Heading into the first quarter of 2019, here's our quarterly roundup of the most expensive ranches and land currently listed for sale throughout the United States.
Congratulations to Dan McEwen, broker/owner of McEwen Group, for his sale of 1,000-acre Chimney Rock Farm in north-central Tennessee's Pickett County. This $2.6-million sale was recorded on October 4 through the Lands of America Comparable Sales program.
Situated on 1,800 acres in central Tennessee, High Camp Farm is a world-class, high-fenced game preserve with a well-equipped lodge for sporting aficionados.
After what's been a brutal and particularly cold winter for many parts of the country, we're ready for spring. Here are our picks for the best places to enjoy spring wildflowers!
This breathtaking 157-acre estate, located 13 miles outside Fredericksburg, is a combination of hills and valleys along Devils Creek.
Autumn really is an especially scenic time of year and there’s no better place to take in the changing of fall leaves than at one of the national parks.
August 21 will bring the remarkable sight of a complete solar eclipse traversing the United States from Oregon to South Carolina. Here's where to watch.
The Old Grist Mill is an intriguing historic property with origins that trace back to the 1820s and the growth of a small community among the woods and creeks of south-central Tennessee.
October 2016 saw the arrival of the stunning Lion Mountain Ranch in West Texas on the market plus a huge swath of southeastern timberland in Tennessee and Kentucky.
The National Park Service celebrates its 100th birthday in 2016. Here is some of our favorite land for sale on the doorstep of these treasured public lands.
With the eastern U.S. bathed like a wet blanket in record heat, we indulged in some escapist research to locate swimming holes perfect for a cooling dip.
With spring blooms popping and regions thawing out across the country—OK, our apologies to the residents of Denver, Wisconsin and other Midwest ...