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$72,000,000  •  50,500 acres
The iconic N3 Cattle Company is on the market for the first time in 85 years. This beautiful and expansive California property spans 50,500 acres through four counties, making it the largest land offering in the State of California. Located just south of Livermore, and east of Oakland and San Jose, it is easily accessed from San Francisco, the Peninsula and the East Bay. The Ranch is completely private and uniquely preserved, healthy and wild as it has been for hundreds of years. It is a vital and rare haven of original California landscape and wildlife. The property encompasses 80 square miles of diverse terrains, flora, fauna, and important watersheds and creeks. N3 has been a working cattle ranch for 85 years and offers a rare look at a way of life quickly disappearing. Sprinkled with a dozen rustic cabins, the ranch also hosts one of the most famous, sustainable hunting operations in the state. Its owners are fourth-generation ranchers and are respected members of the ranching community. The ranch is enrolled in the Williamson Act and has no conservation easements.
$5,900,000  •  8,180.33 acres
The opportunity to immerse yourself into some of the most beautiful country in Northern California beckons you from the grind of the business of living. Rich with water, natural beauty, interesting topography, privacy, and recreational activities is Green Valley Ranch. This stunning property encompasses almost 13 square miles of land between Stonyford and Elk Creek. Don your Stetson, mount your horse, and spend the day tending to your herd. In addition to the complete ranch headquarters are 7 year round ponds, 3000 foot frontage on Briscoe Creek, and two wells. Hunters will relish in black tail deer, Tule elk, bear, wild hogs, turkey, quail; while anglers must decide which variety of fish to catch from: largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, catfish, crappie, and bluegill. Tired of the demands imposed from modern society? This property is the antidote to the stress, hustle, and bustle. Come home to this ranch, take a hike, smell the fresh air, watch the sunset, and settle comfortably into the more relaxed lifestyle. This offering includes over 6 miles of Green Valley. This is a visually spectacular, breath-taking valley protected on the east by a weathered, ancient cliff formation, Gravelly Ridge, and then disappears seamlessly into the Mendocino National Forest on the west side. About one half mile of Briscoe Creek meanders through the northern portion of the ranch. The southern portion provides access to the ranch via County Road 306. PROPERTY HIGHLIGHTS: 7 year round ponds 3000 ft frontage on Briscoe Creek on the northern end of the property Runs 200 pair for the season, 100 pair year round Fenced and crossed fenced Ranch headquarters 1500 sq ft, 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom home Barn Shop Corrals Modular home Guest cottage Recreational paradise Blacktail deer, tule elk, bear, wild hogs, turkey, quail Largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, catfish, crappie, bluegill Hiking, ATV’ing, biking, horseback riding Varied topography Picturesque 4017.66 acres in Williamson Act Almost 13 square miles of ranch
$3,095,000  •  2,369.95 acres
Eagle Canyon Ranch is a slice of Rocky Mountain paradise hidden in plain sight. Although only 1.5 hours from the Front Range metropolis of Colorado Springs and 3 hours from Denver, Eagle Canyon Ranch is shielded from the urban bustle by the Wet Mountain Range to the east and the legendary Sangre de Cristo Range to the west. As a result, Eagle Canyon remains an unspoiled place of respite and refuge where the rugged West still reigns. Eagle Canyon Ranch is a well-blocked parcel encompassing 2,369± acres at an elevation of about 8,000 feet, about 10 miles northeast of the “twin cities” of Westcliffe and Silver Cliff. One of the largest remaining parcels in Custer County, Eagle Canyon Ranch brims with scenic beauty created by an ever-changing combination of granite outcroppings, small meadows, and forests of pinion pine, juniper and spruce, and fir. Mountain views abound, of both the Sangre de Cristos, reaching far above treeline at over 14,000 feet, and the nearer forested peaks of the Wet Mountains. Presently undeveloped, the ranch is perfectly situated for a variety of recreational activities. Healthy mule deer and elk herds roam through the ranch itself and on the bordering BLM land, including the Upper Grape Creek Wilderness Area. As a draw only unit for both deer and elk, Unit 69 holds many trophies of both species. Mountain lions and black bear are also found in the area. Grape Creek flows just west of the ranch, and miles of public fishing for 10- to 14-inch brown trout and rainbow are available on this “sleeper stream” by only a short 4WD trip from the ranch. Lake anglers will appreciate the waters of Deweese Reservoir, only a few miles upstream, with its combination of trout, smallmouth bass, and huge tiger muskies. Eagle Canyon Ranch can also serve as a headquarters for mountain biking and horseback riding, both on and off the ranch property, OHVing, and even rock climbing on scores of granite outcrops on the property. Mountaineers will find plenty of summits in the Sangre de Cristos, including the famed Fourteeners of Crestone Peak, Crestone Needle, and Humboldt Peak, just a few miles away. Photographers will discover endless photo opportunities every season of the year, and the area’s dark skies are internationally recognized as some of the best in the world for astronomical observations. Visionary owners will delight in several amazing building sites on the ranch, each with remarkable views and precious privacy. Although no power is on the ranch, it is nearby. The property could also be a showcase for off-grid living. The potential for an environmentally friendly lodge or retreat at Eagle Canyon is outstanding. Currently, within a grazing lease, Eagle Canyon Ranch also supports cattle on a seasonal basis and provides some income. The small twin communities of Westcliffe (Custer County seat) and Silver Cliff are only about ten miles away and are accessible by county road year-round. These towns offer groceries, gas, schools, airstrip, and a medical center. The larger community of Canon City is only slightly farther to the north, and Pueblo is less than an hour to the east. At Eagle Canyon, you’ll be both “away from it all” and “close to it all.” Within the rapidly growing Front Range corridor, large ranches like Eagle Canyon are increasingly uncommon. We at M4 Ranch Group believe that those with a vision for working with what the land already offers will find much to appreciate here. Whether it is a dream home, a lodge, or simply “keeping it as it is,” we’d love to introduce you to this slice of Rocky Mountain paradise hidden in plain sight.
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$30,447,000  •  1,791 acres
Located 10 miles southwest of Kerrville on 1,791 acres, the Super A Ranch offers the opportunity for large-scale ranch recreation with all of the convenience of life in close proximity to one of Texas most highly prized towns. The landscape combines spectacular hills with open pastureland for the pastoral mix that characterizes the Hill Country. Super A Ranch is the largest live water ranch for sale in Kerr County. Indian artifacts are common finds as the people hike the ranch’s many trails and explore its nooks and crannies proving that the abundant live water has drawn humans to the ranch throughout history. The Super A is a special place with a special story. It was carved from the original Lacy Ranch, known for unique flora such as the Lacy Oak and as the birthplace of the Blue Lacy, the Texas state dog. Each owner has added a new chapter, contributing to its unique character and story that continues to unfold. Hidden among the pecan and walnut groves are park-like clearings that the current owners have claimed as picnic areas, keeping them manicured and particularly beautiful. While the surface water is plentiful, there are also two working windmills that could be used to provide additional water for the bountiful wildlife. Multiple springs bubble from the ground flowing into streams that eventually feed into Turtle Creek, which has a natural waterfall. Its banks are dotted with cypress trees. The springs also fill several impoundments, the largest of which is a lake of about five acres. It is stocked with bass and provides top-notch fishing opportunities for both casual and serious anglers. The abundant surface water offers opportunities for swimming and paddling. The ranch’s armada includes an aluminum boat, a paddle boat and a pontoon boat that will transfer with the sale. The main house featuring three bedrooms and three-and-a-half baths with extensive, rich cherrywood decking providing a natural gathering spot for family and friends. The state-of-the-art outdoor kitchen makes sunrise breakfasts and sunset dinners easy. The spring-fed swimming pool and waterfall, known as The Grotto, is a destination for splashing, sunning and making memories. The spring feeding The Grotto also supplies a small lake visible from the master bedroom, once again melding the outdoors and indoors. An outdoor fireplace and large fire pit round add a welcoming glow year-round. In addition, there is three-bedroom/two-bath guest house with a large dining room and great room. From the spacious back porch of the guest house, family and friends can watch wildlife graze on the nearby hills. The main house and the guest house each have a well with a submersible pump to supply water. For more fun, there is a large game room with a pool table, Air Hockey, foosball table and more. It includes a bedroom and kitchen to accommodate additional guests. The high-fenced ranch is home to white-tailed deer that have been improved through harvest selection and introduced genetics as well as turkeys, elk, fallow deer (white, chocolate and spotted), axis deer, sika deer, blackbuck antelope, and aoudad sheep. Opportunities abound for wildlife watching and hunting. The wildlife infrastructure includes eight deer blinds, eight corn feeders, and six protein feeders, which will convey with the sale, and a processing shed with both a walk-in cooler and walk-in freezer. There are also two equipment barns (40x130 and 25x100), a horse barn with stalls and livestock pens, making the transition to a livestock operation easy. Good ranch roads, most of which are caliche, provide access throughout the ranch.
$8,999,000  •  1,715 acres
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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.
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$4,850,000  •  1,276 acres
$5,000,000
Spectacular high fenced, gamed managed ranch in the gentel rolling hills of NW Real County. Fly in using your own private paved airstrip or it's an easy drive from almost anwwhere in the state. Turn-key property with high end improvements. Regulary produces WT bucks over 200 in.
$16,500,000  •  1,217.5 acres
Don't miss the opportunity to acquire one of the most expansive tracts in Illinois. Approximately 2.5 hours from Chicago, the property comprises a 34-acre lake, an FAA-approved, 2,600-foot grass runway, excellent fishing and hunting and a luxury mail residence with enough space for family, friends and guests of all kinds. This is the perfect recreational getaway or full-time home! For more information or to schedule a tour, please contact Billy Long.
$2,172,200  •  1,195 acres
A combination of three adjacent ranch listings that provides a host of desirable features including river access, lakes, beautiful creeks, elevation changes and mature oak forest.
$6,900,000  •  1,120 acres
Under Contract
The cool mountain breeze and the crisp smell of pine trees, welcome you as you meander your way up to the beautifully landscaped entry of the Spring Valley Ranch. Situated in Plumas County, lies this 1,120 acre Sierra Nevada gem. Between the towering pine, sage, and juniper trees sits your 5,252 square foot home. With the views of mountain peaks, rolling hills, lush gardens, beautiful lawns, and multiple ponds, this two story home brings you the peaceful serenity of nature. A complete outdoor kitchen for the pool and spa, a two story guest cottage, & recreational hall with sleeping loft and kitchen all give the new owners plenty of entertaining opportunities. For the recreational enthusiast, enjoy spending your days out by the bass filled lake fishing for tonights dinner or practicing your target shot at the shooting range. The numerous springs and 3 year round ponds creates an optimum habitat for deer and bear. The ranch is also on a 7XA deer hunting location. In addition there is a 4,342 square foot barn with tack room, a 5 stall sheep barn complete with hay storage, an indoor/outdoor chicken coop with lights, ranch office and shops. The ranch is fenced and crossed fenced for cattle and horses. There is 846 acres of grazing pasture for cattle; 75 pair. The Spring Valley Ranch has left no detail out in creating the most pristine and well kept ranch there is, not to mention in a location like no other.
$1,469,065  •  1,088 acres
The Bear Springs Coulee Ranch is located is 25 miles northeast of Denton.  Access is by 9 miles paved road and then 16 miles county gravel. Bear Springs Bench is an area roughly 16,000 acres between the Judith River and Wolf Creek. The gain in elevation from Wolf Creek to Bear Springs Bench is over 700 feet. The Bench has some of the richest soils in the state. The ranch has been owned by the same family since the 1950’s.  Owners have leased the Ranch to the Knox Family who are noted operators in the Denton Area producing some of the finest wheat and barley crops around and treating the land for decades as if it were their own.  The pastures are utilized sparingly in the late summer/early fall months.
$4,304,040  •  1,076 acres
The Ramsey River Ranch is a true ranchers and sportsman’s paradise. Being 1076+/- acres, with 1.4+/- miles of Colorado River frontage plus a large oxbow lake, offer year-round recreational opportunities. The land rolls along the river with big hardwoods and amazing views of the Colorado and also has big acreage with improved pastures for cattle, farming, or hunting. Other areas of the ranch have been left natural to provide shelter, cover and sanctuary for the wildlife. This property is a wonderful mix of grasslands and huge oaks. Traversing the ranch is easy with an oil field road as the main access to the home site and barn areas. The riparian woodlands have good clear pathways all along the river and the perimeter fencing. Internally there is a nice network of pasture roads to drive and hunt in addition to an assortment of smaller clearings for blinds and feeders. According to FEMA floodplain maps the entire ranch is located in Flood Zone A. Improvements: Vertical improvements consist of a 120 x 60 metal barn with electricity. The barn is divided in 3 sections, one being open for a large equipment, one for hay storage and the last for a workshop. A smaller barn is located in the back which is used for storing materials and equipment. The original homesite still contains the family home, but was left uninhabitable by Hurricane Harvey. While the gorgeous homesite itself still remains, the house is now only a shell. Water wells include a 1,250 gpm irrigation well, about 1 ½ miles of subterranean piping, there also appears to be one, and maybe two 5” water wells with electric pumps.
$17,000,000  •  1,008.88 acres
The fabulous Pick Bar Ranch, just east of Durango, Colorado, contains a healthy portion of everything a classic Western Ranch ought to have: well-watered meadowlands, a forest of tall pines, endless mountain views, abundant wildlife and a with a record of producing monster trout. Add in the solid infrastructure of a proven cattle operation, and the Pick Bar Ranch carries its weight as one of the finest recreation and working ranch properties in southern Colorado. The Pick Bar Ranch occupies 1008.9± acres in the scenic Pine River valley, a few miles north of Bayfield, on the main road to Vallecito Reservoir. Located at approximately 7000 feet, the ranch has a Ponderosa forest section and a meadow section. The eastern section is dominated by extensive forests of mature ponderosa pine, with abundant draws to shelter mule deer, elk, and black bear and private access to national forest. The western meadow section contains the ranch headquarters, irrigated meadowlands and the riparian corridor of the Pine River and Bear Creek, vegetated with a lovely mix of pines and native cottonwoods. Water makes or breaks ranches in southern Colorado, and the Pick Bar Ranch is blessed with over a mile of the coveted Pine River, and a mile of its tributary, Bear Creek. Senior water rights of a healthy 3.278 c.f.s. ensures that nearly 200 acres of hay is well-watered, including a 1/4-mile radius pivot. As a result, the ranch has been a solid cattle producer since 1883 and currently supports up to 70 AUs year-round, with winter pasture and summer grazing all available on-property. The Pine River is a closely guarded fishery among those who are fortunate enough to control access to it. Rich in insect life, and partially controlled by the outflow from Vallecito Reservoir, the Pine can produce some of the largest brown and rainbow trout in Colorado. Not far upstream from the Pick Bar Ranch, a 40-inch rainbow was recently caught, and trophy browns and rainbows in the multi-pound category live throughout the river, including on the mile of river on the Pick Bar Ranch. Careful riparian habitat management and engineered habitat improvements ensure that the Pine on the Pick Bar will continue to grow and retain trout of bragging proportions. The mountain portion of the ranch adjoins public land in the 2.5-million-acre San Juan National Forest, which makes for hunting opportunities for both mule deer and elk. Both species can often be seen on the ranch, especially when early snow pushes them to lower elevations. Other wildlife includes coyotes, foxes, bobcats, mountain lion, black bear and a great variety of birds attracted to the riparian area. There are currently two deer tags with the property, one is a property owners tag and one is an open unit tag. Improvements on the ranch equip it to be an ideal equestrian site, including a classic red barn, 75×175 indoor riding arena and a full-size outdoor arena. Wonderful riding opportunities are abundant in both the meadow and mountain sections of the ranch, and the climate is mild enough to keep horses year-round. Other recreational amenities on the ranch include dog kennel, private shooting range, and a small bass pond. An impressive gated entry leads to the Pick Bar Ranch headquarters, with its historic three-story home and wraparound porch. A second, newer home nearby allows ample room for ranch help or can serve as a guest house. And the underground sprinkler system keeps the lovely grounds well-watered. Pick Bar Ranch is uniquely situated between Colorado’s largest wilderness area, the Weminuche, just a few miles to the north, and the bustling small city of Durango, only 30 minutes to the west. Thus, multi-day horseback or hiking excursions to the wilderness are close at hand, but so are the amenities of the city. Durango offers a commercial airport, upscale restaurants, quality entertainment, Fort Lewis College, and the historic Durango and Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad. Downhill skiing is available at Purgatory Ski Resort, just north of Durango, Wolf Creek Ski area less than 90 minutes east, and world-famous Mesa Verde National Park is about 90 minutes to the west. Here at M4 Ranch Group, we think that the combination of ideal ranch features at Pick Bar Ranch make it an extremely attractive find. As a property with potential for cattle, horses, fishing and hunting, and close access to a rich variety of recreational opportunities it stands alone. The Pick Bar Ranch deserves consideration of anyone looking for the soul of the old West, yet just a few miles away from the best of the new West. The western property from CR 501 to the Pine River (Approximately 254.5± acres which includes the pastures, and all ranching and residential improvements) may be sold separately for $13,000,000.
$1,659,600  •  920 acres
Long Range Ranch is a 920-acre property located on a paved county road just six miles northeast of Ada, OK, 90 miles from Oklahoma City, 120 miles from Tulsa and 150 miles from Dallas, TX. Oil production on a recreational ranch is not ideal in some respects but there are some benefits that come with it. One benefit is the network of trails and pipelines that cut through the dense oak forest to give you reliable access to the entire ranch that you wouldn’t otherwise have. Specifically, this ranch offers impressive views as you look down the pipelines that traverse the 220 feet of elevation change from the ridgetops to the creek bottom. Given that the ranch has dense cover, plentiful food and water sources, long straight pipelines and great deer genetics, the first thing that we imagined was long range shooting. One pipeline offers a 1300-yard shot that might be stretched to 1500 yards with the removal of a few trees, and multiple potential stand locations could be set up for 500 to 700-yard shots. Shooting distances of 20 to 300 yards are everywhere you look. Best of all, these shots can be attempted safely given that they have a large ridge as a backstop. Being able to see and shoot a long way isn’t much fun unless you have a good population of deer, hogs and coyotes for targets. Eastern Pontotoc County is a nationally recognized hot spot for trophy non-typical whitetail bucks. Multiple 200 inch plus deer have been taken in this area in the last three years, notably, one area hunter killed two 200 inch plus bucks in 8 days from the same tree stand. Excellent bucks have been caught on the seller’s trail cameras and we will be working hard to run more cameras before the bucks shed their antlers this year. If you like shooting wild hogs, just make a corn pile in the creek bottom and do your part to help control their population. Flocks of turkeys roam the creek bottom, roosting in the massive hardwoods that extend out over Muddy Boggy Creek. In addition, there is a 1-acre low spot next to the creek with a thick growth of perennial smartweed that looks ideal for an engineered wetland for duck hunting. Speaking of the creek, the ranch has about 2.5 miles of this beautiful sandstone rock lined creek. It’s the kind of creek that makes you want to be a kid again and just explore it all day long looking for petrified wood and arrowheads. In addition, there is a 2-acre lake, a 1-acre lake shared with a neighbor and 3 small ponds to fish during the warm months. The 1-acre lake has a fishing dock and the remnants of a zip line going across the lake as well as a large fire pit and small grill. It appears that this was a family campsite at some point in the past. Open meadows run alongside the creek and in areas where the creeks twist and turn, they would be ideal for secluded food plots. In addition, there are many quiet openings and short pipelines that run through the woods that would be great for feeders. Given the number of hunting cabins and lodges that we are now building on ranches, we can easily see some really nice spots to build your ultimate getaway spot for friends and family. If you love trail riding, managing wildlife, playing in creeks with your kids and grandkids, fishing, swimming and being able to see and maybe shoot a really long way, then you need to come visit Long Range Ranch.
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$5,850,000  •  905 acres
Amazing waterfalls, crystal clear springwater, senior water rights, over 1100 mature pecan trees, Augusta pretty meadows and pastures, and sensible improvements.
$2,830,750  •  870.89 acres
Sabine River Front Hunting Land for Sale in East Texas Hunting Land on the Sabine River in East Texas! The Getaway located on US Highway 80 has 871 acres with almost 2 miles of Sabine River Frontage located in two East Texas counties, Wood County and Upshur County near the town of Big Sandy, Texas half way between Dallas, TX and Shreveport, LA. The property consists of excellent wildlife habitat, Hardwood bottoms and flats, four different areas of mature Loblolly Pine Plantations covering approximately 150 acres, Rogers Creek, sloughs, open fields, trails and abundant wildlife. Camp House is equipped with city of Big Sandy water and Upshur County Rural Electric service. Hunting opportunities are endless at The Getaway! The fabulous wildlife habitat is home to Whitetail Deer, Hogs, Coyotes, Bobcats, Squirrels and other small varmints that inhabit the woods of East Texas. Water is plentiful besides the Sabine River, Rogers Creek meanders 2.5 miles through the hunting property as well. Five pipeline right-of-ways provide excellent openings and lanes for hunting with multiple shooting houses in place. 180 Class Whitetail Deer have been harvested in the past. The sloughs are loaded with Duck Weed and Smart Weed and surrounded by timber offering fantastic Duck Hunting when the migration reaches East Texas. In past duck seasons, hunters harvested Wood Ducks, Teal, Mallard and other puddle ducks. The cleared roads and trails make easy travel to the duck hunting areas. Camp Headquarters includes fully equipped and furnished camp house with one private bedroom, a large bunk-room, bath room, kitchen and living and gathering area with a front porch.There is a 30 x 50-foot insulated equipment storage building with roll up doors on each end of the building. Also included is a separate shed for tractors, implements and trailers that also covers a walk-in cooler for storing harvested game. For the fisherman the Sabine River offers a variety including, Largemouth Bass, Alligator Gar, Channel Catfish, Flathead Catfish, Blue Catfish, Crappie, Buffalo, Carp and Bream. A dream come true for the outdoor enthusiast.
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$10,975,000  •  807 acres
$11,000,000
This picturesque ranch has it all. From breathtaking views to Lake Travis shoreline frontage, has all of the attributes that makes it one of the outstanding ranches for sale in the Highland Lakes/Hill Country of Texas. Whether the property is developed or kept intact, buyers will have many options and opportunities with this w Lake Travis frontage is approximately 1,900 feet. This unique property is sprinkled with four lakes/tanks, grandiose views, and a great location in the Highland Lakes/Hill Country of Central Texas. It is one of the largest properties for sale in the area with Lake Travis frontage and access. We look forward to showing this to directly to buyer prospects and for sure to brokers representing prospects. Call listing agent Bob Clifton 830.613.5215 for all details.
$1,900,000  •  760 acres
Turnkey recreational paradise managed by steward owners. Has basic living quarters for immediate use and multiple great building locations for your ideal hunting lodge, cabin or home.
$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.
$1,658,400  •  691 acres
Diverse ranch located on quiet paved road in a nice neighborhood of larger ranches.
$1,500,000  •  589 acres
Lost Cabin Ranch is a 589 acre ranch located just 1.5 miles northwest of Boswell, OK, and 120 miles from Dallas. Surrounded by roads on all four sides, one of which is a paved county road, this ranch takes up almost an entire section. In fact, the current owner has been leasing another 50 acres in the section and he believes it could be purchased along with Lost Cabin Ranch. That only leaves a 1 acre out that isn’t currently being used. Wouldn’t it be nice to have roads as barriers between your land and all your neighbors? Just from a wildlife management standpoint, it would be a great advantage to have a one-mile square area as a sanctuary. When you first enter the property, you get a sense of its faded glory. The old homestead is battered but still standing surrounded by giant oak trees. The old cistern is still in the corner of the yard, a garage and storm shelter to the rear. Wander just a little bit in the woods and you will find the front cap of a Model T or an old crosscut saw blade that may have been used to build the two log cabin structures that are clinging to existence. An old windmill peers out from the top of a grown oak tree. An old wagon trail is still visible on the ranch. From the aerial you can see numerous cross fences that once divided the ranch into functional grazing units, each with its own pond to water the livestock. A quick look at the soil map and almost the entire ranch lights up with fertile soil types. You get a real sense that this might have been a showplace farm 50 years ago. Lost Cabin Ranch could still be saved as a cattle ranch, but some quick intervention will be needed to combat the brush and improve the fences. However, if you are looking for a hunting property with lots of ponds to fish, then very little is needed. Now that the forest has started to reclaim the pastures, you see a beautiful mixture of transitional tree species intermixed with tall prairie grasses. This dynamic yields great woodland/prairie interfaces that deer and turkey flourish in. The wooded areas are full of mature hardwood species, primarily oaks, while the transitional areas are brushing up with persimmons, green briar, honeysuckle and elms. The combination of the two gives the animals an abundance of food sources throughout the year. Alternative patches of timber and open meadows create ideal locations for establishing food plots and protein feeders. Here are a few pictures of the quality whitetails that have been taken in the current state. Imagine what could be achieved with your management of the property? Lastly, the old farm house is still serviceable as a hunting cabin and could be used as a landing spot for you, your family and friends until you get the property fixed up exactly like you want it. There are lots of great places to build your new cabin if you decide to leave the old house behind or remove it from the property. Lost Cabin Ranch is the ideal spot for someone looking for great natural features for wildlife, at a reasonable driving distance from Dallas, with some basic improvements already in place to see you through until you can build your dream cabin and barn. There is a lot of history on Lost Cabin Ranch and it is waiting for the next steward owner to add the next chapter. If you would like to learn more about the ranch or schedule a showing please contact Kelly Hurt.