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M4 Ranch Group's results rank at the very top of the industry without sacrificing personal service or nimbleness. The group, made up of four sales agents and a strong, multi-talented support team, pride themselves on closing deals and producing results. At M4, the team's professionalism manifests itself in many ways through the listing and closing process, but it's most apparent through their preparation, pride and participation. Learn More on Page 10
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M 4 R A N C H G RO U P P RO F E S S I O N A L S FO R A L L S E A S O N S
From M4’s perspective, knowing the land and the lifestyle is the most important aspect of being a land broker. M4 Ranch Group’s results rank at the very top of the industry without sacrificing personal service or nimbleness. The group, made up of four sales agents and a strong, multi-talented support team, pride themselves on closing deals and producing results. In 2021, M4 Ranch Group’s team fronted by four sales agents, representing both sellers and buyers in Colorado and New Mexico, will close on more than 110 ranches and recreational properties representing over $250 million in sales in 2021. At M4, the team’s professionalism manifests itself in many ways through the listing and closing process, but it’s most apparent throughtheir preparation, pride and participation.
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This one-of-a-kind equestrian estate located in Orange County, California, offers unsurpassed quality and workmanship. This single-story home offers 5,146 square feet of gracious living with a total of four bedrooms and four baths in the main house, and a totally separate 800-square-foot guest house.
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The small enclave of Whitehall, Texas, has a wonderful secret, The Whitehall Ranch. Located between Houston and College Station, The Whitehall Ranch offers 656± acres of rolling hills and every amenity you could desire on your private ranch.
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he fact that Black Friday seemingly has become a more anticipated day than Thanksgiving says something to me about American culture. Somewhere along the way, our collective focus shifted from gratitude to grabbing-tude, getting everything we can as we quickly as we can regardless of the cost. It seems, at least from my view in the cheap seats, that we've become enamored with stuff at the cost of relationships.
While there's nothing inherently wrong with wanting the newest, best and most, it causes trouble when acquisition becomes the driving force in our lives. Let's face it, there's always going to be someone who has better toys than we do. When we look longingly at those toys that are beyond our reach, our happiness, if we're not careful, turns to bitter covetousness. Once that switch flips, then we start living in a mindset of scarcity instead of abundance. The people around us become our competition instead of our neighbors. Us versus them is the theme of our lives. Competition turns to combat. Mutual respect is the victim of our needless battles.
And we pay this great cost for what? A pile of stuff that by design breaks and becomes obsolete.
Then, when Thanksgiving rolled around, we loaded up the RV again. This time it was all of us. Five loud, busy people in a bus for a 10-hour drive from Boerne to Baton Rouge. I'm not going to lie, there were times we all wanted to strangle one another. . . or at least one of our brood, but we also laughed until our sides hurt and talked and lived. It was messy, real and fun. The trip wasn't fancy, but it was memorable. As we're considering Christmas and the kids' wish lists, we're choosing to give them experiences over stuff. Memories over manufacturing. As an added bonus, experiences are immune to supply chain issues. While there are a lot of things I enjoy about working in ranch real estate, one of my favorites is connecting people with land and elbow room. Sunrises. Sunsets. S'mores. And on and on. . . . Out there on ranches in the middle of nature, relationships flourish. Ranches are special places that allow families to gather their special people and create experiences that last much longer than the next generation iPhone or Xbox. In the Judeo-Christian tradition, Christmas is a time of joy and hope. A time of reflection, renewal and refocusing on the possibilities of peace and people. As we gather in our home during this sacred season, we're going to be grateful for what is and be content in our abundance. I wish the same for you and yours. . . .
As you can tell (sorry!?!), this is a soapbox issue for me. We have three kids at home, who, thanks to ever-present technology, are never out of the reach of marketers. Lisa and I have redoubled our efforts to teach them the value of people over products. Just before Thanksgiving, Lisa and I escaped for a few days on a nameless beach. We had no plans except to be present for each, reconnect and recharge. It worked.
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LORIE A. WOODWARD
Lorie has worked as a writer and public relations practitioner exploring the intersection of agriculture, natural resources and public policy for almost 30 years. Her career, which has included stints in the public and private sector, has taken her across the country and around the world, where she has been enthralled by the people of the land and their stories. She is the president of Woodward Communications and co-owner of The Round Top Register, a regional magazine focused on life in the rolling bluebonnet hills of Central Texas where country meets city. Woodward was reared on a ranch near Lexington, Texas, but now makes her home in Brenham, Texas, with her two children, Kate and Will. Find out more→ RoundTop.com
Dan Murphy, ALC, Broker and Co-Owner of M4 Ranch Group, has called the mountain west home his entire adult life. Dan’s extensive and diverse business experience reveals a track record of success. His service on numerous organizational boards throughout the mountain region demonstrates a commitment to improving communities through an applied, big-picture perspective. Dan shows enthusiasm and advocacy for life through experiencing the wonders of the great outdoors and pursuing professional and recreational life experiences. Life passions, dogged work ethic and professional experiences have led to the vision and development of his team’s current ownership of a nationally recognized real estate firm, M4 Ranch Group. Find out more→ M4RanchGroup.com
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Anytime. Anywhere. Any season. Four little words. One big, power-packed promise from the M4 Ranch Group.
t M4, we capitalize on opportunities regardless of the season, the weather, the terrain or any other obstacle," said Dan Murphy, broker/owner and one of the principals in M4 Ranch Group. "We bring a can-do attitude and get-it-done professionalism to every deal for every client, whether they're selling a legacy property or acquiring one." M4 Ranch Group's results rank at the very top of the industry without sacrificing personal service or nimbleness. The group, made up of four sales agents and a strong, multi-talented support team, pride themselves on closing deals and producing results. In 2021, M4 Ranch Group's team fronted by four sales agents, representing both sellers and buyers in Colorado and New Mexico, will close on more than 110 ranches and recreational properties representing over $250 million in sales in 2021.
"Our strength is focus," Dan said. "We are based in the West—and know the West. We specialize in unique, premier properties and have a fantastic, loyal client base. We have been able to build success through hard work and determination." Clients have noticed. M4 has experienced success on a variety of substantial ranches in the West, including Wolf Springs Ranch at 54,000± acres, Monument Butte Ranch at 21,000± acres, Citadel Ranch at 17,500± acres, Juniper Mountain Ranch at 6,900± acres and North Mountain Ranch at 3,382± acres, just to name a few. The industry has noticed, too. M4 has been annually recognized by the national Land Report as a National “Best Brokerage” since 2017. National RLI (Realtor Land Institute) has named M4 as a National "Top Producer." In addition in 2020, two of M4 Ranch Group's brokers were designated “Colorado Land Realtor of the Year” by the Colorado RLI. Also in 2020, one M4 Ranch Group broker was selected as one of the nation's top 20 recreational brokers. "With a shared 24/7 commitment, our team is in it to win it," he said.
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Results like those amassed by M4 Ranch Group don't just happen. As the old saying, which is a Murphy family favorite, goes, "Good luck looks an awful lot like hard work.” Of course, hard work alone, while an undeniably powerful force, will only carry an organization so far. In today's sophisticated world, where every subtle nuance and minute detail matter, it also takes a solid framework of professionalism to ensure continued success. "Professionalism has a broad definition, but in the ranch and mountain land industry it comes down to knowledge, experience, and a willingness to go above and beyond for your clients," Dan said. "Being a working cowboy, an avid fly fisherman, or a tested hunter alone isn't enough to navigate an industry that is a world of its own with diverse issues that reach far beyond those of a typical residential or commercial brokerage." At M4, the team's professionalism manifests itself in many ways through the listing and closing process, but it's most apparent through their preparation, pride and participation.
Preparation To accommodate clients anywhere, anytime and any season takes preparation, which translates into investment and planning. M4 Ranch Group has made substantial investments in rolling stock that includes everything from four-wheel drive trucks and Rangers to Can-Ams, snowcats, drift boats and snowmobiles. M4 Ranch Group's clients typically have very busy schedules. Those schedules don't always align with glorious fall days. To serve not only buyers but to fully represent sellers, M4 Ranch Group has invested in the professional equipment needed allowing M4 to explore and experience the land regardless of Mother Nature's challenges. And in the Mountain West, the ol' girl can be an unforgiving teacher. Early in its history, the M4 team hosted a group of buyers who were looking to purchase a private ski
area. It was one of the team's first high-level back country winter showings. With more than eight feet of snow on the ground, the conditions were seemingly perfect for a winter tour.
"Our goal is always having the right equipment, the right tools and the right telecommunications capacity combined with alternate Plan A, B and C."
Like clockwork, the clients' private plane landed. Dressed as if they were attending a board meeting, the clients immediately climbed into the waiting Suburban that delivered them to the rented snowcat. The tour went according to plan until the end when they reached the 11,500-foot peak to watch the sunset.
The M4 logo is also the Murphy family brand. More than a mere identifying mark, the brand has long been a statement of trust and excellence in the West.
At the top, the snowcat drove over a pine tree buried in the snow, which ruptured the machine's hydraulic line and left it inoperable. With night falling, temperatures plummeting, no cell service and a client group dressed for a leveraged buyout not sub-zero camping, the M4 team did what they had to do. A small contingent headed off the mountain, postholing in snowcat tracks toward the base. The party reached the trail head just as the regional search crew arrived by snowmobile. Those types of experiences coupled with a lifetime in the outdoor field have led to a very detailed set of equipment meeting the needs of touring ranches in the West. "We've never made that mistake again," Dan said. "Prompted by that experience and a lifetime of working and playing in the outdoors, we have amassed a complete set of equipment that safely and comfortably meets all the demands of touring ranches in the West." Today, when M4 conducts a remote showing, which is one of its specialties, the experience is approached like scuba diving where "you are always in sight of your partner." The M4 snowcat has two outrider 163"x3" powder snowmobiles as well as satellite phones and cell phones to back up the team. Exit contingencies are a must. "As they say in the military, no matter how new, no matter the cost, mechanical things break," Dan said.
"M4 started primarily as a family concern, but our team and capabilities have grown immensely over the past four years," Dan said. "Today, while our company is 'bigger than blood,' we still embrace the core values that provided the foundation of our early success—and are all pushing to make the next chapter in our legacy even more impactful than the previous ones." It's a tall order. The family legacy stretches back to the settling of the western frontier. The family, who has been deeply rooted in Colorado for the past 40 years, traces its lineage back to Mirabeau B. Lamar, the second President of the Republic of Texas. In 1845, Lamar swapped the western Colorado Rockies to help retire the thenRepublic's debt. The family jokes that they've been trading in the Mountain West for more than 170 years. "As a company, we work to reflect the values of the traditional West," he said. "We value relationships. We stand by our handshakes. We believe in honesty, integrity." When faced with a decision, the team opts to do what is right, not what is easy. And they never lose sight of the ultimate goal: establishing personal relationships that go far beyond the close of a deal. He continued, "While we specialize in exceptional land, we're really in the relationship business. Job one is building a relationship of trust with clients, so we can understand their goals and match them with the right property. We do that through knowledge, experience and dedication." WINTER 2021
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“We bring a can-do attitude and get-it-done professionalism to every deal for every client, whether they're selling a legacy property or acquiring one.” —DAN MURPHY
The team members, whether they're on the front lines making deals or supporting the efforts with integrated marketing that includes in-house photography, videography, design and direct marketing, cutting-edge technology backed by digital professionals overseeing website design, SEO maximization, email marketing, and flawless research and document preparation, drive toward the same purpose: taking care of their clients. "M4 has committed to having the right people in the right places with the passion to make us better," Dan said. "Everybody in this company is family, by blood or by choice, and we're proud to ride for the same brand—a brand we're all dedicated to making even more dynamic and forceful." M4 operates from an appreciation mindset. “We work in some of the finest country in the U.S. and we experience the outdoors as few get to," Dan said. "Our job, our gift actually, is not only to have the experiences, but to pass on some of that appreciation to future landowners." From M4's perspective, knowing the land and the lifestyle is the most important aspect of being a land broker. "Few careers provide an opportunity to not only fulfill your clients' goals but to build an understanding of what those lands, those ranches have to offer," he said. "With land,
people get to enjoy it as it is, but also have the opportunity to protect and enhance that land for generations to come. Working in ranch real estate is a blessing. One we don't take for granted."
Participation The landscape and the lifestyle that have long defined the West are changing. Instead of sitting on the sidelines, idly watching the changes play out and hoping for the best, M4 team members are serving on boards, councils and associations helping shape the future through political involvement. "We cherish the western way of life and are doing everything in our power to protect the water, land and wildlife that form its natural foundation," Dan said. "In the process, we gather first-hand information and create a network that benefits our clients. When it comes to rules, regulations, trends and issues that impact land, we're not guessing." While with NOLS in East Africa, Dan learned quickly that the effort to protect native wildlife depended on an understanding of "if it pays, it stays." For instance, if the locals realized more value from the rhinos' existence than from their death and the ensuing sale of their horns, people would work to protect the animals. In Dan's opinion, the same holds true for undeveloped land and natural resources.
"People have to understand and respect land's inherent value—all of its life-sustaining and spirit-lifting qualities—as well as its monetary value if our cherished lifestyle is going to be maintained," Dan said. "M4 exists to help determine and celebrate the true value of western lands. Those values can be found in new and exceptional ways." To that end, the M4 team act as concierges of conservation and restoration. Using their boots-on-the-ground knowledge, they help landowners see what the land can be rather than what it is. In application, that can mean restoring degraded streams and fisheries or reinvigorating wildlife habitat. Eventually, it can also mean protecting the land in perpetuity with a conservation easement, a voluntary tool that can carry significant financial benefits. Through their collective efforts, the M4 team has prompted the restoration of miles and miles of streams and thousands of acres of habitat. The result? The value of individual ranches has increased as has the volume of habitat that is essential for the region's wildlife. "Stewardship is a long-term commitment that allows a family's legacy to be passed through time—and we're proud to be part of that," Dan said. "Our time on earth is limited, but we can leave it better than we found it. It's our responsibility and our privilege." °
Listing Showcase Here are the highlights of just a few of the premier properties in the M4 Ranch Group's current inventory. For more information, see M4RanchGroup.com or call (970) 944-4444.
3. Infrastructure: nine miles of crowned and enhanced main roads, 31 miles of secondary roads, large workshop, underground utilities including a six-inch water line
2. 1. TAYLOR CANYON RANCH Location: Colorado. Archuleta County, near Pagosa Springs
Deeded Acreage: 2,215±
Nearby Amenities: Pagosa Springs, Wolf Creek Ski Area, Navajo State Park (New Mexico) 2. SUCKLA RANCH Location: Colorado. San Miguel and Dolores Counties, near Egnar
Deeded Acreage: 8,200±
Deeded Acreage: 1,583± Water: 2.5± miles of the Rio Grande River (both banks), designated as Colorado Gold Medal Waters by Colorado Division of Wildlife, 1.5± miles of Pinos Creek. 15 CFS of surface water rights, of which more than 6 CFS are senior water rights.
Wildlife: trophy trout, mule deer, pronghorn,
Water: irrigated land and ponds
waterfowl, a great blue heron rookery, visiting moose, elk, mountain lion, bobcat and lynx
Wildlife: elk, mule deer, bear, mountain lions,
Viewshed: 360-degree views of the San Juan, La
antelope, mountain sheep, turkey, bald eagles and wild horses
Wildlife: resident elk, mule deer and turkey as
Residences: 2,808± square-foot ranch house,
Water: ponds, springs and 11.5 CFS senior seasonal
3. FLYING W RANCH Location: Colorado. Rio Grande County, near South Fork and Del Norte
well as visiting mountain lions, black bear and bald eagles
additional cabin and bunkhouse
Viewshed: 10 different mountain peaks, ranging from 11,289 feet to 12,769 feet
combination hay shed, equipment shed, tack room, working corrals, worker's cabin/cook shack.
Residences: 10,308± square-foot main residence
Nearby Amenities: Dolores River, Telluride, Telluride
(six-bedroom, nine-bath) and two additional homes
Ski Resort, Canyonlands National Park
Infrastructure: quonset shop, workshop,
Garita and Sangre de Cristo mountain ranges, with several 13,000 to 14,000-foot peaks visible from points throughout the ranch. 50 miles of the Rio Grande River corridor.
Infrastructure: single lane steel truss bridge, large metal shop, corrals, center pivot sprinklers
Nearby Amenities: Rio Grande (Golf) Club, Wolf Creek Ski Area, Great Dunes National Park, Cumbres and Toltec Scenic Steam Railroad, Creede Repertory Theatre and Pagosa Springs WINTER 2021
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his one-of-a-kind equestrian estate located in Orange County, California, offers unsurpassed quality and workmanship. This single-story home offers 5,146 square feet of gracious living with a total of four bedrooms and four baths in the main house, and a totally separate 800-squarefoot guest house with sitting area, full kitchen, two bedrooms and modern bathroom.
As you enter the great room, extending 60’x20’ with 21-foot ceilings, you cannot help but be impressed with the grandness and scale of
this living space. Accented by a huge walk-in bar, open-beamed wood ceiling, gorgeous wood floors, three custom chandeliers, French doors and rock fireplace, this space feels like your own luxurious resort. For everyday living, the custom country-style kitchen is totally unique with a huge freestanding custom center island, wood counters, custom wire-face cabinetry and top-of-the-line appliances. The laundry room is so large that it easily accommodates extra work space, mud room and incredible storage cabinetry.
The luxurious master suite is accented by a separate retreat, dual-sided fireplace and two sets of French doors leading to the front and back porches. The huge master bath is like being at a private spa with a gorgeous walk-in tiled shower, freestanding vintage soaking tub, dual vanities and customized dual walk-in closets. Set on 1.84 acres of pristine landscaped grounds, enjoy overlooking your private compound from the 2,340-square-foot front porch. Perfect for entertaining, there is an outdoor kitchen,
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“Every detail has been addressed in this home, and the result is like nothing you have seen before.”
huge eating area, custom fans and large seating areas. Private gardens, four-car garage set on a rear motorcourt, two quiet back porches and professional fencing complete the grounds.
with fans, massive storage rooms, workshop, dog run, tack room, hay storage, barn office, bathroom and laundry room. The upstairs of the barn also provides expansive storage areas.
For the serious equestrian, there is a 119’x65’ riding arena, sheds, open corrals, small animal buildings, chicken coop and an incredible 5,318-square-foot barn. The barn houses eight stalls
This is truly luxurious country living at its best with privacy, quality, attention to detail, private gated entry and impeccable maintenance. °
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Value of Tomorrows With the recent passage of HB21-1233, Colorado has become a trendsetter in valuing land. By establishing one of the nation’s highest return rates of purchase in exchange for protecting lands through conservation easements, the Centennial State has safeguarded unique ranches and their land-based legacy for landowners, outdoorsmen, agriculture, and wildlife today—and far into the future. With HB21-1233, Colorado landowners can receive 100 percent of the diminution of values for deed restricting their properties. A conservation easement is very much like a fingerprint; no two are the same. Each ranch and each region hold natural assets that are of value to the conservation world. Some ranches may be key development pieces while others are located in a migratory corridor for big game or the flight path for avian migration, or they may be home to rare, native species. Natural diversity dictates a diversity of value and opportunities. One of the most important parts of any conservation easement are the owners and their goals. In considering this time-tested conservation tool, it’s important for landowners to ask themselves: What do we hold dear? What open space values such as water quality or view sheds are important to us? What uses do we want to protect? Furthermore, what do we want our land to look like in 20 years, 50 years, or even 100-plus years? A conservation easement is enacted for perpetuity in partnership with a conservation entity such as a land trust. The partners share a desire to see the land and its natural assets protected. Through a conservation easement, landowners either sell or donate their development rights. The land theoretically loses some of its market value because of the limitation on development. While development is limited, it is not completely prohibited, and landowners have the opportunity to define the land’s future through their customized conservation easement. Pertinent questions for landowners to ask themselves include: How many, if any, residences should be retained? How many options for future development, such as additional homes, barns, or other infrastructure, do we want to retain? Through conservation easements, we often see ranching families protect their ability to live a western lifestyle by protecting their agricultural, hunting, and recreational activities. They also protect their ability to manage their land and resources, including conducting routine maintenance as well as improving land and aquatic habitat. While these day-to-day activities may seem trivial, they provide a solid, “guaranteed” blueprint for future uses. Once these protections have been identified and agreed on by the
landowners and their conservation partner, the draft easement is completed. Then the land is valued using current market values coupled with the foreseen value reduction caused by the restrictions. The diminution in value varies greatly from property to property and from asset to asset. Many times, we will see a 50 percent to a 65 percent diminution in the market value of ranches. These “losses“ are recouped in two different ways. For example, let’s consider a $1 million ranch with a 50 percent diminution in value. The loss of value equals $500,000. Of that overall diminution in value, 10 percent is a federal tax deduction, which in this case is $50,000, valued at the tax base of the ranch/landowners. If the landowners are in the 37 percent tax bracket, their deduction from the $50,000 federal tax deduction is $18,500; the remaining $450,000 of the value diminution would be a Colorado State tax credit. Both the federal and state tax credits are dollar for dollar. If the ranch/landowners own a Colorado entity and have a Colorado State tax burden, these credits can be redeemed dollar for dollar. If the landowner does not own a Colorado business or entity with a state tax burden, these credits are sold for $.85 on the dollar. In our example, the landowners will net an 85 percent return on the $450,000 in credits equaling $382,500. The state credit is coupled with the federal credit at 37 percent, so the net return on a conservation easement for a $1 million purchase would be $401,000, reducing the original purchase price to $599,000. With those financial benefits, the landowners will still own the land and they will have protected the natural assets and intangible values for generations to come. Currently, many of our clients leverage the value of money, working in partnership with entities such as American Ag Credit. Because the dollar value of a conservation easement reduces the loan principal, it allows land investors to establish a legacy property, protect its future—and enjoy decades of use with relatively little financial burden. The best kept secret regarding the value of these conserved ranches is time. Today we see fewer large ranches. These ranches are often broken up and sold piece by piece for a higher value per acre. We foresee that changing. In the not-so-distant future, we see large and protected ranches holding a monetary value that rewards the intrinsic value of sustainability and improved wild spaces. Conservation easements are often misunderstood. Thanks to visionary leaders investing in tomorrow and passing Colorado HB21-1233, Colorado is setting the mark for the nation while building a better tomorrow by protecting land value, wildlife habitat, and a cherished lifestyle.
DAN MURPHY, ALC M4 Ranch Group, Broker/Owner RLI Colorado Chapter President
ADENA SPRINGS HISTORICALLY, ITS FOCUS HAS BEEN ON BREEDING CHAMPION RACEHORSES; THE WORLD-CLASS INFRASTRUCTURE IS MULTI-FACETED, VERSATILE AND COULD BE EASILY CONVERTED TO ANY EQUESTRIAN DISCIPLINE, BE IT SHOW JUMPING, EVENTING, DRESSAGE OR ANY BREED SHOW PLACE. IT COULD EVEN BE A HORSE PARK OR CO-OP OPERATION WITH CENTRAL FACILITIES.
“Since 2005, when the Stronach Group opened this state-of-the-art breeding and training facility, Adena Springs has left an indelible imprint on the Thoroughbred industry,” said Bernie Uechtritz, brokerowner of Icon Global, the international real estate brokerage that is offering the property. “The farm has produced and stood some of the greatest horses in modern history, including Awesome Again, Ghostzapper, Macho Uno, El Prado and Mucho Macho Man. It, at 2,300± acres, is one of the two largest farms under one fence in the rolling heart of the Bluegrass Country, located near Paris, Kentucky, just 20 minutes northeast of Lexington. In Bourbon County, founded at the dawn of America, the thrum of hooves is the region’s pulse. The climate, the geology and the generational know-how provide a competitive advantage unsurpassed anywhere on the planet. Notably, any number of Kentucky Derby and stakes winners were produced within a 15-mile radius of the farm; Medaglia d’Oro was born right next door, Uechtritz said. Adena Springs has earned the prestigious Eclipse Award for Outstanding Breeder eight times since its founding. “It is only fitting that Adena Springs Farm is a particularly rare jewel in Thoroughbred racing where a Triple Crown represents the pinnacle of achievement,” Uechtritz said. “The fact that FASIG-TIPTON for the first time ever allowed this historic sale to be announced at its illustrious Night of the Stars Sale in November speaks to the farm’s significance and stature.”
2,300± ACRES IN BOURBON COUNTY, KENTUCKY
At peak capacity, Adena Springs can safely accommodate 1,000 horses. Historically, its focus has been on breeding champion racehorses; the world-class infrastructure is multi-faceted,
THE FARM & FACILITIES Guests arriving through any of the property’s five automatic iron entrances immediately know they have entered an equestrian estate of the highest order. Following one of the tree-lined interior roads, of which there are more than 25 miles, guests watch as the farm’s immaculate grandeur, designed in association with a famed golf course designer, unfolds. With almost 1,500 acres of pastures, the intensely cleared farm offers the open vistas horses of all ages and stages need to graze, rest, run and thrive. More than 100 miles of fourplank and diamond mesh fencing keep the equine athletes safely enclosed. Lakes and ponds dot the landscape, adding shimmering beauty; automatic Varner waterers, located in all the fields, paddocks and around all the run-ins, provide water throughout. Arguably, the farm’s focal point is the two-and-a-half-story Office/Stallion Barn/Breeding Shed, situated in a verdant, landscaped environ that showcases the signature fountain and reflecting pool. Here guests get their first taste of winning hospitality.
versatile and could be easily converted to any equestrian discipline, be it show jumping, eventing, dressage or any breed show place. It could even be a horse park or co-op operation with central facilities. “Adena Springs is a place of superlatives,” Uechtritz said. “If the farm was a hotel, it would be the Four Seasons. If it was a Texas ranch, it would be the 535,000± acre Waggoner. It is head and shoulders above anything else that exists.” Its grand size also lends to the opportunity inherent in this property. While Adena Springs is offered as a whole, the farm can be easily subdivided into several parcel and custom-parcel combinations. Because the legendary facility has more than two miles of frontage along Cane Ridge Road and more than one mile of frontage along Jackstown Pike, each smaller tract could have its own private access. From a business standpoint, demand is strong for equestrian properties. “Since the announcement in early November, we’ve fielded serious inquiries from across the United States as well as England, Ireland and the Middle East,” Uechtritz said. “Equine enthusiasts know the potential of investing their time, energy and money in the historic heart of the Thoroughbred industry.”
The lobby, complete with custom trophy cases, recessed lighting and walnut wainscoting with an adjoining conference room and offices, is just the beginning. A staircase rises to a widow’s walk, which provides a 360-degree view of Adena Springs. The office is directly attached to a 14-stall stallion barn complete with a large viewing area outfitted with rubber pavers, wood siding and a soaring ceiling with recessed lighting. And the stallion barn feeds into the teasing and prep area that includes two teaser and three mare stalls as well as a teasing area, full laboratory, a viewing area and two offices. In addition to the main complex, the farm boasts seven identical 28-stall broodmare barns, built at an original cost of $2 million each and surrounded by cross-fenced 100-acre paddocks; 10 lighted run-in barns with three stalls, feed rooms and a loft, while the attached run-in sheds’ interior walls are lined with hay racks; one quarantine barn with five stalls; two hay barns (250’x30’) and one equipment building (60’x40’). All of the outbuildings are constructed in a style and in materials that complement the main complex and one another. The barns all feature expansive aisles with rubber paver floors, and in many instances the stall walls and flooring are poured rubber, adding to horse comfort. For maximum safety, stalls are also outfitted with sliding metal doors. “Anyone who has ever seen or been involved in the Thoroughbred industry will recognize that these barns have been crafted with an incredible amount of thought as well as the best materials and craftsmanship available to ensure both the physical and biological safety of the horses,” Uechtritz said.
RESIDENCES Wanting to attract and keep the industry’s best professionals, Mr. Stronach designed an 11-residence employee complex featuring an in-ground pool, soccer fields as well as volleyball and basketball courts. His attention to employee contentment extended to upper management, so the farm also boasts two large residences that are approximately 3,000 to 3,500 square feet with attached garages that currently house the general manager and staff veterinarian. An assistant manager’s home, measuring 2,000 to 2,500 square feet, and six manager’s houses, measuring 1,500 to 1,800 square feet, as well as three additional quad units round out the dwellings. All residences are constructed from brick siding with faux stone accents and pseudo-slate roofs to maintain the farm’s aesthetic cohesiveness. As part of Mr. Stronach’s thoughtful development, the farm’s premier building site has been retained. The tallest hill in Bourbon County, which provides a panoramic view of the surrounding area, is within the farm’s boundaries and is the ideal location for an owner’s home or other signature building.
ADENA SPRINGS AWAITS THE NEXT STEWARD TO TAKE THE REINS AND LEAD ADENA FARMS INTO THE FUTURE.
THE OPPORTUNITY While horse-centric properties regularly come and go from the marketplace, rarely do legendary farms the likes of Adena Springs become available. “The legend and legacy of Adena Springs is unparalleled,” Uechtritz said. “The farm is awaiting the next steward, who will take the reins and lead Adena Farms into the next chapter in its glorious history.” — To stake your claim on one of the finest farms in the equestrian universe, contact Icon Global at 214.855.4000 or by e-mail at email@example.com.
INFO@ICON.GLOBAL • 214.855.4000 • WWW.ICON.GLOBAL
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Recreation & Investment Opportunity 6,058 Acres in Wilson, Arkansas P R E S E N T E D B Y N AT I O N A L L A N D R E A LT Y
ecan Point, which is located on the western bank of the Mississippi River and just minutes from downtown Wilson, Arkansas, is a beautiful property with over four miles of river frontage, world-class hunting, multiple building sites and more.
This 6,058± acre property has been professionally managed by a leader in alluvial wildlife habitat development and offers excellent deer, duck, turkey and dove hunting opportunities. This phenomenal property sits on the Arkansas and Tennessee border and offers avid outdoorsmen the opportunity to hunt in two states and enjoy a two-bag limit. It is also conveniently located only a short hour-and-fifteen-minute drive from the Memphis International Airport, making both domestic and international travel to and from the property a breeze. Pecan Point has an extensive road system throughout, and access to this private and gated remote wilderness is via a county-maintained road. Improvements on this property include food plots, waterfowl structures, a concrete boat ramp and an 800± square-foot storage building with power that can be turned into a workshop, kept as a storage shed or used as a feed shop if animals are to be kept on the premises. Pecan Point is the perfect property for someone looking for large contiguous acreage in northeast Arkansas with exceptional recreational and long-term investment opportunities. °
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The Whitehall Ranch Private & Impeccably Designed 656 Acres in Whitehall, Texas P R E S E N T E D B Y A M E R I C A N FA R M + R A N C H
he small enclave of Whitehall, Texas, has a wonderful secret, The Whitehall Ranch. The Whitehall Ranch offers 656± acres of rolling hills and every amenity you could desire on your private ranch. Located between Houston and College Station, it is only minutes by helicopter from the lighted helipad at the ranch to just about all locations you would need, including the Houston Medical Center. Major highway arteries including Highway 6 and the new Highway 249 extension are close by, allowing quick and easy access to all points.
A private, impeccably designed family compound is tucked into a natural, protected setting and reflects the thoughtful merger of inspiration and architecture. The main residence, two guest homes and pool complex are a masterpiece of design and modern luxury with soaring ceilings and wall-to-wall windows. No detail was overlooked. Terraced landscaping and manicured grasses offer a zen-like setting among architectural symmetry and dramatic lines. The Stable Complex hosts two mirror-image barns with ten oversized stalls, tack rooms, groomsʼ quarters and office in each barn. Built
on a high point of the ranch, the views are vast and overlook the regulation polo field and lakes. Fenced turn-out paddocks and large, beautiful pastures are all accessible from here. Your own “farm to table” is right here from the fenced garden, orchard area, greenhouse and chicken area. Gather your fresh eggs and vegetables as you need them. Whitehall Ranch offers sporting and recreation to soothe the soul, from the private skeet and trap complex to resort-like poolside lounge. While hiking or riding throughout the miles of trails, you will see abundant wildlife and fat cattle and easily forget the rigors of city life. Launch your canoe or pontoon boat and fish in the eight-acre lake, or enjoy an evening ride on the water to watch the sunset. Seller may entertain cryptocurrency for all or a portion of the transaction depending on the type, terms and conditions acceptable to it. °
“A private, impeccably designed family compound is tucked into a natural, protected setting and reflects the thoughtful merger of inspiration and architecture.” —DEITRA ROBERTSON
656 Acres G R I M E S C O U N T Y, T E X A S Proper ty ID: 8175 3 3 1 • $2 1 ,600,000
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Property ID: 7135858 | $68,000,000
The iconic N3 Cattle Company was on the market for the first time in 85 years. This beautiful and expansive California property spans 50,500 acres through four counties, making it the largest land offering in the State of California. Located just south of Livermore, and east of Oakland and San Jose, it is easily accessed from San Francisco, the Peninsula and the East Bay. Todd Renfrew, Broker/Owner, represented both the buyer and seller on the recent sale.
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SOUTH GI R ANCH $24,470,750
prineville, oregon – The headwaters of the Crooked River. A year-round cattle ranch with exceptional water rights, recreational opportunities and quality livestock production. Headquarters includes homes, barns, shop, corrals and scales. The ranch includes 3,682± acres water rights for hay fields and meadow crops, 103,000± acres BLM grazing allotments, high desert, lakes, creeks, canyons and springs. SouthGIRanch-PrinevilleOregon.com pam mayo -phillips & brook havens
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CHERRY CREEK R ANCH $15, 500,000
mitchell, oregon – 28,274 contiguous deeded acres on the John Day River used for grazing, hunting, fishing and recreation opportunities with beautiful views, forest, timbered draws, rimrocks, meadows, springs and numerous spring-fed creeks. CherryCreekRanch-MitchellOregon.com pam mayo phillips & brook havens
L O W E R B R I D G E / D R Y C R E E K FA R M $8,950,000
terrebonne, oregon – 731 acres with 547 acres of well water rights in the desirable Lower Bridge Valley. This farm has eight pivots and is planted in alfalfa and grass hay. The property operates as a purebred livestock operation with quality infrastructure. Includes office, vet room, covered working facility, pipe corrals, loading chute, concrete feed bunks, shops, show barn, hay barns and calving barns. DryCreekRanchOR.com pam mayo phillips & brook havens
D R Y C R E E K FA R M $4,449,000
terrebonne, oregon – 359 acres with 269 acres of groundwater water rights (well) in the desirable Lower Bridge Valley. The farm irrigates with pivots and is currently planted in alfalfa and grass and operates as a purebred livestock operation. Quality infrastructure includes: Office, vet room, covered working facility, pipe corrals with dry lots, loading chute, concrete feed bunks, shop, show barn, hay barns, calving barns and a cabin. pam mayo phillips & brook havens
BADGER CREEK R ANCH $7,925,000
mitchell, oregon – This recreational and cattle ranch encompasses meadows with creeks and stocked ponds, timber forest, varied topography and range land bordering the Ochoco National Forest. The ranch includes 913± acres of water rights from Badger Creek, Thorn Hollow Creek, Indian Creek and Mountain Creek, a log cabin, bunkhouse, shop, equipment shed and corrals. BadgerCreekRanch-MitchellOregon.com pam mayo phillips & brook havens
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Introducing 2,214.58± meticulously kept acres, bordering 6,200± acres of USFS lands, with 600± acres of habitat enhancement, 9± miles of crowned and enhanced main roads, 31± miles of secondary roads, erosion mitigation, no conservation easement, seasonal senior water rights at 11.5 cfs, stunning wildlife, and an exceptional luxury estate, creating a ranch offering rarely seen in the ranching world.
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87± Deeded Acres | Pompeys Pillar, MT | $540,000
16.87± Deeded Acres | $585,000 3,456 sq ft Home Area | Thermopolis, WY
The J&M property is located 3.5 miles east of Pompey’s Pillar on Custer Frontage Road, on the southern side of the Yellowstone River. With pinecovered rimrocks, fertile irrigated bottomlands and spacious grassy plains, this small yet topographically diverse property has a lot to offer. The views are plentiful and beautiful, with easy commutes to town or to Billings. Power has been installed on the property and a preliminary road built to one of the building sites. All is ready for you to build the home of your dreams, graze your livestock, hunt for and enjoy watching wildlife, ride your horses, go for walks and live your life on this spacious and scenic property.
This beautiful two-bedroom, two-bath custom cabin sits on 16.87 acres with city water and power. Bring your horses for rides on the adjacent public land. Sturdy corrals and fully fenced property await your animals. From the main floor living room, enjoy picturesque views of Owl Creek and the Absaroka Mountains. The home features custom wood beams, granite kitchen countertops, custom cabinetry and one-of-a-kind antler knobs. Upstairs is a large master suite with three closets and a tastefully done master bath. There is a large unfinished basement with a walk-out patio. This is a hardto-find property with 360-degree views and access to public land!
N. FORK OF SHELL CREEK RANCH BIGHORN MOUNTAIN FOOTHILL RANCH
Buffalo, WY | $4,550,000 Total Acres 1,760± (640±) Deeded Acres The solace of Wyoming’s open spaces. Surrounded by Wyoming State Land, this beautiful land beneath the Bighorn Mountains is conveniently located between Buffalo and Sheridan, Wyoming—in the last best place. This ranch is between two of the West’s best towns—Buffalo and Sheridan. It’s near the 1.1-million-acre Bighorn National Forest for hunting, fishing and outdoor recreation and only minutes from Lake DeSmet for water sports. Near many cultural icons, like the Brinton Museum in Big Horn, or The Jim Gatchell Museum in Buffalo, and several of the original dude ranches in America. The area is rich in western culture and offers world-class golf, rodeo and polo, plus shopping, dining and entertainment, plus easy access to an airport or jet-accessible FBO. Nowhere else in the West will you find the rich blend of “cowboy-cosmopolitan” culture only found here.
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BIGHORN MOUNTAIN FOOTHILL RANCH
Buffalo, WY | $6,500,000 Total Acres 1,760± (400±) Deeded Acres The historic Triangle S Ranch was established in 1882 while Wyoming was still a territory. This beautiful, 400-acre ranch in the Shell Creek Valley and near Lake DeSmet is ideally located between the two coveted towns of Sheridan and Buffalo, Wyoming, along the Bighorn Mountain foothills. Properties like the Triangle S are in high demand, yet seldom do they come on the market. This ranch is primarily used for equestrian activities but also has a small livestock and hay production operation under a center pivot. The indoor arena and vast amount of adjoining public land make this the perfect place for the equestrian enthusiast, either for professional purposes or leisure and enjoyment. The arena is currently leased for horse trainers, clinics and roping events. If one were looking to create an equestrian enterprise, the opportunities here are numerous. Additionally, a charming twostory farmhouse complements the property.
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PR I TC H A R D SU M N ER R A NC H 8,525± acres
San Luis Obispo & Kern Counties
Escape to the historic Pritchard Sumner Ranch in the great wide-open space of Bitterwater Canyon and Yeguas Mountains! First homesteaded in the 1860s, the 8,525± acre Pritchard Sumner Ranch is rich with history and now available for purchase for the first time in over 150 years. Ideal for hunting/recreational compound and/or cattle ranch and improved with a freshly remodeled ranch-style home, barns, historic buildings, juniper trees and a variety of wildlife. Property ID: 7285240
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Paso Robles, California
San Luis Obispo County
Delightful 42.5± acre property with five wells, modular home and appurtenant buildings with lots of growth potential. Property ID: 8304424
San Luis Obispo County
A turnkey cattle and dry land farming operation. One well and two seasonal creeks. Includes vintage ranch house, barn and shed. Property ID: 11828917
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R A NA C R EEK R A NC H 14,141± acres
Carmel Valley, California
With over 14,000 acres in one contiguous block, Rana Creek Ranch is the largest landholding in California’s famous Carmel Valley. The Golden State’s countryside doesn’t get any more idyllic than this. It is currently being operated as a cattle ranch and owner’s retreat, although there are many great options for a future owner to expand operations if desired. Rana Creek Ranch is a mammoth landscape with impressive water resources in the form of seasonal creeks, vernal ponds and a strong aquifer. Property ID: 8177290
NORT H STA R R R A NC H 3,494± acres
VINEYARD HILL IRRIGATED GROUND 253± acres
Exquisite hunting and recreational ranch situated at the base of the Ruby Mountains in the Humboldt Range. Property ID: 9707675
Paso Robles, California
San Luis Obispo County
Includes 100± acres of irrigated farm ground and consists of five legal parcels. Abundant water supplied by two irrigation wells (1,200 GPM | 600 GPM) and one domestic well. Property ID: 7090469
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Full Throttle & Turnberry Ranches
An intriguing trophy assemblage opportunity, Full Throttle Ranch is a turnkey 222acre horse ranch with a luxury home and working infrastructure, while Turnberry Ranch, located above Full Throttle, is where awesome Mt. Sopris and Elk Range views, additional water rights and 394 more acres can be had. Contact Jeff Hubbard, Pat Lancaster or Tommy Latousek.
JW Ranch offers the opportunity to own one of the few significant ranch properties in the iconic Cuchara Valley of southern Colorado. This ranch in Colorado offers the unique and coveted combination of supreme privacy, excellent hunting and livestock production all only five minutes away from the quaint town of La Veta. Contact Jeff Hubbard or Pat Lancaster.
Property IDs: 11370120 & 11370117
Property ID: 11749600
616± Acres in Garfield County, Colorado
The Farm on the Colorado
4,823± Acres in Huerfano County, Colorado
1,123± Acres in Garfield County, Colorado
Valley Springs Ranch
The Farm on the Colorado is a resource-filled, legacy investment opportunity with nearly two miles of frontage on the Colorado River, a 10-acre lake for water-skiing and SUP, quality hunting and scenic views. The Farm is likely the largest flat, irrigated expanse on a single, private property in the entire I-70 corridor through the rugged Rocky Mountain stretch between Denver and Grand Junction and identified in Garfield County‘s Comprehensive Plan as a prime location for future development. Contact Tommy Latousek.
This compelling sporting retreat along the banks of the Gunnison River offers 250 acres of prime hunting and fishing habitat with 0.9 miles of Gunnison River frontage, approximately 1.5 miles of Tongue Creek frontage, several springs and water rights. Conveniently located near the base of the Grand Mesa, the ranch enjoys year-round county-maintained paved access and scenic views of the West Elk and San Juan mountain ranges. Contact Mike McGarry.
250± Acres in Delta County, Colorado
Property ID: 12233583
Property ID: 9838875
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Canyon Creek Ranch
Bow and Arrow Ranch
40,093± Acres in Huerfano County, Colorado
680± Acres in Grand County, Colorado
Bow and Arrow Ranch offers a combination of production and recreation in one of the best value areas in the West. As prices continue to skyrocket in the mountains, eastern, and particularly southeastern, Colorado is emerging as one of the most desirable ranching and hunting areas in the state. This ranch easily handles 500 cows year-round in good moisture years and is nicely improved. Deer and pronghorn hunting are exceptional. Contact Jeff Hubbard or Pat Lancaster.
Canyon Creek Ranch resides in the coveted 14,000-acre Grand River Ranch in the heart of the Rocky Mountains. Situated near Kremmling, this community of ranches is designed for those who wish to own a ranch but need access to world-class amenities like the artfully crafted main lodge, private fishing cabins and equestrian facilities. Currently the only available parcel, Canyon Creek offers complete endof-the-road privacy and views of the Gore Range, Flat Tops Wilderness and the Continental Divide. Contact Haley Mirr.
Property ID: 12671394
Property ID: 11370121
Annabella Land and Cattle
7,942± Acres in Sevier County, Utah
Siskiyou Monument Ranch
Situated in the heart of south-central Utah, Annabella Land and Cattle offers nearly 88,000 acres of deeded land and public grazing leases in and around the Fishlake National Forest. The ranch is the largest stakeholder in the exclusive Monroe Mountain Trophy Elk Association, which is world-renowned for its elk herd and trophy bulls and guarantees annual landowner hunting permits. With irrigated meadows, conservation values, and incredible recreation, all just over two hours from Salt Lake City, this is one of Utah’s largest preeminent hunting and grazing operations. Contact Chris Corroon.
It’s a rare opportunity to find such a scenic and resource-rich ranch in the woodlands just minutes from the town of Ashland, Oregon. This property has important conservation values and provides the perfect blend of forests, grasslands and shrubland with miles of creeks, irrigated meadows and prime farmland soils. While close to town, it also adjoins the Cascade-Siskiyou Monument providing endless recreational opportunities. Listed in cooperation with AFM Real Estate and exclusively marketed by Mirr Ranch Group LLC. Contact Ken Mirr.
1,946± Acres in Jackson County, Oregon
Property ID: 12893829
Property ID: 9893213
LEGACY RANCHES & FINE SPORTING PROPERTIES
877-623-4545 WINTER 2021
“LIVE AND WORK WITH THE UTMOST HONESTY, INTEGRITY AND PURPOSE” is the high standard of the Harrigan Land Company. This “client-first” philosophy has served it well since its inception in 1992, evidenced by many successfully brokered transactions and a host of satisfied customers. Harrigan Land Company specializes in selling high-quality fishing, hunting and recreational ranches throughout the Rocky Mountains. Harrigan Land Company provides a personal and comprehensive service to buyers and sellers, with unsurpassed knowledge of fishing and hunting ranches in the states of Colorado, New Mexico, Utah, Wyoming and Montana.
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STORM KING RANCH
BRAZOS RIVER LODGE
MONTROSE COUNTY, COLORADO
RIO ARRIBA COUNTY, NEW MEXICO
12,000± Acres | Property ID: 11101561 | $17,150,000
4,097± Acres | Property ID: 11101558 | $21,500,000
POINT OF ROCKS RANCH
TRAPPER DIVIDE RANCH
ALBANY COUNTY, WYOMING
MOFFAT COUNTY, COLORADO
13,500± Acres | Property ID: 11690772 | $17,000,000
3,000± Acres | Property ID: 10192353 | $6,500,000
MINERAL COUNTY, COLORADO
CATRON COUNTY, NEW MEXICO
600± Acres | Property ID: 11203025 | $11,450,000
50,000± Acres | Property ID: 10105108 | $21,250,000
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RED HAWK REALTY RESIDENTIAL | LAND | COMMERCIAL | ORCHARDS | VINEYARDS | FARMS | RANCHES
Southern California Legacy Ranch Oak Ridge Stock Farm | Julian, CA 621± Acres
Rare and Private
Year-Round and Seasonal Ponds
1,800± Square-Foot Quintessential Ranch-Style Home |
Private Water Well
Seven Legal Parcels
100-Year-Old Vintage Barn
Legacy ranches, such as the Oak Ridge Stock Farm,
RED HAWK REALTY 800.371.6669 www.DONN.com Marketing@DONN.com Donn Bree - CADRE #01078868
are typically retained by the founding families for decades or sold off in pieces. To have a ranch of this caliber fully intact offers a rare opportunity for the next steward of this incredibly beautiful ranchland. Available for $6,999,000
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Leaders In Lifestyle Real Estate
Donn Bree & Meriah Druliner with the Red Hawk Realty Team
specialize in representing clients in the purchase and sale of
residential homes, vacant land, ranches, farms, agricultural and recreational properties, commercial and investment properties, and environmental mitigation land. In business since 1977, the Red Hawk Realty team members work collectively and collaboratively to enhance accessibility, reliability and personalized client services. With over 30 years of entrusted real estate experience, Red Hawk Realty provides knowledge and guidance for varying market conditions, current real estate trends, inventory and area information. Contact Red Hawk Realty for help with all your real estate needs!
Historic Rancho Jamul
120± Acres | Jamul, CA | $6,299,000
Founded in 1852, Rancho Jamul is a functionally versatile ranching retreat featuring an impressive 6,000± square-foot main adobe ranchhouse with outdoor entertaining space, two 3,500± square-foot secondary residences, 1,300± square-foot caretaker’s home, several barns and outbuildings, botanical paradise, two water wells and expansive, usable acreage ideal for a variety of uses and activities. Surrounded by an Ecological Preserve & Wildlife Area. Conveniently located 30 minutes outside of San Diego’s urban center.
Wine Country Versatile Investment Opportunity
Double R Ranch
89± Acres | Plymouth, CA | $2,497,275
142± Acres | Warner Springs, CA | $1,995,000
Undeveloped land ideally located in the heart of Amador County featuring 20 parcels inclusive of residential and commercial designations allowing for a variety of possible uses. Utilities readily available.
Scenic multipurpose ranch featuring main and guest home, multiple outbuildings, pond, hiking trails, swimming pool, and plentiful space for many outdoor enthusiast, agricultural and recreational activities.
RESIDENTIAL | LAND | COMMERCIAL | ORCHARDS | VINEYARDS | FARMS | RANCHES
Rancho San Marcos
0.33± Acres | $6,500,000 | Carpinteria, California
297.62± Acres | $12,000,000 | Santa Barbara, California
MLS - 21-3863 | Property ID: 12522469
MLS - 21-2322 | Property ID: 11302522
Behind the private gates of the Beach Club community, this stunning parcel
Just minutes from Santa Barbara, the former Rancho San Marcos Golf
offers elevated second-row beachfront living with panoramic ocean views
Course is a rare and versatile site ready for creative reimagining. The
down the coast and deeded beach access to the exclusive Padaro Beach
297.62± acres are surrounded by majestic mountains, stunning vistas and
with miles of quiet sandy beach to explore. Build your dream getaway on a
gently undulating landscapes along the Santa Ynez River. There are existing
lot size of 14,743± square feet and a building envelope of 5,000± square
equestrian structures, a clubhouse, office, bunkhouses, worker residences,
feet. This elite community offers unparalleled privacy and the ultimate
a multi-use trail system, a bass-filled pond and irrigation water. For more
access to the Santa Barbara beach lifestyle. Co-Listed by Suzanne Perkins,
information, please call Suzanne Perkins, Compass, 805.895.2138 or Mike
805.895.2138 and Ron Brand, 805.455.5045 | DRE#01466064.
Brady, Sotheby's International Realty, 805.391.0587 | MB DRE# 00825140
Rancho Monte Alegre
9.47± Acres | $6,000,000 | Carpinteria, California
Lot 1 - 1.52± Acres | $1,450,000 | Carpinteria, California
MLS - 21-656 | Property ID: 10073923
Lot 2 - 1.78± Acres | $1,750,000 | Carpinteria, California
This sprawling mountain view equestrian estate, located half a mile from
MLS - 21-3904 | MLS -21-3905 | Property ID: 10140608
the world-renowned Rincon Beach, accommodates boarding and training
Enter through the gates of the exclusive, private, gated community where Lots 1
horses. The equestrian facilities are set up for 11 horses up to 25. Amenities
and 2 await with enticing ocean and mountain views and each with flourishing,
include: a breezeway barn, paddocks, office, tack room and storage; box
expertly-maintained avocado orchards. Now offered separately, both have a
stalls with paddocks plus optional hay storage/stalls; covered EuroXciser;
0.75-acre residential development envelope. Become part of this historic 3,200-
two round pens; Liberty treadmill, sand and fibre arena and grass paddocks;
acre property that borders a riparian corridor with access to deeded open
motorhome/hay storage; workshop; an apartment; and a luxurious, two-
space, an extensive trail system and cascading waterfalls. Co-Listed by Suzanne
story 6,864± square-foot residence. Abundant well and city water.
Perkins, 805.895.2138, and Ivor Miskulin, 805.455.3154 | DRE# 01934503
Su zannePerk ins.com
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BEAVER CREEK HAY RANCH 3,169± Acres in Phillips County, Montana PROPERTY ID: 7906290 | $3,950,000
STAGECOACH ROAD ORGANIC WHEAT FARM 2,208± Acres in Phillips County, Montana PROPERTY ID: 10882112 | $2,100,000
WILKE RANCH 6,120± Acres in Phillips County, Montana PROPERTY ID: 11751387 | $3,000,000
BLACK RANCH 35,000± Acres in Valley County, Montana PROPERTY ID: 12847561 | $10,000,000
2N RANCH 2,323± Acres in Phillips County, Montana PROPERTY ID: 10028762 | $2,175,000
BAKER WHEAT FARM
12,000± Acres in Phillips County, Montana PROPERTY ID: 12848110 | $6,500,000
1,275± Acres in Blaine County, Montana PROPERTY ID: 12644658 | $1,100,000
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310± Acres in Eaton, Colorado $6,999,900 | Property ID: 12751366 Farm with two augmented irrigation wells; 10 shares of Larimer Weld Irrigating, 12 shares of Larimer Weld Reservoir, 2 shares of Windsor Reservoir and 14 shares of the For Far Lateral.
327± Acres in Wiggins, Colorado $2,950,000 | Property ID: 11635237 The property is bordered on the east side by MCR 3. 160 sprinklerirrigated acres, 84 acres of flood irrigated land and 67 acres of dryland.
142± Acres in Kersey, Colorado $2,400,000 | Property ID: 10824749 Irrigated farm with great income potential. Property offers a 2.5 percent royalty on the oil and gas income from directional wells. Sale also includes 10 shares of FRICO (Milton) and a water tap.
644± Acres in Nunn, Colorado
82.2± Acres in Keenesburg, Colorado
156± Acres in Keenesburg, Colorado
$2,000,000 | Property ID: 6252378 Situated along HWY 52 south of Keenesburg. Comprehensive plan calls for HWY Commercial. Water and sewer are on the property.
$3,900,000 | Property ID: 7779384 156± acres, of which 125± acres are pivot irrigated with Henrylyn water. Heavy Industrial zoning (I-3). Situated one mile east of CR 49.
$1,200,000 | Property ID: 11884397 644± acres of native grass. Property has a livestock well and live water. Located east of Nunn on CR 98 and CR 45.
155± Acres in Dacono, Colorado 570± Acres in Pierce, Colorado $2,000,000 570± acres under CRP. Located west of HWY 85 on CR 96 and CR 23.
$1,900,000 | Property ID: 7721837 155± acres located off CR 10 and CR 17. Located within the Dacono Master Plan for agrarian living under the “3-mile” plan.
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3.15± ACRES | $9,990,000
PROPERTY ID: 12787363 | MLS #26021574
This exquisite, hand-crafted estate boasts timeless style and grace with cathedral grandeur being both luxurious and welcoming. Enjoy the expansive verandas to soak in peace and tranquility with the surrounding forest offering ample privacy. From floor plan to interior design to the exterior spaces, nothing has been overlooked in design and construction with impeccable attention to detail. You’ll be immediately drawn to the seamless blend of stone, wood and wrought iron echoed throughout generous indoor and outdoor living spaces. The main level features the great room walking out to multi-level terraces that beckon
an indoor/outdoor lifestyle on Fontana Lake bordered by the Great Smoky Mountains National Park and National Forest. The kitchen features a double Thermador gas stove/oven, double Sub-Zero refrigerators and two islands. Eat in the beautifully-appointed dining room or the less formal breakfast room before heading out for a hike or paddle. The main house features five suites with two additional bedrooms in the guest apartment over the garage. Double boat house, media and game rooms, gym, hot tub, elevator, generator and dramatic sunset views make this the perfect estate to host family and friends.
74.83± ACRES | $199,900
PROPERTY ID: 11263834 | MLS #26020043
1.42± ACRES | $289,000
PROPERTY ID: 11282351 | MLS #26020066
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PLATTE RIVER RANCHES 2 3 8 ± AC R E S I N PA R K C O U N T Y, C O LO R A D O | $ 5 6 0 , 0 0 0
Features 238 acres with private South Platte River frontage; first time offering. Unobstructed views of the Continental Divide. Year-round paved access and electric power. No covenants or HOAs with agricultural zoning for low taxes. Located between Colorado Springs and Breckenridge. Property ID: 12569333
SADDLE MOUNTAIN RANCH 3 3 1 . 9 2 ± AC R E S I N PA R K C O U N T Y, C O LO R A D O | $ 1 , 6 9 9 , 0 0 0
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Borders Pike National Forest and Colorado State Trust Land. Three adjudicated springs provide water for household use, ponds and irrigation of portions of the meadows. Excellent hunting property, grazing property or recreational hideout. Very private settings with no other homes or structures in sight. Unobstructed views of Pikes Peak and Saddle Mountain. Located between Lake George and Guffey in Park County, Colorado. Game Management Unit 581 which has OTC elk tags for archery and second and third rifle seasons. Totally self-sufficient cabin with spring water, solar electric, thermostat-controlled propane forced air heat, a wood stove and a wood-burning fireplace. Wrap-around deck and upper level balcony to relax and enjoy the quiet and the views. Also a great place to view the wildlife. Property ID: 11973518 WINTER 2021
345± Acres in Crook County, Oregon Beautiful 345-acre ranch that’s a horse and cattleman’s dream! Just east of the fastgrowing town of Prineville. Come sit on your front porch, drink your coffee and take in the beautiful valley views. This gorgeous, secluded, recently-remodeled twobedroom plus loft, two-bath log home has all you could want for comfort and country ranch living. Completely self-sufficient with the best in solar power, “Power Sine Wave,” and propane generator back up. This breathtaking piece of property is completely fenced and cross fenced and even sports its very own private camp ground. This amazing property also has a one-bedroom, one-bath, fully self-contained 480-square-foot bunk house. Bring all your animals and toys and enjoy life to the fullest with a 60’x48’ barn, 26’x16’ greenhouse, 60’x12’ covered hay storage, plus a 10’x12’ grain shed. Completely set up for your horses and cows with its natural springs, 100 acres permanent pasture, stalls, corrals, and round pen. Includes two LOP tags. Surrounded by conservancy and BLM property.
$1,850,000 / PROPERTY ID: 12134799 Charity A. Burhart / firstname.lastname@example.org / 541-678-2558
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Relaxing Log Home
1 3 ± AC R E S I N GA R F I E L D C O U N T Y, O K L A H O M A
$ 7 6 9 , 0 0 0 | P R O P E R T Y I D : 1 2 3 24 2 9 6
This property offers an abundance of relaxing features, from the Colorado cabin feel to the wildlife out the back door almost every day. Built in 2012, the 4,600-square-foot True Log Homes house offers four bedrooms and 3.5 baths, an office and loft. The home’s amenities include granite, hardwood floors, a walk-out basement, vaulted ceilings, wrap-around decks, a hot tub, two pellet stoves, a safe room, generator and a kitchenette in the lower level with wine cooler and mini fridge. A 4,050-square-foot detached shop/garage, built in 2020, has two walkin doors, three overhead doors with openers and two mini split threeton AC/heat units. With plenty of space for a couple of cattle or horses, the property has a water well, improved grass, a spring-fed pond with crappie and bass, live-water Sand Creek, a sprinkler system and custom fences. In an excellent neighborhood. Showings are by appointment only.
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103.81 Acres in Boundary County, Idaho | $1,650,000
Kyle Flory Associate Broker 208.290.8008 KyleFloryRealtor@gmail.com
Have you ever dreamed of having your own private lake? This pristine paradise is right out of a storybook— some call it the 100-acre wood. Each aspect of the property has been handled with intent and care. The roughly 10-acre lake is nothing short of remarkable. The nurtured aquatic ecosystem has a healthy mix of bluegill, channel catfish and largemouth bass. Near the Canadian border, this North Idaho utopia is set off HWY 95, providing seclusion but maintaining quick and easy access. Nearby lakes, rivers and hiking trails provide endless recreation. Electricity, internet and two wells. RV hookup with water/power. Build your dream home surrounded by mountain views and overlooking the lake! Bunkhouse with storage room. Potential horse pasture. Deer, elk, ducks, geese, turtles and frogs are some of the wildlife in the area. Manicured trails have been seeded with clover and low-grow grass. Truly an opportunity of a lifetime. Property ID: 12301987
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3,080± Acres in Perkins County, South Dakota
19,998± Acres in Goshen County, Wyoming
3,080± deeded acres with 12 miles of Grand River, 700-head feedlot and livestock improvements.
19,998± total acres of excellent grazing and well-developed water; owner-rated for 800 pairs year-round.
Property ID: 10511523 | Reduced Price: $6,790,000
Property ID: 12756426 | $13,195,000
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