Lands of America 2019 Biggest Land Sales

As we start the new year, let’s take a look back at the biggest and most expensive ranches and properties sold on Lands of America in 2019.

We look forward to sharing more significant sales and achievements over the coming year!

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Las Veras Ranch, California

10 Most Expensive Land & Ranch Sales in 2019 *

1. Las Veras Ranch, California ($70,000,000)

2. La Bandera Ranch, Texas ($54,038,785)

3. Disney Land, Florida ($49,000,000)

4.Sulphur Bluff Ranch, Texas ($43,940,500)

5. The Reserve, Texas ($39,950,000)

6. KB Carter Ranch, Texas ($39,555,000)

7. Circle Ranch, Texas ($39,500,000)

8. Lion Mountain Ranch, Texas ($34,027,500)

9. Blue Creek Ranch, Texas ($29,750,000)

10. West Powderhorn Ranch, Texas ($29,547,200)

Flatwillow Ranch, Montana

10 Largest Land & Ranch Sales in 2019 *

1. Flatwillow Ranch, Montana ($11,000,000)

2. Circle Ranch, Texas ($39,500,000)

3. Cross L Ranch, New Mexico ($18,500,000)

4. Ranch, New Mexico ($3,300,000)

5. Wild Bunch Ranch, Arizona ($1,150,000)

6. Spanish Stirrup Ranch, New Mexico ($2,250,000)

7. North Fork Ranch, Montana ($14,700,000)

 8. New Mexico Canyon Ranch, New Mexico ($2,150,000)

9. Madsen Ranch, New Mexico ($257,500)

10. La Bandera Ranch, Texas ($54,038,785)

* Note: Data regarding sold property is compiled for land sales recorded in 2019 through the Lands of America Comparable Sales program. Premium and Signature sellers receive complimentary access through the Network’s Property Control Center. Click here for more information about participating in the Comparable Sales program.


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