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$16,800,000  •  5,498 acres
Consisting of 35 Highly productive quarters spread over 23 miles. There are 5498 acres of deep fertile soils that provide the foundation for excellent level dryland crops. The entire operation is managed from an impressive headquarters in western Nebraska.
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$3,154,280  •  2,764.43 acres
This is your chance to own the popular Wishbone Hunting Ranch, where countless big game hunters have walked away with a trophy buck elk or bison over the years. The ranch perimeter is surrounded by 8-foot-high game fencing, allowing the owner to keep animals inside and offer canned hunts, with no hunting license required by clients. The new owner could also raise exotic animals or graze cattle on this land. An opportunity with this many avenues of making a profit doesn’t come around every day.
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$3,575,000  •  1,835 acres
$5,000,000
The peace and beauty of The Double D ranch is unsurpassed. The ranch is surrounded by a 360 degree view of the Sangre De Cristo Range, at the foot of the Southern Rocky Mountains. The Spiritual Nature of the Taos Mountains and the Ancient Taos Pueblo, situated in the Historic Taos Valley below, enhance the quality of life on the ranch in this magical location. The Double D Ranch will make a fabulous extended family gathering place, a single family working ranch, a Western Life Style Guest Ranch, a fully functional Horse Training Facility, a perfect Hunting Lodge for groups, with tags available, a unique Western B and B with 3 separate homes and 12 bedrooms, available for families. It would make a peaceful Recovery Center for members of groups that promote ranch life styles, to help those of all ages with PTSD, and Animal Care Therapy for disabled people. The Ranch would be a perfect Wildlife Conservation Center since the ranch is a natural habitat for an array of Wildlife including herds of Elk, Rocky Mountain Big Horn Sheep, Mule Deer, and other indigenous animals...and the The Double D Ranch adjoins the Rio Grande Del Norte National Monument Lands at the back corner of the property, near road leading down into to the Rio Grande, The Black Water Hots Springs, and the John Dunn Bridge. For investors interested in future development, this Ranch can also be subdivided, to create a unique Western enclave of "Cerros de Taos" Ranchos.
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$2,149,000  •  1,759.15 acres
This is your chance to own the southern parcel of the popular Wishbone Hunting Ranch, where countless big game hunters have walked away with a trophy buck elk or bison over the years. Located just 15 minutes south of Edgemont, SD, the Wishbone Ranch (South Parcel) offers you a headquarters with a 4-bedroom home, log-style bunk house, small lodge, meat processing building, and more. Featuring live water, hardy native grasses, and natural winter cover for livestock, this property will support cattle, elk, or bison in a beautiful area of South Dakota. Offered with a companion listing (Wishbone Ranch, North Parcel) for use as a hunting preserve.
$439,855  •  1,313 acres
North Cedar Creek Ranch fronts on the south side of US Highway 90 for 1.2 miles just 8 miles east of Dryden, Texas between Del Rio and Alpine. With high rolling limestone hills overlooking diverse habitat along the creek bottoms, North Cedar Creek Ranch abounds with hunting and recreation.
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$4,850,000  •  1,276 acres
$5,000,000
Spectacular high fenced, gamed managed ranch in the gentel rolling hills of NW Real County. Fly in using your own private paved airstrip or it's an easy drive from almost anwwhere in the state. Turn-key property with high end improvements. Regulary produces WT bucks over 200 in.
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$1,005,280  •  1,005.28 acres
This is your chance to own the northern parcel of the popular Wishbone Hunting Ranch, where countless big game hunters have walked away with a trophy buck elk or bison over the years. Located just 15 minutes south of Edgemont, SD, the Wishbone Ranch (North Parcel) offers you an excellent habitat for grazing in a beautiful area of South Dakota. Featuring live water, hardy native grasses, and natural winter cover for livestock, this property will support cattle, elk, or bison. Offered with a companion listing (Wishbone Ranch, South Parcel) for use as a hunting preserve.
$3,776,000  •  639 acres
Description: Pooles Creek Ranch is situated in central Madison County just north of Madisonville, TX. The ranch is set up for a combination of cattle ranching, hunting, and recreational uses and is also suitable as an investment property. The property is comprised of approximately 70 percent pasture and 30 percent wooded with an excellent mix of mature hardwoods, younger brush and tree studded pastures. The productive sandy loam pastures are predominately Bahia and common Bermuda, and provide excellent grazing for livestock. The meadows are spaced and surrounded to maximize serenity and edge habitat over much of the ranch. One 92± acre pasture is typically cultivated and grazed for winter annuals such as wheat or ryegrass. The perimeter and cross fencing of the ranch is in good condition, with sections constructed in the last few years. Elevations range from a high of 326 feet near the front gate and gently falls to a low of 276 feet in the Pooles Creek bottom where it exits the property in the southeast corner. The relatively shallow upland channel of Pooles Creek meanders through the property for approximately one mile. Pooles Creek appears to have intermittent springs charging it during wetter periods throughout the year and is a haven for wildlife. The ranch enjoys frontage on the Interstate 45 feeder road between the Highway 21 and Highway 75 exits, both offering easy access to north and south bound traffic. The frontage is serviced by a two-way traffic road and there is a small amount of frontage on the northern end along FM 3091. Road noise is surprisingly absent once into the interior of the property, offering the combined benefit of location and privacy. The ranch is centrally located approximately 85 miles north of The Hardy Toll Road in north Houston, or 132 miles south of Dallas at I-20. The only Buccee’s on Interstate 45 is in Madisonville at the Highway 21 exit. The nearby Madison County Airport offers Jet-A fuel availability and 3,200 feet of runway. Pooles Creek Ranch is an easy to enjoy ranch property in the path of progress. The location assures stability of your investment, but the ranch is private and easy to enjoy with family, friends, and a nice set of cows. The Facts: ~ 640± acres more or less. ~ Located just 2.5 miles north of Madisonville, Texas ~ Scattered upland pastures ~ Woodland areas and corridors along Pooles Creek ~ Approximately one mile of frontage along I-45 service road (two-way) ~ Approximately 450’ frontage along FM 3091 (Concord Road) ~Pooles Creek traverses the ranch for approximately one mile ~ Elevations range from 326 feet to 270 feet above median sea level ~ Fenced and cross fenced ~ Six ponds ~ Several beautiful potential homesites
$3,750,000  •  358 acres
Description: The Prairie Dog Creek Ranch lies about 13 miles south of Sheridan along the banks of its namesake creek. The 358± acres (238± deeded) offers a complete livestock operation, with a practical and comfortable headquarters complex and a nice balance of irrigated grass hay meadows and well sodded native pasture. The highest elevations of the ranch are on the south end topped with rocky outcroppings and grass plateaus that slope down to Prairie Dog Creek across brush filled draws and over lush irrigated hay fields. Anchoring the operation is a newly constructed owners’ residence that is extremely comfortable and perfectly suited for the ranch. Additionally, the property offers a large insulated equipment shop, an indoor arena, a livestock barn, and multiple sheds. The ranch is well suited for equine activities as there are seven sizable grass paddocks with water and four of them contain loafing sheds for protection from the elements. In summary, the Prairie Dog Creek Ranch represents a complete fully-improved small ranch within a short, paved drive of one of Wyoming’s most sought after small cities. The Facts: ~Location: 13 miles south of Sheridan. ~Acreage: 358± total acres, 238± deeded ~Irrigation: 70± irrigated acres ~Improvements: Beautifully built new ranch home, excellent shop, and outbuildings plus 112’ by 225’ indoor arena with roping chutes and pens. ~Aesthetic Features: Very private with expansive Big Horn Mountain views ~Conservation Easements: Unencumbered by conservation easement ~Operation: Currently a purebred Red Angus operation with huge potential for use as an equestrian property. ~Summary: An idyllic small operating ranch minutes from Sheridan.
$1,057,000  •  302 acres
TEXAS HUNTING RANCH. 100% HARDWOODS.302 +/- Acre East Texas Hunting Ranch. Native Hardwoods.Price: $3,500 per acreTerms: CashLocation: Morris County, TX east of Mt. Pleasant, TX. Easy drive from Dallas metroplex or Texarkana. Just off Interstate 30.Comments: Nice hunting ranch with 100% native hardwoods. Property joins 25,000 acre White Oak Creek Wildlife Management Area.Improvements: Electricity is available on property.Water: Water well and pond.Terrain: 100% native hardwoods.Fences: Barbed wire fence.Game: Deer, turkeys, and hogs.When buying property, offered by Southwest Ranch & Farm Sales, the buyer’s agent, if applicable, must be identified on first contact and must be present at initial showing of the property in order to participate in real estate commission. If this condition is not met, fee participation, if any, will be at sole discretion of Southwest Ranch & Farm Sales.
$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!
$749,000  •  200 acres
Beautiful log home on 200 acres of rolling grassland with spectacular panoramic views of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains and the City of Las Vegas sprawled below. Vaulted ceilings, wall of windows, lovely tile throughout, wood carved column, skylights, solid wood doors and open floor plan bring elegance to the spacious living room with stone fireplace, dining room, gourmet kitchen with lovely hickory cabinets and brand-new appliances, huge pantry, large sun room and office. Great for entertaining. Two guest bedrooms, two and- a-half baths, spacious master suite with jetted tub, separate shower and walk-in closet provide serene comfort. Oversized two-bay attached garage has plenty of room for even a studio space. Covered and open patios perfect to enjoy the views. There is comfort for the horses in the fully equipped 16-stall barn with plenty of feed storage and half-bath, and of course the divided pastures. This horse ranch is conveniently located just 3.5 miles east of town, with easy access to I-25. Additional acreage is also available.
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$2,195,000  •  165.4 acres
$2,495,000
Completely surrounded by National Forest land and bordered by wilderness on one side, the Oleo Ranch near Lake City, Colorado is a mountain resort without peers. Fully operational as an off-grid property with a main ranch house, bunkhouse, and seven roomy rentable cabins, Oleo Ranch has a fabulous reputation among guests, many of whom return year after year. Located squarely in the heart of some of the best hunting and fishing in Colorado, the Oleo Ranch is well-positioned to maintain its coveted reputation for customer satisfaction for generations to come. Situated at 10,500 feet between Slumgullion and Spring Creek Passes, Oleo Ranch occupies 165.4± acres of mountain meadows, aspen groves, spruce forest and riparian lands bordering Cebolla Creek. The creek itself is one of the ranch’s finest natural assets, as it offers 1.5 miles of excellent small stream fishing for wild brook and brown trout that grow up to 16 inches, with many in the 10- to 13-inch class. Cebolla Creek boasts excellent water quality and a huge aquatic insect base that keeps its trout fat and happy. Both beginning and experienced fly fishers will find much to love about Cebolla Creek. In addition, 5 small ponds have been developed along the creek that can support larger trout, some of which reach trophy proportions. Oleo Ranch is also a natural corridor for enough trophy big game to excite even the most jaded of hunters. With the abundant water on the ranch, the property is a magnet for elk, mule deer and moose. Rare indeed is the day when one or all of these species is not seen on the ranch. Oleo Ranch is located within Unit 66 and very near Unit 76, both of which are limited draw units renowned for trophy elk. A very limited season is available for moose in these units, but the moose population is thriving, and hunting opportunities are certain to increase in coming years. Accommodations on the ranch have been designed to maximize the wilderness setting and experience. Eight log cabins are scattered throughout the property, and range from 800 to 1,200 square feet, and can accommodate from 4 to 12 guests each. Electricity does not exist on the ranch, but all lighting, heating, and refrigeration are propane-powered. This makes Oleo Ranch a perfect place to literally and figuratively unplug, a feature it uses to the best advantage for those seeking a retreat from the stress of civilization. Recreational opportunities surrounding the ranch are legion. Wildlife photography and fishing on the ranch can occupy full days by themselves, but with National Forest in every direction, the possibilities multiply exponentially. Fabulous public fishing is available just a short drive to the south on the Rio Grande, and to the north, on the Lake Fork of the Gunnison River. OHV riding is legendary on the Alpine Loop, about 30 minutes away, and secondary trails are available almost on the doorstep of the ranch. Hiking and horseback trails reach from the ranch directly to the neighboring La Garita Wilderness, which offers incredible solitude, mountaineering among many high Thirteeners, and one Fourteener, 14,014-foot San Luis Peak. In addition, the famed Colorado Trail and Continental Divide Trail wind just south of the ranch. Of course, fall photography when the aspen blaze is second to none, and the complete absence of light pollution makes the ranch one of the finest dark sky locations in the United States for astronomical viewing. In the winter, the ranch is located directly on a groomed snowmobile trail system that spreads over 100 miles on both sides of the Continental Divide. The charming small mountain towns of Lake City and Creede are just down Highway 149, 17 miles and 36 miles away, respectively. Both offer dining, artisans, medical centers, Victorian architecture, and rich mining history. The Creede Repertory Theatre is world-renowned, and Lake City is the hub of the Alpine Loop Scenic Byway that accesses some of the most spectacular country in the Lower 48. At M4 Ranch Group, we believe that the Oleo Ranch is a unique find. Off-grid and yet comfortable, private and yet accessible, the Oleo Ranch blends with its beautiful San Juan Mountains setting perfectly. It could further be developed into an amazing fishing and hunting resort, a family or corporate retreat, a wilderness base camp or simply be kept as it is. If you’ve forgotten the beauty of a place that simply works with its surroundings rather than against them, we’d love to introduce you to such a special place at the Oleo Ranch.
$2,650,000  •  158 acres
Located just outside the mountain town of Ridgway, Colorado is a lovely 158 acre irrigated ranch. With the backdrop of the magnificent Sneffels range, a converted 3,060 sq. ft. barn is now a modern-day home overlooking this landscape. The property has year-round paved access.
$2,345,000  •  136.95 acres
The High Kaliber Ranch truly fits its name. Beautiful, immaculate, country estate, fabulous! All these and more apply! This is a showplace ranch with great views, lakes, rolling hills, incredible barns, indoor arena. The 3533 sq.ft. home has been extensively updated and has many custom features. The main lake has an island and is stocked w/fish. There are scattered trees, excellent fences, several small ponds, extensive paved driveways, implement barns, RV storage building, horse exercise barn and so much more. Property is only minutes west of Lake Livingston and near Sam Houston National Forest, Huntsville, Conroe and The Woodlands.
$520,000  •  136 acres
Beaver Creek Acreage - Aladdin, WY 136 acres - $520,000 Amazing Black Hills setting west of Aladdin on Beaver Creek. 136 acres in the Bear Lodge Mountains fronting Highway 24 and bordering a wide expanse of Black Hills National Forest. Beaver Creek flows through the valley for over ¼ mile. Picturesque terrain with winding creek bottoms, open meadows, & wooded hills. Pine, aspen & bur oak trees along with a variety of deciduous trees and bushes make for a remarkable landscape. The combination of live water, varied terrain, and lots of feed makes for excellent wildlife habitat, with elk, deer, and turkey in the area. Telephone & electrical lines are nearby. This recreational haven has it all: a creek, convenient location with year round access, it’s adjacent to National Forest, has gorgeous scenery & owner financing is available. Located between Aladdin & Hulett. $520,000. Visit www.ArnoldRealty.com for more info or call Arnold Realty, Inc. 307-746-2083.
$2,492,505  •  134.73 acres
OVERVIEW Canyon Creek Ranch lies in the scenic, rolling terrain of central Gillespie County, 6.3 miles northwest of Fredericksburg along the west side of US-87. Lightly hunted and grazed over the past 26 years, this property exemplifies what a well-managed, diverse Texas Hill Country ranch should be. Abundant wildlife includes White-tailed deer, Axis deer, Sika deer, Rio Grande turkey, and Mourning dove. The crown jewel of this property is an unnamed creek with live flowing water and a hard, limestone bottom, running for approximately 3,160’ or 0.57 miles east-west through the southern section of the property, set in a beautiful wooded bottom. Canyon Creek Ranch is bounded on the north, west, and south by a 577-ac properly managed, conservation-oriented ranch. LOCATION & ACCESS Charming Fredericksburg (great restaurants, music venues, shopping, hospital, supplies) is an easy 10-minute drive from the property gate. Central Austin is a 1-hour, 50-minute drive via US-87 and US-290 and San Antonio is 1-hour, 30-minute drive via US-87 and I-10. The property has 4,025’ or 0.76 miles of frontage along the west line of US-87 with two (2) TxDOT permitted entrances. WATER Creeks An unnamed creek which eventually flows into Barons Creek, runs for approximately 3,160’ or 0.57 miles east-west through the southern section of the property. With live flowing water, a hard, limestone bottom, and towering cliffs along the south side, this creek offers an opportunity to impound small or large pools of water in a picturesque creek bottom setting, dotted with native Pecan, Live oak, Spanish oak, and a diverse variety of other native tree species. True live water in such close proximity to Fredericksburg makes this a very unique offering. There is also a seasonal, secondary drainage that flows north-south into the primary creek that runs for approximately 2,385’ or 0.45 miles. This drainage offers further opportunity to develop water for aesthetic beauty, wildlife, and/or livestock. Windmill Water Well There is an old water well on the property, but it has not been in service during the current ownership. There is a galvanized windmill that sits over the well head in average condition. Groundwater is strong in the area (see area well data map enclosed within this package) and it is reasonable that the well could be re-worked and brought back into production. LAND & WILDLIFE The habitat in the upper and middle portions of the property consists of an undulating Live Oak Savannah, interspersed with Blackjack Oak, Elm, Texas Persimmon, Shinnery oak, and numerous natural openings. From these areas of the ranch there are a multitude of potential homesites with tremendous views to the south and west. The topography stair-steps down to the south towards the creek with numerous Live oak covered shelves that overlook the creek bottom. With deeper soils, the open portions of these shelves are ideal spots for wildlife food plots. The gorgeous creek bottom which runs parallel the primary creek is a bowhunter’s dream, with many varieties of towering mature trees. The elevation ranges from a low of 1,930’ along the primary creek to 2,075’ at the northern end of the ranch. This conservation-minded landowner has only lightly hunted and grazed this property since purchasing it in 1993. As a result, the property hosts robust numbers of White-tailed deer, Axis deer, Sika deer, Rio Grande turkey, and Mourning dove. IMPROVEMENTS Power, Ranch Roads, & Fencing Power provided by Central Texas Electric Co-op (CTEC) extends across a portion of the property along the northern end of the tract. Access throughout the property is good and is provided by a series of typical ranch roads. The boundary along US-87 is low fenced and in good condition. The west and south boundaries are not presently fenced. There is also an old, rustic livestock shed with pens that adds to the character of the property. This area of Gillespie county has been affected by oak wilt and the landowner has pushed and piled many of the affected trees. Once burning is permitted by the county, the landowner will burn, smooth, and re-seed those areas. SUMMARY Canyon Creek Ranch is a scenic, well-managed ranch with an incredibly diverse ecosystem, an abundance of natural water, and outstanding views of the Texas Hill Country. With its natural beauty, varied topography, mix of habitat types, and nearby location relative to Fredericksburg, this property offers an authentic Hill Country land experience that anyone would enjoy.
$775,000  •  129.71 acres
Ranch with Recreational Land in Frankston TX for Sale Broadview Ranch is a working cattle ranch located 2 miles west of downtown Frankston, Texas. This unique tract has approximately 2,000 linear feet of road frontage on the expanding Highway 175. Water sources include a live water creek running through the East side of the property and a pond on the Northwest corner. Incredible views for miles on top of the property. Scattered large Oak, Pecan and Pine trees. Topography offers the feeling that the tract is much larger than 129 acres.
$2,500,000  •  103.7 acres
PROPERTY SUMMARY: Iron Rock Ranch is a 103.7 acre one of a kind rare gem located in Smith County in the heart of East Texas only 5.5 miles south of Tyler and 1.5 miles south of Loop 49 in the Whitehouse School District. The 1300 feet of FM 756 road frontage reveals beautiful rolling pastures with scattered hardwood trees providing canopy for livestock lined and divided with 5500 feet of pipe and cable fencing finished with black marine paint. There are two fishing lakes, rolling topography with over 70 feet of elevation change, the second highest elevation in Smith County creating amazing home-sites with views. The 60 acres of ancient hardwood and pine forest at the back of the property has horse and ATV riding trails throughout and plenty of wildlife habitat. HISTORY: Iron Rock Ranch gets its name from the huge iron ore boulders that were discovered years ago when the previous owner mined iron ore from the back of the property and sold it to the City of Tyler for road bed for Gentry Parkway one of the main thoroughfares in the city. Giant boulders were unearthed in the process and are stacked in two locations on the ranch creating a very interesting conversation display. Many photo shoots have been held in and around the giant stones over the years. RANCH IMPROVEMENTS: Horses rule at Iron Rock Ranch! The rock front state-of-the-art Cleary custom built barn with doors opening to south and north for year around ventilation is 45’x72’ featuring six 12’x14’ stalls with outside doors to separate paddocks. Includes equine lighting, fully insulated, feed, tack and wash rooms with 80-gallon hot water heater, central vacuum system and commercial ice maker. The reception area is central air and heat, living room area, kitchen and bathroom. Monitored security system. The shop is a matching Cleary built building, insulated with south and north rollup doors. Included is a ½ bath, built-in shelves and cabinets with plenty of storage. High capacity air compressor, commercial grade lighting and two 30-amp and one 50-amp RV hookups. Monitored security system. Separate hay barn and storage building with interior and exterior lighting. A completely remodeled 850 square foot two-bedroom one bath cabin with metal roof is on the property with monitored security system. Use for weekender or ranch hand or lease. Current owner has it leased for $975.00 per month. LAND DESCRIPTION: Enter the 103.7 acres through an outstanding rock entrance with custom automatic gate, custom landscaping and lighting, power plugs and sprinkler system. There is 1300 feet of prime road frontage on FM 756. The land is comprised of 60% hardwood and pine timber and 40% Coastal, Bahia and Rye grass pastures. The land has rolling topography with over 70 feet of elevation change creating several beautiful home-sites, amazing sunrises and sunsets are a plus. There is 5500 linear feet of pipe and cable fencing finished in black marine grade paint with four separate pastures and the entire perimeter is fenced. There are two spring fed stock lakes for fishing, livestock and wildlife. The hardwood timber and pine forest have trails cut throughout for horse back riding and ATVs. The wildlife habitat is fabulous with an abundant of Whitetail Deer and other small varmints that inhabit the woods of East Texas. The main potable water source is Walnut Grove Coop. For irrigation, drinking and supplemental water source for filling front fishing lake is a 300 feet deep Wilcox water well offering and abundant endless supply of water. There is a fully operational Chicago Aermotor Windmill next to the deep well that supplies water to rock tank that flows into fishing lake as well. HUNTING & RECREATION: Whitetail Deer, Hogs, Squirrels and other small varmints. Two fishing lakes, horseback and ATV trails throughout the timberland. INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY: Iron Rock Ranch has hosted weddings, photo shoots, private parties and corporate events. The ranch is stunning in all season of the year. The property offers future development opportunity. Just 5.5 miles south of Loop 323 in Tyler, Texas and 1.5 miles south of Loop 49 that goes all the way to Interstate 20 and beyond. Find Your Freedom in East Texas!
$460,000  •  100 acres
Prime South Texas Homestead in the Heart of Muy Grande Country. LOCATION: Approximately 12 miles north of Freer on US Hwy 59N Approximately ¾ mile of highway frontage. Partially high fenced on one end of property – balance low fenced. IMPROVEMENTS: House Approximately 1200 sq feet Slab foundation 3 bedroom – 1 bath Central Air/Heat 3 ton AC 15 KW heat 200 Amp Service Upgraded Kitchen Sink Vent Hood Stove top Oven/Microwave Stainless Refrigerator Carpet in all bedrooms – tile in all other living areas Security shutters on all windows Security Doors on entryway doors Most furniture conveys Septic System Pole barn: 24ft W x 26ft L x 10ft H Traditional Style Post Frame Building. Storage Shed: Traditional 12 X 12 w/concrete floor Underground Electrical to outbuildings Other Improvements: Dozer work to clear/construct pond area Cleared perimeter/interior roads Numerous senderos Two active entry gates EQUIPMENT TO BE CONVEYED: Two above ground deer blinds, Two deer feeders w/timers, One Protein feeder. WATER: Well – traditional ½ hp submersible w/pressure tank (separate electrical supply). Solar/battery submersible pump w/windmill – storage cistern. Pond – Not currently holding water however has plumbing from storage cistern. TERRAIN / HABITAT: Rolling terrain, typical South Texas brush including Sage, Guajillo, Granjeno, Mesquite, Mountain Laurel, Texas Persimmon & other various native brushes. WILDLIFE: White tailed deer, Javelina hogs, Feral hogs, Turkey, Quail, Doves, Bobcat, Coyote, Raccoon. EASEMENTS: Utility MINERALS: None, sellers owns no minerals. SUMMARY: Call Ryan Cummings for appointments at 361-296-4749.
$434,000  •  100 acres
Bar T Bar West Parcel - Four Corners, Wyoming 100 acres - $434,000 Excellent recreational setting in the Wyoming Black Hills between Newcastle, WY and Deadwood, SD. 100 acres near Four Corners with frontage on Highway 85. Located close to Mallo Camp, Beaver Creek Campground and Black Hills National Forest access. A new pond has recently been constructed in the meadow. A seasonal creek runs into the pond and through the valley. Rolling hay meadows flank the creek bottom. There are approximately 47 acres in grass/alfalfa hay. Several nice building sites with panoramic views across the country side. Year round access is provided directly from Hwy 85 with a paved highway approach already in place. Also borders Mallo County Road. This picturesque setting would make a tremendous place for a year round home, weekend retreat, or possibly a commercial venture. $434,000. Visit www.ArnoldRealty.com for more info or call listing broker, Jim Pederson at Arnold Realty, Inc. 307-746-2083.
$358,715  •  96.95 acres
Hunting, fishing, grazing for cattle and horses on this ranch land in Quitman Texas. Live water with rolling pasture land with a fantastic 2-acre fishing lake, picturesque 1-acre lake for livestock and wildlife and Myrtle Springs Creek flowing across the southwest corner of the property. The 1-acre lake located on the northwest corner of the property and has been a duck hunting honey hole over the years. The same corner of land is surrounded with hardwood trees from the neighboring ranch creating nice wildlife habitat. The entire creek in lined with Hardwood trees adding additional cover for wildlife. As the Crow flies the ranch is 4 miles from Lake Fork the Bass Capitol of Texas and an even shorter distance to Quitman City Lake.
$459,744  •  95.78 acres
95+/- acres settled between Rome and Cartersville in Bartow County. Property has frontage on US 411, Carroll Slough Road, and Rogers Road. Mostly hardwood timber on the Northwest side of the property and mostly natural pines on the Northeast and Southern side of the property. Topography: Rolling to Steep. Zoning: A-1. Utilities: County Water, Electricity.
$955,080  •  90.96 acres
This property has it all!! 38± acres of irrigated land in the desired location Southwest of Montrose. Underground irrigation pipe and 38± shares of UVWUA water. On top of the hill, this property backs up to the Mountain View Mesa subdivision providing amazing building sites with unobstructed views of the San Juan Mountains. This land has also been perk tested showing 25 years of gravel pit. Horsefly creek runs through drawing wildlife all year. Properties in this location like this are rarely listed for sale. 59+ adjoining irrigated acres also listed for sale.