The French Ingram Ranch is a private Southern Texas ranch with over 7 miles of frontage along the Pecos River. Located in Val Verde County, the historic property was owned and operated by the same family since the 1920’s.
A world class hunting ranch with 284± acres of irrigation, 500± acres of meadows and heavy stands of timber. This ranch offers several income opportunities and endless recreational possibilities. With 6 buck deer and Rocky Mountain elk bull L.O.P. tags, no public roads or private holdings within the property lines, this is a one of a kind!
Along with its indisputable beauty and quality, the location makes this property an iconic estate in the Rogue Valley just 1.5 miles from the historic town of Jacksonville, Oregon. The visionary concept of this exquisite estate is extraordinary. Every detail, touched by master artisans and craftsmen, some of whom were flown in to craft works of art such as woven leather covered hand railings in the historic barn-turned-office, and silver leaf wainscot in the well appointed theater, where from floor to ceiling hundreds of hours went into creating the masterpiece.
If you’re looking for amazing big game hunting opportunities with complete seclusion this ranch is the place to be! It includes 6 mule deer and 6 Rocky Mountain elk L.O.P. tags (buyer to confirm). Complete with a comfortable lodge, you won’t be roughing it come hunting season!
With ample space for hosting friends and family, the large gourmet kitchen opens up to a gathering room with a floor to ceiling stone fireplace. The main floor has expansive waterviews from all primary rooms and opens to a large bluestone terrace overlooking the Bay.
Latitude 35 Farm is a wonderfully improved and varied use West Tennessee country estate consisting of approximately 1227 acres, a 5000 SF luxurious house, indoor swimming pool & spa, guest house, chip & putt golf green, top-of-the-line 9-stall horse barn, covered riding arena, equipment shops, pole barns, hay shed, 7 paddocks lined with 4-rail fencing, […]
Located in McLeod, the Burnt Leather is arguably the most coveted recreational ranches in Montana. It provides a window to the very best of the Northern Rockies and a privileged place in nature alongside one of America’s great wildernesses.
One of the largest and last remaining undeveloped properties along the Tennessee River, River Hills Farm is a great investment. Exceptional hay production, managed cattle, and some row-cropping are the current agricultural operations.
Located in the Teton Valley, this unique rural community farm offers rich fertile soil for agriculture production, gorgeous views of historical mountains and a multitude of recreational activities making this ideal for a family retreat.
Both the Rio Blanco and San Juan rivers flow through the property, ideally situated in Archuleta County south of the Colorado mountain town, Pagosa Springs. The site supports cattle ranching and hay production, set against the backdrop of the stunning San Juan Mountains.
Back Creek is located adjacent to the Sweet Springs community of Greenbrier. Sweet Springs is located at the foot of Peter’s Mountain in historic Monroe County, West Virginia. The Old Sweet Springs Resort and Lynnside Historic District are found in the Sweet Springs Community.
This is a very rare offering of a large live water ranch with stunning views, wildlife-rich wooded terrain, and very fertile soils located in an extraordinary bend of the river between Lake Granbury and Lake Whitney.
This scenic ranch located along the tailwater stretch of the Ruby River offers incredible fishing, a productive agricultural operation and a blank canvas to build your dream home. The property is also a price conservation opportunity.
This rare and unique property is undoubtedly one of the finest oceanfront estates with the potential for a coastal family compound with the addition of the 7-bedroom, waterfront carriage house, offered separately.
An ideal ranch for the entire family. In addition to hosting all of the traditional Texas sporting game species, it is also a year-round recreational mecca with great fishing and exotic game opportunities.
Lower Middle Fork Ranch is a private setting on the John Day River with about 5 miles of river frontage and seven seasonal and year-round streams on the property. The habitat and terrain support healthy herds of elk, deer, antelope, turkey, bear and game birds.
Located at the base of the Bridger Mountains this very private ranch is contiguous with forest service and offers forest covered hills down to lush, productive meadows with mountain streams laden with aspen groves.
A well equipped ranch with 2 excellent homes, a man cave/party room, 5 stall barn, hay shed, cabin and more! Access to thousands of BLM acres with little or no public access. Complete with 3 L.O.P tags (buyer to confirm with ODFW) and over 1 mile of John Day River frontage! This a true recreational paradise!
The Wild Horse Mountain Ranch would make a great property for a recreational retreat or possibly a year-round residence and the land has conservation easement potential.
Along one of Montana’s greatest fly fishing rivers and one of the last large ranches left in the Paradise Valley. It is highly prized for its dramatic beauty, extraordinary outdoor recreation and close proximity to southwest Montana’s cultural and transportation hub of Bozeman.
This historic cattle ranch includes 797± acres of water rights, two BLM Grazing units (2,729 active AUM’s in Oregon, 1,781 active AUM’s in Idaho) and 4 buck mule deer LOP tags (buyer to confirm with ODFW). Less than a two hour drive to Boise, Idaho with unlimited recreational opportunities!