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$39,912,600  •  2,858 acres
Located on the Parker & Hood County line, and approx. 20 minutes southwest of Weatherford. This is a beautiful ranch; very special as it rolls gently and heavily with scenic views and abundant game. End of the road privacy, yet close to town. Many varieties of scattered to thick trees include live oak, post oak, elm, red oak, mesquite, and cedar. Abundant water featuring 25+ stock ponds, over 1.38 miles of Brazos River frontage, several creeks, five water wells, two springs, and a Parker County Water Co-op tap. Numerous sites for building large reservoirs, a beautiful lodge, or a residential development. Great deer and turkey hunting. 1/2 minerals conveyed. 2 large coastal bermuda pastures. $13,975.00 per acre.
$12,000,000  •  2,035 acres
The Love Ranch is a one-of-kind ranch with its many spring-fed lakes and ponds, miles of trails, and lovely 20+ acre organic vineyard. The 2,035-acre +/- ranch offers world-class quail hunting, plus fishing, and other recreational opportunities. Located on the west side of the Sierra Nevada Mountains near the historic gold rush town of Coarsegold, the ranch is just 30 minutes from Yosemite National Park. Ranch management is simple as the property’s vineyard and cattle-grazing grasslands are leased to dependable tenants. The current owners have split their time between their home in Montana and the ranch, where they have enjoyed California’s mild winters and the near year-round ability to hike, fish, hunt and entertain their family and friends. The countryside with its lush grasses, secluded valleys, pockets of live oaks, and massive granite rock formations is extremely appealing and ideal for exploring on horseback, ATV, and on foot. Well-appointed improvements include a main home, guest quarters, wine bar, two-room bunkhouse, historic dairy barn, and shop. There are outdoor decks, fire pits, and other areas for enjoying great views from this remarkable property.
Contact for Price  •  1,430 acres
1430 acres with Lodge and proven hunting history including 260 scored bucks with low fence and high fence options.
$3,990,000  •  1,209 acres
In the foothills East of Redding, near the community of Bella Vista, lies this 1209-acre multi-use ranch. Entering the ranch on a paved, fenced drive leads you to the well laid out headquarters. A beautiful manager's house greets you as well as the bunk house, shop, and barns. The care given to the upkeep of this ranch shows from the minute you enter the property. Everything is in its place, highlighting a smooth operation. The current owners have established a wonderful program helping others get a second chance. Using the bunkhouse as a base, the participants help out working on the ranch. The headquarters include the managers house, bunk house, shop, barns and storage barns. Located just west of the headquarters, on a slight rise, is the custom main home and second shop. The property is set up for animals, now raising cattle, swine, goats and horses. There are roads throughout the fully fenced property, with rolling hills, small meadows, seasonal creeks and springs. Multiple wells provide water for livestock and wildlife. There is an additional storage building on the Southwest corner and a finished garage on the Northwest corner, both with separate entries to the ranch. It's easy to lose time here. The peace and tranquility of privacy, and the natural beauty of the land, gives you a sense of overall wellbeing. The ranch is less than 3 miles to the Jones Valley boat launch on Shasta Lake, 4.5 miles to Bella Vista, and 10 miles into Redding. This is a unique property offering immaculate infrastructure, a beautiful setting and privacy, yet just minutes to reality. Property Highlights: • PROPERTY GENERAL INFO: 1209.43 Acres • APN'S: Shasta County: 305-130-002/003/004/005/006/008/009/051/053/054/055 • Paved entry to headquarters. • Underground power to headquarters and homes. • Fully fenced. • Two homes with garages. • Two shops, insulated. • Garage NW corner of property, finished with separate entry. No power. • Bunkhouse • Two storage buildings, one at headquarters and one located SW corner with separate entry. (no power) • Hay barn. • Animal barn. • 7 domestic wells, some with well houses, 2 with power, filtration, on demand generators. Stock water well west of main home has pump but no • generator. The remaining wells are not in use. • Livestock infrastructure, corrals, shelters, stock water, pastures • Now raising 300 +/- pigs, goats, 140 cows and pleasure horses • Archery range, fire pit. • Fuel tanks, 150-gallon gas, 540-gallon diesel. • Several roads through the ranch. • Seasonal Creeks. • MAIN HOUSE: Custom 2,600 sf two story home. 3 bedrooms, 2.5 bath. Main floor features open plan with kitchen, breakfast nook, laundry, formal dining room, living room with wood stove in rock hearth and French doors to covered porch. Kitchen has 4 burner gas cook top in island. Built in oven and microwave, two door refrigerator and dishwasher. All stainless appliances. Owners' suite also has French doors to covered deck. Walk in closet. Large master bath with dual sinks, shower and jetted tub Travertine tile floors. Carpet in bedrooms and upstairs. Second floor has two bedrooms, both have walk in closets and full bath between bedrooms with balcony overlooking living area. Covered porches on three sides of home with concrete walks to driveways front and back. Hot tub alongside of home. • MAIN HOUSE THREE CAR GARAGE 1200 sf insulated and sheet rocked, 3 electric garage doors, concrete floors and concrete apron in front of garage. 960 sf upstairs bonus room finished, carpet flooring • OVERALL- Composition roofing, Hardie Plank lap siding, trex decking. Forced Air furnace and AC in house. • MAIN HOUSE SHOP - wood siding, composition roof. 2016 sf insulated and sheet rocked, concrete floors, work bench along one wall. Industrial lighting and heating. 14' electric roll up doors both ends. Two 12' electric doors on one side. Covered bays both sides with concrete floor. Concrete parking between house and shop. • WELL HOUSE AND WATER TOWER Well serves main house and bunkhouse. Filtration system in place. Automatic backup generator. • SECOND HOUSE 1800 sf, two story with basement, 2 bedrooms, 2 baths. Main floor is open with wood stove in rock hearth living area, retro kitchen appliances, including 6 burner gas range, built in oven, dishwasher and refrigerator. Island with sitting area. Wood floors. Bedroom with walk in closet, bath has dual sinks and shower. Carpet and travertine tile. Second story is one large room, walk in closet, bath with dual sinks and shower. Carpet and travertine tile. Basement - additional 900 sf rec room with bar, wine racks, large built-in climate-controlled gun safe. Carpet and concrete flooring. Wrap around covered porch on 3 sides. • SECOND HOUSE GARAGE 2 car, 672 sf with concrete floors, insulated and sheet rocked. Pass-through electric garage doors (4). Concrete drive between home and garage. OVERALL - Composition roofing, wood siding, trex decking. • WELLHOUSE AND WATER TOWER Well serves second home and barn. Filtration system in place with automatic backup generator. • BUNKHOUSE - Wood and steel construction, metal roof 5600 sf two story building, open concept with dining area, industrial kitchen, dorm style bath with 4 sinks, 4 stalls and 6 head tile shower and floor. 5 bunk beds on this level. 14' electric roll up door on both ends. Kitchen has industrial stainless sink, subzero refrigerator and freezer, side by side, 4 burner gas range and long counter space. Second level rec room and or lounge area, 1 bedroom, office and 5 bunk beds, U shaped design, open to below. Exterior door to metal circular stairs. Heated with space heaters, no AC. Covered front patio full length of building, concrete continues to side of building. Animal shelters attached to full length of building on pasture side. • HEADQUARTERS SHOP - Wood and steel construction, composition roof. 1980 sf with concrete floors, 14' electric roll up doors, both ends. Two 12' electric roll up doors on one side, work bench along opposite side. Industrial lighting and heating. 220 power. Covered patio on one side and 1320 sf concrete covered work area on the other. Concrete between shop and storage barn. • HEADQUARTERS STORAGE BARN - Wood and steel construction, metal roof. 1050 sf with concrete floor, four 14' electric roll up doors. • HEADQUARTERS HAY BARN - Wood and metal framing and siding, metal roof. 4480 sf with 5 bays, 2 dirt floor and 3 concrete. Large tack/storage room with concrete floor. Concrete around 3 sides. • HEADQUARTERS ANIMAL BARN - wood construction, metal and wood roof 3648 sq used for swine operation. SOUTH STORAGE BARN - wood and metal framing, metal roof 966 sf, manual roll up doors. Can access off of Dry Creek Rd and from ranch roads. • NORTHWEST GARAGE- Wood framed, metal roof. 816 sf with two 12' roll up doors, concrete floor, no power. Separate entry off of Elk Trail.
$19,700,000  •  864.96 acres
INTRODUCTION The Johnson Legacy River Ranch is a premier live water river ranch along the north bank of the Llano River that has been in the same family for over 100 years. This gorgeous, diverse Texas Hill Country property is ideally located 50 minutes from historic Fredericksburg, 40 minutes from Horseshoe Bay, 1.5 hours from Austin, and 12 minutes from Llano. With 3,940’ or 0.75 miles of uninterrupted Llano River frontage, 6,865’ or 1.30 miles of frontage along both sides of San Fernando Creek, a diverse mixture of mature oak and Pecan tree cover, scattered tillable pastures, stunning granite rock formations, deep loamy soils, distant panoramic views, and fantastic hunting, this exceptional legacy river property is perfect for a family recreational ranch or full-time residence. The ranch is being offered in eight (8) unique configurations. If parceled, there are three (3) tracts available on the south section and two (2) on the north. 1. Johnson Legacy River Ranch (entire) - 864.96 ac 2. Johnson Family River Ranch (south half) - 306.56 a. Rancho Rio Ruidoso - 118.07 ac b. La Hacienda Rio - 125.95 c. Rancho El Aguila - 62.54 ac 3. San Fernando Creek Ranch north half) - 558.40 ac a. West San Fernando Creek Ranch (West Tract) - 277.29 ac b. East San Fernando Creek Ranch (East Tract) - 281.11 ac LOCATION AND ACCESS The ranch sits in the heart of the Texas Hill Country and is located 50 minutes from historic Fredericksburg, 40 minutes from Horseshoe Bay, 1.5 hours from Austin, and 12 minutes from Llano. The property sits just south of TX-29 along the east line of CR 102 with 6,865’ of paved county road frontage. Rue Rd., a gated, recorded and well-maintained easement road, bisects the ranch into the north and south sections. Rue Rd. will be the primary point of access for the 125.05 ac (La Hacienda Rio), 62.54 ac (Rancho El Aguila), and 281.11 (East San Fernando Creek) tracts, if the property is sold in divided parcels. Additional access to the East San Fernando Creek Ranch is provided via a 3,800’ / 0.72-mile gated, recorded and well-maintained easement road that comes off of the south line of TX-29. Nearby Fredericksburg Fredericksburg is the epicenter and premier destination of the Texas Hill Country and boasts a small-town feel with the restaurants, accommodations, shops and attractions usually reserved for a much larger destination. The town’s German roots are evident today in its charming historic Main Street, which offers some 150 shops, art galleries, museums, bakeries and restaurants in a walkable setting. Fredericksburg, known for decades as a premier shopping destination, offers the best of home decor, western wear, fine art, jewelry, kitchen wares, linens, antiques and more. Fredericksburg is also Texas Wine Country. With over 50 wineries in the area, visitors can sample a diverse range of varietals in picturesque vineyards or boutique tasting rooms. The selection of lodging options in Fredericksburg includes 23 hotel/motels with over 1,100 rooms as well as nearly 1,500 vacation rentals, bed & breakfasts, and guesthouses in the area. Great food and fantastic dining are a fixture in Fredericksburg with more than 100 restaurants that feature everything from fine dinging to regional Texas Hill Country cuisine, to authentic German, Tex-Mex and BBQ. Wineries The Texas Hill Country is home to over 100 wineries and vineyards and Fredericksburg is the beating heart of Texas Wine Country. There are more than 60 wineries, vineyards, and wine tasting rooms located in Fredericksburg's Gillespie County, in addition to dozens more wineries located within an hour or two drive. Fredericksburg’s Urban Wine Trail, which includes more than 10 downtown wineries and wine tasting rooms owned by Fredericksburg wineries, are all within walking distance to historic hotspots, shops and boutiques, and the town’s B&Bs and hotels. Main Street & Shopping Main Street is the center of the action, where you can find more than 150 shops, boutiques and art galleries as well as dozens of restaurants, wine tasting rooms, a brewpubs & distilleries, two museums, and more. Shopping has been a massive draw for tourists that visit Fredericksburg for years, as shops on Main Street are all locally owned and operated by people that call Fredericksburg home. Franchises and chain stores are not allowed in the National Historic District (which runs along Main Street), providing a unique small-town shopping experience. Main Street is also home to two notable museums - the National Museum of the Pacific War at the East End and the Pioneer Museum at the West End. Events Fredericksburg is home to more than 400 festivals and special events each year, in addition to dozens of live music performances each week. From wine events to historical reenactments, the Texas Hill Country is filled with something to entertain just about everyone from the young to the young at heart. Fredericksburg's signature culinary event, the Fredericksburg Food & Wine Fest, takes place at the end of each October and transforms Marktplatz into a foodie paradise with a celebration of all things Texas food and wine. Live music, cooking demonstrations and specialty booths make this a must-do for Fredericksburg visitors and Hill Country residents. WATER The Llano River This beautiful ranch sits along the north bank of the Llano River, with a total of 3,940’ or 0.75 miles of direct river frontage. The defining feature of this river property that rises above any other is PRIVACY! Unlike other properties, there is not a nearby county road running parallel and along the river. This is an offering of large, contiguous blocks of land with large neighbors. From west to east, the divided parcels have the following amount of river frontage: Rancho Rio Ruidoso - 1,185’ or 0.22 miles La Hacienda Rio - 1,955’ or 0.37 miles Rancho El Aguila - 800’ or 0.15 miles Known for its clear water, continuous flow, and shallow rapids flowing over beautiful granite rock formations into larger pools of deep water, the Llano River is a 105-mile-long tributary of the Colorado River. Kayaking, canoeing, swimming, floating, paddle boarding, and fishing can be enjoyed by your entire family. Largemouth bass, Guadalupe bass, channel catfish, blue catfish, and many species of sunfish are native to the river. San Fernando Creek San Fernando Creek enters the West Tract along its northern boundary and flows to the east, generally bisecting each tract, and exits the property along the west boundary of the East Tract. San Fernando Creek is seasonal and will typically have stronger water flow in the Fall, Winter, and Spring. Gorgeous, mature Live oak and Pecan trees line the banks on both sides. The creek bed consists of decomposed granite sand with a striking pinkish hue and is dotted with scattered granite outcroppings along its course. There are multiple locations along the creek with deeper pools that are fed by springs and these spots generally hold water during much of the year. Generally, the creek bed is 200’ to 300’ in width, but does expand up to 500’ in certain areas. The creek runs for a total of 6,865’ or 1.30 miles through the property. The West Tract (277.29 ac) has 3,215’ of creek frontage, with roughly 76-ac on the north side of the creek and 201-ac on the south side. The East Tract (281.11 ac) has 3,650’ of creek frontage, with roughly 189-ac on the north side of the creek and 92-ac on the south side. Ponds, Secondary Creeks & Water Wells Rancho Rio Ruidoso (118.07 ac) There is a secondary creek, lined with intricate granite outcroppings, that enters this portion of the property along the west boundary, then turns south and eventually flows into the Llano River. Along this 4,420’ creek, there are three (3) concrete “spreader” dams that back up water seasonally. The largest is a 0.30 pond on the upper end of the drainage. There is also a 0.25 ac pond with an earthen dam near the west fence line. There are no water wells on this tract. La Hacienda Rio (125.95 ac) Just northwest of the homestead, there is one (1) 0.15 ac earthen pond, surrounded by open pasture. There are no secondary creeks on this tract. There is one (1) water well on this section of the ranch, which provides potable water to the homestead. Rancho El Aguila (62.54 ac) There are three (3) ponds that lie in a north-south chain, almost in the center of this section of the property. The first is a small 0.15 ac pond, then a larger 1.50 ac pond, and finally a 0.50 ac pond. Sitting just south of the last pond is a windmill water well not in operation. There are no secondary creeks on this part of the ranch. San Fernando Creek Ranch There are four (4) ponds on the ranch; two (2) on the West Tract and two (2) on the East Tract. The West Tract ponds are 0.25 ac and 1.50 ac in size at full pool. Both ponds sit on the southside of San Fernando Creek. The East Tract ponds are 0.10 ac and 1.50 ac in size at full pool. The smaller East Tract pond is on the north side of San Fernando Creek and sits adjacent to a water well pumped by a windmill. The larger pond sits on the south side of San Fernando Creek. There is another water well serviced by a windmill that sits near the northeast corner of the East Tract. Both water wells have concrete water troughs and are fully operational. LAND The habitat throughout the property consists of an undulating, oak dominated savannah, interspersed with other native tree, brush, and grass species such as Texas persimmon, Mesquite, Cedar elm, Black hickory, Beebrush, and Little bluestem. Live oak is the primary and most visible oak species, with healthy amounts of Post oak, Blackjack oak, and Shinnery oak also present. The elevation generally slopes from north to south and ranges from 1,070’ along the Llano River, up to 1,120’ in the northern pasture areas of the property. The homestead, which sits on the La Hacienda Rio tract, was strategically placed on an isolated hill that is 1,135’ at its peak. Soils consist primarily of deep, fine and course sandy loam throughout the property, which are ideal for wildlife food plot development. There are striking granite rock formations throughout the ranch, the most notable being a 25’ high monolith that sits on the Rancho El Aguila tract. With a basal area of about ½ acre, this rock structure is an easy climb and offers fantastic views of the surrounding Llano River valley. WILDLIFE Llano County is known as the “Deer Capital of Texas” and boasts a county-level population density of over 290 white-tailed deer per thousand acres. Deer are abundant on the ranch, but it is not overpopulated. The ranch has been very lightly grazed by livestock and the deer herd has been kept in check with the habitat, which provides excellent quality and quantities of forage below 6 feet, hiding and escape cover, and thermal cover. Other game species commonly seen on the property include Rio Grande turkey, mourning & white-wing doves, feral hogs, and occasionally Bobwhite quail. Other indigenous wildlife species such as migratory waterfowl, raptors, songbirds, various small mammals, and reptiles are also abundant and are commonly seen. IMPROVEMENTS Ranch House, Barns, & Electricity The original homestead house, built in 1923, still stands on the La Hacienda Rio tract and is still in use by the landowner. This 3-bedroom, 2-bath bungalow-style home has 1,706 SqFt of living space and a 154 SqFt covered front porch. A 2-car garage with a workshop/storage space sits adjacent to the house. There is one (1) larger sized metal barn just south of the house that is roughly 2,080 SqFt and is currently used to store a tractor and other equipment. There are three (3) additional smaller metal storage sheds on the ranch. Electricity has been extended into each component section of the property and is provided by CTEC. Fencing & Roads All sections of the ranch have perimeter fencing and it is in good condition. The south fence sits roughly 300’ north of the edge of the river to protect it from fast moving water during times of flooding. There are typical ranch roads in good condition throughout the ranch. There is not north-south fence separating the West tract and the East tract on San Fernando Creek Ranch. All of the river tracts have cross fencing and below is the acreage breakdown of each sub-pasture within in each section. Rancho Rio Ruidoso (118.07 ac) Upper Pasture - 44.24 ac Lower Pasture - 64.98 ac River Pasture - 8.85 ac La Hacienda Rio (125.95 ac) NW Pasture - 30.72 ac NE Pasture - 23.71 ac Improved Pasture - 16.55 ac Headquarters - 41.40 ac River Pasture - 13.57 ac Rancho El Aguila (62.54 ac) Upper Pasture - 24.26 ac Tilled Field - 10.48 ac East Pasture - 18.45 ac Trap - 4.61 ac River Pasture - 4.74 ac SUMMARY The Johnson Family River Ranch is the finest live-water property currently on the market in the Texas Hill Country. Carefully managed by long-term, conservation minded landowners, this exceptional river ranch has 3,940’ or 0.75 miles of flowing Llano River frontage, 6,865’ or 1.30 miles of frontage along both sides of San Fernando Creek, high quality, diverse wildlife habitat, and picturesque Hill Country terrain. Located close to Fredericksburg, Austin, and Horseshoe Bay, this quiet, semi-remote property offers the opportunity to establish your family’s very own legacy ranch. FINANCIAL / TITLE The Johnson Legacy River Ranch is offered as follows in Cash or at Terms acceptable solely at the discretion of the Seller: Entire Ranch The Johnson Legacy River Ranch, consisting of 864.96± ac, is offered at $20,180,000 or $23,331/ac. Lower Ranch The Johnson Family River Ranch (All Tracts), consisting of 306.56± ac, is offered at $10,630,000 or $34,675/ac. Rancho Rio Ruidoso, consisting of 118.07± ac, is offered at $4,035,000 or $34,175/ac. La Hacienda Rio, consisting of 125.95± ac, is offered at $4,390,000 or $34,855/ac. Rancho El Aguila, consisting of 62.54± ac, is offered at $2,205,000 or $35,257/ac. Upper Ranch San Fernando Creek Ranch (West & East combined), consisting of 558.40± ac, is offered at $9,550,000 or $17,102/ac West San Fernando Creek Ranch, consisting of 277.29± ac, is offered at $4,740,000 or $17,094/ac. East San Fernando Creek Ranch, consisting of 281.11± ac, is offered at $4,810,000 or $17,111/ac. 1. Offers to purchase or letters of intent must be in writing and accompanied by 1.00% of the purchase price to the escrow account at Hill Country Titles in Fredericksburg, TX. 2. The Sellers will provide and pay for a standard owner’s title insurance policy. Title to the real property will be conveyed by a general or special warranty deed. 3. The Sellers will provide a new survey. 4. Mineral rights which the Sellers own will be conveyed to the Buyer at Closing. 5. All water right claims controlled by the Sellers will be transferred to the Buyer at Closing. 6. The property lies in the Llano ISD. 7. Sensible deed restrictions, included in this packet, will be put in place at closing to maintain the integrity of the local area. 8. The 2023 ag-exempt property taxes are estimated to be: a. $1,561.98 for the entire property b. $1,092.83 of The Johnson Family River Ranch c. $99.32 for Ranch Rio Ruidoso d. $940.90 for La Hacienda Rio e. $52.61 for Rancho El Aguila f. $469.73 for San Fernando Creek Ranch g. $233.26 for West San Fernando Creek Ranch h. $236.47 for East San Fernando Creek Ranch This entire Offering is subject to errors, omissions, prior sale, change or withdrawal without notice and approval of purchase by the Seller. Information regarding land classifications and acreages are intended only as general guidelines and have been obtained from sources deemed reliable; however, accuracy is not warranted or guaranteed by the Seller or Anders Ranch Realty. Prospective Buyers should verify all information to their sole and complete satisfaction. SHOWN BY APPOINTMENT ONLY – DO NOT TRESPASS. Buyer’s brokers/agents must be identified on first contact and must accompany buying prospect on first showing to be allocated full fee participation. If this condition is not met, fee participation will be at the sole discretion of Anders Ranch Realty.
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$2,725,000  •  835.28 acres
In the foothills of Tuolumne County, at an elevation of 2,250 ft. with the mighty Sierra Nevada mountains standing tall in the background, discover the 835-acre Espinoza Ranch, less than 10 minutes outside of Groveland, CA, the gateway to the iconic Yosemite National Park. A well-equipped and landscaped ranch headquarters offers plenty of space for a large family or many guests to stay comfortably and is also ideal for hosting events or retreats. It consists of a 2,400 sq. ft 3 BD/2 BA main home, a 1,104 sq. ft. caretaker’s house, a 2 BD/1 BA ranch house, a 432 sq. ft. guest house, two cabins, and a herb and vegetable garden for those with a green thumb. Multiple functional outbuildings serve as storage for ranch equipment & an RV, along with a 1,776 sq. ft. shop with power that includes an 11 x 12’ roll-up door and a pair of 11’ x 9’ swinging doors. The multi-purpose, 960 sq. ft. retreat building includes a main area, kitchen, laundry, bathroom, and outdoor fire pit to share campfire stories and make s’mores. Livestock and wildlife are also called Espinoza Ranch home. With perimeter and cross fencing, six natural springs, ponds, and five wells, including one with a solar-powered pump, two 900-gallon storage tanks, livestock troughs, livestock and wildlife have ample year-round water. Take advantage of the expansive roads throughout the ranch to indulge in outdoor recreational opportunities such as ATV’ing, horseback riding, or soaking in the panoramic views of Lake Don Pedro from the ranch’s ridge line. Hunters and nature enthusiasts will unite with deer, quail, turkey, and dove spotted roaming the property. Nearby, Tuolumne, Stanislaus, and Merced Rivers provide great fly-fishing opportunities and boating and water sports activities at Horseshoe Bend Recreational Area at Lake McClure. A day trip to explore one of the crown jewels of Sierra Nevada, Yosemite National Park, is a must, being just 45 minutes from Espinoza Ranch. PROPERTY HIGHLIGHTS: • Less than 10 minutes outside of Groveland, CA • Six natural springs & spring fed ponds • Five wells; one equipped with a solar-powered pump • Two 900-gallon storage tanks • Fenced and cross-fenced • Currently, run cattle on the ranch • Livestock troughs • Five router WIFI system • A well-equipped and landscaped ranch headquarters • Improvements: • Main residence - 2,400 SF with 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, & 2 car garage; Solar heated lap pool • Caretaker’s House - 1,104 SF with 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, & a covered patio/porch • The Ranch House - 600 SF with 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, & a covered front porch deck • Guest House - 432 SF with sleeping area, full bath, partial kitchen & laundry area • Retreat Building - 960 SF unit with a fully equipped kitchen & laundry facilities • Two Guest Cabins - each 120 SF • Workshop - 1,776 SF, fully equipped with 220-volt power, lighting, & water access • RV storage building - 12’ x 31’ • Tractor shed, storage shed, outhouse building, pumphouse structure • Horse stable - with water and pen • Great outdoor recreation on the property & region • Hunting, fishing, horseback riding, ATVing, boating, & more • 45 minutes from Yosemite National Park
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$5,300,000  •  776 acres
$5,500,000
The 776-acre Fairchild Farm is both a very productive, plus serene and beautiful farm in a picturesque setting for an agricultural family.
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$6,999,000  •  502 acres
An ode to a time long ago when cattle outnumbered people on the wide-open California East Bay rangelands, the 502-acre Riley Ranch, five minutes south of Pittsburg, CA, remains one of the last historic cattle ranches in Contra Costa County. Passing through the secure gate to the ranch immediately transports you away from the hustle and bustle of California’s East Bay cities. The homestead consists of a 2,037-square-foot home with an attached two-car garage and private well, a 2,550-square-foot horse barn, a 1,008-square-foot storage barn with concrete floors, and an additional detached two-car garage. Seasonal creeks and ponds, coupled with a developed natural spring with a gravity-fed holding tank, provide ample year-round supply of one of California’s most precious commodities, water, for grazing livestock and property landscaping. Two undeveloped springs exist on the property as well. A cattle lease is in place on the property, presenting a great income-generating opportunity for the new owner. With an average of 265 sunny days per year, you’ll have abundant opportunities to experience the great outdoors. Savor the picturesque views of the Delta, Black Diamond Mines Regional Preserve, and Mt. Diablo while horseback riding, ATV’ing, biking, hiking, or going on a casual picnic. Being flanked on the west, north, and eastern fronts by the East Bay Parks District, the ranch has additional recreational opportunities nearby, but most importantly, protected open space to preserve revered peace and quiet. You’ll be hard pressed to find a serene ranch property of this magnitude and uniqueness so easily accessible to many cities in California’s East Bay and San Francisco. Seize the rare opportunity to purchase your own slice of tranquility. PROPERTY HIGHLIGHTS: • Five minutes to Pittsburg, CA • Views of Walnut Creek and the entire East Bay • Beautiful, few remaining historic cattle ranchs in Contra Costa County • Gated entry • 2,037 SF main home with an attached two-car garage • Private well • The backup generator automatically comes on if the power goes out • Tankless water heater and Culligan filtration system in home • 2,550 SF horse barn • 1,008 SF storage barn with concrete floors and a detached two-car garage • Seasonal creeks, a pond, a developed natural spring, and two undeveloped natural springs • Cattle lease on the property; income generating opportunity for the new owner • Cistern feeds the cattle troughs, a 4,000-gallon tank year-round, & provides irrigation for the house • Picturesque views of the Delta, Black Diamond Mines Regional Preserve, and Mt. Diablo • Outdoor recreation: horseback riding, ATV’ing, biking, hiking, etc • Flanked on the west, north, and eastern fronts by the East Bay Parks District • Nice oak trees on the property • Easy access to California’s East Bay and San Francisco areas
$6,250,000  •  500 acres
Welcome to a Northern California paradise, where adventure and tranquility combine into one magnificent estate! The 500-acre Hayes Springs Ranch offers an unparalleled living experience in the heart of nature offering complete privacy and tranquility, free from any external disruptions. What a rarity it is to find a property with such a unique ecology in California. The ranch is an excellent family compound complete with a sprawling 5,500 SF lodge, a primary residence, a guest cabin, a 4,000 SF shop, and a 75 ft pool and spa. The spacious living areas are well-suited to entertaining family and friends, while the warm fireplaces provide a cozy ambiance. Sit outside on the large deck and take in the beautiful meadow and spring creek views. What truly sets this property apart is the abundance of outdoor recreation opportunities it offers. With four mountain lakes and nearly a half mile of spring-fed meadow creek, the water activities are endless. From trophy trout fishing and swimming to kayaking and stand-up paddleboarding, you’ll have access to some of the most enticing mountain lakes in the region. The property’s expansive acreage also offers plenty of opportunities for hunting, hiking, biking, ATVing, and horseback riding. This Northern California gem is an idyllic retreat from the hustle and bustle of city life. Here, you can escape to a peaceful haven that offers a true sense of relaxation and rejuvenation. With its combination of luxurious amenities and exceptional outdoor recreation opportunities, this property is the perfect destination for those seeking the ultimate outdoor lifestyle and escape. Hayes Springs Ranch is currently run as a commercial fly-fishing lodge but can be used as a family retreat, corporate retreat, or private residence. The ranch is located only 1 hour from Redding and 4.5 hours from Sacramento and the Bay Area.
$19,999,999  •  435.8 acres
The Y Bell Ranch is a 435 acre stunning, fully operational cattle operation with expansive Cascade Mountain views. The custom main home is 8863 sq ft with a 9200 sq ft trophy room, 5 bedroom, 5.5 bath, beautiful grand entry with see through stone fireplace, living room, family room with full bar & theater room. The ranch includes a guest house, 2967 sq ft, ranch manger house, 3020 sq ft with original barn, corrals & chute, main barn with 9 stalls & runs & foaling stall, indoor arena with bar, shop with living quarters, machine shop, Hay & equipment shed and much more.
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$1,450,000  •  354.4 acres
Located 20 minutes from Choteau, the 354± acre Garrity Ranch is a sportsperson’s paradise offering upland and big game hunting opportunities, as well as infrastructure for shooting sports and dryland crop opportunities. Purchased with the intent of enhancing the upland game bird habitat, the current owner has gone to great lengths in creating feed and brood plots for pheasant, sharp-tailed grouse, and Hungarian partridge. No paradise would be complete without a base of operations. Included is a fully remodeled 1930s-era farmhouse offering three bedrooms, two bathrooms, a gourmet kitchen, and master suite. The home is serviced by an oversized, plumbed detached two-car garage with additional storage and counter space. The farm also offers a 4,300± square foot shop with radiant heat, office, and small apartment. The shop also includes rows of storage cabinets and dog kennels with runs. Within the operational complex are grain storage bins and a wobble trap bunker with a Pro-Matic Wobble Trap. Historically, the farm has produced a variety of crops including Winter/Spring wheat, sunflower, canola, lentils, and peas and is currently being leased to a local operator. Due to the farm’s proximity to Freezeout Lake it is often home to a variety of migratory birds as well as occasional big game including deer, elk, and grizzly bear. Two seasonal ponds add to the overall aesthetic and wildlife habitat. The Garrity Ranch, surrounded by rolling plains and distant views of the Rocky Mountain Front, would be perfect as a full-time residence or prairie getaway. The Facts: ~354± acre dryland farm enhanced for upland game bird habitat ~Managed for Hungarian partridge, pheasant, and sharp-tailed grouse ~Completely remodeled 1930s-era 3 bedroom, 2 bath home ~Oversized detached double-car garage ~Shop with ranch office, guest/employee quarters, dog kennels with exterior runs, and storage ~Suitable for a variety of dryland crops including sunflower, winter wheat, spring wheat, peas, lentils, and canola ~Bunker with wobble trap (included) and target range ~Seasonal ponds ~20 minutes from Choteau; 45 minutes to Great Falls ~2023 Taxes: $6,228
$10,630,000  •  306.56 acres
INTRODUCTION The Johnson Family River Ranch is a premier live water river ranch along the north bank of the Llano River that has been in the same family for over 100 years. This gorgeous, diverse Texas Hill Country property is ideally located 50 minutes from historic Fredericksburg, 40 minutes from Horseshoe Bay, 1.5 hours from Austin, and 12 minutes from Llano. With 3,940’ or 0.75 miles of uninterrupted Llano River frontage, a diverse mixture of mature oak and Pecan tree cover, scattered tillable pastures, stunning granite rock formations, deep loamy soils, distant panoramic views, and fantastic hunting, this exceptional legacy river property is perfect for a family recreational ranch or full-time residence. The ranch is being offered in a single contiguous tract of 306.56 ac or in three (3) tracts consisting of 118.07 ac (Rancho Rio Ruidoso), 125.05 ac (La Hacienda Rio), and 62.54 ac (Rancho El Aguila). In addition, the adjacent upper section of the property, known as San Fernando Creek Ranch, is also offered for sale. San Fernando Creek Ranch consists of 558.40 ac with 6,865’ or 1.30 miles of frontage along both sides of San Fernando Creek and can be purchased in its entirety or in two (2) separate tracts of 277.29 ac (West Tract) or 281.11 ac (East Tract). LOCATION AND ACCESS The ranch sits in the heart of the Texas Hill Country and is located 50 minutes from historic Fredericksburg, 40 minutes from Horseshoe Bay, 1.5 hours from Austin, and 12 minutes from Llano. The property sits just south of TX-29 along the east line of CR 102 with 4,565’ of paved county road frontage. Rue Rd., a gated, recorded and well-maintained easement road, runs along the north boundary of the property. Rue Rd. will be the primary point of access for the 125.05 ac (La Hacienda Rio) and 62.54 ac (Rancho El Aguila) tracts, if the property is sold in divided parcels. Nearby Fredericksburg Fredericksburg is the epicenter and premier destination of the Texas Hill Country and boasts a small-town feel with the restaurants, accommodations, shops and attractions usually reserved for a much larger destination. The town’s German roots are evident today in its charming historic Main Street, which offers some 150 shops, art galleries, museums, bakeries and restaurants in a walkable setting. Fredericksburg, known for decades as a premier shopping destination, offers the best of home decor, western wear, fine art, jewelry, kitchen wares, linens, antiques and more. Fredericksburg is also Texas Wine Country. With over 50 wineries in the area, visitors can sample a diverse range of varietals in picturesque vineyards or boutique tasting rooms. The selection of lodging options in Fredericksburg includes 23 hotel/motels with over 1,100 rooms as well as nearly 1,500 vacation rentals, bed & breakfasts, and guesthouses in the area. Great food and fantastic dining are a fixture in Fredericksburg with more than 100 restaurants that feature everything from fine dinging to regional Texas Hill Country cuisine, to authentic German, Tex-Mex and BBQ. Wineries The Texas Hill Country is home to over 100 wineries and vineyards and Fredericksburg is the beating heart of Texas Wine Country. There are more than 60 wineries, vineyards, and wine tasting rooms located in Fredericksburg's Gillespie County, in addition to dozens more wineries located within an hour or two drive. Fredericksburg’s Urban Wine Trail, which includes more than 10 downtown wineries and wine tasting rooms owned by Fredericksburg wineries, are all within walking distance to historic hotspots, shops and boutiques, and the town’s B&Bs and hotels. Main Street & Shopping Main Street is the center of the action, where you can find more than 150 shops, boutiques and art galleries as well as dozens of restaurants, wine tasting rooms, a brewpubs & distilleries, two museums, and more. Shopping has been a massive draw for tourists that visit Fredericksburg for years, as shops on Main Street are all locally owned and operated by people that call Fredericksburg home. Franchises and chain stores are not allowed in the National Historic District (which runs along Main Street), providing a unique small-town shopping experience. Main Street is also home to two notable museums - the National Museum of the Pacific War at the East End and the Pioneer Museum at the West End. Events Fredericksburg is home to more than 400 festivals and special events each year, in addition to dozens of live music performances each week. From wine events to historical reenactments, the Texas Hill Country is filled with something to entertain just about everyone from the young to the young at heart. Fredericksburg's signature culinary event, the Fredericksburg Food & Wine Fest, takes place at the end of each October and transforms Marktplatz into a foodie paradise with a celebration of all things Texas food and wine. Live music, cooking demonstrations and specialty booths make this a must-do for Fredericksburg visitors and Hill Country residents. WATER The Llano River This beautiful ranch sits along the north bank of the Llano River, with a total of 3,940’ or 0.75 miles of direct river frontage. The defining feature of this river property that rises above any other is PRIVACY! Unlike other properties, there is not a nearby county road running parallel and along the river. This is an offering of large, contiguous blocks of land with large neighbors. From west to east, the divided parcels have the following amount of river frontage: Rancho Rio Ruidoso - 1,185’ or 0.22 miles La Hacienda Rio - 1,955’ or 0.37 miles Rancho El Aguila - 800’ or 0.15 miles Known for its clear water, continuous flow, and shallow rapids flowing over beautiful granite rock formations into larger pools of deep water, the Llano River is a 105-mile-long tributary of the Colorado River. Kayaking, canoeing, swimming, floating, paddle boarding, and fishing can be enjoyed by your entire family. Largemouth bass, Guadalupe bass, channel catfish, blue catfish, and many species of sunfish are native to the river. Ponds, Secondary Creeks & Water Wells Rancho Rio Ruidoso (118.07 ac) There is a secondary creek, lined with intricate granite outcroppings, that enters this portion of the property along the west boundary, then turns south and eventually flows into the Llano River. Along this 4,420’ creek, there are three (3) concrete “spreader” dams that back up water seasonally. The largest is a 0.30 pond on the upper end of the drainage. There is also a 0.25 ac pond with an earthen dam near the west fence line. There are no water wells on this tract. La Hacienda Rio (125.95 ac) Just northwest of the homestead, there is one (1) 0.15 ac earthen pond, surrounded by open pasture. There are no secondary creeks on this tract. There is one (1) water well on this section of the ranch, which provides potable water to the homestead. Rancho El Aguila (62.54 ac) There are three (3) ponds that lie in a north-south chain, almost in the center of this section of the property. The first is a small 0.15 ac pond, then a larger 1.50 ac pond, and finally a 0.50 ac pond. Sitting just south of the last pond is a windmill water well not in operation. There are no secondary creeks on this part of the ranch. LAND The habitat throughout the property consists of an undulating, oak dominated savannah, interspersed with other native tree, brush, and grass species such as Texas persimmon, Mesquite, Cedar elm, Black hickory, Beebrush, and Little bluestem. Live oak is the primary and most visible oak species, with healthy amounts of Post oak, Blackjack oak, and Shinnery oak also present. The elevation generally slopes from north to south and ranges from 1,070’ along the Llano River, up to 1,120’ in the northern pasture areas of the property. The homestead, which sits on the La Hacienda Rio tract, was strategically placed on an isolated hill that is 1,135’ at its peak. Soils consist primarily of deep, fine and course sandy loam throughout the property, which are ideal for wildlife food plot development. There are striking granite rock formations throughout the ranch, the most notable being a 25’ high monolith that sits on the Rancho El Aguila tract. With a basal area of about ½ acre, this rock structure is an easy climb and offers fantastic views of the surrounding Llano River valley. WILDLIFE Llano County is known as the “Deer Capital of Texas” and boasts a county-level population density of over 290 white-tailed deer per thousand acres. Deer are abundant on the ranch, but it is not overpopulated. The ranch has been very lightly grazed by livestock and the deer herd has been kept in check with the habitat, which provides excellent quality and quantities of forage below 6 feet, hiding and escape cover, and thermal cover. Other game species commonly seen on the property include Rio Grande turkey, mourning & white-wing doves, feral hogs, and occasionally Bobwhite quail. Other indigenous wildlife species such as migratory waterfowl, raptors, songbirds, various small mammals, and reptiles are also abundant and are commonly seen.   IMPROVEMENTS Ranch House, Barns, & Electricity The original homestead house, built in 1923, still stands on the La Hacienda Rio tract and is still in use by the landowner. This 3-bedroom, 2-bath bungalow-style home has 1,706 SqFt of living space and a 154 SqFt covered front porch. A 2-car garage with a workshop/storage space sits adjacent to the house. There is one (1) larger sized metal barn just south of the house that is roughly 2,080 SqFt and is currently used to store a tractor and other equipment. There are three (3) additional smaller metal storage sheds on the ranch. Electricity has been extended into each component section of the property and is provided by CTEC. Fencing & Roads All three sections of the ranch have perimeter fencing and it is in good condition. The south fence sits roughly 300’ north of the edge of the river to protect it from fast moving water during times of flooding. There are typical ranch roads in good condition throughout the ranch. All of the tracts have cross fencing and below is the acreage breakdown of each sub-pasture within in each section of the ranch. Rancho Rio Ruidoso (118.07 ac) Upper Pasture - 44.24 ac Lower Pasture - 64.98 ac River Pasture - 8.85 ac La Hacienda Rio (125.95 ac) NW Pasture - 30.72 ac NE Pasture - 23.71 ac Improved Pasture - 16.55 ac Headquarters - 41.40 ac River Pasture - 13.57 ac Rancho El Aguila (62.54 ac) Upper Pasture - 24.26 ac Tilled Field - 10.48 ac East Pasture - 18.45 ac Trap - 4.61 ac River Pasture - 4.74 ac SUMMARY The Johnson Family River Ranch is the finest live-water property currently on the market in the Texas Hill Country. Carefully managed by long-term, conservation minded landowners, this exceptional river ranch has 3,940’ or 0.75 miles of flowing Llano River frontage, high quality, diverse wildlife habitat, and picturesque Hill Country terrain. Located close to Fredericksburg, Austin, and Horseshoe Bay, this quiet, semi-remote property offers the opportunity to establish your family’s very own legacy ranch.   FINANCIAL / TITLE The Johnson Family River Ranch is offered as follows in Cash or at Terms acceptable solely at the discretion of the Seller: A) The entire property, consisting of 306.56± ac, is offered at $10,630,000 or $34,675/ac. B) Rancho Rio Ruidoso, consisting of 118.07± ac, is offered at $4,035,000 or $34,175/ac. C) La Hacienda Rio, consisting of 125.95± ac, is offered at $4,390,000 or $34,855/ac. D) Rancho El Aguila, consisting of 62.54± ac, is offered at $2,205,000 or $35,257/ac. 1. Offers to purchase or letters of intent must be in writing and accompanied by 1.00% of the purchase price to the escrow account at Hill Country Titles in Fredericksburg, TX. 2. The Sellers will provide and pay for a standard owner’s title insurance policy. Title to the real property will be conveyed by a general or special warranty deed. 3. The Sellers will provide a new survey. 4. Mineral rights which the Sellers own will be conveyed to the Buyer at Closing. 5. All water right claims controlled by the Sellers will be transferred to the Buyer at Closing. 6. The property lies in the Llano ISD. 7. Sensible deed restrictions, included in this packet, will be put in place at closing to maintain the integrity of the local area. 8. The 2023 ag-exempt property taxes are estimated to be: a. $1,092.83 for the entire property b. $99.32 for Ranch Rio Ruidoso c. $940.90 for La Hacienda Rio d. $52.61 for Rancho El Aguila This entire Offering is subject to errors, omissions, prior sale, change or withdrawal without notice and approval of purchase by the Seller. Information regarding land classifications and acreages are intended only as general guidelines and have been obtained from sources deemed reliable; however, accuracy is not warranted or guaranteed by the Seller or Anders Ranch Realty. Prospective Buyers should verify all information to their sole and complete satisfaction. SHOWN BY APPOINTMENT ONLY – DO NOT TRESPASS. Buyer’s brokers/agents must be identified on first contact and must accompany buying prospect on first showing to be allocated full fee participation. If this condition is not met, fee participation will be at the sole discretion of Anders Ranch Realty.
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$859,000  •  237 acres
$945,000
Vast open vistas are the setting for this 237-acre ranch with views of Mt. Shasta and surrounding valley. This fully fenced property offers 35 acres of farm ground irrigated with two-wheel lines retrieving water from the Pit River. Potential of an additional 170 acres dry land farm ground. The custom 1800 sf home is a delight with two bedrooms and two baths in addition to the upstairs loft. Detached garage, shop and pole barn. If you are looking for peace of mind, quiet space, and incredible views, this is the ideal place to be. Property Highlights: • 25 HP pump in the Pit River. • Potential of an additional 170 acres dry land farm ground. • Wrap around porch on two sides and covered patio in back. • Interior open space with living, dining and kitchen under cathedral knotty pine ceilings. • Granite counters set off the corner kitchen, stainless appliances and intricate tile imported from England. • Floor to ceiling river rock hearth holds court for the wood stove. • Built in bookcase leads to the upper loft overlooking the living area. • Unique tile shower/sunken baths in both bathrooms. • Radiant heat floors keep this lovely home warm and cozy. • Beautiful sold pine doors throughout. • Large laundry with door to covered porch. • The home is constructed of brick, with partial stucco siding and a metal roof. • Detached two car garage. • The area around the home is ready for your landscaping ideas. • Underground power to the home and domestic well. • 35x35 metal shop at the property entry. • Small animal shelter plus a 40x120 pole barn. • Solar electric fencing holds the small herd of cows in the pasture.
$1,250,000  •  220 acres
Under Contract
Best Bet Beeflot is located 11 minutes from the town of La Junta, an agricultural hub in southeastern Colorado. La Junta is home to two major livestock auctions, providing ideal opportunities for buying and selling cattle or connecting with other cattle producers who would send cattle to the yard to feed. Best Bet includes 220+/- acres of diverse land along with water rights for irrigation, a feed mill, and a grow yard permitted at 4,000 head of cattle. The property also includes a quaint three-bedroom, two-bathroom home with central air and modern upgrades. The yard is beautifully landscaped and overlooks an irrigated pasture. There is also a detached garage, a large storage building, pipe corrals, and a roping arena near the home. The ranch is fenced and cross-fenced with water hydrants and tanks thoughtfully placed throughout. Located on the north end of the property is an irrigation pond surrounded by trees and well-sodded pasture, which create a diverse landscape and an ideal habitat for deer and several species of game birds. The property's location is ideal for buying local crops to supply the feed mill. This turnkey income-earning opportunity can create a stepping stone into larger agricultural endeavors by providing the cash flow that a typical cattle ranch can't generate.
$999,000  •  217.5 acres
Welcome to this hard to find Sully County acreage located to the east of Agar, South Dakota. The property offers 150 acres +/- of tillable soil, with 9 acres of shelter belts. The soil has an average CPI rating of 70.51 CPI with 120 acres boasting an 80 and above CPI. The acreage is loaded with pheasant and whitetail deer for world class hunting. The house, outbuildings, and RV pad make this a perfect spot for your hunting or farming opportunity. For more information or to set up a qualified showing please contact Mark Schweigert. FEATURES Several outbuildings including a 40x80 Morton building Property was loaded with pheasants and whitetail deer 70.15 CPI average with 121 acres +/- at 80 and above CPI 150 acres +/- of tillable soil 9 acres of shelter belts 18 miles east of Agar, South Dakota 28 miles north east of Onida, South Dakota 50 miles north east of Pierre, South Dakota 4 bedroom, 1 bath house with newer roof and gutters House is "as is", excellent opportunity for a remodel RV pad with sewer and electric
$1,950,000  •  153 acres
Explore 401 CR 332, Ballinger, TX - a versatile 153-acre property with a stock pond, 40x60 shop, and barn. This functional space includes a 6-bedroom residence with a large balcony and a spacious kitchen. Discover comfort and luxury in this practical property.
$299,000  •  150 acres
Looking for creek frontage......imagine 1 mile of Rush Creek flowing through 150 acres, throw in 3 springs, a spring fed pond, two domestic wells plus a homesite with all utilities overlooking a beautiful, picturesque valley! Here's your chance to own 150 acres on 299 for $299! Rush Creek is a fantastic fishery for native brown trout. Property Highlights: • Improvements for the homesite sit at the end of the property with a wide-open view of Round Valley including a two-car garage, house pad, 200-amp electrical panel, well, septic and road. • There is an additional well (no pump) in the pasture below the homesite. • Property is fenced and cross fenced. There are several access points along the highway. • Boarders Modoc National Forest • The seller states that the property can be split according to Modoc County. • Power is supplied by Surprise Valley Electric with very reasonable rates. • The creek meanders through a beautiful pine, cedar and oak stand recently brushed to expose the beauty of the forest and sustaining fire safety.
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$849,000  •  144 acres
$875,000
Welcome to Cornwell Ranch, a stunning 144 +/- acre property with majestic views located in Groveland, CA, just 21 miles away from the gates of Yosemite National Park. This exceptional ranch comprises three parcels, each offering a plethora of potential building sites, allowing you to choose the perfect spot for your dream home. With city water and power readily available, the convenience of modern amenities is at your fingertips. As you explore the rolling hills of Cornwell Ranch, you'll be captivated by the magnificent landscape adorned with tall pine trees and picturesque oak trees. The natural beauty of this property creates an enchanting setting, ideal for creating your private oasis. Cornwell Ranch already boasts a substantial barn and garage, providing ample space for all your equipment needs. Whether you're a hobby farmer, an outdoor enthusiast, or simply appreciate the charm of a rural lifestyle, this property offers endless possibilities. One of the remarkable advantages of Cornwell Ranch is its central location. Just three miles from the heart of Groveland, you'll enjoy easy access to shopping, dining, and entertainment options. Additionally, this exquisite ranch is conveniently situated three hours away from the bustling Bay Area and a mere 2.5 hours from vibrant Sacramento. This one-of-a-kind ranch presents an extraordinary opportunity to embrace a serene and fulfilling way of life. Don't miss out on the chance to make Cornwell Ranch your own. Contact us today to schedule a private showing and immerse yourself in the beauty and tranquility this remarkable property has to offer. Property Highlights: • 144 +/- Acre property with majestic views • 21 miles from Yosemite National Park • City water and Power available • Structures include a barn and garage • Hobby farmer or outdoor enthusiast • 3 miles from the heart of Groveland • 3 hours away from the Bay Area • 5 hours from Sacramento
$440,000  •  132 acres
This low-fenced hunting property sits north of Robert Lee in Central Texas. This Texas hunting property has good cover and a 3 bed 2 bath house. The hunting consists of populations of Whitetail, Mule Deer, Axis, Quail, and Dove.
$4,390,000  •  125.95 acres
INTRODUCTION La Hacienda Rio is the center tract of The Johnson Family River Ranch, a premier live water river ranch along the north bank of the Llano River that has been in the same family for over 100 years. This gorgeous, diverse Texas Hill Country property is ideally located 50 minutes from historic Fredericksburg, 40 minutes from Horseshoe Bay, 1.5 hours from Austin, and 12 minutes from Llano. With 1,185’ or 0.22 miles of uninterrupted Llano River frontage, a diverse mixture of mature oak and Pecan tree cover, scattered tillable pastures, stunning granite rock formations, deep loamy soils, distant panoramic views, and fantastic hunting, this exceptional legacy river property is perfect for a family recreational ranch or full-time residence. The ranch is being offered in three (3) tracts consisting of 118.07 ac (Rancho Rio Ruidoso), 125.05 ac (La Hacienda Rio), and 62.54 ac (Rancho El Aguila) or in a single contiguous tract of 306.56 ac. In addition, the adjacent upper section of the parent property, known as San Fernando Creek Ranch, is also offered for sale. San Fernando Creek Ranch consists of 558.40 ac with 6,865’ or 1.30 miles of frontage along both sides of San Fernando Creek and can be purchased in its entirety or in two (2) separate tracts of 277.29 ac (West Tract) or 281.11 ac (East Tract). LOCATION AND ACCESS The ranch sits in the heart of the Texas Hill Country and is located 50 minutes from historic Fredericksburg, 40 minutes from Horseshoe Bay, 1.5 hours from Austin, and 12 minutes from Llano. The property sits just south of TX-29. Primary access is via CR 102 and Rue Rd., a gated, recorded and well-maintained easement road, which runs along the north boundary of the property. Nearby Fredericksburg Fredericksburg is the epicenter and premier destination of the Texas Hill Country and boasts a small-town feel with the restaurants, accommodations, shops and attractions usually reserved for a much larger destination. The town’s German roots are evident today in its charming historic Main Street, which offers some 150 shops, art galleries, museums, bakeries and restaurants in a walkable setting. Fredericksburg, known for decades as a premier shopping destination, offers the best of home decor, western wear, fine art, jewelry, kitchen wares, linens, antiques and more. Fredericksburg is also Texas Wine Country. With over 50 wineries in the area, visitors can sample a diverse range of varietals in picturesque vineyards or boutique tasting rooms. The selection of lodging options in Fredericksburg includes 23 hotel/motels with over 1,100 rooms as well as nearly 1,500 vacation rentals, bed & breakfasts, and guesthouses in the area. Great food and fantastic dining are a fixture in Fredericksburg with more than 100 restaurants that feature everything from fine dinging to regional Texas Hill Country cuisine, to authentic German, Tex-Mex and BBQ. Wineries The Texas Hill Country is home to over 100 wineries and vineyards and Fredericksburg is the beating heart of Texas Wine Country. There are more than 60 wineries, vineyards, and wine tasting rooms located in Fredericksburg's Gillespie County, in addition to dozens more wineries located within an hour or two drive. Fredericksburg’s Urban Wine Trail, which includes more than 10 downtown wineries and wine tasting rooms owned by Fredericksburg wineries, are all within walking distance to historic hotspots, shops and boutiques, and the town’s B&Bs and hotels. Main Street & Shopping Main Street is the center of the action, where you can find more than 150 shops, boutiques and art galleries as well as dozens of restaurants, wine tasting rooms, a brewpubs & distilleries, two museums, and more. Shopping has been a massive draw for tourists that visit Fredericksburg for years, as shops on Main Street are all locally owned and operated by people that call Fredericksburg home. Franchises and chain stores are not allowed in the National Historic District (which runs along Main Street), providing a unique small-town shopping experience. Main Street is also home to two notable museums - the National Museum of the Pacific War at the East End and the Pioneer Museum at the West End. Events Fredericksburg is home to more than 400 festivals and special events each year, in addition to dozens of live music performances each week. From wine events to historical reenactments, the Texas Hill Country is filled with something to entertain just about everyone from the young to the young at heart. Fredericksburg's signature culinary event, the Fredericksburg Food & Wine Fest, takes place at the end of each October and transforms Marktplatz into a foodie paradise with a celebration of all things Texas food and wine. Live music, cooking demonstrations and specialty booths make this a must-do for Fredericksburg visitors and Hill Country residents. WATER The Llano River This beautiful ranch sits along the north bank of the Llano River, with a total of 1,955’ or 0.37 miles of direct river frontage. The defining feature of this river property that rises above any other is PRIVACY! Unlike other properties, there is not a nearby county road running parallel and along the river. This is an offering of large, contiguous blocks of land with large neighbors. The amount of river frontage for the entire property and the individual tracts is shown below: Johnson Family River Ranch - 3,940’ or 0.75 miles (All tracts combined) Rancho Rio Ruidoso - 1,185’ or 0.22 miles La Hacienda Rio - 1,955’ or 0.37 miles Rancho El Aguila - 800’ or 0.15 miles Known for its clear water, continuous flow, and shallow rapids flowing over beautiful granite rock formations into larger pools of deep water, the Llano River is a 105-mile-long tributary of the Colorado River. Kayaking, canoeing, swimming, floating, paddle boarding, and fishing can be enjoyed by your entire family. Largemouth bass, Guadalupe bass, channel catfish, blue catfish, and many species of sunfish are native to the river. Ponds, Secondary Creeks & Water Wells Just northwest of the homestead, there is one (1) 0.15 ac earthen pond, surrounded by open pasture. There are no secondary creeks on this tract. There is one (1) water well on this section of the ranch, which provides potable water to the homestead. LAND The habitat throughout the property consists of an undulating, oak dominated savannah, interspersed with other native tree, brush, and grass species such as Texas persimmon, Mesquite, Cedar elm, Black hickory, Beebrush, and Little bluestem. Live oak is the primary and most visible oak species, with healthy amounts of Post oak, Blackjack oak, and Shinnery oak also present. The elevation generally slopes from north to south and ranges from 1,070’ along the Llano River, up to 1,120’ in the northern pasture areas of the property. The homestead, which sits on the La Hacienda Rio tract, was strategically placed on an isolated hill that is 1,135’ at its peak. Soils consist primarily of deep, fine and course sandy loam throughout the property, which are ideal for wildlife food plot development. WILDLIFE Llano County is known as the “Deer Capital of Texas” and boasts a county-level population density of over 290 white-tailed deer per thousand acres. Deer are abundant on the ranch, but it is not overpopulated. The ranch has been very lightly grazed by livestock and the deer herd has been kept in check with the habitat, which provides excellent quality and quantities of forage below 6 feet, hiding and escape cover, and thermal cover. Other game species commonly seen on the property include Rio Grande turkey, mourning & white-wing doves, feral hogs, and occasionally Bobwhite quail. Other indigenous wildlife species such as migratory waterfowl, raptors, songbirds, various small mammals, and reptiles are also abundant and are commonly seen. IMPROVEMENTS Ranch House, Barns, & Electricity The original homestead house, built in 1923, still stands on the La Hacienda Rio tract and is still in use by the landowner. This 3-bedroom, 2-bath bungalow-style home has 1,706 SqFt of living space and a 154 SqFt covered front porch. A 2-car garage with a workshop/storage space sits adjacent to the house. There is one (1) larger sized metal barn just south of the house that is roughly 2,080 SqFt and is currently used to store a tractor and other equipment. There are three (3) additional smaller metal storage sheds on the ranch. Fencing, Roads, & Electricity The property is perimeter and cross- fenced and all fences are in good condition. The south fence sits roughly 300’ north of the edge of the river to protect it from fast moving water during times of flooding. Below is the acreage breakdown of each sub-pasture within the property. There are typical ranch roads in good condition throughout the ranch. Electricity has been extended into the property and is provided by CTEC. NW Pasture - 30.72 ac NE Pasture - 23.71 ac Improved Pasture - 16.55 ac Headquarters - 41.40 ac River Pasture - 13.57 ac SUMMARY La Hacienda Rio is among the finest live-water properties currently on the market in the Texas Hill Country. Carefully managed by long-term, conservation minded landowners, this exceptional river ranch has 1,955’ or 0.37 miles of flowing Llano River frontage, high quality, diverse wildlife habitat, and picturesque Hill Country terrain. Located close to Fredericksburg, Austin, and Horseshoe Bay, this quiet, semi-remote property offers the opportunity to establish your family’s very own legacy ranch.  FINANCIAL / TITLE The Johnson Family River Ranch is offered as follows in Cash or at Terms acceptable solely at the discretion of the Seller: La Hacienda Rio, consisting of 125.95± ac, is offered at $4,390,000 or $34,855/ac. Other options include: A) The entire Johnson Family River Ranch, consisting of 306.56± ac, is offered at $10,630,000 or $34,675/ac. B) Rancho Rio Ruidoso, consisting of 118.07± ac, is offered at $4,035,000 or $34,175/ac. C) Rancho El Aguila, consisting of 62.54± ac, is offered at $2,205,000 or $35,257/ac. 1. Offers to purchase or letters of intent must be in writing and accompanied by 1.00% of the purchase price to the escrow account at Hill Country Titles in Fredericksburg, TX. 2. The Sellers will provide and pay for a standard owner’s title insurance policy. Title to the real property will be conveyed by a general or special warranty deed. 3. The Sellers will provide a new survey. 4. Mineral rights which the Sellers own will be conveyed to the Buyer at Closing. 5. All water right claims controlled by the Sellers will be transferred to the Buyer at Closing. 6. The property lies in the Llano ISD. 7. Sensible deed restrictions, included in this packet, will be put in place at closing to maintain the integrity of the local area. 8. The 2023 ag-exempt property taxes are estimated to be: a. $1,092.83 for the entire property b. $99.32 for Ranch Rio Ruidoso c. $940.90 for La Hacienda Rio d. $52.61 for Rancho El Aguila This entire Offering is subject to errors, omissions, prior sale, change or withdrawal without notice and approval of purchase by the Seller. Information regarding land classifications and acreages are intended only as general guidelines and have been obtained from sources deemed reliable; however, accuracy is not warranted or guaranteed by the Seller or Anders Ranch Realty. Prospective Buyers should verify all information to their sole and complete satisfaction. SHOWN BY APPOINTMENT ONLY – DO NOT TRESPASS. Buyer’s brokers/agents must be identified on first contact and must accompany buying prospect on first showing to be allocated full fee participation. If this condition is not met, fee participation will be at the sole discretion of Anders Ranch Realty.
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$1,000,000  •  120 acres
This rare opportunity to own a fully operational 120-acre cattle ranch where you can work and live on-site is here, welcome to 3500 Island Rd. Imagine waking up to breathtaking, unobstructed views of the Cascade Mountains and Mt. Adams. This turnkey operation includes everything you need to be operational on day one. Parcel 1 has 40 shares of ''A'' water and Parcel 2 has 32 shares of ''B'' water from Wapato Irrigation delivered through gravity-fed pipes. The meticulously maintained property embraces sustainable practices, balancing agriculture, water conservation, and wildlife habitat. Let your livestock roam freely and graze safely on diverse native plants within the secure fencing. Enjoy the bounty of the land with raised garden beds and a variety of fruit trees like crab apples, elderberry, and apricots. In the heart of the property sits a comfortable 1,792 sq ft. manufactured home, perfectly positioned next to your working facilities. A machine shed, barn, tack room, calving shed, horse corral, hay shed, and even a pond provide everything you need for a successful and fulfilling ranching life. Embrace the peace and tranquility while practicing rotational grazing to maintain healthy pastures for your animals. This incredible property has so much to offer - come see it for yourself and discover the possibilities! Cattle and all equipment is negotiable.
Reduced
$1,500,000  •  108 acres
$1,750,000
Welcome to this charming ranch built in 1913, historically a dairy farm, located in the quaint town of Loleta, California. This delightful craftsman-style farm house spans a generous 3514 square feet and is nestled on a sprawling 108 acres of beautiful organic pasture land. With its rich history and rural charm, this rare Loleta Bottoms property is a perfect retreat for those seeking tranquility and a connection to the land. The ranch offers an additional ADU- living space, making it versatile for both personal use and potential vacation rental by owner (VRBO) opportunities. The ranch boasts three separate barns: the Milk Barn, Hay Barn, and Feeding Barn, each serving its own purpose in its dairy roots, but all in good condition. The holding corral allows for efficient management of livestock, while a three-stall garage, shop, and equipment garage provide ample space for storage and hobbies. Currently home for 70 Certified Organic Angus, this ranch generates a steady income for its leased organic pasture. This property offers a truly unique opportunity for those with a passion for agriculture, history, and the joy of rural living. These Humboldt County coastal ranches rarely if ever come on the market, usually handed down through the generations. Embrace this once-in-a-lifetime chance to become the next steward of this remarkable coastal ranch. Property Highlights: • Historic Dairy - built in 1913 • 108 Acres - prime organic pasture • Coastal Ranch - mild year round weather • 3516 sq. ft. Craftsman ranch home • 5 bedroom / 2.5 baths • Additional Dwelling Unit - 224 sq. ft. • Large Feeding Barn - 3,700 sq. ft. • Hay Barn - 3,600 sq. ft. • Milk barn • Detached 3 car garage • Peace & quiet of Loleta Bottoms Virtual Tour: https://tour.giraffe360.com/1f6a9f9e06f04bb5b7bb304339bdedda/
$3,000,000  •  100 acres
Welcome to the epitome of Oregon living! Nestled amongst the trees and valleys you will experience privacy and seclusion on your very own 100 acres complete with vineyard, pasture, and timberland. This one-of-a kind property is completely off-grid with a 5KW solar system, 13.5KW Kuboda diesel back-up generator, 2 private wells, 2500-gallon gravity feed water storage system, 1000-gallon diesel tank, and 500-gallon propane tank. The custom 2000+ sqft farmhouse was built in 2000 with modern conveniences and old-world charm including wrap around porch, open beam ceilings, wood floors, masonry fireplace, formal dining, 36" gas range, mud room, gas stove, custom built-ins, insulated 4-car garage, back deck with hot tub, and more! Utilize the 10 acres of Pinot Noir grapes with your very own tasting & barrel room. The 3600 sqft building offers an inviting tasting space with wood stove, a barrel room with exposed beam ceiling that could double as an event space, unfinished upper level for an extra 1800 sqft plus custom barn doors, a 2400 sqft equipment shed, and deck area that overlooks the mountains, vineyard, and valley. These grapes have received a 93-point wine rating! Other outbuildings include a 36x44 2-story pole barn with concrete floor, chicken coop, a large greenhouse, 2 well houses, potting shed, and a covered concrete patio complete with a wood fired pizza oven. This serene setting has southern and eastern exposure that includes 70 acres of forest and backs to BLM old growth forest with an abundance of wildlife. Every direction you look has breathtaking views of the mountains and valleys. This property offers so many possibilities including income opportunities from the the timber and vineyard, creating your dream hobby farm, or just simply retreating into your own private Umpqua Valley paradise!
$1,450,000  •  67 acres
67 acres of irrigated farmland near Niwot with water rights.
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