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$5,400,000  •  2,701 acres
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It’s all about land and cattle. Imagine 2,701 deeded acres consisting of six non-contiguous parcels starting at the south east corner of the fertile Fall River Valley, where the 1,073 acre Ranch Headquarters is located. This section of the ranch has 588 acres under production plus 80 acres of irrigated pasture. 7 barns, 4 feed lots, shop, 4 homes and additional buildings. Beaver Creek runs through the ranch providing water to fill 2 reservoirs for irrigation purposes as well as recreational use. One ag well tied together with creek water via an underground mainline system. In works. In addition to the cows, the owners have around 200 sheep. The ranch runs about 400-500 cows year-round with a BLM/USFS grazing permit. The Round Barn Ranch section includes 1,028 acres, beautiful sub-irrigated meadow and spring fed pond take in about 80 acres. This section ties in nicely with the permit area. The remaining 600+ acres are also within the permit area, and, are a crucial part to how the leased land The Ranch is in the Williamson Act PROPERTY HIGHLIGHTS: Cattle Operation: The owners have released 320 mother cows and 164 calves onto the lease for the 2020 season, the remaining 156 cows will calve in the next month. The approximate 60,000 acre BLM/Forest Service lease is a huge part of the operation. The combined lease is for 500 cow calf outfit, from April to November and the entire area is fenced. The permit ground dates are BLM beginning 4/15 to 6/01, then onto the Forest Service from 6/01 to 10/15, then back onto the BLM lease from 10/16 to 11/15. There are several sub irrigated meadows through the lease as well as springs and ponds for stock water. The simplicity of releasing the cows onto the lease is a major factor to the working dynamics of the ranch. A gate! Simply open the gate to the bordering BLM lands. The cows come home the same way. In addition, there is a small fenced lease area to the west of the ranch, which can handle 50 cows for a few months. About 25 head remain on the ranch in the pasture area, and, are moved around as needed. The ranch has had up to 500 sheep. The sheep operation takes in about 27 acres. Large sheep barn has 8064 sf. under roof, a lambing barn, several sheep sheds and a wool shed. Headquarters: The main ranch house sits on the banks of the pond, surrounded by mature trees and green lawns. Offering 2754 sf of living space with 4 bedrooms and 3 baths. Country kitchen opens to family room. Formal dining room, living room, small office and sunroom. Alongside the home is a rec-room with storage area, plus a meat processing room with cold storage. Grandma’s House also enjoys a view of the pond with 2,064 sf. including 3 bedrooms and 2 baths. Attached 1 car garage and fenced in yard. Rental home is 1020 sf. with 2 bedrooms and 1 bath and the caretakers single wide MFH has 2 bedrooms and 1 bath. In addition, there is a large metal shop with several bays, the main area has concrete floor and is well equipped for mechanical use. The large working corrals have a covered squeeze chute, a loading chute and certified scales. The 11,200 sf. pole barn has feed racks on both sides and can hold up to 500 ton. There is a charming old barn which holds up to 200 ton of sale hay. The 4 feed-lot barns are identical with feed racks on two sides and can hold 250 ton. Several other outbuildings as you would typically find on a working ranch. The owners have been replacing some of the fencing with steel posts and H braces, as well as new wire. The 588 acres of farm ground consists of 460 acres irrigated with wheel-lines and flood. 54 acres sub irrigated hay, and 74 acres dry land grain. Producing enough hay to feed the cows through the winter months, with extra premium hay to sell. The remaining ground is creek, ponds, grazing and infrastructure. Water: The ranch has both surface and ground water. The ranch has established 1886 water rights for 1,440 miner’s inches of water from Beaver Creek and appropriative water right to store water for 200 acre feet a year in the 2 reservoirs. There is a pump in each reservoir to distribute water back into the underground mainline. The Beaver Creek diversion dam allows the ranch to divert water by gravity flow through mainline to the ponds and irrigation system. The ag well produces about 1,000 GPM and is also typed into the underground mainline system. Round Barn Ranch section is named for the historical Round Barn that was built in the early 1800, the barn has been removed and donated to the local museum. The ranch is located about 6 miles from the Headquarters. It’s partially fenced, has a panel corral and several springs. There is a gravel pit on the hillside with road access. This is one of the first places the cows go when released on the lease and usually gather here in the fall. The remaining 4 parcels are Compton Springs, 120 acres just south of the Headquarters, has a spring the feeds Beaver Creek and is fully fenced but lays outside the grazing permit. The 160 acre Dam Site is on Beaver Creek and was the proposed site of a dam which never came to fruition. Wilson Springs, 160 acres about 9 miles southeast of the Headquarters with some spring development for livestock water. The Homestead parcel is also 160 acres bordering the state game refuge and near the Beaver Creek wetlands. The sub irrigated meadow is fenced. This parcel is about 12 miles for the Ranch Headquarters. The recreational and hunting opportunities are endless. The abundant wildlife include deer, antelope, bear, quail, waterfowl and more. Bass fish in the ponds as well as canoeing, swimming and floating. The ranch qualifies for 2 land owner deer tags and is located in the X4 deer zone. The views from Ranch Headquarters are amazing including Mt. Shasta and valley. This is a unique opportunity to own a full working ranch, a recreational ranch and stunning landscape.
Contact for Price  •  2,500 acres
2500 ± Acres 3± Miles of Trinity River 4,920± sq/ft Main lodge 2,000± sq/ft Foreman’s quarters Numerous additional improvements Low fenced & cross fenced Natural Oxbow Lakes 3 Wells & electricity Incredible hunting & fishing possibilities
$7,730,000  •  2,130.54 acres
G5 North Ranch – Yampa, CO - Spectacular Vistas | Abundant Recreation | Quality Cattle Operation| Senior Water Rights
Contact for Price  •  1,170 acres
1170 ± Acres Frontage on HWY 35 Frio River & Leona River Frontage High-fenced & cross-fenced Improved Coastal Bermuda pastures Huge Live Oaks 2 Ponds Future irrigation potential Electricity
Contact for Price  •  630 acres
Located in Gillespie County just 15 minutes north of Fredericksburg with frontage on Ranch Road 965, turn-key Comanche Rock Ranch offers a full range of Hill Country possibilities on ±630 beautiful acres adjacent to Enchanted Rock State Natural Area. Its proximity to Enchanted Rock ensures high traffic and visibility for those interested in generating income. Its size ensures privacy and seclusion for those seeking respite and relaxation. 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 amidst native oak trees and browse species that make up exceptional wildlife habitat. The ranch has several agricultural fields that have been utilized as wildlife food plots; one has been converted to a test vineyard that appears to be very promising. The northern section, which includes ±425 acres containing six bulk protein feeders, twelve blinds and fourteen spin feeders, has been intensively managed for trophy native whitetails since the mid-90s. It is operated under a MLDP-Level III permit. There are 6 bulk feeders, 12 spin feeders and 12 hunting blinds. Trophy axis and blackbuck also roam the hills. The ranch has only been hunted as family and friends for the last 10+ years. Prior to that the ranch was a commercial hunting operation and could be easily transitioned back. The southern section, which encompasses ±208 acres, is home to axis deer, rare white elk, trophy whitetail deer, a small goat herd as well as many acres of lovely hay fields. Enchanted Rock dominates the viewshed. The Hill Country icon is showcased from many different locations and perspectives throughout the property. The majority of the ranch is high-fenced and easily accessible on a network of improved roads. Sandy Creek runs through the northwest corner of Comanche Rock Ranch and 6 stock ponds provide surface water. Several active springs along the drainage areas hold water throughout the year. In addition, Comanche Rock Ranch has water rights to a deep well across RR965 and has 5 water wells (3 active) within its perimeter. There is also a limestone rock-lined underground water cistern on the north property. Five large-capacity aboveground water storage tanks to serve the ranch compounds and several water troughs provide additional watering holes for animals. The ranch features a north and south headquarters, which offer limitless potential for a private or commercial retreat. The centerpiece of the north headquarters is the custom-designed home, built in 1998-99, and 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 that was recently remodeled, anchors a separate compound. In addition to 3 downstairs bedrooms with 3 private baths, the second-story bunkhouse can sleep up to 8 people in 4 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. It is currently occupied by the ranch manager’s family and the ranch office is in a separate building adjacent to the home. An old country store transported from Central Texas provides a perfect gathering spot for hunters and sightseeing guests. It has a game processing area as well as a walk-in cooler and provides ample storage space for equipment. 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, 2 large living rooms, 2 upstairs bedrooms and 1-2 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 pool and patio area is the centerpiece of the outdoor gathering area with a panorama of gorgeous Hill Country views. A small house, adjacent to the barn, could be updated and utilized for additional guests or staff. As a former equestrian property, the compound also includes a horse barn and stalls as well as a round pen and a roping facility. This property has a bulk storage grain silo, 2 bulk protein feeders and multiple gravity/well-fed watering troughs. Comanche Rock Ranch’s potential as a personal retreat or a commercial enterprise is limited only by the new owner’s imagination. Come make the most of Hill Country living. Call Howard W. Hood at 830-739-3815 to experience the potential of Comanche Rock Ranch. Please contact for price.
Contact for Price  •  584 acres
584 ± Acres Frontage on FM 1410 2,400± sq/ft House 2 Barns with horse stalls & tack room Set of working cattle pens 2 Improved hay fields 6± Acre olive tree grove Cleared & cross-fenced land 2 Ponds
$2,638,400  •  388 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.)
$2,100,000  •  331.1 acres
Welcome to Evergreen Farm & Stables, an awe-inspiring equine estate set within the splendor of the best landscape the Catskills has to offer, encompassing 331 acres of ponds, pastoral meadows, 2 residences, equestrian facilities, a stand-alone art studio/gym, professional workshops and magnificent woods, and hay fields. A true visual masterpiece, the 5,200 square foot main house is comprised of 4 bedrooms, including 2 Master suites, 3 full baths, and 2 half baths among 2 levels. The modern chef’s kitchen ties traditional luxe with modern luxury. Dressed with a 10 burner Vulcan professional stove with two ovens, a double wall oven, built-in wood-fired pizza oven, walk-in pantry, a large center island, and Terrazzo tile flooring matched with coffered ceilings. The 14 seat farm table, framed by the French doors, creates a seamless movement between indoors and outdoors, leading to the bluestone patio overlooking the manicured grounds. The first floor is finished with a laundry room with a separate ironing room, a large mudroom, office, dining area, family room, and a cozy living room enhanced with a fieldstone fireplace and rich, luxurious wood flooring throughout. Upstairs there are 4 bedrooms to include 2 master suites, one with a wood-burning fireplace, steam shower, jacuzzi, walk-in closets, office/studio, and separate spa room for the ultimate retreat after a day's work. The second master suite presents a connecting office or sitting area. The grounds provide an income opportunity or in-law quarters with its 3,000 square foot lake house to include a master suite, 2 other beds, full kitchen, laundry, sitting room, living room, and a detached garage. Settle on the back deck enjoying nature's paintbrush overlooking the spring-fed 14ac lake that adds to the peace, tranquility, and serenity of this iconic estate. A 2,800 sf saltbox barn, has been converted into a first-floor art studio and a second-floor fully equipped gym. Entirely paneled with pine and has a 1 car attached garage. The horse barn boasts 8- 12’x12’ stalls built with Southern yellow pine, a foaling stall, heated tack and heated wash rooms! The full-sized riding ring that is 100’ x 120’ with jumps confers the ultimate horse training experience, as well as the 2 fenced paddocks that encompass 17 acres of grazing meadow. Additionally, a heated woodshop, which was a former dairy barn, is fully equipped with a table saw, lathe, drill press, band saws, planer, and joiner as well as many other items sure to please the most enthusiastic carpenter. The 14-acre lake is fed by 7 springs of crystal clear water that is naturally filled with bass for fishing off the large dock or out on the floating dock. The Generac generators in both houses ensures the lights always stay on. Owning an equestrian property is truly a unique experience, now is your chance to possess a historical farm estate with endless private views overlooking bucolic landscaping in a majestic equestrian country.
$269,900  •  320.16 acres
320 acres bordering public land on two sides and covered up with wildlife in Colorado GMU # 711. Elk, deer, and turkey all loves this property thanks to the cover and varying topography that it offers. Seasonal water holes help hold them on this land as well. In addition to the over the counter rifle bull elk tags that are available, this acreage qualifies you to apply for the highly coveted Private Land Owner tags as well. Over 300,000 acres of BLM land can be directly accessed right across the east property line of this acreage. There is an additional 40 acre piece of BLM land access offed the west property line.Located at 7600' elevation with decent year round access on a county road. This land will always benefit from extremely low taxes (only $183 in 2021) thanks to a conservation easement that runs with the land. This is an off grid property with electricity being about 1 mile away. Well and/or cistern, as well as septic, would need to be installed by buyer if building a home.
$700,000  •  280 acres
280 acres with senior water rights, tons of wildlife, No HOA, No Covenants & No Conservation Easement. Located off of a quiet county road southeast of Ignacio, this ranch is for the buyer that wants to put some elbow grease into the land for some great equity. While it is extremely private, and isolated from it's neighbors thanks to the plateau that it sits on, it's not tooremote by any means. Priced at only $2,500 an acre, this is one of the best valued properties you'll find with water rights inall of Southwest Colorado. The ranch is located at 6300' elevation in the Banana Belt Region of Southwest Colorado where there is 300+ days of sunshine a year. 80 shares of Pine River Canal are included. Note that in September of 2021 when all the other irrigation districts in Southwest Colorado were already shut down for the year, this ranch was still getting it's water.Annual taxes are under $1,000 a year! Old homestead is abandoned and sellers make no representation regarding the infrastructure or the improvements. There are two gas pads on the property. No mineral rights included.
$2,160,000  •  260 acres
Weber Canyon Ranch is located at 7,000' elevation just 3 miles south from the town of Mancos in the fertile Weber Canyon. Weber Creek runs through the western edge of the ranch year round. This productive ranch borders 7,000 acres of BLM land, offering endless opportunities for recreation. No HOA, no covenants, and no conservation easement. Low ag taxes of only $1,482.12 a year. The 260 acre property offers a combination of natural beauty, an excellent location with year-round access, tons of wildlife, agricultural productivity, mineral rights, and it's less than 10 minutes to town! The ranch includes senior water rights from both the Mancos River and Jackson Reservoir, and it has a spring fed pond that holds water year round. Water rights consist of 3.167 CFS from the Mancos River, plus an additional 170 acre feet from JacksonReservoir. There are 7 gravity fed pressurized side rolls (no pumping bills), 1 side roll with a pump, and 3 K-line sprinklers. The ranch will typically produce approximately 10,000 bales (65 lbs each) of hay between two cuttings, and then graze about 200 head of cattle after the second cutting. Seller believes they own 1/8 of the mineral rights. All mineral rights belonging to seller will transfer to buyer. Improvements consist of a 3 bedroom ranch home, an older shop with 220 electric, pole barn, and a hay barn. Weber Canyon Ranch would be a great candidate for a conservation easement, or it has potential for a rural development with its central water line and fabulous location borderingBLM. It is less than 10 minutes to Mancos, 40 minutes to Durango, and 1 hour 45 minutes to Telluride.
$2,300,000  •  241 acres
HOMESTEAD, WEEKENDER, OR LIVESTOCK OPERATION! 241 acres, updated home, pool, horse/cattle facilities, 6 tanks.
$1,630,000  •  222.56 acres
Ranching retreat! Package deal including custom homestead ranch house with adjoining tracts = 222 acres of peaceful living! Gorgeous aspen tongue and groove ceilings crown the great room while granite anchors the expansive kitchen complete w/SS Jenn Air appliances, RO system, leading to the covered patio. Built-in speakers inside and out plus streaming antenna keep you connected to the outside world. Spacious ranch living with additional living quarters in barn. Rain/snow water collection system keeps 4-5,000 gallon storage tanks supplied. Water treatment/pumping system in place w/solar thermal hydronics. . Fully operational New Mexico ranch in beautiful James Valley, just east of Ramah, NM. 222.56 acres made up of 4 fenced/cross fenced contiguous tracts within the gated James Valley Ranch. Beautiful 3,200 sq.ft. custom ranch house with gleaming 90'x40' workshop/barn/RV garage w/.75 bath and wood stove with plenty of storage/secure storage. Rainwater/snowmelt water catchment system with four 5,000 gallon water tanks, state-of-the-art water treatment system with filtration and UV treatment w/ solar thermal hydronic system for heat. Every aspect of the ranch is in immaculate condition, with corrals, loafing sheds, tack room, dirt tank. May apply for Game Management Unit 12 landowner tag. Easy access off Highway 53 just west of El Malpais National Monument, just east of El Morro. Package deal includes Tracts, 12, 13A, 14, 15 and 13B. Pre-approval/proof of funds required for showing. Pre-approval/proof of funds required for showing. GEO: 34.93683, -108.24179
$260,976  •  217.48 acres
217 acres of very private recreational land with no covenants, no HOA, and no conservation easement. Isolated but not remote, this property is located only 15 miles from downtown Durango at 7100' elevation. This land is covered up with wildlife including elk, mule deer, and turkey. This is Colorado GMU 741 that offers over the counter rifle bull elk tags. Rifle buck tags can typically be drawn with no preference points. No utilities are in place which is why this land is only $1,200 an acre.
$525,000  •  191 acres
Recreational land with a perfect blend of vegas (meadows), forest, and views! 158 acres of beautiful land that has some water rights, elk tags and building sites. You can easily wander the property and feel like you are worlds away from civilization and yet you are just a short drive to town. The forested land dramatically opens up to grassy meadows and spectacular views. Oak, pine, and fir cover the landscape while wildlife meanders through the trees and graze in the meadows. Build a cabin, pitch a tent or hang your hat permanently in a new home. The scenery will captivate you.
$2,250,000  •  183 acres
Income producing 183 +/- acres with senior water rights and over 1/2 mile of Florida River frontage. No HOA, No Covenants, No Conservation Easement. Industrial zoning in the Florida Mesa District Land Use Plan. Located on Airport Road with excellent paved year round access and a county approved turn lane already installed. Gravel pit lease brings in $75,000 a year and the income from the tenant in the home is $15,000 a year (way under-rented in today's rental market). Land Bankers, where else can you find land in SW Colorado generating $90,000 a year? This is a prime development property adjacent to one of the fastest growing airports in the West. Historic water rights include irrigation rights, surface rights, groundwater rights, storage rights, and a plan for augmentation.
Contact for Price  •  182 acres
182 ± Acres Frontage on CR 1281 2BR/1BA Camp house Low fenced 3 Springs Year-round creek 1 Artesian well & electricity 4 Producing gas wells 100% Minerals included
$820,000  •  164 acres
Located east of Durango in the prime development corridor, this 164 acre parcel sits at 6800' elevation with excellent southern exposure and fabulous year round access. With the Sundance Hills subdivision to the north consisting of 5 acre parcels, and the El Rancho Florida subdivision to the west consisting of 3 acre parcels, this acreage would make a prime rural development opportunity. 35 acre parcels can be created without planning approval. County Planning Department has implied that 10 acre parcels would likely be approved through the subdivision development process. Central water taps are available through La Plata Archuleta Water District for $5,550. Septic would be required by San Juan Basin HealthDepartment. Water rights consist of 4 shares of King Ditch water delivered through the high-line lateral. This land enjoy slow ag taxes of less than $500 a year. No covenants and no conservation easement.
$599,000  •  150 acres
150 acre high fenced ranch for sale in Robert Lee, Texas  This 150 acres of high-fenced land located in Coke county just south of Robert lee, Texas is stocked with exotic and domestic game for great hunting. The property has very think cover, 2 dirt tanks, 3 great water wells. 2 are new and all three run off solar, 2 electric poles/meters, 3 nice blinds, 4 tripods, 5 feeders, There is a trailer house on the property that can be used as a hunting camp. The property has been stocked with axis, Blackbuck, whitetail. There are also hogs, quail, turkey, dove, and ducks. When the property was stocked they had 2 breeder bucks and 8n does and all are tagged.   This property is approximately 3 miles from Robert Lee, 30 miles from San Angelo, 93 miles from Midland/Odessa, 65 miles from Big Springs, and 58 miles from Abilene.   DISCLAIMER: All property information contained herein is furnished by the owner, or from sources deemed reliable to the best of their knowledge. It is not guaranteed, and United Country M&M Ranch Land Investments, LLC makes no representation, guarantee, or warranty, expressed or implied; nor do we assume any legal liability for its accuracy. All offerings are subject to change in price, errors, omissions, prior sales, and/or withdrawal without notice. Purchaser is solely responsible for verification and all necessary due diligence that may be necessary or required for purchasers intended use of subject property. In accordance with the law, all properties are offered without regard to race, color, gender, creed, national origin, familial status, or handicap. NOTE: The square footage of home and buildings, lot sizes, acreage size, and all property dimensions are approximate; subject to verification by purchaser, and/or new survey. Notice to buyers representatives: When buying farm & ranch land or investment property the buyers agent, if applicable, must be identified on first contact and must be present at initial showing of the property listing to the prospective real estate investor in order to participate in real estate commission. If this condition is not met, fee participation will be at sole discretion of United Country Real estate.  
$1,175,000  •  145.18 acres
Monument Farm, 145+/- ac in Deep Run Hunt Country, provides the perfect setting in which to build your dream equestrian estate. Approximately125 ac are in open fields, which are currently being cropped, providing a blank canvas to design your perfect layout for your equestrian operation. For the non-equestrian, the fertile fields can be continued in crops, planted in grass for other livestock or plant a vineyard. The farm includes a well-built 77.5' x 100' barn. This is a rare offering of large acreage near Richmond & 15 minutes to Short Pump. This property as well as the farm across the street is protected by a conservation easement to preserve the rural beauty of the area. A must see for country living with city conveniences nearby!
$1,170,000  •  145 acres
Weber Canyon Ranch is located at 7,000' elevation just 3 miles south from the town of Mancos in the fertile Weber Canyon. This productive ranch borders 7,000 acres of BLM land, offering endless opportunities for recreation. No HOA, no covenants, and no conservation easement.Low ag taxes of only $1,482.12 a year. This 145 acre property offers a combination of natural beauty, an excellent location with year-round access, tons of wildlife, agricultural productivity, mineral rights, and it's less than 10 minutes to town! The ranch includes senior water rights from both the Mancos River and Jackson Reservoir, and it has a spring fed pond that holds water year round. Water rights consist of 1.5 CFS from the Mancos River, plus an additional 70 acre feet from Jackson Reservoir. There are 2 gravity fed pressurized side rolls (no pumping bills), 1side roll with a pump, and 3 K-line sprinklers. Seller believes they own 1/8 of the mineral rights. All mineral rights belonging to seller will transfer to buyer. Improvements consist of a 3 bedroom ranch home, an older shop with 220 electric, and pole barn. Weber Canyon Ranch would be a great candidate for a conservation easement, or it has potential for a rural development with its central water line and fabulous location bordering BLM. It is less than 10 minutes to Mancos, 40 minutes to Durango, and 1 hour 45 minutes to Telluride.
$1,170,000  •  114 acres
Weber Canyon Ranch is located at 7,000' elevation just 3 miles south from the town of Mancos in the fertile Weber Canyon.This is the western portion of the ranch consisting of approximately 114 acres. Weber Creek runs through the western edge of this ground year round. This productive ranch borders BLM land, offering endless opportunities for recreation. No HOA, no covenants, and no conservation easement. This 114 acre property offers a combination of natural beauty, an excellent location with year-round access, tons of wildlife, agricultural productivity, mineral rights, and it's less than 10 minutes to town!The ranch includes senior water rights from both the Mancos River and Jackson Reservoir. Water rights include 60 shares of the Mancos River consisting of approximately 1 CFS, priority # 54. 40 shares of the Mancos River consisting of approximately 0.667 CFS, priority # 28. 100 acre feet of water delivered through Jackson Gulch. All gravity fed pressurized side rolls (no pumping bills). Seller believes they own 1/8 of the mineral rights. All mineral rights belonging to seller will transfer to buyer. Weber Canyon Ranch would be a great candidate for a conservation easement, or it has potential for a rural development with its central water line and fabulous location bordering BLM. It is less than 10 minutes to Mancos, 40minutes to Durango, and 1 hour 45 minutes to Telluride.
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.
$280,000  •  80 acres
80 ± Acres Frontage on CR 308 1.5± Hours from Corpus Christi Low fenced Excellent brush cover Numerous possible homesite locations Good senderos Abundant wildlife Great secluded hunting property
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