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On the Cover 13 v Williams Fork Mountain Ranch

Listed by Mason & Morse Ranch Company

Farm & Ranch Selects 20 v Escalera Ranch

Listed by Capture Colorado LLC

28 v Indian Creek Ranch

Listed by Bachman & Associates, Inc.

30 Big Wall Ranch v

Listed by Bachman & Associates, Inc.

44 v Sheep Creek Ranch and Gould Ranch at Grand River Ranch

Listed by Mountain Marketing Associates, Ltd

Farm & Ranch Features

10 v Rancher’s Corner: Planning Your Ranch Fencing Submitted by

Reference 7 v Broker Index 8 v Property Index & Map

Classifieds 79 v Additional Properties in the Marketplace

Exquisite Estate in North Animas Valley Colorado La Plata County v Durango

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broker index All Seasons Real Estate...................................... 75

Harrigan Land Company LLC......................... 38

Macht-Liles Real Estate Group........................ 70

Arnold Realty Inc................................................ 58

Hayden Outdoors............................................... 25

Mason & Morse Ranch Company.................. 13

Bachman & Associates Inc............................... 28

Headquarters West, Ltd. Paul Groseta......................................................... 48

Mountain Marketing Associates, LTD............ 44

Berkshire Hathaway Home Services...............76 Boulder Mountain Realty, Inc.......................... 77 California Outdoor Properties......................... 22 Capture Colorado................................................16 Century 21 Hometown Realty......................... 73 The Chickering Company................................. 12 Clark & Associates Land Brokers, LLC......... 54 Coldwell Banker Trails West Realty, LTD........ 62

Headquarters West, Ltd. Sam Hubbell........................................................ 49 Headquarters West, Ltd. Walter Lane.......................................................... 47 Jordan and Co. Real Estate............................... 69 KL Realty.............................................................. 68 Keller Williams Realty Southwest Associates LLC Linda Crowther................................................... 66

Newman Realty................................................... 52 Ranch Marketing Associates.............................41 ReMax Red............................................................76 Steamboat Sotheby’s International Realty Ren Martyn........................................................... 34 Steamboat Sotheby’s International Realty Pam Vanetta......................................................... 32 Steamboat Village Brokers, LTD...................... 67

Colorado Ranch Company............................... 64

Keller Williams Realty Southwest Associates LLC Karen Overington............................................... 77

Fuller Real Estate................................................ 65

LIV Sotheby’s International Realty................. 35

Swan Land Company......................................... 56

Gunn & Associates Real Estate, Inc................71

Live Water Properties, LLC.............................. 63

Van Cleve Associates.......................................... 72

Indian Creek Ranch page 28

Stuart Ranches......................................................74

Creek Ranch Gem page 67

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property index Acres± County



148.............Gila..........................49 258............Cochise..................47 5,507.........Mohave...................48 58,920......Maricopa................48

California 4.................Mariposa................ 76

Acres± County

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272............Sonoma.................. 12

120............Huerfano............... 18



373............San Luis Obispo...73






9,948.........El Paso....................26




16,000.......Routt....................... 13


1,000.........Plumas.................... 12




1,397.........Plumas.................... 12

160.............Routt.......................34 176.............Grand.....................42



2,655.........Plumas.................... 12 3,680.........Mariposa................24





210.............Routt.......................32 218.............Montrose...............70




Colorado 9.................La Plata..................66 10...............Jefferson.................35 20...............Delta.......................70 23...............La Plata..................66 25...............Larimer...................35 29...............Delta.......................70 35...............Huerfano...............75 35...............Jefferson.................35 35...............Las Animas............75 35...............La Plata..................77 36...............Douglas..................35 36...............Routt.......................67 39...............La Plata..................66 41...............Jefferson.................35

235............Boulder..................68 271............Routt.......................32 273............Summit...................34 320............Grand.....................44

20...............Lewis and Clark...57 362............Deer Lodge............63 378............Carbon...................54 473............Beaverhead............57










3,050.........Lewis and Clark...56

428............Routt.......................33 430............Huerfano............... 19 441.............Huerfano...............20 529............Custer.....................27 560............Eagle.......................34 587............Routt.......................43

New Mexico


746.............Goshen...................52 785............Crook......................58 1,057.........Carbon...................43 1,160.........Crook......................58 1,237.........Platte.......................54 1,413.........Park.........................63 2,486.........Crook......................59 4,161..........Platte.......................54 26,466......Albany....................53

Outside the Region

120............Santa Fe.................62




2,300.........San Miguel.............56




3,463.........Rio Arriba..............40



640............Rio Blanco.............26

50...............Huerfano............... 18

642............Boulder.................. 41



53...............Huerfano............... 16






78...............Huerfano............... 16




1,096.........Park......................... 19






North Dakota

4,878.........Colfax.....................39 6,879.........Catron....................39

4,860......... Coahuila................57


5,000......... Coahuila................57

7,320.........Elko......................... 71

23,750...... Coahuila................57

9,450......... Coahuila................57


13...............San Luis Obispo...73



32...............San Luis Obispo...73


108.............Huerfano............... 17










South Dakota


120............Grand..................... 76





120............Huerfano............... 17



1,450.........Fall River................55


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Aleutians East 1 Aleutians West 2 Anchorage 3 Bethel 4 Bristol Bay 5 Denali 6 Dillingham 7 Fairbanks NorthStar 8 Haines 9 Juneau 10 KenaiPeninsula 11 Ketchikan Gateway 12 Kodiak Island 13 MatanskaSusitna 14 Lake and Peninsula 27 Nome 15 North Slope 16 Northwest Arctic 17 Prince of WalesOuter Ketchikan 18 Sitka 19 Skagway-HoonahAngoon 20 Southeast Fairbanks 21 ValdezCordova 22 WadeHampton 23 WrangellPetersburg 24 Yakutat 25 YukonKoyukuk 26


Apache Cochise Coconino Gila Graham Greenlee La Paz Maricopa Mohave Navajo Pima Pinal Santa Cruz Yavapai Yuma

California Alameda Alpine Amador Butte Calaveras Colusa

4 15 2 8 12 13 6 7 1 3 10 11 14 5 9

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CA Contra Costa 28 Del Norte 1 El Dorado 24 Fresno 44 Glenn 11 Humboldt 4 Imperial 57 Inyo 47 Kern 49 Kings 45 Lake 14 Lassen 7 Los Angeles 53 Madera 45 Marin 25 Mariposa 41 Mendocino 10 Merced 40 Modoc 3 Mono 37 Monterey 42 Napa 21 Nevada 18 Orange 54 Placer 19 Plumas 9 Riverside 55 Sacramento 23 San Benito 43 San Bernardino 50 San Diego 56 San Francisco 27 San Joaquin 29 San Luis Obispo 48 San Mateo 32 Santa Barbara 51 Santa Clara 39 Santa Cruz 38 Shasta 6 Sierra 13 Siskiyou 2 Solano 26 Solano 26 Sonoma 20 Stanislaus 34 Sutter 16 Tehama 8 Trinity 5 Tulare 46 Tuolumne 36 Ventura 52 Yolo 22 Yuba 17

Colorado Adams Alamosa Arapahoe Archuleta Baca Bent Boulder Chaffee

22 52 23 59 63 55 11 34

AZ NM Cheyenne Clear Creek Conejos Costilla Crowley Custer Delta Denver Dolores Douglas Eagle Elbert El Paso Fremont Garfield Gilpin Grand Gunnison Hinsdale Huerfano Jackson Jefferson Kiowa Kit Carson Lake La Plata Larimer Las Animas Lincoln Logan Mesa Mineral Moffat Montezuma Montrose Morgan Otero Ouray Park Phillips Pitkin Prowers Pueblo Rio Blanco Rio Grande Routt Saguache San Juan San Miguel Sedgwick Summit Teller Washington Weld Yuma

Hawaii Hawaii Honolulu

37 18 60 61 45 43 32 21 47 28 16 29 36 39 15 19 10 33 49 53 3 20 46 31 26 58 4 62 30 6 24 50 1 57 38 12 54 41 27 8 25 56 44 9 51 2 42 48 40 7 17 35 13 5 14

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Valley Washington Kalawao Kauai Maui


Ada Adams Bannock Bear Lake Benewah Bingham Blaine Boise Bonner Bonneville Boundary Butte Camas Canyon Caribou Cassia Clark Clearwater Custer Elmore Franklin Fremont Gem Gooding Idaho Jefferson Jerome Kootenai Latah Lemhi Lewis Lincoln Madison Minidoka Nez Perce Oneida Owyhee Payette Power Shoshone Teton Twin Falls

3 4 5

23 11 40 44 4 34 26 17 2 35 1 19 25 22 41 38 20 7 18 24 43 21 16 31 10 27 37 3 6 14 9 32 28 33 8 42 30 15 39 5 29 36


13 12

Beaverhead 46 Big Horn 54 Blaine 8 Broadwater 35 Carbon 52 Carter 56 Cascade 22 Choteau 17 Custer 42 Daniels 11 Dawson 28 Deer Lodge 32 Fallon 45 Fergus 24 Flathead 2 Gallatin 48 Garfield 26 Glacier 3 Golden Valley 28 Granite 31 Hill 7 Jefferson 34 Judith Basin 23 Lake 15 Lewis and Clark 21 Liberty 6 Lincoln 1 Madison 47 Mc Cone 27 Meagher 36 Mineral 18 Missoula 19 Musselshell 39 Park 49 Petroleum 25 Phillips 9 Pondera 4 Powder River 55 Powell 20 Prairie 43 Ravalli 30 Richland 29 Roosevelt 12 Rosebud 40 Sanders 14 Sheridan 13

Silver Bow Stillwater Sweet Grass Teton Toole Treasure Valley Wheatland Wibaux Yellowstone


Carson City Churchill Clark Douglas Elko Esmeralda Eureka Humboldt Lander Lincoln Lyon Mineral Nye Pershing Storey Washoe White Pine

33 51 50 16 5 41 10 37 44 53

8 11 17 12 3 15 6 2 5 16 10 13 14 4 9 1 7

New Mexico Bernalillo Catron Chaves Cibola Colfax Curry De Baca Dona Ana Eddy Grant Guadalupe Harding Hidalgo Lea Lincoln Los Alamos Luna McKinley Mora

14 19 27 13 4 23 22 31 32 24 17 12 29 33 21 8 30 6 10

Otero Quay Rio Arriba Roosevelt Sandoval San Juan San Miguel Santa Fe Sierra Socorro Taos Torrance Union Valencia


Baker Benton Clackamas Clatsop Columbia Coos Crook Curry Deschutes Douglas Gilliam Grant Harney Hood River Jackson Jefferson Josephine Klamath Lake Lane Lincoln Linn Malheur Marion Morrow Multnomah Polk Sherman Tillamook Umatilla Union Wallowa Wasco Washington

26 18 2 28 7 1 11 9 25 20 3 16 5 15

24 19 18 1 2 28 27 30 26 29 9 23 35 6 32 21 31 33 34 25 15 20 36 17 10 5 16 8 3 11 12 13 7 4

Wheeler Yamhill


Beaver Box Elder Cache Carbon Daggett Davis Duchesne Emery Garfield Grand Iron Juab Kane Millard Morgan Piute Rich Salt Lake San Juan Sanpete Sevier Summit Tooele Uintah Utah Wasatch Washington Wayne Weber

22 14

19 1 2 18 10 6 14 21 26 22 25 11 29 16 7 23 3 8 27 17 20 9 4 15 12 13 28 24 5


Adams Asotin Benton Chelan Clallam Clark Columbia Cowlitz Douglas Ferry Franklin Garfield Grant Grays Harbor Island

21 34 29 11 8 37 32 36 12 4 30 33 20 23 9

Jefferson King Kitsap Kittitas Klickitat Lewis Lincoln Mason Okanogan Pacific Pend Oreille Pierce San Juan Skagit Skamania Snohomish Spokane Stevens Thurston Wahkiakum Walla Walla Whatcom Whitman Yakima

Wyoming Albany Big Horn Campbell Carbon Converse Crook Fremont Goshen Hot Springs Johnson Laramie Lincoln Natrona Niobrara Park Platte Sheridan Sublette Sweetwater Teton Uinta Washakie Weston

15 18 17 19 39 27 13 16 3 26 6 25 1 7 38 10 14 5 24 35 31 2 22 28

20 3 6 19 15 7 8 22 9 5 23 12 14 16 2 21 4 13 18 1 17 10 11

Rancher’s Corner Planning Your Ranch Fencing: Often-Missed, But Important Points Submitted by

Zoning Codes Zoning codes are important to consider because these codes will be able to tell you if you can install the fence where you would like for it to be built on your property. These local codes can also tell you how long a continuous single fence may be. These are determined by the city so it is important to follow these codes as well as keeping the fence on your property and not someone else’s property. If you do not follow these codes then you could be asked to move your fence line and may face a fine from the city ordinance office. If you Google “fence zoning codes” + your city and state you’ll be able to quickly find the zoning codes for the area where you are building your fence.

Locate Utilities, etc. BEFORE Digging You’ll need to locate any possible utility cables or piping before you start digging. The best way to do this is calling 811 which will connect you to a local department able to help you. Check out when-to-call/fence.aspx for more details on this.

When planning how you are going to fence in an enclosure, you should consider the entire installation process. In order to make installation easier or at least move along smoother, you should do some research before you begin to install the fencing. There are many often-missed factors that may complicate the installation process so it is important that you know what they are before you begin building and installing the fence.


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Natural Terrain The natural terrain of your property is another factor to consider before you begin building and installing the fence. Terrain issues to look out for is rocky

areas, creeks or streams as some states have ordinances about water access and animals being in the same vicinity, as well as trees and their roots. If your property has any of these terrain factors, it is recommended that you make a sketch or blue print of your property in order to decide how the fence line will circumnavigate these problems in the terrain. Keep in mind that some types of fencing is more suited to rough or varying terrain. For example, wood rail and noclimb fencing can be more difficult to set up evenly across rolling hills, whereas polymer rail (like Centaur Fence’s product) or line fencing will adapt easily. You should avoid rocky areas because it is difficult to secure posts in these areas and it is often dangerous for horses to be around the rocky areas. If your state has an ordinance against animals having

a problem and you may not be able to remove the fence post completely.

Post Distance Depending on the terrain in the enclosed area, the distance between fence posts may vary. Generally, posts are built 8 to 12 feet apart but if the terrain has some of the factors as listed above in the Natural Terrain section, posts may need to be closer together but generally no further than 12 feet apart. This applies to rocky terrain or navigating through trees.

Soil Type One of the most important aspects of building the fence is how secure the posts are in the ground. Different soil types may present challenges when you are trying to install your fence. You may have

Gates It is important to plan out where you are going to place gates so that you can make the most use of your property. Gates should allow enough space for vehicles to pass through the pasture. You should place gates away from corners and preferably in the middle of the fence line as this allows for a stronger fence line. This reduces the risk of horses being caught or trapped in the corner of the fence when the gate is opened to turn other horses out or to bring in horses. This will also help eliminate the risk of you being trapped in a corner as well. access to streams or creeks within their enclosures, you must find a way for the fence to avoid the water access or be able to close off the water access from animal contamination with a separate fence line. Depending on the type of tree, it may be unhealthy for the horse to be given the opportunity to eat the tree bark or to eat the fruit of the tree (i.e. acorns). It is also difficult to secure posts because of tree roots that stretch out underground. Tree roots can also grow around fence posts so if you would need to take down the fence post for any reason, it may cause

areas that present multiple soil types so it is wise to research soil types and have your soil tested for the percentage of clay, limestone, loam, sand, etc. before you begin building your fence. Rocky or clay areas make it difficult to secure posts as well as areas that frequently experience rain. Mud weakens the strength of a post in the ground because the soil beneath the surface is wet. Fencing in these problem areas may require to be set in the ground in concrete to further anchor the fence posts. Here are some great tips on installing posts in rocky soil, and in sandy soil.

Here at we focus on what matters most when it comes to horse fencing: the safety of your horse. In 1980 when Centaur founder Ed Robbins witnessed a tragic horse fencing accident he set out to create a safe horse fence. Now, over thirty years later, the Centaur product is one of the safest products on the market and maintains the high quality workmanship that has made Centaur a household brand in horse fencing. For more information, contact us at 815-495-5380, info@centaurfencing. net or visit us at Volume 59 Farm&Ranch West


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Cover Ranch

WILLIAMS FORK MOUNTAIN RANCH Colorado v Routt County v Hayden

Sealed Bid Auction Auction Details • Sealed bid auction • Bids due by September 1, 2015 • Subject to qualified bidders and seller confirmation

Williams Fork Mountain Ranch is a pristine mountain wildlife property with an exceptional location on the north flank of the Flattop Mountain Range in Northern Colorado and home of the White River Elk herd, the largest in the US. The property consists of 16,000± acres (13,973± acres deeded) with rolling mountains, aspen groves,





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game hunting with resident and migratory

airport and 45 minutes from Steamboat.

with a number of giant draws with large Aspen

elk herds, deer, antelope, bear and lion

The property is nested along the northern

forests on the northern exposures, making

present as well as a livestock operation with

slope of the Williams Fork Mountains.

for near perfect elk habitat. Currently, there is

summer grazing capacity for 500+ head. The

The Williams Fork River runs through the

summer grazing lease for sheep on a portion

mix of size, geography, vegetation, water and

southern end of the property for a short

of the ranch and a farm lease on the cropland.

location makes this one of the greatest big

stretch and the Routt National Forest and

The hunting rights are open and available to

game properties being offered in the Western

Flattop Wilderness Area are within 5 – 10

the new owner in the 2015 season.

US. The property has excellent Conservation

miles. The ranch varies in elevation from

This is one of those rare properties to have

Easement potential and also been enrolled

6,900 to 7,900 feet, and receives 16-20 inches

both a resident and migratory White River

and could be easily re-enrolled in the State of

of precipitation per year.

Elk herd. It is estimated that this herd is over

Colorado’s Ranching For Wildlife program. Located 8 - 15 miles south of Hayden, Colorado







37,000 elk with a bull:cow ratio of 27:100. It


is common to see 500+ head of elk on the


panoramic views of rim rock formations and

property daily during hunting season. The

Steamboat Springs, Williams Fork Mountain

the Flattop Wilderness Area. The property is

property is also very accessible due to the

Ranch offers the finest in recreation and

gently rolling hills of cropland and grassland

internal trails, gravel roads and natural layout.

resort activities and is within 15 minutes

on the north end and grades upward in

In addition to the large population of elk, the

from the Yampa Valley Regional commercial

elevation through sage and brush covered hills

property is inhabited by mule deer, mountain



The ranch is best described as a premier

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grouse, pronghorn antelope, black bears,

located in the Game Management Unit 13,

recreational mecca. A blank canvas for the new

coyotes, bobcats and mountain lions.

which is one of Colorado’s most prolific big

owner to improve, enhance and guide into

game units and has been a very successful

future programs offers a significant value.

The big game hunting opportunity offers tremendous value to the owner. The State of

hunting area in Colorado.

The natural landscape and endless beauty of

Colorado, Division of Parks and Wildlife (CPW)

Water on the ranch is provided by wells,

the Williams Fork Mountain Ranch combined

– Ranching for Wildlife (RFW) program and

perennial streams and several developed springs.

with its ranching and hunting characteristics

the possibility for a Conservation Easement

There are also several stock watering ponds on

allows for an excellent resource and land

provide a great opportunity for the owner to

the property. A complete list is available.

investment not otherwise available in the

capitalize on two very unique and sought after

A 1,200 square foot modular bunkhouse is

options. The property was previously enrolled

conveniently accessed off CR 53. There is a metal

through 2014 in the Ranching for Wildlife

shop at the cropland area. There are numerous

For more information, please contact John

program where it received 45 elk hunting

and amazing sites for future buildings.

Stratman at 303-912-8807 or Robb Van Pelt

central Rockies. v

at 970-948-0423.

permits for both private and public hunts. The

The Williams Fork Mountain Ranch is a

ranch was rated with the Tier A designation

unique offering with its sheer size of pristine

Send Sealed Bids to Mason & Morse Ranch

under the RFW program, which allowed the

wildlife habitat. The excellent big game hunting

Company, 2001 Blake Street, Suite 2A,

ranch to set the hunting seasons and tags

with particular emphasis on large quantity

Glenwood Springs, CO 81601.

in cooperation with the CWP. The ranch is

of elk tags makes this an ideal outfitting/

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Bright and Early Ranch Colorado v Huerfano County v Cuchara


This spectacular Cuchara River property is located at 13228 Hwy 12, just north of the quaint village of Cuchara. The ranch includes 52.67 acres with a portion of Chaparral Canyon and Chaparral Creek running through this “one-of-a-kind” property. The main house was originally built in 1915 and has been remodeled recently adding a master suite, master bath and deck overlooking the pond and river. The home is fed by an adjudicated spring and includes an additional three bedrooms, two bathrooms and country kitchen where artist, Shawn Bridges, has put her touch. Four historic barns grace this ranch with the main barn being the “Bright and Early” barn, known by tourists and locals alike as a landmark. The ranch also has an RV barn and has all hookups necessary for guests. Ranch is well known for its miniature donkey population. Rarely do we find properties with such an incredible history for sale on Highway 12. This one is a must see and priced to sell! $990,000. Jacky Christian, Listing Broker, 719-469-4545.

Lookout Pointe Colorado v Huerfano County v La Veta/ Walsenburg


This 78-acre ranch is located between La Veta and Walsenburg and approximately two miles south of Highway 160. The main home has over 5,700 square feet of luxury living. The home has five bedrooms, six baths, a formal dining room, chef’s kitchen with an additional dining area, office, great room with kiva fireplace and views of the breathtaking, Spanish Peaks. This property will be sold impeccably furnished and sold with very limited exclusions. Master suite has a jacuzzi tub with Spanish Peak views and his and her baths. Four bedrooms and two baths are on the lower walk-out level and newly remodeled. A three-car garage, a tennis court and best of all, a one-bedroom guesthouse are a few of the numerous amenities that make this ranch an unbelievable opportunity! The ranch is a mix of cedar, pinon pine and juniper with a pond where the wild mustangs of River Ridge Ranch frequent. $895,000. Jacky Christian, Listing Broker, 719-469-4545.


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Pass Creek Ranch Colorado v Huerfano County v Gardner


This 120-acre ranch lies at the foothills of the Sangre de Cristo Mountain Range in Huerfano County. The home was built in the 1940s and has two bedrooms and one bath. The property is contiguous with BLM and has water rights. Approximately 40 acres were used for alfalfa. The property includes numerous historic barns, corrals and a 6000 square-foot heated and insulated shop with RV doors. Pass Creek runs on this ranch and a seasonal pond for wildlife and water storage. Apple, Plum, Cottonwood, Gamble Oak, and Pine dot the landscape of this beautiful property near Gardner. Motivated Seller $495,000. Contact Jacky Christian (719)469-4545 or Arica Andreatta (719)251-3691.

Big Horn Ranch Colorado v Huerfano County v La Veta


This 108± acre pristine ranch is home to any Big Horn sheep, elk, prong horns, bear and white tail deer. Located in Southern Colorado and approximately 13 miles north of the quaint town of LaVeta, Colorado. The ranch is located in Major’s Ranch, phase three and has two strong wells, one of which services a beauti-

ful 3,400± square-foot, three bedroom, two and one half bath, Spanish-style home with a courtyard entry. The great room has a large Kiva fireplace with a woodstove insert. Expansive views include Silver Mountain, Sheep Mountain, the Sangre de Cristos Range and Greenhorn Mountain. Dyke walls, seasonal pond, abundant wildlife and private access to numerous acres of BLM and contiguous with over 1,500 acres in state trust land makes for hunting and outdoor enjoyment. $498,000. Jacky Christian, 719-4694545 or Karen Boynton, 806-535-5239.

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Spanish Peaks Bella Vista Colorado v Huerfano County v La Veta


Magnificent views of the East and West Spanish Peak with Middle Creek meandering through this 50+ acre ranch. Home is architecturally designed with the finest finishes. The home includes four bedrooms, four baths, an attached three-car garage and newly built barn. Just three miles from the quaint town of LaVeta, Colorado. The property borders private ranches and is fully fenced. Southern Colorado at its finest with hiking, camping, hunting, cross-country skiing, golfing and abundant wildlife. $1,290,000. Jacky Christian, 719-469-4545 or Office 719-742-6000.


160Âą acres bordered on seven sides by San Isabel National Forest. There is a spectacular meadow with Indian Creek and Price Canyon Creek running on the west side of the meadow. Remains of two homesteads stand as a reminder of days gone by. This is a one-of-a-kind property just 5.5 miles from The Highway of Legends (State Highway 12) and the Grandote Peaks Golf Course in La Veta Colorado. Springs on the property and minerals included. Property can be divided. Owner carry potential. Reduced to $795,000. Jacky Christian, Listing Broker, 719-469-4545.


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Indian Creek Meadow Colorado v Huerfano County v La Veta


Circle E Ranch is a pristine 1,096acre recreational/hunting ranch a few miles from the mountain town

Circle E Ranch Colorado v Park County v Guffey

of Guffey and less than two hours southwest of Colorado Springs. The absolutely immaculate luxury, 4,646 square-foot custom-crafted log home, built with giant 18-24” Swedish cope logs, overlooks spring-fed trout ponds, aspen, spruce and pine groves mixed with grass covered hillsides and massive views in all directions. Exquisitely furnished and 100% turn-key, an optional additional 700acre hunting lease - five domestic water wells - perimeter and cross fencing - two spring-fed trout ponds – electric - phone and septic – Internet – television – equestrian – fishing – hiking - ATVing. The ranch also offers hunting/viewing of elk - mule deer – turkey - bear - mountain lion. Located in an over-the-counter elk tag GMU – year-round access on gravel county road and it’s just 90 minutes to skiing. The ranch is turn-key and furnished! $4,395,000. Jim Vidamour, 386 299-5163.

Silverosa Ranch Colorado v Huerfano County v Walsenburg


Nestled in the foothills of Silver Mountain with spectacular views of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, the stunningly beautiful 430-acre Silverosa Ranch is known for its premier hunting opportunities and private access to 1,600+ acres of BLM land. This remote, pristine wildlife habitat is home to a large elk herd, bear, mountain lion, deer, wild turkey and more! The ranch features varied terrain with high and low meadows, rolling hills, valleys and castle-like dike wall formations. Silverosa’s 1,157+-square-foot cabin, built in 2013, is perfectly situated to take advantage of dramatic, sweeping views and abundant wildlife. The property includes an adjudicated spring, good well, wildlife troughs, access roads to the mesa-top meadows, a 2,500-square-foot quonset hut and small guest cabin. This wonderful property is priced to sell at $995,000. Colette Campbell, 505-908-0464.

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Escalera Ranch


Colorado v Huerfano County v La Veta

441.42 acres of one of the most magnificent Southern Colorado ranches at 11411 Highway 12, known as “The Scenic Highway of Legends”. Featured in the top 50 “Ranches of Colorado” by John Fielder, this ranch has 150± acres of mountain meadows, 9 river hay meadows and one large upper meadow with well water piped to three upper stock tanks. The upper meadow includes a round pen and two working areas. 1.2-acre pond stocked with German Brown Trout, Rainbow Trout and Brookies. Alpacas to stay with the ranch for tax status. Over 1 mile of Cucharas River with ranch ownership of both sides and adjudicated water rights for evaporation to 9 drop structures, front-entry pond and bridge pond. Paved roads to the home and to both barns allowing vehicle access and accessibility for horse-drawn carriages. Main house includes miraculous floating stairway


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to loft bedroom, custom cabinetry from historic reclaimed barn wood and an additional ranch manager apartment. Equipment barn contains 6 and antique metal roofing. Main house basement includes wine cellar stalls. Both barns include in-floor radiant heat throughout, including the and well water treatment center and heating equipment for radiant floor high-bay working areas. Main barn contains guest suite, office and art/ heating. Sliding glass doors and windows in the main home make up the pottery studio. Colorado Open Lands Conservation Easement includes 2 south, east and north walls, which bring the outdoors inside your living additional building sites. Views include 360 degrees of diverse topography: and dining areas and provide solar heating in the winter. Glass walls open spectacular dike wall views of the staircase to Heaven, the Spanish Peaks, to the deck that overlooks the riverside and white waterfalls and rapids. Raspberry Mountain, Culebra Mountain Range, endless open meadows Master bedroom suite with custom solid wood entry door connected and over a mile of river running through the property. $4,500,000. by a walking bridge overlooking the riverside. Dry stack stone retaining Cantrell Family Trust ranch water rights included. If tract 7 with 70 wall behind and surrounding the main house and master bedroom acres is subtracted from the ranch, price is reduced to $3,500,000. complements the rustic feel. Carriage barn includes 3 stalls, a wash stall Contact Jacky Christian, 719 469-4545. v

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White Oak Ranch and Vineyard


California v Mendocino County v Hopland

California’s premier wine country estate where Mediterranean refinement blends with Western tradition. The White Oak is a large-scale production vineyard that affords the discerning buyer the opportunity to step into this quintessential lifestyle at a level that rarely comes to market: 255 acres with 130 acres planted being sold to some of California’s most renowned wineries, 10,000 square-foot villa, professional equestrian arena, multiple outbuildings, second house, perfected water rights, almost a mile of Russian River frontage, ponds, etc. $ 21,000,000. Jim Martin, 707.272.5507. Video available on You Tube.

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BV4 Ranch


California v Siskiyou County v Dorris

Certified organic alfalfa ranch just outside of Dorris. 553 acres with 525 acres under irrigation. Four Reinke 3-wheel drive automated pivots with phone link remote, 700-ton capacity pole barn, well with new 300 HP turbine, new pump, new 350 HP VFD and all-new electrical and power systems. Alfalfa, clover and rye planted in 2013 and 2014. Soil deep ripped and amended for high-yield performance. $3,900,000. Kathy and Glen, 530.643.1336.

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Longview Ranch California v Calaveras County v Mokelumne Hill


422-acre family ranch with custom-built 6,000+/- square-foot hand-honed, open-beam and stone log home overlooks the beautiful Mokelumne River Canyon and Butte Mountain. The 5,750 square-foot cedar-sided guesthouse has a 30x45 attached garage, Pebbletech swimming pool, carved rock waterfall and entertainment area with breathtaking canyon and river views, 10 stall horse barn and 7,500 square-foot insulated steel building with warehouse. Miles of riding trails and five nearby fishing lakes. Recently reduced to $4,199,000. Steve DePalma, 530.306.4709. Video available on You Tube.

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Eagle Creek Ranch California v Trinity County v Coffee Creek


This amazing property has all the old charm and history of the Old West. The ranch sits on five parcels totaling 116± acres of prime agricultural and ranch land. WATER GALORE! Not only do you have pre-1914 water rights to the Trinity River with canal fed irrigation, there are also deeded water rights to the two year-round creeks on the property. Fishing, hunting, hiking, horseback riding and just about everything nature can offer is all here. The two houses were extensively and tastefully remodeled in the early 90s. $1,799,000. Doren Morgan, 916.216.3003. Video available on YouTube.

Oasis Springs Ranch California v Tehama County v Paynes Creek


This property has been used for winter cattle grazing but has so much potential for other uses too: residential, hunting or just for recreation. There are many potential home sites that offer territorial views of Mt. Lassen and the Battle Creek Basin, or choose secluded meadow and pond views instead. The ranch has four different gated accesses to state-maintained Highway 36, miles of good gravel roads and is mostly fenced. This property boasts a year-round spring, creek and pond, and also has additional seasonal creeks and ponds for approximately six months of the year. $1,975,000. Scott Soder, 530.727.7572.

Majestic Creek-Side Estate California v Shasta County v Cottonwood


This amazing 50+ acre property offers luxury, privacy, indoor and outdoor living, three bay shop, horse and hay barn, 43-acre fenced pasture and lane to picnic area and creek-side on year-round Cottonwood Creek. There is a large barn; round pen and cattle squeeze in a separate fenced and gated area. The three bay 1,700 square-foot shop/garage offers much more than would be expected. The property is fully landscaped, with stone paths, fire pit, outdoor kitchen with gas BBQ, concrete counter, sink and refrigerator. $1,690,000. Contact Donna & Rich, 530.336.6869. Video available on YouTube.

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Shilling Yosemite Ranch California v Mariposa County v Coulterville


Shilling Yosemite Ranch features 3,680± acres, and 19 parcels; 16 of them are zoned mountain preserve and three parcels are zoned exclusive agriculture and in the Williamson Act. Yosemite is just 25 miles away. Fenced/cross-fenced for livestock, with springs and ponds supplying year round water. Raise livestock, horseback riding, hiking, hunting, vineyards and of course gold mining. Located in the D-6 zone, hunt for trophy black tail deer and black bear as well as turkey, quail and doves, and the golfer will be happy with several golfing choices! $4,999,000. Contact Todd Renfrew, 707.365.5064. Video available on YouTube.

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Keene Ranch California v Kern County v Tehachapi


The 8,940±-acre ranch lies just eight miles from Tehachapi, which is two hours from downtown Los Angeles between Golden Hills and Bear Valley, making this a prime development opportunity. A cattle ranch with oak covered grasslands, pine trees, and year-round springs. Equestrian ranch with amazing trails and beautiful valleys; a ranch teaming with wildlife, deer, elk, bear, quail and more. *Video available on YouTube. $11,635,000. Todd Renfrew, 707 365-5064.

Betz Ranch California v Nevada County v Grass Valley


Stunning 6,750 square-foot home with a 1,500 square-foot guesthouse. The main home opens up to the shore of a beautiful lake teaming with fish and waterfowl. Recreation possibilities are endless. There is a four-stall barn and several paddocks for horses, a fenced arena, and over 100 acres to ride on. Swim in the pool, take a boat out on the lake to fish, paddleboard for some relaxing exercise. There is plenty of space and terrain for ATVs, hunting and trap shooting. The majority of the property is high fenced for a private herd of fallow deer. $4,490,000. Sandy Ballou, 916-261-8192. Video available on You Tube.

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SW Kansas Irrigation

4,114± Acres

Kansas v Kearny County v Lakin

Located near Garden City, Kansas is a large farm operation that’s very hard to find all in one location. With approximately 4,114 acres, 25 irrigated pivots and farm headquarters and homes, this profit generating farm operation is an excellent income property and long-term investment. This property is located on Highway 25 from 2-5 miles south of Lakin, within 3 miles of the Arkansas River. The entire property has 25 pivots and 24 irrigation wells, all within five miles of each other. The land is level to gently rolling at an elevation of 3,000 feet and growing seasons are favorable for outstanding corn, potato, sorghum and alfalfa production. Southwest Kansas is the national center for commercial cattle feed lots, and there are 60 lots within 60 miles of this property. Currently there is a mix of potatoes, alfalfa and corn planted on the circles, with corners in grass or not planted. The “Home Farm” consists of 17 pivots, the “East Farm” consists of 4 pivots and the “North Farm” consists of 4 pivots. The main property consists of 17 wells, which are tied together for maximum water delivery to all circles, and all 24 wells were tested in 2014. They average 830 gallons per minute and there is an average of 2.18 feet of water per acre permitted. Twenty-four pivots have NG motors powered by pipeline gas and one pivot has an electric motor. All sprinklers are Reinke aluminum with “Ontrac irrigation system monitoring” and are powered by electricity from Wheatland Electric. The improvements consist of an 1,848 square-foot ranch home with three bedrooms, two baths and a three-car detached garage. At the farm operation headquarters there is a 70'x150' shop building, a 22'x36' office and scale house with a 73' scale, a 30'x60' farm building and two mobile homes. Mineral rights are subject to prior reservation of record and seller will convey the surface rights only. This large farm is an exceptional income generating operation that is hard to find and would be ideal for farm investment firms or local farms looking to add to their operation. Contact John Leo Hayden for an exclusive tour of this Southwest Kansas irrigated farm. $19,335,800. Leo Hayden,

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Colorado Springs LV Ranch 9,948 Acres

Colorado v El Paso County v El Paso


Historic Colorado Springs ranch with top notch development potential! Just a few miles east of Colorado Springs along Colorado State Highway 94, there are 4.25± miles of frontage along the state highway that make this ranch highly coveted for development. In place are development entitlements on 1,200+ acres of the ranch that include PID Planned Industrial zoning, PBP Planned Business Park zoning, RR2 Rural Residential 2.5-acre zoning with sketch plans filed. The ranch surrounds Schriever Air Force Base on three sides. Currently the ranch is set up perfectly and efficiently for cattle grazing and is fenced and cross-fenced into numerous pastures. The ranch is very efficiently watered with several wells, runoff dams and an extensive pipeline system with stock tanks and shutoff valves. There is an extensive set of improvements, including an older two-story home, shop/machine shed, hay shed, quanset, cattle barns, corrals and working facilities, scales, grain bins and many other small storage type buildings. This is a highly desirable offering for the buyer with the vision to the future. $8,950,000. Jim Digby:

Hartsel Springs Ranch 4,637 Acres

Colorado v Park County v Hartsel


Hartsel Springs Ranch is 3,439± acres, which includes the homestead and the majority if not all of the ranch improvements. The improvements include a large guest lodge, several cabins and accessory buildings. Current agricultural operations include livestock grazing inclusive of cattle and horses; horses are bred for ranch use and for guided trail rides. The property currently serves as a guest ranch with guest lodge consisting of six suites, all with a private bathroom; living area, meeting and sitting area; dining area and commercial kitchen and service area inclusive of public restrooms, staff bath, storage areas and laundry. In addition, accessory buildings inclusive of six cabins, entertaining complexes known as the “party barn” and “pool house” as well as work buildings and agriculture structures complete the homestead. The ranch is in the montane ecosystem that is found between 6,000 and 9,000 feet in elevation and is typified by open Ponderosa pine, Douglas fir and aspen woodlands, short-grass prairie grasses and a mixture of shrub and wildflower varieties. The vast, rich grasslands were what attracted ranchers and settlers to stay in this region after the gold rush. The ridges and hillsides being a bit more rugged are home to the pine, fir and quaking aspen. $3,800,000. Rick Peden,

Trail Canyon Ranch 640 Acres

Colorado v Rio Blanco County v Rangely


Trail Canyon Ranch is an end-of-the-road property that is secluded and

Two Mountain Ranch

a special place! Trail Canyon’s improvements are nestled in the back of

1,280 Acres

the property in an awesome setting featuring dark timber and a great view

Colorado v Moffat County v Slater

down the valley. Trail Canyon Ranch has been landscaped with a unique mixture of flowers and plants, along with antique ranch implements that add to the charm of the setting. The hunting unit offers very good elk hunting and excellent deer hunting. The landowner receives deer tags for the unit, which is well known for producing trophy mule deer. There is an abundance of black bear, mountain lions and other game to pursue in the area. The property is surrounded by Government land allowing thousands of acres to hike, 4-wheel, bike or horseback ride right from your doorstep! If you are looking for a private beautiful setting, with very nice improvements and great hunting opportunities, you need to consider ownership of Trail Canyon Ranch. $1,599,000. Bill Rodgers,


This is a great opportunity to hunt bull elk during the rut and big mule deer bucks during the rut with a rifle in Colorado’s Unit 5. The ranch is currently enrolled in the Ranching for Wildlife program as part of the Snake River Ranch unit and has four bull elk vouchers and two mule deer vouchers associated with the property. An owner could either use these vouchers for their own personal use or the outfitter will purchase them from the owner for $3,500 each. There are small pockets filled with serviceberry bushes and aspen trees to provide great cover for game. On the east side there are much larger groves of aspen trees and cover. This property is very secluded and private as it has two mountains: Camel Back Mountain and Bible Back Mountain. This property backs up to BLM lands on two sides, but the bulk of the hunting in the area is on this property! This property is three miles from the Wyoming border and the east end backs up to the Routt County line. The topography

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$1,472,000. Lonnie Gustin,

Jackson Ranch 528.64 Acres

Colorado v Custer County v Westcliffe


Rarely does a large-acreage hay ranch come on the market in the Wet Mountain Valley. The Jackson Ranch is 528.64 acres and a perfectly placed home built in 2010. The 3,665-square-foot home has a semi-arched footprint

Pratt County Half Section 315 Acres

Kansas v Pratt County v Cullison


to take full advantage of the views to the lush valley and high mountains 315 acres of highly productive farm-ground located in South Central beyond. There are seven outbuildings that have been brought back to their Kansas with easy elevator access. The parcel features 142 acres under original glory and painted the red of farms past. The ranch consists of 528.64 pivot featuring a Zimmatic System with full water right. 50% Minerals are acres, of which 370 are irrigated hay ground with water rights and the balance included in the price. 2014 corn yield was 237 bu. The property has some being dryland pasture. Approximately 7 acres are carved out for the rich, well- nice draws that will hunt Whitetail with Pheasant and Quail present as groomed landscape around the home and barns. Access is excellent from the well. This piece will be a quality addition to your land portfolio providing state highway but the home is set well away, built sound and landscaped to excellent investment options. Legal for this property is East 1/2 of 18eliminate any outside noise. Jackson Ranch is beautiful, useful, productive 28-14 (less 5 acres and home) Pratt County and is two miles south of and available. $1,800,000. Twila Geroux,

Yutan Outdoorsman Paradise NE 160 Acres

Nebraska v Saunders County v Yutan


Large stretch of land just west of the Platte River boasts outstanding hunting opportunities and multiple building site options for the person looking to own land close to the Omaha Metro Area. The property features Otoe Creek that meanders through the property year round and provides a constant water stream to the large pond where waterfowl hunters can hunt from a spacious, heated duck blind. This blind is also wired for electricity and equipped with hinged camouflaged doors to provide easy comfortable shooting. Electronic aerators are installed to keep the pond water open, even on the coldest of days. A second custom underground goose-pit is positioned next to the tillable farmland and waterway. Several heavily traveled corridors and pathways in the tree lines make hunting whitetails predictable as generations of ungulates have consistently walked these trails from bedding cover to food and water. Wandering pheasants that have been released from a nearby private hunting club are frequently seen

Cullison. $1,386,250. Kerry Cromer,

Collins Ranch 750 Acres

Kansas v Wallace County v Wallace


Located at the intersection of Roads 26 and 2 in northeast Wallace County, the ranch contains 616 acres of bottomland and grass and 132 acres of CRP. Lake Creek crosses the southeast corner of the headquarters and cuts the entire south 157 acres from northwest to southeast. The ranch headquarters consists of numerous outbuildings highlighted by a 54 x 108 equipment shop and a 1,660-square-foot, three-bedroom home in good condition. The farmstead is surrounded by a large established shelter belt. The exterior buildings, working facilities, metal corrals and leanto shelters are well kept and very serviceable. There are two small open ponds on Lake Creek with bass and catfish. Wild turkey, dove, upland game, whitetail, mule deer and antelope are plentiful with trophy potential. The ranch has 30% + bottomland and is well watered. This is one of the prettiest small ranches in Western Kansas. $1,100,000. Leo Hayden,

and have help re-establish the wild population. A 10 out of 10 building site on the west end of the property sits elevated on a hillside above the Platte River valley. Just imagine a dream home overlooking this breathtaking view! An option to receive cash rent from the tenant farmer is available;

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Indian Creek Ranch Colorado v Huerfano County v La Veta


The spectacular Indian Creek Ranch sits on 875Âą secluded acres at the base of the majestic Spanish Peaks in Southern Colorado. Included

in the sale of this working ranch is a herd of primarily select Angus cattle, and all the ranch equipment used to operate the ranch. An equipment list is available upon request. The ranch is fully fenced and cross fenced, has a new equipment barn, eight loafing sheds, a six stall horse barn, equipment sheds and a large workshop, as well as a newly remodeled three bedroom ranch manager’s home. A secluded 11-acre trout lake sits at the base of a hillside and Indian Creek merges with the lake near a 100+ year old charmingly restored log cabin that was once home to the cowboys who worked the ranch. Water rights are included and provide irrigation for approximately 140 acres of hay fields. A historic artesian water well produces


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over 28 gallons of water per minute for ranch and livestock use. The master-piece log home is well over 15,000 square feet, with a large home theater, eight spectacular bedrooms, all with private bathrooms, several with kitchenettes and fireplaces. Four of the bedroom suites are over 1,000 square feet, making this a property that can sleep a large family or can accommodate retreat groups. This expansive log home sits on a small hill and has stunning 360- degree views with a delightful vista provided from every room. In-floor radiant heat and massive walls of windows provide a warm and cozy setting for every room. The luxury ranch house is sold fully furnished, and many European antiques will convey with the property. Also included is a substantial western art collection. This amazing property is move-in ready. Under excellent management, the ranch has been well maintained by an onsite ranch manager, who would like to stay with the new owners, if possible, and continue to manage the ranch he has grown to love. See featured video at $7,900,000. Property ID: 50501 v

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Big Wall Ranch


Colorado v Huerfano County v La Veta Tucked in the beautiful Wahatoya Valley, at the base of the

legendary Spanish Peaks, is the 390+/- acre Big Wall Ranch, one of Colorado’s finest. This is a once in a lifetime opportunity to own the cornerstone ranch of the region! Close proximity to Texas, Kansas and Oklahoma, with no major

mountain passes to cross, or major traffic jams, makes this property easily accessible and fun to get to, and it also takes you back in time, away from the fast pace and stresses of everyday life. You can enjoy the call of elk as they gather in the meadows, the smell of lush alpine hay fields, and unlimited


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western edge of the property, the Big Wall, part of North America’s only Dike Wall geological formation, rises spectacularly above the ranch. For photographers the setting and views are spectacular! There is never a time that you will not say “WOW.” Big Wall Ranch fits the setting like a glove. It is the quintessential horse property and just a stones throw away by horseback from the Spanish Peaks Wilderness Area. Or, if hiking is your thing, lace on the hiking boots and enjoy a day of endless awe-inspiring treks into the wilderness. The Big Wall Ranch includes the ranch headquarters, in an historic territorial home, along with a guest house, a root cellar/guest room, and a large barn. The guest house sits in a grove of towering cottonwoods near Wahatoya Creek with a babbling tributary stream running by the patio. Near the ranch headquarters, a private guest enclave, with magnificent views of West Spanish Peak, is set above the root cellar. Quiet evenings spent outside on the patio offer the soothing bubbling sounds of the creek, the call of a bird and the whisper of a cooling breeze. With open meadows, cottonwoods and pines, elk, mule deer, wild turkey and bear make their home on the ranch and are often a great source of enjoyment for wildlife viewing. A quick four mile trip into the charming town of La Veta will allow you access to the awardwinning library, numerous art galleries, gift shops, a beauty salon, grocery store, restaurants and lots of local events in the summer. Twelve miles up Highway 12 is the eclectic village of Cuchara, a riding and picnics along the edge of Wahatoya bustling community in the summer with hiking Creek as it meanders for three quarters of a mile trails and alpine lakes to explore, along with great through the ranch and into the valley below. Ten years of grooming in the cottonwood

restaurants, shopping and more. Take a day to come tour this incredible

groves and streamside has created a park-like ranch in southern Colorado! $4,175,000. setting throughout the acreage. Along the Property ID: 48779 v

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Where the rugged West meets world class luxury. Offering 800 pristine acres and two miles of the beautiful Elk River. Enjoy two luxury homes, an authentic saloon, and multiple outbuildings that are reminiscent of the Old West. Fenced for livestock with extensive storage, six-stall barn, riding arenas, prime equestrian facilities and abundant water rights. Conveniently located near private and commercial jet access. The property may be divided and

The Elk River Ranch

purchased in several different configurations. $22,000,000.

Colorado v Routt County v Steamboat Springs

Property ID: 44139


Minutes from world-class skiing sits a true estate on 155 acres. In the heart of the Yampa Valley with panoramic views, this luxurious, 10,308-square-foot mountain property is the perfect gathering place for friends and family. Six-car auto-plaza, private lake, meticulous landscaping, tennis court and additional three-bedroom home. With abundant water and space, endless activities and proximity to





Estate is the ultimate mountain property. $13,925,000. Property ID: 72790

The Wildflower Estate Colorado v Routt County v Steamboat Springs

Snowy Mountain Ranch Colorado v Routt County v Clark


In the Elk River Valley just north of Steamboat Springs sits a one-of-a-kind luxury log home overlooking the recreational paradise of Steamboat Lake. This extraordinary 210 acre property features ponds, a creek, room to run, and epic views. Protected by conservation easement and bordered on the north by more than 20,000 acres of national forest, this stunning property includes a 14,000-squarefoot luxury log home, separate guesthouse and massive garage with three enclosed bays. $9,800,000.

Property ID: 48051


A rare opportunity to own more than 270 acres within 15 minutes of Steamboat Springs and just minutes to Stagecoach State Park. This private playground offers a stunning 10,000 sq ft luxury log home, miles of maintained trails, 4 ponds, lush meadows, and abundant wildlife. A 3 bay detached garage/shop holds the toys and tools while magnificent views all the way to the ski area complete this remarkable property. Property ID: 48054


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Lazy K Ranch Colorado v Routt County v Steamboat Springs

The Grizzly Ranch Colorado v Jackson County v Walden


Northern Colorado’s premier 23,500+ acre working livestock operation with significant improvements plus water, mineral rights and





includes approximately 8,686 deeded acres and 14,900 BLM and State leased acres, a 19,000-square-foot professional show barn, machine shops, equipment sheds, barns and extensive livestock facilities. In addition, the ranch includes six residences, oil lease revenues and senior water rights including over 16 miles of creeks and streams that form the headwaters of the famous North Platte River. *Ranch team includes Ren Martyn and Lambert Orton, M.D. $24,950,000. Property ID: 46413

Singing Elk Ranch at Five Pines Mesa

Colorado v Routt County v Yampa


Singing Elk Ranch includes a beautiful luxury cabin with all the comforts of Colorado living. The 428 acres set in lush alpine meadows includes a 3-acre fishing lake, dark forest, aspen meadows, trails, zip line and direct access to Routt National Forest. This ranch is surrounded by a host of recreational features that are perfect for family and friends. *Ranch team includes Ren Martyn and Scott Eggleston.


A beautiful and unique cabin hand $5,000,000.

constructed with reclaimed timbers

Property ID: 48762

from the historic “Stagestop” in Toponas, Colorado. A perfect retreat for all generations with 113 pristine acres, amazing views and luxury amenities; all surrounded by National Forest and

Pam Vanatta, GRI, CRS

the Flattops Wilderness. A one-of-a-kind alpine getaway with all the conveniences of modern living. *Ranch team includes Ren Martyn and Scott Eggleston. $2,500,000. Property ID: 48763

Stagestop Ranch

Broker Associate/Co-Owner

Colorado v Routt County v Yampa

at Five Pines Mesa

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Clear Fork Ranch Colorado v Gunnison, Montrose & Delta Cnty v Crawford


A truly one-of-a-kind big game hunting offering. This 3,400+-acre ranch includes the diverse habitats required to hold elk, deer, bear and wild turkey populations. The lower elevations include cedar & piñon habitat and then climbs through miles of gambel oaks to the perfect high mountain aspen and spruce environment. The ranch includes six established hunting cabins, irrigated pastures, abundant water, 5 miles of private roads, borders national forest and additional BLM leased acres. Originally homesteaded

Emerald Ridge Ranch Colorado v Routt County v Steamboat Springs


Perfect location! 780-acre private retreat is minutes from Steamboat Springs. Only seven miles from the ski resort with private access off of River Road (CR14), this irreplaceable acreage includes spectacular homesites, existing road, cabin, multiple ponds, extensive big game wildlife and development opportunities. $9,495,000.

in the late 1800s, this is the family’s first time offering and sure to satisfy any Colorado recreational buyer. $6,700,000. Property ID: 48123

The Homestead Ranch


Colorado v Routt County v Clark

Just north of Steamboat Springs lies your own private getaway.

Meadows Ranch Colorado v Routt County v Steamboat Springs


Enjoy 360-degree mountain views from this breathtaking 74-acre compound. Minutes from the world-class ski resort of Steamboat

160 acres, surrounded by USFS lands, including a luxurious Montana Springs, this unique offering has it all. Spacious 6-bedroom, 5.5-bath log cabin, guest cabin, outbuildings, adjudicated water and plenty of main house, private two-bedroom guesthouse, new Morton equipment room to roam. This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to own a true

shop, pristine equestrian facilities, which includes a barn with six stalls,

piece of Rocky Mountain paradise. $1,799,000. Property ID: 48127

tack room, training pen, outdoor riding arena, pens, and indoor riding area. A meandering creek with stocked trout ponds, water rights and opportunity for additional residence, this legacy property is the perfect setting for your family retreat. $4,900,000. Property ID: 48128

Red Hawk Ranch Colorado v Routt County v Hayden


Red Hawk Ranch is a big game enthusiast’s dream. The 1,040 acres are perfectly located in the migratory corridor of the second largest elk herd in Colorado, the Bear’s Ear herd and is surrounded by millions of accessible

Blue River Valley

USFS, BLM and State acres. $1,500,000. Property ID: 48129

Colorado v Summit County v Silverthorne

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Bordering Arapaho National Forest on two sides, these spectacular 273 acres are located in Summit County overlooking Green Mountain Reservoir and the Blue River Valley with private access to the reservoir. Perfect for a family’s legacy retreat or could be subdivided into seven 35-acre lots with hunting and fishing recreational amenities. Acreage includes irrigated meadow with 8.72 CFS senior water. $3,495,000.

Big Elk Ranch Colorado v Jefferson County v Evergreen



Colorado v Jefferson County v Golden/Evergreen

Surrounded by majestic mountain vistas and hundreds of acres of open space. Located 1/2  hour from downtown Denver, enjoy room to roam on an Amazing 35-acre horse property. Zoned A-2, domestic well, spring-fed pond, four adjoining 41-acre parcel of land zoned A-2 that allows for unique access hay meadows, vinyl fencing, outdoor arena. Five stall barn w/rubber mats, hay


to Evergreen, nearby fishing stream, potential subdivision, horses or a storage area. $1,675,000. Betty Reel, 303.882.6239, second residence. Fantastic stone/timber home has direct Mt. Evans view and world-class pool. $4,250,000. Jennifer Davenport, 303 919-4891, and Emily Henderson, 303 717-3418,

Introducing Beaver Brook Ranch Colorado v Jefferson County v Evergreen


Spectacular North Evergreen Luxury Home bordered by 700 feet of winding creek frontage. 3,877 square feet plus heated 3-car garage. Huge

White Eagle Ranch

timber beams and soaring ceilings, extensive reclaimed wood, heated

Colorado v Larimer County v Estes Park

floors and gourmet kitchen. This 10-acre property is conveniently located


A unique, tranquil setting with unparalleled mountain views. Located at the base of Longs Peak on 25 acres, this estate includes a 7,260 squarefoot ranch home, 7 car garage, stables, and guest cabin. $2,650,000

with domestic well, pond and meadow. A-2 zoning allows for a variety of possibilities including horses, wholesale greenhouses and more. $1,500,000. Christy Schoonover, 720.250.6967,

Linda Scaglia, 303.859.4698,

Billy Kidd Ranch at Stagecoach Lake Colorado v Routt County v Steamboat Springs


Unobstructed Lakeside Views - Ultimate Privacy. 70-acre Legacy Homestead adjacent to Stagecoach State Park. You’ll feel like you live in the park atop your own

East Rim Estates “The Hayday Ranch”

private mountain. Gaze across the 100-acre hay meadow to two Wilderness Areas. $1,350,000. Andrea Webber, 970.376.0570,

Colorado v Douglas County v Franktown


A magnificent equestrian estate on 36 acres with astounding Pikes Peak views. Pristine custom home with 5 bedrooms and 8 baths. Extensive landscaping, 4-stall barn, paddocks, riding arena,








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Red Hawk Ranch Colorado v Gunnison County v Crested Butte


This 923-acre wilderness ranch for sale boasts sweeping views of the magnificent Ohio Creek Valley that will be shared only by you and the eagles. If you’re interested in having your nearest neighbors be elk, mule deer, black bears and lush meadows of wildflowers, Red Hawk Ranch is the wilderness hunting retreat of your dreams. $4,500,000.

Alamocita Creek Ranch New Mexico v Catron County v Datil


Coyote Creek Ranch New Mexico v Colfax County v Angel Fire


Situated at an elevation of about 8,500 feet, Coyote Creek Ranch holds 878 acres of ponderosa pine

Rugged scenery combined with trophy elk and forest and meadows in the uplands and healthy riparian habitat along Coyote Creek. The presence of mule deer herds, makes the 6,879-deeded- the creek means that wildlife flourishes here, including elk, mule deer, bear and turkey. $5,950,000. acre Alamocita Creek Ranch a New Mexico dream ranch for sportsmen with a special appreciation for Southwestern culture, history and landscape. $3,450,000.

Dave Harrigan Hunter Harrigan 1781 Macom Drive • Sedalia, CO 80135

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White Tip Ranch Colorado v Pitkin County v Aspen


Only forty minutes from Aspen lies the 152-acre White Tip Ranch, a true wilderness retreat on the very doorstep of one of the nation’s premier cultural and recreational communities. The White Tip Ranch is graced by a contemporary, 2,353 square-foot home with impressive views of Mount Sopris. $2,900,000.


American Creek Ranch

NEW LISTING! Located in the shadow of New

Mexico’s highest peak and only minutes from Angel Fire, Taos and Red River ski resorts,

New Mexico v Colfax County v Angel Fire

American Creek Ranch may be the best situated recreational ranch in the state. Over 3,082 deeded acres of mountain forest and rolling grassland provide ample room for solitude, stunning alpine views and large herds of mule deer and elk. Add easy access and a beautiful 3,200-square-foot, hacienda-style home to the mix and the result is a mountain retreat with few peers in northern New Mexico or anywhere else, for that matter. $8,950,000. Property ID: 49352

Canada del Oso New Mexico v Colfax County v Angle Fire


NEW LISTING! Privacy that is second to none, mountain canyons that teem with big game, several live streams and a spectacular new home/lodge make the 4,878-acre Canada del Oso

Laramie Range Ranch

(Canyon of the Bear) Ranch between Angel Fire and Taos one of the premier mountain hunting

Wyoming v Albany County v Laramie

properties in northern New Mexico. $9,950,000. Property ID: 49972


More than twenty square miles of Wyoming’s finest elk habitat are encompassed by the Laramie Range Ranch, a pristine property situated only a few minutes from Laramie, Wyoming and but two hours from Colorado’s largest city. With expansive forests and spring-fed creeks, the ranch is a true wildlife oasis in the midst of the Laramie Mountains. $14,950,000. Property ID: 46947

Muddy Creek Ranch Colorado v Pueblo County v Colorado City


Private hunting preserves may be imagined to be features of 19th century England, but an

excellent one exists today in the foothills of the Wet Mountains, only 25 minutes southwest of Pueblo, Colorado. Almost unbelievably, in the midst of one of the fastest-growing sections of the Rockies, the Muddy Creek Ranch remains a 4,227-acre undisturbed refuge of pines, streams and wildlife. $6,700,000. Property ID: 48835

Dave Harrigan Hunter Harrigan 1781 Macom Drive • Sedalia, CO 80135

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Elk Highland Ranch


Colorado v Park County v Guffey

NEW LISTING! Containing over 2,145 deeded acres and nearly 12,000 additional permitted acres, Elk Highland Ranch is a large operation capable of being a profitable cattle producer in its own right, yet offers so much more. While cattle can be a mainstay here, hunting, fishing and development opportunities sweeten the pot of possibilities. $5,750,000. Property ID: 50204

Big Cimarron River Ranch Colorado v Gunnison County v Cimarron

7 Mares Ranch New Mexico v Rio Arriba County v Chama


NEW LISTING! With over 3,600 acres (3,463

deeded) at an average elevation of 7200 feet, the


“Cimarron” means “wild” in Spanish, and the Big Cimarron River Ranch in southwest Colorado uniquely combines wildness and comfort in a 391-acre package. Surrounded by spectacular cliffs, rock pinnacles and 12,000-foot peaks, the Big Cimarron River Ranch lies in a setting right out of a Hollywood Western, yet offers all the comforts of home in three beautifully-appointed cabins. $2,800,000. Property ID: 48680

ranch is high enough to escape hot summers, but low enough to produce strong hay crops and healthy herds of cattle. Most significantly, over four miles of a year-round stream with substantial water rights, Nutrias Creek, keep 7 Mares Ranch appealing to an abundance of wildlife, including trophy elk and mule deer. $7,800,000. Property ID: 50329

Dave Harrigan Hunter Harrigan 1781 Macom Drive • Sedalia, CO 80135

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Two Riverfront Lots in Elk Creek Ranch


Colorado v Rio Blanco County v Meeker

NEW LISTING! Veteran fly-fishers aren’t prone to talk too much about what they consider to be the best trout river in Colorado, but truth be told, the White River near Meeker has been

a closely held secret among serious anglers for generations. Those who are privileged to own a lot here gain 1/67 undivided interest in the 2,850-acre common area of the ranch, plus access to an incredible 25 miles of private fishing on the White River and two of its tributaries. Riverfront Lot 30 - $2,700,000 and Riverfront Lot 31 - $2,200,000.

Boulder Valley Farm Colorado v Boulder County v Lafayette


Northeast of Boulder with direct access to the Denver corridor, this 642-acre landmark farm features 1.5 miles of Boulder Creek and 8 ponds with outstanding fishing, waterfowl and a heron rookery. Operated for years as a small purebred cattle farm with all the facilities, it includes a beautiful owner’s home and guesthouse, a large lot with development potential, tennis court, swimming pool and five other residences - a true country estate in a superb location. $16,000,000. Ron Morris, 970 535-0881.

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Aspen Meadows Ranch Colorado v Grand County v Kremmling


Part of the 19,000-acre Grand River Ranch shared ranch community which offers an assortment of amenities including equestrian center, two fishing camps, sporting clays range and guest lodge, the 176-acre Aspen Meadows Ranch is unique to itself with privacy, creek and two ponds in an alpine setting with incredible mountain views. $7,000,000 includes custom furniture. Ron Morris, 970 535-0881.

Wolf Springs Ranch Colorado v Huerfano/Custer County v Westcliffe


This contiguous 55,486-deeded-acre legacy ranch in the Wet Mountain Valley has 5 creeks, 12 reservoirs, 25 springs providing outstanding water for livestock and wildlife that includes elk, mule deer, antelope, bear and mountain lion with fishing for 2- to 5-pound trout. Operated as a bison-cattle-horse ranch with quality improvements, this one-of-a-kind ranch NOW INCLUDES ALL LIVESTOCK AND EQUIPMENT. $54,700,000 Ron Morris, 970 535-0881.


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Vista Verde Ranch Colorado v Routt County v Clark


The 587-acre Vista Verde Guest Ranch offers adventure, outstanding cuisine and luxury accommodations to guests from around the world. The ranch, located 30 minutes north of Steamboat Springs, borders national forest and is convenient to the regional airport. Consistently





ranches in the industry, this exclusive luxury guest ranch is offered turn-key with talented staff in place at $19,900,000. Christy Belton, 970 734-7885.

Little Trout Ranch Colorado v Routt County v Oak Creek


Located 20 miles south of Steamboat Springs, the 3,397-acre prime hunting ranch consists of grazing and recreational land with varied topography, meadows, 100-mile vistas and plenty of cover for wildlife. At $1,750 per acre, it is one of the best priced ranches in the area. Can be combined with adjoining property for over 6,000 contiguous acres. $5,950,000. Christy Belton, 970 734-7885.


Nearly 3,000 acres of mixed forests with open parks and alpine streams traditionally used for grazing, hay production and big game hunting. Access to national forests and wilderness, easily accessible with airport, world-class skiing, boutique shopping, and fine dining are 30 minutes away in Steamboat Springs. Combine with adjoining property

Sand Point Ranch Colorado v Routt County v Steamboat Springs

for over 6,000 contiguous acres or can be offered in smaller parcels. $12,950,000. Christy Belton, 970 734-7885.

C Lazy J Ranch


Wyoming v Carbon County v Savery

Northwest of Steamboat Springs in southern Wyoming, the 1,057-acre ranch includes three-quarter miles of both sides of Savery Creek plus State of Wyoming and USFS grazing leases. This impeccable ranch offers great hunting and fishing with immaculate improvements, including a 4,000-squarefoot log home, outbuildings and livestock facilities – all close to a jet-capable airport. $2,850,000. Christy Belton, 970 734-7885 and Ron Morris, 970 535-0881.

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BEST WEST of the

Sheep Creek Ranch and Gould Ranch at Grand River Ranch


Just a two-hour drive from Denver and minutes from Kremmling’s jet accessible airport, in beautiful Middle Park, Grand River Ranch stretches over 18,000 acres of high alpine terrain. It is a spectacular shared ranch community and Sheep Creek and Gould Ranches are two of the finest properties within this recreational paradise. Sheep Creek Ranch includes 740 acres with four designated home sites, an elegant 6,300 square-foot log residence, an expansive “toy barn” garage and panoramic views of Rocky Mountain National Park, and the Gore, Front and Never Summer Ranges. Bordering National Forest and BLM, the ranch provides access to thousands of acres of public lands. Sheep Creek runs through the property year-round. The Gould Ranch is 2,750 acres of stunning Rocky Mountain landscape with ten designated home sites. Its diverse features include irrigated hay meadows, beautiful Aspen groves, pond-laced meadows and valleys, a charming waterfall, dramatic


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views and excellent big game hunting. The Gould Ranch is home to Rose City, a beautifully crafted replication of a Wild West town which must be seen and experienced to be appreciated. Throughout Grand River Ranch there are abundant recreational opportunities for hiking, riding, cross-country skiing, snowmobiling, hunting and more. Amenities at Grand River Ranch include The Lodge offering luxury accommodations and fine dining, two fishing camps, an equestrian center and a sporting clays shooting range. This is truly magnificent mountain property. Sheep Creek Ranch $5,000,000. Gould Ranch $13,000,000. Sheep Creek Ranch and Gould Ranch $17,500,000.

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Ainsley Ranch

Colorado v Grand County v Near Granby


The historic 320-acre Ainsley Ranch lies within a picturesque mountain valley just ten miles from Granby, Colorado. With one and one-half miles of Trail Creek meandering through the entire length of the ranch and one-quarter mile of Willow Creek flowing through the southwestern corner, a quality fishery can be developed. The ranch also provides beautiful and abundant habitat for wildlife. This peaceful mountain retreat offers a wide variety of recreational opportunities including hiking, mountain biking, fishing, hunting, cross-country skiing, snowmobiling, horseback riding and wildlife viewing. Six cubic feet per second of senior water rights irrigate 125 acres producing 160 tons of hay annually. There are also additional spring and well rights. Since homesteaded, this ranch has remained in the family, never before available for sale. The original homestead buildings are still standing and a well and electric power are in place. This is a great mountain property providing everything a buyer wants in a Rocky Mountain getaway. Exclusively Offered By

Mountain Marketing Associates, Ltd.

Tim Casey 970 390-0859 C or Lisa Palmer 970 406-2092 C PO Box 2340 • 100 S. Ridge Street, Ste 105 Breckenridge, CO 80424

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Price Canyon Ranch Arizona v Cochise County v Portal


This beautiful property lies in a quiet canyon of the spectacular Chiricahua Mountains in southeast Arizona. The ranch consists of two private parcels totaling 258 acres that are completely surrounded by national forest lands. The adjoining 14,000-acre Forest Grazing Allotment is rated for 191 head of cattle annually and encompasses the entire Price Canyon watershed. This ranch literally runs from mountaintop to mountaintop and has historically operated as an exclusive working guest ranch. The facilities have been tastefully constructed from wood with native stone and consist of a large public lodge, dining, riding and swimming areas along with 10 spacious guest suites. The owner’s home is carefully nestled atop a nice hill with sweeping views in every direction. There are additional staff quarters, maintenance facilities and a large set of working

corrals with arenas. The ranch is has an abundance of water with a major spring, ponds, well and


approximately 250,000 gallons of storage. The ranch is cross fenced into separate pastures and has all


the facilities needed to manage the livestock operation. This scenic property is located at a cool 5,400-

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Cross F & Diamond Ranches Arizona v Maricopa County v Sunflower


The Cross F & Diamond Ranches are between Mesa and Payson at Sunflower in the Mazatzal Mountains of northeastern Maricopa County. Deeded land totals 151.19 acres with the Cross F headquarters being a 140.22-acre inholding completely surrounded by Tonto National Forest with paved road access on Sycamore Creek. Two forest permits for 275 head cow/calf yearlong with a 98-head yearling carryover for five months and 10 horses on 58,920 acres. If you are looking for an efficiently sized ranch that is easy to get to, this is the place for you. The deeded land has great upside investment potential, forest inholdings such as the Cross F headquarters in a scenic and private setting with this type of access are virtually non-existent in Arizona. The ranch is well watered and produces a tremendous amount of both perennial and annual feed with a good mix of browse. The ranch is offered turn-key with livestock and equipment. $3,000,000.


5,507.13 deeded acres consisting of level open grassland mesas to scenic canyons on the eastern flank of the Aquarius Mountains. This property lends itself for ranchette subdivision, grazing, recreation, hunting and excellent potential for a real estate investment. Terms are available. $4,298,881.

Paul Groseta P.O. Box 1840 • Cottonwood, AZ 86326

928 853-8369


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Doll Baby Ranch


Arizona v Gila County v Payson

The Doll Baby is located just south of Arizona’s famous Mogollon Rim, and 11 miles west of Payson, Arizona. The ranch consists of 148 deeded acres and 36,000 acres of Tonto National Forest Grazing Allotment, with an annual grazing capacity of 175 mother cows yearlong. The East Verde River Splits the ranch for two miles, which provides a beautiful riparian area and irrigation water (309 acre feet of grandfathered water rights) for 100 acre of pasture. The Ranch is off the Grid, with electrical power provided by generator and solar panels. Elevations range from 3,500 feet at its lowest point on the deeded land to 8,000 feet on the top of the Matazal Mountains. The Doll Baby Ranch is a beautiful working cattle ranch in a very desirable part of Arizona. Ranches like the Doll Baby are becoming extremely hard to find in this part of Arizona. $2,750,000.

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Pheasant Hill Ranch Partnership


Wyoming v Goshen County v Torrington

Irrigated cropland, irrigated pastures and subirrigated meadows located eight miles south of Torrington, Wyoming. The farm ground has history of raising all of the valley’s crops with 624± acres of Goshen Hole Irrigation District Water rights. Property is shotgun ready for wing shooters and their gundogs. Goshen County is well known in Southeast Wyoming and the Panhandle of Nebraska for excellent upland game bird and waterfowl hunting. You could fill your limit on this ranch. Migrating Canada geese find stopover habitat throughout the total 746± acres that boarder a Wyoming Game and Fish Preserve. Deer and turkey also frequently traverse the area. $1,250,000.

Iron Creek Wyoming v Platte County v Hartville


Scenic Wyoming mountain acreage located in the Haystack Mountains and Hartville Uplift. 561± acres of rolling hills, mature evergreen trees and native grasses. Expansive views with Laramie Peak in the west horizon. Located near the quaint old west towns of Hartville and Sunrise, known for mining history and geological finds. Minutes from Guernsey Reservoir for summer recreation. Approximately four hours north of Denver, Colorado. Wyoming State Highway 270 provides year round access to the property and daytrips to Devils Tower Monument near Sundance Wyoming and the South Dakota Black Hills. $559,070.



Wyoming v Goshen County v Lingle

A sportsman’s paradise with tree covered meadows, densely populated with white tail deer and small wildlife. Prime upland and waterfowl hunting. A warm water slough draws the mallards from the Dakotas as the winter sets in. Canada geese consistently migrate along the mile of North Platte River frontage of this parcel. This property is eligible for a wetlands reserve easement through the National Conservation Service. Located just 1.5 miles from Lingle, Wyoming. $850,000.

307 532-7131 • 800 658-4431 • 215 East 20th Avenue • Torrington, WY 82240

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Lazy S Bar Ranch Wyoming v Albany County v Medicine Bow

Located in Southeast Wyoming, the Lazy S Bar Ranch is a versatile income and personal enjoyment opportunity. Wide open space for cattlemen and sportsmen alike. Scenic rangeland with plenty of water and plenty of grass. Remote rolling hills are situated between Shirley Basin and the western slope of the Laramie Mountains, stretching approximately eleven miles north to south and approximately seven miles at the widest east to west points. Sub-irrigated meadows provide profitable grazing, achieving cattle gains of up to two pounds per day. The antelope roam and a good portion of elk hunting area #7 is located within the ranch’s boundaries. An average of 2,000 elk licenses are issued annually for this area. Land as far as you can see; not undiscovered, but it is undisturbed. Scattered ranch remnants can make you stop and think about a cowboy’s day. 12,341 deeded acres, 12,204.47 BLM lease acres and 1,921.55 state lease acres for a total of 26,466± ranch acres, only six miles from the Medicine Bow National Forest. Year round state highway and county road access. Out here you can let your mind wander. Saddle up and ride cross country under blue skies. Ride as far as you can see. Imagine what you could do with forty square miles of Wyoming. $5,900,000.

215 East 20th Avenue Torrington, WY 82240

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Muleshoe Ranch


Wyoming v Platte County v Wheatland

Historic 4,161± acre ranch 10 minutes west of Wheatland. 839± deeded, 3,322± BLM acres. 225± irrigated acres with excellent water rights. 1.25 mile live water from Sybille Creek that flows through the ranch. Elegant rock








and more! $6,500,000. Scott Leach, 307 331-9095 or Cory Clark, 307 334-2025. Property ID: 50208

Cottonwood Equestrian Center Montana v Carbon County v Silesia


This premier 378+-acre equestrian facility lies along the banks of the Clarks Fork River just 20 miles southwest of Billings, Montana. With over 30 indoor stalls, small indoor training arena, large indoor riding arena, and two large outdoor riding arenas, the Cottonwood is set up for large equestrian events as well as a private training facility. Other amenities include two large, custom-built homes,

Weber Mountain Ranch Wyoming v Platte County v Wheatland


heated shop, heated mare barn, ranch office, wash rooms, vet rooms, large electric hot walker/exerciser, 24 RV hookups and more. Very few equine facilities of this caliber are ever offered for sale in this area. Price Reduced to $2,500,000. Denver Gilbert, 406 697-3961. Property ID: 46933

In Area 7, known as the heart of elk country, are 1,273+ deeded acres 19 miles southwest of Wheatland. Year-round access and two landowner tags. Two solar wells. Brush Creek flows through northwest corner of ranch. Excellent habitat for abundant wildlife. $1,273,100. Contact Cory Clark, 307 334-2025 or Scott Leach, 307 331-9095. Property ID: 49235

Keffer Ranch Wyoming v Johnson County v Buffalo


Located 1.5 miles south of Buffalo, the 213±-acre Keffer Ranch features a 2,997-square-foot, 5-bedroom, 3.5-bath custom-built home, nice barn, open-face loafing shed, nice set of corrals

Cory Clark, Broker Mark McNamee, Associate Broker Denver Gilbert, Associate Broker


and heated shop. 50± acres currently in hay production are irrigated with “second in line” water rights for 160 acres from the Johnson-Holt ditch. Balance of the ranch is good native grass pasture. Year-round live water from Cummings Creek along with four spring fed ponds, two of

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which have good fishing as well as irrigation rights. Paved road access, natural gas service and

17± additional acres available. $2,250,000. Mark McNamee, 307 467-5523. Property ID: 47471

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Marton Ranch Wyoming v Natrona & Carbon Cos v Alcova


OPTION A: 10 miles North Platte River frontage. World-class fly fishing opportunities. $10,000,000. OPTION B: 69,550+ total acres: 35,700 deeded, 8,000 State lease and 25,850 BLM lease acres 20 miles south of Casper. $16,000,000. Clark & Associates, 307 334-2025. Property ID: 45279

Indian Canyon Ranch South Dakota Fall River County v Hot Springs

Flat Rock Ranch


North Dakota v McKenzie County v Squaw Gap

Exquisite beauty is found throughout this


Located 46 miles north of Beach, North Dakota, in the heart of cattle country, this ranch combines contiguous 1,450±-acre ranch. 1,000± deeded tremendous grass, water, and natural protection to form one of the best cow/calf ranches on the market acres and 450± BLM lease acres, all of which today. Comprised of 2,467± deeded acres and 2,400± Little Missouri National Grasslands lease acres lie in the southern Black Hills approximately for a total of 4,867+ acres. Improvements include a good ranch house, two large calving barns, a stall 30 minutes from Hot Springs and Custer barn with runs, small machine shed, and corrals. Good access provided by paved highway and well- State Park and within minutes of Angostura Reservoir. Historically summers approximately maintained gravel county roads. $4,000,000. Denver Gilbert, 406 697-3961. Property ID: 49863 125 to 150 head of yearling cattle for 4.5 months. Improvements include a remodeled 2,800-square-foot, four-bedroom, three-bath home with a walk-out basement, 3,888-squarefoot Morton building and set of working corrals. Whitetail deer, mule deer, elk, wild turkeys and upland game birds frequent the property. For the outdoor enthusiast, the Indian Canyon Ranch has it all. $1,150,000. Cory Clark, 307 334-2025. Property ID: 48774

Rawhide Creek Farm


Wyoming v Goshen County v Lingle

Beautiful, productive 351±-acre property with excellent year-round, paved access located 1± mile northeast of Lingle. Two Valley, 7-tower, low-pressure pivots irrigate 246± acres. Each pivot has its own irrigation as well as additional 279 shares of water rights allocated by the Lingle Water Users Association. The farm offers two sets of improvements. There is also a gravel pit in the southwestern part of the farm. Rawhide Creek travels along the eastern part of the farm. Located along the central flyway known for its excellent waterfowl hunting, the farm is also home to mule and whitetail deer and antelope. $2,256,000. Cory Clark, 307 334-2025. Property ID: 49910

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Forked Lightning Ranch New Mexico v San Miguel County v Santa Fe


The 2,300± deeded acres of Jane Fonda’s Forked Lightning Ranch include 3.5 miles of the famed Pecos River creating a haven for anglers seeking healthy trout. The 9,585± square-foot River House affords an elegant refuge with state-of-the-art technologies. The Ranch offers the opportunity to own an exquisite equestrian property and fishing retreat. $19,500,000. Property ID: 48064


Mill Creek Ranch, in the picturesque Madison Valley, is located in the dramatic Jack Creek drainage. The 1,916± acres sit perfectly between the charming western town of Ennis to the west and the thriving ski-resort communities of Big Sky, Moonlight Basin and Yellowstone Club to the east. Adjoining Lee Metcalf Wilderness and accessed by a gated roadway, the Ranch offers excellent privacy and tranquility. The Ranch

Mill Creek Ranch Montana v Madison County v Big Sky

includes a beautiful custom log home and several building locations with incredible panoramic mountain





Hathaway. $13,750,000. Property ID: 50253

Indian Head Ranch


Utah v Utah & Carbon Counties v Price

Operated as an Individual Cooperative Wildlife Management Hunting Unit for deer and elk, these 15,200± total acres offer an ideal habitat for big game. Multiple springs, the 12-acre reservoir and numerous stock ponds provide plentiful water sources for wildlife and livestock. During the summer months, the Ranch pastures 400 to 500 cow-calf pairs on the productive pastures. $11,200,000. Property ID: 49056

Sun River Ranch Montana v Lewis & Clark and Teton Counties v Augusta

Bozeman, MT • Buffalo, WY • Salt Lake City, UT

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This remarkable turn-key fly-fishing and equestrian property on 3,050± total acres straddles 3.5 miles of the Sun River. The state-of-the-art technology, supreme quality and unsurpassed style are boasted throughout the masterfully-crafted home, manager’s home and equestrian barn. The helipad and hangar provide for ease of travel. The Seller owns an additional 1,341± deeded acres, which can be purchased in conjunction with the Sun River Ranch providing a nice irrigated base. $9,250,000. Property ID: 46998


This premier hunting ground with outstanding elk and mule deer habitat consists of 8,595± deeded acres plus an additional 640 acres of privateleased land. Birch Creek Hunting Reserve is part of a 26,000-acre Cooperative Wildlife Management Unit (CWMU), a program established by the Utah Wildlife Board and the Division of Wildlife Resources to benefit private land owners and

Birch Creek Hunting Reserve

hunters. The Seller currently receives $60,000 annually for the lease from the hunting outfitter

Utah v Rich County v Woodruff

on the Property. $6,530,000. Property ID: 49975


This 609± deeded-acre Ranch features approxi-

mately one mile of the renowned Bitterroot River and sits adjacent to the Lee Metcalf National Wildlife Refuge. Located next to the town of Stevensville and 30 minutes from Missoula, the Ranch embraces the dramatic landscape of the Bitterroot Valley. The Ranch, mostly under irrigation, has well-maintained improvements and is capable of running 250 cow-calf pairs in a normal year with excess hay to sell. Prime conservation easement or development potential. $5,900,000. Property ID: 50469

Fort Owen Ranch Montana v Ravalli County v Stevensville

Wise River Ranch Montana v Beaverhead County v Wise River


The ideally-sited 3,800± square-foot hand-hewn log home captures views of the surrounding mountains and abundant wildlife. Bordering Beaverhead National Forest, trout-rich Wise River flows through the 473± co-owned acres for 1½ miles. This area is renowned for its fishing and big game hunting. In addition to Wise and Big Hole Rivers, there are six world-class rivers within two hours of the Ranch. Held under the current ownership for several decades, all the sought-after facets for recreation buyers are available. $1,495,000. Property ID: 46908

Dearborn Canyon Overlook Montana v Lewis and Clark County v Augusta


Dearborn Canyon Overlook is nestled in the pines above the crystalline waters of the Upper Dearborn River. A beautiful 4,000-square-foot handcrafted log home sits on 20± deeded acres that share a boundary with the Lewis and Clark National Forest and the adjoining Scapegoat and

Bozeman, MT • Buffalo, WY • Salt Lake City, UT

Bob Marshall Wilderness Complex. Dearborn Canyon Overlook is further enhanced by over 850

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feet of private Dearborn River frontage accessed from the Property. Perfect as a mountain retreat or full-time residence. $725,000. Property ID: 50468

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This western Black Hills ranch is in one of the most picturesque and private settings available in the Bear Lodge Mountains. This 1,160-acre ranch is a hidden gem at the end of the road with live water and the entire east side bordering national forest. A striking mixture of pine covered hills, steep canyons, aspen groves, high plateaus, unobstructed views, rolling meadows, creek bottoms and bur oak draws provide an exquisite landscape. Almost two miles of Lytle Creek runs through the ranch. Ranch buildings include a three-bedroom home, hunter’s cabin, several barns, machine shed and shop. The combination of majestic vistas, mountain scenery, live water and access to public lands make the Lytle Creek Ranch a place you’ll want to enjoy for a lifetime. $3,480,000.

Lytle Creek Ranch Wyoming v Crook County v Hulett


Northeastern Wyoming ranch in the basin south of Sundance on the western edge of the Black Hills. 785 acres in the wide swept valley between the Bear Lodge Mountains and the Black Hills. The terrain includes a mixture of big grassy hills, gypsum rimmed buttes, rough draws, red dirt knolls and some older dryland hay fields. A variety of building sites offer expansive views, southern exposure and privacy. A

Swenson Ranch Wyoming v Crook County v Sundance

county road enters the south side of the ranch and the owners have built a gravel road through the land to make it easily accessible. A combination of productive pasturelands and awesome vistas within close proximity to all of the amenities of the Black Hills. $850,000.


Incredible Black Hills setting bordering a huge expanse of public land including National Forest and BLM. Private 60-acre retreat in Beaver Creek Canyon with a log cabin, garage and horse barn. The cabin is tucked in the woods and features an exposed log interior, open beam ceiling, loft, hot tub, wood stove and decks around three sides. The hot tub is just off of the south deck, surrounded by a beautiful lawn with horseshoe pit and picnic area. Heated two-car garage and horse barn with six box stalls. The view across the canyon is inspiring with area wildlife visiting the nearby creek. An amazing landscape with red wall rocks, a hidden gulch and mountainous terrain. A remarkable Black Hills offering with seclusion, stunning scenery and direct access to public lands. $449,000.

Stockade Beaver Creek Property Wyoming v Weston County v Newcastle


Tremendous Black Hills property on Stockade


Creek with access

Beaver Creek Canyon Cabin Wyoming v Weston County v Newcastle

Dead Horse Flats Retreat South Dakota v Custer County v Custer




Hills recreational property adjacent to forest service

to a vast amount

on three sides.

of public land. 82

This private 88-

acres at the south

acre retreat is in

entrance of Beaver

the middle of elk

Creek Canyon. Also


includes a 256-acre

i m p ro ve m e n t s


BLM grazing permit. Stockade Beaver Creek runs through the valley on the include two log cabins built, a school house and pole barn with horse west side of the property where a small hay field is edged with forest and corral. The property is situated in the Dead Horse Flats area and is close colorful rim rock walls. Above the rim rock is a wide plateau with timber, se- to Gillette Canyon and South Antelope Spring. Terrain includes hay cluded hay meadows and awesome views. The acreage borders a rugged and meadows flanked by hillsides with pine and a few pockets of aspen. remote expanse of BLM land, which then goes further eastward toward the There are many elk beds in the fields and elk typically winter in this Wyoming-South Dakota State Line and joins hundreds of thousands of acres area. A great out-of-the way place for a hunting base camp, summer of national forest. This 82-acre parcel is in unique territory with beautiful vacation spot, recreational retreat or a winter snowmobile destination. Black Hills scenery, access to public land, privacy and live water. $328,000.


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Journey in the Black Hills back country. Reduced to $294,900.


Tremendous Black Hills setting between Sundance and Devils Tower on top of Sunny Divide with direct access to Highway 14. The ranch has 2,486 deeded acres and 200 acres of State lease. Incredible wildlife habitat offering a good feed base with native grasses and alfalfa/grass hay fields, several natural water holes and plentiful cover. Whitetail deer, Merriam turkeys and an occasional elk are in the area. High plateaus with spectacular 360-degree views that make you feel like

Wonder View Ranch Wyoming v Crook County v Sundance

you are on top of the world, deep draws, rolling hay meadows, secluded rocky canyons, and steep hills with pine, oak and cedar trees make the landscape truly an inspirational scene. Possibilities for a hunting camp, corporate retreat, guest ranch, development or your own private recreational haven. $5,750,000.


Amazing Black Hills ranch with 442

Eagle Ridge Ranch

Piney Meadows Ranch

deeded acres and 320 acres in state lease.

Wyoming v Crook County v Sundance

Located between Sundance and Beulah where Riflepit Divide and the canyons

Wyoming v Crook County v Sundance

of Sundance Creek run. Wooded hills, steep canyons with interesting rock walls, hidden valleys, hay meadows and panoramic views. A custom log home is set in secluded surroundings at the crest of a hill with unobstructed views. The ranch style home has an open floor plan with lots of natural light and attached two-car garage. Outbuildings include a log garage, shop, barn, loafing shed, several storage sheds, carport and two hunting cabins. A unique offering with varied terrain, great wildlife habitat, expansive vistas, a good set of buildings, access to state land and end-of-the-road privacy. This is a great Black Hills opportunity. $1,500,000.





with an open design offering three bedrooms

that combines maximum efficiency

and four baths. Dream kitchen with cherry

with detailed elegance. From the

cabinets, center island and walk-in pantry.

time you enter this one-level home

Sunny breakfast area, spacious living room

you will feel a grand sense of spoiled

with a cozy wood stove, formal dining room,

luxury. It has an inviting atmosphere

features including a deluxe kitchen, custom




awesome views and a great set of buildings. maintenance living in mind. A three-level home

property with a one-of-a-kind home

entertaining guests. Many custom

between Sundance and Devils Tower with Custom brick home built with comfort and low-


and an open floor plan designed for


Private Black Hills setting with 263 acres

Oak Creek Retreat Wyoming v Crook County v Aladdin

stone counter tops, spacious master suite, spa tub, fireplace, hard-wood flooring, French doors, wraparound covered porch. Includes a guesthouse, horse barn, shop and outdoor riding arena. This handsome country estate is an exceptional find in picturesque surroundings. $1,387,000.


Live water and adjacent to National

four-season sun room, TV room and huge rec room. Many extras including hardwood floors, jetted tub, tile showers, French doors, recessed lighting, lots of storage and backup generator. Insulated workshop attached to a 48x96 equipment shop, also has an open front shed. Exceptional quality throughout the property in a pristine setting with end of the road privacy, and picturesque scenery. $2,385,000.

Forest! This incredible Black Hills setting is west of Aladdin on Beaver Creek. 136 acres on the edge of the Bear Lodge Mountains fronting Highway 24 and bordering a wide expanse of Black

Beaver Creek Acreage Wyoming v Crook County v Aladdin

Hills National Forest. Beaver Creek flows through the valley for over Âź mile. Picturesque terrain with winding creek bottoms, open meadows, &

wooded hills. Pine, aspen and bur oak trees along with a variety of deciduous trees and bushes make for a remarkable landscape. This recreational haven has it all. Reduced to $598,000.

Jim Pederson 505 W. Main Street Newcastle, WY 82701

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If you are looking for the perfect location for a luxury ranch, Santa Fe is your best choice. With over 300 days of sunshine, warm summer days and cool nights, Blame Her Ranch is the ranch to own. BHR is a 120-acre “cowboy chic” ranch estate that sits just outside Santa Fe in a mountain top setting among the pinions and ponderosa pines at the southern tip of Glorieta Mesa with 70 mile views. Adjacent to the 1.6 million acre Santa Fe National Forest, BHR is extremely

Blame Her Ranch

exclusive and very private, yet only 45 minutes

Luxury Ranch Home or Ideal Corporate Retreat New Mexico v San Miguel County v Santa Fe

from Santa Fe shopping, great restaurants, resort quality skiing and over 250 galleries. The nearby Pecos Wilderness can entertain serious outdoor enthusiasts with world-class trout fishing, big

game hunting, horseback riding and some of the best alpine hiking New Mexico has to offer. The over 9,000 combined square feet includes the custom main home with separate wings and the barn / guest house — with nine bedrooms and 9.5 baths, BHR sleeps 24 and comes fully furnished right down to the dinnerware and sheets. Featuring a chef’s kitchen, expansive game room, gym, home theater, pool, and stables, BHR is an unmatched luxury ranch. Ted Rivera, 505.470.9729, tedriverarealtor@ To see an aerial tour, full list of features and more details about the fractional or whole ownership of this one-of-a-kind ranch go to Or visit the Blame Her Ranch Facebook page. $4,850,000 (whole ownership) / $2,799,000 (fractional ownership)

Ted Rivera 505 470-9729

505 988-7285 ext 306


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A true sportsman’s offering, Big Horn Basin has 1,413 acres and 960 BLM leased acres. The ranch is a combination of low, lush irrigated and

Bighorn Basin Ranch



along .75 mile of the

Wyoming v Park County v Meeteetse

New Listing!

Greybull River. Rocky outcroppings


stands of pine trees provide excellent habitat for mule deer, antelope and upland birds. This sporting paradise enjoys diverse topography, on-site live water, stunning scenery and abundant wildlife. $4,150,000.







New Listing!

Lost Creek Ranch Montana v Deer Lodge County v Deer Lodge


New Listing!

Located 11 miles from Deer Lodge, Montana, Lost Creek Ranch is along one of the first tribu-

home in the coveted

taries of the Clark Fork River. The ranch has 362

Crystal Creek on the

deeded acres of exceptional sporting opportuni-

Taylor River 400-acre community offers six

ties and production. There is a modern, four-

bedrooms and five

bedroom, two-bath home. It is an ideal ranch for

baths within casting

fishermen, upland bird and waterfowl hunters




Run and a short walk to fishing on world-

Crystal Creek on the Taylor River Colorado v Gunnison County v Crested Butte

class Taylor River. Crystal Creek’s premier location on the Taylor River provides for some of

as well as equestrian and outdoor enthusiasts. $1,950,000.

New Listing!

the best dry-fly angling in the United States. $4,100,000.

Box R Guest Ranch Wyoming v Sublette County v Cora


The Box R Guest Ranch is an opportunity to own a historic Wyoming ranch. This 198-acre guest ranch, with accommodations for 30 guests, enjoys premier biggame hunting with national forest permits that are available to an incoming owner. Approximately .75 mile of Willow Creek mean-

Idaho v Fremont County v Ashton


ders through the ranch and offers The Fall River bisects this 199-acre farm for excellent catch and release fishing. just over a mile providing excellent angling

New Listing!


Fall River Farm


opportunities for native Yellowstone cutthroat, rainbows and brook trout. This farm features

The ranch is in the

income-producing, irrigated farmland with



Grand Teton views. It is five miles from

Star Valley region of

downtown Ashton and 12 miles from the

Wyoming in proximity

southwestern border of Yellowstone National

to Jackson Hole. The

Park. $1,200,000.



ern log cabins on the ranch have been meticulously maintained, and the lodge provides the



Stone Creek Ranch on the Salt Wyoming v Lincoln County v Star Valley

place. There are three separate trout-filled bodies of water, including .75 mile on both sides of the Salt River and over half mile of national forest boundary on the ranch’s 127 acres. $2,350,000.

P.O. Box 9240 • Jackson, WY 83002

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Red Dirt Creek Colorado v Grand County v Kremmling


Red Dirt Creek Ranch features a beautiful, custom-built log home on

Ranch Creek Valley Ranch Colorado v Grand County v Fraser


Ranch Creek Valley is a secluded 377±-acre mountain ranch bordered by

391 acres overlooking Red Dirt Creek with access to Arapaho National the United States Forest Service Indian Peaks Wilderness Area to the east Forest. Outdoor recreation includes excellent hunting, fishing, ATVing, and the James Peak Protection Area to the south. Abundant wildlife and horseback riding, snowmobiling, hiking, mountain biking, snowshoeing big game along with 2/3 mile of virgin riparian Ranch Creek, creating and cross-country skiing both on the ranch and on the Arapaho National ideal habitat for Brook Trout and the native Colorado River Cutthroat Forest. Water skiing, fishing and ice fishing are also available at Wolford Trout. Ranch Creek Valley is the quintessential secluded mountain ranch Reservoir, a short 10-minute drive from the ranch. $2,100,000.


within 15 minutes of one of Colorado’s premier resorts. $1,695,000.

Tonahutu Creek Ranch

Copper Spur Ranch

Colorado v Grand County v Grand Lake

Colorado v Eagle County v McCoy


In Grand Lake, Colorado the Tonahutu Creek Ranch encompasses 52 The 560-acre Copper Spur Ranch is an exceptional ranch setting only acres adjacent to Rocky Mountain National Park. The two fisheries on 45 minutes from Vail and one hour from Steamboat Springs, Colorado. the ranch include 1,000 feet on of both sides of the North Inlet as well The ranch has a creek, two fishing ponds, water rights, 140 acres of as an additional 2,000 feet of both sides of Tonahutu Creek and contain hay meadow, is adjacent to BLM land and has several outbuildings, brook trout, brown trout, rainbow trout, hofer-harrison trout and the

including barns, chicken coop, shop, greenhouse, bunkhouse and a

Colorado River Cutthroat Trout. This is an extremely rare opportunity small modest home. The Colorado River is a short 15-minute drive from to own land adjacent to a National Park. $4,375,000.

the ranch. $2,500,000.


The Rayner Ranch is an amazing setting on the banks of Muddy Creek. It has a spacious three-bedroom home with over 4,000 square feet of living space on 116 acres. Surrounded by BLM on three sides, water rights, nearly one mile of Muddy Creek frontage, irrigated pastures and ponds. What an incredible property for fishing, hunting, horses and recreation. Price Reduction - $799,000.

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Rayner Ranch Colorado v Grand County v Kremmling

Wind River Mountains Guest Ranch Wyoming v Fremont County v Lander


Authentic mountain guest ranch situated on the Shoshone National Forest and accessing over 100,000 acres of the Wind River Mountains. This secluded ranch is about 35± miles west of Lander at an elevation of 9,200± feet. This is Wyoming’s highest guest ranch and is nestled among pine and aspen forest, open grassy parks, clear stream and snow-capped peaks. The ranch has a total of 10 custom-built log cabins. Four furnished guest cabins accommodate up to 20 guests. The main lodge seats 32 and is the perfect setting for family meals. An owner’s cabin, two employee bunkhouses, horse corrals and several more barns complete the improvements. The ranch will be conveyed as a “turn-key” business including horses and equipment. A successful outfitter’s business is included with the sale. Great hunting and fishing are found in numerous locations around the ranch. Offered by Fuller Western Real Estate of Wyoming, 307 332-3710. $975,000. Property ID: 44415


Just an hour west of downtown Denver or 30 minutes from Golden up Golden Gate Canyon Rd., this idyllic 132±-acre ranch offers a serene escape from the heat and people of the nearby city. Hiking atop the cathedral rocks, one can see the Continental Divide to the west and Denver city lights to the east. Two seasonal streams can be found winding across the property to Ralston Creek, which runs a quarter of a mile across the property. Abundant wildlife inhabit the area with good hunting opportunities and several lakes found in nearby Golden Gate State Park for trout fishing. Improvements include the original ranch house, full of history and charm. Outbuildings include an old barn and several sheds. There are also several fine build sites. $1,465,200. Property ID: 48782

Golden Gate Canyon Retreat Colorado v Jefferson County v Golden ®

7921 Southpark Plaza #108 Littleton, CO 80120

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Exquisite Estate in North Animas Valley Colorado v La Plata County v Durango


This beautiful estate is located on the confluence of the Animas River and Hermosa Creek in Durango’s North Animas Valley. The 8.9 acres consists of meadow and manicured grass, cottonwoods, spruce and a beautiful 0.6 acre pond which graces the entry to the home. The 4,095 square-foot home features five bedrooms, five baths, office and a dramatic great room with floor to ceiling rock columns in the entry and matching rock full masonry fireplace. The chef’s gourmet kitchen overlooks the spectacular dining room, which is encircled in windows and views. Attention to detail and quality is apparent in every architectural feature. The extensive windows, three sets of french doors and clear-story windows take advantage of the red cliff views in all directions. Offered at $2,749,500.

Riverfront Ranch Colorado v La Plata County v Durango


This 39+ acre property features 1,000 feet of Animas River frontage, including a wonderful beach area. Perfect for an equestrian ranchette, farm or spectacular residential acreage, offering 16 shares of irrigation and views of the snowcapped peaks as well as the sought after red cliffs towering over the valley. It is located on an idyllic County Road 250. We call this Durango’s “gold coast”. Offered at $995,000.

Linda Crowther 970 749-2088 Co-listed with

Sara Staber 970 759-5033 700 Main Ave. Durango, CO 81301


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Sweetwater Springs Ranchette Colorado v La Plata County v Durango


A beautiful 23-acre parcel on a County Road only 15 minutes from Durango!   The property consists of meadows, oak trees, ponderosa pines and views of the mountains to the south. The ideal home site is on a knoll overlooking your own little ranch, or one might renovate the existing 1,000 squarefoot shop or old fashioned barn – both included at no extra charge. Offered at $415,000.

Creek Ranch Gem Colorado v Routt County v Steamboat Springs


Enjoy the Western lifestyle with use of all the amenities right out your back door, including hunting, fishing, horseback riding or winter recreating on 2,400+ acres and three miles of Trout Creek. This spectacular home on 15+ acres is just 13 miles on paved roads to downtown Steamboat Springs and five more to the world-class Steamboat Ski Area. Reclaimed hand-hewn beams, pecan floors, alder cabinets and doors, professional-grade kitchen, three fireplaces, four bedrooms and four baths plus two powder rooms, office, family room, exercise room, hobby room, three-car heated garage and barn. Plenty of outdoor living space with a wraparound deck, large sandstone patio with and built-in grill. Southerly views overlooking the Creek Ranch Headquarters consisting of a ranch house with guest quarters, barn, arena and pond. $1,999,000. #140374.

Yampa Ranch Colorado v Routt County v Yampa


Located just two miles past the historic town of Yampa, these 36+ productive acres offer an ideal setting for country living. The home has been upgraded with beautiful wood floors, case and base, a wood-burning stove in the dining room and a charming soaking tub in the master

Joan Conroy

suite. The views from every window are spectacular of the Flat Tops and Gore range. The

1855 Ski Time Square Drive Steamboat Springs, CO 80487

three-car garage is oversized with loft storage, workbench and air compressor as well as a small building for garden storage. The barn is newer with the ability to store a motor home along with hay for the owner’s horses. Plenty of domestic water as well as senior water rights for irrigation will be transferred to the buyer at closing. Ag tax classification with high productivity of hay every year. $795,000. #1409498.

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Rocking R Ranch Colorado v Boulder County v Longmont


One of the finest equestrian properties available today, the Rocking R Ranch is a 77-acre spread in the heart of Colorado horse country. Crisscrossed by three large irrigation canals, the ranch has secure water rights and abundant flowing water. It is a self-sufficient equestrian property with irrigated hay fields and premium facilities. There are three residences, including one large, well-appointed home suitable for an owner and two staff houses. The Rocking R is bordered by several hundred acres of protected open space, may be subdivided into two 35+ acre parcels and is most suitable for organic or specialty farming. It is located 50 minutes from Denver at the gateway to the Rocky Mountains. $6,900,000.

1565 County Road 37E Colorado v Larimer County v Lyons


Live off-grid in this fabulous home on 45 acres that include a quarter mile of Little Thompson River frontage. With indigenous design and a modern mode of living in mind this eight-bedroom home is the perfect retreat with tranquility, serenity and spirituality. The pumice-concrete structure is extremely well insulated and efficient. Energy from solar and a backup generator and water provided by a generous well. So privately located that only the neighbors know of its existence. Nestled in a spacious river valley that once was home to Cheyenne, Arapahoe and Ute: a testament to its beauty. $1,575,000.

Lonesome Dove Ranch Colorado v Boulder County v Longmont


Very rare 70-acre professional horse facility centered round a fabulous indoor arena and stable into which 14, 14x14 horse stalls, tack room and wash bay have been incorporated. Attributes

The KL Team 263 2nd Ave. Niwot, CO 80503

303 444-3177


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are too numerous to list, but include a main residence, caretaker’s home and trailer residence, a 10-stall breeding barn, outbuildings including shop and barns, ponds, irrigation, hay fields, pastures and watered loafing sheds. This amounts to safe housing and handling of the most valuable horses in even the most inclement weather. Marketed together with eight development parcels on 10 acres, which provide plenty of room for growth. Conveniently located less than an hour from both Denver International Airport and Rocky Mountain National Park. $10,000,000.

Grizzly Creek Ranch 1,967± Acres

Montana v Park County v Paradise Valley


Majestic granite peaks, rising 2,000 feet above the floor of the valley, stand guard over Grizzly Creek Ranch. This 1,967-acre ranch is home to some of the most spectacular views in a valley known for its beauty. 24 miles northwest of Gardiner, Montana (the North entrance to Yellowstone National Park) and 39 miles to Livingston, this property gives one access to some of the most unique geological features and endless recreational activities available in the United States and the world. $19,940,000.

Dancing Wind Ranch 1,749 Acres

Montana v Park County v Paradise Valley


Situated in the prized Pine Creek drainage in the famed Paradise Valley, the Dancing Wind Ranch offers a rare opportunity to own one of the last great legacy ranches of Montana. This 1,749-acre ranch offers both privacy and protection without isolation. It borders the Absaroka Beartooth Wilderness for one-quarter mile as well as having a shared Forest Service border for 3.5 miles. The best of everything that Montana has to offer beckons within the ranches mountain splendor, geological features, crystal clear mountain streams, pastoral meadows and breathtaking views in every direction. Historic Livingston is only minutes away. $19,750,000.

Larry Jordan 406-222-1623

Rick Eisen 406-223-6872

2329 East River Road • Livingston, MT 59047 • Volume 59 Farm&Ranch West


Lush Pasture/Hay Ground in Cimarron Colorado v Gunnison County v Cimarron


This 155± acre Cimarron Valley Ranch has 125± irrigated acres including free irrigation water. Live water running through nice set of corrals, a barn, equipment sheds, loafing sheds, Quonset shed, mostly new fence and 360-degree views. Home has three bedrooms, three baths, infloor radiant heat, tile floors, gas log fireplace, all appliances, jetted tub, patio, deck and two-car attached garage. $1,300,000. Seller will look at all reasonable offers. Snub Liles, 970-210-0551 or Property ID: 50489

Colorado Mountain Property 218 Acres

Colorado v Montrose County v Montrose


The 218+- acres of land in two parcels, one parcel is 98± acres and 120±

Ward Creek Road 82 Acres Colorado v Delta County v Cedaredge


acres. Property located just below the entrance to the Black Canyon National Words cannot say how awesome the view is from this 82±acre ranch! Monument and borders BLM on the west side. Current use is recreational Ward Creek runs through the property with walking and ATV trails and seasonal cattle grazing. The top of the mesa has spring water with three throughout the land and a gazebo on top of the world. There is a dry cisterns and power that is currently used as camp sites for the family. Small cabin, two RV hookups with electric and water and 25± acres of irrigated old home on the property could be made into a nice cabin or a covered hay land in two sections. Great for the gentleman’s farm. All this comes with storage area used for family gatherings. Taxes are low due to cattle grazing a 1,824-square-foot, four-bedroom, two-bath home, a 35X48 shop with in spring and summer. Lots of wildlife to hunt or just enjoy. $899,000. 12’6” high door and equipment shed/storage. $750,000. Dave Macht, Dave Macht, 970-216-5452 or Property ID: 50507

970-216-5452 or Property ID: 50506

20 Acres in Eckert Irrigated Farmland

Colorado v Delta County v Eckert


Nice and level 20+ acres of land with 667 shares of Orchard Ranch Ditch and 1 share of Surface Creek Ditch and Reservoir to grow the crop you always wanted. Nice piece of land to build your dream home and still be able to raise a cow or two, or would make a great horse set up. So many possibilities! $199,900. Dave Macht, 970-216-5452 or Property ID: 50504

Macht-Liles Real Estate Group 970-856-4425

645 S. Grand Mesa Drive • Cedaredge CO, 81413


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One-of-a-Kind Property in Cedaredge Colorado v Delta County v Cedaredge


PRICE REDUCED! Lovely home – huge shop – two rental homes – darling western bunkhouse + 29 acres. One-of-a-kind property. Updated, wellcared-for 1,730 square-foot two-bedroom, two-bath ranch-style home with office, attached two-car garage, two income-producing rentals, a custombuilt, authentic sheep camp trailer, 30’X80’ heated shop, 36’X48’ Quonset building and irrigation water – all with amazing views. Eileen Liles, 970-216-0530 or $449,500. Property ID: 50505

Butte Valley Ranch Eastern Nevada


Located in Eastern Nevada high desert country, this property is 7,320 acres of deeded land with creeks and meadows throughout. There are also over a million acres of public grazing lands with feed and water to run 600 cows and 5,000 sheep year-round. Cow numbers could be increased. Creeks and springs supply irrigation water for 4 pivots. There is hunting for mule deer, mountain lion and landowner elk tags. Enjoy fishing and lots of recreation. This is a prestigious, working livestock operation with many opportunities. Could be turn-key if you wish. Tremendous country in all aspects. Call me or go to and click on the links for our brochure and video showcasing an overview of this impressive ranch investment. Asking $6,500,000.

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Pettyjohn Ranch California v Tehama County v Red Bluff


The 16,000-acre Pettyjohn Ranch is west of Red Bluff, California and surrounded by privately owned lands. Owned by one family for over 50 years, it represents what a distinctive cattle and hunting ranch should look like. Blue oaks dot the hilly countryside from meadows to steep wooded valleys where the trophy blacktail deer hide. Water is the lifeblood of any ranch and can be found everywhere on the Pettyjohn. There are many reservoirs, springs and seasonal streams. Cottonwood Creek runs for five miles through the ranch, as does Cold Fork Creek for several miles. Both run year-round. You can ride and

hike these valleys for days of endless fun. On a seasonal basis, the Pettyjohn Ranch will feed 800+ pair (a cow and calf). In addition, the ranch supports many and various kinds of game for the sportsman. There are numerous black bear, wild hogs and large trophy-size blacktail deer sought by many hunters. There are two seasonal wild turkey hunts. And, because of all the ranch water, quail and dove are found in abundance. Bass can be caught anytime in the large reservoirs. There aren’t very many ranches like the Pettyjohn. Asking price $16,000,000.

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Amazing Views California v San Luis Obispo County v Nipomo


Amazing views from this outstanding home and exceptional horse facility. Situated on over

13 usable acres within the Highland Hills gated community. Charming 2,600+-square-foot home has an open floor plan complete with breakfast and wet bar with lots of natural light. There is also a site for a second home. Horse facility features barn/shop and a 10-stall custom BarnMaster barn with custom wood beams, tack room, tiled conference room, wash rack and instant hot water. Stalls are 12x16 each with a 16x20 run. Seven fenced paddocks with 12x12 wood shelters and eight large hotwired pastures. Olympic-size dressage arena has custom mirrors and judging booths, so you can showcase the event of your choosing. There are numerous possibilities with this equestrian facility. $1,375,000.

Home Sweet Home California San Luis Obispo County v Arroyo Grande


32 acres that abuts Los Padres National Forest in Upper Lopez Canyon. Comfortable threebedroom/two-bath home with an enclosed patio, two Franklin stoves and skylights and sliders for tons of natural light. Kitchen has mahogany cabinets, built-in refrigerator and five-burner stovetop. Large master bedroom and master bath. $745,000.

373 Acres of California Ag Land California v San Luis Obispo County v Arroyo Grande


Three excellent building sites – one with ocean views. Two homes of any size could be built. Halfway between Los Angeles and San Francisco and just minutes from the beach. Four wells. Approximately 10 flat acres of row cropland. Great for horse training or whatever your heart desires. $1,395,000.

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One of the most improved of all the Stuart Ranches, Rancho San Antonio is a hunter’s paradise. A river running through it is lined with 100-foot-tall pecan and oak trees. Water throughout and plentiful vegetation make this ranch a great habitat for turkey, duck, dove, quail and deer. There is a three-bedroom, twobath hunters’ house; three smaller worker’s houses; electricity; caliche road system and paved road access all 20 minutes from Piedras Negras. Property ID: 49082

Rancho San Antonio

Hunter’s Paradise - 9,450 Acres Mexico v Coahuila v Piedras Negras

Rancho San Ysidro Rancho San Juan

On the River & Fenced - 5,000 Acres Mexico v Coahuila v Piedras Negras

Prime Hunting Land - 23,750 Acres Mexico v Coahuila v Piedras Negras


Once a working cattle ranch on part of a 75,000-acre, family-owned property, Rancho San Ysidro offers

lots of land and miles of well-maintained roads. And because hunting has not been allowed on the Close to the border and five minutes from property for nearly 100 years, San Ysidro is host to a multitude of large, quality deer with the best Piedras, Rancho San Juan’s entrance is possible natural genetics. The ranch offers two miles of San Rodrigo River frontage. Property ID: 49105


conveniently accessed by paved highway. But

the real draw for hunters is the 3.5 miles of San Antonio River and high fencing that borders this ranch, making it a great habitat for wildlife. There is a new worker’s house and ranch house on the river with lots of potential Property ID: 49104

Rancho Melado

Lots of Water & Wildlife - 4,860 Acres


Mexico v Coahuila v Piedras Negras

Boasting four ponds, 25 water troughs and 2.3 miles of border along the San Rodrigo River,

H. Stuart • 337 376-2851

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Rancho Melado is irresistible to deer and fowl, and because little or no hunting has occurred in the area for the last 10 years, quality deer abound. There are 23+ miles of well-maintained, graded dirt roads; a one-bedroom, one-bath ranch worker’s house; and it lies approximately 10 miles from the U.S. border. Property ID: 49063


Your first glimpse at some of the most amazing views in the Cuchara Valley. The seller is offering a 198+ acre package with potential for owner financing. The property is offered in its entirety which

Dakota Wall Ranch

includes a portion of the Cuchara River, a lush hay meadow, guest house and two barns. In addition to

Colorado v Huerfano County v Cuchara

these amenities you’ll find an abundance of wild-

life including wild turkey, deer, elk, bear… the list goes on. Some of the astounding views will include East & West Spanish Peaks & the Sangre De Cristo Mountain Range. Parts of the property are bordered by San Isabel National Forest and some by the Rock Wall. The most desirable amenity may be the setting of seclusion while surprisingly only app. Two miles from the Village of Cuchara, which offers great dining experiences, shopping, & activities for the entire family. Included in the 198+ acres are five 35-acre tracts that can be purchased individually. 198+-acre package at $2,000,000; 35-acre tracts starting at $300,000.

Cuchara Pass Ranch Colorado v Las Animas County v Cuchara


At an elevation of approximately 10,000 ft. this

Beck Property

mountain property has two options. 35 acres with improvements (Home, Bunk House, Large Shop/Barn) at $895,000. The improvements

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have a lot of custom features, visit our website Bordering National Forrest this 70+ acres of to check it out. Or 35 acres, vacant for your own High Country Mountain Property is heavily personal dream at $350,000. The property has forested with Ponderosa pine, Blue Spruce and amazing wide open views and large meadows, pictures don’t do the views justice. Better yet, visit Aspen. The spring-fed ponds on the property our area and see for yourself what a camera can’t capture. $895,000.

offer a cool drink of water to the wildlife roaming the property. Highway access. $649,000.


A 35 acre tract on Raspberry Mountain with a proven well. This property has beautiful panoramic views of the Spanish Peaks with glimpses of

Jimbo & Terri Wetsel, Brokers/Owners

the igneous rock dikes that radiate from the West Spanish Peak like spokes on a wheel. These rock formations are unique to our area. $239,000.

Raspberry Mountain Colorado v Huerfano County v Cuchara

50 Cuchara Ave. E • Cuchara, CO 81055

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Horse Lover’s Dream Home California v Mariposa County v LaGrange


Horse lover’s dream home on 4.2 acres with 60' round pen, 100 x 150' arena and two fenced pastures.

Berit Kentta-Brown 209 852-2034 133 Old Ward Ferry Road #E Sonora, CA 95370

Miles of horse trails right off your property, no need to trailer. The 3,700 square-foot home is exceptional with an updated, open kitchen area, perfect for entertaining. Granite counters, travertine floors and warm wood cabinets. 1,200 square-foot game room with 50s-style diner, pool table, arcade games and jukebox. Three bedrooms, 2.5 baths and 3-car finished garage with work shop area, large RV carport and tack room. Close to large lakes and views of Yosemite. Lease option or some owner financing is possible. $499,000.

True Colorado West


Colorado v Grand County v Kremmling

This premier horse property has it all, including a 2,600-foot airstrip, private hanger, 120x200 fully insulated arena and a 24-stall barn with a one-bedroom, one-bath apartment. The wellappointed ranch-style home overlooks panoramic

Rebecca A. Guthrie SFR, Realtor 970 485-4141


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views of the Colorado River and Eagles Nest and offers four bedrooms, three baths and a walkout basement. The ranch has all-season access within 90 minutes of Denver, Vail, Steamboat Springs, Summit County and WP. $1,749,999.

High Desert Retreat Utah v Wayne County v Notom


Enjoy the privacy of 53 acres and the rugged beauty of Southern Utah’s High Desert near Capitol Reef National Park. Bordered by public lands with stunning views by daylight and astounding star-filled skies by night. The courtyard of the 3,600-square-foot home transitions to the wilderness. $689,000.

Cathy Bagley P.O. Box 750009 • Torrey, UT 84775 435 425-3200

Want The Perfect Back Yard? Just Add Water

Colorado v La Plata County


Amazing Lake Paradise, this is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity! Set on a 36-acre parcel with ownership of nearly half of the beloved Turtle Lake. This amazing three-bedroom, three-bath, 3,136-squarefoot home is architecturally designed and custom built. With a separate 680-square-foot guesthouse, this stylish home is set overlooking the lake with a path leading down to the private dock where there is water access for swimming, boating or turtle watching. Also on the property is a two-stall barn and a fenced pasture with irrigation.

Karen Overington 700 Main Avenue • Durango, CO 81301

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Jordan & Company Real Estate Larry Jordan, Broker/Owner

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Journey Circle M Ranch - Livingston, Montana

3.4 acres - Nipomo. $279,000 12 acres - 3 parcels next to Cypress Ridge Golf Course. - $550,000 18.2 acres - possible 3 lots. - $749,000 2.9 acres - Nipomo - $259,000 7 lots - approximately 1.75 acre each. Ready to build on. - $2,950,000 24 acres - Nipomo Highlands - $449,000 R1 Lots - Cypress Ridge – starting at - $295,000 20 acres - Nipomo Highlands - $399,000 13 lots - next to Cypress Ridge Golf Course - $5,650,000 39 acres - Upper Lopez Canyon - $250,000 12 + acres - on HWY 101 - Commercial Potential - $1,275,000 3 R1 Lots in Village of AG - starting at $179,000 110 acres - AG land/development possibility/good water - $3,975,000 2.5 acres - Commercial/off HWY 46 - $679,000 39 acres - great for hunting or recreational use - $250,000 Corner lot - with building in downtown Pismo Beach - $899,000 Own a piece of the Central Coast - Grover Beach 1/1 - $249,000 20 acres - Highland Hills with small MF home - $425,000 Comfortable home - 3 bdrm/2.5 baths - $419,000 Mixed Use - commercial bldg & 2 houses - $619,000 4 Plex - rarely vacant - Village of Arroyo Grande - $659,000

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406-222-1623 120 acre Paradise Valley, Montana Ranch bordering the Yellowstone River with approx. 1,200 feet of very accessible river frontage. 6 separate parcels sold as one property. Surrounded by luxury homes. Panoramic views of the Absaroka and Gallatin Mountain ranges and world class trout fishing on the Yellowstone River. Close to Absaroka Beartooth Wilderness, Chico Hot Springs, Livingston, and Yellowstone National Park. $3,750,000. Dry Creek Ranch - Livingston, Montana 644 acres with views of Emigrant Peak and the Yellowstone River. An incredible investment opportunity. Made up of seventeen – 20+-acre lots with an additional 189 irrigated acres with excellent water rights. Good conservation easement potential. Close to Yellowstone National Park. $2,990,000. Willow Creek Ranch - Livingston, Montana 307 very private acres located between large ranches with views of the Crazy, Bridger and Absaroka Mountain ranges. Over one mile of Willow Creek runs through the property as well as two ponds attracting local wildlife. Recently updated log home, close to US Forest Service offering unlimited recreational opportunities, only 12 miles from Livingston. $1,974,000.

Live Water Properties

866-734-6100 C & B Reece Ranch Tetonia, Idaho – Teton County – Reduced C & B Reece Ranch is comprised of 627 deeded acres of fertile soil with approximately 157.8 acres in active dry farmland. 372.02 acres are in an income- generating USDA program that promotes wildlife habitat for sharp-tailed grouse. The setting and topography include rolling farmland, ridges, aspen groves, riparian corridors and pristine views of the Teton Range and Yellowstone National Park. Bull Elk Creek flows year round through the property, providing water for stock and wildlife. For the hunter, wing-shooting opportunities are available for sharp-tailed grouse and Hungarian partridge. $2,539,350


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