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$30,000,000  •  12,445 acres
Hedgpeth Ranch is a beautiful 12,445 acre property: a private hilltop estate with 50 acres of vineyard, a private lake with 22 acres of surface area and a storage capacity of 602.7 acre-feet of water, 87 miles of road and some of the largest Redwoods in Sonoma County. The property includes a grove of over 100 Old Growth Coast Redwood trees, the largest of which is nearly 13 feet in diameter. A road system of approximately 87 miles throughout the property offers convenient access. What makes Hedgpeth special, in addition to the privacy it affords, is the natural and beautiful scenery throughout the ranch. The Hedgpeth Lake is a private freshwater reservoir that may be enjoyed for swimming, boating, fishing, and other aquatic activities. The lake also has 22 acres of usable surface area for fishing and recreation. There is a series of creeks that flow throughout the property which include House Creek, Allen Creek, Pepperwood Creek, Danfield Creek, and Cow Creek. Nearby attractions include Harold Richardson Redwoods Reserve and Salt Point State Park. Hedgpeth Ranch is 8 miles from Timber Cove, 11 miles from Cazadero, 32 miles from Healdsburg and 52 miles from Downtown Santa Rosa and 70 miles from San Francisco. Investment Highlights + 12,445 acres located on the Sonoma Coast + Approximately 30 miles from Santa Rosa and 70 Miles from San Francisco + 7,500 acres of commercial forest, including old growth Redwood trees and high quality timber, provide for great investment potential + Wildlife species make Hedgpeth an excellent hunting ground + The diverse terrain and beautiful scenery allow for a variety of activities such as horseback riding, ATV riding and hiking + In the Southwest section of the property lies Hedgpeth Lake that can be used for agricultural purposes, swimming and fishing + Hedgpeth Ranch is a pristine location for vineyard winery and orchard creation because of the great coastal weather of the Sonoma Coast; current 50-acre lease in place with Jackson Family Wines (lease expiration date: 12/1/2027 with an option to extend for five (5) years) + Hedgpeth can be an excellent location to raise cattle and livestock as there are already improvements onsite that are available for use, such as a feeder barn, horse stable and a rancher residence + Other potential uses include: commercial equestrian facility, dairy, slaughterhouse, wine tasting room, and farm stand + Hedgpeth receives favorable property tax treatment via the Williamson Act (also known as the California Land Conservation Act of 1965) + The Hedgpeth Ranch has 97 underlying land patents or partial patents. With the merger of parcels too small for the Ag zoning designation, there are 87 potential Certificates of Compliance available for the ownership + Outstanding grove of over 100 Old Growth Coast Redwood trees with a beautiful walking path + Solar power generation potential + Wind power generation potential
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$19,750,000  •  5,920 acres
With 5,920± deeded acres, the Escalante Ranch represents a rare opportunity for ownership/stewardship of a true legacy livestock operation, big game hunting ranch, and recreational and wildlife preserve here in Western Colorado. A true historic jewel situated between Grand Junction and Delta in the spectacular canyon country of the Uncompahgre Plateau. Escalante Ranch borders the beautiful Dominguez-Escalante National Conservation Area comprised of 210,172± acres of protected public lands and includes the 66,280-acre Dominguez Canyon Wilderness. Known for its breathtaking scenery, Dominguez-Escalante NCA is a fine example of the spectacular canyon country of the Uncompahgre Plateau. Red-rock canyons and sandstone bluffs hold geological and paleontological resources spanning 600 million years, as well as many cultural and historic sites. The Ute Tribes today consider these pinyon-juniper–covered lands an important connection to their ancestral past. The ranch lies 25 miles south of Grand Junction and 12 miles northwest of Delta, Colorado. Stretching from the Gunnison River to the top of the Uncompahgre Plateau, it covers approximately 5,920± deeded acres and over 100,000± acres of BLM and National Forest grazing allotments. This contiguous block of land (deeded, BLM, and NF lands) is approximately 6 miles wide and 30 miles long, with the elevation ranging from 4,600 feet along the Gunnison River in the lower elevations with beautiful mesa benches, red-rock canyons, and sandstone bluffs and then work their way up to the higher alpine elevations of over 9,200feet of the Uncompahgre Plateau with its gorgeous alpine setting of aspen, pine, oaks, and pristine mountain meadows. The change in elevation makes for unusually dry mild winters down in the lower elevations where the ranch headquarters are located and cooler moist summers in the higher alpine country. It is the ideal home and livestock setup for a 1,400 head cow-calf operation with both BLM and NF grazing allotments. With 100,000± acres of BLM and National Forest livestock grazing permits of which these permits are contiguous to the 5,920± deeded acres which gives this legacy ranch approximately 105,950± acres or 165± square miles of Deeded, BLM, and National Forest lands. The ranch (known as the Musser Ranch for the last 100 years) was amassed by the Musser brothers, Jack & Tom, and their father over the last 100 years. The Musser brothers were known for their promotion and sale of Beefmaster cattle. The ranch changed ownership in 1990 when purchased by Dick Miller, an east slope farmer whose family still actively manages the ranch and their farming operations today. HUNTING: The Escalante Ranch provides non-guided Big Game hunts in Unit 62 on the Uncompahgre Plateau with approximately 5,920± acres of private land owned by the ranch, along with 100,000± acres of adjoining BLM and NF lands. In addition to having complete access to private land holdings within the National Forest and BLM, the ranch will provide cabins or the main ranch house as accommodations for your hunting party. GMU 62 has in recent years become quite renowned for producing trophy bull elk in the 340” class and larger, with several 360” - 370” plus bulls having been harvested. Unit 62 has over the counter bull elk tags for archery and two rifle seasons, except for muzzleloader and 1st rifle seasons, which are typically easy to draw. Mule deer numbers for Unit 62 are somewhat down, but the genetics are there for big muley bucks, with exceptional bucks in the 170” to 200” plus class taken each year. Deer tags for Unit 62 are on a total draw system but fairly easy to draw. Escalante Ranch does receive several landowner buck tags each year through the Landowner Preference Program as well. Escalante Ranch is home to the largest herd of Desert Bighorn sheep in Colorado. Other hunting opportunities include: desert bighorn sheep, black bear, lion, turkey, small game, waterfowl, chukar, and quail. Don't forget the fishing, kayaking, rafting, and camping opportunities with 10± miles of Escalante Creek and 8± miles of the Gunnison River traversing through the deeded lands. WATER RIGHTS: There is an extensive list of deeded water rights for irrigation purposes, numerous springs, storage ponds, and reservoirs. The ranch currently irrigates approximately 900± acres for both hay production and pasture.
$9,000,000  •  5,331 acres
The Prewitt Ranch has over two miles of live water along the North Platte River. This working ranch combines live water, irrigated fields, expansive summer pastures, tremendous recreational opportunities and good year-round access. Located in a historic area along the corridor of the Oregon Trail and the Pony Express. The property is in a great central location within an easy drive to numerous towns and recreational areas. The ranch has been in the same family since the late 1800s. The ranch is comprised of 7,589± total acres, which includes 5,331± deeded acres, 240± acres of BLM Grazing Permit and 2,018± acres of State Lease. Historically it has been run as a traditional cow/calf operation, but would also be conducive to running yearlings. The farming operation includes 210 acres of irrigated land under two electric center pivot sprinklers. Summary: -Location-Between Guernsey and Lingle, Wyoming. -Acreage- 7,589± total acres, which includes 5,331± deeded acres, 240± acres of BLM Grazing Permit and 2,018± acres of State Lease. -Operation- Currently being run as a traditional cow/calf operation. 210 acres of irrigated land under two electric center pivot sprinklers. -Improvements- The headquarters includes a modular home, Morton barn with calving pens, pipe & continuous fence corrals, cement block shop/garage, and mobile home hookup. -Water Resources- Over 2 miles of the North Platte River, 2 irrigation wells, 7 electric wells, 4 windmills, 1 solar well. -Wildlife & Recreation- Pronghorn Antelope, Whitetail Deer and Mule Deer along with Turkeys, Geese and Ducks. The North Platte River offers fishing for Brown, Rainbow & Tiger Trout, along with Channel Catfish, Walleye, and Yellow Perch. Visit ArnoldRealty.com for maps and more info or call listing broker, Jim Pederson at 307-746-2083.
$4,399,000  •  2,928 acres
The 2,928 +/- acres Arnerich Ranch is approximately 5 miles from Mt. Hamilton and 19 miles from the City of San Jose in Santa Clara County. The Arnerich Ranch has remained with the same family since 1939, it consists of 18 certified parcels all enrolled in the Williamson Act, it has end of the road privacy and feels completely off the grid! It has a modest 1,400 sq ft ranch house built in 1970, along with Metal barn and shed. Traditionally the ranch has supported 50 head of cattle between November and June. The ranch has ideal conditions for hunting pigs, blacktail deer, quail, predators and even ducks! The ranch is approximately 70% fenced in with the exception of the South West portion. It is being sold As-Is Property Highlights: • 2928 contagious acres in Santa Clara County • 18 parcels all in the Williamson Act • family/legacy ranch potential, cattle & hunting • hunting includes; deer, pig, predator, quail and duck • 19 miles from the city of San Jose, Ca. • modest 1,400 sq ft home, w/ metal barn and shed • 70% fenced • solid dirt/gravel road system requiring minimal to normal annual maintenance
$2,775,000  •  2,921 acres
Bumpy Road Ranch is a recreational paradise conveniently located 12 miles west of Scottsbluff, Nebraska. A ranch with this kind of beauty and wildlife is not only hard to find in western Nebraska but rarely comes on the market. This ranch has been in the same family for many years. Situated just west of the Wildcat Hills, the ranch has all the attributes of a great hunting property and wildlife refuge. The Bumpy Road Ranch is loaded with tremendous habitat and protection for wildlife throughout. The lower elevation portion provides forage through the winter, and the nearby farmland provides additional great food sources. The varied topography is truly beautiful and features dark timbered hillsides with deep draws and canyons as well as open pastures for grazing. Long fingers of trees reflect the stark elevation changes of 4,200 feet near the improvements to the elevated pastures of 4,900 feet. All of this lends itself to great scenic vistas for horseback riding, hiking, birding, snowshoeing, and cross country skiing.
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Contact for Price  •  2,840 acres
One of the most unique tracts to hit the market in a generation is now available: a conveniently isolated, turn-key, riverfront property with lodges, waterfalls, excellent hunting, and diverse timber. Located on the Alabama River in the Suggsville community, an area rich with history where land is rarely available, renowned for quality timber production, large landowners, and fantastic hunting, located minutes from Highway 84, a short drive from Grove Hill, Monroeville, multiple sawmills and pulp / paper mills, several airports, and just 1.5-2 hours from Mobile & Baldwin Counties. As you enter the property, you feel like you’re in a national park as you’re greeted by old-growth, unthinned timber. Both the main lodge and guest cabin overlook Cedar Creek, a wide, year-round creek that looks like a fly fishing river out of Montana, which flows through the property for 3+ miles, offering multiple waterfalls and superb fishing, swimming, canoeing/kayaking, and ATV opportunities. The main lodge has 4 bedrooms and 2 baths, a screened-in porch, an outdoor dining/rec room, and a new deck. The guest cabin is located out of sight but within walking distance from the main lodge, perfect for extended family, kids, or a caretaker. It has a full kitchen, 5 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, and a sleeping loft that could sleep ~10 people on its own. There’s another small cabin nearby overlooking a massive waterfall that was used for cookouts, etc. in the past but could also serve as a bunk house if needed. The timber value appraised at over $4 million, consisting primarily of mature bottomland hardwood and upland pine/hardwood, with the balance in areas of pre-merchantable pine/hardwood and a cypress pond, providing diverse wildlife habitat and significant income opportunities through timber sales, carbon credit leasing, tax shelter, and mitigation credits. This area is known for abundant deer, turkey, small game, and waterfowl; this property is no exception. Mature whitetail bucks are seen regularly throughout the network of strategically placed food plots, turkey numbers and habitat are outstanding, the duck hunting opportunities are comparable to areas much further north, and you can also chase wild hog, squirrel, or rabbit. The ~1 mile of Alabama River frontage offers additional fishing, skiing, and boating opportunities along with significant conservation value. This tract is ideal for a conservation easement, with the probability it could pay for the property without affecting the intended use at all, all while ensuring it remains a legacy property. As you may have noticed, the reoccurring theme here is opportunity! This tract checks all the boxes, so don’t miss your chance to see it. Call Clint Flowers, ALC at 855.NLR.LAND for more information. Please note: Listing agent is an owner in this property.
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$4,500,000  •  2,201 acres
Southwest Colorado hunting, fishing, and cattle ranch for sale. 1612 deeded acres with contiguous 589 acre BLM grazing lease bordered on 3 sides by endless miles of BLM and National Forest for hunting, hiking, and four wheeling. West Pass Creek snakes through the entire ranch for over 3 miles providing livestock water and fishing from one end of the ranch to the other and fills two large reservoirs on the ranch providing excellent fishing, waterfowl habit, irrigation storage, and natural beauty. LIVING QUARTERS Comfortable 1300 square foot log cabin was built in 1993 but looks and feels much newer. Open floor plan with large living room, full kitchen, laundry room, 3 bedrooms, one full bathroom and a large covered deck. Expansive views of the ranch, The Cochetopa Dome, and surrounding mountains from inside and out. Additional living quarters include a rustic log cabin bunkhouse near the main cabin and a small A-Frame cabin in the valley across the road that could be renovated. IMPROVEMENTS Additional improvements include another rustic log cabin that houses the backup generator, a large underground root cellar, loafing shed and corrals, and a massive 40 x 100 insulated shop with a concrete floor providing ample room to store hay, park equipment, trucks and toys, and still have room for an indoor archery range. Property is fully perimeter fenced and cross fenced into multiple pastures. The entire ranch including the improvements and fencing is tight and right. This isn't a fixer upper or a project ranch. RANCHING/LIVESTOCK Currently holds 250 pair from June 1 thru Sept 30. Over 13cfs in surface water rights, a 600gpm artesian well, and multiple springs currently irrigate approximately 300 acres of the property. Historical ditches are in place to expand the irrigate acreage on the west end of the ranch. HUNTING/WILDLIFE Cochetopa Dome Ranch sits in a valley at the foot of The Cochetopa Dome and the base of North Pass, or locally known as Cochetopa Pass. This ranch is the nearest irrigated hay pasture to The Dome and mountain ranges to the north and east. You hunters know what that means. The ranch is a drive through fast food stop for breakfast and dinner for large herds of elk and deer. Bear, antelope and other wildlife frequent the lush green pastures and they all share the ponds on the ranch with ducks, geese and other migratory birds. 3 miles of West Pass Creek and 2 large reservoirs make for great trout fishing. Located in GMU's 551 and 67 there are over the counter options and the ranch is currently enrolled in the Land Owner Preference Program and drew 4 elk tags, 3 deer tags, and 2 antelope tags last year. Year round access on paved state highway. 31 miles to Gunnison, 39 miles to Saguache, 65 miles to Salida, 45 miles to Monarch Ski Area, 60 miles to Crested Butte Ski Area. Nearest airports are Gunnison/Crested Butte Regional Airport - 32 miles, Montrose Regional Airport - 2 hours. Colorado Springs Airport - 3.5 hours.
$5,500,000  •  2,100 acres
1898! Jim Humphrey rode over the Sierra and started the Humphrey Ranch. It has been in the same family for 125 years! The pioneers took up the very best! This is a balanced cattle operation. The diversity of the topography allows for a completely inside cattle and hay operation in a setting that is unsurpassed in natural beauty. The ranch has 2,100+/- acres. and runs in one unbroken block from USFS lands high up on the eastern slope of the Sierra and down to the shores of Honey Lake. The upper end of the ranch borders the Plumas National Forest high in the Ponderosa pines. There is 200+ acres of native meadow that can be hayed or grazed and lots of sub-irrigated meadows. The property has two 140-acre pivots and a 2,200 GPM well. The well test pumped at 3,000 when drilled. The pump is currently powered by diesel. The owner is putting in an electric line to convert the well. The ranch has a nice, old Victorian style ranch house. There is a newer metal shop building with a concrete floor. This is a 300-cow outfit that can be run year-round or converted to a hay farm with cattle grazing for summer. Property Highlights: • Over 2,100+/-contiguous acres cattle ranch • Ranch has been in the same family for 125 years • Historically ran as a year-round cattle ranch • Great irrigation well according to owner, 3,000 GPM+/-, 610' deep with a 14" casing. The pump is driven by a diesel motor and the water drives two 147-acre center pivots. The pivots are on some of the valleys best sandy loam soils. Recent drought may have affected output. with another well, two more pivots could be installed. • Large native meadow, irrigated from springs and creeks • Currently the owner is working on an electric line for the irrigation well • A well-balanced ranch for a year-round inside operation • Could be converted to summer grazing and hay sales ranch • Newer shop • Solid 300 cow operation in a normal year • McDermott Creek starts on the ranch and ends on the ranch at the lake. The ranch owns all the water from this creek and doesn't have to share with anyone. • This ranch comes with 2 landowner deer tags. The ranch is in both X6a and X6b and has had many, many, trophy Mule Deer bucks harvested over the years. There are Antelope, Ducks, Geese and Quail all located right on the ranch. You can have your choice of either, two X6a deer tags or two X6b deer tags. • The upper part of the ranch is a beautiful pine and oak forest with mountain meadows, springs, and buck brush patches. • The central portion of the ranch is hay meadows, rock formations of large granite boulders and scattered pines. This is where the HQs is located. The views from here are amazing. You can see the entire Honey Lake Valley. • The lower portion of the ranch is level to rolling and is all good sandy loam soils. This is where the farmland and center pivots are located. • The house was built in 1900 and could use considerable TLC. • None of this ranch is in the Williamson Act or Ag Preserve.
$12,950,000  •  1,668 acres
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The Reservation Ranch is on the market for the first time in over 150 years. This 1,668-acre working dairy ranch provides a multitude of opportunities the ranch can go in. The new owners can continue to run it as a dairy ranch, run as a cattle ranch, grow pasture, plant and grow Easter Lilies, create an organic producing ranch, or even a hunting and/or fishing club, all providing excellent income opportunities. The historical ranch features three miles of river frontage of the incredible Smith River, which is known as “California’s last wild river” with trophy salmon and steelhead weighing over 20 lbs. Not only do you enjoy California’s best salmon and steelhead fishing, but the exquisite surrounding scenery of giant redwoods and diverse wildlife. There are excellent water rights and 3 wells. Abundant water, a comfortable climate, and healthy annual rainfall produce year-round vibrant green pastures. The ranch is home to an abundance of wildlife, including Roosevelt elk, deer, ducks, and geese. Several sloughs create a vibrant estuary ecosystem. This is a true sportsmen’s paradise! Reservation Ranch is truly a multi-dimensional property. Offering an established dairy operation, room to expand into a variety of interests, and in a location that’s beyond compare. The current owners have enjoyed the ranch for more than 6 generations, creating local jobs, protecting wildlife, and making memories for to last lifetimes for those lucky enough to experience it. It is time for a new steward; choose your legacy that will last for the next generations to come.
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$10,000,000  •  1,606 acres
With 1,606± deeded acres, this very scenic, pristine, and private Gunnison River ranch offers a rare opportunity for ownership of a gorgeous riverfront ranch that adjoins the beautiful Dominguez-Escalante National Conservation Area comprised of 210,172± acres of public lands and includes the 66,280± acre Dominguez Canyon Wilderness. Known for its breathtaking scenery, Dominguez- Escalante NCA is a fine example of the spectacular canyon country of the Uncompaghre Plateau. Senior water rights are included for irrigating 350± acres, which historically has been used for raising alfalfa and grass hay, along with silage corn and pasture for the current livestock operation. This river corridor is well-known for its fruit-growing capabilities due to the mild climate and high number of frost-free days – hence the perfect corridor for growing peaches, pears, cherries, apples, apricots, and more. This 1,606± acres is part of much larger livestock ranch, and additional acreage is available for purchase. BLM and NF grazing allotments are included (optional), four ranch houses, electric and phone, and livestock improvements. The ranch is located in GMU 62 with excellent hunting opportunities for elk, deer, desert bighorn sheep, bear, lion, turkey, waterfowl, chukar, and more. Enjoy the 8± miles of the Gunnison River with fishing, boating, kayaking, rafting, and camping. This ranch offers an ideal location, farming and production, mild climate, beautiful mesa benches, red rock canyons and sandstone bluffs, and serves as a recreational haven and wildlife paradise. Other purchase options available.
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Contact for Price  •  1,224 acres
Whether you’re looking for a family hunting property, corporate retreat, tax shelter, or income-producing business with resort-level event, hunting, and recreational opportunities, you couldn’t dream of a better place than Soggy Bottom. Currently operated as a family retreat and commercial hunting, fishing, and event business, you can hunt monster bucks, elk, fallow deer, ducks, quail, pheasant, turkey, and dove, fish multiple large, trophy-managed lakes, stay sharp with multiple shooting ranges & courses, and gather at two of the greatest custom lodges in the country. Located a few miles south of Linden, AL in the renowned Black Belt, Soggy Bottom was established in 2013 with a vision of creating a rustic sportsman’s paradise where first class is the standard in all they offer, and no expense has been spared to achieve that. The wildlife habitat has been developed and meticulously maintained for years, with well-established native browse and a network of large, year-round food plots with shooting houses that supply high protein food to the monster bucks Soggy Bottom is known for. The duck ponds with blinds are used for release duck hunts and also see wild waterfowl as well. Accessing and traveling Soggy Bottom is easy with paved road frontage on two sides, each with its own custom remote gates allowing for easy division or privacy when in use by two groups at a time, and miles of paved or improved internal roads. Water features are one of the most sought-after land improvements, and Soggy Bottom doesn’t disappoint. There are three professionally managed fishing lakes totaling 41+/- acres, two of which are adjacent to lodges, both with piers & pavilions, making them ideal for weddings or events and providing beautiful views along with full creels. Speaking of lodges, you couldn’t ask for better. The original Lodge, built from wood, beams, and tin salvaged from old barns, is truly a work of art. From its old Coke-container constructed cabinets to the wrap-around porch, you have to keep a lookout or you’ll miss unique details spread throughout. The Lodge has beautiful views of the lake, sleeps up to 18 with 3 expansive bedroom suites, en suite bathrooms, a commercial kitchen, an open dining room, game room, and den, and just outside is an outdoor kitchen and dining area that can seat up to 40. At Shack 33, you’ll be blown away by the lakefront, hilltop views, and the variety of amenities surrounding you. It features 7 guest bedrooms and 39 beds, a private master suite with spa, commercial kitchen, dining area for 40+, and a game room with bar. The massive porch seats 80+ and has a hibachi grill, flat top, a large built-in grill and fryer, and outdoor fireplaces. Other amenities include an event pavilion, 8.75+/- miles of game fencing, 20+/- acre breeder pen, equipment barns, feed barn, concert stage, continental pheasant shoot tower, and diverse, merchantable timber throughout including pine plantations and scenic hardwood, contributing to its significant conservation easement opportunities. Soggy Bottom is a place where dreams can come true, and it's priced millions under replacement cost. Don’t miss your chance to see it. Contact Clint Flowers, ALC or Jason Abrams for more information.
$9,750,000  •  1,155 acres
Stalwart Ranch - Normangee Division, is a functional working cattle ranch in the northwestern portion of Madison County. This ranch is predominantly rolling terrain, fenced into 9 separate pastures. Several areas of woods remain for wildlife with Caney Creek crossing the eastern side of the ranch, providing waterfowl opportunities. There are 13 separate bodies of water providing adequate water supply for livestock and recreation. Each pasture has either lakes, ponds or trough water. One pasture combines as a hay field to produce coastal and jiggs. Fences are in good shape from new to recently reworked. A partially covered heavy-made set of pipe working corrals exist with load-out chutes and hold over pen with shed. The working pens have electricity, lights and water. The main barn 40’x80’ steel. Ranch offers two homes - main home being a 3/2.5/2 and located on a hilltop with views. The second home is a 3/2 and being used as an employee residence with carport and several outbuildings.
$6,203,600  •  1,100 acres
Located 10 miles from the bustling town of Montrose Colorado this 1,100-acre ranch peers over the valley floor atop Bostwick Park. Bordering Hwy. 50 to the south and Bostwick Park Road to the east, the ranch has great access, underground utilities offering tremendous future upside potential.
$13,995,000  •  1,075 acres
Ranches of this size, caliber, and turnkey, ready to enjoy immediately with this proximity to Austin are very rare. 1075+/- acres , this ranch is entirely HIGH fenced. There is an active income producing hunting operation in place generating nearly $300,000 per year. The ranch features several species of exotic game, including Aoudad, Texas Dall Ram (Bighorn Sheep) Gemsbok, Wildebeest, Red Stag, Axis Buck, Black Buck Antelope, Fallow Deer, Scimitar Horned Oryx, Eland, and Zebra. There is also a very healthy Whitetail deer population. About 7 Bulls and 10+ cows. Hogs and wild turkey are also available to hunt. This is a very diverse ranch with rugged mountains, hilltops, bottomland, pasture, and abundant tree coverage, including large live-oak, Spanish oak, cedar elm, pecan, mesquite and prickly pear and others. The views, vistas are nothing short of spectacular. There are many very nice water features throughout the ranch, 3 Large Lakes plus multiple ponds as well as multiple seasonal creeks. There is an exceptional road system throughout the ranch, making most all of it accessible. Additionally, improvements include the main lodge 3600 sqft. 4 bedrooms and 4 bathrooms. The lodge is reminiscent of a rustic mountain retreat, offering abundant outdoor living area, perched on a hillside with incredible views . In addition, there is a caretakers residence 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms.. There is a barndominium that has 2 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms attached to a very large shop, carport, walk in cooler with winch & rail system and covered concrete animal processing area. By the main lodge a large workshop/garage as well as 2500 square foot free standing metal insulated equipment barn with stained concrete floor "Toy House" designed with very large doors and high ceilings for Motorhomes, RVs boats and other large troys. The ranch is easily accessed 15 minutes from Llano via Highway 16 on scenic CR 226 and is less than 90 minutes back to Central Austin. Possible smaller acreage options, available with the improvements.
$2,595,000  •  901 acres
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This is a very rare listing of three (3) parcels totaling 901 Acres all enrolled in the Williamson Act for low property taxes. Located right out of Amador City, the property is just minutes from the wine producing region around Plymouth and Sutter Creek, as well as the county seat of Jackson. Lake Tahoe is about 2 hours to the North East, and the Bay Area is about 2 hours to the South West. The front third of the ranch features open rangeland for cattle grazing, with an existing lease running through June of 2022. Developed springs feed stock water troughs for the livestock, and there is a set of sturdy wood cattle corrals and loading chute. Historically the ranch runs 65-70 pairs for the season. The middle part of the ranch is made up of Oak Savannah transitioning to more dense tree cover with both oaks and pine trees, and includes miles of internal ranch roads making up the rest of this excellent hunting property. The land has proven to be great game habitat, and is located in the D-5 zone. You will spot bear, cat, deer, coyote, fox, turkey, and upland game birds throughout the year. The owner plans to leave the Cat D7 dozer, and there is a utility power pole at the entrance gate. Property Highlights: • 3 Parcels consisting of 901 Acres • Enrolled in Williamson Act for low property taxes • Rolling Open Rangeland • Oak Savannah and Dense Tree Cover • Miles of Internal Ranch Roads • Solid Wood Cattle Corrals and Loading Chute • Springs Developed for Stockwater Troughs • Cattle Lease Runs through June 2022 • Historic Hunting Cabin • Excellent Game Habitat • Deer, Bear, Cat, Fox, Coyote • Upland Game Birds, Turkey • Cat D7 Dozer • Utility Pole at Entrance Gate
$16,000,000  •  860 acres
The 4LJ3 Ranch is a superb sportsman ranch offering a multitude of outdoor activities for everyone while simultaneously providing luxurious accommodations. Family and friends will appreciate the attention to detail throughout the ranch's improvements after enjoying all this ranch has to offer. Found at the midway point between Austin, Houston, and San Antonio, the ranch is perfectly located for long-term growth. It is extremely rare that a 200+ surface acre lake can ever be found anywhere in Texas, making this ranch unique. LOCATION The ranch is located seven miles south of Columbus on paved county road 101. Less than an hour and a half from Austin, Houston, and San Antonio. TOPOGRAPHY, RANGELAND & HABITAT The 4LJ3 ranch is a diverse property with several different ecological areas that offer a variety of habitats. The housing compound area consists of manicured yards with historical live oaks throughout approximately 90 acres. This area is a sandy loam soil type, ideal for growing grasses and huge trees with good drainage. The area includes over 100 live oaks and a mix of pecans and other oaks to complement the fauna. This entire area is fenced off from any livestock and kept immaculate. There are about 330 acres of river bottom land that is a mix of pecan bottoms, hay fields, and thicker hackberry and cedar elm forest that provide excellent cover for wildlife. This area has a mix of alluvial soils very rich in nutrients from river flooding that create the ideal environment for the large pecans that dominate here. The middle acreage of the property is mostly the huge lake with rolling hay fields around it. The ground around the lake has been overlayed with sandy loam soils to create excellent and beautiful hay fields that are meticulously maintained. WILDLIFE The ranch has a fantastic population of white-tailed deer and being on a river bottom, opportunities for some very nice deer for Colorado County. The thickets in the river bottom have good roads through them for accessing the multiple blinds and feeders. There is excellent waterfowl habitat on this property making for premier duck hunting. The 200+ acre lake holds large numbers of ducks all winter and has many nooks and crannies with shallow water and aquatic vegetation that are ideal spots for laying out decoys. There is also an eight-acre wetland unit overlooking the lake that can be manipulated to create ideal waterfowl habitat. The Colorado River offers winter duck hunting when the river is along the banks or out on sandbars. There are also several opportunities to create more wetland units along the lake that would have access to water to manipulate habitat to further expand hunting opportunities. There is good dove hunting along the hay fields next to the lake that could be enhanced with additional plantings. Fishing is excellent in the lake, which holds bass, catfish, crappie, and bream. AGRICULTURE Cattle are run in the river bottom and there are multiple hay fields throughout the property. There is an abundance of native pecan trees that are currently not being harvested but are commercially viable. IMPROVEMENTS Coming through the west gate onto the ranch follows a paved road lined with live oaks, to the housing compound area, which is at a higher elevation entirely out of the floodplain. The area of over 75 acres is fenced and includes the main home, two guest homes, a game room, barns, and fenced-in vegetable and herb gardens and is wonderfully manicured, making an amazing site with views looking over the hay field and lake. Main House: This home consists of 6 bedrooms (3 bedrooms on the East side and 3 bedrooms on the West side) and 4 baths and 1 half bath. The kitchen ceilings and the entire central living areas are donned with custom crafted-wood, there is an oversized granite island in the kitchen, an abundance of counter space, natural light from several Paella windows, custom appliances, such as a Sub Zero refrigerator, and a large breakfast table. There is a large walk-in pantry just off the kitchen that has two additional refrigerators and lots of shelf space. Just around the corner from the kitchen is an enormous outdoor kitchen, complete with a screened-in porch that can easily accommodate 30 guests and provides views of the backyard and its plentiful Century Oaks. The main living room boasts an enormous antique bar built by the Brunswick Co. in New York that was brought to the ranch in the 1960s from a saloon in Schulenburg. The bar includes a beveled mirror over the bar, and the bar itself is over 27 feet long and is sure to bring out lots of interesting tales of the wild west. This room features a fireplace, big-screen TVs, couches, and skylights. Attached to the living room is an indoor/outdoor patio sunroom that has doors that can be closed off and several sliding glass doors with screens. The room has ample seating and can easily be used for card games or a casino night. The pool area hosts a spectacular pavilion on one side and a firepit on the other side of a large lawn area. One of the focal points of the backyard is a Century Oak with built-in wrap-around deck seating, a glorious place to sit and read and enjoy the vista overlooking the 200+ acre lake. Guest House 1: A short drive from the main house heading west is the first guest home where you pull up under a porte-cochere and enter through the front door. The master suite has an en-suite bathroom with a large walk-in tile shower and an oversized closet with plenty of space for clothing and safes. The other two bedrooms are on the opposite side of the house so you can enjoy privacy when guests are staying there. The exterior of this home has an inground trampoline, a stone fireplace on a gorgeous patio, and a short walk to a beautiful pond with a deck, perfect for catching a bass or bluegill for a fish fry. There is a small garage off the front drive that houses duck hunting supplies and ATVs. Guest House 2: To the east of the Main House is another guest home that has 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, a lovely living room, a fireplace, and an open kitchen concept with plenty of seating to entertain. There is a fireplace outside on the patio with seating for guests and a place to roast marshmallows! There is a small garage and another covered porch that could be used for an outdoor kitchen. The home has plenty of French doors that lead out to views of the mature oaks and areas surrounding the home. Between the main house and guest house, there is a building that houses golf carts, a huge game room with a kitchen, and a full bath. On the second floor, above the game room, there are 3 queen beds for spillover company or lots of kids having a sleepover. The game room includes a pool table, ping pong, shuffleboard, and other games to entertain. There is a spacious potting shed inside a high-fenced garden with elevated beds for growing vegetables, flowers, and herbs. For the grandkids, a wonderful tree house with air conditioning is found in the middle of the compound. WATER There is a deep well at the housing compound that provides water to the homes and barns. It has a water filtration system to ensure high-quality water for home use. There is also a water well on an electric pump down in the river bottom to provide water for cattle in that pasture. Groundwater here is shallow and abundant, with the smaller well in the river bottom only 120 deep and pumping over 100 Gallon Per Minute. The crown jewel of the 4LJ3 ranch is the 220-acre lake. The lake was designed with recreation in mind, being very open to give ample room for water skiing, wakeboarding, jet skiing, and other boating activities. Along the banks, islands and ridges exist to provide fishing opportunities. A large boat dock with electricity and water and a paved boat launch make access to the lake ideal. The lake averages over 18 deep. There is mile of Colorado River frontage on the property and the river is accessible. ELECTRICITY Located on property, both single and three-phase. MINERALS None, no production. NOTES There is currently a neighbor running a gravel-loading operation on the property which does produce income for the ranch, but the operation may be canceled, and all the equipment removed with proper notice. There is fantastic potential to earn further income from the hundreds of large pecan trees in the river bottom and with all the sporting activities this ranch would be a great rental.
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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.
$1,750,000  •  761 acres
The Parham River Ranch is a rare property composed of productive bottomland, river frontage, and very pleasing topography. The diversity of this ranch is very attractive to wildlife as well as good pasture for grazing. The North Canadian River is very scenic and offers many opportunities for fishing and recreation. LOCATION The ranch is located between Okemah and Cromwell, 2 miles south of I-40. The property is accessed from N3750 Rd. TOPOGRAPHY, RANGELAND & HABITAT The bottomland acreage offers mostly class 1 and 3 loamy soils. These favorable soil areas hold productive native and mostly bermuda grass. Approximately 40% of the property is open with a carrying capacity of 80 90 cows. Mature and dense hardwoods line much of the pasture and create natural barriers among some of the open areas. The topography is truly unique and boasts approximately 130 of elevation change with cool season views of the river. There are approximately 20 contiguous deeded acres across the river and some of the bottomland floods after a significant rain. WILDLIFE The wooded areas stay mostly undisturbed and the ranch can produce some good deer with little work. There are many options to improve the hunting as well. Many other native wildlife species can be seen or pursued including turkeys. The river provides a multitude of fishing opportunities. IMPROVEMENTS This ranch has historically been unimproved. Livestock facilities are functional with good and moderate fencing around of the bottomland and 80 acres on the north. Access and interior roads are in good shape. WATER The North Canadian River is on the southwest and southeast corners with more than .6 miles of frontage. There are over 6 ponds and sloughs mostly around the bottomland. A large unnamed creek cuts briefly into the east boundary about midway. The ranch has other seasonal creeks and drainages as well. Okfuskee Water D2 services a residence .5 miles from the property. ELECTRICITY There is an electric service line near the access road on the north end of the property. MINERALS Surface sale only. Note: The current access road is just south of the legal access easement. Do not enter the property without an appointment with the listing agent.
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$3,270,000  •  752.58 acres
$3,750,000
Are you searching for an amazing working Colorado ranch property to call your own? Look no further than the Trahern River Ranch, a historic ranch property just outside of Rifle Colorado. The Trahern River Ranch is 752.58 acres of irrigated fields, pinion and juniper forests and River Frontage, all with incredible views. At the heart of this ranch is 250 acres of irrigated hay meadows and pastureland, which will allow you to raise, graze and winter livestock and horses. This pastureland is also a year-round home to multiple species of wildlife including deer, elk, and wild turkeys. The property is also frequented by bears, mountain lions and other small game animals. Quick access to public land in the area enhances the potential for wildlife viewing, hunting, hiking, snowshoeing and snowmobiling. Water is a primary feature of this property. The ranch boasts 2.5 miles of Colorado River frontage which offers great waterfowl hunting and fishing. Multiple ponds, springs, streams and ditches are sprinkled throughout the ranch property. Improvements on the ranch include a main home, barn and multiple support outbuildings, working cattle pens and facilities. Access to all parts of the ranch is easily obtained via well maintained county hard surfaced roads as well as great auxiliary road access. The nearest town is Rifle which is a short 15-minute drive from the ranch for local shopping and restaurants. The larger city of Grand Junction, and its regional airport, is only an hour's drive to the west. The visual impact of the property is impossible to ignore. Framing this beautiful Colorado ranch are spectacular 360-degree views, highlighted by the Anvil Points area of the Book Cliffs which soar almost straight upward 5000 feet from the Colorado River valley floor. Views of the Mamm's Peak area and Cache Creek drainage are also available to the East and South. The scenery here is truly one of a kind. This is an amazing opportunity to acquire an incredible river front property. Check out this impressive Colorado ranch today.
$21,000,000  •  703.41 acres
Combining unparalleled duck hunting with the best in spring creek trout fishing, the 703± acre Billingsley Creek Ranch is arguably the premier sporting property available for purchase anywhere in the country. Set in the fabled Hagerman Valley, epicenter of waterfowl hunting in the western US, the ranch is located just outside of the small town of Hagerman and a half-hour from Twin Falls and its commercial airport. The capital city of Boise is an hour and a half drive west of the ranch, while the resort community of Ketchum/Sun Valley is 90 miles to the north. Spring-fed Billingsley Creek is the centerpiece of the ranch and flows for over a mile through a wildlife-rich basalt canyon and riparian corridor. Working with well-known hydrologist and stream specialist, Gary Decker, the current owners undertook a complete restoration of Billingsley Creek in 2007. The result was the creation of an ideal trout habit to complement the property’s unsurpassed duck hunting. Ample spring water is available to the ranch and used to sustain several year-round lakes, as well as numerous seasonal waterfowl ponds. Although waterfowl hunting and trout fishing are the highlights at Billingsley Creek, there is terrific hunting for pheasants and quail throughout the property as well as for large mule deer up to 30 inches. In addition to its recreational attributes, the ranch features an active farming operation that utilizes approximately 350 acres of irrigated cropland leased to a longtime local farmer to raise grain corn. Improvements complement the ranch and are highlighted by a 5,000± square foot owners’ home overlooking Billingsley Creek. Other improvements include a two-bedroom guest house, manager’s residence, guides’ house, additional employee housing, equipment storage, and a hay barn. Along the creek is an outdoor venue with a fire pit and covered barbeque area ideal for streamside dining and entertaining. The ranch is not covered by a conservation easement at the present time. However, because of the property’s size, location, and extensive frontage on Billingsley Creek, it is a prime candidate for one. The ranch is being offered with furnishings and ranch equipment. The Facts: ~ Landmark duck hunting ranch with 703± deeded, contiguous acres in the heart of the most prolific waterfowl area in the western US ~ Over a mile of Billingsley Creek restored by the owners to create an exceptional spring creek trout fishery ~ A combination of year-round spring water, abundant habitat, and a strong forage base provides optimal conditions for unsurpassed waterfowl hunting ~ Excellent year-round water rights for a variety of purposes, including extensive irrigated cropland and habitat areas ~ Other wildlife includes wild pheasants, quail, chukars, Hungarian partridge, doves, and large mule deer up to 30 inches ~ Residential improvements include a six-bedroom owners’ home and two-bedroom guest cabin overlooking the creek ~ Excellent on-site ranch management that could transition to new ownership ~ No conservation easement, although an excellent candidate for one ~ 30 minutes from the airport in Twin Falls and 90 miles from the resort community of Ketchum/Sun Valley
$7,250,000  •  608.63 acres
Magic Ranch is a true gem. Located in Dodge, TX (just 12 miles east of Huntsville), the iconic ranch offers all the best parts of country life without being too far from the luxuries of the city. The property is beautiful as well as functional with numerous ranching amenities. The estate includes a large 2-story home with pool, guest house, employee housing, show barn, covered chute area, pipe working pens, equipment barns, lakes, ponds, rolling hills, and much more. Two creeks traverse the acreage and are lined with large hardwood trees, creating pristine views from every vantage point. Wildlife is abundant on the land which also adjoins the Sam Houston National Forest. The sprawling ranch is located within minutes of The Woodlands, North Houston, Conroe and Lake Livingston. For more information, visit www.markhamrealty.com/magic-ranch
$3,750,000  •  592.13 acres
Located just south of the Walker/Madison County line in the heart of the woodland hills territory of Texas, Brushwood Rose Ranch sits on a picturesque 592 acres of prime Texas recreational land. The main focal point of this ranch is the hilltop Brushwood Lodge, a recently completed state of the art facility designed for entertaining. There is also a living area with a private master bedroom, bunk room, bath with shower, and gourmet kitchen together with all the modern amenities of a fine home. The property has been developed for recreation to include hunting, fishing, hiking and 4-wheeling, including Coyote Lake, an 8 acre stocked lake. The ranch also offers agricultural aspects for cattle and horses, with 7 separate board rail fenced pastures, hay barn, horse stalls, etc. Located minutes north of Huntsville and south of Madisonville with frontage on I-45 and FM 2989. For more information, visit the Brushwood Rose Ranch website
$4,995,000  •  577 acres
Middle Yegua Creek Ranch is the ideal recreational property located within an hour of downtown Austin. It boasts over a mile (5700+/- ft.) of both sides of Middle Yegua Creek, convenient access with over 4200 ft. of road frontage on FM 1624, and enough acreage to satisfy those looking for a true outdoorsmans ranch within close proximity to the city. LOCATION: Middle Yegua Creek Ranch is accessed directly off of FM 1624. The ranch is approximately 4 miles west of Lexington and 51 miles from downtown Austin. TOPOGRAPHY, RANGELAND & HABITAT: This ranch offers quite of bit of habitat diversity and sufficient topography. Approximately 170 acres of the ranch is cleared pasture that is currently used for cattle grazing. The remaining 400 acres is generally thick wooded area with incredible trees throughout. Due to the large amount of creek frontage, about half the ranch is in flood plain. However, the east side of the ranch is not and offers some beautiful potential homesite locations with views. WILDLIFE: Hunting and fishing are both excellent on the property. Hogs are plentiful up and down the banks of Yegua creek in addition to whitetail deer. The ranch has surprisingly good duck hunting with a high percentage of wood ducks. All kinds of fish have been caught on the property, most notably large amounts of crappie. IMPROVEMENTS: Middle Yegua is mostly raw and unimproved. There is an all-weather oilfield road from the front gate to the back of the property making most of the ranch accessible. There is currently no residence, water well, or electricity on the property. WATER: Approximately 5700+/- ft. of both sides of Middle Yegua Creek. Two ponds. MINERALS: No minerals convey with the property. See agent for details.
$10,750,000  •  566 acres
Sitting on a hill overlooking a valley where Cedar Creek cuts through the property, less than seven miles north of Burton is Rolling Oaks Ranch. The stewards of this ranch have transformed the land into an idyllic retreat that features the highest end of authentic Texas ranch lifestyle. The main home sits on a hill overlooking a stunning valley below full of huge oaks and pecans. Sitting on the porch carries owners and guests to a simpler time, while offering extensive comfort and convenience. A guest home, swimming pool, horse barn and equipment barn as well as multiple other amenities make this ranch one of the finest offerings to be found in Texas. LOCATION The ranch is located just north of Burton on the lightly travelled FM 1697. The ranch is 91 miles from downtown Houston, 73 miles from Austin, and a short 15 minute drive to Brenham and 20 minutes to Roundtop. The ranch includes over a mile of frontage on FM 1697 and another access point with 300 of frontage on FM 180. TOPOGRAPHY, RANGELAND & HABITAT Rolling Oaks Ranch is a mixture of open pastures and heavily wooded creek bottoms which meander across the property. The mixture of tree species is incredible, dominated by tremendous majestic live oaks and pecans that dot the landscape. Other old growth trees on the ranch include water oaks, elms, hackberries and osage orange, just to name a few. The pastures on the ranch are in improved grasses and much of the understory in the forest has been opened up to create a park like look to much of the bottomlands. Other areas of the ranch have been left natural to provide shelter, cover and sanctuary for the wildlife. WILDLIFE The Rolling Oaks ranch is set up for great hunting opportunities. The white-tailed deer on the property are abundant and are frequently seen browsing in the the creek bottoms on the property. There are five tower blinds along with four fenced-in food plot areas. With two developed wetland units along with water wells to fill, there is excellent duck hunting on the ranch during the winter migration. Dove are very prevalent in this area and of course plenty of hogs are to be found. AGRICULTURE The ranch is currently under 1D1 ag and running cattle. There are multiple fenced pastures to facilitate a rotational grazing program. IMPROVEMENTS The main timber/stone home was built in 2017 on a rise over-looking the Cedar Creek valley. The highlight of this master-level construction is the tremendous great room featuring a huge stone fireplace with large panel windows overlooking the stunning view. The kitchen and dining room are both incorporated into the great room, creating an inviting atmosphere for entertaining family and guest. High ceilings with large wood beams give the great room a real open space ambiance. The home includes a master bedroom on one wing and a second master with two guest bedrooms on the other, each with their own bathrooms. The house is approximately 4,000 square feet and has both a front porch and a very large covered back porch embracing the amazing views. Next door to the main home is a small refurbished guest home that has three more bedrooms to accommodate more guests with some added privacy. The guest home includes a kitchen, den and breakfast room along with its own back porch. Included in the housing compound is a swimming pool with a covered deck, a large horse barn, equipment barn, and fire pit area. All of this is inside a fenced area with manicured landscaping. WATER A major feature of the property is Cedar Creek which runs almost two miles through the property such that the ranch enjoys both sides of the creek for the vast majority of it. The creek is a wet weather creek but is deep with a sandy bottom and huge trees lining its banks. There are four ponds on the property that hold water great, with the largest being overlooked by the main home. Two wetland units have been built by the waterfowl-loving owner that can be filled during the winter by water wells and then dried out in the summer to grow forage to attract ducks during the season. There are four water wells in use on the property and groundwater here is strong. At the homesite, a new well was drilled that is 244 deep and produces over 60 GPM. Other wells on the property produce high volumes of water to allow for multiple uses if desired. ELECTRICITY Electric service is conveniently located on many parts of the property. MINERALS The Seller does not own any of the mineral estate. There are three producing sites on the property, although all three are well hidden and make a minimal impact on the property.
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