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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.
$9,950,000  •  8,200 acres
The Suckla Ranch is a true cowboy cattle operation ranch. Located in Disappointment Valley in Southwest Colorado, about 65 miles from Telluride, Colorado. The ranch is strategically placed throughout its 8,200± deeded acres and its 81,133± leased acres of forest service and BLM land, making for a highly successful operation. The ranch holds the sole permits on the forest service and BLM acreage, which is a rarity and asset to the ranch operations. The ranch’s vast acreage is made up of various topographies giving way to good winter and summer operating climates. It is approximately 15 miles from the winter camp in Disappointment Valley to the summer camp on the Glades, San Juan National Forest. The cattle are trailed to summer and winter range but never leave the ranch property, so no trucking is ever needed. The operations of the ranch have been skillfully thought out, leading to 60 years of good ranching. The calves are processed on the winter range when they come off the summer permit then weighed on the ranch scales and shipped out or weaned. If you choose to wean the calves there is a weaning fence between the fields, creating less stress on the calves. The ranch can be run by two good hands and occasional day help, making the cost per head much lower than most ranching operations. The corral work is done at a central location from branding in the spring to weighing and shipping calves in the fall. The acreage includes some irrigated land. The irrigated land surrounding the corrals is critical in this operation. The water comes from Disappointment Creek and is good until early July, giving the ranch one cutting of hay, approximately 300 round bales, and good pasture for the fall. The ranch is comprised of enough acreage that you never have to feed cows as there is enough pasture to graze. Improvements are spread throughout the ranch and leased acreage. The headquarters is in the valley, consisting of a 2,808± square foot ranch house, full RV hookup, 30 x 40 Quonset Shop, 40 x 50 workshop, 84 x 90 combination hay shed – equipment shed – calving stall – tack room, a full set of working corrals, and a pond filled with a good working well. At the working facilities for cattle and the hay fields, improvements in place are a 12 x 20 workers cabin/cook shack, certified set of scales, hydraulic chute, and calf table. In the mountain section of the ranch is a line camp with a 12 x 20 cabin. On the forest permit section of the ranch, where summer operations take place is a 1,326± square foot cabin, and the cabin is privately owned. Additionally, there is a bunkhouse, tack shed, and corrals. Other than the incredible cattle operation of the ranch that is already in place, the ranch offers other opportunities for growth and development. Located in Game Management Units 70 & 711, the ranch has a multitude of wildlife including mule deer, elk, bears, mountain lions, antelope, mountain sheep, and turkey. It also has bald eagles and wild horses for great viewing experiences. Giving way to other income operations such as hunting and recreational ventures. Recreational opportunities around the ranch are plentiful. The Dolores River is nearby, Telluride is 65 miles away with festivals in the summer and world-class skiing in the winter, Canyonlands National Park is not far for hours of hiking and ATVing. The sweet spot of the ranch is the very private setting, a cowboy way of life. Call M4 Ranch Group today for your private showing.
$6,099,961  •  5,800 acres
KEYHOLE NORTH RANCH offers 5,800± deeded acres, 44,000-acre national forest grazing permit, 6,000± acre BLM grazing allotment & 1028 acre State lease. Historically, 755 cow-calf pair have grazed from early April into mid-December. The Ranch extends from the tops of West Mountain into Indian Valley in southern Adams County. Uniquely, the USFS grazing permit on Indian Mountain to West Mountain in the Indian Mountain Cattle Association is considered some of the best pasture grazing in southern Idaho. Also evident is that this county is a sportsman’s paradise with Rocky Mtn Elk, magnificent mule deer, antelope, bear, wolf, turkey, pheasant, upland bird and trout.
$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.
$3,095,000  •  2,369.95 acres
Eagle Canyon Ranch is a slice of Rocky Mountain paradise hidden in plain sight. Although only 1.5 hours from the Front Range metropolis of Colorado Springs and 3 hours from Denver, Eagle Canyon Ranch is shielded from the urban bustle by the Wet Mountain Range to the east and the legendary Sangre de Cristo Range to the west. As a result, Eagle Canyon remains an unspoiled place of respite and refuge where the rugged West still reigns. Eagle Canyon Ranch is a well-blocked parcel encompassing 2,369± acres at an elevation of about 8,000 feet, about 10 miles northeast of the “twin cities” of Westcliffe and Silver Cliff. One of the largest remaining parcels in Custer County, Eagle Canyon Ranch brims with scenic beauty created by an ever-changing combination of granite outcroppings, small meadows, and forests of pinion pine, juniper and spruce, and fir. Mountain views abound, of both the Sangre de Cristos, reaching far above treeline at over 14,000 feet, and the nearer forested peaks of the Wet Mountains. Presently undeveloped, the ranch is perfectly situated for a variety of recreational activities. Healthy mule deer and elk herds roam through the ranch itself and on the bordering BLM land, including the Upper Grape Creek Wilderness Area. As a draw only unit for both deer and elk, Unit 69 holds many trophies of both species. Mountain lions and black bear are also found in the area. Grape Creek flows just west of the ranch, and miles of public fishing for 10- to 14-inch brown trout and rainbow are available on this “sleeper stream” by only a short 4WD trip from the ranch. Lake anglers will appreciate the waters of Deweese Reservoir, only a few miles upstream, with its combination of trout, smallmouth bass, and huge tiger muskies. Eagle Canyon Ranch can also serve as a headquarters for mountain biking and horseback riding, both on and off the ranch property, OHVing, and even rock climbing on scores of granite outcrops on the property. Mountaineers will find plenty of summits in the Sangre de Cristos, including the famed Fourteeners of Crestone Peak, Crestone Needle, and Humboldt Peak, just a few miles away. Photographers will discover endless photo opportunities every season of the year, and the area’s dark skies are internationally recognized as some of the best in the world for astronomical observations. Visionary owners will delight in several amazing building sites on the ranch, each with remarkable views and precious privacy. Although no power is on the ranch, it is nearby. The property could also be a showcase for off-grid living. The potential for an environmentally friendly lodge or retreat at Eagle Canyon is outstanding. Currently, within a grazing lease, Eagle Canyon Ranch also supports cattle on a seasonal basis and provides some income. The small twin communities of Westcliffe (Custer County seat) and Silver Cliff are only about ten miles away and are accessible by county road year-round. These towns offer groceries, gas, schools, airstrip, and a medical center. The larger community of Canon City is only slightly farther to the north, and Pueblo is less than an hour to the east. At Eagle Canyon, you’ll be both “away from it all” and “close to it all.” Within the rapidly growing Front Range corridor, large ranches like Eagle Canyon are increasingly uncommon. We at M4 Ranch Group believe that those with a vision for working with what the land already offers will find much to appreciate here. Whether it is a dream home, a lodge, or simply “keeping it as it is,” we’d love to introduce you to this slice of Rocky Mountain paradise hidden in plain sight.
$6,900,000  •  1,120 acres
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The cool mountain breeze and the crisp smell of pine trees, welcome you as you meander your way up to the beautifully landscaped entry of the Spring Valley Ranch. Situated in Plumas County, lies this 1,120 acre Sierra Nevada gem. Between the towering pine, sage, and juniper trees sits your 5,252 square foot home. With the views of mountain peaks, rolling hills, lush gardens, beautiful lawns, and multiple ponds, this two story home brings you the peaceful serenity of nature. A complete outdoor kitchen for the pool and spa, a two story guest cottage, & recreational hall with sleeping loft and kitchen all give the new owners plenty of entertaining opportunities. For the recreational enthusiast, enjoy spending your days out by the bass filled lake fishing for tonights dinner or practicing your target shot at the shooting range. The numerous springs and 3 year round ponds creates an optimum habitat for deer and bear. The ranch is also on a 7XA deer hunting location. In addition there is a 4,342 square foot barn with tack room, a 5 stall sheep barn complete with hay storage, an indoor/outdoor chicken coop with lights, ranch office and shops. The ranch is fenced and crossed fenced for cattle and horses. There is 846 acres of grazing pasture for cattle; 75 pair. The Spring Valley Ranch has left no detail out in creating the most pristine and well kept ranch there is, not to mention in a location like no other.
$4,849,000  •  741.21 acres
Situated in the heart of one of Colorado’s most pristine high mountain valleys, the Circle J Ranch, east of Gunnison, stands apart for its outstanding recreational values. With over five miles of high-quality streams running through the ranch and bordering thousands of acres of public lands on two sides, the Circle J is ideally suited as a fly fishing, equestrian or big game hunting showpiece. The lovely Quartz Creek valley runs between the historic mining town of Pitkin, and the one-time narrow-gauge railroad stop of Parlin, where Quartz Creek joins Tomichi Creek. Prospectors discovered gold upstream in 1862, but they left the lower portion of the valley to the ranchers, who for generations raised and hay in the productive Quartz Creek bottomlands. Today, the Circle J Ranch still occupies some of the best lands of the valley. Comprising 737± acres at about 8000 feet, most of the Circle J Ranch lies in grass and hay meadows, surrounded by sagebrush hills. Scattered willows and cottonwoods line the streams, which help stabilize streambanks and provide cover for trout. Wisely kept from channelization, 20-foot wide Quartz Creek has retained its winding nature on the ranch, with dozens of bends creating deep pools and undercut banks, ideal lairs for the 10-to 20-inch browns and rainbows that live there. 2.49± miles of Quartz Creek winds through the ranch property. Tributary Alder Creek is a smaller stream that runs for 2.69± miles on the ranch and is excellent habitat for both brown and brook trout up to about 14 inches. The potential for trophy trout pond development, particularly on Alder Creek, is superb. Nicely situated between BLM lands on the west, north, and south, the Circle J boasts over five miles of boundary adjacent to public lands and can be seen as a headquarters to easily access thousands of acres of recreational land. Hunters can explore the meadows of the ranch itself, particularly attractive to mule deer, or venture for days beyond the ranch into Game Management Unit 55, which is a draw area for mule deer and yields some outstanding bucks each year. Horse lovers will find much to like on the Circle J Ranch as well. A historic barn is already in place, and the riding possibilities on and off the ranch are almost unlimited, all offering classic Western views of the unspoiled sagebrush foothills and 12.000-foot Fossil Ridge only a few miles beyond. Improvements on the ranch include the large historic barn, complete fencing, and a classic two-story ranch, which was constructed in 1914. It contains 1,952± square feet and has three bedrooms and two baths. A strategically situated deck allows you to enjoy many incomparable Colorado summer evenings to the soothing sounds of Alder Creek murmuring nearby. Those wanting to construct a new dream home or lodge here will find plenty of view-rich locales. Easily accessed year-round, the Circle J Ranch is on a paved county road and only a couple of miles from US Highway 50. The university town of Gunnison is less than 15 minutes away, with a full complement of retail stores and an airport. The downhill ski areas of Monarch Mountain and Crested Butte are 30 minutes and 45 minutes distant, respectively. Colorado’s largest body of water and superb boating and fishing destination, Blue Mesa Reservoir, is only 30 minutes away. Once the destination of prospectors, the Quartz Creek Valley is now the destination of discerning outdoor enthusiasts, who want a Colorado experience without traffic and condominiums. If that describes you, the Circle J Ranch may well be the property that you’ve been prospecting for.
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$2,950,000  •  739 acres
$3,900,000
Standing Rock Ranch is located in the beautiful rolling oak-studded Sierra Nevada Foothills near Grass Valley and Nevada City California. During the last 60 years, the 739-acre property has had a rich ranching and equestrian history. The property with its spectacular five-bedroom home, swimming pool, and tennis court is now primarily a residence with the pasture land leased for cattle grazing. The ranch has many possibilities including livestock and equestrian activities along with planting vineyards and much more. A large 10-acre reservoir offers fishing, kayaking, paddle boarding and other water sports. Hiking, biking, and horse trails and roads abound, and the snow-capped Sierra as well as the Sutter Buttes in the Sacramento Valley can be seen from the upper ridge of the ranch.
$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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$2,975,000  •  574 acres
$3,385,000
Epic views surround this stunning 574± acre ranch nestled in the mountain valleys of the San Luis Valley. Situated along 2600± feet of gold medal trophy trout waters of the Rio Grande River. The ranch has an abundance of water, with 1.05 C.F.S. of senior water rights and 42.81± C.F.S. of junior water rights. It has two center pivot irrigation systems that provide water for approximately 260± acres with hay production, and another 30± acres sub-irrigated by river bottom. There are fertile meadows and dramatic rock bluffs framed by the Rocky Mountains in all directions. Numerous ponds are home to migrating geese and duck populations. The ranch provides a home to deer, elk, pronghorn antelope, and occasional bears, lynx, and fox as well as many other wildlife species. The ranch is entirely located in Wildlife Management draw unit 79 for which landowner vouchers may be applied. Located within 10 minutes of the Rio Grande Club Championship 18-hole golf course, and a short 17 miles to Wolf Creek Ski area for the most champagne powder in the state. Trophy fishing and hunting on the ranch and public lands are within minutes in any direction. Improvements include two homes on the property for a total of over 5,700± square feet of living space. One of the homes is currently receiving a rental income. In addition, there is a large shop, hay barn, corrals, grain bins, sheds, and the property is fenced and cross fenced. The ranch is a rare and incredible find!
$1,950,000  •  379.11 acres
Cimarron Ranch is a large acreage site for a multitude of options from private estate, retreat opportunities, recreational and much more.
$750,000  •  350 acres
Over 350 acre multi-generational farm for sale
$501,500  •  340 acres
Elk Creek Ranch is a top-notch recreational property located in the Southeast portion of Cherokee County.  This property has many attractive features that include over 1 mile of live water and boasts over 500 feet of elevation change.  Elk Creek Ranch has plenty of seclusion and wildlife with many outdoor opportunities. Water:  Elk Creek bends and flows for over 1 mile across the property.  The crystal clear creek is spring fed, running year round, and has many stretches of deep water.  There is one pond located in the Northeast corner of the property.  The annual rainfall for this area is approximately 41 inches.  Lake Tenkiller is located only 1 mile west of the ranch and sports nearly 13,000 surface acres of recreational water. Location:  The ranch is located 2 miles east of Cookson Oklahoma in the Southeast portion of Cherokee County.  The property is 1.5 hrs from Tulsa, 2.5 hrs from OKC, and 4 hrs from Dallas.  The access is on S Hickory Ln and continuing on an perpetual easement to the ranch. Land:  Elk Creek Ranch is composed of mostly of steep terrain and heavily wooded areas.  There is over 500 feet of elevation change in multiple portions of the property.  The ranch has many Oak flats on different levels of the terrain which allows access through the property.  Plenty of mature trees, native grasses, and loamy soils with a rock and gravel bottom creek bed. Wildlife:  This property has little to no hunting pressure and has all the elements for wildlife to thrive.  Whitetail, turkey, bear, and the occasional elk are well known to this area.  There is great fishing on the deep stretches of water of Elk Creek.   Cookson Hill State Game Refuge is located 1 mile east of the ranch.  The annual property taxes are approximately $200. All owned minerals, if any, will convey with the sale.  Ranch shown by appointment only.
$4,900,000  •  269.84 acres
Lake Fork River Ranch is 269.844± acres of exceptional mountain property, hosting a world-class lodge, two family cabins, a caretaker house, and two guest dorms, as well as a 39,000± square foot riding arena. The terrain on the ranch varies from large aspen groves, to open alpine meadows, to deep pine forest and extraordinary rock outcroppings. Located in southwest Colorado’s San Juan Mountains in Hinsdale County, home to over 500± miles of public trout stream, 82% designated wilderness area, 130± miles of county groomed snowmobile trails and five 14,000 ft peaks. The ranch is located just 8± miles from the quaint Historic Mountain Town of Lake City, Colorado, hosting great medical care, a superb art center, a new school, fire station, sheriff’s office, and shopping. The valley is home to Colorado's 2nd largest natural lake, Lake San Cristobal, providing mountain water recreation at the highest level. The ranch is accessed off the year-round maintained County Road 30, the start of Colorado’s Alpine Loop Scenic and Historic Byway. The Alpine Loop is comprised of backcountry 4wd routes of Engineer and Cinnamon Pass, leading over the continental divide, touring through American Basin, one of the state’s largest wildflower location, the historic ghost towns of Carson City, Capitol City, Sherman Townsite and the world-famous Animas Forks, and ending at the exceptional mountain towns of Silverton and Ouray. Spectacular would best describe the location of the Lake Fork River Ranch, nestled below three 14,000 ft. peaks, Red Cloud, Sunshine, and Handies Peaks, providing unprecedented skylines and alpine views. The term “big back yard” on this ranch could be the understatement of the century, directly backed by over 2,000,000± public acres of the San Juan Mountains and fronted by over 34,000± public acres of the Red Cloud Peak Wilderness Study Area. The ranch is a sportsman’s paradise, home to one of the wests top trout streams, the famous Lake Fork River, as well as a premier custom-built trout lake. Located in one of Colorado’s top big game units, Unit 66, home to truly exceptional Mule Deer, Elk, Moose, Big Horn Sheep, and even some predators. Lake Fork River Ranch offers access to a lifetime of unparalleled mountain recreation. Large acreage, live water, big views, ease of access, built improvements, and lifestyle best describe the offering of the Lake Fork River Ranch.
$600,000  •  262 acres
Secluded hunting preserve nestled between two mountain ridges
$575,000  •  250 acres
Very well priced large acreage property with a rebuilt three bedroom cape style home.
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$616,180  •  240.23 acres
$684,644
Recreational Hunting Timberland Cherokee County Jacksonville. Invest in Texas and buy timberland located about 7 miles NNW of Jacksonville, Texas and about 35 minutes from Loop 323 in Tyler. With a total of 240.226 acres, this hilltop timber tract consists of approximately 24 acres of planted pine plantation, planted in 2005; 124 acres of planted pine plantation, planted in 2013; and 25 acres of native Pine and Hardwood, 33 acres Native Pine and 34 acres of Native Hardwood. There are 5 hardwood bottoms with creeks. Soil is fine sandy loam which is optimal for timber growth. The 25-acre out parcel has a perpetual easement. Abundant timber paired with creeks makes this natural tract an excellent wildlife habitat for deer and other game. A bonus old hunters’ cabin is located on the property. The existing road network provides easy access throughout creating superb hunting, recreational and investment land.
$1,000,000  •  229 acres
Large acreage farm enhanced by rolling landscape.
$512,500  •  205 acres
Bankhead Ranch has every amenity a sportsman could want.  The property is located at the dead end of County Road 1068 in a farming community outside of Battleground, AL. County water and electric are located at the property entrance and ready to extend to multiple camp, lodge or cabin sites. One particular homesite is located in the middle of 20 acres of planted fields and provides long range views of over 2 miles away. In addition to the 20 acres of planted fields there are multiple other green fields that provide excellent deer and turkey hunting. Bankhead Ranch borders Bankhead National Forest for a ½ mile and has well over 4.5 miles of interior roads and trails that allow the owner to drive the hardwood bottoms, along and cross Rock Creek, which flows through the property for almost a ½ mile, below and along rock bluffs, stand lines for checking on your timber investment and along the National Forest boundary line giving additional public land hunting opportunities as well as access to true unspoiled beauty. The property use is currently timber and recreation but the 20 acres of planted fields allow for future possibilities in pasture or even row crops.
$4,250,000  •  202 acres
The Jenschke Lane Farm is large and diverse enough to give a sense of privacy while also providing excellent access, multiple home sites with incredible views, and a fantastic location amidst this booming region of the Hill Country. The farm primarily consists of gently rolling savanna-woodlands studded with huge Post Oaks and Spanish Oaks with areas of historic and active cultivation nestled into the picturesque Hill Country farm scenery.
$1,500,000  •  200 acres
Perfectly nestled in Central Oregon farmlands of Alfalfa is a rare opportunity to invest in an income producing farm & 200 acres combined of three legal lots with astounding & achievable Cascade Mountain views just 15 minutes from Bend amenities. Endless possibilities with 80+ acres of COI water rights & farmable land, central pivot irrigation+, & a 1400 sq.ft. hay barn. 35x108 shop is equipped with three phase power, and an additional 3bay machine/agriculture shed. Grow your own food and plants in the commercial-grade or stick-built greenhouse. This timeless farm setting boarders the Central Oregon Irrigation canal, and includes a SF residence within its own fenced park-like setting for children, pets, and your guests to enjoy. Alfalfa Store is just down the road for groceries/gas. Explore within your own private haven or beyond. Irrigation creates a recognized wetland half of the year inviting birds and wildlife to the area. Within 30min drive; launch your boat at Powder House Cove at Prineville reservoir, fly-fish the Crooked River, & access Millican Plateau OHV trails. Build your dream life in Bend, OR
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$489,500  •  180.23 acres
$499,000
180 acres in Cortland County at the end of a peaceful country road.
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$652,392  •  167.28 acres
Very private, 167.28 acre hill country hunting/cattle ranch off FM 2657 in Briggs, Burnet County. Attractive sloping and rolling topography with native grass pastures with caliche and black soil. Tree cover consists of cedar, mesquite and oaks, with many being century oaks. There's adequate cover for the abundant wildlife and much more than indicated in the aerial maps. There's a wet weather creek and stock pond on the east side of the property. Electrical is available. Ag exempt and unrestricted.
$1,299,000  •  160.13 acres
Enjoy luxury living in a stunning remote mountain location with plenty of room to play! A beautifully constructed log home sits on 160± acres complete with a private lake, surrounded by BLM and National Forest lands. Entertaining guests is an easy task with the large, well-designed kitchen which features a large range and island bar as well as the adjacent open dining and living areas. Keep warm on cool nights by the living room’s exceptional stone fireplace or enjoy the breathtaking views through the wall to wall windows. The log walls and tongue and groove ceilings in each of the three bedrooms lend to the quintessential mountain cabin feel of the home. The lower level of the home is great for relaxing after a day of outdoor activities and has lots of extra sleeping space. On warm summer evenings, entertain on the spectacular wrap-around porch, complete with stone grill and rotisserie. Seasonally accessible, off-grid property.