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$38,000,000  •  14,753 acres
La Panza Ranch is a 14,750±- acre ranch in San Luis Obispo County, California. La Panza represents a unique opportunity to acquire a turn-key, multifaceted holding, that includes an active cattle and agricultural operation, an expansive family compound of the highest quality, 280-acres of high density olive plantings, pastures, plantings of alfalfa and hay with abundant grazing. The acquisition includes all farm improvements, a state-of-the art olive oil mill, farm implements, inventory, all furnishings and personal property as well as the highly regarded La Panza Olive Oil brand. In an uncertain world, La Panza represents a private retreat and a step back into its rich history as part of Old California. The property and operation is private, secure and essentially self-contained in a bucolic setting with abundant wildlife, dramatic landscape and views in every direction, yet with all modern amenities. So important in California, having over 50 wells, natural springs and 3 reservoirs, water is abundant at La Panza. All of this, yet well located along State Highway 58 with a less than one-hour drive to San Luis Obisbo and Morro Bay and less than two-hours to Bakersfields, both having municipal airports. La Panza also has its own helipad and area for a private air strip. *Co-Listed with CBRE*
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$7,383,000  •  7,383.81 acres
DRY CREEK RANCH The Dry Creek Ranch is a 7,383.81 deeded acre plus a 40-acre New Mexico State Lease Ranch. 5,134.76 acres are in Colorado and 2,249.05 acres in New Mexico. The terrain varies from mountainous to hilly in New Mexico to more of an undulating to rolling hills and ravines on the Colorado side. This varying terrain not only supports a well-balanced livestock operation, but also offers excellent recreational and hunting opportunities. Elevation ranges from approximately 7,600 feet at the south side where the property boundary is nestled against the Johnson Mesa Campground to 6,000 feet at the northern property line in Colorado. The mountainous New Mexico area is dotted with small natural and man-made ponds for livestock and wildlife use. A spring at the southern end is plumbed to a pipeline that supplies water to the Headquarters and 12 livestock tanks. The Ranch manager, Frank Sylva, has been managing the Dry Creek Ranch for 14 years and has proven himself to be truly knowledgeable in range production and livestock management as well as a game manager. Access to the Ranch is via a single road in and out. This helps keep traffic to a minimum. Location: The Dry Creek Ranch is located in the mid southern part of Las Animas County, Colorado, and the mid northern part of Colfax County, New Mexico. The Ranch is approximately 35 minutes east of Trinidad, Colorado. Travel from Trinidad, Colorado is via US Highway 160. Departing Highway 160, you travel on well-maintained county roads offering year-round access. The county road ends at the headquarters. Terrain: Dry Creek Ranch offers a variety of terrain from the south boundary setting at the caprock edge to mountainous terrain with lush meadows, ponds, and trees to rolling hills, arroyos, and plains. Traversing the New Mexico portion of the Ranch is best done either by horseback or an ATV. ATV roads and trails make it possible to access the majority of the Ranch. Several intermittent water drainage ways or rivulets are scattered throughout. Water: The main water supply is from a spring located at 7,400’ and delivers water via a pipeline to the headquarters and 12 drinking tanks, the lowest at 6,400 feet. As with all springs and wells, the production will vary, however this spring historically produces about 8 gpm. There are numerous water ponds dotted throughout the Ranch. Dry Creek meanders through the ranch and diverts water to the Mestas Ditch, a water right used for the irrigation of pasture lands on wetter years. Blue Creek also meanders through the New Mexico side and leaves the ranch prior to the Colorado line. It is a productive stream and seems to flow longer into the season than Dry Creek. Vegetation: (from terrain) The main grasses on Dry Creek Ranch are Vegetation, June Crested Wheat and Blue Grama. In addition, there are abundant varieties of Nutritional Forbs. The Ranch has a population of Pinon, Ponderosa, Blue Spruce, Jack Pine, Juniper, White and Red Cedar Trees along with Oak Brush. There is an ongoing effort to mechanically control any locust trees. Hunting and Recreation: The Dry Creek Ranch, being in both Colorado and New Mexico, offers a unique hunting scenario. The New Mexico segment offers a different elk hunting than Colorado in allowing the landowner a greater opportunity to allow elk hunting on their property. Wildlife on the Ranch consists of Elk, Deer, Antelope, Bear, Mountain Lion, Turkey, and Predatory Animals. In Colorado, Dry Creek Ranch is in Game Management Unit 140 and in New Mexico Game Management Unit 57. The Owner and Ranch Manager have been enthusiastic in promoting wildlife environment and habitat as well as being guarded in allowing minimal guided outside hunts on Dry Creek Ranch. Through management the wildlife concentration and quality on Dry Creek Ranch is considered to be very strong in comparison to the surrounding area. All wildlife photos are taken on Dry Creek. Recreation: Dry Creek Ranch offers several recreational adventures for the family. These can be horseback riding for hours through the thick treed area or wandering through the oak brush. While ATVing through the rougher New Mexico side, one can go for days and find new adventures each day or hiking through the same terrain and taking pictures. While on horseback or hiking, one can look for old artifacts abandoned by homestead settlers and homesteads. In the early days, most of this Ranch was homesteaded and what now are grass meadows were once farm fields growing beans and wheat. One can occasionally find old farm tools and wagon parts. Improvements: House: Main level: 1872 sq ft 3 Bedrooms 1 Bath Living Room Dining Room Entry Room Office Kitchen Basement: One large room (semi-finished) consisting of 1040 sq ft plus an 832 sq ft garage at the end. Shop: Metal Morton Building – 30’ X 60’ – Heated with an older coal pot belly stove (wood Burning). Floor: Concrete Electricity: 220 Volt Cattle: As you crisscross Dry Creek Ranch, it becomes evident that the Ranch has been responsibly managed with no evidence of over grazing or abuse. Currently there is approximately 138 pair plus bulls and horses on the Ranch. It is estimated that this Ranch should carry 175-200 pair, 20 replacement heifers, 8-10 bulls, plus horses. The carrying capacity of course depends on cow size, bull ratio, management practices, and weather. DRY CREEK RANCH SUMMARY Southern Colorado plus Northern New Mexico Location Great Fencing Productive Grass plus Forks Spring Water Water Pipeline System Seasonal plus Year-Round Creeks Good Access Yet Secluded – End of the Road 7,283 Acres – 2 States Balanced Winter/Summer cow/calf unit Numerous Ponds Treed and Brush 45 Minutes to Airport Wildlife – elk, deer, antelope, bear, mountain lion, turkey, and predators Game Management Units – 140 in Colorado – 57 in New Mexico Elk Deer Antelope Bear Mountain Lion Merriam Turkey Variety of terrain from mountain to plains, treed plus brush, to open meadows and open grasslands. Taxes: $2,741.12 Price: $7,383,000
$17,000,000  •  1,025 acres
Stonestreet Farm – A fabulous opportunity to own 1,028 +/- acres of beautiful rolling land graced with Granddaddy Oaks and ponds in NW Ocala. 4,000+/- LF of road frontage on Hwy 318. Property is currently being utilized as a Thoroughbred horse farm, but if you have the vision to make it a family compound, cattle farm, or personal Valhalla dreams do come true! Main Barn with office, break room and half bath has lab and viewing room (4) foaling stalls plus 16 additional stalls. Five additional center aisle barns with 18-stalls each in 3 of the barns and 2 of the barns have 17 stalls each plus office/break room and half bath. 2,280 SF Barn hay/storage barn. Manager’s Residence: Manager’s residence on the property. Beautiful building sites to build your dream home and revel in the tranquility of such vast acreage. Fencing: Approximately 22 miles of fencing which is a mixture of 4-board, board and diamond wire fencing with full round posts.
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$5,495,000  •  571.51 acres
$5,995,000
The Guadalupe Ranch Estate is a stunning turn-key equestrian and recreational ranch property. Built as a personal retreat for famed L.A. architect-to-the-stars, Fred Smathers, the ranch features a gorgeous Mediterranean style estate home situated on a private lake. Totaling 571+/- acres, the ranch is situated in Catheys Valley, California less than an hour from Yosemite Valley, and just two hours from the San Francisco Bay Area. There are two guest/caretaker homes, a barn and stable, storage outbuildings, walker, round pen, and numerous and sizable pastures and turn-outs. No expense was spared when creating this special estate ranch. The property is fenced and cross-fenced and is ready for cattle to graze. Multiple wells, along with the private lake and deeded water rights make this an opportunity not to be passed up. Guadalupe Ranch has it all: fishing, hunting, equestrian and ATV riding, paddle boating, swimming, hiking, privacy and relaxation, all within an hour to Yosemite. PROPERTY HIGHLIGHTS: luxury estate home (roughly 4,200 square feet), with every detail built into the design, high wood-beam ceilings, large, open, flowing spaces with lakefront views from every room beautiful granite, travertine, and ceramic tile work throughout the home designed to entertain, cook and prepare food both indoors and outdoors with ease smart, neat, and tidy 4-stall barn with hay/feed storage, wash racks, cross-ties, and tack room, there is room for more stalls and an arena three separate architect-designed outbuildings that could be used for equestrian, vineyard, or entertaining needs abundant water from numerous wells, seasonal creeks, springs, and the private lake large pasture was previously planted and harvested with an oat, wheat, barley hay mix - opportunity to continue this practice or develop a vineyard or orchard if desired well-maintained asphalt and gravel roads throughout the ranch - great access
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$3,995,000  •  320 acres
$4,500,000
Perched high in the hills above Atascadero with breathtaking panoramic ocean views lies this idyllic Mediterranean style home and equestrian ranch. Situated on 320± acres, this park-like setting will transport you to another world. Surrounded by unobstructed heart-stopping views of the Coastal Range and Pacific Ocean, majestic oaks, abundant wild life & water with 3 springs & year-round creeks. The property boasts a main home with pool & spa, barn with 5 stalls & tack room, an arena, round pen & 2 corrals. One mile down a private tree lined road where your eyes will feast upon natural rock formations, year round flowing creeks and magnificent oaks you will find 3 additional homes, a pond with its own beach, basketball court and deck side sitting. . Enjoy tranquil hilltop living from this spectacular coastal property. Custom-built in 2007, the Spanish-style single level villa features 3 bedrooms with study, 3 bathrooms & powder room, hickory hardwood floors, and open beam ceilings. Every room of the home enjoys large windows with private entrances and breathtaking views of either the Pacific Ocean, gardens untouched hills. The heart of the home is the expansive great room and open kitchen with access to the pool and spa where you can enjoy the Mediterranean climate and panoramic views. The Master Suite offers a wall of windows, his & hers walk-in closets, sitting room & soaking tub with views, and access to the patio, pool & spa. The home is surrounded by a wealth of gardens with plenty of fruit trees and native California vegetation, lighted pathways and sitting areas. Enjoy the solace of living in the hills above the Pacific while being only a short drive from the amenities of Atascadero and close proximity to nearby wineries and vineyards. Bask in the Mediterranean climate of the Central Coast and receive the first influence of coastal breezes in your own private seaside ranch.
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$3,995,000  •  150 acres
$4,500,000
This immaculate home boasts over 9,000 sq ft heated and cooled and over 14,000 sq ft under roof. And that is JUST the main house. There is also 7,000 sq ft of workshop space complete with upscale guest quarters, RV parking, and separate office space. The workshop is attached to 2,000 sq ft of horse quarters complete with top-of-the-line horse stalls. There are over 150 acres of property with 17 of those acres completely manicured while the other acreage is heavy with timber which holds quite a bit of value! The Mediterranean-style home features high-end appliances, hand-scraped hickory hardwoods, and travertine flooring throughout. The master closet is two-story with a spiral iron staircase which is just off the amazing master bathroom with custom travertine columns. The formal living has a one-of-a-kind hand-painted dome ceiling with a crystal chandelier that is sure to wow anyone. And this is just the stuff you can see! This home was built right with features like industrial steel caging and wiring throughout, a central vacuum system, a water filtration system, and solid wood beams. This is truly a unique property that you do not want to miss out on!
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$2,595,000  •  118 acres
$3,200,000 • Under Contract
This Historic Turnkey Vineyard Property is located in Yolo County about 15 minutes south of the city of Sacramento and approximately three miles southwest of the community of Clarksburg on Merritt Island. The property was part of the Swamp Land Act of 1855. County records indicate the property’s first deed and survey completed and recorded in 1859. The ranch partly borders Elk Slough, which along with the Sacramento River, form the boundary of Merritt Island. The property consists of approximately 118 acres of which about 100 acres are farmable. The balance of the acreage includes various buildings, roads, headlands, and levee.
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$2,240,000  •  46.3 acres
Perched on a hilltop & nestled among beautiful oak-studded acres lies this magnificent horse ranch and private retreat designed with the traditional California Ranch & Vaquero style. The property’s paved road takes you along rolling hills of indigenous red & white oaks & digger pines with private views. The stunning California oasis rests among vineyards & surrounding ranches, while just minutes away from Creston & only a short drive to San Luis Obispo & Paso Robles. Situated on 50± acres, the ranch is surrounded by abundant wild life, native California vegetation, a private lake, and an additional shared lake. This unique property is Ranch living at its finest, boasting a single-level 2 bed, 2 bath main residence with gourmet kitchen, ranch room, living room, owner en suite, oak hardwood floors, wood-burning fireplaces, vaulted ceilings, & limestone courtyard with luxurious pool & spa perfect for refreshing after a morning workout. The heart of the home is the expansive ranch room designed for entertainment where you can enjoy private, panoramic views from all sides. From western trails and arena flats to 3-day event cross-country, this Ranch was created to include western show, hunter jumpers, dressage & polo in mind. The 4-stall pole barn is a hand-built Tongue and Groove Spruce Pine traditional California design with an additional matching foaling barn, tack room, arena & round pen. This equestrian home & ranch is suited for your cross country dream, providing the ambiance of a horse ranch as well as inspiration for an artist or musician while also offering potential for an additional home. Enjoy the solace of living on this private retreat and entertainer’s delight while being within close proximity to the amenities of surrounding central coast towns. Don’t miss the opportunities awaiting you with this great, rare find!
$1,975,000  •  19 acres
Very private estate of 19 acres in Lyons. 5,414 sq ft stucco home under a concrete tile roof. 4-car, 1,272 sq ft detached garage, workshop of 992 sq ft with overhead doors, and a barn of 912 sq ft. 8.5kW grid-tied solar array and a well make for cost-effective living. Property is gated and served by a long concrete driveway lined with trees. Irrigation is from the Smead ditch—a senior right providing bountiful water late into the season. Established landscaping watered from an attractive pond.
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$1,850,000  •  2 acres
Nearly 2 Acres on the Phoenix Mountain Preserve. Rare Find in the Phoenix area. Located at the end of a dead-end street with fantastic views year-round. Don't miss this one! Your home has a Mountain Preserve feeder trail right out the back gate. This trail gets no traffic and with a short hike, it connects to Trail 100. This means no public accessing the trail next to your home and you can hike, bike or ride your favorite trail horse for miles in the pristine desert.
$3,200,000  •  0 acres
This is potentially a legacy property with world-class views and the privacy you dream of. The property is in need of your touches but it will satisfy the most discerning needs. Three main living areas offer end-user flexibility. Five garages in two sections! To develop the property now would cost double the asking price, before permitting headaches. District water supply and a registered well. Views are truly spectacular, and the property abuts open space through which elk and deer commute.