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$71,000,000  •  5,055.67 acres
Arguably the finest mountain ranch retreat in the Rocky Mountain West. Diamond G doesn’t just claim to have it all. It, in fact, does! Privacy – It lies at the end of the road, virtually surrounded by state and federal lands. Access – It is accessible year-round and lies about 17 miles from Dubois and about one hour and 15 minutes from the Jackson Hole Airport. Fishing – It has an estimated 5 miles of the Dunoir River on private land with immediate access to 2.5 more miles on public land that is rarely accessed by the public. The Dunoir is a world-class trout fishery with trout in the 20 plus inch category. Wildlife – Bear, elk, moose, antelope, mountain lion, coyote, wolverine, multiple bird species, and both bighorn sheep and mountain goats are often seen in the adjacent national forest. It is one of the richest, wildest places for wildlife we have ever seen. Scenery – Absolutely breathtaking with a lush riparian corridor flanked by timbered and open mountains rising to over 11,000 feet topped by dramatic rock formations and three major peaks – Ramshorn, Coffin Butte and Pinnacles. Improvements – Comfortable lodge and guest quarters, operating facilities, and staff quarters all in an authentic western vernacular. Containing over 5,000 deeded acres - This is not just a small inholding in the national forest. When you come up the private road and see the ranch laid out before you, it is the real deal. There is virtually nothing else that one would want to own. The Facts: ~ LOCATION: 17 miles west of Dubois and about 90 minutes from Jackson Hole. ~ ACREAGE: 5,856± total including 800± acres of private and state lease. ~ ACREAGE BREAKDOWN: Approximately 1,000-acre riparian area with about 500 that could be hayed. Balance in native range. ~ SCENERY: Dramatic! Ranch controls head of Dunoir River Valley with peaks over 11,000 feet above it. ~ WILDLIFE: Extensive – wolverine, elk, wolves, grizzlies, mountain lion, moose, antelope, etc. ~ FISHERY: Seven plus miles of the Dunoir River boasting cutthroat, brown and rainbow trout over 20 inches. ~ OPERATION: Best suited for summer grazing and production of grass hay for sale. ~ PRIVACY: Ranch lies at the end of a private road and controls entire valley surrounded on three sides by national forest with no public access through the ranch. ~ SUMMARY: Exceptional offering of a totally private and highly scenic ranch with extraordinary wildlife and fishing within 90 minutes of Jackson Hole.
$1,995,000  •  621.64 acres
Spectacular scenery, view of Lake Roosevelt and gorgeous terrain. Explore rolling hills, tall timber and open meadows. Wildlife abounds with deer, elk, moose and big horn sheep. This property would make an excellent hunting lodge or private retreat. Approximately 200 acres of farmland and 200 acres of timber with the balance in open space. Four springs and separate drainage areas provide water and habitat. Numerous building sites. Completely fenced, access directly from paved road and electricity is available. Fantastic location just 1 mile from the Lincoln boat ramp with tremendous fishing, boating, hunting, hiking and outdoor activities all around. Just 1 hour to Spokane International Airport. Owner financing possible.
$1,995,000  •  621 acres
Fantastic hunting property or private retreat. Just 1 mile to Roosevelt Lake with fantastic fish, boating and water adventure. Property has had deer, elk, moose, bear and big horn sheet. Four springs and drainage area provide water and habitat. Access from paved road and just 1 hour to the International Airport.
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$7,500,000  •  498 acres
$10,000,000 • Under Contract
Indian Creek Ranch stands out as something of an oasis in the expansive Madison Valley 18 miles south of Ennis where its namesake Indian Creek enters the Madison River. The ranch encompasses 498± deeded acres plus a State of Montana agricultural lease on an adjacent 110± acres. It lies between Highway 287 and the Madison River. The building compound is located out of sight below the highway, with Indian Creek meandering through the complex. The site is marked by enormous cottonwood trees, extensive lawns, and a private fishing pond. Improvements consist of an owner’s home, a guest house, a manager’s duplex, a large barn set up for equine pursuits, a traditional horse barn with haymow, and a pole calving barn. The setting is exquisite as it incorporates wonderful views of both the Madison Range and the Gravelly Range with minimal impact from the highway. The Madison River is a short walk across the meadow. The ranch includes over 100 acres of meadows and is well set up as a winter base for a cattle operation. However, it has historically been operated as a horse ranch where clinics have been offered and, under a previous owner, as a base for training and breeding polo ponies. The Facts: ~ Location: 18 miles south of Ennis and just over an hour’s drive to Bozeman. ~ Acreage: Deeded 498± acres with an additional 110± acres State of Montana lease. ~ Acreage Breakdown: 87± acres irrigated (35.6 on state) 521± acres of native range and sub-irrigated. ~ Improvements: Main house, guest house, staff duplex, equestrian barn, old-style hip roof barn and calving barn. Attractive pole and jack leg fencing and huge lawns enhance the building complex. ~ Water: Excellent Madison River water rights for irrigation plus three wells and an appealing fish pond with waterfall. ~ Wildlife: Antelope, moose, whitetail deer and elk in season. ~ Fisheries: Nearly a mile of private frontage on the Madison River plus Indian Creek and a trout pond. ~ Conservation Easement: Yes. ~ Summary: A lush oasis on the river well set up as a private equestrian retreat with hundreds of acres of adjacent public lands on which to ride or fish.
$2,250,000  •  491.15 acres
Welcome to Hedberg Ranch! One of the most diverse ranch offerings in this amazing mountain west segment of the State of Colorado. The total 491.156 acres is comprised of 5 contiguous subdivided lots and is being offered only in it's entirety, zoned agricultural, featuring over 100+ acres of irrigated hay meadows with 3.70 cfs of adjudicated senior priority water rights and a 1.5 surface area pond, which would accommodate stocked fish. The present use has been raising alfalfa/grass mix hay for resale together with the properties resources it could also easily make a great livestock grazing operation. The property is populated with Mule Deer, Elk, Moose, Mountain Lion, Bear, Bobcat, Coyote, Fox, Snowshoe Rabbits and Wild Turkey and is in Colorado Game Management Unit (GMU) No. 22. The present owner has used the property recreationally for non-commercial family oriented big and small game hunting. The improvements include: a 2001, comfortable and charming 1169 sq. ft. log cabin, 2 main level bedrooms and a loft sleeping area, 1 bath, and propane heat. 3264 Sq. ft. hay shed, 216 sq. ft. metal utility shed and metal tank granary. The Ranch is situated at the midway point along Colorado Highway 13 between Meeker, CO and the highly sought-after White River area to the north and Rifle, CO and the Colorado River, known as the Life's Blood of the West, to the south. The property is located at the doorstep of thousands of acres of BLM Lands and the White River National Forest, the Nation's most visited National Forest, encompassing 2.3 million acres, with hundreds of lakes and streams, 11 ski resorts, 8 wilderness areas, 10 mountain peeks over 14,000 feet and 2500 miles of trails. This is truly a place where you can select the adventure and inspirational opportunities of your choosing and live life to its absolute maximum. The property is located 22 miles from Meeker, 23 miles from Interstate 70 at Rifle for highway transportation, 26 miles to the Garfield County Regional Airport for private jet service and charter flights. 70 miles from Eagle County Airport, 90 miles to Aspen Airport, and 80 miles from Grand Junctions Airport, with all 3 offering commercial flights. Miles to social, shopping, restaurants, recreational outings and medical facilities will reflect nearly the same distances as the distance to airport facilities, respectively. ***LISTED BY JACK PRETTI OF COLDWELL BANKER MASON MORSE***
$1,530,000  •  388 acres
Stunning Ranch with two homes, amazing grazing for your cattle or livestock, over 222 acres of alfalfa, senior water rights, outstanding wildlife and hunting area!
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$1,495,000  •  363 acres
The Great Madonna Mine is for sale! This is a rare opportunity to own the largest and closest private parcel to Monarch Ski Area in Salida, Colorado. 363+/- acres bordering National Forest on 3 sides with 2,500+/- feet of South Arkansas River passing through the property filling multiple ponds with excellent private fishing. Potential for a year-round Colorado resort property, Colorado hunting and fishing property or a legacy family retreat with year-round paved access. Varied terrain from grassy creak bottom at 10,080 ft to dense forest to above timberline meadows and crags at 11,700 ft. Over 5 miles of well-developed roads provide access to multiple building sites throughout the property including approximately 25-30 acres of level ground along the creek. Located in GMU 561, elk, deer, moose, bear, Rocky Mountain Sheep and Goat take full advantage of this private sanctuary. Exceptional hunting property consisting of grassy meadows along the creek and above timberline, dark timber, and pocket meadows littered throughout the dense forest areas. Year-round recreation including hiking, climbing, fishing, hunting, mountain biking, dirt biking, UTV/ATV riding, wildlife viewing, rock hounding and exploring all right on the property. One of the largest producing ore mines in western Colorado during the mining boom there are remnants of the boom days throughout the property including a concrete block storage building, the primary mine entrance building, several cabin sites and the massive pullies of the ore tramway. The miles of underground tunnels are now mostly blocked off but several openings and deep tunnels are still visible. Two miles by highway to Monarch Ski Area; 18 miles to Salida, Colorado; less than two miles to the Continental Divide, Monarch Crest Trail, Colorado Trail; short hikes to nearby fishing in Waterdog and Boss Lake. 9/10 mineral interest will convey at closing.
$2,950,000  •  321 acres
OWN YOUR OWN CANYON & the ultimate private retreat. Located at the base of the Beaverhead Mountains in Lemhi, ID, this 321 acre property is just 1 mile from the Continental Divide. Surrounded by federal land with year-round access, this stunning property offers unimaginable views of Idaho's Lemhi Range, the convergence of 2 creeks, a multitude of springs, 5 water rights and a 40' deep creek-fed pond filled w/ wild trout. With 68ac of Meadow, 50 irrigated acres and 202ac for Dry Grazing, be sure to bring your livestock. Peterson Creek runs through the entire 1.5+ mile length of this property, which also features an 800yd private rifle range. Truly an off-grid retreat, the imported Canadian Western Red Cedar log cabin has a 2KW solar system and a backup propane Kohler generator with a 500-gal buried tank. Originally planned as the guest quarters, the 2 bed/1 bath cabin features locally sourced rustic barnwood interior with knotty pine doors, wrought iron fixtures, random width tongue and groove pine cathedral ceilings and 2 antique cast iron stoves. Current infrastructure was set up to accommodate an additional, larger main house. No light or noise pollution here, you can escape it all and be completely self-sufficient. Contact listing agent for aerial video or more info today!
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$795,000  •  209.5 acres
$950,000
Great log home, log barn and horse & livestock property with gorgeous mountain views and off-grid features. Beautiful log home and 209.5 acres with cross-fenced pastures, roping arena, round pen, horse stalls & tack room.
$3,500,000  •  124 acres
The 124± acre Copper Basin Ranch is an undeveloped national forest inholding located approximately 25 miles northeast of the resort community of Ketchum/Sun Valley over Trail Creek Pass and 40 miles from Mackay via Trail Creek Road and US Highway 93. The East Fork of the Big Lost River, a beautiful mid-sized freestone stream, flows for over a mile through the property providing outstanding trout fishing throughout its length. Star Hope and Wildhorse Creeks (two of the East Fork's main tributaries), along with the North Fork of the Big Lost and main stem Big Lost, are only a short distance away from the property and offer additional high-quality, easily accessible fishing opportunities. The remnant structures of a former homestead are the only improvements on the ranch. With a level, valley bottom topography, there are excellent building sites that offer enchanting views of the river and the surrounding peaks of the Pioneer and White Knob Mountains. Big Rocky Canyon opens onto the north side of the ranch and provides private access to the adjacent high country. The Salmon-Challis National Forest surrounds the ranch and offers miles of hiking, horseback riding, and big game hunting. Wildlife in the East Fork Valley includes elk, mule deer, moose, antelope, mountain goats, and upland game birds.
$2,650,000  •  114.5 acres
The Crazy Mountain Retreat is approximately 114 acres, located three miles east of Clyde Park, Montana, near the town of Livingston. The lands are a combination of riparian creek bottom along the banks of Rock Creek and upland sage meadows. Rock Creek emerges out of the south end of the Crazy Mountains to the north and flows southerly into the Shields River and ultimately to the Yellowstone. Rock Creek courses through the northwest corner of the ranch and into a contiguous 480-acre tract of lands owned by the state of Montana. It’s a small stream fishery and primarily holds populations of native cutthroat. The ranch also supports numbers of whitetail, upland birds, moose, antelope, and a wide variety of animals that migrate up and down the riparian corridor from the mountains to the river. The ranch buildings are simple and include a modest home and associated outbuildings for the family, horses, and other livestock. An idyllic site to build resides on the southwest side of the property adjacent to a flowing spring and Rock Creek. The site absorbs a magnificent view of three prominent mountain ranges including the Bridgers, the Absarokas, and dominantly - the Crazies. This is a livable location less than an hour from the city of Bozeman and an international airfield. Skiing at Bridger Bowl is just over 30 minutes, and Yellowstone Park is within an hour. The Facts: ~ 114± acres ~ Three miles east of Clyde Park, 20 miles northeast of Livingston, and less than an hour to Bozeman ~ 1/4± mile of frontage on Rock Creek with an additional 1.5 miles of creek on the adjacent state lands ~ Tremendous mountain views of three ranges ~ Great build site adjacent to Rock Creek and a large emergent spring ~ Super livable location with easy proximity to services, schools, airfields, and dining
$5,250,000  •  95 acres
This is a once in a lifetime opportunity to purchase rare Bitterroot River frontage. The privacy the Bitterroot River Retreat has is unparalleled in today’s market. This slice of heaven has 95 deeded acres with access to a neighboring State 640. The property incorporates convenient location close to major services and communities, all while being privately at the end of the road. This one of a kind opportunity checks all the boxes on a Montana Retreat.
$280,000  •  42 acres
40+ acres of mountain recreation land overlooking Vega Reservoir. Property adjoins Vega State Park (Bureau of Reclamation) to the north. Off-grid property is treed with aspen and Gambel oak. Enjoy all the recreation that Vega State Park offers, plus you are minutes away from the Grand Mesa National Forest - big game hunting, ATVing, hiking, snowmobiling, fishing and more!
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$995,000  •  20 acres
$1,075,000
Gorgeous and private farm property with nice home, guest home, shop and outbuildings. This large, comfortable home is located on 19.9 acres, just 20 minutes north of Sandpoint, Idaho. With a combined total livable square footage (main home and guest home) of over 4,500', 5 bedrooms and 3.5 baths, you have space for everyone, including your guests! The homes are finished with beautiful T&G wood throughout and flooded with natural light. You will truly enjoy the warm character offered with the two residences. Large shop, barn and covered parking too. Property is fenced/ cross fenced, could be hayed, grazed or ? There is also a huge garden that is producing daily! Zoning indicates Rural- 5 acre minimums. Come and see this property, you will not be disappointed.