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$7,500,000  •  906 acres
Extraordinary 906± acre lightly improved ranch 35 minutes from Sheridan: trophy quality deer and elk, two miles of year-round tailwater trout fishery, upland birds, and waterfowl. Highly productive sprinkler irrigation.
$5,917,600  •  0 acres
This 1,139.67 acres is in Hopkins County near Sulphur Bluff, TX, and the greater Sulphur Springs area. Two boundaries of paved road frontage, cross fenced, with recreational opportunities and turnkey managed cattle operation.
$15,840,000  •  11,520 acres
The Burson Rita Blanca Creek ranch is a truly unique western Texas Panhandle ranch consisting of a well blocked, rectangular 18± square miles configured six miles north and south and three miles east and west in south central Hartley County. The ranch’s topography is both diverse and stunning, with the wide fertile valley of Rita Blanca Creek running down the center of the ranch from north to south and being flanked by high mesas and on either side. The mesas rise from the valley, creating several finger bluffs and box canyons that provide ideal cover for wildlife and protection for cattle from winter storms. There are two improvement locations on the ranch, with an owner’s residence at one and a manager’s residence at the second location. Both improvements are located along Rita Blanca Creek and are surrounded by old-growth cottonwoods and planted hardwoods. The ranch has historically been operated as a 400-500 head cow-calf operation with the productive sub-irrigated land along Rita Blanca Creek, providing above-average carrying capacity for a ranch of this size as well as stable forage production during periods of drought. Water is so shallow that the ranch utilizes seven artesian wells that flow year-round at constant temperature and provide domestic, livestock, and wildlife water. Three artesian wells maintain a 16± acre lake in the south-central part of the ranch. The higher elevation areas of the ranch are watered by a combination of windmills, solar and submersible pumps, and seasonal earthen tanks. The Burson Rita Blanca Creek Ranch is home to trophy white-tailed deer, mule deer and is granted two pronghorn antelope permits annually. Bobwhite and scaled quail are common, and the large lake is teeming with waterfowl during the winter months. Dove hunting could be significantly enhanced with small food plots adjacent to the pools on the creek. The ranch is also home to hogs, coyotes, foxes, bobcats, and the occasional mountain lion. The ranch will convey 50 percent of the seller’s owned minerals, along with 100 percent of all surface rights and alternative energy rights.
$2,590,000  •  887.68 acres
Bluff Point spans 887± acres and sits along a gorgeous stretch of Chesapeake Bay shoreline at the end of the Northern Neck. The property occupies an enviable location ten minutes east of the town of Kilmarnock, and only two and a half hours south of Washington, DC. Despite its easy accessibility, the property feels completely removed from everyday life. Bluff Point itself is a peninsula located at the end of a state-maintained road, offering remarkable privacy and expansive vistas of the Bay and coastline. The peninsula fronts on approximately 100 acres of tidal marsh and features over five miles of bay and marsh shoreline, including a mile of private beach. Bluff Point’s location has long been desirable, and archeological studies show that human settlement on the property dates back to the Wicomico tribe. All the components needed to create a first-rate waterfront retreat are in place, starting with the Chesapeake Bay. The Bay sits in the heart of the Atlantic Flyway and is well-known for its exceptional waterfowl hunting and saltwater fishing. Sporting opportunities on the water are balanced by the interior timberland, which supports healthy populations of whitetail deer and wild turkey. The property is under conservation easement and allows for the construction of a home and guest house within a nine-acre building envelope that is ideally situated at the southern tip of the Bluff Point peninsula. The Facts: ~ 887± acres ~ 100± acres of tidal marsh ~ Extensive Chesapeake Bay shoreline ~ End-of-the-road privacy ~ 10 minutes to Kilmarnock, VA ~ Excellent hunting potential ~ Located in the heart of the Atlantic Flyway ~ Established pine plantation ~ 1.5 hours to Richmond and 2.5 hours to Washington, DC ~ Less than 90 minutes to the nearest commercial airport and 45 minutes to the nearest FBO ~ Under a conservation easement allowing for the construction of a main home and guest house
$3,950,000  •  143 acres
A classic “gentleman’s” property, the San Juan River Retreat offers approximately one mile of both banks of the designated “blue ribbon” San Juan River. It is rare for a smaller acreage property to offer such an abundance of the river’s main stem, control of both banks, excellent fishery for rainbows and browns, and all while offering high-grade fish habitat. The property is complemented by a custom-built 3,100 square foot primary residence which is nicely appointed and complements the land, while not being overdone. A 3,500 square foot guest house and small shop provide room for guests and equipment storage/work area. Water rights irrigate approximately 20 acres, and two wells provide domestic water. The land is diverse, presenting a mixture of old-growth cottonwoods lined along the river, productive irrigated meadows, mild topography, smaller areas of evergreen tree cover, and good habitat for migrating big game animals. The San Juan River Retreat is located 16 miles south of Pagosa Springs, 30 minutes from Stevens Field FBO, and less than an hour from Wolf Creek Ski Area. The Facts: ~ 143± deeded acres ~ 1± mile of both banks of San Juan River ~ Designated “blue ribbon” fishery ~ Rainbows and browns ~ 16 miles south of Pagosa Springs ~ 30± minutes from Stevens Field FBO ~ Less than an hour from Wolf Creek Ski Area ~ 3,100 sq. ft. primary residence ~ 3,500 sq. ft. guest home ~ 1,800 sq. ft. shop ~ Water rights to irrigate approximately 20 acres ~ Two domestic wells ~ Elevation ranges from 6,500 to 6,900 feet ~ Located in GMU’s 771 and 78
$2,000,000  •  37 acres
Anchored by 1,400± feet of frontage on the south bank of the Eagle River, this 37.55± acre holding provides the opportunity for riverside ownership within the exclusive 10,000± acre Diamond Star Ranch. Eagle River Meadows is ideally located adjacent to the Diamond Star equestrian center and comprised of lush hay meadows and a trout-laden stretch of the Gold Medal designated Eagle River. This holding’s setting makes it a prime candidate for those seeking an ideal homesite or those who simply wish to enjoy the benefits of ownership within Diamond Star Ranch. Diamond Star Ranch is a gated shared amenity ranch community located within close proximity to Vail, Beaver Creek, and the limitless amenities and recreational resources found in Colorado’s Eagle Valley. The ranch is easily accessed and sits seven miles east of the Vail Valley Jet Center and Eagle County Regional Airport. Improvements on Eagle River Meadows include a recently constructed 4,250± square foot garage featuring exposed trusses, five bays including a pull-through bay, paved floors, paved exterior driveway, and parking area, LED lighting, and propane heat. The garage was constructed to meet demanding standards and will serve as an asset to new ownership moving forward. A modest 1,950± square foot barn is also located on the property and can be utilized as desired. Seclusion and privacy are paramount at Diamond Star Ranch. Access to Diamond Star is controlled by an electronic security gate and a bridge crossing the river. Owners here have access to numerous amenities, including an equestrian center, lodge with guest suites and pool, excellent big game hunting on thousands of acres of private land, roughly three miles of private angling on the Eagle River, as well as miles of developed horse and OHV riding trails. Showings and additional information are all available upon qualified written request. Offered in cooperation with Jared Saul, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Colorado Properties. The Facts: ~ Highly desirable Eagle River location in Eagle County, Colorado ~ Seven miles to Vail Valley Jet Center and Eagle County Regional Airport ~ Only 27.5 miles to Vail and 18 miles to Beaver Creek ~ 37.55± deeded acres ~ 1,400± feet of frontage on the Eagle River with excellent fly fishing ~ Private access to an additional three miles of Eagle River ~ Recently constructed 4,250± square foot garage/toy barn ~ Ownership within and access to the exclusive 10,000± acre Diamond Star Ranch with amenities including an equestrian center, lodge with guest suites, excellent big game hunting and trout fishing, as well as miles of trails for horseback or OHV riding
$13,500,000  •  3,015 acres
The Crawford Ranch, located in Dimmit County, has long been famed for its elegant yet productive beauty. It has been said, throughout the years, the 3,015 acre ranch has hosted celebrities, sheikhs, and politicians from across the world; it is no wonder the property has deservedly earned the reputation as a place to experience, should one receive the invitation. The primary residence consists of a 6,073 square foot Spanish style hacienda, with an additional 12,000 square feet of outdoor living area, including a pool, dual bars, water fountains, terraces, skyways, and fire pit. Complete with three bedrooms and five baths, the offering is fully furnished with pristine decades-old décor that is simply impossible to replicate. Apart but adjacent to the hacienda are four themed guest suites. One suite is named ‘Oso’, which translates to bear, after the ‘Golden Bear’ himself. The land is blessed with an abundance of flora and fauna that only three different waterways can deliver. The beautiful mature oak-filled Nueces (Pecan) River runs along the spread’s eastern boundary just short of 3.5 miles, with 3.75 miles of Live Oak Slough frontage as the southern boundary. Along the farm side of the western boundary, you’ll find nearly 1.25 miles of the peaceful Espantosa Lake full of tales and local lore. Flourishing with wildlife it would be nothing to experience the area’s iconic terrestrial and aviary species south Texas is renowned for, such as trophy caliber whitetail deer, flushing bobwhites, and the world’s largest Falconidae the Crested Caracara. All synonymous with the brush country. There are boundless recreational and entertaining opportunities with a skeet and rifle range, Nueces River and Espantosa Lake fishing, hiking, hunting, collecting ancient artifacts, and ATV’ing. Originally engineered as an equestrian paradise in the 1960s the property asserts a well-constructed and planned fencing system with large paddocks entirely of pipe that could very well last another lifetime. The property is rounded off with a manager’s home, office, two guest/pilot houses, and multiple barns and pens. Well-planned pasture structures allow for top-notch cattle/equine operations. With the booming exotic wildlife market these structures could be easily converted into the perfect breeding operation, 1,500± acres are already high fenced and ready for business. The ranch is a perfect setting for a multitude of activities including, fishing, hunting, ATV’ing, hiking, ranching, birding, artifact collecting, entertaining, or sometimes just relaxing with all the property’s amenities for your immediate use. The property has the components for a true south Texas legacy, many generations to come will forever speak of the grandeur and times spent on the Crawford Ranch. The Facts: ~ 3,015.149 acres ~ 1,500± acres under high fence ~ Primary residence 6,073 square feet (according to Appraisal District) ~ Guest cabins ~ Two guest homes ~ Manager’s home ~ Office ~ Horse stable ~ Three sets of cattle pens ~ Multiple barns ~ Seven water wells ~ Seven irrigation pivots ~ Multiple hunting blinds ~ Corn and protein feeders ~ Walk-in cooler ~ Surface sale only ~ Helicopter pad
$3,945,000  •  568 acres
Antelope Springs Ranch is a beautiful foothills property with expansive views of the lower Wood River Valley and the Boulder and Pioneer Ranges to the north. The ranch consists of 568± contiguous, fenced acres bordered by federal lands managed by the Bureau of Land Management (BLM). Located along US Highway 20 just five miles from renowned fly fishing on Silver Creek Preserve, 12 miles from the airport in Hailey, and 25 miles from Ketchum and the Sun Valley Resort, Antelope Springs is a world away but close to everything the Sun Valley area has to offer. The property features three large ponds with rainbow and brook trout and a small dock for launching a canoe or paddle board. The largest pond was designed with an island to provide a sanctuary for nesting waterfowl. Ducks, geese, swans, pelicans, and blue herons call the ponds home throughout the year. In addition, the property features springs, wetlands, and almost a half-mile of spring-fed Willow Creek. Thoughtfully planted trees dot the landscape, and a federally-funded windbreak project consisting of over 5,000 trees and shrubs on the west side of the property protects the ranch’s pastures and agricultural fields. The property encompasses the north side of the Timmerman Hills, the iconic foothill range that forms the south boundary of the Wood River Valley. Numerous building sites are located at the base of the hills offering seclusion and panoramic views of the valley floor and distant peaks. A trail system through the hills offers horseback, mountain bike, and ATV riding to high spots and private meadows. In the spring and early summer, wildflowers abound, and gorgeous lichen-covered boulders add to the scenery. Elk, mule deer, and antelope, along with chukar and Hungarian partridge, are found throughout the area and provide excellent hunting opportunities during the season. Existing improvements on the ranch are modest but functional and include a three-bedroom/one-and-a-half-bath farmhouse with a walk-out basement. The home sits next to a tranquil pond bordered by mature trees and gardens. A horse barn with six stalls and a heated tack room, outdoor riding arena, and horse pens are ideal for the equestrian. A metal shop building with electricity and various outbuildings are also part of the property. The ranch supports seasonal grazing and farming operations that utilize a pressurized irrigation system with two center pivots. Three adjudicated surface and groundwater rights allow for the irrigation of up to 164.5 acres of pasture and cropland on the ranch. The ranch also holds a BLM grazing permit for approximately 100 animal unit months (AUMs) on the adjacent Spud Patch allotment from April 25th until July 10th. Antelope Springs Ranch is among the largest properties available in the Sun Valley area. It represents a multi-dimensional investment opportunity with potential as a recreational retreat, year-round residence and small ranch, or addition to an existing farming or ranching operation. Located at the gateway to Sun Valley, the ranch is also an excellent candidate for a conservation easement.
$2,500,000  •  157.27 acres
Locate 25 miles south of Hardin, MT, on the Bighorn River, the 160± acre Dry Fly Sporting Ranch offers an unparalleled combination of fishing, bird hunting, and accommodations. The Bighorn River is one of the finest trout streams in the United States. It is a classic tailwater fishery that is clear and cold in the summer and ice free in the winter. It releases at 40-50 degrees all winter long as a tailwater, making it a hot tub for migrating waterfowl. Cereal grains are planted up and down the river, so once the ducks and geese arrive, they usually don’t leave. The waterfowl hunting is second to none. The ranch has an outstanding riparian corridor that provides the habitat components (nesting cover, brood habitat, winter cover, and food plots) for outstanding pheasant hunting. A bird preserve license allows for upland hunting until March 31st. The 3,000± square foot custom residence, which has doubled as a lodge, is finely constructed and artfully appointed and offered fully furnished. This is one of those special sporting properties that is easily managed and less than 75 miles to Billings, MT.
$2,550,000  •  838 acres
Located midway between the charming river community of Riggins and the regional service center of Grangeville, these 838± undeveloped acres capture the splendor of north-central Idaho. At the center of the property is an extensive plateaued area known as Bouffard Flat that sits 1,500 feet above the nearby Salmon River and offers sweeping views of the surrounding mountain ranges and ridgelines. With its gently sloping topography and year-round accessibility, the “Flat” provides an ideal setting to develop an owner’s home or ranch compound. The north side of the property descends sharply from Bouffard Flat into the South Fork Skookumchuck Creek canyon several hundred feet below. The South Fork joins the main stem of Skookumchuck Creek at the west end of the ranch, and, together, the creeks flow for almost two miles along the north boundary of the property. The forested canyonside and brushy creek bottom provide secluded habitat for a variety of big game and upland birds. Running along the south side of the ranch is a heavily timbered hillside that extends several hundred feet above the Flat. This area is home to stands of fir and pine that the owner has carefully managed to complement wildlife and maintain old-growth trees and forest health. The property has traditionally been used for seasonal livestock grazing, and several live springs on Bouffard Flat provide a reliable water source for cattle and horses. Dairy Mountain Road runs the length of the property and offers easy access to the four million-acre Nez Perce-Clearwater National Forest located just a half-mile east of the ranch. Access to the Salmon River at the Bureau of Land Management’s Skookumchuck Recreation Site is just ten minutes west of the property.
$29,750,000  •  12,669 acres
The Majestic Ranch is located on the Missouri River breaks of Gregory County, South Dakota. The ranch consists of 12,669± deeded acres of high-quality cattle country with all the aspects of a great recreational getaway. The ranch has long wooded draws of hardwoods and cedars with hay meadows and farm ground mixed in. There are several miles of year-round live water streams along with numerous dams and springs. The ranch is a highly diversified operation from cow/calf to backgrounding lots and significant recreational income. A highlight of the ranch is the extensive improvements, including a 10-bedroom hunting lodge and a state-of-the-art indoor arena. The Majestic Ranch is truly one of the best-balanced ranches for livestock and recreation that I have witnessed and an opportunity for those seeking an actual working experience for the horse enthusiast on a day-to-day cattle operation or the recreationalist for ATV riding, hunting, or fishing.
$2,775,000  •  2,921 acres
Only 12 miles from Scottsbluff, this ranch is a great mix of recreation and grazing. Truly diverse from dark timber-covered hillsides and draws to open pastures. Mule deer, bighorn sheep, wild turkey, and pronghorn antelope can be seen on the ranch.
$10,000,000  •  231 acres
Lying in the shadow of the Cascade Range ten minutes from the university town of Ellensburg, WA and 90 minutes from Seattle, the 231± acre Spoon Full Farm is a multifaceted property featuring a mile and a half of the Yakima River and commercial cattle and hay operations focusing on regenerative agricultural practices. The forested river corridor offers extensive hiking and riding trails plus access to the Yakima for fishing or launching a raft or drift boat. A classic western stream reminiscent of Montana, the river offers one of the finest rainbow trout fisheries in the Northwest and is home to runs of protected steelhead and Chinook salmon that make their way from the Pacific Ocean. Improvements are practical and well-suited for the ranch. These include a three-bedroom/two-and-a-half-bath main residence, a three-bedroom/two-bath second home, shop building with a two-bedroom/one-bath studio apartment, covered hay and equipment storage buildings, lean-to horse barns, and livestock pens and working corrals. The ranch holds senior water rights from the Yakima River to irrigate up to 128 acres using wheel line sprinklers and a Valley center pivot. With a secluded location along the river, terrific views of the surrounding bluffs and foothills, excellent trout fishing, and abundant wildlife, Spoon Full Farm is a wonderful private retreat that offers income from its diverse agricultural attributes. Co-listed with Bob Bennion of Compass Washington, LLC.
$18,838,215  •  6,850.26 acres
The Drummond South Ranch, with over 11,690 acres in total under fence with a mix of 6,850± deeded acres and the balance of land leased from various neighbors, is now offered for sale after being owned by the same family for nearly 100 years. Frederick Drummond operated the ranch for nearly 50 years, eventually passing it along to his children. This scenic working cattle ranch is located nearly 20 miles northwest of Tulsa on a direct line, sits right above Keystone Lake, and is around three miles southwest of Skiatook Lake. One can see downtown Tulsa from several of the high points on the ranch. This ranch is made up of the rolling hills covered with the typical species of native tall grasses, in addition to the abundant stands of trees that dominate this sector of the Cross Timbers ecoregion. Numerous draws run throughout the ranch. Several of those draws at times can have water backed up in them from Keystone Lake during periods of high flows from the Arkansas River that feeds Keystone Lake. The ranch has been operated over the last 100 years by the same family as a working cattle ranch, typically running around 600 head of mother cows and calves annually. However, the general location of this Drummond South Ranch, with its proximity to Keystone and Skiatook Lakes, and the short drive to the Tulsa Metroplex, it’s become obvious that this land is moving in a transitional path that looks to be headed way beyond cattle ranching. This large landholding is nearly impossible to duplicate because of its unmatched location. The incredible proximity to Tulsa, Keystone Lake, and Skiatook Lake are just a few of the high points. The rolling hills of tall grass, the timbered areas full of blackjack and post oak trees, and the deep draws are home to an assorted wildlife population. The views from various high points on the ranch are stunning.
$3,500,000  •  118 acres
Settled in 1897 by C. Eugene Churchill, Whitewater Ranch is an historic 118± acre wilderness homestead located deep in the heart of the Nez Perce-Clearwater National Forest 55 air miles from McCall, Idaho. The ranch is perched above the Salmon River surrounded by millions of acres of pristine backcountry and borders both the Frank Church-River of No Return Wilderness Area and the Salmon River National Wild and Scenic River Corridor. The Salmon River is one of the longest free-flowing, undammed rivers in the country and a wilderness, whitewater, wildlife, and fishing enthusiast’s dream, while the Frank Church Wilderness is the largest forested wilderness area in the lower 48. The Salmon River Canyon and adjoining mountain ranges and forests are home to an impressive array of wildlife drawn to Whitewater Ranch’s grassy meadows and year-round creeks. Although access to this section of the Salmon River tends to be a specialized endeavor, Whitewater Ranch is among the most accessible properties in the Salmon River Canyon and, in fact, one of only two ranches to have vehicular access. Forest Road 421, a seasonal road completed in 1938 by the CCC, originates at Red River, Idaho and winds south for almost 25 miles before descending 2,500 feet into the canyon. The road briefly crosses the property and terminates at Whitewater Campground, a primitive, lightly used Forest Service campground along the river next to the ranch that serves as a jumping-off point for hikers, hunters, and pack strings venturing south into Chamberlin Basin and the Frank Church Wilderness. Drive-time from the property to Grangeville, Idaho, the county seat and commercial center for Idaho County, is approximately three hours. In addition to driving to Whitewater Ranch, there is convenient fly-in access made possible by the property’s private 900± airstrip. The ranch can be made part of a weekly airmail route from Cascade, Idaho if desired by the owner, and the same bush pilot can contract delivery of food and supplies. One can also reach the ranch from the Salmon River by float or jet boat. An excellent boat landing with a sandy beach is located just downstream of Little Mallard Rapid and a quick walk or drive from the ranch headquarters. Whitewater Ranch features multiple living quarters and is easily capable of accommodating a large family or group. The ranch headquarters is located in a grassy clearing at the heart of the property and is home to the main lodge, which features a large ranch-style kitchen and dining room, two large bunkrooms, and two bathrooms. Also part of the headquarters is the original ranch house built by Eugene Churchill with a kitchen, one bedroom on the main floor, a sleeping loft, and one bathroom. In addition, there are two bunk cabins at the headquarters, each with two bedrooms and a bathroom. Tucked away in the pines at the east end of the property is the main ranch house featuring a bedroom, bathroom, kitchen, and living room on the main floor and a second bedroom, bathroom, laundry room, and workshop in a walk-in basement. A large porch affords sweeping views of the Salmon River Canyon upstream of the ranch. Next to the main ranch house is an unfinished, two-story sleeping cabin with potential to accommodate more guests or family members. Between the ranch headquarters and main home is an additional cabin, called the Robertson House, with two bedrooms, bathroom, and kitchen. In addition to the residential structures, there is an assortment of ranch and utility buildings, including the original log barn, generator building, equipment and storage sheds, a root cellar, and a chicken coop. All of the dwellings on the ranch have modern conveniences and are serviced by a well-maintained, refurbished hydroelectric system using water diverted from Little Mallard Creek. An internal road and trail network enables easy access to all of the structures and improvements. A Viasat satellite internet system ensures ease of communication with the outside world. Located at the east corner of the ranch is a two-acre property referred to as the West Parcel. This tract is owned by a retired outfitter who, for many years beginning in 1968, ran commercial hunting and fishing operations from the ranch. The West Parcel has a small cabin that is used occasionally in summer and fall months by the owner and his family. Access to the West Parcel is from internal ranch roads. With the exception of a one-acre parcel encompassing the main ranch house, Whitewater Ranch is covered by a scenic easement granted to the US Forest Service in 1993 under the National Wild and Scenic River Act to assure protection of the property and its wilderness setting in perpetuity. The easement provides for various year-round residential, agricultural, and recreational uses, including commercial guest ranching with outfitter-guide operations. In addition, the easement allows for the owner to replace or rebuild existing improvements and structures on the ranch with the right to rebuild or expand main lodge up to 3,600 square feet on the ground floor.
$3,750,000  •  409 acres
Located about five miles northeast of Wilsall, the Shields Retreat is an amazingly lush 409± acre ranch that has the Shields River passing through its center, as well as Cole Creek, which parallels the river on one side, and Porcupine Creek that enters the ranch on its northeasterly boundary and flows into the river just downstream of the ranch. There are approximately 320 acres of meadows which either have water rights or are sub-irrigated and produce both excellent grazing and 225± tons of hay. Improvements are modest and include a home, a horse barn, a Quonset and corrals, and a small feed yard. Given its location on the river and creeks with big views of the Crazy Mountains, good fishing, and prolific wildlife, it is best suited for a private retreat that will offer some income from its considerable agricultural attributes. The Facts: ~ LOCATION: Five miles northeast of Wilsall about 50 minutes west of Bozeman and 35 minutes north of Livingston ~ ACREAGE: 409± acres deeded ~ ACREAGE BREAKDOWN: 320± acres irrigated or sub-irrigated the balance is riparian or native range ~ IMPROVEMENTS: Caretaker’s home, barn, Quonset, equipment storage building, corrals, and feed yard ~ WATER: Shields River water rights plus a mile of the river passing through and two live creeks ~ OPERATION: Productive small cattle ranch with good hay production ~ DESCRIPTION: Lush river bottom ranch retreat with big Crazy Mountain views and easy access to mountains, downhill skiing, Bozeman and Livingston ~ SUMMARY: Idyllic private retreat in upper Shields River Valley
$3,700,000  •  96 acres
The Tabor Ranch is a larger acreage tract in a coveted area northwest of Fort Worth and due north of Weatherford, with sought-after sandy soil. This estate offers most of the desirable features searched for in Parker County. A custom-built three-bedroom, three-bath home with game room, basement, and walk-in gun safe all built with energy efficiencies in mind utilizing solar power, triple pane windows, engineered from top to bottom to maximize the energy efficiency. In addition to the home, there is a barn with four covered and watered stalls, an arena set up for team roping, and a covered pen for warm-up or calf roping. Concluding the improvements with a shop, two-bedroom barn apartment, air-conditioned gym, and an abundance of covered parking for equipment. Balancing the agriculture and horse improvements, the property possesses a hunting and recreational aspect with a healthy mix of hardwoods, a creek and two ponds, as well as a development potential with paved road access on both sides of the property. All of these dynamics of the Tabor Ranch are diverse yet specifically unique when compared to other properties in the area. With the drastic increases in the cost of construction and land prices in the current market, properties like this one and specifically in this area are in high demand. The Facts: ~ Three-bedroom, three-bath home with a large open concept living and kitchen ~ Triple pane windows ~Four zoned 20 seer air conditioning ~ Foamed walls and ductwork ~ Radiant barrier attic four solar fans ~ Basement/safe room with walk-in safe ~ Two water wells ~ Outdoor kitchen, fireplace ~ 60 X 65 foot shop with two lean-tos and four horse stalls ~ Two-bedroom 800 square foot apartment above barn ~ 180 X 140 foot outdoor arena ~ 100 X 40 foot covered arena/round pen ~ Fenced, cross-fenced, nine gates ~ County road frontage providing access on two sides ~ No reservation of minerals is being made in the sale - seller does not believe to own any ~ No reservation of wind rights or any other surface rights being made – seller believes to own 100% wind rights
$5,000,000  •  640 acres
Located just 30 minutes from the resort town of Seeley Lake or an hour and 20 minutes from Missoula or Kalispell, MT, Holland Lake Overlook provides an offering unlike anything on the market today. Nestled in the foothills of the Swan Range and completely surrounded by Flathead National Forest, the property's 640± acres span two ridges with views of the Swan and Mission Mountains and famed Holland Lake to the south. Building sites abound with your choice of settings from subalpine meadow with towering views of the peaks to the west, low-lying seasonal riparian zone, or lake view with southern exposure. Holland Lake Overlook is a blank slate offering extraordinary privacy, easy access and a setting rarely found in today’s market.
$17,000,000  •  7,373 acres
Encompassing an entire mesa overlooking the stunning Black Canyon of the Gunnison River, this 7,373± acre ranch features outstanding trout fishing, deer hunting, equestrian, agriculture, scenic views, and quality owner and guest lodging.
$8,120,000  •  580 acres
Stewart Ranch consists of 580± acres in Johnson County, Texas, in close proximity to the Cleburne/Glen Rose area just south of Fort Worth. Situated between two paved county-maintained roads bearing a significant amount of road frontage on both the east and west boundaries. The land has a diverse soil composition including Frio silty clay, Sunev clay loam, Slidell clay, Sanger clay, Bolar clay loam 1 to 8 percent slopes, and Aledo-Bolar association 1 to 8 percent slopes. The land consists of rolling hills, a healthy stand of native grasses, cultivation and veins of larger vegetation, and cover in the bottom areas along Haley Branch Creek. The pooling areas along the creek provide a desirable wildlife habitat characteristic, thus further diversifying the property for the recreational buyer. The landscape is a great mixture of native grassland with rocky hilltops and expanded views in all directions. Johnson County SUD provides waterline access on both road frontages giving potential for development. A natural spring-fed creek and several earthen tanks provide abundant water for livestock, recreation, and wildlife equitably throughout the ranch. With such close proximity to the Fort Worth–Dallas metro area, yet surrounded by other ranch properties and bordered on two sides by paved roads, the potential for future development or subdividing provides an upside to equity.
$12,495,000  •  35 acres
Red Bridge is an astounding luxury estate nestled in the Animas Valley near the quintessential mountain town of Durango, Colorado. The improvements are truly impeccable. The property is secluded but not remote, being a short drive 25-minute drive to Durango. The expansive home was recently featured in Luxe Interior Design, praising its ability to merge outdoor and indoor living stating, “Colorado home puts a vivid spin on Western Style”. The exterior attributes of the estate are just as stunning as the home. You enter the ranch over a beautiful red bridge and down a tree-lined drive opening to a beautiful estate. Giant cottonwoods, running water, numerous ponds, fencing, impressive horse barn with indoor stalls and living quarters above with stunning views of the estate. There are numerous outdoor living and entertainment areas to enjoy, including a spectacular stone fireplace, dining area, fire pit, viewing deck, and tennis and pickleball court. Coon Creek borders the property and runs year-round. The land is filled with the sounds of nature. You may hear a bugling bull elk from the significant elk herd that calls the ranch home, with knee-deep grasses, protected benches, trees, ponds and running springs, it is easy to understand why. The ranch has water rights for irrigation, recreation, piscatorial and filling of fishponds. The secluded property creates a recreational oasis for the owners and their guests. Wildlife including elk, deer and wild turkeys frequent the property.
$10,000,000  •  498 acres
Indian Creek Ranch stands out as something of an oasis in the expansive Madison Valley 18 miles south of Ennis where its namesake Indian Creek enters the Madison River. The ranch encompasses 498± deeded acres plus a State of Montana agricultural lease on an adjacent 110± acres. It lies between Highway 287 and the Madison River. The building compound is located out of sight below the highway, with Indian Creek meandering through the complex. The site is marked by enormous cottonwood trees, extensive lawns, and a private fishing pond. Improvements consist of an owner’s home, a guest house, a manager’s duplex, a large barn set up for equine pursuits, a traditional horse barn with haymow, and a pole calving barn. The setting is exquisite as it incorporates wonderful views of both the Madison Range and the Gravelly Range with minimal impact from the highway. The Madison River is a short walk across the meadow. The ranch includes over 100 acres of meadows and is well set up as a winter base for a cattle operation. However, it has historically been operated as a horse ranch where clinics have been offered and, under a previous owner, as a base for training and breeding polo ponies. The Facts: ~ Location: 18 miles south of Ennis and just over an hour’s drive to Bozeman. ~ Acreage: Deeded 498± acres with an additional 110± acres State of Montana lease. ~ Acreage Breakdown: 87± acres irrigated (35.6 on state) 521± acres of native range and sub-irrigated. ~ Improvements: Main house, guest house, staff duplex, equestrian barn, old-style hip roof barn and calving barn. Attractive pole and jack leg fencing and huge lawns enhance the building complex. ~ Water: Excellent Madison River water rights for irrigation plus three wells and an appealing fish pond with waterfall. ~ Wildlife: Antelope, moose, whitetail deer and elk in season. ~ Fisheries: Nearly a mile of private frontage on the Madison River plus Indian Creek and a trout pond. ~ Conservation Easement: Yes. ~ Summary: A lush oasis on the river well set up as a private equestrian retreat with hundreds of acres of adjacent public lands on which to ride or fish.
$2,250,000  •  613 acres
Deerwood encompasses 613± acres of exceptional wildlife and hunting habitat. It has been meticulously managed for wildlife over the past 30 years and is a rare opportunity to purchase a proven, turnkey Virginia hunting property with a trophy deer population. Bucks at Deerwood are selectively harvested based on age and genetic potential, and the doe-to-buck ratio is carefully monitored. Bucks in the 150+ class are regularly harvested, including a recent remarkable eight-point buck that was officially scored 177-1/4. The land is comprised of mature hardwoods, early succession pine, pasture, established wildlife corridors, and varied water sources. One and a third miles of frontage on Mountain Run marks the property’s southern boundary, and there are four ponds (23± acres of open water in total). Two of those are shallow water ponds (9.75 acres and 2 acres) and are ideally suited for waterfowl. The waterfowl hunting on the property can be highly productive and wood ducks, mallards, gadwalls, black ducks, and pintails are regularly seen here. The third pond measures 4.4 acres and is aptly named the Goose Pond. The final pond measures 7± acres and has excellent largemouth bass fishing, as well as a private yet very accessible home site on its northern shore. In addition to deer and waterfowl, eastern wild turkey, bobwhite quail, bald eagles, black bears, and numerous other species are all found on the property. In short, everything you’d expect to see in a thriving Piedmont Virginia ecosystem. Deerwood has entrances off two state-maintained roads, with the potential for a third entrance off a quiet residential lane. The property is under conservation easement, but the easement allows for multiple houses and farm buildings to be constructed. 200± acres of the tract have been enrolled in nutrient banking (see below for more information). Although Deerwood is ideally suited for hunters, it is easily appreciated by any nature enthusiast. The established habitat, privacy, and potential homesites make it a terrific opportunity for both individual and group ownership. *Deerwood is adjacent to Linden Farm (470± acres, link here), also available for purchase The Facts: ~ 613± acres ~ Proven, turnkey wildlife habitat ~ Outstanding deer hunting, regularly produces 150+ class bucks ~ Excellent waterfowl and turkey hunting ~ Four ponds (23± acres of open water in total) ~ 56± acres of fenced pasture ~ Multiple home sites ~ Very private, borders other large landholdings ~ 12 minutes to Orange ~ 45 minutes to Charlottesville, 90 minutes to Washington DC or Richmond ~ Five airports within 90 minutes or less of the property ~ Under conservation easement ~ 200± acre nutrient bank
$3,975,000  •  2,560 acres
Removed from the unrelenting fast pace of urban life are the rolling hills of northeast Montana’s Sand Creek Bird Sanctuary. This property features lakes, creeks, spring-fed marshes, rolling grassy hills, productive cropland, and extraordinary habitat for pheasants, sharptail grouse, Hungarian partridge, waterfowl, and both whitetail and mule deer. Sand Creek Bird Sanctuary consists of approximately 2,560 acres located 14 miles east of Froid, Montana, and approximately 40 miles west of Williston, North Dakota, with convenient access from all directions. The property’s wildlife prospers due to good nesting and winter cover with food sources located in close proximity to habitat areas. Sand Creek Bird Sanctuary contains approximately 1,000 acres of cropland that produce wheat, lentils, canola, and other pulse crops. Although approximately 450 additional acres could be tilled, the owners have chosen to devote most of those acres to wildlife habitat. Approximately 250 acres are under a second ten-year Conservation Reserve Program contract. Those CRP acres feature mature native grasses and forbs for abundant game bird habitat. Sand Creek Bird Sanctuary’s water resources add both to its beauty and capacity to support large quantities of varied game birds, waterfowl, and deer. One reservoir at full capacity covers approximately 160 surface acres and another reservoir covers approximately 40 surface acres. There also are numerous creeks, spring-fed marshes, and sloughs covered with cattails that offer excellent game bird habitat areas. In addition to the natural and carefully nurtured habitat amenities, a 1,600 square foot manufactured home with an attached three-car garage is available to purchase as a fully furnished hunting headquarters. For approximately fifteen years the current owners have diligently worked to establish productive game bird and wildlife habitat and have created a unique property that combines both a cornucopia of wildlife and agricultural income.
$3,750,000  •  1,301 acres
The 3B Game Ranch is the definition of a turnkey game ranch that encompasses all the diversities of Stonewall County in one ranch and brings modern comforts to the rough and rugged surroundings. Fully stocked with a variety of exotics, elk, and whitetail deer. With diverse terrain that suits each species and allows for an extremely diverse hunting experience depending on which part of the ranch you are on. Set up for a family getaway, entertaining clients, company retreat, or any buyer looking for their own private getaway to enjoy with family and friends. The ranch is complimented with a low maintenance all steel construction six-bedroom, four-bath Barndominium style lodge. Perched on the mesquite covered plateaus above the river, the lodge is fully furnished with all the comforts of home. It features a large open living/kitchen with attached insulated equipment shop/laundry and mud room. With the drastic increases in the cost of construction and in the current market, ranches like this one are in high demand.
Hall and Hall

Hall and Hall
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Billings, MT 59012

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