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$25,000,000  •  24,108 acres
Located in the Pioneer Mountains 45 miles east of the airport in Hailey, Lava Lake Ranch is an expansive agricultural, conservation, and wildlife property that is easily accessible to the amenities of Sun Valley and communities of southern Idaho yet instills a sense of being a world away. The ranch encompasses a footprint of approximately 825,000 acres and features 24,108± deeded acres in seven separate units and over 800,000 acres of associated US Forest Service and Bureau of Land Management (BLM) grazing permits, State of Idaho grazing leases, and private land grazing leases. From the Snake River Plain north to the crest of the Pioneers, Lava Lake Ranch spans 125 miles of diverse ecosystems within the Pioneer Mountains-Craters of the Moon landscape that consist of mountain peaks, foothills, canyons, sage steppe grasslands, forests of fir and aspen, and free-flowing rivers and streams. This vast, undeveloped landscape includes over 95,000 acres of conserved private lands and the 750,000-acre Craters of the Moon National Monument and Preserve. Wildlife here is prolific and includes wide-ranging species such as mule deer, elk, pronghorn, and sage grouse; carnivores such as gray wolves, mountain lions, and bobcats; and iconic species such as mountain goats and wolverines. Year-round recreational opportunities on the ranch are almost endless, and include big game hunting, wingshooting, trout fishing, birdwatching, trail riding, cycling, hiking, ATV touring, and cross country and backcountry skiing. Established in 1999, Lava Lake Ranch is highlighted by exceptional grazing resources, and its owners have focused on producing the highest quality grass-fed lamb and beef while restoring and preserving the lands used by the ranch. Building improvements on the ranch are modest but practical and sufficient to serve current operations. A series of conservation easements cover the majority of the ranch and allow for a broad set of agricultural, residential, and recreational uses.
$7,500,000  •  81 acres
At an elevation of 2,100 feet, Persimmon Valley Farm is an exceptionally well-maintained and beautiful farm located in a highly sought-after area of the northeast Georgia mountains, offering a very favorable climate. Persimmon Valley Farm is 81± acres located in Rabun County, only six miles to Lake Burton and eight miles from downtown Clayton, Georgia – a picturesque Blue Ridge Mountain community considered one of the most pleasant areas to visit in Georgia. The current owner of the property is an artist who envisioned bringing to life a living piece of art, and in pursuing this inspiration, he has created a unique mountain retreat. Golden maple trees line the driveway to the Old-World style luxury home on top of an east-facing knoll with a stunning view of the Blue Ridge Divide. Every aspect of the farm has been meticulously and artistically designed with sophistication and Southern Mountain living prevailing throughout. Persimmon Valley Farm includes a 6,200± square foot main house, a private apartment/mother-in-law suite above the two-car garage, and two iconic one-bedroom guest log cabins. The equestrian barn houses three indoor/outdoor stalls, a tack room, equipment area, and hay storage loft. Outside the equestrian barn is a modest round pen adjacent to one of the fenced pastures. A second larger barn nicknamed the “Yankee Barn” may be used to store equipment or for hosting large gatherings. Two fenced-in pastures are located on the property in addition to a tractor barn, two ponds, two streams, a vineyard/apple orchard, run-in horse shelter, lookout tower, and a small potting barn next to a former garden field. Persimmon Valley Farm is only a short 40-minute drive to renowned Highlands, North Carolina, and an hour and forty-five minutes to Atlanta. Heaven’s Landing Airpark, a private airpark, is only ten minutes from the farm and boasts a 5,069-foot paved concrete runway with pilot-controlled lighting and a GPS approach. The runway is designed to accommodate most private planes and has refueling capabilities. The Facts: ~ At an elevation of 2,100 feet, this 81± acre mountain retreat sits in the picturesque Blue Ridge Mountain community of Clayton, Georgia, in Rabun County. ~ Ten minutes to Lake Burton, 10 minutes to the Waterfall Country Club, 10 minutes to Heavens Landing Airpark, 40-minute drive to renowned Highlands, North Carolina, and 1 hour 45 minutes to Atlanta and Asheville. ~ Built in 2008, the main house is just over 6,200± square feet and a mix of English and French influences, creating a hospitable Old-World style luxury home with five bedrooms, six bathrooms and a private apartment/mother-in-law suite above the two-car garage. ~ Cherokee Cabin – This cabin is a former schoolhouse originally built sometime around 1750 and is rich with history. “The Cherokee Cabin” offers a quaint Southern front porch and one-bedroom loft-style interior living space. ~ Hemlock Cabin – This cabin was built in 2004 by a highly acclaimed local builder, Anthony McCracken. “The Hemlock Cabin” offers a spacious wrap-around porch, two working wood burning fireplaces, several living spaces for entertaining, a kitchen with an iconic antique stove, bathroom on the main floor, and an upstairs loft-style bedroom. ~ The equestrian barn houses three indoor/outdoor stalls along with a tack room, equipment area, and hay storage loft. Outside the equestrian barn is a modest round pen adjacent to one of the fenced pastures. ~ The largest barn on the property, the “Yankee Barn,” was originally constructed in 1891, then deconstructed and moved piece by piece from New York to Persimmon Valley Farm around 2002. This barn is currently used as a workshop but is also perfect for storing equipment or hosting large gatherings. ~ Additional improvements include several other barns/sheds, two fenced pastures, two ponds, two streams, a vineyard/apple orchard, and a lookout tower. ~ On the farm, folks may choose between a variety of activities, including equestrian, ATV trails, hiking, gardening, or simply enjoying the view from the lookout tower at the uppermost part of the property. Fishing ponds are stocked with bass and trout. ~ Off the farm, Rabun County offers fun for the whole family on the reputable Lake Burton, dining and shopping downtown in the heart of charming Clayton, or hiking, camping, fishing, swimming, rafting, and kayaking within the surrounding Chattahoochee National Forest. ~ Located on the Eastern Continental Divide at the gateway to Black Rock Mountain State Park, the highest state park in Georgia, home to the Blue Ridge Mountain range and part of the larger Appalachian Mountains.
$3,950,000  •  260 acres
Cascade Ranch is the archetypal “gentleman’s” property and/or executive retreat. The property is the ideal model of a smaller acreage, well improved getaway, immersed in the Arapaho National Forest yet easily accessible from downtown Denver and located only 8.5± miles from Idaho Springs. Features include a newly remodeled primary residence completed in 2016, recently constructed manager/caretaker home and two fully restored turn of the century log cabins. Located at the end of a private drive, the property is nestled in the heart of a massive southern facing, heavily timbered valley showcasing jaw-dropping views of Mt. Evans, Goliath and Bierstadt. Privacy, exclusivity, accessibility, wildlife, views, turn-key improvements, and all centrally located within close proximity to Denver, ski resorts, and air travel. The Facts: ~ 260± deeded acres ~ 8.5± miles from Idaho Springs ~ 45 minutes to downtown Denver and approximately 1 hour to DIA ~ Within a 1.5 hour drive of Breckenridge, Copper Mountain and Vail ~ Under same ownership since 1969 ~ 2,376± sq. ft. completely remodeled in 2016 – 3 beds, 2.5 baths ~ 768± sq. ft. detached 3 car garage, greenhouse, small storage ~ 2,940± sq. ft. completed in 2017 – 2 beds, 2 baths ~ 2 fully restored turn of the century cabins ~ Shooting range ~ Located in GMU 39 ~ Southern exposure over most of the property ~ Exceptional views include Mt. Goliath, Mt. Evans, Mt. Bierstadt ~ 1.8± mile private drive ~ Accessed off Cascade Creek Road No. 116 ~ Nearly enveloped by Arapaho National Forest ~ Heavy mix of timber and open meadows, small pond, and access to Cascade Creek
$11,190,000  •  4,069 acres
This premier conservation sporting ranch is located in central Stonewall County in the heart of the rare Nobscot “quail sands” soil series. Central Stonewall County is known for some of the best wild quail hunting in the nation, but the property is also teeming with trophy whitetail deer, turkey, and feral hogs. Hunting for whitetail has been minimal the past several years, preserving the population of mature deer. The neighboring and prominent 5,000± acre Snipes Ranch, deemed the Augusta National of wild quail hunting by Dr. Dale Rollins of the Rolling Plains Quail Research Foundation, adjoins the ranch to the east. Located in the center part of the main ranch is a single, multi-purpose lodge with over 12,000 square feet under roof. The lodge is limestone rock construction with a metal roof and was completed in 2009 with high-end finishes, lighting, fixtures, and appliances. The Codorniz Ranch encompasses many of the diversities of Stonewall County in the heart of the highly sought-after quail sands region of the Rolling Plains of Texas. The ranch is ideal for a family getaway, seasonal home, entertaining clients, company retreat, or any buyer looking for privacy and year-round hunting adventures to share with family and friends. This hunting ranch is offered furnished and is move-in ready for a new owner.
$798,500  •  278 acres
Raw land offering 278± acres in Fisher County, completely surrounded on four sides by the Guitar family ranches providing privacy, a sought attribute in recreational land. Accessed by a short, deeded easement serviced by a county-maintained road. Approximately 190 acres of tillable ground have been historically cultivated for dry land wheat for cattle and sunflower for dove hunting. Roughly 88 acres of native grass and brush cover make up the balance of the acreage. Electric provided by Big Country Electric Co-op and a water well are on-site. The perimeter of the property is fenced with barbwire and has some cross-fencing for cattle. Stocking rate for Fisher County is traditionally 1 per 20 acres for good native pasture and 1 per 9 acres for improved pasture. Smaller acreage combination farm and ranch property is in high demand in the area. A blank slate and diverse property of this manageable size are a rare find in today’s market. This raw land offering is unique and desirable between the agricultural and recreational aspects combined with the location and quality of sizeable neighboring lands. The Facts: ~ 278± acres raw land ~ Surrounded on four sides by Guitar Family Ranches (large acreage ranch) ~ Electric (Big Country Co-op) and water well on-site ~ Approximately 190 acres of cultivation ~ Fenced and cross-fenced for cattle ~ Small set of livestock pens located in the center of the property ~ Approximately 88 acres of native brush and cover for wildlife ~ Three surface tanks ~ Four miles to Hamlin ~ Travel time is around 3 hours to Fort Worth, 2 hours to Midland, and 2 hours to Lubbock
$10,500,000  •  464 acres
Nestled against the foothills of the Pioneer Mountains, North Renegade Ranch features 464± acres and over a half-mile of fabled Silver Creek. The property is conveniently located 45 minutes from Ketchum and the Sun Valley Resort and a half-hour south of the commercial airport in Hailey. Improvements are highlighted by a 2,160± square foot log “fishing cabin” located in a secluded aspen grove on the banks of Silver Creek. Upstream of the home is an outdoor venue with a fire pit and barbeque area ideal for creekside dining and entertaining. Other improvements include a three-bedroom guest house, manager’s residence, equipment storage, and a large workshop with attached dog kennels. Silver Creek flows through the property from north to south through mature stands of aspen, willow, and river birch that create a private, park-like setting along the stream corridor. This section of Silver Creek is amazingly diverse and comprised of gravel runs, rocky riffles, deep holes, long flats, and undercut banks. Because of the challenging nature of navigating this portion of the stream, the ranch enjoys a very private fishery with virtually no impact from other anglers or floaters. Although trout fishing is the predominant activity on the property, the ranch provides excellent wildlife habitat and is home to elk, mule deer, waterfowl, and upland game birds. In addition to its recreational attributes, the ranch features an active farming operation that utilizes approximately 185 acres of sprinkler-irrigated cropland to raise hay and grain. The ranch is not covered by a conservation easement at the present time. However, because of the property’s size, location, and extensive frontage on Silver Creek, it is a prime candidate for one. North Renegade Ranch encompasses the northern end of the 1,226± acre Renegade Ranch which is also available for purchase through Hall and Hall. The Facts: ~ 464± deeded, contiguous acres ~ Over a half-mile of Silver Creek encompassing both banks of the stream with outstanding fishing for some of the largest trout in the system ~ Approximately 45 minutes south of Ketchum and the Sun Valley Resort and a half-hour from the airport in Hailey ~ Extremely private with virtually no impact from the public ~ Excellent residential and ranch improvements with underground utilities and extensive landscaping ~ 185± acres of sprinkler-irrigated cropland ~ Wildlife includes elk, mule deer, chukar, Hungarian partridge, and an array of non-game species ~ No conservation easement, although an excellent candidate for one ~ Annual property taxes are approximately $4,090 ~ Elevation is 4,750± feet ~ Surrounded by federal lands and private ranch holdings
$5,975,000  •  190 acres
Located 10 miles southeast of Big Timber, along a mile of the Yellowstone River on the north side. The southeast end of this 190± acre ranch is protected by a high ridge that runs to the river and includes the scenic grey cliffs for which the nearby town of Greycliff is named. The ranch encompasses a huge cottonwood bottom along the river and lovely meadows above it, some of which are irrigated. The ranch includes a recently remodeled architect-designed 5,500 square foot home that is situated overlooking the river. Other top-quality improvements include a three-bedroom caretakers house and a creatively designed studio with an attached one-bedroom apartment. The ranch also has a barn and a shop. It is an idyllic, private riverfront retreat with stunning views of the Crazy Mountains, the grey cliffs, and the river. The Facts: ~ LOCATION: One mile from Greycliff, 10 miles east of Big Timber, and equidistant (73 miles) between Billings and Bozeman. ~ ACREAGE: 190± deeded acres. 55± irrigatable acres, huge river bottom, and lovely uplands. ~ IMPROVEMENTS: 5,500 square foot architect-designed main house, studio/apartment, caretakers house, barn, and shop. Excellent condition. ~ AESTHETICS: Lush setting with a house overlooking the river, huge open views of the Crazy Mountains, and expansive cottonwood river bottom. ~ RECREATIONAL AMENITIES: Nearly a mile of private frontage on the Yellowstone River, plus a private pond. This site attracts a cross-section of wildlife, due to its diversity and water. ~ PRIVACY: Private road access and surrounded by the river on one side and a very large private ranch on the other three sides. ~ SUMMARY: Idyllic, scenic private retreat with move-in ready improvements and easy access.
$1,200,000  •  865 acres
Twenty minutes from Cascade, this 1,315± (865± deeded) acre property features rolling grass, mountain views, and fishing and hunting on the nearby rivers, national forest, and wildlife management area.
$4,950,000  •  164.11 acres
Eight miles west of Sheridan, this 165± acre retreat with a 3,100 square foot executive home, 1,920 square foot shop, and dramatic mountain views overlooks a four-acre trout-filled lake.
$9,850,000  •  3,580.56 acres
3,580± acre Five Star Legacy Ranch sits 40 miles northwest of Tulsa. Open native tallgrass covered hills and 45” average annual precipitation. Currently running 400 cow/calf pairs. Very good fences and water.
$4,500,000  •  391 acres
The R & R Ranch is 391± acres located in Brown County, Texas. The property has a well-kept custom home that will be partially furnished, with an adjacent barndominium guest quarters overlooking a beautiful tank, patio, and pool area. The ranch is located less than three miles from a public boat ramp on Lake Brownwood and one mile from The Hideout Golf Club on Lake Brownwood. The most unique and privileged attribute of the land is the private ownership of your own 26-acre lake, prime for entertaining family, friends, clients, or hosting company retreats. The lake was engineered with two primary goals, water conservation and habitat preservation for fish and fowl. The property enjoys first class fishing, waterfowl, and hunting opportunity for the sportsman. “Dog’s Lake” is 26-acres at pool level, stocked with Florida hybrid largemouth bass, blue gill perch, catfish, and varieties of bait fish. The close proximity to the public boat ramp at Lake Brownwood makes the ranch and region an angler’s paradise. The main residence is comprised of 4,965 square feet of indoor living area with three bedrooms, three full-baths, two half-baths, a three-car garage, large pool, and an outdoor fireplace dining/entertaining area. The guest lodge consists of approximately 2,000 square-feet with a kitchenette, four bedrooms, gym, and a shop. All of which maintains the utmost privacy from neighbors and the paved farm-to-market road. Finding a land holding that is complete with a custom home, a lake of this magnitude, comprehensive guest facilities, elevation, and character is an extreme rarity in today’s fast paced market. The Facts: ~ 391.29± acres with over 3000’ of paved road frontage on FM 2632. ~ Large custom home 4,965 square foot (according to CAD). ~ Three bedrooms, three bathrooms, two half baths, three car garage, pool, and outdoor entertaining area. ~ 26-acre privately owned lake, built with fishing and waterfowl habitat priorities. ~ Brookesmith water supply co-op to house and guesthouse. ~ Abundance of surface water, with two other large stock tanks. ~ Barndominium guest quarters with four beds, two baths, living room, kitchenette, and a large porch. ~ Shop/garage with gym. ~ 40’X 25’ equipment shed. ~ One mile to Lake Brownwood. ~ Five miles to Brownwood, Texas. ~ 60 miles to Abilene, Texas. ~ 120 miles to Fort Worth, Texas. ~ No current onsite or active oil and gas production. ~ Large neighbors. ~ 130 feet of rolling elevation changes, with 180-degree broad views to the southeast. ~ Majority of the ranch is a mixture of good native cover for wildlife and some open pastures for grazing.
$3,200,000  •  305.46 acres
The Wolf Creek Sod Farm is comprised of 305± acres of prime Arapahoe County farmland. This income-producing property will make an immediate return and be a strong, longer-term development opportunity.
$18,000,000  •  3,325 acres
Encompassing 3,325± deeded acres in its own valley with over four miles of frontage on Upper Klamath Lake and over four miles of Denny Creek, Rock Creek Ranch is one of the premier agricultural, lifestyle, and conservation properties available in the Northwest. Owned and operated for over five decades by the same family, this best-in-class property represents the optimal combination of scenery, accessibility, privacy, water, wildlife, and agricultural productivity. The ranch is conveniently located 20 miles from Klamath Falls, the service center for the region, and an hour from the commercial airport in Medford, Oregon via State Highway 140. The property’s vibrant, irrigated meadows spread north across the valley floor to the lakeshore and are flanked by gently sloping timberlands consisting of pine, fir, and cedar. Building improvements complement the ranch and are highlighted by a tasteful and comfortable 5,500± square foot owner’s home remodeled in 2010. Featuring four bedrooms and four bathrooms, the residence is situated in a secluded location at the north end of the ranch and offers elevated views west across the lake to the forested slopes of the Cascades. Other improvements are clustered near the ranch entrance and include a modern log shop building, a small rock ranch house, and a historic well-maintained log barn built in the 1880s. An internal road network enables one to reach all parts of the ranch and includes a well-designed underpass below Highway 140 that provides access to the southern part of the property. Historically, Rock Creek Ranch was managed as part of a year-round cattle operation that included winter operations in northern California. The ranch is currently leased for seasonal grazing accommodating approximately 400 cows/calves and 1,600 yearling cattle for up to seven months of the year. The ranch also benefits from a private grazing lease that spreads across nearly 37,000± acres contiguous to the ranch. In addition, approximately 75 acres of the property is leased annually to Oregon State University to raise hay and potatoes. Supporting the agricultural operations are highly reliable surface and groundwater irrigation rights that cover approximately 1,000 acres. The property lies within Klamath County’s destination resort overlay zone, which offers the potential for expansive tourism development. The ranch is not covered by a conservation easement at the present time. However, because of the property’s size, location, zoning, and extensive frontage on Upper Klamath Lake, it is a prime candidate for one.
$3,575,000  •  446 acres
Clark’s Creek Ranch is located four miles east of Yoakum, TX, and 2.5 miles south of the community of Sweet Home, TX, roughly midway between Houston and San Antonio. Comprised of over 446 acres, the ranch fronts FM Highway 2543 for approximately 1,700 feet and has secondary access from LCR 418. The ranch is populated with different vegetation, brush, and tree species, as the soil variations would indicate. Ample tree populations of live oak, pecan, and mesquite are found throughout the ranch. The less desirable brush species such as huisache, McCartney rose and others are also well established. The soil makeup (Hallettsville series) varies across the ranch from heavy clays to sandy loams. The sandier soils on portions of the ranch are relativity still open and under maintenance by the grazing tenant. Typical water wells in the region would suggest reliable groundwater sources from the Gulf Coast Aquifer at depths of 200-600 feet. Regular game species would consist of whitetail deer, wild turkey, dove, duck, and feral pigs. Clark’s Creek Ranch has been under the same ownership for several decades, left undisturbed and untamed. It is the perfect candidate to invest in a family property that is easy to own from a distance, or on which to build a family compound.
$9,500,000  •  6,541 acres
The Tyler and Nettie Dodge Ranch represents an immaculate, blocked up, 6,541± deeded acre ranch just seven miles south of Wheatland. A perfectly balanced ranch with 770± acres under irrigation and 5,750± acres of excellent rangeland fenced into seven pastures. The ranch currently runs 1,400 yearlings from November to April while putting up 2,500 tons of quality hay. As a year-round operation, the ranch has comfortably supported 400 pairs. There are four sets of quality improvements that are modest, very comfortable, and well-maintained, including four homes and a complete set of ranch buildings and corrals. The topography of the ranch has a natural transition from the lower 5,000 feet irrigated bottoms that ease up into the hills and break at the south end topping out at 5,800 feet in the mahogany ridges. Loaded with wildlife, including mule deer, antelope, some upland birds, and elk. In summary, this is a very productive, private, and balanced ranch operation that is easy to get to and in excellent condition.
$44,650,000  •  30,054 acres
Iconic Wyoming Ranch, 36,781± acres located in the western Black Hills. Owned by the Hadley family since 1989. Runs 500 pairs year-round and 1,750 yearlings seasonally. Excellent big game hunting.
$170,000,000  •  64,672 acres
Boone Pickens’ Mesa Vista Ranch encompasses 100 square miles of prime Texas Panhandle ranchland distinguished by its improvements, water features, and pristine prairie landscape supporting a variety of native wildlife.
$2,500,000  •  173 acres
Located along the middle section of the Snake River in the most prolific portion of the Pacific Flyway, Old Teal Ranch is one of the top waterfowl properties available in the West today. The ranch consists of 173± acres in two separate tracts. The main parcel fronts on the north bank of the river with easy access to US Highway 30 and Interstate 84 and features 63± acres along with all of the building improvements on the ranch. The second parcel encompasses 110± acres of Schoffs Island, a large, undeveloped island in the center of the river just a quick boat ride from the ranch’s main tract. With the exception of approximately 13 acres at the downstream end of the island managed by Idaho Fish and Game and the Bureau of Land Management (BLM), Schoffs Island is completely owned and controlled by Old Teal Ranch. Several small islands owned by BLM lie along the north end of Schoffs Island creating additional river channels and backwaters and adding to the overall privacy of the setting. The ranch has been operated as a private hunting retreat for several decades. The main parcel features a comfortable three-bedroom, three-bath residence built by the previous owner in 1995. The home is situated on a high bluff with commanding views of the river, Schoffs Island, and the remainder of the ranch to the north. Two large, metal-sided storage buildings with overhead doors sit below the residence close to the river and are ideal for housing vehicles, boats, farm machinery, and hunting equipment. A concrete boat launch adjacent to the storage buildings provides convenient access to the island and the rest of the river. Included with the offering is a 25± foot river barge that facilitates the movement of equipment and ATVs between the main parcel and the island. The ranch is highlighted by excellent water rights that are used to irrigate cropland and fill duck ponds and create habitat on the property. Approximately 50 acres of the main parcel are used to raise alfalfa hay and can be easily converted to corn, other high-valued crops, or additional habitat areas. Water can be pumped from the river onto the island year-round for wildlife and habitat via a newly installed pump system. The centerpiece of the island is a 10± acre pond filled with river water that is a magnet for ducks and geese. In addition to waterfowl, the ranch and Snake River corridor are home to quail, pheasants, and mule deer. The deep channels, rock ledges, and shallow, sandy flats on either side of the island provide diverse fishing for trout, smallmouth bass, largemouth bass, catfish, carp, and even sturgeon that can grow to over ten feet in length. Old Teal Ranch is conveniently located 60 miles from the capital city of Boise, 110 miles from the resort community of Sun Valley, and 68 miles from the regional commercial center of Twin Falls.
$1,250,000  •  36.19 acres
Unimproved 36± acre offering in Diamond Star Ranch with valley views and access to private amenities, including private Eagle River access – all within minutes of Vail and Beaver Creek.
$20,000,000  •  15,708 acres
Now offered separately, the Mesa Vista Ranch – East Division encompasses 15,708± acres of prime Texas Panhandle ranchland with abundant water and pristine prairie landscape supporting a variety of native wildlife.
$12,500,000  •  16,966 acres
This historic 18,038± acre southeast Montana ranch stretches 15 miles end-to-end, bisected by three miles of Rosebud Creek meanders. A solid 500 AU operation with deer, antelope, and birds.
$23,500,000  •  4,050 acres
The Flying Y Ranch represents a near-perfect 4,050± deeded acre Wyoming ranch. It lies in a contiguous block of high-quality deeded land with approximately eight miles of the Laramie River passing through. The river meanders through the heart of the ranch creating a rich, fertile alluvial bottom, dense with healthy cottonwoods, willows, and thick stands of grasses. The terrain is gradual and consists mostly of irrigated and sub-irrigated pastures with the river bottom anchoring the ranch. There are 2,000± acres under flood irrigation and 830± acres of sub-irrigated pasture lands. These provide a more than adequate feed base for a cattle operation or a large-scale hay operation. There are two separate sets of improvements on each side of Brubaker Lane, both along the river. The west set of improvements serves as the headquarters and includes a beautiful three-bedroom owner’s residence as well as a manager’s house, shops, barns, and everything needed to operate the ranch. The improvements on the east side of Brubaker Lane serve primarily as a cattle handling facility. There is a nice calving barn with 25 calving pens, an additional barn with a functional apartment on the second level, multiple loafing barns, and a large corral setup. With over eight miles of river corridor and over half of the ranch under irrigation, the Flying Y comfortably sustains both livestock and wildlife. Hunting for elk, deer, and antelope is outstanding, and there is excellent fishing for brown and rainbow trout. In summary, the Flying Y Ranch is a completely private, well-balanced, river bottom ranch with extensive recreational amenities.
$15,500,000  •  4,515 acres
Tarva is a 4,515± acre wild quail plantation located in the Albany, Georgia quail belt adjacent to or in the immediate neighborhood of dozens of other highly coveted and similarly-managed properties. The diversity of habitat and wildlife makes this an exciting, all-season recreational hunting retreat. And, when not in the field, the circa 1850 historic main house, set among sprawling live oaks, is a showplace, meticulously preserved and outfitted in a comfortable southern style. Facts: ~ 4,515± acre quail plantation in the Albany quail belt in Baker & Dougherty Counties, Georgia. ~ Adjacent to or in the immediate neighborhood of other large recreational properties such as Pinebloom, Nilo, Pineland, Wildfair, Blue Springs, and Nonami. ~Thousands of acres of quail hunting habitat have undergone an intense management and restoration plan over the last several years yielding strong quail counts. In the 2022 and 2021 seasons, Tarva moved 6.8 and 6.1 coveys per hour hunted. ~ Phenomenal 30± and 7± acre dove fields. 150 to 160 class whitetail deer, abundant turkeys, and wood ducks galore. Tarva’s wildlife-rich diversity stretches the annual use of this property out across all hunting seasons. ~ This will only be the fourth sale since it was established by the Tarver family over 185 years ago. ~ Beautifully maintained and recently restored 7,300± square foot Greek Revival antebellum house circa 1850, offered furnished and featuring three bedrooms and three full and two half bathrooms. ~ Parklike grounds around the main house were also recently improved to create a fantastic outdoor entertaining area and showcase the beautiful and sprawling live oaks that frame the entrance drive and house. ~ Additional improvements around the main campus include a two-bedroom, two-bathroom guest cabin, three-bedroom guest house with kitchen, and a modest horse stable. ~ Other improvements include a manager’s house, an assistant manager’s house, and guest house, seven small concrete block tenant houses (only one is occupied), a farm shop, new grain bins, and equipment barn. ~ Entire eastern property line, shared with Nilo, is game-rich Cooleewahee Creek, a tributary to the Flint River. ~ 11± acre Hunter Lake, shallow water ~ Dozens of unique cypress-filled ponds scattered throughout the property that range in size between one and 125 acres. ~ Just 17 minutes to the Southwest Georgia Regional Airport. ~ Less than an hour’s drive north from Thomasville and three hours south of Atlanta. ~ Tarva is protected with a conversation easement held by Georgia Department of Natural Resources. ~ Tarva is offered furnished and with all of its operating equipment and tools.
$72,000,000  •  348 acres
Like the cold, clear waters of Flathead Lake, mystique surrounds Cromwell Island. It overlooks the legendary Wild Horse Island, where Salish and Kootenai historically swam their horses to keep them safe from rival tribes. In the 1930s, construction started on a dam near Polson, Montana, at the outlet of the Flathead River. Prior to its completion, in periods of low water, Cromwell Island became a peninsula connected to the shore. It is all but certain that the Native Americans historically herded their horses onto this peninsula before swimming them across to Wild Horse. Today, Cromwell Island is a full-time island, the entirety of which is now for sale. Flathead Lake, with almost 200 square miles of surface area and 185 miles of shoreline, is the largest natural freshwater lake west of the Mississippi River — Yes, even bigger than Lake Tahoe! To our knowledge, Cromwell Island, with almost 350 acres and nearly three miles of shoreline, is the largest private island in freshwater west of the Mississippi River that is under a single ownership. Like Loch Ness, Flathead even has its own monster. While the lore of a huge antlered monster living in the lake is rooted in the ancient oral histories of the Kootenai Tribe, recorded sightings of the creature date back to 1889 when a steamboat captain along with 100 passengers spotted a “whale-like” object on the water that dove after being shot at by one of the passengers. Somewhere along the way, locals dubbed the monster “Flessie”, an obvious “hat tip” to her counterpart in Scotland. Cromwell Island was purchased in the late 1980s by Robert M. Lee, a renowned automobile and antique arms collector, explorer, author, and conservationist. Before his death in 2016, Mr. Lee and his wife, Anne, partially completed construction of a monumental structure including over 45,000 square feet of living space that was to serve as their home full-time. Even in its unfinished state, it has a magnitude of presence reminiscent of Versailles. The mystique endures as Cromwell Island is now for sale and, with so many possibilities, a new owner will have the opportunity to write the next chapter of a storied place.
$3,500,000  •  124 acres
The 124± acre Copper Basin Ranch is an undeveloped national forest inholding located approximately 25 miles northeast of the resort community of Ketchum/Sun Valley over Trail Creek Pass and 40 miles from Mackay via Trail Creek Road and US Highway 93. The East Fork of the Big Lost River, a beautiful mid-sized freestone stream, flows for over a mile through the property providing outstanding trout fishing throughout its length. Star Hope and Wildhorse Creeks (two of the East Fork's main tributaries), along with the North Fork of the Big Lost and main stem Big Lost, are only a short distance away from the property and offer additional high-quality, easily accessible fishing opportunities. The remnant structures of a former homestead are the only improvements on the ranch. With a level, valley bottom topography, there are excellent building sites that offer enchanting views of the river and the surrounding peaks of the Pioneer and White Knob Mountains. Big Rocky Canyon opens onto the north side of the ranch and provides private access to the adjacent high country. The Salmon-Challis National Forest surrounds the ranch and offers miles of hiking, horseback riding, and big game hunting. Wildlife in the East Fork Valley includes elk, mule deer, moose, antelope, mountain goats, and upland game birds.
Hall and Hall

Hall and Hall
2290 Grant Road
Billings, MT 59012

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