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broker index AGPROfessionals.........................................51 Alain Pinel Realtors Amanda Thompson.....................................54 Alain Pinel Realtors Jerry R. Vaughn............................................54 Apline Real Estate.......................................72 American Heritage Real Estate Group......70 Aspen Snowmass Sotheby’s International Realty....................24 Bar M Real Estate, LLC................................76 Boulder Mountain Realty, Inc......................56 C3 Real Estate Solutions.............................53 California Agricultural Properties, Inc........63

Coldwell Banker Heritage House Realtors.............................58 Coldwell Banker International Previews.......64

The Drew Coleman Team...........................22 Farrell Smyth Inc..........................................77 Four Star Realty............................................61 The Grand Junction Group.........................76 The Group Inc..............................................36 Hall and Hall..................................... Cover, 08

Mason Real Estate Inc.................................6 6 Pacifica Commercial Realty.........................77 Pinon Real Estate Group, Buena Vista.......68 Premier Ranch Properties...........................38 Pueblo Del Sol Real Estate.........................55 Raich Montana Properties LLC...................74 Ranch Marketing Associates.......................42 Ranchline......................................................32

Harrigan Land Company LLC.....................73

RE/MAX Masters Martindale Team..........................................57

Headquarters West, Ltd. Andy Groseta...............................................35

RE/MAX Mountain West.............................62 Romick & Associates, Inc............................28

California Outdoor Properties....................26

Headquarters West, Ltd. Paul Groseta.................................................34

Century 21 Beutler & Associates................52

Hermitage Land Co.....................................69

Chase Brothers Properties..........................40

James Land Company.................................71

Telluride Properties O’Neill Stetina Group..................................69

The Chickering Company, Inc.....................60

Keller Williams Real Estate.........................12

United Country Real Estate........................59

Clark & Associates Land Brokers, LLC.........65

Mark Norem Real Estate Broker.................16

Wardley Real Estate.....................................67

Swan Land Company...................................75



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Page Acres± County

23.......... Maricopa................34 32.......... Yavapai...................34 163........ Mohave..................34 297........ Yavapai...................35

CALIFORNIA 1............ Contra Costa.........54 8............ Contra Costa.........64 10.......... San Luis Obispo....77 16.......... Alameda.................54 23.......... Contra Costa.........54 30.......... Shasta.....................27 33.......... Contra Costa.........54 41.......... Placer......................60 53.......... Contra Costa.........54 76.......... San Luis Obispo....77 106........ Trinity......................61 120........ Alameda.................54 160........ Alpine.....................60 210........ Nevada...................60 235........ Yolo.........................63

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12.......... Larimer...................36 17.......... Larimer...................53 18.......... Chaffee...................68 31.......... Garfield..................72 32.......... Weld.......................53 32.......... Weld.......................37 37.......... Larimer...................53 38.......... Pitkin.......................25 38.......... Routt.......................43 38.......... Routt.......................43 39.......... Pitkin.......................25 39.......... Larimer...................37 50.......... Boulder...................51 50.......... Routt.......................43 56.......... Pitkin.......................24 70.......... Larimer...................36 76.......... Delta.......................66 123........ Delta.......................62 176........ Gunnison................62 196........ Routt.......................71 320........ San Miguel.............66 414........ Routt.......................42




351........... Kootenai.............59 358........... Lemhi..................18 559........... Kootenai.............52 809........... Kootenai.............52

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5............ Garfield..................56 7............ Summit...................57 10,237... Utah........................38

2,638........ Camas.................16


76,060...... Lemhi..................17

35.......... Albany....................71


44.......... Sheridan.................40

1,796........ Lemhi..................19

223........... Big Horn..............65 333........... Park.....................74

293........ Sheridan.................40 320........ Sheridan.................40

678........... Stillwater.............75

320........ Carbon...................71

750........... Powell..................75

1,043..... Johnson..................41

1,345........ Park.....................74

1,945..... Sheridan.................41

2,295........ Deer Lodge........75 5,591........ Garfield...............75


2,019..... Goshen...................65 3,012..... Johnson..................40 4,161..... Platte......................65

204........... Socorro...............39

4,198..... Carbon...................71

375........... Lincoln.................32

6,224..... Goshen...................65

538........... San Miguel..........55

9,040..... Platte......................65

312........ Solano....................63

465........ Delta.......................62

596........... Catron.................39

314........ Solano....................63

488........ Garfield..................42

640........... Catron.................39

699........ Siskiyou..................27

490........ Routt.......................42

1,040........ San Miguel..........32

900........ Mariposa................60

600........ Routt.......................28

1,514........ Grant...................38

34,973... Natrona..................65

1,074..... Lassen.....................26

710........ La Plata...................58

2,880........ Catron.................39

83,604... Big Horn.................73

1,118..... Marin......................26

1,388..... Routt.......................73

3,200........ Catron.................39

1,311..... Modoc....................26

1,400..... San Miguel.............69

5,000........ Santa Fe..............32

2,576..... Colusa....................63

1,500..... Routt.......................43

6,070........ Catron.................39

4,915..... Shasta.....................61

1,619..... Mesa.......................66

15,900...... Rio Arriba............38


5,090..... Tehama...................27

1,928..... Grand.....................73

16,309...... Rio Arriba............73

50.......... Pasco......................70


2,000..... Routt.......................43

253,000.... Chaves................76

2,107..... San Miguel.............69

1............ Larimer...................53

4,478..... Mesa.......................66


2............ Garfield..................72

5,025..... Las Animas.............33

4............... Clark....................67

5............ Mesa.......................76

10,350... Routt.........................8

5............ Mesa.......................76

10,542... Mesa.......................66


10.......... Delta.......................62

21,793... Moffat.....................73

6............... Yamhill.................22

11,071... Sheridan.................41 15,000... Park.........................73

Outside the Region

TEXAS 52.......... Cooke.....................14 445........ Bosque...................12 942........ Llano.......................59 973........ Palo Pinto...............32






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 4 Cochise 15 Coconino 2 Gila 8 Graham 12 Greenlee 13 La Paz 6 Maricopa 7 Mohave 1 Navajo 3 Pima 10 Pinal 11 14 Santa Cruz Yavapai 5 Yuma 9


Alameda 33 Alpine 31 Amador 30 Butte 12 Calaveras 35 Colusa 5




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 27 San Francisco 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


Adams 22 Alamosa 52 Arapahoe 23 Archuleta 59 Baca 63 Bent 55 Boulder 11 Chaffee 34

AZ NM Cheyenne 37 Clear Creek 18 Conejos 60 Costilla 61 Crowley 45 Custer 43 Delta 32 Denver 21 Dolores 47 Douglas 28 Eagle 16 Elbert 29 36 El Paso Fremont 39 Garfield 15 Gilpin 19 Grand 10 Gunnison 33 Hinsdale 49 Huerfano 53 Jackson 3 Jefferson 20 Kiowa 46 Kit Carson 31 Lake 26 La Plata 58 Larimer 4 Las Animas 62 Lincoln 30 Logan 6 Mesa 24 Mineral 50 Moffat 1 Montezuma 57 Montrose 38 Morgan 12 Otero 54 Ouray 41 Park 27 Phillips 8 Pitkin 25 Prowers 56 Pueblo 44 9 Rio Blanco Rio Grande 51 Routt 2 Saguache 42 San Juan 48 San Miguel 40 Sedgwick 7 Summit 17 Teller 35 Washington 13 Weld 5 Yuma 14


Hawaii 1 Honolulu 2


Valley 13 Washington 12 Kalawao 3 Kauai 4 Maui 5


Ada 23 Adams 11 Bannock 40 Bear Lake 44 Benewah 4 Bingham 34 Blaine 26 Boise 17 Bonner 2 Bonneville 35 Boundary 1 Butte 19 Camas 25 Canyon 22 Caribou 41 Cassia 38 Clark 20 Clearwater 7 Custer 18 Elmore 24 Franklin 43 Fremont 21 Gem 16 Gooding 31 Idaho 10 Jefferson 27 Jerome 37 Kootenai 3 Latah 6 Lemhi 14 Lewis 9 Lincoln 32 Madison 28 Minidoka 33 Nez Perce 8 Oneida 42 Owyhee 30 Payette 15 Power 39 Shoshone 5 Teton 29 Twin Falls 36


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 33 Stillwater 51 Sweet Grass 50 Teton 16 Toole 5 Treasure 41 Valley 10 Wheatland 37 Wibaux 44 Yellowstone 53


Carson City 8 Churchill 11 Clark 17 Douglas 12 Elko 3 Esmeralda 15 Eureka 6 Humboldt 2 Lander 5 Lincoln 16 Lyon 10 Mineral 13 Nye 14 Pershing 4 Storey 9 Washoe 1 7 White Pine


Bernalillo 14 Catron 19 Chaves 27 Cibola 13 Colfax 4 Curry 23 De Baca 22 Dona Ana 31 Eddy 32 Grant 24 Guadalupe 17 Harding 12 Hidalgo 29 Lea 33 Lincoln 21 Los Alamos 8 Luna 30 McKinley 6 Mora 10

Otero 26 Quay 18 2 Rio Arriba Roosevelt 28 Sandoval 7 San Juan 1 San Miguel 11 Santa Fe 9 Sierra 25 Socorro 20 Taos 3 Torrance 16 Union 5 Valencia 15


Baker 24 Benton 19 Clackamas 18 Clatsop 1 Columbia 2 Coos 28 Crook 27 Curry 30 Deschutes 26 Douglas 29 Gilliam 9 Grant 23 Harney 35 Hood River 6 Jackson 32 Jefferson 21 Josephine 31 Klamath 33 Lake 34 Lane 25 Lincoln 15 Linn 20 Malheur 36 Marion 17 Morrow 10 Multnomah 5 Polk 16 Sherman 8 Tillamook 3 Umatilla 11 Union 12 Wallowa 13 Wasco 7 Washington 4

Wheeler 22 Yamhill 14


Beaver 19 Box Elder 1 Cache 2 Carbon 18 Daggett 10 Davis 6 Duchesne 14 Emery 21 Garfield 26 Grand 22 Iron 25 Juab 11 Kane 29 Millard 16 Morgan 7 Piute 23 Rich 3 Salt Lake 8 San Juan 27 Sanpete 17 Sevier 20 Summit 9 Tooele 4 Uintah 15 Utah 12 Wasatch 13 Washington 28 Wayne 24 Weber 5

WASHINGTON Adams 21 Asotin 34 Benton 29 Chelan 11 Clallam 8 Clark 37 Columbia 32 Cowlitz 36 Douglas 12 Ferry 4 Franklin 30 Garfield 33 Grant 20 Grays Harbor 23 Island 9

Jefferson 15 King 18 Kitsap 17 Kittitas 19 Klickitat 39 Lewis 27 Lincoln 13 Mason 16 Okanogan 3 Pacific 26 Pend Oreille 6 Pierce 25 San Juan 1 Skagit 7 Skamania 38 Snohomish 10 Spokane 14 Stevens 5 Thurston 24 Wahkiakum 35 Walla Walla 31 Whatcom 2 Whitman 22 Yakima 28


Albany 20 Big Horn 3 Campbell 6 Carbon 19 Converse 15 Crook 7 Fremont 8 Goshen 22 Hot Springs 9 Johnson 5 Laramie 23 Lincoln 12 Natrona 14 Niobrara 16 Park 2 Platte 21 Sheridan 4 Sublette 13 Sweetwater 18 Teton 1 Uinta 17 Washakie 10 Weston 11



Rising from the river valley to the mountain top


panning an enormous block of contiguous deeded land, the Motherwell Ranch is distinguished by its exceptional privacy, diverse landscape, abundant water, plentiful wildlife and accessible location. This landmark property stands out as a rare example of a large-scale Colorado mountain ranch combining multifaceted recreational and agricultural resources in one complete and balanced package. The Motherwell is situated in the scenic Williams Fork River valley along the north flank of the Flat Tops Mountains of northwest Colorado. Entering at the ranch gate, one is immediately struck by the stunning landscape embodied by this 10,350Âą acre property. From the cottonwood-lined river and hay meadows in the foreground, to the timbered skyline in the distance, nearly the entire field of view is encompassed by the ranch. 8

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Colorado v Routt County v Steamboat Springs Beyond the private bridge over the river, the ranch rises 2,550 feet in elevation over five miles to the national forest boundary, blending a rich mosaic of irrigated meadows, grass pastures, rolling foothills, verdant mountain parks and forests of aspen and conifers. The upper third of the ranch was formerly a part of Routt National Forest and remains representative of the quality and character of the finest lands found in our national forests. Historically the ranch has been operated as a highly-regarded hunting destination for trophy elk and mule deer. Complementing the outstanding wildlife component of the Motherwell is plentiful water for fishing, boating, aesthetics, irrigation and stock water. Its slopes are predominantly north-facing, resulting in lush ecosystems laden with a multitude


of springs, creeks, ponds and wallows. The higher elevations of the property are highlighted by three beautiful mountain lakes ranging between 10 and 20 surface acres in size. The lower ranch is anchored by 3.3 miles of both sides of the Williams Fork River, an excellent trout-fishing stream. The scenic and recreational strengths of the Motherwell are further enhanced by its extraordinary privacy and location. Encompassing one contiguous land mass of more than 16-square-miles, the ranch has no private inholdings and no impacts from public roads. This is rare for a ranch this size, and results in exceptional seclusion. Yet for all its privacy, the front gate is only 20 minutes from the region’s commercial airport, and world-class ski resort amenities with full services are only 45 minutes away in Steamboat Springs, striking the perfect balance between accessibility and escape.

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Well-suited improvements consisting of the ranch headquarters buildings, owner’s home, guest cabins and hunting lodge provide comfortable accommodations without being overdone. Extensive equestrian facilities are complemented by livestock operation support buildings and quality fencing. Private bridges over the river link to an excellent network of interior roads and trails to access all the various activity destinations throughout the ranch. Thoughtfully assembled by current ownership through a series of private and public land acquisitions, the Motherwell has benefited from enduring stewardship that is now in its fourth decade. Additionally, there are no conservation easements on the ranch, leaving it unrestricted and preserving that option for the next owner. $45 million, contact Brian Smith. 970-879-5544. v 888-260-4470 Investment Quality Rural Real Estate Throughout the U.S. & Internationally. Since 1946. Sales | Auctions | Finance | Appraisals | Management


BEST WEST of the

MERIDIAN ESTATE - 445Âą ACRES Central Texas v Bosque County v Meridian


stunning estate sitting on 445Âą acres just minutes from the DFW Metroplex offering an abundance of options from .cattle, recreation, hunting, dude ranch, or corporate retreat. With beautiful white pipe fencing and more than a mile of concrete drive leading up to the four-bedroom, four-bath, 4,854-square-foot main house with more than 5,000 squarefeet of outdoor living area surrounding the 20'x50' diving pool with a pool house. The two-story guest house can accommodate four with a full kitchen and bath. There is

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also an exercise room and an 1800’s log cabin. Offering state-of-the-art cattle facilities with an AC/vet room with digital scales. Also included is a covered set of working pens with chutes and a sale ring with an elevated auction platform. Attached to the working pens are 16 pipe pens with automatic watering devices and parking lot style lights. Included is a 60'x60' insulated helicopter hanger with concrete landing pad. Also used as a party barn with ceiling fans and dedicated electric circuits. Multiple other large pole barns for equipment and hay storage. Two 40,000 gallon water tanks that can be filled by well then deposited into tank behind house if needed. Property has county water and a well! There is also one liquid fertilizer tank, and one 1,000 gallon propane tank that supplies the furnace in the house and could supply a pool heater. Roughly 50 acres of klein grass for hay production. $2,800,000. v

Michael Goertz 512-784-3484


BEST WEST of the


Texas v Cooke County v Gainesville


n equestrian’s dream come true with every detail thought through to make day-to-day activities a breeze. Features include a main barn with office, tack room and wash rack plus a breeding barn with wash rack and vet room. There is a six-horse walker. Two additional stall barns bring the total to 30+ stalls. Covered arena is 100'x150' with 30 feet of holding pens inside. 100'x80' outside warm-up pen attached to covered arena. “D” shaped round pen has 150 feet of back fence with over 100 feet in depth. Roping arena is 135'x290' with outdoor lights and pneumatic controlled chute. There are multiple turnouts varying in size all with metal shade shelters. Pipe fencing with cable runs throughout the property. A very convenient service entrance.

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Owner’s entrance has beautiful landscaping leading up to an upgraded 3600-square-foot main house. There are three guest houses. Must see to appreciate! $1,560,000. v

Michael Goertz 512-784-3484


WILLOW CREEK RANCH Idaho v Camas County v Sun Valley


he largest privately-held mountain property available in the Sun Valley area, within 40 minutes of the airport. 3,238 total acres (2,638Âą deeded) surrounded on three sides by U.S. forest and BLM. Enjoy 3.5+ miles of Willow Creek with its rich mountain fishery and healthy riparian corridor. Spectacular mountain views and solitude on this vast mountain holding are enhanced by large aspen groves, natural springs, free-flowing streams, also abundant wildlife, including trophy elk, and renowned area 44 mule deer, plus bear, moose and upland birds. Features a hand-hewn log guest cabin, horse barn, plus power and phone to the ranch. This is absolutely the finest mountain property in the Sun Valley market. Broker is partial owner. $4,750,000.

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TYLER RANCH Idaho v Lemhi County v Leadore


nmatched cattle and sporting ranch, only 67 miles from Dillon, Montana. Stretching as one vast, contiguous holding, from the Continental Divide of the majestic Beaverhead Mountains to the rich Lemhi River Valley, with the ranch’s 14+ miles of spring creeks and Lemhi River fisheries flowing through the heart of the ranch. 76,060 acres with 9,144.32± acres deeded, 58,526 acres USFS, 7,040 acres BLM and 1,350 acres State Lease. 8,626 aum’s, “private” public land grazing, “out the gate”. Over 5,000 acres irrigated by 9 gravity-flow pivots, plus wheellines, flood and sub-irrigation. One of the finest, yet little known, fisheries in the Northern Rockies, with large numbers of elk, moose, bighorn sheep, antelope, deer, chukars, sage grouse, Hungarian partridges and waterfowl all inhabiting the ranch. Considered one of the most important resources in Idaho for the recovery of chinook and steelhead salmon. $26,500,000.

406-932-4606 •


BELLAMY, 4TH OF JULY CREEK RANCH Idaho v Lemhi County v Salmon


ear end-of-the-road idyllic setting within the inspiring and majestic Bitterroot Mountains, just 23.5 miles from Salmon. 358±-acre mountain ranch is bordered on by USFS with trout and salmon-filled 4th of July Creek flowing through. Like new 2,400±-square-foot log home with attached garage, complemented by a restored 850±-square-foot historic log guest house, plus horse barn from same era. Lush mountain pastures, 128± acres irrigated with 1896 water rights using gravity flow sprinklers and flood ditches. This water provides tremendous summer grazing for livestock, plus forage for area’s elk and deer herds. Perfect mountain retreat, convenient to Salmon, “the world’s whitewater rafting capital”, plus Lost Trail Ski area and the largest block of USFS in the lower 48 which adjoins the ranch. $2,150,000.

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Idaho v Lemhi County v Salmon

irst time on the market in five generations, an unbelievable find. Rare, end-of-the-road ranch. Idaho’s most spectacular valley. Six miles from the best small town in the west; just a couple of minutes from the airport. Base of the mountain setting. 1,796± deeded, plus more than 75,000 acres of BLM and USFS summer grazing “out the gate”. Rated at 300 cow, year-round. Approximately 962± acres irrigated by pivot, wheel lines and flood. Privacy, spectacular uninterrupted views, private lakes, ponds and spring-fed creeks, plus elk, mule deer, upland birds and waterfowl. Tremendous, once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. $6,200,000.

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17940 NE HILLSBORO HWY. | NEWBERG, OREGON 4 BED | 4 BATH | 4,984 SF. $975,000


America’s Undiscovered Frontier Live on 5.8 beautiful acres of lush, pristine, pine-filled Oregon forest overlooking the charming town of Newberg, 30 miles South of Portland and centered in wine country. A wonderful blend of Country Americana and Pacific Northwest luxury living, this serene property is flush with delightful features: exposed beams, a full bar with stove top in the basement, an enormous four-bay shop and wood closet, twotiered wrap-around deck, spacious kitchen, home office with private entrance, ample windows, 5.8 acres, and of course, that one-of-a-kind view.

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(503) 908-4908 MEANWHILE RANCH is a 56-acre ranch in a natural and private setting bordering millions of acres of White River National Forest. This recreational paradise is set against a backdrop of red rock cliffs in Snowmass Canyon in Snowmass, Colorado.

MEANWHILE RANCH Old Snowmass, Colorado | $14,995,000 • 7 bedrooms, 7 full and 2 half baths • 11,746 sq ft main residence • Total of 17,374 sq ft heated living space • 56 beautifully landscaped acres • The ultimate equestrian property – new 7,150 sq ft indoor facility, 10,000 sq ft riding area and roping pen, 3 loafing sheds • New 2,525 sq ft guest house • 1,050 sq ft workshop, 323 sq ft settler’s cabin • Senior water rights and direct access from property to National Forest and Roaring Fork River

Chris Klug 970.948.7055

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/klugproperties SNOWMASS RANCH, Old Snowmass, Colorado | $8,900,000 • 5 bedrooms, 7 full and 1 half baths • 8,412 sq ft main residence on 38.6 acres • One bedroom guest suite with full kitchen and separate entry located off the 2 car garage • Incredible views from Capitol Peak to Mt. Sopris • 3,000 sq ft patio, theater room, entertainment room

• Gym with massage room, steam shower and sauna • Pond with Little Elk Creek running into it • Nearly 5,000 sq ft barn with 1 bedroom apartment and 3 car garage with radiant heat, basketball area, and abundant storage. • Sold partially furnished. SOPRIS MOUNTAIN RANCH, Old Snowmass, Colorado | $2,100,000 • 4 bedrooms, 5 baths, 5,562 sq ft • 37.5 acres with spectacular Mt. Sopris views • Cascading water feature and beautiful gardens • Main house with high ceilings, guest bedroom, TV room and office

• 4 car garage and separate guest apartment • Sopris Mountain Ranch offers 2,000+ acres of hiking, equestrian and XC skiing trails, polo field and horse boarding stable • Easy access to Aspen and Basalt/Willits






EstEro AmEricAno rAnch

California ~ Marin County ~ Valley Ford

On the market for the first time in nearly 150 years is this 1,118Âą- acre California heritage ranch; it has been in the same family since

the 1860’s. The ranch has been USDA Certified Organic since 2006, producing Certified Animal Welfare Approved and American Grass Fed Full Blood Registered Beef Cattle, as well as a commercial herd. The property offers 22 natural springs, ponds and reservoirs have been developed for the cattle and wildlife for over 100 years. $ 10,200,000 Contact Todd Renfrew (707) 455-4444

spring crEEk rAnch

California ~ Lassen County ~ Adin

T he 1,074+/- acre Spring Creek Ranch is a trophy fishing and hunting property. The ranch has over four miles of private fishing for wild

trout, Rainbow, Brown and Red Band trout naturally reproduce in the stream. The ranch is also located in the X-3A premium-hunting zone known for their large mule deer and antelopes. Main home, bunkhouse, guest-house, barns, shops and outbuildings provide the new owner with many options. $5,500,000 Contact Todd Renfrew (707) 455-4444

circlE c rAnch

California ~ Modoc County ~ Adin

Just 15 miles from the Spring Creek Ranch, this 1,311+/- acre ranch is another trophy fishing and hunting property. The ranch has over four miles of private fishing for wild trout, Rainbow, Brown and Red Band trout. The ranch is also located in the X-3A premium-hunting zone known for their large mule deer and antelopes. Run 150 pair and 400 steers for the season. Home, shop, historic barn and workshop make this ranch a turnkey operation. $6,000,000 Contact Todd Renfrew (707) 455-4444 Farm, Ranch & Recreational Real Estate

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Todd Renfrew, Broker / Owner (707) 455-4444

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DiAmonD rAnch

California ~ Tehama County ~ Cottonwood

This 5,090 acre very private ranch offers beautiful views of Mt. Shasta and Mt. Lassen and is teeming with wildlife. The ranch gives the buyer a surplus of options; a cattle ranch with oak covered grasslands, an equestrian wonderland with miles of trails, a hunting preserve with abundant game, several potential conservation opportunities, a family compound where you can build what you want and create your own legacy. Diamond Ranch is also in the Williamson Act. $6,450,000 Contact Todd Renfrew (707) 455-4444

ButtE VAllEy orgAnic AlfAlfA rAnch California ~ Siskiyou County ~ Dorris

This is a productive 699 acre hay ranch in great condition! 525 acres of this northern California ranch are in alfalfa, clover and rye. These crops were planted in 2013 and 2014 and are producing over 3,000 tons/year. There are four Reinke pivots, and a 55x125 sf, two 700 ton capacity pole barns. The pivots, mainline, and barns were all built and installed in 2011, 2012, 2013 and 2016. Butte Valley is an outdoors-men’s paradise. $4,100,000 Contact Kathy Hayden and Amy Friend (530) 643-1336

south fork lookout

California ~ Shasta County ~ Shasta

Welcome to this secluded and stunning home with commanding day and night views on top of 29.96

acres. The 4,530 square foot two-story home in the Tuscan architectural style is surrounded by tailored gardens, extensive patios, a vanishing-edge swimming pool, and a poolside barbecue area perfect for entertaining. Inside, vaulted spaces, walls of windows, sophisticated finishes contribute to a feeling of comfortable elegance. $2,250,000 Contact Scott Soder and Nikki Rodriguez (530) 727-7572

Todd Renfrew, Broker / Owner (707) 455-4444

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Protected for Perpetuity: Habitat and Heritage Colorado v Routt County v Hayden


eing a sanctuary to an abundance of wildlife where bald eagles oversee the territory, partnerships have preserved the dynamic landscape, agricultural heritage and diverse wildlife habitat resulting in a low-density oasis amid 8,500 prime acres conserved in one contiguous block along miles of the Yampa River. This includes portions of the 600-acre Yampa River Headquarters Ranch. The 600 acres includes 140 acres of un-eased property entitling a land owner to build additional homes on several distinct sites and 460 acres of conserved irrigated meadows including Elk Island. Yampa River Headquarters Ranch hosts more than three channel miles of the Yampa River along this protected corridor and sits in a pristine valley surrounded by working farms and ranches. The Yampa contributes the important irrigation waters and offers many recreational opportunities. Water rights include over 14 cfs from the Gibralter Ditch dating back as far as 1888 assisting in the production of 500 plus tons of irrigated and dryland hay.

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The ranch has served as a purebred cattle and horse operation having extensive improvements including a 100x200-feet hay/ equipment barn with a bathroom and wash room, working corrals, 10-stall calf barn, covered processing area with hydraulic squeeze chutes, vet room and a certified livestock scale. There is also a mechanical shop and several loafing sheds. The newly remodeled three-bedroom/two-bath home with a detached three-car heated garage is the perfect ranch manager’s house.

A new owner could be a sportsman that enjoys hunting and fishing in addition to being a true ag operator in Routt County. Whether the livestock or hay operation is leased out or owner run, the ranch also provides plenty of prime habitat for the “feathers, fins and four-leggeds” from the diverse riparian environment to the pristine meadows. Steamboat Springs, offering world-class skiing and year-round recreation, is an easy 18-mile drive east on Hwy 40. This famous resort town offers all the amenities and cultural events needed for the mountain lifestyle. An owner who wants close proximity to a major airport can fly to the Yampa Valley Regional Airport and be within minutes of their ranch. This airport located two miles southeast of Hayden offers the only scheduled passenger flights to northwest Colorado.

Yampa River Headquarters Ranch is set up as a quality livestock operation or gentleman’s ranch in addition to contributing to the preservation of vital habitat. Video and maps at Offered at $5,700,000. v

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GOLD SPRINGS RANCH New Mexico v Santa Fe County v Santa Fe his ranch consist of 5,000± acres minutes from the historic Santa Fe Plaza and Madrid with 40+ shops and galleries, restaurants, spa, and museum. A couple of miles north, Cerrillos includes a state park with hiking paths and horseback riding. A 1,600-acre tract can be purchased with available financing. Buy all or part of this magnificent ranch along the historic Turquoise Trail. $10,000,000.


GORDON LAKE RANCH Texas v Palo Pinto County v Gordon s the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex expands, fewer large tracts are available. Approximately 40 minutes west of Fort Worth, adjacent to I-20, the 973-acre property is of historical significance. The Thurber Ranch Headquarters of 210 acres can be sold separately or with additional acreage. Financing is available on tracts as small as 35 acres, while they last. Take advantage of the flexible terms and make an appointment to preview today! $3,850,000.


HOT SPRINGS RANCH New Mexico v San Miguel Co. v Las Vegas inutes from Las Vegas, New Mexico with paved road access via State Highway 65, this heavily forested ranch overlooks the United World College. The Hot Springs are within walking distance of the ranch as well as the Montezuma Castle. With a network of newly created roadways throughout the ranch, it is easy to traverse. The 1,040± acres have all the conveniences, even city water service, and vistas that allow you to see for miles. $2,600,000.


CHOSAS RANCH New Mexico v Lincoln County v Ruidoso n the Hondo Valley, Chosas Ranch offers access to the best New Mexico offers, including horse racing, skiing, golfing, some of the best hunting in the Southwest and more. This 375-acre ranch has hill country, terrace, river bottom and live water. There is a steel building with two-story apartment (six rooms and two baths); barn and storage building; and domestic wells. Offered in a single tract or multi-parcel combinations. Will finance! $1,900,000.


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SAN FRANCISCO CREEK RANCH Colorado v Las Animas County v Trinidad inutes from Trinidad, this ranch offers 5,025 beautiful acres. The San Francisco Creek flows through the property and provides water to the agricultural enterprises below. The majestic mountains and rock face outcroppings tower over the wide-open vistas to the north. San Miguel Creek also flows through the property, providing an ample supply of spring-fed water to the wildlife. A system of access roads and trails allow access to the meadows and ponds hidden away in the dense vegetation rarely visited in years. Don’t be surprised if you see a bear getting a quick drink or elk meandering through the tall pines. Wildlife is abundant as some of the most sought-after mule deer and elk can be found on the ranch. Property can be divided and financing is available. Now is the time to invest in this legacy property! $9,450,000.


Paul Taylor III 866-323-3111


THE DOS S Arizona v Maricopa County v Fountain Hills he Dos S is a 22.78 acre private inholding surrounded by Tonto National Forest. It is located just off the Beeline Hwy behind a locked gate approximately 35 miles from WestWorld in Scottsdale; Payson is 40 miles to the north. Elevation is 2,200 feet in a classic sonoran desert setting, riparian along the creek and spring-fed pond. This property has been in the same family since it was homesteaded and would make for an excellent site for an off-grid, private, secluded estate but still close enough to the northeast Phoenix Metro area. $1,025,100.


FX RANCH Arizona v Yavapai County v Humboldt he FX Ranch is located on Hwy 69 approximately 20 miles from downtown Prescott and 80 miles from Phoenix. The ranch has 32.19 deeded acres in two separate parcels; 12.6 acres with two homes (along with an enclosed barn, pens and corrals on the adjacent state lease) are at the headquarters. The other 19.59-acre parcel has a spring and waterfall and would make for an excellent secluded and private home site. The ranch has a State Land and BLM lease with a carrying capacity of 66.3 Animal Units on 4,247.46 acres. This is an attractive little ranch that is easily accessible from both Prescott and the Phoenix Metro area. $1,000,000.



his is an exceptional ranch that has privacy, beauty, historic water rights and 35 acres of irrigated land. These amenities are becoming increasingly rare to find in Arizona. You’ll be hard pressed to find a more economical irrigation source than what is available on this ranch. The 163.01-acre headquarters also includes a 12¹ section state and adverse grazing allotment. The ranch is being offered turnkey to a new owner who will be able to make this into their legacy ranch. TCR is back on the market at the reduced price of $875,000.

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WALKING L RANCH Arizona v Yavapai County v Wickenburg


he Walking L Ranch remains to be one of the last operating cattle ranches headquartered right in Wickenburg, an area well known throughout the world as a team roping and horse enthusiast destination. In total the ranch has 296.66 deeded acres and 52 sections of Arizona state lease and BLM. The ranch historically runs approximately 300 head of cattle year-round. The 110-acre headquarters is two miles north of downtown Wickenburg with 30 acres irrigated by sprinklers along the Hassayampa River. There are seven homes throughout the ranch, a large equipment shop and a landscape material/gravel pit. This is an extremely well-watered desert ranch with 24 operating wells. There are working pens with triggers at every water. Current ownership has done a magnificent job in maintaining and improving the ranch. It is offered turnkey with cattle and equipment; you will not find too many ranches around like the Walking L. See a video on our website. Now offered at $4,500,000.

Andy Groseta 928-634-8110



ttention to every detail is evident in this masterfully designed, custom-built home with opulent architectural features. This masterpiece is situated on 11.7 acres with spectacular sweeping mountain views, a private setting and only 10 minutes to downtown Fort Collins. Only the highest quality of materials, fixtures and appliances is used and installed. A total of six bedrooms and eight bathrooms includes an attached guest suite and a fully detached self-contained guest studio. There are six in-garage parking spaces with an abundance of outdoor parking and plenty of room to build a large barn or RV shop. The landscaping alone makes you feel as if you are on a high-end resort vacation. Lot one of 5.46 acres can be sold off from the whole. Don’t miss your chance to be the lucky new owner. $2,400,000.

SPECTACULAR SWEEPING MOUNTAIN VIEWS Colorado v Larimer County v Fort Collins



he original owners of this very rare 70-acre horse property close to town on all paved roads are offering it for sale for the first time. This property is completely fenced and cross-fenced to care for and rotate your horses. The custombuilt home has been very well cared for as has the entire property; the pride of ownership is very evident. There is city water for domestic use and a registered well for the yard irrigation and animals. The property is eligible to be split into two 35-acre parcels. Valley views from the home and all wooden barn with upper deck are fantastic and just a short ride over the hill to Carter Lake. The outdoor spaces are true Colorado with large fire pit for big cowboy gatherings. You can be the lucky new owner! $1,300,000. 970-222-0340 • • Colorado v Larimer County v Berthoud

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RESORT-STYLE LIVING Colorado v Weld County v Windsor



ruly the most unique private estate available for purchase in northern Colorado, Currently Under Contract this gated 32-acre property consists of a 9,575-square-foot ranch-style home with a light and bright walk-out lower level that was built with only the highest level of materials and craftsmanship available. This private residence is set up for the discriminating buyer who wants resort-style living that includes an in-ground pool, basketball court, large playground area, volleyball court, horseshoe pit area, fire pit, covered and uncovered outdoor living spaces, water feature, multiple security cameras and more just to describe a bit of the exterior. The interior is just as spectacular with seven bedrooms, seven bathrooms, three laundry rooms, five fireplaces, large home gym, theater room, library, huge fun/game room, gourmet kitchen, butler pantry and so much more to describe. A personal viewing is the only way to truly appreciate this one-of-a-kind Colorado-style home that is close to towns, schools and easy highway access for visiting all of the front-range cities and Denver International Airport. Listing agent(s) must be present at each showing of your qualified buyers so that no detail is missed. $1,995,000.

ountain views, privacy, luxury and quality are what this home and property are all about. At night enjoy the star-filled sky with the sound of quiet. This original owner custom-built home is perched on a hill that Colorado v Larimer County v Wellington truly features all of the previous description. Ranch with walk out lower level includes luxury master suite, sought after large open kitchen, main level laundry. Lower level features media area, bar open to rec room, private suite along with two additional bedrooms and three bathrooms. Large three-car garage with breezeway attached to home. Only a quick minute to Soapstone Recreation Area for hiking and mountain biking. Shows amazing in person. $850,000.


Dave Trujillo, Partner 970-222-0340 • Please call for additional properties available, but not listed in this advertisement.



spectacular property with two-anda-half miles of Spanish Fork River frontage and an eastern boundary adjoined by Thistle Creek. The property contains one lake, three active streams, more than 100 springs, and a variety of vegetation and wildlife. Eagle Ridge Ranch consists of 10,237 contiguous deeded acres in diverse topography. Two planning assessments Utah v Utah County v Spanish Fork have been prepared for the property which cover several aspects of development including a private golf and ski club, a high-end housing development, and the substantial tax benefits of a conservation easement. The water rights transferring with Eagle Ridge Ranch are sufficient for 350 homes. A diverse wildlife population makes itself at home at Eagle Ridge Ranch, which is encompassed mostly by national forest and state wildlife management areas providing a cushion around the ranch and protecting its wildlife. An advantageous location that provides easy and immediate access to the Wasatch Valley with considerable development potential while still remaining a remote hunting and wildlife sanctuary. The future prospects for Eagle Ridge Ranch are unlimited. $35,000,000.


SAWMILL CREEK RANCH New Mexico v Grant County v Mule Creek olling hillsides carpeted in grama grass, and canyons lined in black walnut and oak, with seasonal creeks, make up the 1,514 deeded acres of Sawmill Creek Ranch. Panoramic views of the Gila and Apache National Forests, widespread recreational activity and a myriad of hunting opportunities welcome the new buyer. In addition, the ranch can support 40 to 45 cows. Sawmill Creek’s remarkable location is within one hour of Silver City, NM and Safford, AZ, bringing together a genuine southwestern treasure. $5,000,000.



win Peaks Ranch is an ideal winter range cattle ranch with the perk of world class mule deer hunting. Twin Peaks consists of 15,900-acres, 960 deeded acres and 14,940 leased acres. The ranch runs 275 pair for seven months, November through June. Rio Arriba County is one of the top producing counties for B & C bucks in the west, and Twin Peaks is situated in some of the best country within that county. Sandstone rims blanketed in pinon, juniper forests that are broken up by sage flats and gramma grass draws, and amazing vistas of the Colorado Mountains add to the distinction of Twin Peaks Ranch. $2,000,000.

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BLUE HILLS ELK RANCH New Mexico v Catron County v Pie Town



ver 6,000 acres of magnificent country, 5,430 deeded acres and 640 state leased acres. Scenic views are in all directions and terrain ranges from grassy meadows to rocky bluffs and rolling pinon juniper covered mountains. Blue Hills Elk Ranch receives five rifle elk tags in an excellent hunting area and has the capacity to run a minimum of 70 to 80 cows year round. This is a fantastic ranch with a multitude of surrounding beauty and recreational opportunity. $4,300,000. Price is negotiable, seller will finance.


New Mexico v Catron County v Luna

he 2,880 acres of the Heavenly Acres Ranch, 1,760 deeded acres and 1,120 leased acres, sit within the majestic beauty of the Apache National Forest. This is a picturesque setting of lush green meadows surrounded by mountaintops of ponderosa pine, and skies that reach to eternity. An ideal horse property, or cattle ranch, the lush green meadows and leased acres of Heavenly Acres Ranch currently support approximately 140 to 160 yearlings. Located in some of New Mexico’s finest country for big game hunting, Heavenly Acres Ranch is a fantastic location for an outfitting business and/or summer dude ranch with improvements in place. Only 30 minutes from the quaint mountain town of Alpine, Arizona and Luna Lake. Reduced from $3,800,000, Heavenly Acres Ranch is now available for $3,000,000.

GALLO MOUNTAIN RANCH New Mexico v Catron County v Reserve


estled beneath the summits of Fox Mountain and Gallo Peak, in the Apache National Forest, lies the Gallo Mountain Ranch. ConNew Mexico v Catron County v Pie Town sisting of 640 deeded acres, along with 38,633 forest leased acres, Gallo Mountain Ranch is encompassed by a unique recreational dreamland private hunting retreat with elk grazing in its meadows, a good that embraces trophy big-game hunting, fishing, and endless recrewell already in place, electricity close by, and several pristine ational activities. Gallo Mountain Ranch is situated at a cool summer building sites makes the 596 acres of Elk Camp Ranch a dream hunt7,500 feet within an expanse of forested timber, open meadows and a ing or recreational property. $750,000. myriad of springs and creeks. Gallo Mountain Ranch, and the forest surrounding it, offer some of the nation’s finest trophy elk, mule deer, black bear and turkey hunting. Gallo Mountain Ranch is a seasonal yearling ranch and runs up to 700-plus head from mid-May through mid-October. Gallo Mountain Ranch is a breathtaking and productive. $2,750,000.



OAK CREEK CANYON New Mexico v Socorro County v Magdalena


rivate and secluded at the furthest southern point of Hop Canyon, the 204 acres of Oak Creek Canyon are surrounded by the Cibola National Forest yet conveniently located only 15 minutes from Magdalena. A charming ranch house of 1,900 square-feet sits in peace and tranquility in the canNew Mexico v Catron County v Quemado yon bottom, while elk, mule deer, bear, and wild turkey drink from the pond istant views of the Sawtooth Mountains to the east and Mariano and various springs along the creek. Truly a one-of-a-kind property. $900,000. Mesa to the west, along with a blend of rolling hills and mesas, flowJay Platt • 575-740-3243 ing into meadows of gramma grass and wildflowers, capture the essence of the 3,200-acre Trotter Ranch, consisting of 2,640 deeded acres and Susan Johnson • 505-469-4303 560 BLM leased acres. Quality elk and mule deer hunting, and a close Office • 844-363-0520 proximity to the White Mountains of Arizona, where numerous lakes, streams and ski resort provide year-round recreational activity, combine



to enhance the numerous attributes of the Trotter Ranch. $2,100,000.

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Wyoming v Sheridan County v Sheridan ocation is everything and this property, with excellent and valuable water rights, is in the right location. As a producing hay ranch, this ranch is capable of 460 1,560# alfalfa/grass bales. But more importantly, it sits in the perfect location for development opportunities, especially with the water resource and stunning mountain views. $2,500,000.


Wyoming v Johnson County v Buffalo ind peace, privacy and tranquility on this beautiful ranch tucked away in the Upper French Creek valley. Just minutes from downtown Buffalo, French Creek provides a cottonwood-lined riparian zone that is rich in wildlife and offers fantastic Big Horn Mountain views. With a nice mix of irrigation and upland, this working ranch will provide a new owner with a great place to live and recreate along with a small ranch operation. $4,300,000.



Wyoming v Sheridan County v Sheridan his awesome development opportunity is across the street from Sheridan College, which is a vibrant and growing junior college and highly acclaimed. With excellent Big Horn Mountain views and a nice run of Big Goose Creek through it, this property lends itself to an incredible single family property, or future PUD with great open space and building sites. This is truly a fantastic opening. $2,500,000.

Wyoming v Sheridan County v Sheridan ith an exquisite custom home blended into the landscape offering spectacular views of the Big Horn Mountains, this rare sporting ranch sits at the end of the road and has been managed for wildlife since 2000. This magnificent small Wyoming ranch is the perfect blend of luxury living, beautiful unencumbered views, productive agriculture and sporting recreation. $4,990,000.




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BEAVER CREEK RANCH Wyoming v Sheridan County v Big Horn


legacy ranch opportunity of a lifetime near Big Horn, Wyo. An oasis tucked in a private valley in the coveted Big Horn Mountain foothills; this sporting ranch is the best of lifestyle, agriculture, wildlife and conservation. Hunting and fishing are exceptional with abundant wildlife and carefully managed land and water resources. Excellent water rights and a gravity-flow irrigation system allow for tremendous agricultural production while promoting the habitat for wildlife. The owner’s residence beautifully and naturally blends in with the surrounding landscape and other improvements are well-designed, appointed and fitting for the ranch. $18,500,000.

C BAR B RANCH Wyoming v Johnson County v Buffalo


xceptional and scenic sporting, equestrian and production ranch right off paved highway and only 10 miles from Buffalo, Wyo., in the heart of the Clear Creek Valley. The C Bar B Ranch has almost four miles of trophy trout fishing on Clear Creek, plus other fishing opportunities in a large pond, seven pivots on 360-irrigated acres and tremendous water rights. Complete with a skeet range, a 32,000-square-foot indoor arena with 32 stalls and dog kennels, an executive home, and a manager’s home, this ranch is a great investment opportunity in the low-tax state of Wyoming near the wonderful communities of Buffalo and Sheridan. $6,400,000.

BRINKERHOFF RANCH Wyoming v Sheridan County v Sheridan t’s extremely rare to find a 600-AU ranch that has 11,071 total acres (9,323± deeded) and is all blocked for ease of management and privacy only 15 minutes from Sheridan, Wyo. It has excellent and abundant water rights for irrigation, plus great rangeland for livestock grazing and big game hunting. This ranch has excellent hunting for trophy whitetail and mule deer, elk, and upland game birds as well. This is a true investment-grade working ranch with great recreation in a great location. $9,500,000.




STEAMBOAT RIVER RANCH Colorado v Routt Co. v Steamboat Springs his top-quality horse property borders nearly two miles of the Elk River and offers 490 acres of prime irrigated and grazing land. A scenic, 4.5 mile drive from Steamboat Springs via paved roads, the property offers a substantial stretch of live water, access to the national forest across the street and many luxury improvements. $12,950,000.


SWEETWATER LAKE RANCH Colorado v Garfield County v Gypsum ordered by the national forest and wilderness area, these 488 stunning acres feature a 77-acre natural lake tucked between limestone cliffs; the lake has brook, brown and rainbow trout and kokanee salmon. It lies near the end of a year-round, maintained county road, close to the I-70 corridor and a short drive to several ski resorts. $9,300,000.


MEYERS YAMPA RIVER RANCH Colorado v Routt Co. v Steamboat Springs n the banks of the Yampa River, this 414-acre ranch has year-round paved access. The custom 5,600-square-foot Montana Log home has views from the water to the Steamboat ski area. Featured in Log Home Living and Steamboat Magazine, the house has a front-row seat to a spectacular display of landscape and wildlife. $8,900,000.


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DEEP CREEK RANCH SOUTH Colorado v Routt Co. v Steamboat Springs ituated in the sought after Elk River area, this 2,000-acre ranch is 12 miles northwest of Steamboat. The ranch is ideally suited for a livestock operation—good cattle handling facilities, great fencing and numerous ponds and springs. Water rights convey. The ranch is accessed via year-round, county-maintained roads and has modest homes and outbuildings. $7,250,000.


MURPHY LARSEN RANCH Colorado v Routt County v Clark hese 1,500 alpine acres border Routt National Forest. The 11 homesites have direct mountain views and most are covered with aspen. Improvements consist of a state-of-the-art central water system and a meeting/recreation facility. Enjoy the activities and use the amenities at The Home Ranch, a renowned guest ranch available to the homeowners. From $600,000.




Colorado v Routt County v Steamboat Springs

ordered by the Routt National Forest on two sides, this 38-acre resort property has nearly ¼ mile of private frontage on the crystal-clear Elk River. The property is located 20 paved miles from Steamboat Springs on easily traveled, year-round county roads and currently operated as a commercial resort that can accommodate up to 14 guests. $1,700,000.

SIDNEY PEAK RANCH Colorado v Routt Co. v Steamboat Springs his 1,500-acre shared-amenity ranch has miles of groomed equestrian/hiking/ biking trails, paved roads and a two-bedroom bunkhouse—all amenities shared by 32 owners. A professionally managed 32-stall barn and indoor arena offers on-site horse boarding. Parcel 30 has 50-deeded acres with views from the irrigated hay meadows to the Steamboat ski area. $585,000.


ZIRKEL VIEW RANCH Colorado v Routt Co. v Steamboat Springs


eaturing a 4 bedroom home, this 38 acre ranch is located 20 miles from Steamboat Springs. Clean lines, modern light fixtures and exposed metal beams complement the natural wood and stone materials. The ranch also has a metal shop, heated shop with small attached greenhouse and a small studio. Enjoy year-round access and end-of-the-road privacy. $799,000.

Christy Belton 970-734-7885



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he changing West is sometimes best understood by identifying the evolving desires of today’s “new” ranch owner. Nowadays, many western ranch buyers are searching for more than a fence, homestead or hayfield. They are in search of a piece of the simpler past. A place to build a legacy. A place to slow down time with their family while they still have an opportunity.

They’re looking for a place to live an adventure. The Western Ranch Dream As our world experiences the reality of smaller and fewer spaces left untouched, the vast skylines of the West still hold the true majesty of understanding what creation really is and how we are truly blessed to enjoy it. Can you remember the last night you spent in the open without a single light on any horizon in any direction? There is little in this world that inspires appreciation like spending a night under star-filled skies, truly seeing the Milky Way, or sitting atop a high ridge as the sun breaks to the east, cold mist floating up from the valley bottoms as elk bugles ring across the hillsides. The recent Trace Adkins song Just Fishin’ perfectly paints the picture of what I call livin’. It’s the story of a young girl spending time with her dad, sitting lakeside, casting out, just enjoying time with something that doesn’t have a LCD screen. This lyric clearly brings home this point about focus on appreciation: I guarantee this memory’s a big’in, And she thinks we’re just fishin’.


The Western Ranch Story You can understand western ranches even better when you know how the West was settled. The higher portions of the West, with their high peaks, steep hillsides and alpine valleys, were typically settled in search of minerals, typically in deeded, 10-acre mining claims. Some areas in the Mountain West may see hundreds of 10-acre claims covering one mountain, with each and every parcel deeded to a different owner. These high alpine, mineral-rich areas flowed down to larger tracts of land known as placer claims, which were originally laid out as 160-acre ore processing areas.

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As you continue to head downstream, you would come to the first real mountain valleys. These became townships, providing materials and goods to the higher claims. As the valleys continue to widen, you would start to see homesteads producing cattle and potatoes for the upstream communities. This history is the main reason so many of the high alpine mountains near the west ski areas contain so few large, deeded ranches. Today, that same lack of deeded ground has driven the limited supply into higher valued purchases. In the Mountain West, you can find larger deeded ranches where large sheep/cattle

and ag operations are the mainstay. In northern Colorado and southern Wyoming, you will find some spectacular mountain ranches, where cost-per-acre for lush, game-covered mountain ground will be less expensive than dry West Texas plains acreage. In areas like western New Mexico and eastern Utah, you may measure the cow by the section but you can find some very large ranches with truly unthought-of attributes. Many of these types of ranches are located hours from any type of ski area or upbeat mountain town, but they provide a western experience just a bit closer to the true history of the West.

The Modern Western Ranch Journey If you’re an adventure ranch buyer, your challenge starts with clearly understanding what your property goals are and then determining how best to make a wise investment work with available budgets. You also have to recognize what your ranch perspective is, along with issues like land logistics, regional amenities and travel times. Making the right choice in the right area, on land that provides the right attributes, can make your ranch purchase the legacy property of many dreams. Ranch values are widely diverse across the west. Large acreages don’t necessarily mean large dollars. In some areas, a big ranch may total less than a couple hundred acres, while in other areas of the West, without thousands of acres, a ranch may have little to offer.

When you lay out your goals for a ranch purchase, take into consideration what you personally consider to be the needed amenities. Is close proximity to local activities a deal maker or a deal breaker? In many cases, we find the guys love the more remote properties with long drives, no people and BIG back yards, while many ladies, and a growing number of our kids, like to be just a bit closer to regional attributes, like the ski valley, a mountain town or even a bit of shopping. This is one of the larger first steps in defining your ranch search, and your answers shed light on a better understanding of ranch values for you. For example, there is a ranch located just minutes from outstanding luxuries, medical facilities, shopping and dining in the small mountain town of Lake City, Colorado.

Appropriately named Bucksnort Ranch, due to the meadows populated with deer and elk, the ranch backs into over two million acres of public land and is fronted by 34,000± acres of wilderness study area. This ranch has what many call the perfecta, low taxes due to ag status with strong water rights, great improvements, a main house and guest house, a mile of premier trout stream and five-acre trout lake, all with the ease of county-maintained, year-round access. Lying in a western mountain county with 96.5 percent public lands, a skyline of 5 to 14,000foot peaks, limitless high mountain lakes, streams and trails, this smaller, 184-deeded acres is one of the county’s largest ranches. This is the type of ranch where you realize that smaller is bigger, and you don’t have to own the castle to live like a king.


In your ranch journey, it is important to research these questions: • How are you going to access your ranch? • Are you a private flyer with the ability to travel great distances in short times? If so, what’s your desired window of flight time? If you are flying private and/or commercial, what’s the closest airport access? • If you’ll be driving to and from the ranch, are your drive goals within 8, 10 or 12 hours? Pay close attention to travel routes. • Do you have any issues with altitude? If so, what’s your envelope of comfort? • Are you looking for a full-season ranch or a summer escape? • Is your family growing and what ages of enjoyment will the ranch need to accommodate? • Is fall hunting a priority? If so, you need to focus on state regulations, regional game counts, big game migration routes, hunter success ratios, area ranches big enough or located well enough to hold game year-round, and whether the ranch can provide sanctuary grounds for migrating big game herds. Better understanding your goals will greatly help you make the right ranch purchase. All western ranches hold value and most see the return in value for what we call an end-user buyer. Ranches are a love, full of passion and commitment, and they provide untold joy and fulfilment year after year. On ranch after ranch, time has proven to be the best arbiter of value. Remember, a Class A ranch is a Class A ranch in both a good and bad economy, but time and enjoyment will always prove the winner. v

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Colorado v Boulder County v Longmont elight yourself in the panoramic views of the front range from this 50acre Boulder County beauty! Featuring a remodeled ranch home with a 3,000-squarefoot “special events� barn, stables, riding arena and 33 shares of Boulder-Whiterock Irrigation Water. $1,995,000.

Ryan Hostetler

3050 67th Ave, Suite 200 Greeley, CO 80634



RED HORSE MOUNTAIN RANCH Idaho v Kootenai County v Harrison ed Horse Mountain Ranch is a summer ranch resort and a member of the National Dude Ranchers Association. 559 acres of pristine meadows and timber surrounded by more than 300,000 acres of Panhandle National Forest. Main lodge has 9,000 square-feet, eight separate cabins and owner’s retreat. Numerous developed trails. Blue Lake Creek rows through heart of the valley. There are numerous seasonal recreational opportunities including lake and golf close by. $4,900,000.


POWDERHORN BAY 800-ACRE CATTLE RANCH Idaho v Kootenai County v Harrison rchitectural masterpiece built with old growth trees from Yellowstone Park with over 10,000-square-feet, 13 bedrooms, perfect family retreat, dude ranch, or corporate retreat. Situated in the middle of this very private 809acre ranch. A piece of the old west bordering on National Forest. 2,500-square-foot guest home and 1,900-square-foot settlers cabin plus many barns and shops. Property is entirely fenced. Coeur d’Alene Lakeviews and borders Lake Coeur d’Alene. Must see the extensive equipment list that is included. One of a kind in North Idaho. $5,900,000.


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ndless opportunities with open zoning. Previous multiple-species livestock breeding operation. Seventeen acres with spectacular views of Cobb Lake and the Rocky Mountains. Tree-lined private pond, gardens, Colorado v Larimer County v Fort Collins orchard, horse barn with three stalls and tack room, fenced pastures, stacker-accessible hay barn plus additional livestock and storage buildings. Irrigation pipe setup covering entire property. Remodeled home with main floor master, extensive wood flooring and woodwork, three fireplaces and a luxury garage. $1,125,000.


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eautiful gated 9,575-square-foot ranch home situated on 32 acres with walk-out lower level. Resort-style living with in-ground pool, basketball and volleyball court, horseshoe and fire pit, Colorado v Larimer County v Fort Collins covered and uncovered outdoor spaces, water feature and more. Spectacular interior with seven entral location and backing to trails. bedrooms, seven baths, three laundry rooms, five fireplaces, home gym, theater room, library, fun/ Grand Estate on .78-acre lot. More game room, gourmet kitchen, butler pantry and so much more. A personal viewing is the only way than 7,000 finished square-feet with four to truly appreciate this one-of-a-kind Colorado-style home. Pre-inspected and no HOA! $2,095,000. beds, six baths, four fireplaces and an oversized luxury garage. Family room, great room, office, music room, formal dining, gourmet kitchen, master suite, in-law or guest suite, billiard room, theater, gym, music parlor and a basement kitchenette. Iron, marble, tile, stainless steel, granite, stucco and high-end upgrades throughout property. $1,200,000.

3054 SURI TRAIL Colorado v Larimer County v Bellvue


agnificent estate and spectacular design in a gated community. This ranch home features a walk-out basement, five bedrooms, four-plus baths, main floor office, fitness or craft room, formal dining, gourmet kitchen, great room, rec room, master with five-piece bath, guest or in-law retreat and thousands in upgrades. 6,000 finished square-feet with a 1,077-square-foot attached garage and a detached 2,177-square-foot garage with office. 11.75 acre building envelope plus 24.77 additional deeded acres. $1,850,000.


John Simmons 970-481-1250

Jesse Laner 970-672-7212


7191 JOHNSTON ROAD California v Contra Costa County v Pleasanton



ucked behind private gates… Custom 23+ acre equestrian facility, offering the perfect opportunity for personal or professional equestrian. Facility has 50+ stalls, two covered arenas, and outdoor arenas. Income producing potential. Main home is 6,500-square-feet, a gourmet chef’s kitchen, family room, five bedrooms, five full bathrooms and two half baths, an office, exercise room, nine-car garage plus more. Located just five minutes from Blackhawk and close to 580/680 freeway, easy commute to San Francisco and San Jose. Property is subject to the Williamson Act. Check out

California v Alameda County v Livermore


iamond Hills Ranch. Income producing equestrian facility on 120 acres in North Livermore with an 80+ horse facility offers an enclosed indoor arena, three outdoor arenas and two round pens. Numerous hay, shaving and storage barns. Updated custom home is 5,556± square-feet with four bedrooms, plus spacious master, family room, formal dining room, bonus room, state-of-the-art kitchen, with oversized garage. Newly resurfaced pool. Call for details.

2626 MT DIABLO SCENIC BLVD. California v Contra Costa County v Diablo



California v Alameda County v Livermore

ated entry to this one-of-a-kind 16±-acres of all useable land, build your dream home and more. Great views of the surrounding hillsides and valleys. There are three wells on the property, one which is a 400-foot Artesian well. Property is completely fenced. This property has many uses; bring your horses, cattle, goats and more. Property is in the Williamson Act for lower property taxes and has 25 different uses. Located minutes from down town Livermore. Call for private showing.


rivate 0.92 acres with an updated custom single-story home. The property is the second to last house before the entry gates to Mt. Diablo State Park. It features four bedrooms and two updated baths, formal dining and great room with fireplace. The family room has a wood burning stove. Extensive decks and patio areas along with sport court and horse stable with three large stalls, feed room, tack room all with wood floors and wash rack. This is a one-of-a-kind property. Call for private showing. Price reduced.

30 QUAIL CROSSING California v Contra Costa County v Moraga


rivate gated 53+ acres with world-class views in Rancho Moraga area. Guest house approximately 1,100-square-feet with sport court. Property has a flat building pad for a 5,700± square-foot custom home. Property has 2.5+ acres planted vineyard, in need of some TLC. A custom Castle Brook six-stall horse barn in place for the equestrian rider. Backs to EBMUD property and regional parks for riding and hiking. One could live in the guest house while building their dream home. This property is close to all shopping; located within an excellent school district.

Jerry R. Vaughn 925-200-3030

California v Contra Costa County v Martinez


uild your dream estate home on this 33+ acres. Property has speculator views in all directions. Located at the end of the road for worlds of privacy. Easy access to Hwy 680 just a one-hour drive to San Francisco. Enjoy Mt. Diablo and Alhambra Valley state parks. Seller has made improvements, well, roads and entry gate. Possible lot split, zoning A-2. Call for private showing. Priced to sell.

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Amanda Thompson 925-260-7405 • BRE# 01911093



New Mexico v San Miguel County v Las Vegas

eautiful log home on 538 acres of rolling grassland with spectacular panoramic views of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains and the City of Las Vegas sprawled below. Vaulted ceilings, wall of windows, lovely tile throughout, wood carved column, skylights, solid wood doors and open floor plan bring elegance to the spacious living room with stone fireplace, dining room, gourmet kitchen with lovely hickory cabinets and brand new appliances, huge pantry, large sun room and office. Great for entertaining. Two guest bedrooms, twoand-a-half baths, spacious master suite with jetted tub, separate shower and walk-in closet provide serene comfort. Oversized two-bay attached garage has plenty of room for even a studio space. Covered and open patios perfect to enjoy the views. There is comfort for the horses in the fully equipped 16-stall barn with plenty of feed storage and half-bath, and of course the divided pastures. This horse ranch is conveniently located just 3.5 miles east of town. $1,350,000.

Bernadette Almanzar





Utah v Garfield County v Boulder

ear the incomparable Grand Staircase National Monument, where the mountain meets the desert, this amazingly unique home offers wonderful opportunities for hiking, biking and riding in the midst of an incredible landscape. The remote location adjoining the National Forest offers solitude, star-filled night skies and abundant wildlife. Meticulously and artfully designed for its land and environment, the home and guest house are built with steel beams, massive windows and doors, and a copper roof with very graceful lines. Artisan metal work throughout the property adds to the sense of quality and beauty. Over 5,000 square-feet of living space on five secluded acres. $1,400,000.

Cathy Bagley 435-425-3200 • 435-691-5424 cell

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Utah v Summit County v Oakley

akley 7.31-acres equestrian retreat epitomizes rustic elegance. Located just outside Park City, the ideal location for the outdoor lover. Situated at the foothills of the Uinta Mountains, this ranch offers sweeping views of the surrounding landscapes. This property is highlighted by a world-class fly fishing river, excellent big game hunting, Rockport Reservoir, Heber airport, and access to acres of public land to be explored. The home has been totally redone! Grand-beamed great room features wall of windows overlooking the waterfall and mountains. Gourmet kitchen features local trestle wood cabinets, stunning new granite countertops, and new stainless steel appliances. Spacious main floor master suite offers over-sized walk-in closet and stacked stone fireplace. Main floor has an office or sixth bedroom. Walkout lower level has river rock fireplace, guest suite, large kids’ study room or office with custom wood built-ins. No detail has been overlooked in the recent remodel—all new carpet, new stacked stone fireplaces, new interior paint, wood floors, solid wood doors, and radiant heated floors. Home is surrounded by grassy fenced yard with tranquil waterfall that can be heard from every room. Gorgeous six-stall barn with turn outs, tack room and heated water supply. Irrigation available for pasture. The lawn and perennials are dream gardens. View of the Deer Valley ski resort. Fiber optic internet. This is a magical setting. $1,525,000.

Susie Martindale 801-558-7301 cell 801-453-1010 office

7070 South 2300 East, Ste. 110 Salt Lake City, UT 84121




Colorado v La Plata County v Bayfield

he Pine Ridge Ranch is situated in a pristine valley with end-of-the-road privacy and captivating views of Granite Peak, the Continental Divide and the Pine River Valley. The beauty of this scenic mountain ranch is accentuated by its tailored improvements. The 6,375-squarefoot main residence overlooks a meadow and private pond and is complemented by an attractive 1,735-square-foot guest house. The first class ranch facilities include a two-story barn, heated machinery building, outdoor arena, hay barn, and set of corrals. The ranch spans a total of 1,300 acres, including 700 deeded and 600 acres of state lease featuring lush meadows and tree-covered hills. This private mountain ranch has outstanding wildlife including elk, deer and a host of other game animals. Currently operated as a stocker operation running 100Âą head of cattle, Pine Ridge Ranch is the quintessential ranch retreat in one of the prettiest areas of Colorado. $11,250,000.

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FIGHTING CREEK RANCH Idaho v Kootenai County v Worley


ncompassing 351± acres and overlooking beautiful Lake Coeur d’Alene. There is a recorded 80-feet easement to Hwy 95, paved country road access, exceptional lake-view building sites and separate contiguous parcels with free splits available, excellent big game hunting opportunities and 100± acres of productive agriculture ground. This unique offering has endless potential. $4,950,000. Listing 78245.

GRANITE ANTLER RANCH Texas v Llano County v Valley Spring


hunter’s paradise, these 942± acres of game-fenced land include everything you need for your next adventure. Featuring a four-bedroom, four-bath main house, a second single bedroom living quarters, stock ponds and multiple outbuildings. This ranch also features a deer breeding facility that is complete with darkened alleyways and concrete water troughs, two soft release pens and 15 breeding pens. $6,500,000. Listing 76865.



WEST YOSEMITE RANCH - 900± ACRES California v Mariposa County v Yosemite West Access through Yosemite, cabin, springs, conifer forest. $1,950,000.

SIERRA LAKE & LODGE - 210± ACRES California v Nevada County v Near Truckee Completely private lake, 5+ bedroom lodge. Sealed bid. Asking $4,900,000.

PREMIER CALIFORNIA RANCHES California is home to some of the most spectacular ranch and recreational properties in the West and we know the landscape well. From the Sierra Nevada to the Pacific Coast, The Chickering Company has spent over 35 years brokering California ranches, mountain CUSTOM LODGE ON SIERRA NEVADA TROUT STREAM – 160 ACRES hideaways, coastal retreats, fishing and hunting lodges, and more. California v Alpine County v Near Kirkwood Resort In addition, we locate and evaluate properties throughout the West. Beautifully crafted lodge plus guest accommodations, abundant Our clients count on our specialized knowledge, experience and wildlife. $2,995,000. discretion to guide them to exceptional properties and represent their interests in real estate transactions. Visit All Our California Ranches at

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RIVERFRONT VINEYARD ESTATE - 41 ACRES California v Placer County v Sierra Foothills Italian Style Villa, Orchards $2,700,000.


California v Shasta County v Millville


he 4,915± acre Cow Creek Ranch enjoys two stunning main homes built from logs. The primary home has a detached two-car garage, an in-ground, heated pool surrounded by a large custom deck, a pool house with a kitchen area and bathroom and a large covered barbecue for grand cookouts. The second large home is near enough to share the pool and barbecue facilities and has a huge detached garage for all your toys. Both have cathedral ceilings and amazing panoramic views reaching all the way to Mt. Lassen. There is a three-bedroom, two-bath rental house with garage, a horse barn, paddocks, lake side round walker, 108x266 arena, dog kennel and shop. There are cattle squeeze chutes, a hay barn, livestock scale, livestock shed, a working shaded area, pole feed barn, fencing and crossfencing, and a giant reservoir. There is also a hunter’s cabin with a kitchen and bathroom, and the ranch has a large storage building including walk-in cooler. Wildlife is abundant and includes elk, turkeys, wild hogs, deer and wild bird species. Water is also abundant, including Cow Creek and ponds/reservoirs (some stocked). This is a legacy ranch that will be enjoyed for generations to come. Available for $7,995,000.


his beautiful, custom ranch enjoys an amazing two-bedroom, two-bath home designed to drink in the panoramic views, with a large, vaulted, open-beam, octagonal living room with windows and a deck to encompass the vistas. In addition, there is a two-bedroom, one-bath guest house for friends or family. Backs up to USFS for great hunting. Local wildlife includes blacktail deer, turkeys, quail, bear and more. The ranch also enjoys abundant water, a 15,000-gallon water tank, a four-stall horse barn, arena and more. Most ranch equipment is included with the sale. The airport is only two miles away for ease of access. Great family or corporate getaway. Available for $1,299,000.


California v Trinity County v Hayfork



ELECTRIC MOUNTAIN LODGE Colorado v Delta County v Paonia

en acres bordering national forest on Colorado’s Grand Mesa, the world’s largest flat-topped mountain. The lodge, with its lush meadow, ponds, aspen forest and lovely mountain views, has been operated as a year-round mountain retreat and restaurant and recently as a Christian youth camp. Beautifully-maintained buildings with guest capacity of 40+ include main lodge, game building, bunkhouse, five cabins and large shop. $1,300,000.


orking ranch with 360-degree mountain views in western Colorado’s famed North Fork Valley. The ranch borders BLM land and its private end-of-the-road location allows the lucky owner to feel miles from anywhere. The well-tended 42-acre field is planted in alfalfa and grass and irrigated by new center-pivot and big gun sprinklers. An exquisite western-style fourbedroom, three-bath home is an entertainer’s dream with chef’s kitchen, wrap-around patios and sauna. A large modern barn with attached guest quarters and a heated studio building invite a multitude of possibilities. $1,595,000.

7J RANCH Colorado v Delta County v Hotchkiss


WHISKEY JUG RANCH Colorado v Delta County v Paonia


ranscendent mountain views from 176 acres! Wildlife abounds amidst aspen, spruce and oak trees, open meadows and two seasonal streams. At an elevation of around 7,000 feet, this recreational property borders national forest and is less than an hour’s drive from Crested Butte ski resort. $495,000.

Mountain West • Lario Team

Bob and Linda Lario 970-527-7756 • 888-374-7756

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KEBLER RANCH Colorado v Gunnison County v Somerset

njoy stunning views of the West Elk Mountains from this high-country ranch. 465± acres of coveted hunting grounds for elk, deer and bear with scrub oak, meadows, seasonal lake, year-round creek, rustic hunter’s cabin and blissful seclusion. Price includes a grazing lease on approximately 1,200 acres of BLM land surrounding the property and shared use of a BLM corral. $750,000.

TURKEY TRACK RANCH California v Colusa County v Williams ocated 18 miles west of the city of Williams on Hwy 16 in Colusa County. This ranch consists of 2,575.50 acres, and is a working cattle ranch. There are two large reservoirs on the ranch with a nice hunting lodge and sleeping cabin. Excellent pig, deer and elk hunting, and bass fishing in the ponds. A very secluded weekend getaway with easy access. THIS IS A SPORTSMEN’S PARADISE! $2,523,990.


JOHNSON RANCH California v Solano County v Fairfield total of 314 acres on Creed Road near Fairfield and Travis Air Force Base in Solano County. Excellent dryland pasture, domestic well, barn, and nice building site in the trees. Very nice grazing ranch with good accessibility. $1,352,090.


CRUM RANCH California v Yolo County hese 235 acres of Class II soil are well located on the west side of Hwy 505 and County Road 27 in Western Yolo County. Water provided by Yolo County Flood Control & Water Conservation District, currently farmed to rice. Lots of possibilities! $3,658,350.


BOWLSBEY 320 California v Solano County v Davis xcellent 312 acres of irrigated pasture in the heart of the Solano County pasture lands. The Ranch is in Reclamation District 2068 and has very reasonable water costs. This is an easy ranch to irrigate and manage. $2,500,000. Co-listed with John Brennan of Brennan, Jewett, & Associates 530-870-6625.


Specializing in Farm & Ranch Properties in Northern California

Scott Stone, Broker • 530-662-4094 office • 530-681-1410 cell • •




his exceptional secluded one-of-a-kind 8.14-acre estate is located in Orinda, Calif., a suburb of San Francisco, very close to the Bay Area Rapid Transit line. The 8,514-square-foot residence features a remodeled home, a six-car garage, indoor racquetball court, full tennis court, six bedrooms, game room, exercise room, sauna, pool, and spa with amazing panoramic views! The exceptional lot has many areas for play and recreation as well as two private walking trails. There are many flat areas that could easily accommodate horses and current zoning would allow for 15 on site. There is a large, gently sloping area above the home that could be a used as a grape vineyard, orchard, or pasture. There is potential for an easy subdivision to build an additional home. There is also a large flat parking area perfect for an in-law unit if needed. Please view the three virtual tours available linked to the home tour at Offered at $4,250,000.

Laura Abrams

Top 100 Coldwell Banker Bay Area International Presidents Elite

510-697-3225 • CALBRE#01272382

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BIG HORN RIVER RECREATIONAL INVESTMENT Montana v Big Horn County v St. Xavier 23± deeded acres with irrigation water rights. One-half mile Big Horn River frontage. Excellent wildlife habitat and great trout Wyoming v Goshen County v LaGrange fishing. $2,230,000. Colter DeVries, 406-425-1027 or Denver Gilbert, ,019± contiguous deeded acres. 120 flood-irrigated acres. 406-697-3961. Property ID: 53734 Three-fourth mile live water. Nice set of improvements. Reduced to appraised value of $2,700,000. Cory Clark, 307-334-2025 or Michael McNamee, 307-534-5156. Property ID: 53477




MILLS HOME RANCH MULESHOE RANCH Wyoming v Platte County v Wheatland ,161± acres with 839± deeded, 320± irrigated acres and 3,322± BLM acres. Elegant 9,776-square-foot home with outstanding features and more! Reduced to $5,500,000. Scott Leach, 307-331-9095 or Cory Clark, 307-334-2025. Property ID: 50208


Wyoming v Natrona County v Casper 5,428± deeded with 4,125± state lease acres and 6,420 BLM lease acres for 35,973± acres. 500± irrigated acres. Nice set of improvements. $12,000,000. Clark & Associates Land Brokers, 307-334-2025. Property ID: 52443


MULESHOE LAND & CATTLE Wyoming v Goshen County v Torrington ,223.53± deeded acres with five low-pressure center pivots irrigating 693± acres. 5,530± acres of pasture. Nice set of improvements. $6,350,000. Cory Clark, 307-334-2025 or Logan Schliinz, 307-575-5236. Property ID: 51661

6 OX RANCH Wyoming v Platte County v Wheatland ,040± total acres with 5,000 deeded, 3,400 BLM, and 640 state lease. Four miles live water, reservoirs and springs. Excellent wildlife habitat. $5,750,000. Jon Keil, 307-331-2833. Property ID: 53655


Cory Clark, Broker Mark McNamee, Associate Broker Denver Gilbert, Associate Broker 307-334-2025



GORE RANCH Colorado v Mesa County v Glade Park


Colorado v Mesa County v Glade Park


ith 1,619± mountain acres the property has elevations of ith 10,542± deeded acres, the Gore Ranch represents a rare 8,400-9,800 feet. Cozy mountain cabin, one-acre trout lake, opportunity for ownership of a true legacy, big game hunting/ borders national forest and features springs, ponds, wallows, aspens, livestock operation and wildlife preserve in Western Colorado. Located oaks and beautiful mountain meadows/peaks. Excellent big game on beautiful Pinon Mesa and adjacent to both McInnis Canyons hunting GMU 40. Seasonal access; a must see! $6,000,000. Conservation Area and Black Ridge Canyon Wilderness with mesa benches, sandstone canyons, arches, spires and alcoves. Elevations from 6,500 to 9,800 feet and stretching over 25 miles in length which includes 33,520± acres of BLM and NF grazing allotments. Running 350400 pair. Trophy big game hunting in GMU 40 and the Gore Ranch is renowned for its trophy elk and deer. Deeded adjoins both BLM and NF and includes several miles of three year-round trout creeks, numerous springs, ponds and water wells. Corporate retreat, dude ranch or your very own private wilderness retreat—the Gore Ranch is it! $21,000,000.

BEAVER CANYON RANCH Colorado v San Miguel County v Norwood


eautiful 320± mountain acres. Adjoins and controls access into a huge portion of Beaver Canyon. Very pretty alpine setting with a nice mix of spruce, ponderosa pine, aspen, oaks, and mountain meadows. Goat and Beaver Creeks traverse the ranch and are excellent trout fisheries. Located in GMU 70 with excellent big game hunting and over-the-counter tags in some seasons. $2,000,000.

Colorado v Mesa County v Glade Park


eautiful lower elevation, working cattle ranch with 4,478± deeded acres and includes 5 BLM allotments. Comfortable owner’s home, equipment/hay shed, working pens/scale, 85± irrigated acres in hay, approximately three-quarter miles of the Little Dolores River, springs, ponds and wells. Trophy class elk and deer, plus bear, lion, and turkeys in GMU 40. Enjoy this exceptional wildlife corridor with its pristine mix of rugged sandstone canyons, natural arches, spires/alcoves, mesa benches, pinyon, cedars and so much more. $10,000,000

DARNER RANCH Colorado v Delta County v Crawford

Brian Mason – Broker/Owner Licensed in Colorado

970-234-3167 cell • HB Mason – Broker Associate 970-314-3326 cell •

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ildlife, seclusion, beautiful mountain and valley views are what you’ll experience on this exceptional 76± acres located just minutes from Crawford, Colo. You are situated in recreational paradise with fishing, hunting, hiking, biking, camping, horse country, water and winter sports and more. Spacious home, garages, horse barns, equipment/hay barn, heated dog kennel, tack room, bunkhouse, and more. With 35± irrigated acres in hay/pasture. Come enjoy the wildlife, privacy, views and a taste of the Old West in Crawford Country. $950,000.



Nevada v Clark County v Logandale reathtaking pool with waterfall, cave, slide and cabana with outdoor kitchen and bath. Grand entry gives access to a central formal living room with fireplace and stunning views! This 12,409-square-foot home features a formal dining area, breakfast nook, a large kitchen (custom hardwood cabinets, granite tops and marble floors), family room, theater room and stunning master suite. Bedrooms are all mini-suites. An added plus is a basement suite featuring two bedrooms, two baths, kitchen and separate entry. Will consider partial trade/ exchange for high elevation ranch land. This home could be yours! $2,400,000.

Jeff Sommers 702-281-1927 •




Colorado v Chaffee County v Buena Vista rivate location bordering Browns Canyon National Monument and BLM land near Buena Vista, Colo. This rare 18.4-acre property offers exceptional access to The Arkansas River for private fishing, kayaking and all river recreation. The Arkansas River was designated as Gold Medal Trout Water in 2014 by the Colorado Parks and Wildlife Commission, making it one of the highest quality cold water habitats for trout in the state of Colorado. The land is a perfect location to build your dream home, for grazing, camping or endless mountain recreation. $925,000.

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Colorado v San Miguel County v Telluride


rare find located within a 35-minute drive from the historic town of Telluride. The ranch consists of 2,107 acres with a unique blend of open pasture, pine, aspen groves, gambel oak and spectacular ridge. The Baker Ranch is filled with abundant wildlife and privacy. The ranch borders BLM, state of Colorado and private property. The northern portion is protected by a conservation easement. A small cabin is perfectly placed on the southern portion and captures views of Wilsons, Sneffels Range, Little Cone and the San Miguel River Valley. Baker Ranch has retained its agriculture property tax status and a very special property. Call for details.



Colorado v San Miguel County v Telluride

t is very rare a property of this quality and size becomes available in the Telluride area. Thompson Ranch includes a beautiful 1,400 acres with a special mix of lush aspen forest, meadow, ridge and canyon. The property borders USFS, BLM, state and private lands. The acreage sits outside an HOA and free from conservation easements. Ownership has retained its agricultural property tax status. Ranch is co-listed with Marty Stetina and Brian O’Neill of the O’Neill Stetina Group at Telluride Properties. Call for details.

Hermitage Land Co.

Pete Johnson, Broker • 970-728-5263 • • Co-listed with

Telluride Properties/O’Neill Stetina Group

Marty Stetina • 970-708-4504 • •




Florida v Pasco County v Dade City unset Ranch is the picturesque place for your next adventure. Featuring 50 acres of pristine Florida lands, a full rodeo arena with plenty of room to grow, and a three-bedroom, three-bath home overlooking all the fun; this property is one of Dade City’s jewels. Stables are covered and feature nine stalls and two tack rooms. Added storage opens up into the rodeo area, complete with scoring/timing booth and stadium lighting, two bucking chutes and a cattle chute. The home, overlooking the arena, has three full bedrooms and baths, with the master en-suite featuring a huge walk-in closet. An office/flex space gives you a quiet area away from all the action, and the large, wraparound porch allows you to enjoy the beauty of your land, sunsets, or rodeo arena. A small, quiet creek runs through the 50 acres, offering majestic views and a tranquil setting. Don’t miss your opportunity to own a once-in-a-lifetime property. This property will be sold by auction on Saturday, October 7 at 11a.m. Preview and registration will be day of sale from 9:30 a.m. Winning bidder to add 10 percent buyer’s premium to create total contract price. Winning bidder shall place a 10 percent deposit at time of contract. American Heritage Auctioneers, 727-488-2423,

Mathew J. Eberius, P.A., REALTOR Auctioneer

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ituated at the base of the Sierra Madre Mountain Range just five miles from Encampment and only 30 minutes south of historic Saratoga, Wyo., is the Jensen Ranch. Surrounded by the BLM, this scenic mountain ranch is comprised of 440 deeded acres and 3,758 acres of BLM and state lease. The diverse habitat on the ranch has made it a popular refuge for mule deer, elk, antelope and black bear. Nestled against an aspen grove on the north end of the property is a well-appointed 3,518-square-foot home with incredible mountain views making this ranch an exclusive private retreat for the outdoorsman. $1,900,000.

THE JENSEN RANCH Wyoming v Carbon County v Encampment

SIERRA MADRE RANCH Wyoming v Carbon County v Encampment


he Sierra Madre Ranch is located just inside Medicine Bow National Forest along the Sierra Madre Mountain Range southwest of the small town of Encampment, Wyo. Consisting of 320 acres with 160 acres irrigated, the ranch is bordered on two sides by national forest and the other two sides by BLM lands. The ranch has two man-made ponds and three streams including the north and south fork of Miner Creek and Hell Creek. Portions of the ranch are considered critical winter range for elk and bighorn sheep. Sierra Madre Ranch is a rare find with its location, topography, wildlife and scenic beauty. $3,000,000.

7 BEAR MOUNTAIN TRAIL Wyoming v Albany County v Tie Siding rice reduced! Located two hours north of Denver, 7 Bear Mountain Trail offers a rare and distinct ownership opportunity in the Fish Creek Ranch Preserve, one of Wyoming’s beautiful mountain ranches. Developed with the vision to preserve the western lifestyle for future generations, this shared amenity ranch encompasses 3,752 acres that have been set aside as a private game preserve with riding trails for horses, fishing ponds and abundant wildlife for all the owners to enjoy. Sitting on approximately 35 acres this 4,872-squarefoot luxurious home loaded with features overlooks the majority of the ranch. A fulltime resident ranch manager completes this offering. $1,950,000.


LAZY H 2 RANCH Colorado v Routt County v Steamboat Springs


ocated just 13 miles south of the resort town of Steamboat Springs, Colo., is the Lazy H 2 Ranch. Comprised of 198.5Âą deeded acres, the Lazy H 2 features a nice blend of lush meadows and timbered hillsides providing excellent habitat for wildlife. There are a number of beautiful building sites throughout the ranch. If you are looking for a high country ranch with great potential and is just a short drive from fine dining and world-class skiing, the Lazy H 2 might be the perfect fit for you. $2,250,000.

Curtis James 307-326-3104


MJN RANCH LOT D - 30.67 ACRES Colorado v Garfield County v Carbondale


onderful 30-acre agricultural parcel with amazing Carbondale location, privacy and spectacular views of Mt. Sopris and the valley. This property is part of the historic Nieslanik family and only a short drive away from the Aspen/Snowmass ski area. A single family home, riding arena, or barn may also be added to this property. $3,000,000.



ncredible opportunity to own a private SF lot close to all of the amenities of Carbondale. Colorado v Garfield County v Carbondale Build your dream home with unending views of Mt. Sopris, and a creek running through this one-of-a kind property. Low HOA dues, and perfectly situated with unobstructed views of the Carbondale Valley. Abundant wildlife and setting make this property unmatched in Colorado. A true ranch experience. $449,000.

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ROCKING BAR RANCH Wyoming v Park County v Meeteetse


anches that are part of an ecosystem largely unaltered for 200 years are as rare as pure strains of cutthroat trout these days, but the Rocking Bar Ranch just outside of Meeteetse, Wyo., is Colorado v Moffat County v Steamboat Springs exactly one such place. Spreading approximately 15,000 total acres ith 21,793 acres to its
name, the massive Monument Butte (9,048 deeded) among the foothills of the Absaroka Mountains, the Ranch southwest of Steamboat
Springs is the “prime cut” Rocking Bar Ranch stands apart as a property long managed in full of northwestern Colorado. This expansive
spread covers more harmony with its environment. $9,950,000. Property ID: 54270 than 34-square-miles on the north flank of the
Flat Tops, occupying elevations from 6,800 to 8,600 feet. $28,500,000. Property ID: 53706



MATHESON RANCH Colorado v Grand County v Kremmling


idden in the heart of one of Colorado’s last unspoiled mountain valleys, the 1,928-acre Matheson Ranch is tailor made for hunting and fishing of exceptional quality. Located only two hours from Denver in the Troublesome Creek Valley, the Matheson Ranch features nearly a mile Wyoming v Big Horn County v Hyattville of the brown and rainbow trout-rich Troublesome Creek, and some of the asily qualifying as one of the finest all-round large ranches in most significant water rights in the area. $7,500,000. Property ID: 54187 Wyoming, the 83,604-acre (7,177 deeded) Paint Rock Canyon Ranch will capture your western imagination and not let it go for years to come. If you’re seeking a Western ranch with the best in fly fishing, big game hunting and agricultural production, we at Harrigan Land Company think that you’ve just found it. $25,000,000. Property ID: 54586



BROKEN BONE RANCH Colorado v Routt County v Yampa



ocated only 40 minutes from Steamboat Springs and one hour from Vail lies a Colorado recreational ranch of exceptional quality. Containing 1,388 acres of an ideal blend of mountainirrigated hay meadows, creek bottom, and quaking aspens, Broken Bone Ranch has long been prime habitat for elk, mule deer, black bear, and small game species. $6,950,000. Property ID: 54188

New Mexico v Rio Arriba County v Chama


ever before offered on the market, the 16,309-acre Broken Butt Ranch in northern New Mexico easily qualifies as one of the largest remaining elk-rich mountain ranches in the state. Named for a rifle with a broken stock found on the ranch in the early 1900s, Broken Butt Ranch has a long history of careful management as a joint cattle and hunting property. $32,000,000. Property ID: 52690

Dave Harrigan • Hunter Harrigan 303-683-9090 • 800-524-1818 toll free •



his 1,345±-acre Yellowstone River Ranch is located along one of Montana’s greatest fly fishing rivers for over one mile. The Paradise Valley is highly prized for its dramatic beauty and extraordinary outdoor opportunities. Montana v Park County v Livingston It is one of the most coveted locations for recreational ranches in Montana because of the abundant wildlife and fishery resources as well as some of the most dramatic scenery in the Northern Rockies. For these reasons, it is difficult to imagine an investment that will provide more enjoyment while at the same time remains one of the most sought after and finite products in the real estate investment world. The ranch offers multiple building sites with river and mountain views and beautiful accreted lands comprise one riparian tract equal to 32.8± acres. The historic Old Yellowstone Trail for non-motorized public use crosses the ranch along the river bank. A beautiful stone house that was built in 1915 and has been unoccupied for a very long time is full of charm and ready for renovation. $5,695,000.




or generations, families have enjoyed the peace and tranquility of the 333± acre Montana v Park County v Livingston Yellowstone Preserve Ranch and the small town charm of nearby Livingston, Montana. The ranch provides easy access to an unparalleled combination of fishing, hiking, hunting, and income generation opportunities. Yellowstone Preserve is a peaceful ranch in a virtually urban location. The ranch is located only five minutes east of Livingston and its fine dining, coffee shops, art galleries and private jet strip and it is under 30 minutes from Bozeman, Montana and its many amenities and commercial airport. A four-bedroom home with amazing views rounds out this conveniently located, one-ofa-kind ranch that is perfect for use as a family retreat. The ranch enjoys nearly one mile of Yellowstone River frontage, a spring-fed pond, and wetlands. Food plots and a pivot-irrigated alfalfa field offer income generation opportunities and excellent wildlife habitat. $3,300,000.

Tracy Raich, Broker/Owner 406-223-8418

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otaling about 2,295± deeded acres, including 655± under pivot irrigation, 168± under wheel line and flood irrigation and 1,400± acres of quality native pasture, the Summer Unit also controls a 200head grazing allotment on the adjoining USFS. With state-of-the-art cattle-handling facilities, and two homes, this is a complete and self-contained operation. This is a must see for an operator looking for an efficient and well-maintained operating ranch that could comfortably carry 450 cow/calf pairs depending on management. Inquire in our Bozeman office for information. Offered at $5,925,000. Property ID: 53812


RACETRACK & SUMMER UNIT Montana v Deer Lodge County v Racetrack


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ith senior water rights, the 750± total deeded acres include 475 pivotirrigated acres. This unit combines immaculately kept improvements, welldesigned cattle-handling facilities and a tasteful 3,000-square-foot owner’s home. Ideal for running a small cattle operation, productive farming unit or lease scenario. Located in the Deer Lodge Valley, this may be one of the finest irrigated operations in western Montana. $3,925,000. Property ID: 53929


Montana v Powell County v Deer Lodge


his 5,320± deeded acres and 631± acres of BLM lease represents an opportunity to own a productive well-balanced dry-land farm with good soils and consistent crop yields. Well water is piped to all the pastures aiding in the productivity. Historically, 1,822± acres of grazing land are leased out to neighboring ranchers. Long Branch Farm hosts a variety of big game, as well as upland-game birds and waterfowl, providing good hunting for the avid outdoor enthusiast. $3,500,000. Property ID: 54059

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LONG BRANCH FARM Montana v Garfield County v Jordan

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FISHTAIL MEADOWS RANCH Montana v Stillwater County v Fishtail


hese 678± acres with frontage on Fishtail Creek afford a rare opportunity to own productive ground with irrigated hay fields and live water. Abundant wildlife and game birds find cover in the ravines and along the creek bottom. Accentuated by natural beauty and outstanding recreational opportunities, the Ranch is located near Red Lodge and within an hour of Billings. $1,895,000. Property ID: 53802

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

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ring your horses, toys and green thumb for this five-plus irrigated acreage property. This home’s living space is easy to share with others. There is a mother-in-law set-up or multifamily living opportunity. This three- to fourbedroom home has two living areas and two kitchens. The base level has two bedrooms or one bedroom and an office, full kitchen, living room with a wood burning stove and full bath/ laundry room. The upstairs has another living room, kitchen, two bedrooms and full bath. There is also a two-car detached garage and a bunkhouse. This is a unique property and worth seeing. If you are interested in a small farming business with additional apartment for caretakers, this is your place. $379,900.

Dianne Dinnel • 970-208-4819

ENDLESS OPPORTUNITIES Colorado v Mesa County v Clifton

VACATION GETAWAYHUNTER’S RETREAT-NEW HOME Colorado v Mesa County v Glade Park his seven-bedroom/four-bath home is located in Colorado Hunting Unit 40, bordered by BLM with land across the road in a conservation easement. The large kitchen opens to the living area. The seventh bedroom could also be used as a spacious family room or whatever fits your living needs. The property is in great condition, with a well that pumps 15 gallons per minute. You are only five minutes from Utah and there are gorgeous views and an abundance of wildlife. This home is well worth the drive to see. $429,900.


irst time offering of the historic Turkey Track Ranch located is southeastern New Mexico. The ranch has been under one New Mexico v Chaves County v Dexter family ownership since 1947. The property is comprised of more than 253,000 total acres extending into three New Mexico counties. It is one of the largest ranch offerings in the United States. Acreage: 37,000.00± deeded acres; 48,800.00± New Mexico state lease acres; 167,625.00± Federal BLM lease acres; 253,425.00± total acres. The grazing capacity is 3,000± A.U.Y.L. The ranch has been historically operated as a year-long cow/calf operation with some carryover of stocker calves. The ranch is operated from a headquarters complex located on the east end of the ranch along with three additional cow camps complete with residences, barns and corral. Pasture design includes 13 larger pastures and numerous smaller pastures and holding traps. Livestock water is provided by more than 30 operational water wells, an extensive water pipeline system and several larger earthen tanks scattered throughout the ranch. Terrain is diverse varying from shinnery oak sand country to tight, solid turf grama grass country. The ranch is located in an area of oil and gas production. Over the years ownership has collected significant income from surface damages and sale of sand, gravel and caliche. Ownership controls some minerals that they will convey with the sale of the ranch. A significant amount of ranch equipment is also included with the sale. Cattle may be purchased by a separate contract. Don’t miss this opportunity to own one of the last large cattle ranches in the West. Call for an appointment to take a look. View on website: Price: $18,500,000. Cash to seller.


Bar M Real Estate, LLC Scott McNally, Qualifying Broker P.O. Box 428 • Roswell, NM 88202 575-622-5867 office 575-420-1237 cell

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ADELAIDA RANCH ESTATE California v San Luis Obispo Co. v Paso Robles remier Westside Ranch Estate in Paso Robles’ highly coveted Adelaida District AVA. 76± acre ranch located in the Ag Preserve with beautiful four-bedroom/ three-bath ranch house, walnut orchards, paved driveway, fenced garden, ranch barn, garage-shop and much more! $1,575,000.



Newlin Hastings 805-237-4040

COUNTRY GENTLEMAN’S 10-ACRE ESTATE California v San Luis Obispo County v Atascadero irst time on the market! Situated high on the hill for privacy, in the Atascadero southwest area off Santa Barbara Road. Five-bedroom, five-bathroom, 3,990+ square-foot home originally built in 1983 and beautifully remodeled in 2016. Single story addition added with high ceilings and ceiling fans in 2005! Sitting on 9.7 acres with large four-car garage, ample parking for cars, tractors, farm equipment. Large pasture great for horses, goats, chickens and three work sheds. Backs up to La Paz, with two-story workshop and bathroom. OK to split. If you need space, this is the right home for you!


Annette Mullen 805-440-6620 •



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