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Contact for Price  •  9,700 acres
Meyers Springs Ranch-9700 acres History is sometimes an ephemeral concept, expressed in stories and songs, but not always something we can connect with in a physical, tactile way. The Meyers Spring Ranch in Terrell County, Texas, is the exception. This plus-or-minus 9,700-acre ranch has history on display. Walking among the real historical artifacts on Meyers Spring is an experience you won't soon forget. And in addition to these unique ancient sites, the ranch offers the very best of west Texas hunting and recreation, packaged along with quality improvements and excellent ranch infrastructure. Located approximately 45minutes south of Interstate 10 the ranch is accessed at the end of an all-weather county road through a gated entry. The Meyers Springs ranch is made up of two major sections: an 7,800 acre main parcel and a 2,000 acre game pasture. A good system of well-maintained roads provides access to all corners of this ranch. This area of Texas is characterized by sweeping panoramic views, a healthy variety of native brush, and excellent habitat for a variety of native and exotic game. The ranch has been managed for trophy deer, and the wildlife includes whitetail deer, mule deer, gemsbok, turkey, quail, dove, and the occasional black bear. But the real prize of this one-of-a-kind ranch are the unbelievable historical remnants of Native American Indians that inhabited this ranch for thousands of years. They left their metaphorical footprints all over the ranch -- most prominently in the form of incredibly well-preserved pictographs found on a bluff near Meyers Spring. These paintings have been studied extensively by archaeologists and historians from around the country, and the scenes are thought to tell the stories of their time, including images of European contact. The pictographs have been protected by the overhanging bluff, keeping them bright and prominent on these walls. Since water is such a valuable resource in this area, the ranch was also home to an outpost for black Seminole soldiers in the 1870s and 1880s. Massive amounts of water pour out of the walls into a man-made reservoir that contains thousands of gallons of spring water, as well as a variety of fish. A cornerstone of the dam is etched with the year of construction -- 1901 -- constructed by Lt. John Bullis, a hero of the Civil War who eventually commanded soldiers in this area of west Texas. This site is listed in the National Register of Historic Places, and a plaque has been erected as a monument to that distinction. The canyon and spring are named for one of the soldiers that served under Lt. Bullis. The black Seminole scouts were known as the Black Watch, and they built a small fort near the spring, consisting of fifteen one-room adobe huts and two stone houses, one of which has been painstakingly restored to its original form. More modern improvements are located near the headquarters, including a high-quality manufactured home with three bedrooms and two bathrooms. This home is perched on a high point with incredible views in every direction. In addition, a large barn stores implements and ranch gear. Nearby, two more bunk houses and a game cleaning station have been constructed. For easy access to the ranch, a hangar and two airstrips are positioned so that takeoffs and landings are possible no matter the wind direction. The main runway is 3,500 feet in length, long enough to support even larger aircraft. Ranch infrastructure includes eight water wells, 13 earthen tanks, 17 hunting blinds, and remote video monitoring systems for the deer feeders. This amazing property has so much to offer that it must be seen in person to be truly appreciated. Contact Duperier Texas Land Man for more information about Meyers Spring Ranch -- one of the most historic pieces of private land in west Texas. With agreeable terms. Seller would consider owner financing.
$18,000,000  •  5,000 acres
Costa Rica - 5000± acres. Two rivers, paved access, near Liberia, Guanacaste. By air, approx. 2.5 hours from Houston, Texas. Ranching - Farming at its' best! Approximately 3,000± acres grass land, and approximately 2,000± acres jungle! Approximately 300± acres irrigated! Used to be Aloe farm. Both sides of two crystal-clear rivers with deep holes, rapids, and waterfalls! There are 5 houses on the property, a swimming pool, barn, corrals, 4 wells, and per seller, can run up to 2,000± head of cattle! Then add orange trees, lemon trees, avocado trees, grapefruit trees and lots of wildlife such as deer, pigs, lions, parrots, and monkeys!!! Wow! What a place and opportunity! Approximately 30 minutes to Liberia's new international airport!! Call Jeff Soele 210-705-4013.
$6,835,500  •  3,255 acres
Cow camp with 3255 deeded acres with 341.6 adjudicated water rights. Lost Creek, Deep Creek, Cherry Creek.
$1,250,000  •  2,523 acres
Antoine Valley Ranch is one of Washington's finest potential vineyard and orchard properties with 66 parcels totaling 2523 deeded acres, along with over 1500 acre feet of Water Rights, plus 4 homes and about 600 acres of currently irrigated land. Also over 1000 acres of excellent potential vineyard or orchard land considered some of the finest agricultural land in the Northwest with perfect weather and southern exposure for all varieties of grapes and other fruits. 1500 acre feet of senior Water Rights! The property has a 500 acre storage lake for the irrigation water.
$12,000,000  •  1,262.77 acres
Pat Shannon Farms has 130 acres of 5th leaf almonds and the remaining acreage is planted to a variety of row crops. The almond varieties include Nonpareil, Aldridge, Butte, and Padre. In addition, there are 20 acres of self-pollinating almond trees that are included in the total almond acreage.Pat Shannon Farms receives Westlands Water District (WWD) water on approximately 1,136 acres and has 2 wells on the property. An additional third well is being developed and will be included in the sale. Additional water can be purchased through the WWD supplemental water program or through private purchases. Improvements include a ranch shop and yard.Located approximately 17 miles southwest of Lemoore, California near the Kings and Fresno County line.Contact Yurosek Realty for a more detailed brochure.
$2,995,000  •  1,189 acres
Breathtaking recreational ranch with year round Cache Creek water frontage. Settled just one hour from Sacramento and less than two hours from San Francisco. The ranch is located at the north end of the Capay Valley near the town of Rumsey in the hills of western Yolo County. A quiet county road along the east side of Cache Creek takes you right to the entrance to the Ranch. This recreational paradise has numerous swimming holes and miles of private roads for ATV and horseback riding. Soil is suitable for growing of grapes, olive trees and other types of orchards. The ranch has many uses from a corporate retreat, dude ranch, a pig, deer, and turkey hunting ranch, cattle ranch, and more. Adjacent to the main home is a workshop and great room. Feed hungry vacationing guests at the diner-style kitchen.  Enjoy the solid wood bar for a frosty beverage, while enjoying the pool table, poker table, and spectacular stone fireplace. The large great room is perfect for both large and small gatherings. Next door is the guesthouse, which features a rock masonry hearth with wood stove, knotty pine walls and ceilings. The ranch includes quality outbuildings and corrals for equipment and livestock. The shop is used for housing the classic cars, tractors and equipment, and the original functioning barn complete the ranch. The ranch offers a tremendous array of outdoor sporting activities, including horseback riding, 4-wheeling, hiking, mountain biking, hunting, and fishing. Local wildlife include deer, turkey, and wild hogs. 10 miles from Cache Creek Resort Listing ID: 04030-10306
$3,750,000  •  1,100 acres
If you love the beauty of nature, the simplicity of life and the magic of the ancient world, this is a property unparalleled to any other private facility in Southwestern Colorado. Canyon of the Ancients Guest Ranch is located in the serene, quaint and water abundant McElmo Canyon, a Sedona-like setting in Montezuma County in the countryside of Cortez, Colorado with approximately 1,100 acres. This is a rare blend of three unique and charming guest houses to accommodate numerous guests and a care-taker’s residence with 60+-acres of irrigated pastures, exceptional water rights, organic gardens and abundant fruit orchards of apple, peach, plum, pear and apricot, a hoop house, chicken and sheep pens, and numerous original outbuildings that have been beautifully restored yet still keeping the ancient historical feeling of times past. The Ranch is a peaceful place to explore over 5,000 documented thousands -of-years-old archeological sites in this exquisite region. The north side of the Ranch has exceptionally beautiful rock formation that has been use for international photographer, wild-animal workshops. Recently a very interesting Anasazi village site has been discovered by the owner on the ranch, including what looks to be an ancient plaza with kiva, large boulder with collapsed structure of stones, partial wall from a tower, and an unique dam structure with remnants of pottery. A nearby rock art panel was also discovered. There are petrified wood logs and dinosaur fragments found nearby. Once owned by a legendary cowboy, Elden Zwicker, the road that leads to the Ranch has been called “Mormon Road” since early Mormons used it to migrate to Utah. The road is also nicknamed “Robber’s Path”, as Butch Cassidy is rumored to have his fortune in the Canyon.
Contact for Price  •  903 acres
Location – 3.5 miles NW of Marlin, Falls County, Texas.Acres – 903 acres MOL acres according to the FCAD and survey dated 2007.Improvements – Rustic home is approximately 1,800sq ft. built in 2005. Currently under lease through April 30, 2017 at $600.00 a month. Equipment Barn Drill stem working and holding pens Work Shop & Barn Horse Shed 1 1960’s vintage home used for storage 1 1960’s recently remodeled home and is currently leased through April 30, 2016 at $450.00 a month.Fencing - Entirely fenced with cross fencing. 80% of the fencing was installed in 2005 Approximately one mile of road frontageWater – There are 2 ponds, approximately 1.1 miles of Brazos River frontage, and 5 water wells. The property comes with access to 200 acre feet of adjudicated riparian water rights that have a superior date of 1925. This water right is the oldest and most superior water right in Falls County. Injection points are registered with the TCEQ. A copy of the adjudicated document can be found in the body of this brochure. The ground water has not been severed and comes with the sale of the property.Electricity – Navasota Valley Electric Coop services the house, water wells and main barns.Soil – There are various soil types on the property. Please refer to the USDA Soil Map located in this brochure for soil types. Flood information is available on the report as well.Easements – Brazos Valley Electric has an electric easement that follows the frontage road and the areas that branch to service areas within the ranch (house, barns, and water wells).Minerals – Owner owns approximately 28% of the minerals which all will convey to buyer.Gravel & Sand – The gravel & sand rights have not been severed and comes with the sale of the property. Preliminary investigations indicate gravel is located on the property.Air Rights – The air rights have not been severed and comes with the sale of the property.Topography – The land is mostly flat with 0 to 1% slight slopes which is excellent for cultivationCurrent Use – Privately owned and cropland is leased out with lease expiring on 9/30/16. The remainder land is used for hay and grazing for a cattle ranch operation. Recreational use is for hunting deer, hog, and fishing. Bald eagles also have a nest on the property.Ground Cover – Approximately 635 acres is in rich cultivated river bottom land. Approximately 220 acres is in Coastal Bermuda/native grasses for hay and cattle grazing. Remaining property is a Pecan tree grove and fenced off areas from the river that are reserved and used as wildlife and hunting recreational areas. 
$4,995,000  •  829 acres
Acres: 829 +/- Acres. Price: $4,995,000. Animal Units: Will run 200 mother cows and calves. Terms: Cash. Location: Hugo, OK in Choctaw County, Approximately 15 miles S.W. of Hugo. County roads on three sides. For an interactive map of the ranch go to: Comments: This highly improved Pecan Orchard/Cattle Ranch is a turn key pecan operation business and a 200-mother cow cattle ranch. Ranch has a nice 1500 sq. ft. home, 2 bedroom/1 bath, with a pool. Nice screened in back porch. Outside 300 sq. ft. storage area with half bath. Everything is in place for both pecan and cattle operations. Of the 829-acre property, 114 acres are irrigated (from Boggy River) and 715 acres are non-irrigated. Main looped system water line is in place (not stubbed out) for 4000 more trees. Irrigated Pecan trees as planted: (Approximately 3800 irrigated pecan trees) 700 Pawnee/Kanza trees planted in 2007. 1800 Pawnee/Kanza/ Oconee/Choctawtrees planted in 2008. 764 Pawnee/Caddo trees planted in 2010. 336 Pawnee trees planted in 2017. 200 Pawnee/Kanza trees planted in 2018. 850 Native pecans (organic) – non-irrigated. Pecan Equipment and Improvements: Pecan barn 120’x60’ w/electricity, lights and elevated loading dock. Covered in ground drop area w/conveyer: Pit conveyer to de-sticker 22154. De-sticker 5KH35MNB056A. Blower-trash L3710T. Eye Machine S363266146. (2) Conveyers/Elevators 1441107, 22154. Pecan sizer. (3) Dryer Trailers. 16’ elevator-belt. Rake-limb small. Rake-limb large 721862692-F. Sprayer-500 gal. Sprayer-1000 gal. Shaker-large 215865201. Shaker-Small 213868497. Harvester (8261) 826160428. Savage Row Harvester. Savage Row Vac. Pump House: 4 floats w/25hp pumps. Flex hose. Valve House – 4 constant pressure valves. Electric House: Single phase to house from well. (2) 3 phase inverters. Electric plugs, connectors to river. Irrigation pipe in orchard. 1200’ hose water reel w/gear motor. Cattle Operation: Calving barn w/calving pen. Storage barn 100’x50’. Storage container. Hydraulic squeeze chute/scale/neck bender. Priefert working tub. Priefert working alley. Elevated loading chute-cattle. Set sorting pens (6) in alley/water. (2) Overhead feed bins (25T) on slab. (3T) Feeder box-truck mount. Tractors: 2012 Case M125-4wd with loader, cab 27BE02391 4164 hrs. 2009 Case M105-4wd w/loader, cab Z8JL22091 4142 hrs. 2000 Case M100-4wd w/loader, cab JJA0091017 6967 hrs. Mid 1990 Case 5288-2wd w/24’ disc, cab 25800044004833. Mid 1990 JD 4020-2wd w/loader, open T213R175655R. 2013 Kubota 7040-2wd w/loader, open 21323. Mid 1990 New Holland bi directional-4wd w/loader-cab-shaker tractor-D487755. D8-dozer 27H3353. D3-dozer X5LJ01147. JD-Backhoe-2wd w/loader, open T04045D367606. Hay and Pasture Equipment: JD Hay Baler Round 1E00468XJBB373450. H&S Hay Rake 215367. Krone Hay Cutter 837388. Kuhn Mixer-Grinder Single Post E0169. Grain Elevator lg 192094. 15’Batwing Mower T305J194. 12’ Batwing Mower 32441. 10’ Aer Way. Bale Flaker-truck mount. Rolling Equipment: 2004 1 Ton Ford-c/c-diesel, flatbed 1FTSW31P54EC83105. 1997 ¾ Ton Ford-s/c-diesel, flatbed 3FTHF26F4VMA01634. 2008 1 Ton Ford-c, ext-gas, flatbed 1FTSW31P54EC83105. 1991 Jeep (pull feeder wagon) 2J4FX19P1MJ141768. Trailers: Flatbeds: 20’ g/n with 5’ dove-equipment/hay. 25’ g/n straight deck-equipment/hay. Stock Trailers: 20’ g/n alum stock trailer IPF-L2020-0-DAI/0299. 28’ g/n steel stock trailer 4320. Bumper pull 6’ with big ramp. ATV’s: 2015 Honda TRX420FA6-4 wheeler. 2007 Honda TRX400FA-4 wheeler. 2014 Polaris 570-RTV. Kubota 900 Camo 67310-RTV. Kubota 900 Orange 29684-RTV. Water: Boggy River runs through property. Several ponds. 4 water wells. 45” average annual rainfall. Terrain: Level to gently rolling. Fences: Excellent barbed wire fences. Grasses: Bermuda grass, native rye grass, clovers, and numerous native grasses. Game: Whitetail deer and wild hogs. When buying property, offered by Southwest Ranch & Farm Sales, the buyer’s agent, if applicable, must be identified on first contact and must be present at initial showing of the property in order to participate in real estate commission. If this condition is not met, fee participation, if any, will be at sole discretion of Southwest Ranch & Farm Sales.
$830,000  •  753 acres
The 753 + acres of Pheasant Run Farm consists of grazing ground, an upland game bird hunting preserve and fruit orchards consisting of over 250 apple and pear trees. Improvements include, a ranch house, metal shop outbuilding, numerous corrals and outbuildings, plus four wells. There is also is dryland acreage that has been planted in the past to pinto beans, soy and several other crops and the property has not been grazed in over 10 years. In addition, there is a private land tag for hunting deer and antelope. It is a diverse property, income producing and is an end-of-the-road property with views from the plains of the Rocky Mountains.
$5,300,000  •  610.91 acres
610.91 Acres with an eager seller and pre 1914 water rights!
$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.
$2,250,000  •  426 acres
Life on the Lampasas River! 426 rolling game-managed acres (since 1999) South of Hamilton with 1-1/2 miles on the river. Concrete dam and spillway. Awe-inspiring Granbury stone and cedar home on a live oak covered hilltop overlooking your own 10 acre spring-fed lake (with Florida bass & 25ft deep) and miles of countryside. Professionally designed and engineered home completed in 2010 (5/5.5) with triple-pane Pella windows and doors and encapsulated with foam insulation for maximum energy efficiency. Gorgeous scraped hickory floors with pecan cabinetry that are truly one-of-a-kind. Massive fireplace, 20-foot ceilings and an 85-inch commercial Panasonic plasma TV. Gourmet kitchen with granite counters, gas stove and double oven plus a convection oven. Large first floor living area with dining on east end; separate gameroom; wine storage room. Surround sound wired in/out. Cat 5 wiring; 430' water well; 50' helipad; 5 RV hookups & firepit. 24 acre food plot; 2 spring-fed creeks, ponds; 8 blinds; loaded with deer and turkey. Good grass for cattle. Also, a two story, 2080’+, 4 bedroom, ranch house with storm cellar, two native stone barns, working pens and 250 native grafted pecan trees. Big and little kids will enjoy floating their own stretch of river! Private and secluded…a great place to enjoy family and friends. DIRECTIONS: FROM HAMILTON - SOUTH ON 281 TO EVANT. WEST ON HWY. 84 ACROSS LAMPASAS RIVER. LEFT ON CR 533, 1ST ROAD PAST THE RIVER. DOWN CR 533 1-2 MILES. LEFT AT 3 MAILBOXES. CONTINUE EAST ON CR 555 ACROSS CATTLE GUARDS, THEN, SOUTH TO PROPERTY.
$3,900,000  •  410 acres
This well-improved farm with +/-362 acres of established water rights is nestled amongst the heart of chile, hay, onion, cotton and pecan country. The farm has seen a wide array of harvests including melons and wheat, chile, cotton, corn silage, alfalfa, winter squash, onions and more. The headquarters is surrounded by large shade trees and sits next to a beautiful duck and fishing pond. The orientation of the shop and barns is laid out very well and the buildings are in good condition.  The home is extremely classy and has experienced a complete renovation. It is a two-story ranch-style custom +/-4513 SF home with a 2-car garage. This home has beautiful custom-built cabinets, vaulted ceilings, wood accents and many built-in features. The kitchen bodes top of the line Monogram appliances, custom-built cabinets and granite counter tops. The stove is a 48" Monogram with a grill, griddle and four burners. This kitchen is an entertainer's dream! The home has two living areas, a loft, a large walk-in pantry, a hobby room and a built-in office space.  The home contains a vast range of amenities and plenty of space for entertaining guests both inside and outside. It contains beautiful wood accents such as wood beams in the vaulted ceilings.  The home is surrounded by landscaping and grass. There are patios for relaxing and enjoying the scenery of the beautiful farm from all angles. There is a very nice outdoor kitchen conveniently located to take in the view of the activities in the yard and the ducks swimming in the pond.  This fabulous property also has a +/ 1037 SF detached garage, +/-1200 SF detached gym and storage building, +/-1248 SF office, +/-3900 SF canopy structure, +/-3896 SF equipment building, +/-140 SF storage building and a +/-650 SF storage building. There is no shortage of space for storing equipment, supplies and fresh cut hay. The farm has a drip system complete with filtration system. There are five wells currently in use on the property. The farm has approximately 4.3 acres of pecan trees that create a visual barrier for the headquarters from 8th St. There are six wells on the farm, of which 5 are in use. Two of the wells are natural gas, one has gas stubbed close by. The well at the house is an electric submersible and the remainder are electric turbine. The well pumps are set at approximately 280'-380' deep.  The wells produce over 1500 gallons per minute. The filter system has sand media filters and a booster pump.  The drip system is set up on 18-acre sections and one can irrigate two sections at a time.  There are a total of 22 valves. The owner has been rotating chile throughout the farm on a four-year cycle with the other above-mentioned crops. This farm is very organized and is efficiently laid out.    Listing ID: 30062-19005
$4,995,000  •  400 acres
Awesome - Wow - Best Location!!! 400± acres literally 30 minutes to San Antonio!! Approximately 2± miles of the gorgeous, Cypress-lined, crystal clear Medina River, with one-of-a-kind limestone bluffs, deep holes, rapids and waterfalls. Then add 3 dams, fishing lakes, a river pavilion, 4BR/4BA main ranch house, guest house, bunk house, two cabins, game room, caretaker's house, barns, equipment barn, swimming pool, pool house with entertaining/cooking area, outdoor fire pit, paved ranch roads, approximately 600± Pecan trees, and great usable land and river for horses, cattle, or just wildlife!!! This one has it all! Including end-of-the-road privacy and possible future development. Truly a one-of-a-kind place for the quality minded! Call Jeff Soele 210-705-4013
$1,299,950  •  186.29 acres
Ample frontage on FM 436 (3,300 ft.), Wooded Acres Dr. (1,200 ft.), and Curry Loop (850 ft.) makes this property an attractive investment. The 1/2 mile of Leon River frontage offers unique recreational opportunities including fishing, kayaking, tubing and hunting. Easy access to the I-35 corridor.
$2,995,000  •  180 acres
180± Acres near sought after Medina, Texas and the "silk stocking" area of the Texas Hill Country! Only 1 hour to San Antonio and minutes to Kerrville or Fredericksburg!!! 3 bedroom, 2 bath main home overlooking your own private, crystal-clear, Cypress tree lined lake with literally hundreds of Cypress trees!!! THe home features a fireplace and loft. Then add both sides of TWO rock-bottom, crystal-clear, Cypress tree lined creeks, 2 dams, a swimming pool, tennis court, lighted trap/skeet range, a 4BR/2BA guest house, a guest cabin with fireplace, awesome metal barn/workshop, a hay barn, an equipment barn, paved ranch roads, electric gate entry with paved access, great bottom land with a Pecan orchard with approximately 50± trees, game fencing and plenty of exotic wildlife including Elk, Axis Deer, Blackbuck Antelope, sheep plus plenty of native Whitetail Deer, hogs and turkey, and so much more for you to imagine!!! This rare find is hard to duplicate!!! Seller will owner finance and maybe trade! Call Jeff Soele (210) 705-4013
$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.
$1,499,000  •  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!
$3,500,000  •  144 acres
This historic farm with an 1833 circa Cobblestone home, 144 acres, 15 acre vineyard, 5.5 acre cherry orchard, winery and 1,860 feet of lakefront is majestic in its location and beauty. Cobblestone Farm Winery & Vineyard, located on the west side of Cayuga Lake, is in the heart of the world renowned grape growing and wine making Finger Lakes region of New York state and has been in continuous agriculture for 120 years. The Ovid and Cazenovia silt loam soils deposited by glacial till, the slope to the lake for air drainage and the micro-climate created by the depth and relative narrow width of the lake are the attributes, unmatched anywhere in the world, that make this property world class in its grape growing capabilities. "The wines are made in the vineyards", the vineyard consists of Vinifera varieties: Riesling, Cabernet Franc & Lemberger. French hybrid: Vignoles. American grape variety: Catawba. Table wine varieties: Reliance, Lakemont, Vanessa. There are an additional 80+ tillable acres that can be cultivated to expand the vineyard and orchard. Rarely do you find 144 acres in one tract sloping to the lake. The property is on the Cayuga Wine Trail on the designated "America's Scenic Byway", New State Route 89. The property has an attractive and spacious tasting room built in 2004, a new mixing and storage barn, a 1920's German Forebay barn, two other out buildings and two docks on 1,860 feet of lake front. The Cobblestone home was built in 1833 and recently has been lovingly renovated to its period charm yet has all the amenities, with a modern kitchen, formal living room, formal entry, four bedrooms, four and one half baths, office/den, beautiful decking and a porch that overlooks the cherry orchard and Cayuga Lake. This home is scheduled to open as a Bed and Breakfast in 2013. With the sweeping manicured lawns, historic home, vineyard, cherry orchard and lake view this property would make an exquisite venue for weddings and other important events. This is a one-of-a-kind property with the potential to continue its prestige as a world class vineyard and winery, develop into a destination Bed & Breakfast or lakefront resort or enjoyed as a private estate. The possibilities are endless with this magnificent property. 31063-13035
$11,950,000  •  140 acres
Remarkable 140+ acre property in a highly sought-after equestrian area within easy driving distance of San Diego. This unique and sophisticated ranch offers country living without isolation. The ranch is located halfway between Carlsbad and Fallbrook and within easy reach of Los Angeles. Alfalfa fields, pastures, citrus & avocado groves carpet the hillsides and surround a ranch office, large machinery barn/garage facilities, two charming Spanish style 3-bedroom homes, one with a private pool, plus several 2-bedroom apartment units. Bonsall Farm offers magnificent vistas of surrounding mountains, valleys, orchards and gardens. The property has security cameras, is gated, fenced and has a complete irrigation system throughout the farm. Replete with privacy, character and country beauty, Bonsall Farm is easily accessible by car or train to urban amenities. This exceptional California ranch for sale is in magnificent condition. Contact Billy Long
$6,900,000  •  120 acres
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.
$2,100,000  •  112 acres
112 acres of level and rolling hills. Suitable for animals, orchard or vineyard development. 3000sf main residence and guest home. Backs to 6000 acre Audubon Society Ranch. Includes covered riding arena, large pole barn, shop building, 6 stall barn and numerous barns and outbuildings. In the Williamson Act and close to the vibrant town of Winters.