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$85,995,000  •  117,000 acres
Classic “Big Bend Country” of the Old West, Rio Texico Ranch has maintained much of the environment and appearance of times past. Rio Texico Ranch's San Francisco Creek is a year-round live water with Cottonwood gallery forests on both banks and riparian vegetation are very rare in this desert and a magnet for wildlife. The ranch is a working cattle ranch with some excellent recently improved infrastructure. There are miles of new internal fences, pens, and traps as well as water and road improvements.
$7,000,000  •  12,073 acres
Beautiful Cattle Ranch located in the Lush Wolf Mountains. Rich soils and abundant water provide for highly productive dryland grass for healthy livestock.
$3,149,304  •  7,410.13 acres
H Bar H is predominantly within the Bear Canyon drainage with steep hills, cliffs, and drainage along with grass covered flats. A road system gets you down to the river and around the ranch making this place private and extremely accessible. Seven wells with several watering troughs provide amazing water distribution for wildlife. The headquarters is a compound with an updated 3 bedroom/2 bath main house with a custom rock fireplace, hunter’s camp, barns and outbuilding.
$6,000,000  •  7,317 acres
The Beaver Creek Ranch is situated 8 miles South of Baker City in Northeast Oregon. This is the first time offering of this ranch and it is priced to sell. The Ranch is balanced with over 260 acres of irrigated hay and pasture featuring good full season water and approximately 1.5 miles of the Powder River running through the ranch. The ranch runs South with native range pasture into a small amount of scattered timber on the upper end of the ranch. The owner has spent considerable effort establishing good stock water in the various pastures. Interior cross fencing and perimeter fencing is in great condition. Improvements include a nice home, barns, outbuildings, good corrals and livestock handling facilities; all of which are in great shape. If you are looking for a ranch that offers good production with ease of management, this is it. Whether it is a cow/calf, yearling or a combination, the ranch offers that kind of flexibility. It has hunting and fishing, all of which could be further developed should one desire. We are very pleased to present this ranch. At a time when nearly all properties are obscenely over priced, this one is not. Please give us a call for further information. $6,000,000. **There is an additional 1,992+/- acre pasture that is nearby, offering good spring, summer or fall grazing; you can drive the cattle to and from the main ranch priced separately at $1,095,842
$3,500,000  •  6,972.4 acres
In an era of micro ranches, condominiums and virtual reality, Juniper Mountain Ranch in northwest Colorado is a refreshing throwback to the authentic West. The vistas are unspoiled and mule deer vastly outnumber tourists. Not far from here, Butch Cassidy and his gang once found refuge from the law, and today Juniper Mountain Ranch is a refuge from the pressure cooker of the twenty-first century. Juniper Mountain Ranch occupies the heart of untamed northwest Colorado, only a few miles from the ranching hamlet of Maybell. At 6,972.40± deeded acres, it’s an impressive spread that covers rolling hills of pinon/juniper woodlands and sagebrush bottomlands at elevations of 6,100 to 6,800 feet, surrounding the local landmark of 7,847-foot Juniper Mountain. With an attendant State lease and a 5,800-acre BLM grazing permit, over 20 square miles of territory fall under its domain. For years it has been productive grazing ground for 800 animal units, comprised of both cattle and sheep. Located in Game Management Unit 211, Juniper Mountain Ranch has proven itself to be a hotspot for both deer and elk hunters for decades. Historically the ranch has generated 8 mule deer and 8 antelope tags annually. Hunters on the ranch will find that animals of both these species, plus elk, congregate to escape hunting pressure on nearby public lands, finding refuge in the extensive woodlands and draws of Juniper Mountain Ranch. The hunting possibilities of this property have barely been touched, and the addition of a hunting lodge/outfitting business would be a natural fit. Juniper Mountain Ranch is easily accessible from US Highway 40 and thus not far from some of the West’s most spectacular recreational opportunities. The resort town of Steamboat Springs is less than 90 minutes to the east, offering world-class downhill skiing. Dinosaur National Monument, with its incredible fossil beds and spectacular sandstone canyons, lies only 45 minutes to the west. The Yampa River flows just north of the ranch, featuring renowned whitewater rafting and some of the best smallmouth bass fishing in the state. For those captivated by the West’s rich heritage of ranching and hunting, Juniper Mountain Ranch is as made to order as a custom saddle. We at M4 Ranch Group are impressed by places that still speak of the Authentic West, and if that runs in your soul, too, we’d love to share more of the incomparable possibilities of Juniper Mountain Ranch.
$5,000,000  •  5,656 acres
Own one of the most Beautiful, well-maintained and productive cattle and equestrian Montana ranches with a balanced operation of hay production and cattle grazing. A little slice of heaven in the Big Sky Country of Eastern Montana. This well-managed highly productive 5,656 deeded with a lease of an additional 5960 acres located in Terry, Montana The ranch runs 250+/- cow/calf pairs. The numerous draws with Cottonwood, Ash and Aspen groves set this ranch apart. Impeccable winter protection and premier habitat for white tail, mule deer, and upland birds; a hunter’s paradise. Numerous buildings and excellent facilities make this a rare Montana find. This magnificent ranch is located centrally between many small towns scattered across the eastern portion of Montana. 28 miles, almost due south of the ranch, is the small town of Terry, just off of I94, which is an interstate highway that travels east/west through the center of Montana. Access to I94 is provided by traveling south on Brackett Creek Road to Cedar Creek Road and then continues south on state highway 253. Once on I94, the larger town of Glendive is a short 40 minute drive Northeast and Miles City is an equal distance Southwest. Both cities, in addition to Terry, have their own community airports which facility small private and commercial aircraft. I94 Continues further southwest, roughly 2.5 hours from Terry, Mt. where it turns into I90 in the Large city of Billings. Billings, Montana is one of many major US cities that provides connecting commercial flights nationally and internationally. The closest major city to the East is Bismark, North Dakota, east from Terry, Montana about 3.5 hours. Tibbetts Ranch is one of the most beautiful ranches in Montana. It has been maintained by incredible stewardship. Hours have been spent spraying weeds, keeping the draws relatively weed free. Cattle guards separate most of the pastures and fields for convenience. Fences are in good to great condition. The topography of the ranch lends itself to be grazed at different times of the year. The summer pastures consist of creeks, springs, and pipelines for even stock distribution. Winter and spring pastures contain great natural protection from nature’s elements along with worry-free watering systems. It is a hunter’s paradise for white tail and mule deer. The Ranch is located in Northwestern Prairie County in the “heart” of Montana cattle country. Wide open plains and numerous coulees with groves of Cottonwood, Ash, and Aspen trees encompass breathtaking beauty on this ranch. A Lil Slice of Heaven hidden away in the Big Sky Country of Eastern Montana. Tibbetts Ranch is a viable livestock unit of native and tame grasses. It is a balanced operation of hay production and cattle grazing. The Hay Land consists of ⅓ alfalfa and Crested Wheat Grass along with Pubescent Grass. The average yield is ⅕ tons per acre. The 8,960 acre lease is a 3 yr transferable lease with 2 years left on the renewable contract. There are additional ranch properties (approximately 9,000 acres) within 2 miles of Tibbetts Ranch that are currently for sale. There is an incredible opportunity to put together a very large ranch operation. The coulees and terrain provide excellent habitat for white tail, mule deer, and bird hunting. The coulees provide excellent winter protection for wildlife and cattle, a very special attribute to Eastern Montana. The ranch has had impeccable care from the withe pipe fences to the pea gravel to the developed springs. It is a sanctuary in Eastern Montana. The acreage comprises: 5656.12 acres of Deeded Land 4909 acres of Rangeland 479 acres of Hay Land 257 acres of Grazing Land 11.12 acres of Farmstead. There is 3007.12 acres of Leased property which consists of: 640 acres of State Land (125 acres AUM) 2367 acres of BLM Land (570 acres AUM). For a total of 8663.12 acres of prime Montana acreage. The ranch sits at an elevation that ranges from 3,000 feet to 3,700 feet. The average annual precipitation is 13.5 inches lending an average growing season (frost free days) from June 1st to September 20th. Currently the ranch’s cattle are Simmi-Angus cows; calves are born end of March and April. Calves are weaned mid-end of October averaging 620 pounds. The 2015 Prairie County Taxes were $5264.15 WATER RESOURCES All stock water rights have been filed in Helena with the DNRC in accordance with Montana Water Laws. Extensive water development has taken place through-out the ranch. Seven wells - two solar - are the main sources of water for the ranch. There are approximately 11,000 feet of pipeline, over 16 tons of either fiber-glass, steel, and/or buried tanks. Electricity is supplied to most of the tanks on the winter range for stress free winter watering. Brackett Creek is a seasonal creek, typically running from the end of March to the first of June. Numerous fresh water springs are located throughout the ranch, providing water for livestock and wildlife, including: Brackett Creek Spring Coulee Sand Coulee E Bad Route W Bad Route Bad Route is one portion of the summer range on the ranch, it has two solar wells along with numerous springs. There are 100 acres of undeveloped water rights on the ranch. Domestic Water: there is 1 well with a large backup storage tank that is used for domestic water. Wells: There are 6 active livestock wells spread across the property. BUILDINGS There are 3 living quarters on the Ranch: The MAIN HOME is a 3,400 square foot, 4-Bedroom House with 3 baths, a full basement and 2 decks. There is a 1,800 square foot GUEST HOUSE that boasts 3-Bedrooms, 1.5 baths, with a loft and deck, as well. An additional 1140 square foot MOBILE HOME (14ft x 70ft) can be used as a manager's quarters or extra living space. ADDITIONAL OUTBUILDINGS/IMPROVEMENTS: HIP ROOF BARN, 1700 sf, with a vet room and heated calving room MACHINE SHED, 3200 sf (32 x 100) LIVESTOCK BARN, 10,000 sf (80X125) LIVESTOCK SHED, 924 sf (22 x 42) SHOP GRAIN BINS, 6,900 sf 3 PIPE/GUARD RAIL CATTLE CORRALS BACKGROUNDING YARD with 480 feet of concrete bunks and pipe fence/cable corrals The livestock buildings include calving sheds, a barn with a vet room & heated calving room, large set of pipe corrals for smooth cattle handling. Guard rail fence makes up the alley and loading chute of this efficient cattle working system. The south end of the ranch has another extremely well built set of pipe & wood corrals for easy handling of cattle, including a loading chute. There are 5 deer-fenced hay corrals. Eastern Montana is known for its abundance of attractions and activities. Just south of the property runs the infamous Yellowstone River which is a water sportsman’s dream. Between the Yellowstone River and the nearby Powder River, there’s never a shortage fishing, kayaking or canoeing. The surrounding towns host a plethora of community events, attractions and activities, including museums, galleries and theatre, rodeos and county fairs, trails for hiking, biking and climbing. Miles City hostess the world famous Bucking horse Sale and Terry is home to Montana’s longest continuously operating hotel, the Kempton Hotel. Powder River Historic Point in Terry, MT, documents the fateful journey of Custer’s troops on their way to the Battle of the Little BigHorn, while nearby Miles City, hosts the annual reenactment of that same battle on the Custer battlefield. Montana’s largest state park is a short 30 minute drive along Highway 94 and provides an abundance of outdoor activities: large game hunting, fly fishing, camping, hiking and even bird watching.
$16,800,000  •  5,498 acres
Consisting of 35 Highly productive quarters spread over 23 miles. There are 5498 acres of deep fertile soils that provide the foundation for excellent level dryland crops. The entire operation is managed from an impressive headquarters in western Nebraska.
$7,250,000  •  3,233.52 acres
La Plata Mountain Ranch is properly named, nested on Cherry Creek, and sitting under the skyline of the extraordinary La Plata Mountain Range. The ranch is said to be the background to many Louis Lamour western novels, and when traveling through the ranch’s varied terrain from the deep black timber ridges, to the cool shadowed valley floors and oak-covered bluffs, you feel like you are walking through history if you’ve enjoyed these western novels. La Plata Mountain Ranch is one of the largest deeded ranches in southwest Colorado’s most desired county’s, La Plata County. The Ranch is comprised of 3,721± acres, 3,233± deeded acres and 488± acres of state leased lands, and borders over 760± acres of limited access BLM lands. The La Plata Mountain Ranch is fortunate to have 1.5± miles of live water on Cherry Creek, water rights for irrigation, recreation, and ease of access year-round on both paved and county-maintained roads, with excellent road access to a great majority of the ranch. Improvements on the ranch include a well built, comfortable 2,220± square foot 3-bedroom, 3-bath home with a 6-car garage, and a 2,069± square foot fully insulated shop. For the equestrian enthusiast, the ranch has a 6-stall barn with roping arena, great horse pasture, and live water. The upper ranch has a conveniently located historic and useful hunting cabin, allowing you to cover much of the ranch during hunting season without traveling through prime habitat at the break of dawn. The ranch is home to exceptional big game with a trifecta of wildlife habitat, terrain, water, and feed, providing a sanctuary for some of this region’s best big game. The varied terrain of heavy timber canyons, high grassland mesas, open hay meadows, and oak-covered plateaus, coupled with historic migration routes make this ranch home to some of the top regional Elk, Mule Deer herds, Turkey, Black Bears, and Mountain Lions. With the Mesa Verde National Park and Menefee Mountain Wilderness Study Area to the west of the La Plata Mountain Ranch, the vast La Plata Mountain range of 14,000 ft peaks and the San Juan National Forest to the north, and Purgatory Resort or Hesperus Ski Area both nearby, you will always have extraordinary places to explore. With over 300 days of annual sunshine, the angler will find the perfect paradise of Animas River Valley. The recreational opportunities in this area are never ending. La Plata Mountain Ranch is greatly benefited by its close proximity to Durango, Colorado, for endless adventure and city amenities like great restaurants, theatre’s, medical care, shopping, and regional airport access. The LaPlata Mountain Ranch is one of those rare finds; priced right, huge acreage, low overhead, great wildlife, and all wrapped into an unprecedented ranch lifestyle, right out the front door.
$11,000,000  •  2,275 acres
Picture Gallery Ranch with 2275+/- deeded acres is a true mountain diamond situated in the beautiful higher alpine elevations (8,200’ to 8,600’) of Pinon Mesa/Glade Park with a gorgeous alpine mix of aspen, ponderosa pine, oaks, pristine mountain meadows, along with numerous springs, ponds and wallows. This exceptional ranch is a trophy elk hunters dream with the current owners having taken several huge bull elk from 360” to 393” and have seen even bigger bulls – plus big mule deer upwards of 190”, huge bears and excellent turkey hunting. From Sept-Oct it is common to have 50 plus bull elk on the ranch and 100 plus cow elk – it is elk crazy with all the bugling. Enjoy the elk and wildlife right from your log cabin deck. Improvements include a beautiful custom built Pioneer log home/cabin with a newly finished basement that will sleep 4-6 guests and two newer shop bldgs. The Picture Gallery is a short but very scenic 30 minute drive from Grand Junction to the ranch gate via season access roads. Privacy, wildlife, trophy big game hunting and the comforts of home! Come take a peek – you’ll love it.
$421,960  •  960 acres
Under Contract
960 acres Kiowa county flat dryland.
$5,875,000  •  874.9 acres
Indian Creek Ranch sits on center stage in one of Mother Nature’s virtuoso performances. This is the heartbeat of Spanish Peaks Country and this handcrafted Lodge is as bold and beautiful as the panorama that surrounds it! The 16,544± square foot custom lodge features impressive high ceilings, oversized picture windows, masterful stonework and massive log timbers. The fully furnished home includes many European antiques and an extensive western art collection. All the common areas of the home are spacious enough for large gatherings yet cozy enough for quiet reflection. Six fireplaces create ambiance and in-floor radiant heat adds a gentle blanket of comfort throughout the home. Ambient light spills into the Master Chef’s Kitchen, which features commercial grade appliances, custom cabinetry, and solid granite countertops. A historic Royal Charter Oak Dual Range is the room’s centerpiece. Each of the Lodge’s eight bedrooms have private baths. Four of the Guest Suites encompass over 1,000 square feet each and include kitchenettes, living areas, fireplaces, and direct outdoor access. Indian Creek Ranch covers 873 fenced and cross-fenced acres and includes roughly 140 acres of productive hayfields. Long Summer growing seasons and mild Southern Colorado winters add up to superior year-round grazing. The Ranch has been under the watchful eye of attentive management and proud ownership. The facilities of the working ranch include a newly remodeled three-bedroom Manager’s Home, a six-stall horse barn, eight loafing sheds, a large workshop, a new equipment barn, and multiple outer sheds. A healthy herd of primary select Angus Cattle, additional livestock and all ranch equipment run with the land. The Ranch Manager would like to continue caring for the Ranch that he has grown to love if the new owners desire. In the early days, the Cowboys who worked this ranch were happy to have two squares a day and a roof over their heads. Today, you can still see their names etched in the walls of the historic Lake Cabin. Here, the hustle and bustle of modern living are just over the hill, yet it seems to be a world away. Water is a precious resource in this region and Indian Creek Ranch is blessed with abundance. Excellent water rights from four irrigation ditches and Indian Creek feed an eleven-acre trout lake and a twelve-acre irrigation lake. Drinking water is supplied by a historic artesian well. Water and Mineral Rights run with the land. Trophy hunting and fishing opportunities are plentiful on the ranch and the San Isabel National Forest is just a walk or horseback ride away. The Spanish Peaks and Goemmer’s Butte rise to the East and the massive Sangre De Cristo Range rise to the West. The views from the ranch are unchanged from centuries past, a virtue that is increasingly rare these days. The Indian Creek Ranch did experience slight damage in the Spring Creek Fire, but the ranch was not adversely affected.
$4,500,000  •  713.52 acres
Pitman Cherry Creek Ranch consists of 713.52± deeded acres and 488± acres of state leased land and is backed into over 2,100± limited access BLM public acres. The ranch is nestled in Cherry Creek basin and sits beneath the extraordinary skyline of the La Plata Mountain Range. With 1.5± miles of live water on Cherry Creek, the ranch is benefited by both irrigation and recreation water rights. Neighboring the famous Louis Lamour Ranch, this remarkable holding is reportedly the background to many Louis Lamour western novels, and when traveling through the ranch’s varied terrain from the deep black timber ridges, to the cool shadowed valley floors and oak covered bluffs, you feel like you are walking through history if you’ve enjoyed these western novels. Located in La Plata County, one of southern Colorado’s most desired counties and home to Durango, Colorado, known as the gateway to some of Colorado’s top recreational opportunities. The ranch is benefited by convenient year-round access, located off Hwy 160 and county maintained Cherry Creek Road. Improvements on the ranch include a well built, comfortable 2,220± square foot 3-bedroom, 3-bath home with a 6-car garage, and a 2,069± square foot fully insulated shop. For the equestrian enthusiast, the ranch has a 6-stall barn with a roping arena and great horse pasture. The ranch is home to exceptional big game with a trifecta of wildlife habitat; terrain, water, and feed providing a sanctuary for some of this region’s best big game. The varied terrain of heavy timber canyons, high grassland mesas, open hay meadows, and oak covered plateaus, coupled with historic migration routes make this ranch home to some of the top regional Elk and Mule Deer herds, Turkey, Black Bears, and Mountain Lions. With the Mesa Verde National Park and Menefee Mountain Wilderness Study Area to the west, the vast La Plata Mountain Range of 14,000 ft peaks and the San Juan National Forest to the north, and Purgatory Ski Resort or Hesperus Ski Area both nearby, you will always have extraordinary places to explore. With over 300 days of annual sunshine, the angler will find the Animas River Valley a perfect paradise. The Ranch is greatly benefited by its proximity to Durango, Colorado, for endless adventure, city amenities like great restaurants, theatre’s, medical care, shopping, and regional airport access.
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$2,160,000  •  660 acres
$2,200,000
660 acre high fenced game ranch with custom built 2,000 SF Main House and 1,900 SF Hunter's lodge. 4 water wells, 4 small tanks, various game native and exotic. Blinds, feeders, equipment and furnishings convey.
$1,290,000  •  645 acres
645 Acre Ranch in Southern Missouri with Live Water from Huge Spring, Stocked Ponds, Lush Pasture, and Lots of Timber
$1,678,450  •  628.77 acres
The Southern Star high-fenced hunting ranch consists of 628.77 acres and is located on the west side of Irion County in the heart of the golden triangle of west Texas hunting country.  It sits 15 miles north of Barnhart on Highway 163.  It also falls 25 miles west of Mertzon, Texas, and 50 miles west of San Angelo Regional Airport making it easy access for out of state hunters. The Southern Star Ranch is a gorgeous private retreat.  The beautifully manicured, 2400 square foot, 2 bedroom, 2 ½ bath rock headquarters has a wrap-around porch with matching travertine tile floors inside and out, large patio with an oversized gazebo, and a separate 2-car garage.  This home is fully furnished and furnishings convey to the new owners with the property.  Outbuildings include 2 fully furnished hunting lodges with a large covered concrete grilling patio, insulated and wired shop, sheds, 10x10 walk-in cooler, deer cleaning area, and a carport for the GMC 4x4 ranch pickup and Polaris UTV which both convey with the sale.  The high fences are in great shape on all sides.  There is a west pasture that sits on the west side of Texas Highway 163 and is approximately 190 acres. The house pasture sits on the east side of the highway and consists of approximately 448 acres.  Located in the middle of the western Edwards Plateau, this ranch sits in the Middle Concho Watershed where the best deer are found.  The Concho River Watershed receives flow from more than 9 west Texas counties.  The area receives 21.25 inches of rain annually on average.  The area is also known for extraordinary underground water in abundance from the Dockum minor aquifer and the major Edwards Trinity Aquifer.  Both pastures are well watered.  In the west pasture there are two water wells approximately 180’ deep with submersible pumps.  In the east or “house” pasture, there are 4 wells.  There is one well for the twin lodges and one for the main lodge complete with a rock well house.  Both of these have submersible pumps.  There are two solar wells in the pasture on the west side.  There are 3 Santa Rosa water wells that do not convey with the sale.  An easement will be retained by the seller for access to the Santa Rosa wells.  The Southern Star Ranch is known for its improved trophy white-tail deer.  Recently harvested bucks scored 175 and 202.  The hunting program is well managed.  There are currently 40 does and 40 bucks.  All of the feeders and blinds convey with the sale which includes 2 feeders and a blind on the west side and 6 feeders and 2 blinds on the east side.  There are two feeder pens with two feeders in each pen.  Other species of wildlife found here include Rio Grande turkey, Blue Quail, Bobwhite quail, and dove. Javelina have also been spotted. Elevation is mostly level with a difference of only 60 feet across the entire ranch.  There is a gentle draw that traverses the middle of the ranch where the does are often found browsing and bedding down.  The soils are good for grazing and conditions are practical for improvements such as seeding, fertilizing, and water control.  These soils can be used safely for grazing or wildlife food and cover.  Soils include Angelo silty clay loam (2c), Ector soils (7s) which are moist with a 1-8% slope, Rio Concho and Dev soils, 0-3% slope (6w).  The ranch would make a nice working ranch for livestock in addition to the hunting component as it is gently rolling to level ground with many good grazing grasses.  In this region of Texas are a variety of good grasses, both tall varieties as well as short grasses, which is unique to this particular area because of variation in precipitation.  Some of these good grasses include Curly mesquite, Vine-mesquite, Tabosagrass, Sideoats grama, Texas grama, Black grama, varieties of bluestem, Buffalo-grass, Texas wintergrass, Eastern gamagrass, Hall panicum, dropseed varieties, Green sprangletop, and many other strong west Texas grasses.  You can readily find shrubs such as sumac, acacia, Honey mesquite trees and Algerita which provide food and cover as well as multiple varieties of forbes including filaree, sage, salvia and Tallow weed.   Redberry juniper, Mormon tea, bunch grasses and other shrubs also provide cover for deer and quail and all other wildlife.  The ranch is being offered as surface only.  The mineral estate does not convey.  Proof of funds is required for all showings.  Please see the video at www.MMRanchLandInvestments.com and call Mike Dolan for more information.  325-450-2550  DISCLAIMER: All property information contained herein is furnished by the owner, or from sources deemed reliable to the best of their knowledge. It is not guaranteed, and United Country M&M Ranch Land Investments, LLC makes no representation, guarantee, or warranty, expressed or implied; nor do we assume any legal liability for its accuracy. All offerings are subject to change in price, errors, omissions, prior sales, and/or withdrawal without notice. Purchaser is solely responsible for verification and all necessary due diligence that may be necessary or required for purchasers' intended use of the subject property. In accordance with the law, all properties are offered without regard to race, color, gender, creed, national origin, familial status, or handicap. NOTE: The square footage of home and buildings, lot sizes, acreage size, and all property dimensions are approximate; subject to verification by the purchaser, and/or new survey. 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$2,298,290  •  622 acres
622 +/- Acre Ozark Mountains Hunting & Recreation Ranch, Stilwell, OK, Adair County. Homes, cabins, lodge, gun range, shops. Turnkey ranch. Everything you need for your mountain getaway is here.
$589,000  •  620 acres
This 620 acres has it all with electricity, submersible well, water storage and great frontage on Grey Ranch Road. This ranch lies in the Independence Creek upper watershed and is a series of limestone hills and broad valleys. Tamaulipan Brushland, Hill Country and Chihuahuan Desert habitats are all part of North Porter Ranch. Mule deer and whitetail deer populations on the Ranch are tremendous, with a population about 50/50 for the two deer types. Within the steep terrain along the canyons, one can also find Elk and Aoudad sheep. Wing shooting for Blue Quail and Mourning Dove are tremendous.
$2,145,000  •  548.43 acres
Under Contract
Buck Basin Ranch lies in the Salt Creek basin, nestled in and facing the north rim of the Grand Mesa National Forest just southwest of the mountain town of Collbran, Colorado. The Ranch boast 548.43 deeded acres, exceptional water rights, excellent public land access, and over 2 miles of Salt Creek. As a working ranch, Buck Basin Ranch hosts very good water rights with an exceptional water distribution system, greatly enhancing the 5 irrigated pastures for both livestock and wildlife. As a sporting ranch, Buck Basin Ranch is well named. Nestled under Red Mountain and Sugar Loaf Peaks, it is backed and fronted by over 5,500 acres of hard to reach public BLM lands, and has the trifecta for wildlife, hosting protected bedding grounds, high-quality food sources, and highly available water. The Buck Basin Ranch is located in Big Game Unit 421 and is home to some of Colorado’s true quality big game. Collbran, Colorado is home to the American Service Women’s Memorial, dedicated to recognizing the role of women in America’s war efforts. Collbran is also home to Vega State Park and Vega Lake. This small mountain town is blessed with annual highs in the region averaging a comfortable 62.2 degrees, and sees average lows of 32.8 degrees. Close to the ranch is the city of Grand Junction, Colorado where you can get your big city fix, or adventure to world-famous views, with the vistas and canyons of the Colorado National Moment, and Powderhorn Ski Area. The Buck Basin ranch is located in the heart of the best recreational opportunities of the western United States. Pick any direction! North hosts the vast ranges of public lands of Wyoming and Sierra Madre Mountain range. To the east, you have the Hot Springs of Glenwood Springs, Vail Valley, and the history and glamour of Aspen, Colorado. To the west, you will find the western deserts, Lake Powel, the Green River, and Canyon Lands, and to the south, the endless recreation high mountain lakes, unlimited trails, and some of the west’s best hunting. From life to lifestyle, the Buck Basin Ranch is a rare mountain ranch to be appreciated. Come take a look and see all that this ranch has to offer.
$1,540,000  •  497 acres
Los Creek Ranch lies in one of Colorado’s largest public lands playgrounds, with few people playing in it. Located South East of Gunnison and North West of Saguache, this portion of the Gunnison National Forest and the La Garita Peaks is a true sportsman’s wish come true. The 497± deeded acre ranch is strategically located on Los Creek, providing senior water rights to open hay meadows. Timber ridges and open grasslands make up the balance of the ranch acreage. Nestled into 10’s of 1,000’s of public acres and Game Management Unit 67, one of the west’s best limited big game hunting units. The ranch acreage provides access to coveted Landowner Preference tags, granting special hunting tags. This big game unit has historically supported outstanding elk, mule deer and antelope populations, accented by bighorn sheep and a quickly growing moose herds. The Los Creek Ranch offers complete facilities, sitting at a spectacular 9,100’ in elevation, providing cool summers, colorful mountain falls, and white winters. The ranches off-grid improvements enhance a secure and complete lifestyle while living in a spectacular part of Colorado. The ranch acreage and amenities are a gateway for generations of adventures. In addition to the world-class big game hunting the ranch is adjacent to miles upon miles of exceptional public trout streams, one of which is the famous upper Cochetopa Creek, located just minutes out the front gate. For the younger family members, friends, and the lake fishing enthusiast, just out the gate are two exceptional public lakes, the Upper and Lower Dome Lakes. These two adjacent live water opportunities are just a few of the region’s offerings providing some of the finest alpine trout fishing. Outside of the ranch, the adventures continue with virtually limitless access to miles of OHV trails, backcountry Horseback adventures, and wilderness peak hikes. The improvements on the ranch are well done, well cared for, and strategically located. Offering a 3-bedroom, 2-bath home with an attached 2-car garage, a guest/bunkhouse, heated shop with 12’ doors and office, 2 insulated horse stalls, and dry covered storage for hay/farm equipment and toys. The ranch improvements offer a piped delivery on irrigation water. Gated pipe irrigated hay meadow, ranch entry gates, quality fencing, and meadow windmill. Topped off with great views and usable grounds. Los Creek Ranch is a well-cared for, well-located piece of the mountain west. Offering privacy, access, views, proximity and unparalleled recreation.
$964,600  •  482.3 acres
These acres are for serious hunters who desire to strategically manage, hunt, and enjoy a very diverse property. Conveniently located 36 minutes to Huntsville International Airport, 30 minutes to downtown Decatur, 20 minutes to downtown Cullman and less than one and a half hours from Birmingham, Alabama. This tract has approximately 65 acres of young pine plantation providing optimal food and cover for trophy bucks, as well as, a future return on a great timber investment. Over 200 acres of old growth white oaks, red oaks, and other hardwoods providing a great natural mast crop for deer and turkeys as well as aesthetic and timber value. Frontage on beautiful, flowing, rock bottom Mill Creek supplies year-round water for wildlife, as well as, light fishing opportunities. For the avid angler head over to Lewis Smith Lake. With over 21,000 acres and 500 miles of shoreline, it's no wonder Smith Lake was chosen to be the setting for Stage Five of the 2019 MLF Bass Pro Tour. Five strategically placed food plots for watching, patterning and hunting trophy bucks with well-planned shooting house locations and entry/exit routes so the game and habitat is not disturbed during use. Many other stand sites centered around funnels, pinch points, and edges offer options for different wind directions and trophy buck patterns. Over three miles of internal roads and trails for easy access around the property with three different gated entrances for targeted approaches while hunting trophy bucks. A great cabin/ lodge or home site overlooks the property from across the road, so the game and habitat will not be disturbed while entertaining friends or family. One-half mile of county road frontage with power in a quiet, peaceful area less than 1.5 miles off I-65 exit 318 in Morgan County, Alabama.
$989,000  •  450 acres
Property Details Name of Property: Sardis Mountain Retreat 450-RDB Status: Active Acreage: 450 Acres Closest Town: Clayton, OK Access: Paved county road and gravel driveway Taxes: $1,400.00/year 2019 Topography: Hilly, mountainous, some flat pasture Improvements: Home, barns, shop, ponds, fencing Home Sqft: 1,468 Bedrooms: 2 Baths: 2 Forage: Bermuda and native grasses Capacity: 6-8 head Water: Stocked ponds, seasonal streams Wildlife: Whitetail deer, turkey, bobcat, bear Utilities: Rural water, electric, septic system Development Potential: Several cabin subdivisions near property Comments This is a one-of-a-kind property for that person who wants to be surrounded by pristine nature in all its glory. Beautiful scenery with mountainous trails, great views of the Sardis Lake area, private fishing ponds, and pastures for livestock enthusiasts. This is a Hunter's paradise with whitetail deer, turkey, bobcat, coyote, bear, hundreds of birds, and small animal species. Modern living with electricity and rural water. Great Shop with overhead doors, wood working area and man cave for guests. Sardis Lake has 117 miles of scenic Southeastern Oklahoma shoreline. Sardis Lake is located five miles north of Clayton along Oklahoma Highway 2. The lake covers 14,360 acres and offers many opportunities for a variety of outdoor recreation including water skiing and boating. There are three campgrounds located around the lake offering various facilities including general hookups, restrooms, showering facilities, playground, swim beach, boat ramps and fishing docks. Although Sardis Lake is known for producing several of Oklahoma's largest bass, the stocked lake also provides fishermen excellent opportunities to catch Channel and Blue catfish, Threadfin Shad and Bluegill. An area well suited for a retirement or recreational get away! Near AR, LA and TX.
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$3,600,000  •  407.82 acres
$4,000,000
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