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$17,400,000  •  18,205 acres
Offering significant BLM and State grazing permits, wildlife habitat, and recreation along the Yampa River in northwest Colorado.
Contact for Price  •  12,445 acres
Hedgpeth Ranch is a beautiful 12,445 acre property: a private hilltop estate with 50 acres of vineyard, a private lake with 22 acres of surface area and a storage capacity of 602.7 acre-feet of water, 87 miles of road and some of the largest Redwoods in Sonoma County. The property includes a grove of over 100 Old Growth Coast Redwood trees, the largest of which is nearly 13 feet in diameter. A road system of approximately 87 miles throughout the property offers convenient access. What makes Hedgpeth special, in addition to the privacy it affords, is the natural and beautiful scenery throughout the ranch. The Hedgpeth Lake is a private freshwater reservoir that may be enjoyed for swimming, boating, fishing, and other aquatic activities. The lake also has 22 acres of usable surface area for fishing and recreation. There is a series of creeks that flow throughout the property which include House Creek, Allen Creek, Pepperwood Creek, Danfield Creek, and Cow Creek. Nearby attractions include Harold Richardson Redwoods Reserve and Salt Point State Park. Hedgpeth Ranch is 8 miles from Timber Cove, 11 miles from Cazadero, 32 miles from Healdsburg and 52 miles from Downtown Santa Rosa and 70 miles from San Francisco. Investment Highlights + 12,445 acres located on the Sonoma Coast + Approximately 30 miles from Santa Rosa and 70 Miles from San Francisco + 7,500 acres of commercial forest, including old growth Redwood trees and high quality timber, provide for great investment potential + Wildlife species make Hedgpeth an excellent hunting ground + The diverse terrain and beautiful scenery allow for a variety of activities such as horseback riding, ATV riding and hiking + In the Southwest section of the property lies Hedgpeth Lake that can be used for agricultural purposes, swimming and fishing + Hedgpeth Ranch is a pristine location for vineyard winery and orchard creation because of the great coastal weather of the Sonoma Coast; current 50-acre lease in place with Jackson Family Wines (lease expiration date: 12/1/2027 with an option to extend for five (5) years) + Hedgpeth can be an excellent location to raise cattle and livestock as there are already improvements onsite that are available for use, such as a feeder barn, horse stable and a rancher residence + Other potential uses include: commercial equestrian facility, dairy, slaughterhouse, wine tasting room, and farm stand + Hedgpeth receives favorable property tax treatment via the Williamson Act (also known as the California Land Conservation Act of 1965) + The Hedgpeth Ranch has 97 underlying land patents or partial patents. With the merger of parcels too small for the Ag zoning designation, there are 87 potential Certificates of Compliance available for the ownership + Outstanding grove of over 100 Old Growth Coast Redwood trees with a beautiful walking path + Solar power generation potential + Wind power generation potential
$8,000,000  •  4,840 acres
Occupying its own secluded valley 45 miles east of the airport in Hailey, the 4,840± acre Lava Lake Home Ranch has been the operating headquarters for Lava Lake Ranch for over two decades and is one of the iconic landholdings in the Sun Valley area. The namesake of the ranch is Lava Lake, a unique 50± acre natural lake that cushions the southern end of the Home Ranch along ancient lava flows and was a well-known landmark for westward-bound pioneers using Goodale’s Cutoff of the Oregon Trail. Ansel Adams photographed Lava Lake in the 1940s and included it in his historic images of Craters of the Moon. Lava Lake Home Ranch is bordered almost entirely by Bureau of Land Management (BLM) lands and includes over four miles of boundary with Craters of the Moon National Monument and Preserve jointly managed by the National Park Service and BLM. The Home Ranch also encompasses approximately 1,000 acres of BLM lands that are part of the associated Lava Lake grazing allotment. Home to herds of elk and mule deer, these BLM lands expand the property’s physical footprint and are inaccessible to the public. In addition to Lava Lake, the ranch features three spring-fed wildlife ponds, a five-acre irrigation reservoir, numerous springs, and several miles of Copper Creek flowing through a vibrant riparian corridor. Wildlife on the Home Ranch is abundant, and during the spring and fall, the Home Ranch becomes a birder’s paradise as thousands of waterfowl, shorebirds, cranes, and songbirds take refuge on the property during their biannual migrations. The owners established Lava Lake Ranch in 1999 and have managed it to sustainably produce the highest quality grass-fed lamb and beef. They are now looking toward retirement and are currently operating the ranch with minimum inputs and significantly reduced livestock numbers. The Home Ranch continues to serve as the winter unit for the owners’ remaining sheep and is being leased to two separate cattle operators for summer grazing. The Home Ranch holds multiple surface and groundwater rights to raise hay and irrigate pasture during summer months. Irrigation infrastructure includes two center pivots, wheel line sprinklers, and hand line sprinklers. In addition, the Home Ranch features a modest but practical set of building improvements that serve current ranch operations. These improvements include a ranch manager’s home, a barn, an equipment shed, a ram shed, lambing sheds, and stack yards. The Home Ranch lies at the heart of the Pioneer Mountains-Craters of the Moon landscape, one of the jewels of natural heritage in the northern Rockies. Supporting an array of wide-ranging and migratory wildlife, this remarkable region covers roughly 2.4 million acres and encompasses diverse land types, from sagebrush steppe, grasslands, and lava flows to river, foothill, and mountain ecosystems. At the core of the area is an intricate patchwork of land ownership that includes over 150,000 acres of private lands managed primarily as operating farms and ranches. These working lands, which include Lava Lake Ranch, connect large swaths of federal and state lands to the north and south that feature extensive inventoried roadless areas, wilderness study areas, and primitive areas managed by the Sawtooth and Salmon-Challis National Forests, BLM, and Craters of the Moon National Monument and Preserve. A conservation easement held by The Nature Conservancy covers the majority of the Home Ranch and allows for a broad set of agricultural, recreational, and residential uses. A 120± acre section of the property located near the ranch entrance and encompassing the main buildings is located outside of the easement area and therefore is not subject to the terms of the agreement. The Facts ~ Headquarters unit for Lava Lake Ranch ~ 4,840± deeded acres, plus 1,000± acres of BLM land fully encompassed by the ranch and inaccessible to the public ~ Occupies its own valley 60 miles from the amenities of Ketchum/Sun Valley and 45 miles from the airport in Hailey ~ Bordered by high-quality federal and state lands and private ranches covered by conservation easements ~ Excellent year-round access from US Highway 20/26 ~ Highlighted by diverse water resources, including Lava Lake, over three miles of Copper Creek, year-round springs, and multiple wildlife and irrigation ponds ~ Excellent grazing resources including an associated BLM cattle allotment ~ Surface and groundwater rights to raise hay and pasture ~ Modest but practical set of building improvements ~ Elevations range from approximately 5,200 feet to 7,200 feet ~ Unlimited year-round recreation, including big game hunting, wingshooting, hiking, horseback riding, ATV riding, and cross-country skiing ~ Abundant wildlife includes elk, mule deer, antelope, moose, chukar, gray partridge, and waterfowl ~ Qualifies for a landowner appreciation permit for controlled big game hunts in unit 49 ~ With the exception of 120± acres, a conservation easement covers the property ~ Annual property taxes are approximately $7,310
$530,000  •  2,688 acres
15.58 +/- Acres, 3 Bedrooms, 3 Bathroom, 2688 square foot home. 30x40 Garage/shop, dog run, and some corrals for livestock!
$9,949,000  •  962 acres
O-Lo-Hi Ranch is the Texas Hill Country ranch for sale that checks all the boxes. This ranch offers tremendous investment potential, great water, stunning views, abundant wildlife, a prime location, and majestic hardwoods. The O-Lo-Hi Ranch is a turnkey +/-962-acre paradise ready for immediate enjoyment.   Landscape One of the property's unique features is the abundance of large hardwood trees, including Ball Pecan, Post Oak, Cedar Elm, and Live Oak, which tower over the lush landscape. The terrain offers a perfect blend of Texas Hill Country summits, hardwood tree cover, and open fields. As you drive through the ranch, you'll encounter food plots, creek crossings, and hilltop mesas. The views on this ranch are truly spectacular. Multiple vantage points allow you to take in the Colorado River Valley and San Saba Peak in the distance. All viewpoints are accessible by truck or SUV, making them ideal locations to build a forever home and enjoy stunning sunsets. The ranch is surrounded by large neighboring properties, enhancing the sense of privacy and providing unobstructed vista views.  O-Lo-Hi Ranch boasts excellent soils for cultivation and construction materials. Over 230 acres consist of Sunev Clay Loam and Frio Clay Loam, which are ideal soils for growing feed for livestock and wildlife. These clay soils also facilitate surface water projects, reducing construction costs and enhancing water retention. Strategic clearing has been done on the property to control cedar and mesquite populations, allowing mature trees, native grasses, and wildflowers to thrive. In the spring, the landscape bursts into color with native Texas wildflowers, including Bluebonnets, Indian Blankets, Indian Paintbrushes, Brown-Eyed Susans, Pink Ladies, White Prickly Poppies, Blackfoot Daisies, and more.   Water Water is a plentiful resource on the ranch. A 6-inch Corix waterline runs the entire length of the property’s 3,481 feet of frontage along County Road 424/Old Lometa Highway. Additionally, there are two wells on the property: one services the homestead area with a yield of over 60 GPM, while the other is located at the back of the property and requires some maintenance to be fully operational. In an area where groundwater can be scarce, the O-Lo-Hi Ranch stands out. Elliot Creek traverses the western portion of the property for over 1.3 miles. This wet-weather stream is beautifully lined with large pecan trees and wildflowers, and collects runoff from thousands of acres, forming pools in several locations along its bed. The ranch also features multiple wet-weather ravines and five surface water tanks, most of which have never been seen completely dry. The ranch has significant potential for large-scale water improvements. With abundant clay lining material, constructing a lake and multiple ponds along Elliot Creek or the ravines would be straightforward and highly beneficial.   Improvements The property includes a ready-to-use house with three bedrooms, two bathrooms, two living spaces, a back porch, and a carport. Near the home, you'll find a 60' x 40' metal shop and a goat shed. Recent upgrades to the home include a new air conditioning system, hot water heater, and septic system. The homestead is supplied with water from a well, and electricity is provided from the county road. There is also a water meter located near the front gate entrance. One of the highlights of O-Lo-Hi Ranch is a morning or evening drive around the property. Despite its vast size, the extensive road system makes nearly the entire ranch accessible by truck. Multiple fields are currently used as food plots, and hunting stations are strategically placed throughout. There is a set of cattle pens located by the back water well. The ranch is fenced with 7-strand barbed wire, with the western boundary being high-fenced. The property is currently Ag-exempt, though it is in a resting period with no livestock present. There are no easements on, through, or across the ranch except for utility easements. The ranch features two strategically placed entrances along the county road.   Wildlife The diversity of the O-Lo-Hi ranch has created a wildlife sanctuary where native Texas game flourishes. Whitetail deer, turkey, dove, and hogs are abundant, making the ranch an excellent location for wildlife observation or hunting. Additionally, the landowners have spotted multiple coveys of native bobwhite quail.    Location The O-Lo-Hi Ranch is situated in the northern Texas Hill Country, just 12 minutes from Lometa and 28 minutes from Lampasas. It is also conveniently located 1 hour and 25 minutes from Austin, 1 hour and 35 minutes from Waco, and 2 hours and 15 minutes from Fort Worth. This prime location allows for easy weekend getaways or extended stays with quick access to local amenities.     History  This ranch boasts a rich history, having changed hands only a few times since the mid-1800s. The tales of its owners exploring Elliot Creek, discovering Native American artifacts, harvesting thousands of pecans, hunting wild game, and even searching for buried treasure are well-documented. Treasures unearthed on the property include coins, spurs, arrowheads, a pistol, and even a Mastodon tusk, each a testament to the ranch's storied past. This unique piece of land has always been carefully preserved, maintaining its natural beauty through the generations. Now, here is the opportunity to become the next steward of this extraordinary ranch and continue its legacy.   Summary The O-Lo-Hi Ranch offers an exceptional blend of hardwoods, creeks, open pastures, varied topography, wildlife habitat, and convenient proximity and access. Don't miss the chance to own a Texas Hill Country ranch that has it all, with plenty of room to start your legacy. For more information on the O-Lo-Hi Ranch, contact TX Real Estate at (512) 346-0000. (Buyers agent must be identified on the first contact and must accompany buyer prospect on all showings to be allowed full participation. If this condition is not met, fee participation will be at the sole discretion of TX Real Estate, Broker). The information contained herein is understood to be accurate and reliable, but it is not guaranteed. Please verify all information before using the information contained herein for decision-making purposes.
$2,127,500  •  851 acres
Welcome to the Pecos River Lake Ranch near Fort Lancaster in Crockett County, Texas. This +-851 Acre property is ideal for hunting, ranching, or for a homestead.
Contact for Price  •  630 acres
Comanche Rock Ranch Located in Gillespie County just 15 minutes north of Fredericksburg, Comanche Rock Ranch neighbors one of the Hill Country’s most iconic landmarks, Enchanted Rock State Natural Area. The 630± acre ranch, which fronts on Ranch Road 965, is ideally suited as either a secluded private retreat or an income-generating destination for guests. Enchanted Rock dominates the viewshed. The massive pink granite dome can be considered and appreciated from many different perspectives throughout the ranch. Moving from the south to the north, the terrain changes from gently rolling open fields and hay meadows dotted with majestic oaks to craggy granite rock outcrops and ridges amid native oak trees and browse species that make up exceptional wildlife habitat. The high-fenced ranch is easily accessible on a network of improved roads. The ranch has several agricultural fields including a vineyard that provides grapes used for winemaking on the property. Some are productive hay fields while others are used as wildlife food plots. The southern section, which encompasses 208± acres, reflects the ranch’s roots as an equestrian facility and showcases the original horse headquarters. This section is home to a horse barn and stalls as well as a round pen. The northern section, which includes 422± acres, has been managed for wildlife since the mid-90s. It is home to white-tailed deer, axis deer and blackbuck antelope. In recent years, hunting has been limited to family and friends. Earlier in its history, the ranch was a commercial hunting operation. Recently, an eight-stall horse barn with a tack room, feed room and bathroom was added to the northern section to enhance its equestrian infrastructure. The new barn measures 70’ x 75’ with 12-foot overhangs to provide additional protection from the elements. Sandy Creek runs through the northwest corner of Comanche Rock Ranch and six stock ponds provide surface water. Several active springs along the drainage areas hold water throughout normal rainfall years. In addition, Comanche Rock Ranch has water rights to a deep well across RR965 and has eight water wells within its perimeter. There is also a limestone rock-lined underground water cistern on the north property. Five large-capacity aboveground water storage tanks serve the ranch compounds and several water troughs provide additional watering holes for animals. The ranch features a north and south headquarters, which is an ideal configuration whether the ultimate goal is a private retreat or commercial enterprise. The centerpiece of the north headquarters is the custom-designed home located on a ridge to take full advantage of the views of Enchanted Rock. Thick limestone walls and high ceilings hearken back to the area’s pioneer roots, while the longleaf pine beams and custom trim and hardwood floors and custom cabinetry add warmth. The main house features an open kitchen with commercial appliances and textured native stone countertops, a huge living room with a soaring fireplace, a glassed-in corner room that could be a second bedroom, a screened porch dining room overlooking the yard and pool areas. The master suite not only includes a bath, but a lovely, screened sun porch with windows framing Enchanted Rock. A home office and laundry room complete this home. Rock walkways connect the house to the nearby pool and patio area with sweeping views of Enchanted Rock. An adjacent, self-contained chinked cedar cabin serves as a separate guest house. The hunting lodge, which is a converted vintage barn, anchors a separate compound. In addition to three downstairs bedrooms with three private baths, the second-story bunkhouse can sleep up to eight people in four beds with trundles. The second story also has a kitchenette with a stove and refrigerator, a gathering space and bath facilities. The lodge has a large downstairs living room/game room and full kitchen as well as an outdoor gathering area with a gazebo, barbecue area, swimming pool, fire pit and games such as horseshoes, washers and darts. The original farmhouse dating back to the early 20th century delivers additional lodging for either guests or staff. The ranch office is in a separate building adjacent to the home. An old country store transported from Central Texas provides a perfect gathering place. It has a game processing area as well as a walk-in cooler and provides ample storage space. At the southern headquarters, the 4-5 bedroom/3-bath main house is built on the limestone bones of a circa 1900 German farmhouse and nestled into a beautiful grove of oak trees. The expansive house features a downstairs master suite, a large kitchen, two large living rooms, two upstairs bedrooms and one or two downstairs bedrooms (one was previously used as a study). The home also has an upstairs room off the attic that could be used for an office or a supplemental storage/closet area. The home was recently refreshed with new floors, paint and a bathroom remodel. The pool and patio are the centerpiece of the outdoor gathering area with a panorama of gorgeous Hill Country views. Comanche Rock Ranch’s potential as a personal retreat or a commercial enterprise is limited only by the new owner’s vision. Come see a life beyond the ordinary… Call Howard W. Hood at 830-739-3815 to experience the potential of Comanche Rock Ranch for yourself. Originally listed at $25 million/reduced to $18.9 million.
$6,500,000  •  600 acres
This premier "turn-key" lifestyle property in Nebo, KY, offers over 600+/- acres of scenic Western Kentucky landscape.
$5,400,000  •  525 acres
Elk Stop Ranch consists of 525 +/- acres with 2.5 miles of seasonal creek frontage completely surrounded on all 3 sides by the 1.8 million acre San Juan National Forest. No HOA/No Covenants/No Conservation Easement. Excellent year round paved access. 1900 sq ft ranch home provides decent living quarters or makes for a great base camp. Elevation ranges from 6900' in the valley floor to 7800' on the ridges to the east. Thanks to the wooded hillsides providing cover, and the irrigated valley floor providing a quality food crop, the local wildlife love this property. Elk, deer, and turkey are all frequently seen on the property. Located in Colorado Unit # 77 where bull elk tags are available over the counter and buck deer tags can typically be drawn with only 1 preference point. In addition to the normal public hunting tags, this ranch also qualifies for private land owner tags where you could apply to get 1 additional tag for each species
$2,644,044  •  388.83 acres
Located halfway between Harper and Junction in Kimble County, the ±388-acre P. Bode Ranch offers Hill Country living on a scale that is increasingly hard to find. Although most Hill Country ranches of this size are far off the beaten path, access to the P. Bode Ranch is easy. The entrance fronts on CR 442, which is about 3 miles north of the US-290. As another reference point, the ranch is about 6 miles from the intersection of I-10 and US-290. P. Bode Ranch is within easy reach of the coveted small-town amenities of Fredericksburg, Junction and Kerrville. The bright lights of both Austin and San Antonio are about 90 minutes away. The gently rolling hills, covered with native grasses and a mixture of live oak and cedar, provide a blank canvas of opportunity. Although the elevation changes are gradual, stunning views—the ones that make the Hill Country one of Texas' most beloved regions—still abound. While it has been used primarily as a cow-calf operation, the ranch is home to a variety of native wildlife including white-tailed deer, wild turkeys, and feral hogs. The exterior fences are functional game-proof; the interior fences are traditional net wire. A water well with an electric pump and a concrete holding tank serve the needs of livestock and wildlife. For those looking to create a one-of-a-kind life against the beautiful backdrop of the Hill Country, the P. Bode Ranch offers the opportunity on a rare scale. To see the P. Bode Ranch for yourself and stake a personal claim, call Jeffrey C. Hood with Hood Real Inc. at (830) 431-1177. The ranch is listed for $6,800/acre. (Additional acreage can be purchased for the same price per acre.)
$2,998,728  •  277 acres
277+/- acres in western Kimble County with 1700' along spring fed Maynard Creek with well and electric in place, Great hunting opportunity or some fantastic homesites.
$1,100,000  •  240.87 acres
This +-240 acre ranch is abundant in water sources, ensuring lush landscapes and ample opportunities for fishing and water-based activities. Additionally, the property boasts a modern 3-bedroom, 2-bathroom mobile home constructed in 2021.
Contact for Price  •  234 acres
Location: Williamson County located 35 minutes north of Austin between Hwys 183 and 195. Close proximity to tech hub of North Austin. 1k ft frontage on CR 243 Highest and Best Use: Family ranch/compound, venue, land bank investment in growth corridor, estate lot development Improvements: 5000 sqft total including 3/3 3500sqft main home and a 3/3 1500sqft lodge. Custom designed and built in 2019. Wrap around porch. Sport court. Terrain: Rolling landscape with mix of open pasture and oak mott areas. 2400ft on both sides of Berry Creek
$10,500,000  •  191 acres
Development opportunity only 1 mile from city limits. 191 acre ranch with a 5,000' deep water well that constantly pumps out clean water at 119 degrees at 450 gallons per minute. 36 KW Hydroelectric generator. 8" water lines provide irrigation water to the side roll sprinklers for the alfalfa fields. The San Pitch River runs through the ranch providing excellent trout fishing. Deer and turkey are seen on the ranch daily. Wasatch Plateau is just to the east providing lots of recreational opportunities. This land has low ag tax status of less than $500 a year.
$400,000  •  109 acres
The Nutt Farm is a property that is ideal for a variety of activities, from hunting, fishing, livestock, crop cultivation, and homesteading. According to FSA information, the farm measures 71.7 acres of woodland and 37.1 acres of cropland. Located on Hwy 168 and just west of Lorado, the property is a mere 15 miles away from both Paragould and Jonesboro. It has 960 feet of paved frontage, is situated near Lake Frierson State Park, and the Cache River, famed for its duck hunting, is 4 miles away. Furthermore, electricity and rural water are available on the western side of the property.
$3,300,000  •  105 acres
Welcome to this expansive 100+ acre sprawling estate in the heart of East Texas with 3 residential homes on the backdrop of rolling grazing pastures nestled behind a secured gated entry. The custom luxury residences each have their own personality sharing in the recreation of the party barn and full outdoor barbeque kitchen with smoker, grill, & griddle. The guest-pool house overlooks the 2 swimming pools, a play pool with water slide and the sipping pool with a swim up beverage and servng bar. Great area for entertaining. Addtionally there is a Hay Barn, an Equipment Barn or workshop, working pens, coastal hay meadows and 2 ponds. This one of a kind property offers endless possibilities such as multi-generational living, a vacation destination or a corporate retreat. Please refer to MLS #20607942 and #20607940 for more detailed information on the additional properties included. All information is deemed reliable but not guaranteed.
$3,000,000  •  100 acres
Welcome to the epitome of Oregon living! Nestled amongst the trees and valleys you will experience privacy and seclusion on your very own 100 acres complete with vineyard, pasture, and timberland. This one-of-a kind property is completely off-grid with a 5KW solar system, 13.5KW Kuboda diesel back-up generator, 2 private wells, 2500-gallon gravity feed water storage system, 1000-gallon diesel tank, and 500-gallon propane tank. The custom 2000+ sqft farmhouse was built in 2000 with modern conveniences and old-world charm including wrap around porch, open beam ceilings, wood floors, masonry fireplace, formal dining, 36" gas range, mud room, gas stove, custom built-ins, insulated 4-car garage, back deck with hot tub, and more! Utilize the 10 acres of Pinot Noir grapes with your very own tasting & barrel room. The 3600 sqft building offers an inviting tasting space with wood stove, a barrel room with exposed beam ceiling that could double as an event space, unfinished upper level for an extra 1800 sqft plus custom barn doors, a 2400 sqft equipment shed, and deck area that overlooks the mountains, vineyard, and valley. These grapes have received a 93-point wine rating! Other outbuildings include a 36x44 2-story pole barn with concrete floor, chicken coop, a large greenhouse, 2 well houses, potting shed, and a covered concrete patio complete with a wood fired pizza oven. This serene setting has southern and eastern exposure that includes 70 acres of forest and backs to BLM old growth forest with an abundance of wildlife. Every direction you look has breathtaking views of the mountains and valleys. This property offers so many possibilities including income opportunities from the the timber and vineyard, creating your dream hobby farm, or just simply retreating into your own private Umpqua Valley paradise!
$899,000  •  87 acres
87 acres +/- Farm house has 5 bedrooms, 2 1/2 baths, 2-Story Metal Barn has four horse stalls. Price includes Map 52, parcels 44, 45 and 175. Solar Array is leased and brings in revenue for the owners. Mostly wooded but has a couple of cleared acres. Good hunting for deer and turkeys. Not far from Easton, Maryland.
Contact for Price  •  87 acres
The Pickens ranch is a total of approx. 87 acres fronting on Hwy. 16 just 5 miles south of Bandera, TX. The ranch is on the east side of Hwy. 16 and in the Bandera School District. There is a great diversity of large Oak trees with good cover for the wildlife and several open fields with good soils for grazing. This property has been in the same family for several decades and used for agricultural purposes, but with the growing population several properties adjoining this ranch are now being used for commercial purposes. The sellers prefer to sell as a whole, but are willing to consider subdividing into smaller tracts of 20 acres or larger. The ranch has nice open pastures and very large oak trees. It is currently under an ag exemption and being leased out to run goats on. There is approx. 2,700 of frontage on Hwy. 16 and 1,450 of depth. There is an old house of approx. 1,042 sq. ft., but it is not lived in at this time. There is also 1 septic system and 1 water well which provides water to the house and livestock troughs. There are some old sheds that are used for cover for the livestock and a set of working pens. The ranch has 3 phase power and also a pipeline running through it. There is good perimeter fencing and a cross fence dividing the property into two pastures with a fenced lane leading into the working pens and barns.
$925,000  •  60.55 acres
Six 42 x 500 chicken barns, 60 acres, potential to expand and build more barns. Located just outside the town of Onley, VA. Barns are in excellent shape and ready for any required. Comes with a 3 bedroom, 2 bath single-wide mobile home and large equipment shed with concrete floor.
$900,000  •  47.76 acres
Over 47 acres, about 30 minutes from Ocean City, MD, and the beaches. Mostly cleared land with vegetables and a couple of big chicken houses 60 x 600 that might be able to renovated and contracted with one of the big poultry companies.
$749,000  •  40.57 acres
Escape to your private haven with this charming 4-bedroom home, perfectly nestled on 40 expansive acres of pristine land. While the house is in need of some tender loving care, its solid foundation and spacious layout offer a canvas brimming with potential. Transform this diamond in the rough into your dream ranchette, where the possibilities are as boundless as the rolling hills that surround you. A standout feature of this property is the impressive 5000 sq ft workshop, which provides ample space for all your projects, hobbies, or business ventures. Whether you're an avid craftsman, an entrepreneur, or simply need vast storage, this workshop is equipped to meet your every need. Imagine waking up to nature's tranquility, with endless outdoor activities opportunities, from horseback riding to gardening or simply soaking in the serene views. The acreage offers ample space for livestock, farming, or creating your own recreational paradise. Seize this rare opportunity to craft your ideal rural retreat, where peace, privacy, and potential abound. This property is more than just a home—it's a lifestyle waiting to be embraced. Make it yours, and let your imagination soar! Property Highlights: • 40+ acres • 4 Bedroom 3 Bath Country Home • Impressive 5,000 sq ft shop • Private/Secluded acreage • Studded Oaks • Wild Turkey • Recreational Opportunity • 24gpm Well • Septic
$400,000  •  40 acres
If you ever wanted equestrian property, this is it! Gently rolling land with views to forever is waiting for your dream to come true. Views stretch from Mt Diablo to the Sierras and Sacramento City Lights in between. Breathtaking! Well sites are marked and the property is surveyed. Make this your special place.
$1,550,000  •  39.28 acres
Under Contract
Incredibly built and impeccably maintained home and barn on 39 beautiful acres. Bring your horses and you won't want to leave.
F&R Partners