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Cape Froward
#406167
Cape Froward , Cape Froward
235,500.00 acres
Cape Froward is an astounding 235,500 acres of beauty in Patagonia, Chile. Cape Froward views encompass the entire southern part of the Strait and the Darwin Mountains, the Magdelena Channel and all the islands to the south in the Drake Sea. The property has about 27 miles of coastline.

The abundance of flora and fauna make Cape Froward an incredible opportunity to develop a nature preserve for conservation and ecotourism. There are also very good tax incentives as well as opportunities to tap the carbon bond markets.

Location

Cape Froward is located just 62 miles south of Punta Arenas which is the capital of Patagonia.

Nature
Over 50 species of birds are found on the property along with numerous species of mammals such as puma, fox, and deer (Huemel) as well as sea mammals such as humpback whales and sea otters.


Co-listed with Fitzroy Tourism and Real Estate
$35,000,000

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Ticton Hall
#SC545687
Jasper
, 29936
Jasper County
1,817.00 acres
History

Ticton Hall, as it was first known in the early 1800s, was owned by Mr. John Heyward. He was also the owner of nearby Chelsea, Sandy Hill, Rose Hill and Pickpocket Plantations. Mr. Heyward and his wife, Constantia Pritchard, married in 1829 and made Chelsea their home. Ticton Hall has remained in the chain of title of Chelsea Plantation ever since.

In the late 1880s, Mr. John Edwin Fripp purchased Ticton Hall in conjunction with Chelsea and managed the properties as a hunting club. By 1931 the ownership had expanded to encompass more than 20,000 acres and included parts of well-known properties Spring and Callawassee Islands. Many of the members were from northern families with immense fortunes. In 1936, the club came to an end and Chelsea, along with Ticton Hall, was purchased by Marshall Field III, heir to the famed department stores. In 1956, Mr. Field died, but his widow Ruth continued to manage and maintain the properties. Later, she sold an interest in Chelsea, roughly 6000 acres at the time and which included present day Ticton Hall, to publisher Nelson Doubleday Jr. Mr. Marshall Field IV inherited his familys share of the property, as well has his familys love of the land, and he and Mr. Doubleday enjoyed excellent quail hunting and were actively involved in the management of Ticton Hall until it was sold in 2019.

Ticton Hall has changed very little in the time following Mr. Fields acquisition. As you enter the gate, the natural beauty is overwhelming. Mr. Aldo Leopold shared, the five tools most useful for wildlife management and conservation of wildlife include the axe, fire, plow, gun and cow. Most, if not all, of these applications have been selectively and skillfully implemented at Ticton Hall. Excellent stewardship of past owners and managers has preserved this property, an unusually fine example of the classic quail hunting grounds of the old south.

Description

Currently, Ticton Hall offers six well-established quail courses covering 800+/- acres of ideal habitat. The courses offer an excellent mixture of cover including bunch grasses, sedges, warm season native grasses as well as forbs and legume food sources. Should the new owner opt to increase the size and number of courses, significant acreage remains with soils compatible for upland game bird habitat. In addition to the excellent quail hunting, there are multiple dove fields and 31 +/- acres of waterfowl impoundments. These impoundments can be planted and flooded annually - they have consistently held ample numbers of wintering waterfowl and add to the diversity of sporting adventures for wing shooters.

The location of Ticton Hall is one of its most notable assets. Though it is easily accessible from Bluffton, Hilton Head or Beaufort, due to its natural surroundings it remains quiet, private and secluded. Other noteworthy landholdings in the area include Good Hope, Bolan Hall, Okeetee Club and Spring Hill.
Euhaw Creek borders Ticton Hall and offers 9000+/- feet of river frontage, of which 2500+/- feet are considered high, non-marsh frontage. Much of this frontage consists of a bluff overlooking the river or marsh, some of which offers westerly views. A deep water tributary of the Broad River, Euhaw Creek is accessible for most watercraft. Port Royal Sound is nearby as well, and it is a short boat ride to downtown Beaufort or Hilton Head. The bluff along the waterfront will allow for multiple home sites or a family compound complete with private docks. The high bluff with deep water add a beautiful, rare and extremely valuable feature and endless possibilities for enjoyment of Ticton Hall.

In considering the unusual land and water features, well-drained soils, proximity to Bluffton, and the immense projected growth in the area, Ticton Hall may also offer the new owner significant potential tax benefits through the donation of a conservation easement. Easements can be designed to fit the requirements of the property owner, allowing for all current and historical usages, while also providing protection from development and fragmentation.

In addition to the potential easement value, there are several stands of well-stocked mature loblolly pine and hardwood forest. These timberlands have been managed with a sustainable approach that will provide potential for current and future revenue streams.

Seller may consider dividing this offering by using Ticton Hall Road as the division line. Ticton Hall East consist of 972+/- acres and Ticton Hall West 845+/- acres.

"Ticton Hall is a rare opportunity to own a piece of the storied South Carolina Lowcountry, a historical property that will offer any discerning buyer almost unlimited outdoor pleasure, investment potential and is a significant opportunity for a conservation buyer."- Todd Crosby, ALC
$21,000,000

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Bering Pacific Ranches
#AK380503
Unalaska
, 99685
Aleutians West County
200,000.00 acres
AMERICA'S WESTERNMOST RANCH DOES NOT LIE ALONG THE SLOPES OF A REMOTE MOUNTAIN RANGE, NOR UNDER A BONE-BLEACHING DESERT SUN, NOR ON A TROPICAL BEACH.

Instead, the massive ranch lies northwest of the contiguous United States and Hawaii, clinging to the heart of the Cradle of Storms, as locals call this region of Alaska. Resembling a strand of emeralds set against a steely gray sea, the Aleutian Islands reach for Asia with the snow-capped peaks of dozens of volcanoes peppered by the domes of small Russian Orthodox churches.

The jagged islands separate the frigid waters of the Bering Sea from the relatively warm waters of the Pacific with its Kuroshio current. The mixing of these waters gives birth to some of the most violent storms recorded in North America, often draping this world in fog for weeks and keeping the lush grasslands of these islands green.

The 686-square-mile Umnak Island is just west of Dutch Harbor. Seventy-two miles long and 16 miles wide with a volcano of its own, the island is also the home of the nearly 500,000-acre Bering Pacific Ranches with its 10,000 head of cattle. There are about 10,000 reindeer, a small bison herd on the far end of the island, and a few wild horses. The Okmok volcano and other mountains in the center of Umnak Island separate the ranch from the village a little more than 40 miles away. The ranch house, housing for cowboys, slaughterhouse, and pens were originally part of Fort Glenn, a World War II Army air base that was effectively abandoned a few years after the Japanese surrendered. The slaughter plant was built up from the concrete foundation of one of the military structures. The site is leased from the Alaska Department of Transportation, and grazing rights for the ranch are leased from Native corporations that own land on the island.

The ranch maintains a small herd of 11 saddle horses, but the real work bringing in the cattle is done with a two-seat helicopter. With stock ranging 50 miles or more from the pens, The ranch found horses to be impractical across such distances of rough terrain. The helicopter is ideal for working the valleys, driving the animals out toward the holding pens. The ranch becomes fully operational in the fall months, each season processing 500 to 1,000 head with 40 to 60 head per day after the cattle have been rounded into pens following a summer spent fattening up.

Umnak Island and Unalaska Island, Alaska

200,000 Acres under grazing lease (4 Separate Leases)

A total of 500,000 Acres available to cattle

Year round carrying capacity of 8,000 to 10,000 head without supplementation

Current Herd

- 10,000 Head


Other Assets:

- USDA / Oregon Tilth Certified Organic Slaughter Facility

- Ranch Headquarters Building

- 3 Cabins

- Shop and Hanger

- R22 Beta Helicopter

- Misc Ranch Equipment, Trucks, Tractors, etc.

Please contact Icon Global Group for more details.
$16,500,000

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J-Seven Ranch Parcel 1 Farms
#FL301748
25400 County Road 833 , Clewiston
, 33440
Hendry County
2,578.00 acres
J-Seven Ranch Farm Parcels is 2578 acres located in Hendry County. This is property consist of high quality permitted farmland ideal for vegetable, turf or hemp production along with excellent pastureland that can be used for a cattle operation and/or recreational hunting. The property includes excellent access to County Road 833 and is located between Naples and Miami. This property will be an excellent owner operated farming operation or a great investment opportunity for leasing to outside farmers.
$13,500,000

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Strain Ranch, Parker County, Texas, 1363 ACRES!
#TX960462
1399 Fm 3028 , Millsap
, 76066
Parker County
1,363.00 acres
5th GENERATION 1,363 acre ranch combines beauty & history stretching out between FM 3028 & Bennett Rd. The STRAIN RANCH offers quick access to I-20, 20 miles to Weatherford, 48 miles to Fort Worth. 160 feet of elevation change with beautiful hardwoods & grazing pastures. Abundant wildlife for exceptional deer, turkey, duck hunting. 28 small lakes & tanks stocked with bass, sun perch, crappie, catfish. Multiple equipment barns, sheds, cattle pens. Rock Creek borders some of the west property line for approximately 1 mile. 3,114 sf 2-story house with 3 BR, 2 Baths, bonus room upstairs, family room addition with fireplace. 4 car garage. Co-op water, septic. Railroad crosses the northern end of the ranch.

Listed by Tim Clark &
Ali Borron
(817) 964-2088
alice@clarkreg.com
$9,499,000

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351 W Hells Gate Drive, Strawn, Texas 76475
#TX589598
351 W Hells Gate Drive, Strawn, Texas 76475 , Strawn
, 76475
Palo Pinto County
258.00 acres
The best of both worlds is what you get with this fantastic opportunity! Top notch Equine Facility minutes away from beautiful Possum Kingdom Lake. Main home has 4 bedrooms, and 4 baths. Ranch Managers home has a designated office, 2 bedrooms and 2 baths. 74,375 Sq Ft Covered enclosed arena for all your equine events. Conference center, 2 Ranch Administration offices, with viewing windows in climate controlled comfort for year round use. Fly control misting system throughout the barn area. 10 stalls, Priefert panel walker, vet lab, heated water wash rack, breeding facility, automatic waterers. Mare barn has is an additional 9800 Sq Ft, 38 stalls, feed room, wash rack. 3 RV hookups and outdoor restrooms.

Listed by: Tim Clark &
DeeDee Jordan
(817) 880-1779
DeeDee@clarkreg.com
$7,200,000

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Ticton Hall West
#SC783488
Jasper
, 29936
Jasper County
630.00 acres
Description

Ticton Hall West is one of the most premier properties to be offered to the marketplace in quite some time. Since the mid to late 1800s, this property was part of Chelsea Plantation and has never been offered as a divided parcel. Currently, Ticton Hall West offers well-established quail courses, the courses offer an excellent mixture of cover including bunch grasses, sedges, warm season native grasses as well as forbs and legume food sources. Should the new owner opt to increase the size and number of courses, significant acreage remains with soils compatible for upland game bird habitat.

The location of Ticton Hall West is one of its most notable assets. Though it is easily accessible from Bluffton, Hilton Head, or Beaufort, due to its natural surroundings it remains quiet, private, and secluded. Other noteworthy landholdings in the area include Good Hope, Bolan Hall, Okeetee Club, and Spring Hill.

Euhaw Creek borders Ticton Hall West and offers 700 +/- feet of high bluff with non-marsh deep water frontage and 2,951 +/- feet of marsh frontage with access to deep water. A deep-water tributary of the Broad River, Euhaw Creek is accessible for most watercraft. Port Royal Sound is nearby as well, and it is a short boat ride to downtown Beaufort or Hilton Head. The bluff along the waterfront will allow for multiple home sites or a family compound complete with private docks. The high bluff with deep water adds a beautiful, rare, and extremely valuable feature for endless possibilities for the enjoyment of Ticton Hall West. Considering the unusual land and water features, well-drained soils, proximity to Bluffton, and the immense projected growth in the area, Ticton Hall West may also offer the new owner significant potential tax incentives through the donation of a conservation easement.

In addition to the potential easement value, there are several stands of well-stocked mature loblolly pine and hardwood forest. These timberlands have been managed with a sustainable approach that will provide the potential for current and future revenue streams.

History

Ticton Hall, as it was first known in the early 1800s, was owned by Mr. John Heyward. He was also the owner of nearby Chelsea, Sandy Hill, Rose Hill, and Pickpocket Plantations. Mr. Heyward and his wife, Constantia Pritchard, married in 1829 and made Chelsea their home. Ticton Hall has remained in the chain of title of Chelsea Plantation ever since.

In the late 1880s, Mr. John Edwin Fripp purchased Ticton Hall in conjunction with Chelsea and managed the properties as a hunting club. By 1931 the ownership had expanded to encompass more than 20,000 acres and included parts of well-known properties, Spring and Callawassee Islands. Many of the members were from northern families with immense fortunes. In 1936, the club came to an end and Chelsea, along with Ticton Hall, was purchased by Marshall Field III, heir to the famed department stores. In 1956, Mr. Field died, but his widow Ruth continued to manage and maintain the properties. Later, she sold an interest in Chelsea, roughly 6,000 acres at the time, which included present day Ticton Hall, to publisher Nelson Doubleday Jr. Mr. Marshall Field IV inherited his familys share of the property, as well as his familys love of the land, and he and Mr. Doubleday enjoyed excellent quail hunting and were actively involved in the management of Ticton Hall until it was sold in 2019.

Ticton Hall has changed very little in the time following Mr. Fields acquisition. As you enter the gate, the natural beauty is overwhelming. Mr. Aldo Leopold shared, the five tools most useful for wildlife management and conservation of wildlife include the axe, fire, plow, gun and cow. Most, if not all, of these applications have been selectively and skillfully implemented at Ticton Hall. Excellent stewardship of past owners and managers has preserved this property, an unusually fine example of the classic quail hunting grounds of the old south.

Ticton Hall is a rare opportunity to own a piece of the storied South Carolina Lowcountry, a historical property that will offer any discerning buyer almost unlimited outdoor pleasure, investment potential and is a significant opportunity for a conservation buyer.-Todd Crosby, ALC
$7,000,000

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"The Sanctuary" at Rancho Monte Alegre
#CA453332
Carpinteria
, 93013
Santa Barbara County
40.00 acres
Life on the Ridge
Welcome to Rancho Monte Alegre. Elevated on a ridge overlooking the Pacific Ocean, discover miles of pristine natural beauty, breathtaking mountain vistas, endless ocean views, and waterfalls. This is Rancho Monte Alegre, an exclusive new community of custom ranch style home sites on 3,000 acres of unspoiled coastal foothills just minutes from Santa Barbara. Enjoy serene, secluded living among abundant native flora and fauna, natural creeks and waterfalls, private hiking and horse trails, and expansive groves of avocados, lemons and olives.
With development limited to just 16 carefully selected ocean- view ranch estates ranging from 40 to 200 acres, its a rare opportunity to design your ideal homeand lifestyle
on one of the last untouched locations along Californias coveted Central Coast.
Rustic Serenity Just Minutes from City Living
Covering 3,000 acres on a historical 19th century ranch and surrounded by the Los Padres National Forest, Rancho Monte Alegre extends from low-lying orchards and agricultural lands to a ridgetop with magnificent coastal views. It feels worlds away from city living, yet the exceptional dining, retail and cultural attractions of Carpinteria, Montecito, and Santa Barbara are just minutes from your door. Californias picturesque Central Coast beaches, including Rincon and Padaro, line the Pacific Coast Highway, less than two miles away
A Rich and Remarkable History
First inhabited centuries ago by the Chumash Indians and later developed as a lemon and avocado farm in the late 1800s, Rancho Monte Alegre became a gathering place for many of Californias social elite. This historic site was once a legendary getaway for the Hollywood elite of the golden era, attracting fabled celebrities such as John Wayne, Robert Mitchum and Gene Autry.

Authentic Living in the Coastal Foothills
Spectacular views of the Pacific Ocean, Channel Islands and Santa Barbara coastline
More than 2,000 acres of permanent nature preserve
Miles of private hiking and
horse trails that connect far into Los Padres National Forest*
Pristine creeks, waterfalls and mineral bath swimming holes
Retreat stations by creek, waterfalls and trails
Sprawling lemon, avocado, and coffee orchards
Abundant wildlife including eagles, hawks, quail, bobcats and deer
Private helicopter pad and landing area
Ocean-view equestrian center with covered arena, barns and saloon*
Nature-viewing platforms
Yoga/meditation center by creek and water

A Short Drive to Cultural Sophistication
Enjoy the perfect balance of idyllic privacy and cultural exploration at Rancho Monte Alegre. Less than ten minutes away, Santa Barbara and Montecito offer world-class attractions, including art galleries, music, opera, dance, theater, premier hotels and the historic Santa Barbara Polo & Racquet Club. Fine dining, diverse restaurants and top-notch wineries abound alongside stylish boutiques and specialty shops. Savor the beauty of Californias beautiful beaches just minutes from home, including the exclusive Padaro Beach and Rincon, a world- renowned surf spot.

Design Your Ideal Home on a Private Estate
With ranch sizes ranging from 40 to 200 acres, Rancho Monte Alegre offers you the opportunity to build a home and family retreat that is unparalleled on the California coast and uniquely yours. Capture stunning ocean views from every room, create
a backdrop of spectacular mountain vistas and design inviting spaces that flow naturally from indoors to out.
Architectural styles reflect the coastal California climate and readily available indigenous material. Choose from a menu of styles designed to complement and preserve the natural surroundings, including modern California farmhouse, Mediterranean, Spanish and traditional farmhouse.
Beyond your door, each expansive lot offers countless possibilities. Cultivate orchards of avocados, coffee, lemons or grapes. Raise horses and enjoy miles of private trails.
Listed on Ranch Marketing Associates
$6,800,000

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6001 Old Brock Road, Weatherford, Texas 76087
#TX859972
6001 Old Brock Road , Weatherford
, 76087
Parker County
86.00 acres
86 ACRES, 3 RESIDENCES, 3 BARNS, in BROCK AMERICA and we are literally just getting started !!! CUSTOM BESPOKE MAIN RESIDENCE in the back of property, on the hill, SURROUNDED by 100 year old OAKS TREES. The house blends in perfectly with the natural landscape and the elevation enhances an already JAWDROPPING westward view. It's ONE OF A KIND and completely unique with custom materials being collected and shipped from all over the WORLD to built this masterpiece. 2 LIVE creeks surround the property lending peace, quiet, and tons of privacy!! Industrial TOY barn with modern GLASS DOORS, lounge and head. Renovated, 1800's Historic Farm House and marvelous smaller residence convey as well.Excellent grass and soil

Listed by Tim Clark &
John McGuire
(817) 597-8776
john@clarkreg.com
$6,250,000
Eagle River Case Ranch
#CO964223
101 Ping Lane  , Eagle County
, 81631
Eagle County
11.00 acres
After almost 30 years in the family, this property is now available for its next chapter. The Town of Eagle, Colorado has established a very comprehensive plan for the expansion and growth of the Eagle River Corridor, and the Case Ranch becomes the centerpiece, connecting the heart of Eagle with the coveted riverfront access. Land11.5 acres prominently positioned high above the southern bank of the Eagle River, sits this beautiful property just a stones throw from downtown Eagle, the Eagle River Park, Visitors Center and the Eagle County Fairgrounds and arena.
Flat usable ground, with Lush Green Pasture.
ImprovementsThe is currently one single family home on the property. Fully Fenced and Irrigated.
General OperationsThis pristine 11 acre property located in the heart of Eagle, Colorado, is a developers dream. Prominently positioned high above the southern bank of the Eagle River, sits this beautiful property just a stones throw from downtown Eagle, the Eagle River Park, Visitors Center and the Eagle County Fairgrounds and arena. After almost 30 years in the family, this property is now available for its next chapter. The Town of Eagle, Colorado has established a very comprehensive plan for the expansion and growth of the Eagle River Corridor, and the Case Ranch becomes the centerpiece, connecting the heart of Eagle with the coveted riverfront access. The citys vision consists of a mix of higher density residential and commercial development on the properties immediately to the north of Eagles central business district. Envisioning a lively, walkable, mixed-use, neighborhood bordering the flowing waters of the Eagle River. This prime location offers it all, from the luxury of the nearby resort towns of Vail and Beaver Creek, to some of the worlds premiere ski resorts, all with the small town community feel of Eagle. The convenient access to I-70, and just a 2 hour drive to Denver and the front range, has this prime mountain town location perfectly placed for all your outdoor activities; skiing, hiking, hunting, and fishing on the Eagle River. Rarely does one find such an abundance of amenities and opportunity in such a beautiful setting.
Region & ClimateEagle, Colorado averages 244 Sunny Days per year. At only, 6,601? Eagle experiences mild winters, and a longer summer season.
The town of Eagle has grown into a beautiful town with a great community with events and entertainment if you enjoy a night out every now and then.There is a Costco just 5 minutes down the road, and plenty of restaurants 10 minutes away.
LocationThis pristine, and private setting is in a prime location. Offering both the luxury of theresort towns of Vail and Beaver Creek just 30 minutes away, and the small town community feel ofEagle. It is located just off of Highway 6, and has Quick and easy access to I-70.
Glenwood Springs is just 30 minutes away, and 2 hours to Denver. The continuously growing Eagle Airport is 10 minutes away. This is the perfectproperty for all you outdoors activities; skiing, hiking, hunting, and fishing on the EagleRiver, and of course horses!
Rarely does one find such an abundance of amenities and opportunity in such a setting!
$8,495,000