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$2,200,000  •  240 acres
The 45 and Star Valley Ranches are wilderness inholdings that lie in the heart of the magnificent Owyhee Canyonlands of southwestern Idaho. Simply known as the “Owyhees,” this is an immense, sparsely populated region spanning portions of Idaho, Nevada and Oregon where sheer canyon walls swell to broad sagebrush plateaus that roll across one of the largest intact and undeveloped expanses of public land remaining in the Lower 48. Consisting of 480± total deeded acres, the property is encompassed by the Owyhee River Wilderness Area managed by the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) and represents the only developed private land for over 40 miles in any direction. Access is either from the air, utilizing the property’s private 2,000± foot grass airstrip, or by vehicle from highway 225 and the small community of Owyhee, Nevada, located approximately two hours southeast of the ranch over BLM roads. For over a century, the 240± acre 45 Ranch served as the headquarters for a remote ranching operation that spread across the southwestern corner of the state. Today, the ranch is used and managed as a four-season wilderness retreat with an emphasis on wildlife and backcountry recreation. The property features a comfortable three-bedroom owner’s cabin, caretaker’s home, and several ranch buildings, including a stone house that dates back to the homestead era. The buildings are serviced by a reliable, easy-to-operate, solar-powered electrical system with back-up generators. A satellite internet system ensures ease of communication with the outside world. A row of poplar trees planted by an early owner of the 45 overlooks the ranch compound and an adjacent half-acre, year-round pond fed by river water. A gazebo sits next to the pond and features an Argentinean-style outdoor grilling and dining area. The 240± acre Star Valley Ranch is located in its own canyon matrix approximately 10 miles south of the “45” at the confluence of Tent Creek and the Little Owyhee River. Both of these streams are seasonal, although springs in Tent Creek Canyon provide a year-round source of water. Access to Star Valley from the 45 is over a gravel road that traverses a plateau above the Little Owyhee. An historic ranch in its own right, Star Valley is an aggregation of two original homesteads that became the base of operation for a year-round ranching operation. Structures include a shop/storage building and an unused ranch house. Star Valley joins the south end of the Owyhee River Wilderness Area and also borders lands owned by the State of Idaho. The South Fork of the Owyhee River flows north through the 45 Ranch for nearly a mile, supporting native redband trout and smallmouth bass along the way, before joining the East Fork of the Owyhee River 12 miles downstream. The upper Owyhee River, including its primary tributaries, the South Fork and East Fork, is regarded as one of the region’s great wilderness river systems. For a couple of months each spring when river flows are optimal, the upper Owyhee becomes a destination for hearty, self-sufficient kayakers, canoeists, and rafting parties seeking solitude and adventure in a secluded canyon environment. The surrounding Owyhee River Wilderness offers miles of hiking, horseback riding, hunting, fishing, and other non-motorized pursuits in a landscape where it is the rare exception to come across another human. Blessed with abundant wildlife, the ranch is home to California bighorn sheep, elk, mule deer, and numerous coveys of chukar and quail. An extensive wetland restoration effort involving the ranch’s original hayfield has resulted in an even greater concentration of wildlife on the property. From a cultural perspective, the Owyhees hold a profound significance for Native Americans who have called the area home for thousands of years. Evidence of their existence can be found in the many pictographs, petroglyphs, and artifacts that these original inhabitants left behind. Cattle ranching has a long history in the region as well, and remnant structures from the early days of the Idaho cowboy dot the side canyons and river bottoms. As a bonus, night skies at the ranch are among the darkest in the nation offering stargazers unimpeded views of the galaxy. The Facts ~ 480± total deeded acres located in a unique canyon setting ~ Owyhee River Wilderness Area and other public lands surround the ranch ~ Only private holdings within a 500± square mile area ~ South Fork of the Owyhee River flows through the property for nearly a mile ~ Furnished owner’s cabin with easy-to-operate, off-grid power and communications systems plus other ranch buildings ~ 2,000± foot private, grass airstrip provides ease of access ~ Water rights for irrigation and wildlife use ~ Excellent big game and upland bird hunting and fishing for redband trout and smallmouth ~ Located in Idaho hunt unit 42 and the Owyhee-South Hills elk zone ~ Conservation easements in place on the 45 Ranch to preserve the property’s unique wilderness attributes. Star Valley is not covered by an easement. ~ Elevation is approximately 4,300 feet ~ Annual property taxes are approximately $2,000
$595,000  •  240 acres
- 240 deeded acres - 21 miles Southeast of Lewistown - 3/4 mile of McDonald Creek - Pheasants and Whitetails - No Buildings
$1,000,000  •  240 acres
240 Acres bordering BLM and creek frontage
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$2,950,000  •  225 acres
$3,250,000
This luxurious 225-acre estate is conveniently located 5.5 miles west of Montrose, Colorado off of Spring Creek Road. This ranch is positioned atop a beautiful mesa overlooking the Montrose Valley to the East and a short distance to the west is the beautiful Shavano Valley.
$11,100  •  222 acres
Beaver Dam Creek runs through property. Located in Centerville, TX approximately 15 minutes from I-45. Preferred use is Livestock and/or Agricultural. Public hunting and fishing not allowed, but personal hunting and fishing OK. Travel trailers are OK, but permanent buildings are not allowed.
$251,329,500  •  186 acres
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Lookout Point at Bridger Shadows Ranch offers an unbeatable location just minutes from Bozeman. Comprised of 5 separate parcels totaling 186 +/- contiguous acres, the property sits in the foothills of the Bridger Mountains providing stunning 360-degree views of multiple mountain ranges, Bozeman and
$499,000  •  176 acres
Eastern Oregon recreation at its finest! Build your dream home with sweeping mountain and city views all while experiencing the peace and quiet of country living. Enjoy your own private hunting refuge with abundant wildlife including deer, elk, and gamebirds. Lower edge of property borders the La Grande UGB and lots have been platted for future development potential.No warranties or guarantees made.
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$2,195,000  •  165.4 acres
$2,495,000
Completely surrounded by National Forest land and bordered by wilderness on one side, the Oleo Ranch near Lake City, Colorado is a mountain resort without peers. Fully operational as an off-grid property with a main ranch house, bunkhouse, and seven roomy rentable cabins, Oleo Ranch has a fabulous reputation among guests, many of whom return year after year. Located squarely in the heart of some of the best hunting and fishing in Colorado, the Oleo Ranch is well-positioned to maintain its coveted reputation for customer satisfaction for generations to come. Situated at 10,500 feet between Slumgullion and Spring Creek Passes, Oleo Ranch occupies 165.4± acres of mountain meadows, aspen groves, spruce forest and riparian lands bordering Cebolla Creek. The creek itself is one of the ranch’s finest natural assets, as it offers 1.5 miles of excellent small stream fishing for wild brook and brown trout that grow up to 16 inches, with many in the 10- to 13-inch class. Cebolla Creek boasts excellent water quality and a huge aquatic insect base that keeps its trout fat and happy. Both beginning and experienced fly fishers will find much to love about Cebolla Creek. In addition, 5 small ponds have been developed along the creek that can support larger trout, some of which reach trophy proportions. Oleo Ranch is also a natural corridor for enough trophy big game to excite even the most jaded of hunters. With the abundant water on the ranch, the property is a magnet for elk, mule deer and moose. Rare indeed is the day when one or all of these species is not seen on the ranch. Oleo Ranch is located within Unit 66 and very near Unit 76, both of which are limited draw units renowned for trophy elk. A very limited season is available for moose in these units, but the moose population is thriving, and hunting opportunities are certain to increase in coming years. Accommodations on the ranch have been designed to maximize the wilderness setting and experience. Eight log cabins are scattered throughout the property, and range from 800 to 1,200 square feet, and can accommodate from 4 to 12 guests each. Electricity does not exist on the ranch, but all lighting, heating, and refrigeration are propane-powered. This makes Oleo Ranch a perfect place to literally and figuratively unplug, a feature it uses to the best advantage for those seeking a retreat from the stress of civilization. Recreational opportunities surrounding the ranch are legion. Wildlife photography and fishing on the ranch can occupy full days by themselves, but with National Forest in every direction, the possibilities multiply exponentially. Fabulous public fishing is available just a short drive to the south on the Rio Grande, and to the north, on the Lake Fork of the Gunnison River. OHV riding is legendary on the Alpine Loop, about 30 minutes away, and secondary trails are available almost on the doorstep of the ranch. Hiking and horseback trails reach from the ranch directly to the neighboring La Garita Wilderness, which offers incredible solitude, mountaineering among many high Thirteeners, and one Fourteener, 14,014-foot San Luis Peak. In addition, the famed Colorado Trail and Continental Divide Trail wind just south of the ranch. Of course, fall photography when the aspen blaze is second to none, and the complete absence of light pollution makes the ranch one of the finest dark sky locations in the United States for astronomical viewing. In the winter, the ranch is located directly on a groomed snowmobile trail system that spreads over 100 miles on both sides of the Continental Divide. The charming small mountain towns of Lake City and Creede are just down Highway 149, 17 miles and 36 miles away, respectively. Both offer dining, artisans, medical centers, Victorian architecture, and rich mining history. The Creede Repertory Theatre is world-renowned, and Lake City is the hub of the Alpine Loop Scenic Byway that accesses some of the most spectacular country in the Lower 48. At M4 Ranch Group, we believe that the Oleo Ranch is a unique find. Off-grid and yet comfortable, private and yet accessible, the Oleo Ranch blends with its beautiful San Juan Mountains setting perfectly. It could further be developed into an amazing fishing and hunting resort, a family or corporate retreat, a wilderness base camp or simply be kept as it is. If you’ve forgotten the beauty of a place that simply works with its surroundings rather than against them, we’d love to introduce you to such a special place at the Oleo Ranch.
$3,000,000  •  163 acres
According to legend, the original 215-acre parcel where Bear Creek Ranch resides changed hands early on in a rather unique fashion. The original owner of the homestead approached Mr. Sanbo, a well known tailor in Larimer Square in Denver, for a custom suit. Unable to pay, the landowner offered a trade of the land for services rendered. Mr. Sanbo accepted. At the time it was no small journey from Denver via wagon to the rough foothills; it was about 38 miles as the crow flies, southwest of “downtown”! Over the years, there have been various manifestations and owners, but the original charm and history of the area is in every turn, every view, and in the land.
$195,000  •  160 acres
This 160 acre parcel is located 25 miles east of Baker City, just off the Sparta Road. The property is primarily native range pasture, although a substantial portion of it was dry farmed in the past. There are no improvements, however the owners have obtained a lot of record right to build a single family residence subject to county planning criteria being met. The property is situated with extended 360 degree views of the entire area and offers excellent building site possibilities. It is off the grid, and there is a nice spring for domestic water supply. With the undulating terrain, there are some nice draws that provide habitat for deer and other wildlife. If you are looking for a homesite that offers seclusion, yet reasonable proximity to town, this is an attractive property. First time offering at $195,000
$2,650,000  •  158 acres
Located just outside the mountain town of Ridgway, Colorado is a lovely 158 acre irrigated ranch. With the backdrop of the magnificent Sneffels range, a converted 3,060 sq. ft. barn is now a modern-day home overlooking this landscape. The property has year-round paved access.
$2,280,000  •  151 acres
West Fork Fishing Retreat For those in the know, the West Fork of the Bitterroot River flowing from the tailwater of Painted Rocks Reservoir, is a floatable trout fishing stream of epic qualities. Cold, clear water rushes from the base of the dam and feeds over 20 miles of riffles, pools and deep pocket water stashed behind giant granite boulders. The West Fork Fishing Retreat owns around one-half mile of both sides of this legendary fishery. Accessed directly from the West Fork Road, the 151± acres is surrounded by United States Forest Service on seven of its eight boundaries. A primary residence and guest quarters are uniquely located directly on the banks of the West Fork in a grandfathered location no longer permitted due to land use restrictions. The sight and sound of rushing water just feet from the ample streamside decks will make any heart sing, while multiple additional prime building sites are scattered through the property. Downhill skiing is a short drive away at Lost Trail Powder Mountain and hundreds of miles of Forest Service roads serve an endless bordering backcountry. With world-class elk and deer hunting, blue ribbon quality water populated by large native cutthroat trout and a private, commercial-grade bridge over the river, this is a rare ownership opportunity in western Montana. The Facts: • 151± acres • Main home plus guest quarters • Grandfathered bankside location • United States Forest Service boundaries on seven of eight sides • Legendary fly fishing for large native trout • World-class elk and deer hunting • Private bridge built to handle fully loaded log trucks
$230,000  •  147.34 acres
This 147 acre parcel is located 20 miles east of Baker City, just off Highway 86. The property is primarily native range pasture offering spring and early summer grazing. There are no improvements, however the owners have obtained a lot of record right to build a single family residence subject to county planning criteria being met. The property is situated with extended 360 degree views of the entire area and offers excellent building site possibilities. The site has access to power and with the undulating terrain, there are some nice draws that provide habitat for deer and other wildlife. If you are looking for a homesite that offers seclusion, yet reasonable proximity to town, this is an attractive property. First time offering at $230,000.
$799,000  •  140.63 acres
140 acres positioned between the Clarks Fork River and BLM with 80 +/- acres in hay production.3456 Sq. Ft. metal shop with 1250 Sq. Ft of finished living space. River Frontage, wildlife and mountain views.
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$925,000  •  138 acres
$950,000
Over 130 acres of Vacant Land bordering Devils Backbone Open Space! Property is in a RLUP (Rural Land Use Process) through Larimer County with five 5-acre preapproved building lots. The RLUP allows for great flexibility which allows for building on just one lot or all five lots with no timeline requirements or having to pay all building costs up front. Schedule your showing appointment today to learn more about this great opportunity! By Appointment Only, No Drive-Bys.
$2,950,000  •  132 acres
Montrose Valley Ranch is a 132± acre ranch located perfectly against the southeastern city limits of Montrose. Stunning views of the San Juan Mountains, flowing water in Cedar Creek and rolling hills lined with Cottonwood trees make this property the perfect Gentleman’s ranch.
$2,200,000  •  132 acres
| 132 acres on the White River | | 1/4 of world-class trout fishing | | Senior water rights irrigating nearly 100 acres | | Historic barn, bunkhouse, corals, & more | | Minutes from Meeker, CO |
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$240,440  •  120.7 acres
$480,000
Keyhole Ranch Elk Haven is a gorgeous, 120-acre mountain-top ranchland in a picturesque setting above the beautiful Little Weiser River Valley offering wonderful views over Indian Valley. It can offer the best of two worlds: a location for a tremendous seasonal hunting lodge or a fantastic western, recreation getaway/retreat, while realizing the benefits of reasonable access to city amenities.
$1,250,000  •  117.81 acres
This 118 acre property combines mature timbered and irrigated pasture located at the base of the Elkhorn Mountains in Northeast Oregon. The property is improved with a very attractive custom ranch style home situated with a complete wrap around deck that provides for a 360 degree view of the mountains, valley, and directly above the small lake in front of the main home. The ranch is also improved with a caretaker’s home, guest quarters, small shop and barn, RV storage, backup generator building and more. The park like setting also has a BBQ area for private gatherings in the forest, where you will likely encounter a resident population of elk, white tail deer, turkey, grouse and waterfowl. This is truly a one of a kind, first time offering at $1,250,000.
$1,599,999  •  84.14 acres
Located just outside of the small town of Bayfield is this amazing irrigated piece of property with 360 degree views. This 84.1Acres has everything, a center pivot with phase 3 electrical irrigating approx. 79 acres with hay production of 3-4 Ton peracre. There is a 100x80 Hay barn, 6 Stall horse barn with big tack room a lighted riding arena and a horse exerciser. This Property is fully fenced with plenty of room to store all the hay produced off of the fields along with room to store farming equipment and big corrals for all the livestock. This property is truly a perfect farm and ranch property.
$550,000  •  79.39 acres
Hunters Paradise! Come check out Wildcat Ha'ven Ranch, 79.39 acres of prime hunting land just outside of Bulcher, Texas. Property has a creek, 2 stock ponds & tree coverage that attracts wildlife to this property. 3 blinds will stay with the property 1.) 8' x 10'- 14' in the air blind, aptly named the Taj Mahal since it is the luxury of hunting blinds and includes a toilet. 2.) 4' x 4' blind south of the tree house 3.) 3' x 3' blind on southwest corner of property by west fence. Wildlife seen on the property include muledeer, whitetail deer, hogs, turkey, fox, and bobcats. 70 acres of pasture land, 10 acres of cultivated land surrounded by barbed wire fence Has 2 tanks/ponds and Ag exemption on the property. There is a Tree house/Hunters cabin on the property. The cabin contains a queen & twin bed in the loft and fold out fouton in the main floor to sleep 5. Bathroom has incinerator toilet, sink and full sized shower. Kitchen has sink, a small refirgerator, microwave and 2 burner hot plate. Window unit & heater, no central heat or air. Cabin has electricity but no water well, water is brought in and stored in a tank. Furniture and appliances will be left in the cabin. This property is NOT mapping correctly. The actual location is in Bulcher, TX. The northwest corner of the property is just east of where 485 "T's" into 373.
$899,000  •  76.24 acres
76.24 acre horse ranch with approx. 35 irrigated acres just outside of Thermopolis Wyoming, home to the Hot Springs State Park. 3,656 square foot home with 4 bedrooms and 3 baths. 125 x 300 indoor arena. Adjacent to BLM.
$37,800  •  74 acres
74 acres of prime northern Arizona ranchland situated at the ideal 6,900’ elevation where are land owners enjoy the very best weather in the state. Located approximately 25 minutes east of St. Johns in Apache County, the land has scenic long range views of the surrounding wilderness mountains and secluded valleys. Evergreen juniper trees throughout the acreage blend well with portions of lush grassland. Access is via the County maintained Salt Lake road for 15 miles then approximately 8 miles on maintained ranch roads. The acreage is level and usable throughout and can be easily fenced to contain livestock. The property overlies Northern Arizona’s largest fresh water aquifer and drilling depths are economical in the region. The land surface is blanketed with a fine tillable sandy loam soil, ideal for the raising of vegetables and fruit trees. Apples, cherries plumbs, pears and a host of garden vegetables thrive in this soil. A range of nutrient rich native grasses and colorful wildflowers grow in the loam soil as well. Outdoor work is rarely curtailed due to the weather. The winters here are mild, typically producing less than 18 of snow most of which falls at a rate of two to three inches per storm and melts into the soil within a day or two. The average high temperature in the coldest month of January is 50 degrees. Summer temperatures are mild with daytime highs averaging in the upper 80s. Summer temperatures see additional cooling with the arrival of the seasonal monsoon rains. Typically arriving in mid-July, these refreshing afternoon rains spark a profusion of colorful wildflowers and turn the ranch's lush native range grasses vivid green. The land has a secure groundwater supply from its positioning over the massive Coconino Sandstone Aquifer and private wells are allowed without permitting requirements. Many area ranch owners transport their water from St. Johns, where two distribution stations provide fresh domestic quality water for only a penny a gallon. ($10 for each 1,000 gallons). This is a very secluded location and best suited for people seeking large acreage ownership well away from neighboring owners and who place a premium on the freedom to use and work their land in a quiet and peaceful wilderness setting free of urban noise and pollution. All corner markers have been set by registered surveyors and the recorded map with all property dimensions is provided to the new owners. The maintained road access to the property is built entirely along title insured easements recorded with the county recorder’s office. The residential, recreational and agricultural zoning allows livestock, camping and RV use at the owner’s discretion. No qualifying seller provided financing is available. $37,800 total, $3,780 down payment, $325 per month on a 15 year loan with no early payoff penalty. Additional price and interest discounts available with increased down payment. Monthly payments are account serviced by First American Title, one of the nation’s largest title companies. Call First United Realty at 602.264.0000 to order a free photo brochure including additional area properties, topographical map, monthly weather chart, and info on nearby lakes and historic town. First United Realty is Arizona's largest provider of private land and has a wide selection of terrains and wilderness landscapes to select from. First United Realty is Arizona's largest provider of private land and offers a wide selection of terrains and wilderness landscapes.