolve and become more complex with time. How does wine express a sense of place, subject to minute differences in terroir? If you have ever romanticized about owning a vineyard, this offering is for you. The 150 acre Cole Ranch Appellation has 55 acres planted in Pinot Noir, Merlot, Riesling, and Cabernet Sauvignon vines and is located in Mendocino County. Just 20 minutes from Hopland, one hour to Santa Rosa, and 2 hours to San Francisco, this property is ideally located and provides the right level of privacy with access to major metropolitan areas. Property Highights • Once in a lifetime opportunity to purchase an entire appellation • Fantastic building site on knoll overlooking vineyards • Vineyard manager home on property • 55 acres of vineyard planted o 10.2 acres of Pinot Noir o 7 acres of Merlot o 11.5 acres of Riesling o 26.5 acres of Cabernet Sauvignon • Approximately 130 tons of grapes sold to nearby wineries • Abundance of water o Natural spring water o 20 GPM well, as provided by the owner o Water rights to adjacent reservoir • Private septic system • Overhead electric • Propane available in the area
$1,500,000  •  149 acres
Beautiful farm with Umpqua River frontage and irrigation rights. Highly productive sandy loam soils. Established homestead. Excellent property for many permanent crops such as hazelnuts, kiwi, blueberries, hops and similar high value assets.
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$2,482,000  •  146 acres
$2,628,000
One of the most diverse properties in northern Travis County, HR Ranch is a hunter, equestrian, or investor's dream. A turnkey weekend retreat or a full time homestead in the future, the HR Ranch is a rare opportunity to own a unique piece of the Texas Hill Country.
$1,599,000  •  134.35 acres
One of a kind property know as The Island farm. Totaling 176.480 Beautiful Acres fronting on Cedar Creek. Mostly open Farmland currently planted in corn, wheat, mixed Alfalfa and Orchard grass. Large Machine Shed. Great Views!!! APPOINTMENT ONLY WITH LISTING AGENT NO DRIVE BYS
$2,950,000  •  132 acres
Montrose Valley Ranch is a 132± acre ranch located perfectly against the southeastern city limits of Montrose. Stunning views of the San Juan Mountains, flowing water in Cedar Creek and rolling hills lined with Cottonwood trees make this property the perfect Gentleman’s ranch.
Contact for Price  •  120 acres
Great, productive ground on the mesa in Olathe. The property offers 115.7 shares of UVWUA water and a quaint 1920's farm house. A must see!
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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.
$1,375,000  •  95 acres
Walnut Hollow is 95+ acre diamond in the rough located in West Point, Calaveras County. This property is an idyllic hobby farm, family compound, or recreational property that has been very well developed and maintained over the years by the same family since the 1970s. As you drive along Stanley Road, you will see the neat rows of Franquette, Hartley, and Chandler walnut trees that make up the orchard. Enter through the wrought-iron gates, and you will feel instantly at home in your own Sierra Foothills estate. The main 2,150 square foot ranch house was completely remodeled in 2010, and boasts of a gourmet kitchen, granite countertops, stainless appliances, an open floorplan, and beautiful walnut hardwood floors in the main common areas. Sitting on the front porch, you will likely see the local wildlife that include deer, black bear, bobcat, racoons, foxes, wild turkey, quail and dove. The historic 2,700 square foot guest house is a perfect set up for a family compound, or a generous guest house for your out of town visitors. The 2.5 surface-acre pond makes an inviting spot to have a picnic, and it has the potential to be stocked with bass for your own private fishing spot. The other outbuildings include sheds, a pole barn, a large metal 40' x 60' storage building that houses the owner's harvest equipment, and the property has a contract with Diamond Nut for the annual walnut harvest. PROPERTY HIGHLIGHTS: - 95+ Acre Ranch - 70 Acre Walnut Orchard planted in Franquette, Hartley, and Chandler Varieties - 2,150 Square Foot Main Ranch House with Covered Front Porch - Gourmet kitchen with Granite Countertops, Stainless Appliances, Walnut hardwood floors - 2,700 Square Foot Historic Guest House - 40' x 60' Metal Barn Building housing Harvest Equipment - 2.5 Surface Acre Pond - 40 Acre Timber Section - Wildlife includes Deer, Black Bear, Cougar, Bobcat, Fox, Racoon, Wild Turkey, Dove and Quail
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Contact for Price  •  87 acres
Tranzon Driggers is proud to offer this iconic 86.87± acre Ocala horse farm in southern Marion County, Florida. The farm offers superior access to the events, activities, and trail systems on the sprawling 500± acre, state owned, Florida Horse Park immediately adjacent to the property. Access from Interstate 75 at Exit 341 is within 5 miles of the front gate. Situated midway between downtown Ocala and The Villages, the farm’s ideal location provides easy access to the area’s finest dining, entertainment, museums, and medical facilities. Residential improvements include a 9,856± square foot, luxurious main house, a three bedroom, two bathroom custom built guest house and five manufactured “cottages” for guests or staff. The main house features six bedrooms, all with private bathrooms plus a two bedroom, two bathroom guest apartment complete with a kitchenette and living area. Behind the main house is a “theme park” style pool complete with bridges, ladders, slides, caves, waterfalls and all kinds of fun stuff. Further west is a small scale train to take your guests on a tour of the “back 40” where they’ll encounter an assortment of “dangerous” surprises. This is a working farm, suitable for a wide variety of equine disciplines. The 125’± x 250’± covered arena is perfect for dressage, jumping, etc. Lighting extends the functional hours and sprinklers make the footing just right. Two steel frame, shed-row style barns with 36± stalls are immediately adjacent to the covered arena. An additional lighted outdoor arena and round pens complete the perfect sport-horse package. A polo field along the northern boundary of the property is served by a 35± stall wood frame, center aisle barn. The property was recently foreclosed and is now bank-owned presenting the perfect opportunity to buy it at your price. Please download the Property Information Package to see a complete list and details of all the improvements you’ll find on this magnificent property. Selling in an Online Auction Bidding Opens: May 6 @ 9am ET Bidding Closes: May 15 @ 1pm ET Preview the Property: May 4 @ 10am ET May 8 @ 10am ET Tranzon Driggers, Jon K. Barber, Lic. Real Estate Broker, FL Lic# AU4586 & AB3145 | 7% Buyer's Premium Tranzon Driggers Justin McQuary, AARE, AMM 877-374-4437 jmcquary@tranzon.com
$850,000  •  80 acres
People have been drawn to the Galisteo basin for thousands of years for agriculture, grazing, and unique beauty, and a peaceful lifestyle. The Galisteo community continues today with hiking in the Galisteo Basin Preserve, local equestrian facilities with miles of trails, wellness centers, artists studios and galleries, great natural privacy and inspiration. There is good flat pasture for grazing, with well and water rights. Set in the back portion of the land are beautiful building sites with a magic vista of mountains.The boundaries include a ridge that gently slopes down to flat pasture. The land offers big sky and long vistas. Bring your horses, bring yourselves, bring your home business, bring your quiet enjoyment of everyday life close to Santa Fe. Write your page in Galisteo's long history.
$2,950,000  •  64.98 acres
Over 6,000 years ago, horses changed the course of history. Second only to the domestication of dogs, man’s other best friend made history, literally helping man conquer the world. Something special happened when the horse became domesticated, signaling a major innovation in transport and communication. Once the speed and power of the horse were harnessed, the world was transformed. Divergent peoples were united, distant travel became viable, and cultures and languages raced around the known world. Over the years our dependency on the horse has vanished. Today the horse is mostly ridden for sport or recreation. Humans and horses have had a relationship for millennia, and horses perhaps understand humans in ways we don’t even know. Recent scientific studies regarding equine-assisted activities and therapies suggest several ways horses are beneficial to the mental and physical wellbeing of humans, such as autism, sensory integration disorders, language development and trauma recovery in children. Our love for this majestic animal is manifested in the care provided, and farms worldwide give testimony to our lasting relationship with horses. One such farm is located in the scenic South Carolina Piedmont countryside just outside Clover, SC. Part of the Charlotte Metropolitan Area, Clover is small town, beautiful countryside, just minutes away from urban amenities. It is a short drive to Lake Wylie, approximately 40 minutes to downtown Charlotte, a half-hour trip to Charlotte Douglas International Airport (the 7th business airport worldwide), a short drive to I-85 with easy access to I-77 & I-40, and less than 90 minutes to the Tryon International Equestrian Center. The nearly 65-acre equestrian estate at 680 North Kingsburry Road was designed and built to fully appreciate, breed and/or train horses. With an eye to the serene setting, the equestrian center was built to complement the surrounding land. Pass through the gated entrance, down the long private drive and 3 large board fenced pastures to a barn worthy of triple crown winners. The 7,600 sf stone and metal Morton barn, built 2015 is both stylish and functional. Cupolas, dormers, covered walkways front and rear and a gable canopy entrance greet you. Sliding end doors, large windows, and side sliding doors provide light and cross breezes. Inside, a 20’ wide center aisle framed with large beams and a 23’ high cathedral, pine tongue & groove ceiling speak to the quality of the barn. Housed in 12 (14’ x14’) stalls with automatic waterers, mats, fans and Dutch doors open to the outside overhangs, horses are both safe and comfortable. The wash- stall has hot & cold water, drain, mats and heat
$3,390,000  •  53.4 acres
An equestrian estate marked by elegance and charm with exceptional facilities, manicured grounds and a Frank Lloyd Wright inspired home. Located in the scenic Uwharrie Mountains, a mile from Badin Lake and Old North State Club & community, this estate offers all you need for a dream lifestyle. Situated on 53+ acres it includes a 7,345 sf main house with pool, gardens & pavilion, two 3-car garages, English garden with temperature controlled green house. An elegant yet practical farm; includes two show quality barns with 12 total stalls, indoor arena, and several accessory buildings for equipment and supplies. Six rolling pastures with board fencing and 3 ponds provide vistas from all parts of the estate. The estate also has a 2,114 sf guest home. True to Frank Lloyd Wright, the Main House is a tribute to nature and indoor/outdoor living, with special features such as steel beam construction including cantilevered overhangs, atrium and fully finished lower level. An expansive European influenced entertainment venue; remodeled in 2014, the lower level includes a Pedini designed kitchen, wine cellar, exercise room and state-of-the-art theater room with 116” screen. Superlatives like “custom” and “high quality” fail to adequately describe the home, its design, workmanship and efficiency. This home and estate is distinctive, inimitable; a rare find. MEADOWSWEET FARM 53.39 Acre Equestrian Estate with Amenities and Second Home (MLS 3400461) [PID# 6663-09-16-7965 & PID# 6663-05-17-7630] *Also offered with 42.71 acres and the main residence (MLS 3408129) [PID# 6663-09-16-7965 less 10.68 acres & PID# 6663-05-17-7630] Estate Home: 7,345 sf w/Full Size, Finished Lower Level Two-3 Car Garages: One w/Storage Room, Workshop & Dog Kennel Pool & Pavilion English Garden & Green House Morton Equipment/Storage Building 7-Stall Barn w/2nd Floor Studio & Storage Morton Indoor Arena w/5 Stalls (“Barena”) Morton Pull Through Service/RV Building w/3 Garage Doors Large Equipment Carport Aviary/Chicken Coop 3 Ponds & Orchard 6 Pastures w/Board Fencing Second Home: 2,411 sf w/3 Bedrooms; Built 2014
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$3,200,000  •  51.86 acres
$3,690,000
STUNNING estate nestled on 50+ unrestricted-fenced acres w/private 3acre lake < 1hr to Houston. Gated & elegantly manicured private drive to wooded hike-ride trails, amenity loaded lakefront cantina w/kitchen, 2 carport/boat/rv storage areas & 2100ft 3bd/2ba guesthouse + 7075ft custom main home.
$700,000  •  45.25 acres
Many search for a private country setting with land and yet close to all the amenities. Many search for a small town, and all that implies, yet easy access to major travel routes and transportation hubs. Many wish for land for animals, garden, hobbies and yet do not want to be enslaved by that property. A chance to enjoy the earth without “checking-out”, a chance to experience a small-town atmosphere while remaining connected to the larger world. Such places are rare, and even rarer are they affordably priced. Shelby, North Carolina matches its logo, “City of Pleasant Living”, and is surely a self-contained small town with easy access to the larger world. In this well-located, small town with a strong history and a promising future, such a home exists. 1300 Zion Church Road meets those dreams, located in the country, on the outskirts of Shelby with land enough to meet your dreams (and more available if you dream large). The charming brick ranch with metal roof sits comfortably in the shade of large oaks; 3,188 square feet, 3 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms including a large finished basement ideal for kids, entertainment, “man-cave”, or another residence for extended family. The home originally built in 1957 has undergone significant renovation and offers numerous upgrades. The main level includes a master suite, large open kitchen w/breakfast bar and adjoining living room with fireplace, den with another fireplace, dining room and a guest room/full bath. An oversized 2-car back-loading garage is accessed off the kitchen and a walled patio is position off the breakfast area. This open, airy main level is clearly the primary living space. The finished basement has lots of flex space, to include a full bathroom, and space for bedroom and entertainment areas. A wood-burning fireplace insert adds ambiance; this lower level has its own HVAC unit. The finished space also includes an unheated hobby room and storage space. Outside, a large concrete circular drive provides easy access to the garage. Adjacent there is a dog run and a large shop/barn. The 40’ 4” x 30’ 4” shop also has a 12’ wide covered porch and includes 2 rooms and a large bay w/loft and double garage doors. A large carport (35’ 3’ x 12’) is positioned next to the shop and is ideal for RV and/or other equipment storage. This rare property gives a nod to the past and includes a lavender garden, an Old World flowering plant that has gained much popularity in the new age. Also, found on the property is an old historic farmhouse. So much opportunity to make this property your own, so much possibility; the best of all possible worlds. So much opportunity to make this property your own, so much possibility; the best of all possible worlds. 1300 W. Zion Church Road, Shelby, NC 28150.