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$68,000,000  •  50,500 acres
$72,000,000
The iconic N3 Cattle Company is on the market for the first time in 85 years. This beautiful and expansive California property spans 50,500 acres through four counties, making it the largest land offering in the State of California. Located just south of Livermore, and east of Oakland and San Jose, it is easily accessed from San Francisco, the Peninsula and the East Bay. The Ranch is completely private and uniquely preserved, healthy and wild as it has been for hundreds of years. It is a vital and rare haven of original California landscape and wildlife. The property encompasses 80 square miles of diverse terrains, flora, fauna, and important watersheds and creeks. N3 has been a working cattle ranch for 85 years and offers a rare look at a way of life quickly disappearing. Sprinkled with a dozen rustic cabins, the ranch also hosts one of the most famous, sustainable hunting operations in the state. Its owners are fourth-generation ranchers and are respected members of the ranching community. The ranch is enrolled in the Williamson Act and has no conservation easements.
$3,900,000  •  16,175 acres
Open Lock Ranch for the price is an exceptional cattle, sheep and hay operation, ideally located in northern Wyoming. With public lands and private grazing, water resources and water rights, operations of this quality are hard to find. The ranch is secluded and private, yet accessible by county road and close to amenities in Cody, Worland and Thermopolis. The location, scenery, wildlife, and ranch operation all combine to offer a ranching lifestyle, not available in other parts of the country.
$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.
$9,000,000  •  5,727 acres
Originally established as a Cattle Ranch in 1884, Piceance Creek Ranch is a productive cattle operation as well as a premier hunting ranch consisting of 5727 +/- deeded acres along with a BLM grazing allotment and private grazing/hunting lease. The ranch encompasses over 20,000 contiguous acres. Owner rated at 350-400 cows year round while maintaining good wildlife wildlife habitat. Deeded water rights irrigate approximately 224 acres of hay meadows. Piceance creek runs through the ranch for over 4 miles along with numerous ponds, springs and wells. Elevation varies from 6600 ft 8500 ft making this ranch a Sportsman's Paradise as well as a high quality cattle ranch. Improvement's include a 3131 sq/ft log Main house, newly added on to tenant house, guest cabin, two shop's, corrals, and numerous outbuildings typical of a working ranch. There is a cow camp/hunting lodge on the south end of the ranch aprox 10 miles from the headquarters. Carrying capacity of the ranch is owner rated at 350-400 cows year round while still maintaining quality wildlife habitat. The location of the ranch is 30 miles NW of Rifle, Co. and 35 miles SW of Meeker, Co. Located in both Rio Blanco and Garfield counties. GMU 22
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$16,250,000  •  4,797.21 acres
$19,900,000
Winding River Ranch is located less than 30 miles from Buena Vista, Buena Vista Central Colorado Regional Airport and 10 minutes by paved State Highway 285 south of Fairplay. It encompasses a highly diverse block of 6,397± acres (4,797± deeded) that lies at 9,300 feet just below the continental divide which includes some of Colorado’s famous 14,000-foot peaks. The lower reaches of the ranch include a rich wetland complex that supports nearly five miles of world-class private fishing on the highly regarded South Fork of the South Platte River. The upper reaches of the ranch include steeper, timbered terrain that offers private trophy quality elk and deer hunting – with rare hunting tags. There is enough land to support modest hay production, summer grazing for livestock and horses and three irrigated food plots, although fish and wildlife are the crop of choice for the current owners. The ranch has an extensive common boundary with the Pike National Forest and boasts dramatic postcard-quality views of Pike’s Peak to the south and Teller and Hoosier Ridges along the continental divide to the north. To further “ice this cake” it is a short 45-minute drive to Breckenridge Ski Resort and only a 90-minute drive to Denver/DIA. The turnkey improvements are comfortable, useful, appropriate but not over the top in any way. In summary, Winding River Ranch pretty much has it all: scale (over 6,000 acres), great fishing, quality hunting, terrific scenery, good privacy plus easy access to major international air service, to an attractive small town and to a destination ski resort. The Facts: ~ 29 miles to Buena Vista ~ 10 minutes south of Fairplay and 45 minutes from Breckenridge, Colorado ~ 90 minutes from Denver and two hours from DIA ~ Eastern boundary is Highway 285 ~ 30 minutes to Buena Vista Central Colorado Regional Airport offering 8,300 x 75-foot asphalt landing strip ~ 4,797± deeded acres ~ 3,251± acres under conservation easement(s) held by The Nature Conservancy ~ BLM lease for 354.6± acres of lease ~ State land lease for recreational and agricultural purposes totaling 1,246± acres ~ Approximately five miles of both banks of the South Fork of the South Platte River – rainbows and browns ~ Four lakes stocked with Snake River cutthroat, Donaldson steelhead, Kamloop rainbow and German brown ~ Extensive water rights including reservoir, ditch, spring, and groundwater well rights ~ Two tributary creeks, Rough and Tumbling, feed the main stem ~ Multiple residences including manager’s home, bunkhouse and four cabins ~ Adjacent to Pike National Forest, BLM and State Land ~ Highly diverse habitat featuring irrigated meadows, riparian, wetlands, timbered mountains and open prairies. ~ Wildlife includes abundant elk, deer, bear, antelope, and numerous small game species, while also participating in Colorado’s Landowner Preference Program (LPP) ~ Three irrigated food plots planted in oats ~ 300 days of sunshine with an average of 15± inches of annual precipitation ~ 9,300± foot elevation​​​
$16,500,000  •  3,475 acres
Combining over 1.5 miles of prime Yampa River with diverse mountainous land, this unique 3,745± deeded acre ranch stands out for its big river trout fishing and big game hunting. Located below the confluence of the Elk and Yampa Rivers near Steamboat Springs, the stretch of river on the property is wide and features an abundance of quality fishable water. Prolific aquatic bug and baitfish populations produce hefty browns, rainbows and the occasional northern pike. The fish on this ranch are wild, colorful and surprisingly large. Most big river trout properties are, by nature, situated in broad downstream valleys, and therefore lack the topographic variety and vegetation of ideal big game habitat. Ghost Ranch is rare in that it also encompasses mountainous land adjacent to the river, with 1,700± feet of elevation change spread over multiple drainages. Diverse vegetation consisting of riparian, grass, sage, mountain oaks, aspen groves and dark timber results in extraordinary habitat for resident and migratory populations of elk, mule deer and black bear. An autumn evening on the Ghost Ranch realistically includes landing a 6-pound kype-jawed brown trout then glassing a bugling 6 x 6 bull elk from the river bank. The ranch features paved road access with a private bridge over the river and a convenient location less than 20 minutes from downtown Steamboat Springs and 10 minutes from the regional airport in Hayden. Modest improvements consist of a caretaker’s house and large shop/hunting lodge. There are a number of excellent potential homesites overlooking the river valley and, without a conservation easement, no restrictions on future uses. The Facts: ~ 3,745± acre cast-and-blast property in a great location ~ Excellent brown, rainbow and pike fishing on the Yampa River ~ River bottom is complemented by north-facing hills with grass, brush, oaks, aspen and dark timber ~ Result is abundant wildlife habitat with great elk, deer and black bear hunting ~ Located between Steamboat and the regional airport, with easy access to either ~ Modest improvements, potential homesites and no conservation easement give flexibility to next owner ***FOR HIGH RESOLUTION PHOTO GALLERY, ADDITIONAL INFORMATION AND A VARIETY OF PROPERTY MAPS VISIT HALL AND HALL PROPERTY WEBSITE ***
$5,900,000  •  3,255 acres
Cow camp with 3255 deeded acres with 341.6 adjudicated water rights. Lost Creek, Deep Creek, Cherry Creek.
$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.
$4,775,000  •  2,175 acres
This incredible Colorado ranch is a combination of beauty, accessibility, and history, making it one of the finest ranch properties available. Having been in the family for three generations, still used for cattle and sheep ranching, the land has been well cared for over the years. It has a plentiful supply of lush grassy meadows, native trout filled streams, springs and ponds scattered throughout the dense stands of Ponderosa, Aspen, Blue Spruce, and Oak. The northern end of the ranch begins at an elevation of 7,940 feet and is a combination of Oak, large grassed meadows, Ponderosa Pine and Juniper. The midsection of the ranch is a combination of meadows, ridges, and draws with healthy stands of Ponderosa Pine and cliff-lined benches. Moving to the south, the property gradually gains elevation to over 9,100 feet. Large Blue Spruce and Douglas Fir trees intermix with the virgin Aspen groves and high alpine meadows. This is truly an amazing piece of Colorado beauty for sale you won’t want to miss out on!
$1,469,065  •  1,050 acres
The Bear Springs Coulee Ranch is located is 25 miles northeast of Denton.  Access is by 9 miles paved road and then 16 miles county gravel. Bear Springs Bench is an area roughly 16,000 acres between the Judith River and Wolf Creek. The gain in elevation from Wolf Creek to Bear Springs Bench is over 700 feet. The Bench has some of the richest soils in the state. The ranch has been owned by the same family since the 1950’s.  Owners have leased the Ranch to the Knox Family who are noted operators in the Denton Area producing some of the finest wheat and barley crops around and treating the land for decades as if it were their own.  The pastures are utilized sparingly in the late summer/early fall months.
$6,500,000  •  1,000 acres
The Salt River Narrows Ranch is a classic recreational ranch, with a full host of features, located just over 60 miles south of Jackson Hole. The 1,000± acre ranch controls over a mile of the Salt River, a highly regarded trout fishery, and has two warm springs that support waterfowl throughout the year. It lies in two main parcels, 2.5 road miles apart, both with paved road access. The southern 240± acres features a 2,850 square foot six bedroom, six bathroom lodge sitting atop the landmark Shoshone Ridge. The lodge overlooks the Salt River and has sweeping views of the Salt River and Caribou Mountain Ranges. A highway divides the northern 760± acres, with the western 370± acres offering irrigated hay meadows, Salt River access, and a rich riparian corridor along the river. The eastern 390± acres is primarily uplands, rising over 500 vertical feet to a timbered ridge. Together the parcels make up a balanced small recreational ranch within an hour of Jackson. Co-listed with Ken Dunn of Sage Realty Group. The Facts: ~ Location – Eight miles north of Afton and 61 miles south of Jackson Hole. ~ Acreage – 1,000± deeded acres. ~ Acreage Breakdown – 180± irrigated, 110± sub-irrigated, 710± native range. ~ Taxes - $4,958 per year estimated based upon past history. ~ Water resources – Extensive including good irrigation rights for 180± acres, two significant spring creeks, one developed spring, and the Salt River for a total of four miles of trophy trout water and waterfowl habitat. ~ Improvements – 2,850 square foot six-bedroom home, corrals, equipment storage shed. ~ Operation – Balanced 80 to 90 cow operating ranch with excellent grazing and hay production – all leased to a local rancher. ~ Recreational attributes – Combination of river, spring creeks, and riparian corridor make for excellent fishing, birding, boating, and waterfowling. Moose, elk and, deer are present, and hiking, riding, four wheeling, and snowmobiling are all excellent. ~ Summary – Outstanding small recreational ranch an hour from Jackson.
$7,500,000  •  890 acres
Highlighted by over 2.1 miles of both sides of the Yampa River only 20 minutes from Steamboat Springs, the Stetson Ranch combines outstanding trout fishing, abundant wildlife and productive agriculture in a scenic and accessible location. Stewarded by the Stetson family for the last 75 years, this historic working ranch is nestled in the bucolic upper Yampa River valley between Green Ridge and Thorpe Mountain. This picturesque setting is also surprisingly convenient, less than 20 minutes from ski resort amenities in Steamboat, five minutes from the town of Oak Creek, and 45 minutes from the commercial airport. The ranch is located on paved County Road 14, just two miles from Highway 131, which connects Steamboat and the Vail Valley. With 890± deeded acres, plus 325± acres of adjacent BLM grazing lease, the Stetson Ranch runs on a total of 1,215± acres. For all its beauty and accessibility, what truly makes the Stetson Ranch stand out is the 2.16± miles of Yampa River meandering through the heart of it. A medium-gradient meadow stream averaging 25 to 50 feet in width, the river has a with cobble streambed with countless productive riffles and corner pools that are loaded with trout and a joy to fish. Of significance is the fact that the ranch owns both sides of the river - not only is the fishing totally private, but this makes it possible to cross over and fish every pool from either side. Two tributary streams, Raspberry Creek and Jack Creek, flow through the ranch as well. One mile downstream of the ranch, 820± acre Stagecoach Reservoir offers excellent lake fishing for trout and pike. The ranch’s water rights for 11.237± cfs date back to the 1890s and are used to irrigate 97± acres of hay meadows along the river. Historically run as a year-round cow/calf operation, the ranch is also well suited for seasonal grazing and hay production. Abundant wildlife thrives along the lush river corridor, and up the property’s slopes rising roughly 500 feet in elevation on either side of the valley. Big game including elk and deer, as well as raptors and waterfowl, thrive in the habitats of grass, sage, willows, oaks and aspens. The adjacent BLM lease land gives the ranch access to even more mountain land for hunting, with additional conifer and aspen forest habitats. Functional improvements include a ranch house, shop, horse barn, historic cow milking barn, hay storage and working facilities. There are numerous future building sites featuring magnificent panoramas overlooking the river valley and surrounding mountains. The views of the Flat Tops Mountains to the southwest are especially spectacular. For the money, it is rare to find a ranch with this much private river, that is as convenient to a world-class ski town, and has the added agricultural, wildlife and scenery attractions found on the Stetson Ranch.
$10,750,000  •  760 acres
With a fishery that is matched only by its scenic setting, Hidden Lake Ranch is a 760± deeded acre offering located 23 miles northwest of Pagosa Springs, Colorado. This powerhouse of a property is home to exceptional fly fishing on a private stretch of nearly three miles of fully-enhanced Weminuche Creek and six alpine lakes up to eight acres in size – each of which has been professionally stocked. The setting here, in the Upper Piedra River Basin, is defined by bodies of water and a meandering trout stream flowing through a verdant and diverse landscape capped by big views of the San Juan Mountain Range. From the meadows lining the banks of Weminuche Creek to the lakes and timbered slopes bordering the San Juan National Forest, one will find the ranch both beautiful and productive. In addition to its fishery, it should be noted that the ranch is well-suited for a number of additional recreational activities including big game hunting, horseback riding, hiking and mountain biking. The ranch’s proximity to Pagosa Springs, Durango, and the Wolf Creek Ski Area also ensure that ownership will enjoy limitless year-round recreational opportunities. With no conservation easement in place, the property is open to a wide variety of future uses.
$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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$2,975,000  •  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!
$3,650,000  •  378 acres
WATER, WATER, and more WATER! 378+ acres with the most desirable features Colorado ranch Buyers and Trophy Elk are looking for just 24 miles from Pagosa Springs: Fabulous Elk Hunting with 2018 an absolutely sensationally successful season, with numerous Trophy Bull Elk taken on the ranch, over a mile along the Navajo River, three large, river-fed ponds, old, high priority water rights- over 13 CFS, approximately 123 acres irrigated fields, breathtaking view of Navajo Peaks, Banded Peak and Chama Peak and the tall mesas surrounding the valley. Chromo Valley Ranch includes a 2,452 square foot Lindal Cedar Home, an historic 1,332 square foot Adobe Cabin, 3-stall barn with tack room, ranch shop, steel storage building, greenhouse and other improvements. The property includes exceptional cover, feed and water, providing outstanding habitat for the Rocky Mountain Elk, Trophy Mule Deer, Turkey, Black Bear and waterfowl on the ranch. Northeast 160-acre portion of the property borders BLM and the San Juan National Forest. This quarter section includes a pond, irrigation ditches and food plots that draw Trophy Elk and Mule Deer into the ranch from adjacent lands. - just north of the New Mexico Game Unit 4 near Banded Peak Ranch and the Jicarilla Reservation Lands to the west. Whether you enjoy viewing the wildlife or hunting and trout fishing, Chromo Valley Ranch offers a rare combination of features that make this property an absolute gem. Chromo Valley Ranch is not encumbered with a Conservation Easement, giving the Buyer a variety of estate and tax planning options for the future. Experienced, Expert Ranch and Game Management available on-site. 24 miles south of Historic Downtown Pagosa Springs, Colorado, where you can enjoy a soak in the largest hot springs in North America – the Pagosa Hot Springs. Or take in one of the mountain restaurants or local brewpubs or go upscale at Alley House Grill. Another 8 minutes from downtown, you’ll find City Market Shopping Center, Walmart, Pagosa Mountain Hospital, Pagosa Brewing Company and Pagosa Springs Golf Course. Head south and you will find Sante Fe New Mexico just 2 hours south. Private jet service to Stevens Field in Pagosa Springs, commercial service available in nearby Durango or Albuquerque, New Mexico. Flyfishing, hunting, hiking, mountain biking, skiing, 2.5 million acres of San Juan National Forest – you name, we got it! This ranch is shown to pre-qualified Buyers by private tour only so plan accordingly.
$3,495,000  •  378 acres
Imagine…Chromo Valley Ranch. The Navajo River winds through these beautiful 378 acres nestled at the base of the Continental Divide in the Chromo River Valley near Pagosa Springs, Colorado. Here, private trophy fishing and hunting, river-fed ponds, senior water rights and awe-inspiring mountain, valley and river views come together in one rare offering. THE IMPROVEMENTS: A 2,452 SF ranch home stands sentinel over this true western ranch, complete with an 2 bedroom Adobe Cabin, a Barn with tack room, a shop, greenhouse and other outbuildings. THE WATER: Over 4000' of the Navajo River runs along the property, which is supported by 9 CFS senior water rights, and also offers 3 large Ponds. Approximately 9 CFS of Senior Water rights support over 123 acres of irrigated pasture. THE WILDLIFE: This extraordinary habitat is home to Trophy Elk and Mule Deer, Turkey, Black Bear and Water Fowl. THE RECREATION: Bordered by National Forest and BLM land, Chromo Valley Ranch offers an unlimited year-round recreational playground. And not far from the Ranch? The famous Pagosa Hot Springs, Wolf Creek Ski Area and all the amenities Pagosa Springs has to offer. THE LOCATION: To the North, nearby Pagosa Springs, offers private air service, medical facilities, shopping and amenities. 30 Miles to the South lies the historic town of Chama, New Mexico and just 2 hours away is Santa Fe. Chromo Valley Ranch…an authentic and rare western lifestyle offering along the pristine, untouched banks of the Navajo River. Welcome home.
$1,200,000  •  346 acres
The Ranch on the Blacks Fork River is located in Uinta County, Wyoming approximately 14 miles southwest of Mountain View. Bordered by thousands of acres of BLM, the subject property is comprised of 346.4 deeded acres with approximately 80 acres irrigated. The Blacks Fork River runs along the western edge of the property for approximately a mile. This stone bottom stream provides an excellent opportunity for the avid angler to catch rainbow and brook trout. The rugged ridge to the east, the irrigated meadow and lush river bottom provide excellent habitat for a variety of wildlife including mule deer, antelope and the occasional moose. Approximately eight miles south of the ranch, the Meeks Cabin Reservoir and Wasatch National Forest provide additional recreational opportunities for the outdoorsman. To arrange a time to view the Ranch on the Blacks Fork River contact James Land Company today at 307-326-3104.
$4,500,000  •  304 acres
Nestled on nearly 304± acres outside of Alder, MT, the Ruby River Ranch lies in the famed Ruby River Valley, known for its long shadows, scenic beauty, lush riparian corridors, and fertile fields. The ranch owns 1.5± miles of recently restored Ruby River frontage providing exceptional fishing on one of the West’s most renowned trout fisheries. Productive irrigated lands, combined with live trout water, three ponds, and quality habitat, provide the rare experience that immerses the senses, delights the mind and relaxes the body. The Facts: ~ 304± acres ~ 1.5± miles of recently restored Ruby River frontage ~ 3 ponds one of which is stocked ~ Legendary freestone fly fishing ~ Trophy whitetail and abundant waterfowl ~ No existing conservation easements on the ranch
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$3,141,500  •  302.48 acres
Here is a truly unique property that stands out in terms of multiple dwellings, quality of construction, siting, views, and recreational amenities. Comprised of 6 parcels and 302 acres in total, the ranch features a two-story lodge-style main home with 3 bedrooms and 2.5 baths on 79.7 acres overlooking a pond and with amazing views of Lassen Peak. Also included on this same parcel are a guest house (approximately 800 sq.ft., not included in the square footage of the main homes) with sleeping loft and garage, pool and pool house, 22 x 16 equipment shed, gardens, lawns and rock walls. A second two-story home, also of lodge style, has 2 bedrooms, 1 bath and garage, and sits on an adjacent parcel of 52.9 acres. Both residential parcels are bordered by Battle Creek (excellent fishing) on one side and Digger Creek (irrigation) on the other. A third parcel of 7.4 acres with paved road and Digger Creek frontage features a 56 x 48 two-story wood barn and well and septic from a former home. The fourth parcel is 143 acres of recreational land bordering Digger Creek. The fifth and sixth parcels of 16.8 and 2.5 acres, respectively, are in Tehama County, separated from the 4 Shasta County parcels by Digger Creek, and with separate access from Manton Road. PROPERTY HIGHLIGHTS: Six parcel ranch totaling 302.48 acres Located in Shasta and Tehama Counties Two homes and a detached studio apartment with sleeping loft and attached garage Located in a meadow in between Digger Creek to the south and Battle Creek to the north with expansive views of Mt. Lassen to the east Main Home Sits on a 79.7 acre parcel Two-story lodge 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath with office/library and cathedral ceilings Built in 2004, 2,922 sqft Two-story rock, wood-burning fireplace Wrap-around porch with views of private stocked, spring-fed pond with dock Screened-in porch with views of Mt. Lassen Approx. 800 sqft guest studio apartment with sleeping loft and attached garage In-ground, fenced pool with a pool house 22' x 16' storage shed Fruit trees Garden Expansive lawns Second Home Sits on a 52.9 acre parcel Two-story lodge 2 bedroom, 1 bath with cathedral ceilings and an attached 1-car garage Built in 2006, 1,166 sqft Two-story rock, wood-burning fireplace Covered front porch Expansive lawns Wishing well Wildlife on property include ducks, turkey, deer, trout and more Plenty of fishing spots on one of the best trout fishing creeks and in the stocked pond by the main home Swimming holes for the kids 2 ponds (one trout and one wood duck) Romantic rock walls Two parcels currently have a cattle lease
$7,000,000  •  301.39 acres
Bullrun Spring Creek Ranch is a 300± acre sporting property located in Gallatin Valley north of Bozeman, Montana between the communities of Belgrade and Manhattan. This is an exceptionally livable location just minutes from International air services and all the luxuries and conveniences that the area communities hold. Despite being proximal to urban communities, the north end of the valley gives way to a more rural landscape populated by working agricultural operations- both large and small. This is within the Gallatin River Watershed which creates high groundwater tables influencing a multitude of unsung spring creeks. This property hosts an array of stocked trout ponds and is highlighted by a restored reach of Bullrun Spring Creek. Trout, mainly browns, grow to enormous proportions with several recorded over the years extending beyond 25 inches. In addition to aquatic amenities, the ranch is host to large whitetail deer and volumes of waterfowl and pheasant. The lands are impeccable and intensively managed for pure sporting fun. A small owner's cabin built using stone and 130-year-old reclaimed logs is sited central to the property and supported by a guest cabin, oversized garage, barn/shop and a gear shed. High in quality, livability, and recreational amenities, Bullrun Spring Creek Ranch is simple to own and packed with entertainment possibilities just outside of one of the West’s most desirable mountain communities. The Facts: ~ 300± acres ~ Five miles west of Bozeman ~ One hour to Big Sky Resort and the Yellowstone Club ~ Three-quarter miles of the headwaters of Bullrun Spring Creek. Trout have measured upwards of 30 inches and 10 pounds. ~ Five large stocked trout ponds up to 2½± surface acres ~ Multiple food plots for deer, pheasant and waterfowl ~ Manicured trail system ~ Comfortable custom-built owner’s cabin built from dry-stacked stone and reclaimed timbers from an 1800s era cabin ~ Adjacent bunkhouse and oversized garage ~ Large barn used for storing equipment
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$1,200,000  •  287.7 acres
$1,395,000
Lovely alpine vistas, a marvelous trout stream, four-season recreation, and one of the nation’s last operating narrow gauge railroads all make the Los Pinos Ranch, a rare treasure west of Antonito in the San Juan Mountains of southern Colorado. Anglers, hunters, history buffs and solitude lovers all will appreciate the unique draw of the Rio de Los Pinos Ranch, just waiting for the construction of a very special high-country retreat. The centerpiece of this 287.7± acre ranch is the Rio de Los Pinos itself, an enchanting clearwater river, about 20 feet wide, that flows from Trujillo Meadows Reservoir about five miles to the west. On the ranch, it traverses for almost 3/4 of a mile in a series of lovely riffles and oxbow bends through natural grasslands. The river is a productive aquatic insect factory, with strong populations of mayfly, caddisfly and stonefly nymphs, which in turn, feed its wild trout population. Once the native range of Rio Grande Cutthroat trout (some of which populate nearby tributaries) this section of the Los Pinos now supports brown and rainbow trout that run in the 10- 12-inch range, with some reaching 16 inches or so in the deeper pools at the oxbow bends. Best of all, these fish love to take a fly, and the river offers brush-free, dry fly fishing at its finest in the summer months. Beginning flyfishers will find this water perfect for learning the sport, while veteran anglers will enjoy a season’s worth of challenges as well. Located at approximately 9,800 feet, the Rio de Los Pinos Ranch is a crisp-air retreat throughout the summer months, particularly attractive to wildlife lovers and photographers. Pines, spruce and aspen populate the eastern half of the property, and the river with its meadows the western half. In the fall, the aspen blaze and create a photographer’s dream. Wildlife photographers should keep an eye out for elk, mule deer, black bear and mountain lions, which are drawn to the creek for water on a daily basis. Although this is a true mountain property, it is accessible twelve months of the year via Colorado State Highway 17, a year-round paved road over Cumbres and La Manga Passes. Snowmobiling on the property and nearby is accessible, as this section of the San Juans generally receives a heavy snowpack. Downhill skiers will find world-class skiing at Taos, New Mexico, or Wolf Creek in Colorado, each less than two hours distant. The Rio de Los Pinos Ranch also boasts part of the right of way of the world-famous Cumbres and Toltec Scenic Railroad that connects Antonito and Chama, New Mexico. Constructed in 1880, this steam-powered narrow gauge continues to operate in the summer months, carrying tourists through some of the most spectacular terrain in the Rockies. On the ranch itself and nearby, the photo opportunities of this steam-powered train are almost endless. The Rio de Los Pinos Ranch is in the heart of a wealth of recreation on the Rio Grande National Forest, including lake fishing at Trujillo Meadows Reservoir, big river fishing only a few miles away on the Conejos River, and hiking and horseback riding on a vast network of trails in the South San Juan Wilderness. For the culturally minded, the tourist and arts communities of Chama, New Mexico and Antonito, Colorado, are only a short drive away via paved highway. M4 Ranch Group is excited about live water properties that contain productive streams like the Los Pinos. Add in many other year-round recreational opportunities, year-round access, and a one-of-a-kind narrow-gauge railroad, and we think that Rio de Los Pinos Ranch is about as a perfect a site for an off-grid mountain retreat as can be found. This is a fabulous, out-of-the-way section of Colorado that may be just what your soul needs. Visit here once, and we believe that you’ll be charmed for life by this incomparably beautiful slice of the San Juan Mountains.
$2,200,000  •  235 acres
Borders public lands and creek frontage. 235 deeded acres, pasture, dry grazing and a comfortable 2 bedroom home with guest house. Conservation easement in place so no irrigation from river, however, the creeks provide irrigation. The pasture is sub-irrigated and presently used for cattle grazing. Incredible, quiet location with unending views! Adjacent 104 acres w/ house is also available.
$999,000  •  226.8 acres
“Symphony of peace is the murmuring sound of a river! And with the shimmering water I feel my limbs’ ecstatic quiver” ― Munia Khan An extensive 2001 renovation of the original house completes a blend that is period in feel with a modern aesthetic,where it matters. With a seamless flow from country elegance to “WOW!", hardwood floors and travertine entries welcome those who enter and lay ground for tailored high end finishes throughout the home. Featuring a beautifully crafted deluxe kitchen hosting a viking range with double oven and custom crafted hood and pot rack over the wood island, formal dining room with glass door walk out, living room with original brick wood burning fireplace, and sunbathed glassed in room. The second story dons an ensuite master, 3 additional bedrooms as well as 3 full baths. With an appealing combination of fields and woods, a long river frontage and spring fed pond, this large 226 acre property makes the perfect retreat or equestrian home while an on site two bedroom 1000 sqft cottage hosts guests in comfort and privacy. An outstanding timber framed barn offers a multitude of uses...think horses or epic work area!