Our selection of intriguing properties featured on LandsofAmerica.com
Flathead County, Montana
An incredible setting and lifestyle. Abundant privacy on 274 acres in 12 parcels, with 2,850 feet of Mooring Creek, three residences, including a guest cottage, ponds and waterfalls. Amazing entertainment amenities, including a stunning pool with twin cabanas, driving range, bocce ball and so much more. Fabulous location minutes from an international airport and all the Flathead Valley has to offer. Also available with 101 acres for $4,790,000.
Santa Cruz County, Arizona
South Mill Ranch is 1,224± deeded acres of sensational dramatic beauty which boasts an absolutely magnificent main house, two very attractive guest houses and a stable complex with a conference room, office, hay barn, corrals, pens, picnic ramada, shop, windmill and helipad. The ranch is perfect for a private family or corporate retreat. It is also ideal for a small cow-calf operation. South Mill Ranch borders 1,009 acres of open space to the west on the San Cayatano Mountains and approximately 10,000 acres of preserve land on the Sonoita Creek State Natural Area and Patagonia Lake State Park to the south and southeast. The mountain views of the Santa Rita’s, San Cayetano’s and the Grosvenor Hills are astounding in all directions. The climate is excellent year round at a 4,100 feet elevation. Please call Marty Ryan for more details or an appointment at (520) 429-0746.
Cochise County, Arizona
Rancho de las Rocas is the absolute epitome of a one-of-a-kind ranch. There is nothing else like it in all of the southwestern United States. The ranch is located in the famed Texas Canyon in the Dragoon Mountains in southeast Arizona. It consists of 1,050± acres of diverse land highlighted by magnificent boulder formations that are over 50 million years old. The ranch has been featured in several Hollywood movies and television shows. It has deep-rooted western history with visitors including Wyatt Earp, Cochise and his Apache warriors. The world renowned and respected Amerind Foundation borders the ranch. The views are incredible in every direction and the land’s phenomenal beauty is breathtaking and truly humbling by its majestic stature. The ranch may also be available in smaller parcels for as little as $500,000.
Stewart County, Georgia
Matre Forestry Consulting is pleased to offer for sale Magnolia Springs, a pristine, 300± acre recreational property with first-class amenities. Magnolia Springs offers diverse outdoor recreation in a secluded location. If you enjoy hunting, abundant populations of deer and turkey are here, managed extensively for over 15 years with little hunting pressure. In addition, there are four ponds on the property, two of which are spring-fed. 85 acres of pasture combined with miles of woodland trails offer an incredible opportunity for horse lovers. The main house at Magnolia Springs is situated on a bluff overlooking a beautiful two-and-a-half-acre spring-fed pond, with walking trails leading around the lake.
Woodward County, Oklahoma
Nestled in the Northwest corner of Oklahoma, this ranch is outfitted for avid hunters, ranchers and those looking for the ultimate recreational land. Currently managed for deer and quail, there are about 16 corn feeders, five deer protein feeders and 42 quail feeders. In addition, there are four insulated hunting tower blinds, two fiberglass hunting tower blinds and 16 hanging tree ladder stands. This prime hunting property has it all from natural water sources with the North Canadian River running through it, to topography favorable to the native wildlife in the area. The property was created to be the ultimate weekend getaway with a 3,700-foot landing strip leading up to the recently-remodeled main lodge. Originally a small log cabin, the lodge now features an immaculate kitchen with stainless steel appliances and a large gas cook top perfect for entertaining guests. This property has it all from running cattle, hunting deer and quail, to fishing in a private stocked lake or one of the river tributaries.
Park County, Colorado
The 3,330-acre Middle Fork Ranch is a fly fishing paradise, a true Gold Medal fishery! Roughly seven miles of the South Platte River flows directly through the ranch, while Crooked Creek flows along the Northeast side. There are two adjudicated springs, as well as two man-made ponds, and the ranch owns ample water rights for augmentation of an additional pond. The fishing is endless with excellent river bends and grassy banks. Elk frequent the property year-round, but limited bedding cover on the property makes late season the best opportunity for good hunting. The ranch produces excellent high country grazing opportunities with good carrying capacity for the area. Mineral rights are included, and the ranch has some gravel and rock mined and stored on the property. This rare offering, with world-class fishing in close proximity to Denver and the front range of Colorado, is extremely rare.