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Boone Pickens' Mesa Vista Ranch: Over 100 Square Miles of Prime Eastern Texas Panhandle Ranch with Outstanding Improvements
#TX230169
Roberts, 
64,809.00 acres
With the recent passing of Boone Pickens, the listing price of the Mesa Vista Ranch has been reduced from the original price of $250,000,000 to $220,000,000.

LOCATION: The Mesa Vista Ranch is located in Roberts County in the Eastern Texas Panhandle. The ranch is located about 30 miles north of Pampa, Texas, and approximately 85 miles northeast of Amarillo.

ACRES: 64,809 +/- Acres

HISTORY: In 1971, Boone purchased approximately 2,900 acres along the south side of the Canadian River in Roberts County, Texas.

Over the years, Boone began to assemble additional adjoining land positioned along the Canadian River corridor, and today the Mesa Vista Ranch comprises over 100 square miles of prime Eastern Texas Panhandle ranch land.

As Boone's assemblage continued, he spent millions and millions of dollars to make Mesa Vista one of the best improved ranches in the United States. He used cutting edge conservation practices to enhance the wildlife on the property.

Today Boone proudly boasts that the Mesa Vista Ranch is, "the world's best quail hunting."

PROPERTY DESCRIPTION: As Boone expanded his holdings, his focus always remained centered along the Canadian River. Today, the Mesa Vista Ranch stretches approximately 25 miles along the south side of the Canadian River. This lush river bottom land creates the centerpiece for the property, but the ranch features an unmatched variety of land types ranging from rolling sand hills to elevated ridges, mesa points and gently rolling, open prairie lands. The river bottom and numerous major drainages support abundant massive cottonwood trees, as well as willows, hackberry trees and others. Much of the river bottom is sub-irrigated and suitable for native hay production. Live spring water is found throughout several of the major drainages.

In an effort to enhance wildlife on the property, over the years, Boone has been a leader in conservation practices that are now followed by many other sportsmen in the country. As a testament to Boone's conservation efforts, in 2008 he was named the recipient of the prestigious Park Cities Quail Unlimited Lifetime Sportsman Award.

Boone maintains a small cow herd on the ranch, 400-500 cows Boone has placed over 1,000 quail feeders and numerous deer feeders on the ranch. He has created a number of food plot areas and added a network of buried waterlines with small water outlets to create wet areas for quail.

LODGE COMPOUND: The Lodge, along with multiple support structures is located in a manicured, tree covered "park-like" setting. It is common to view whitetail deer and turkey in the mornings and afternoons, with turkey roosting in the trees in the late evening. This Lodge Compound has been the major gathering area for Boone's family and guests over the years. It has served an important role as a place where corporate heads have met to discuss and craft multi-million-dollar business transactions, politicians and large donors have gathered for political events. Few if any facilities can match the beauty of the Lodge Compound.

Initial construction on the Lodge began in 1988, with numerous updates and additions added over the years. Presently, the Lodge itself comprises in excess of 25,000 square feet with an additional approximately 10,000 square feet of porches and patio areas.

Surrounding the Lodge is significant landscaping, in-ground sprinkler systems, and underground electrical service. Adding to the ambiance of the Lodge are numerous bronze sculptures tastefully positioned on the grounds. In addition to the Lodge and support structures, the compound features a lighted tennis court, a skeet/trap range, and a small golf course with two fairways and greens and nine tee boxes.

The Family House, which was completed in 2009, is located west of the Main Lodge. This house is a two-story with a third floor lounging and viewing room. The Family House contains over 6,000 square feet of living area and approximately 2,500 square feet of porches and patios.

The Pub is located north of the Family House and is a two-story structure containing approximately 2,250 square feet of air-conditioned area.

The Gun Room is a freestanding, single-story structure containing over 400 square feet. This building was constructed in 2005 and features a lounge area, bathroom, and kitchenette.

The Gate House, adjacent to the golf course, is a single family, two-story residence with partial basement. This house has approximately 2,300 square feet of living area, an attached two-car garage, and a deck area.

In 2007 Boone constructed a charming Chapel located on the north end of the Lodge Compound area. This chapel is situated along the banks of a flowing creek and lake area. Adjacent to the Chapel is the Memory Garden, which was constructed in 2014. There are pergolas and a beautiful stair-cased waterfall feature behind the structure.

In addition to the above, the Lodge Compound includes other support structures such as storage buildings and the Hilltop House, which is a children's play house. Overall, the Lodge Compound area is the most user-friendly facility on the ranch. It is designed to house large groups for entertaining or business functions.

LAKE HOUSE: Boone's Lake House has been featured in Architectural Digest Magazine and Cowboys and Indians Magazine. The Lake House contains approximately 11,500 square feet of living area and over 3,800 square feet of porches and patios. The front entry door was originally the front door to Bing Crosby's home.

The upper level of the home features a large living/great room with fireplace, dining area, master bedroom and bath, 1 1/2 bathrooms, kitchen, utility room, and elevator. A spiral staircase with stone imported from France leads to the lower level where there are two guest bedrooms, three bathrooms, wine cellar and tasting room, office, exercise room, utility room, cedar closet, mechanical room, and storm/safe room.

Outdoor balcony railings are bronze and all balconies and porch areas overlook astonishing water features, such as lakes, ponds, waterfalls, and aqueducts. The landscaping, topography features, and water enhancements make the Lake House truly "fit for a king."

AIRPORT AND HANGAR: The airport is located on the western portion of the ranch. The runway is approximately 6,000 feet long and 100 feet wide. The airport facility was designed and built with FAA approval and meets all of their requirements and regulations.

Approach lights are installed along the runway. The runway itself is constructed of one-foot thick concrete. This airport runway is designed to handle most any size private aircraft.

Adjacent to the runway is a 52,600-square foot concrete tarmac, which connects the airport to the hangar. The hangar facility contains approximately 25,000 square feet with epoxy coated concrete floor. It features a heated electric hangar door opening system, an attractive lounge and restroom area downstairs and a two-bedroom, two-bathroom pilot's apartment upstairs.

The entire airport complex is located within an 8-foot-high game fence constructed of 2 1/2 inch steel posts with heavy gauge net wire. In addition, the facility is equipped with a standby 350KW generator system for auxiliary power.

DOG KENNEL: The Dog Kennel is located east of the Lodge complex, between the Lodge and the highway. The Kennel contains approximately 11,000 square feet of usable kennel area, with approximately 3,600 feet being enclosed and air conditioned. There are 40 chain-link dog pens, 20 on each side of a concrete center alleyway.

The Kennel is equipped with full office facilities, a large meat processing-center. The facility includes a veterinary lab, upper level storage, overhead crane and bathroom.

WATER FEATURES: The Canadian River itself generally forms the north boundary of the ranch for a distance of approximately 25 miles. This river bottom is wide and fertile with a shallow water table. In some areas, standing pockets of water are common and portions of the river bottom are sub-irrigated. In the early 2000's Boone began a massive water enhancement project, likely never before conceived or duplicated by a private citizen. By dredging and building a chain of dams, waterfalls, lakes, and other water enhancements, Boone created possibly the largest individual water park ever envisioned. In addition to the countless lakes and ponds, he created a flowing, man-made creek called "Boone's Creek," which basically parallels the Canadian River. By dredging into the standing water table in the Canadian River bottom, this creek was formed. Boone, however, was not satisfied with standing water in the creek and wanted ever flowing running water throughout the creek bottom. With the use of well water injected into the creek, Boone's Creek flows several thousand gallons per minute throughout this stretch of roughly 12 miles of creeks, lakes, waterfalls and ponds, all of which are man-made. With a system of pumps and pipelines, much of this water can be recirculated and used over and over. Without question, Boone has created an unmatched oasis in the Texas Panhandle.

WILDLIFE: The Mesa Vista Ranch supports a variety of wildlife. Whitetail deer thrive in the productive creek bottom areas and mule deer are found throughout the sandhills, broken ridges, and mesa points on the southeast side of the ranch. Aoudad are also viewed from time to time in this rougher portion of the property. Antelope are found on the open plains country on the southwest side of the ranch. Besides quail, dove are also abundant and water fowl are seasonally present on many of the lakes. Hundreds and hundreds of turkeys are common throughout the tree-covered bottom lands. Most all of the lakes have been stocked with a variety of fish, and fishing is reported to be excellent.

The southern portion of the Mesa Vista Ranch is improved with pivot sprinkler systems and irrigation wells. Portions of this land are planted in a combination of wheat and millet, providing outstanding habitat for pheasant. All in all, with the water features, varying terrain, and conservation measures in place on the Mesa Vista Ranch, it would be hard to find a better recreational property in this area of Texas.

RANCH RESOURCES: Roberts County is known to have prolific saturated thickness of quality Ogallala ground water, along with substantial oil and gas resources.

The Mesa Vista Ranch is located in an area of prolific quality ground water, being in the Ogallala Water Formation. Over the years, hundreds of thousands of acres of water rights have been sold in Roberts County for municipal water purposes. Recent commercial water sales in the area indicate that water rights have a commercial value in the range of $400 - $500 per acre.

As previously discussed, Boone acquired the Mesa Vista Ranch in a series of purchases over the years. Boone obtained water rights in the earlier purchases, but in more recent years, as he acquired adjoining land, the commercial water rights were already sold, due to their commercial value. Overall, Boone owns approximately 42,000 acres of water rights, which will convey with the sale. This is considered to be an extremely valuable asset.

In addition to this water resource, minerals are also considered to be a valuable resource in Roberts County. Like the water, Boone obtained a portion of the minerals on the earlier land purchases, but as he expanded to the east and west in more recent years, he was unable to obtain minerals with these acquisitions.

There is scattered oil and gas activity on the Mesa Vista Ranch. All of Boone's owned mineral interests will convey. In 2015, Boone's oil and gas royalty income totaled approximately $2,560,000. In 2016, with oil and gas prices declining, the total royalty income dropped to approximately $771,000. For the first nine months of 2017 the royalty income is approximately $541,000. Again, all owned water rights, all owned mineral rights, and royalty will convey with the property.

There are a number of large, operating wind farms located in the Texas Panhandle. All wind generation royalty rights are also included.

PRICE AND REMARKS: The Boone Pickens' Mesa Vista Ranch is offered for sale at a price of $220,000,000. It seems impossible to comprehend all of the improvements made to this property, whether it is structural improvements, water enhancements, landscaping, wildlife conservation features, or others. As example, thousands of tons of landscaping rock, trees, shrubbery, plants, etc. were imported to the property over the years. Early on, Boone hired Tommy Ford, an architect from Dallas, Texas, to help in the planning, drafting, and construction of the many improvements placed on the ranch. Together, Boone and Tommy had the vision to take raw ranch land and transform this property into what now represents Mesa Vista Ranch.

In a recent conversation with Tommy Ford, he estimated that the total volume of building materials, landscaping rocks, trees, and other enhancements delivered to the ranch would exceed 120 trains, with each train load containing 110 cars of materials. Having overseen most all of the major structural construction on the property, Tommy estimated replacement cost of over $140,000,000, not counting the added cost of dredging and developing the lakes and creek water systems on the property.

To our knowledge, no other ranch can replicate Boone's Mesa Vista Ranch. He has spent nearly 50 years transforming this Texas Panhandle Ranch into a wildlife paradise with spectacular water features and improvements fit for a king. The sale of the Mesa Vista Ranch is basically "turn key," including all rolling stock, equipment, pick-up trucks, hunting vehicles, farming equipment, furnishings, bird dogs, etc. The only exclusions are Boone's personal effects, livestock, and his vast art collection. The livestock are available to be purchased separately, as is the majority of the art collection.

"You do everything to make the land perfect, hoping the next owner has the same passion." - T. Boone Pickens

Qualified buyers can schedule a showing of the property by contacting the Brokers.

Offered Jointly and Exclusively By Chas. S. Middleton and Son and Hall and Hall
$220,000,000

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Green Island Ranch
#FL720855
Osceola, 
5,977.00 acres
Green Island Ranch is one of the most extensive tracts in Osceola County, spanning 5,977 acres. This scenic property is incredibly unique due to its size, history, and location within one of the fastest-growing regions in the United States and because it is an entitled mixed-use development for up to 17,000 residential units.

For over 100 years, this working ranch has been in the Partin familys ownership and, at one time, was the largest ranch east of the Mississippi at 60,000 acres. This family holds an esteemed position in Floridas history since the first patriarch arrived in 1847. The Partins introduced Brahman cattle and quarterhorses to Florida. Later, their quadrille horsemanship performances morphed into the famous Silver Spurs Rodeo. It is truly a rare moment to be able to purchase a property of such distinction.

The development potential of Green Island Ranch is expansive and open to the unique interpretation of the buyer. In 2008, a Development Regional Impact (DRI) plan for 13,000 residential units with additional commercial and mixed-use projects was approved. In place until 2030, this DRI offers a clear path to rapid development. However, since the sellers received the DRI approval, the Osceola County Commission also added the South Lake Toho Element to the Osceola County Comprehensive Plan. This more recent plan supports development of up to 17,000 residential units in a higher density residential market than the approved DRI. The countys comprehensive plan includes supportive recreational amenities in conjunction with non-residential uses to create a flexible live, work, and play environment. Please refer to pages 8-13 of this document for detailed information about these two development approaches.

Green Island Ranch is situated amid incredible demographic growth in Central Florida near Orlando, Disney World, and the regions numerous popular destinations. Florida is more than just a place to visit, though. About 900 people per day continue to move into the state, driving demand for residential property and commercial projects that support new communities.

Another exceptional quality of Green Island Ranch is its proximity to a new expressway which is part of a sizable regional connectivity project, and the Florida Turnpike also runs through the property with an exit just six miles away.

This property truly offers a rare opportunity to develop a large, historic tract with highly desirable location and connectivity in one of the fastest-growing areas in the nation.

History and Current Use

Owned by the Geech Partin family siblings, Green Island Ranch has been in the family for over 100 years. The Partin family heritage in Florida began in 1847 when Hugh Gilmore Partin traveled into Florida on foot from Georgia, venturing deep into what is now Seminole, Osceola, and Orange counties.

The family grew and prospered in Florida. Hughs grandson, Henry O. Partin, founded the Heart Bar Ranch in Kissimmee, the largest ranch east of the Mississippi in its prime encompassing 60,000 acres. They established Floridas first herd of Brahman cattle and brought the first quarterhorse to the state.

In 1943, Henry O. Partin started a riding club that featured a unique quadrille performance which was a unique type of square dance on horseback. The popularity of the quadrille would later morph into the now world-famous Silver Spurs Rodeo, an iconic event in Osceola County.

Today, the Partin family heritage continues at Green Island Ranch, a working cattle ranch and sod farm with standing timber for harvest.


$140,000,000

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PC Bar 10 Ranch
#UT721135
Morgan, 
7,195.00 acres
Paved year round access, with three main access points. European style lodge home, built 2005, approx. 12,900 sq.ft. (including garage), barn, 2 trout ponds. Starting on the river at 5,400 ft elevation, the ranch runs up to 8,200 ft in a private mountain drainage. 5.5 miles of private live water fishing, including 1.5 miles of the private tailwater section of East Canyon Creek, and 4.0 miles of Sheep Creek. Borders the 68o-acre East Canyon Reservoir and State Park, a local favorite for fishing and boating. Water Rights include prescriptive stock watering, and 7 acre-feet of Weber Basin contracts for wells. This diverse ranch offers trophy big game hunting for Moose, Elk, and Mule Deer. Additional wildlife and hunting include Bear, Mountain Lion, Turkeys, and Waterfowl. Zoning for development is a mix of Mu-160 (Mixed Use) and F-1 (Forestry Zone)
Located 10 miles northwest of Park City, and 15 miles northeast of Salt Lake City
$42,000,000

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Lakeridge Homestead 4000
#WA251971
Grant, 
4,000.00 acres
LHR4000 is one of the largest parcels of urban-proximity waterfront property in Washington State w/4000+ acres and approximately 5.5 miles of undeveloped lakefront. The property has existing water rights of 3,000 gallons per minute w/multiple withdrawal points. Zoning is RR1. Would be a great Master Planned Community. 3 Pivots for Farming on property. Part of land is leased to a livestock contractor. Please set appt to walk property.
$38,800,000

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South GI Ranch
#OR459238
Crook, 
36,217.00 acres
The South GI Ranch is a productive, income producing cattle ranch with private recreation opportunities. The ranch encompasses 36,217. +/- deeded acres with 3,682 +/-acres irrigation water rights for the pivot hay fields and meadow pastures. The landscape is diverse with a combination of high desert, meadows, springs, lakes, creeks, canyons and the headwaters of the South Fork of the Crooked River. The ranch includes BLM/State grazing allotments, is fenced, crossed with developed livestock water from springs, wells and pipelines for livestock operations. The headquarters for the ranch is private, overlooking the lake and includes: multiple homes, bunkhouses, barns, shop, pipe corrals and scales. The ranch shows years of land stewardship including development of wildlife habitat, fisheries in the natural streams and lakes and grassland management increasing the production and recreational opportunities!
$29,557,000

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6,350 +/- acres: GILES ISLAND -- "WHERE LEGENDS ARE BORN"
#MS429081
Adams, 
6,350.00 acres
6,350 +/- acres: GILES ISLAND WHERE LEGENDS ARE BORN

YES -- thats right -- Giles Island, a legendary tract is for sale! This is a generational sale with only two (2) owners in the last 130 years, so do not miss out! Giles Island is long known as the premier deer hunting destination in the Southeast United States, if not the entire country. This 6,350 acre deer hunting paradise has produced many legends over the last 25+ years (see a sampling among the many videos on the Giles Island Facebook Page). However, deer hunting is not all this tract is known for, as it offers excellent hunting opportunities for all critters in which there is a season. Chief among them are ducks, doves, squirrels, turkeys and alligators. In addition to hunting, the abundant lakes, miles of old river frontage and 1.8 miles of Mississippi River frontage offer the finest crappie and bass fishing to be found anywhere. The island further contains the finest example of the riverfront hardwood timber type to be found anywhere on the Lower Mississippi River. The timber has been on an active Forest Management Plan for the past 22 years. The primary objective of this plan has been to produce timber at the lowest cost and highest return while enhancing the wildlife habitat and protecting the pristine and aesthetic beauty of the island, which is off the charts. Giles Island is also the site of the legendary Jim Bowie knife fight which made the Bowie knife famous. Giles Island has operated as a profitable commercial hunting operation for the past 20+ years offering first class accommodations known as the Tree Tops Lodge and Sippn Shack and dining/social activities in the Antlers Lodge while in pursuit of huge whitetails and other game. The owners private lodging is outstanding along with the caretakers house. Other improvements include the guide and cook quarters, shop, trap shooting house, horse stable and elevated archery shooting platform (see Giles Island website for additional details). In addition to the 6,350 acres of fee land, there is an additional, adjacent 3,000+/- acres of Adams County School Board land under lease bringing the total huntable acres to nearly 9,400. In addition to the hunting pursuits, there are so many additional recreational and other pursuits to be enjoyed and utilized. Approximately 9,400 acres offers plenty of horseback and ATV riding opportunities as well as walking in a pristine setting among the towering sweet pecan, cottonwood and sycamore trees to restore and soothe the soul. Giles Island is located directly across the main channel of the Mississippi River from Natchez, Mississippi, the oldest city on the Mississippi River and can be viewed from the walking trails located on the bluff overlooking the Mississippi River. Giles Island, once a part of Clermont Plantation and the mainland of Mississippi, was created in 1933 with the Giles Cut-off. This was a manmade cut implemented by the U. S. Army Corps of Engineers to shorten the many miles of river travel around what is known as Giles Bend and Marengo Bend. Historic Natchez, Mississippi is less than a 15 minute drive from the Giles Island Landing and lodges and affords all kinds of shopping, dining, recreation and other entertainment experiences for those family members and guest not inclined to outdoor pursuits. The Giles Island Landing is the quickest and most convenient access to the lodges, being a short boat ride directly across Old River from the Hunting Club Office and hunter check-in area. However, the island is accessible by vehicle a large portion of the year as long as the Mississippi River gage reading is 34 feet or less. The Natchez Adams County Airport is located 30 minutes from the Giles Island Landing and can handle any type of aircraft while the Concordia Parish Airport is located approximately five (5) minutes from the Giles Island Landing and can handle most aircraft.

If you desire to see more detailed information you can visit [Web Link listed above] or [Web Link listed above] or the Giles Island Facebook Page for numerous, excellent videos depicting hunting and island experiences or by contacting Tom Middleton, Listing Agent and Forester, at 601-597-5727 or 601-304-0744 (o)
$20,000,000

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Circle E Ranch
#TX757596
Grimes, 
2,100.00 acres
Property Description:
We are pleased and excited to offer for sale the Circle E Ranch. This property is the dream ranch for the owner or family that is looking for an outdoor paradise with fishing, hunting, skeet range, long distance gun range and ATV trails across the entire property. Centrally located in the region where you transition from the Piney Woods to the Post Oak Savanah, 80 miles north of Houston, Texas. The ranch entrance is located on F.M. 2620 which is approximately 30 miles east of College Station, Texas and 30 miles west of Huntsville, Texas. Access to I-45, which is the main route to Dallas/Ft. Worth and Houston, is only a short drive from the front gate.

The ranch has been owned by the same family for many years and is high fenced into several pastures. While the ranch currently has a small cow/calf operation, the main focus of the ranch has been the management of exotic wildlife. The topography of ranch varies from beautiful wheat fields/food plots, to huge pine trees and scattered Oaks. Heavy brush has been meticulously manicured so as to protect all the wildlife, but all boundaries have been neatly mowed to provide easy access around the ranch.

Location:
Circle E Ranch is very centrally located between Houston and Dallas/Ft. Worth just west of I-45. Madisonville, Texas is 15 minutes north of the ranch with Huntsville and College Station about 30 minutes east and west of the property. The ranch has frontage on F.M. 2620 which runs south out of Bedias, Texas. One gated entrance is located on F.M.2620.

Improvements:
The Circle E Ranch has some spectacular improvements with ample room for both family and friends. The main lodge is approximately 7,500+ square feet with 7 bedrooms and 7 baths. The furnishings are beautiful and ready for immediate occupancy.

All the bedrooms are set up as suites with large private bathrooms. The upstairs is set up with 8 twin beds, perfect for children or a bunk room for guests. The kitchen is beautiful with all modern appliances and granite countertops. A great room has a large, beautiful rock fireplace with high ceilings for entertaining all your friends or company. Outside there is a large fire pit surrounded by chairs for sitting around the fire after dinner. A running fountain stream in the backyard is a nice addition to the atmosphere.

There are two other smaller houses located on the ranch. One is a small log cabin located near the main house and the other is a small house where one of the employees lives. Two large barns are located on the property, one with a large walk-in cooler and cleaning area for hunting activities. There is also a hay barn for storage along with a facility for equipment. Cattle pens are also located on the ranch.

There is an extensive list of equipment with the sale, including but not limited to, several pickup trucks, D6 Bulldozer, Maintainer, Hay equipment, several tractors and much more. A full equipment list is available upon request.

Hunting, Wildlife and Recreation:
The high fenced Circle E Ranch is home to 26 different exotic game species including Sika deer, Blackbucks, Fallow deer, Axis deer,
Nilgai Antelope, Wildebeest, Water Buffalo and Elk. Whitetail deer are also found on the ranch with improved genetics having been introduced in the past. A 1,000-yard gun range is also located on the ranch.

Fishing on the ranch is available in the 60-acre lake along with several smaller lakes and ponds on the property. Both Largemouth bass and Stripers can be found along with catfish and bluegills. Duck and dove hunting can also be good in season. There is a fully equipped skeet range for practicing your shooting skills with friends. Approximately 15 miles of improved roads run throughout the ranch presenting great ATV opportunities to explore the property.

Water Features:
The Circle E Ranch is considered to be very well watered. A water well located near the front of the property supplies all the improvements with a great water source. A 60-acre lake is the center piece of the ranch with fishing and hunting options available year-round. There are approximately 15+ additional smaller lakes and ponds scattered through the ranch, all stocked with fish. Mooring Creek also runs through the ranch providing seasonal water and scattered holes of year-round water.

Price:
$15,950,000.00. ($7595.00 per acre)

Remarks:
Very seldom do you find a ranch that is attractive and this well-manicured. This beautiful property has hundreds of huge trees, fabulous improvements and an amazing collection of wild game. This is a ranch that is move in ready for you, your family and friends.
$15,950,000

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High Elevation Property For Sale in Asheville, NC
#NC221483
Buncombe, 
795.00 acres
One-of-a-kind trophy property located only 25 minutes from downtown Asheville, North Carolina at an elevation of 3,400 to 4,200 feet. Originally intended as the centerpiece of the highly and nationally publicized Cliffs at High Carolina luxury community, a 665-acre portion of this exceptional 795 acre parcel of property contains a unique bowl that was planned to be used for Tiger Woods first US designed golf course.

In addition to the bowl, this property also contains a pristine, fish stocked, 8-acre lake, mature hardwood and pine forests, open meadow areas, miles of high elevation ridge lines with 360-degree, panoramic, year-round, long range mountain views, and miles of hiking, nature and equestrian trails. This is the perfect piece of property for a private estate, residential development, health/wellness/spa resort, or corporate retreat. Additional home sites are also available.

Listing ID: 32109-15004
$15,900,000

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Painthorse Ranch
#MT457154
Ravalli, 
90.00 acres
The Painthorse Ranch is located in the beautiful Bitterroot Valley of western Montana. Just a short drive west of the small western community of Darby, the ranch features good cell service, Internet, fully automated irrigated acreage, and excellent water rights. Scenic Tin Cup Creek runs along the south boundary plus a 2 acre private lake holds huge trout. Great mountain views! Over 13,000 square feet of luxury living space on 90.61 acres with end of the road paved access. Very private! 4 separate parcels. Main log house, two guest lodges, bus barn, horse set up lake cabin, and more. Sold with furnishings, art, equipment, stock, and vehicles. Nothing like this ranch in the West! Call Jan King at 406-369-4313, or your real estate professional. Appointments needed with 24 hours notice.
MAIN LOG HOME: 3,940 sf / 3 Bedrooms, 3.5 Baths, Sunroom, Vaulted Ceilings, Granite Kitchen, Great Room Fireplace, Large Master Suite, Offices, Media, Laundry, Double Attached Garage.
BUS BARN: 3,800 sf /Great Room with Fireplace, 2 Bedroom Suites, Huge Granite Kitchen, 45 X 50 Finished Garage for Buses, 16' Overhead Doors, Shop, Laundry, Bonus Room.
EAST GUEST LODGE: 5,360 sf /Very High End Soundproof Theater, Crestron Electronics, Cork Floors, Game Room, Kitchen, Massage and Shower Rooms, Wet Bar and Wine Room. 2 Bedroom Suites, Laundry, Bonus Room.
WEST GUEST LODGE: 2,260 sf /2 Bedroom Suites, Laundry Bonus Room.
MANAGER'S LOG HOME: 4,200 sf /3 Bedrooms, 3.5 Baths, Great Room with Fireplace, Loft Bar and Media Area, Bonus Rooms, 30 X 30 Detached Log Garage with Loft Space.
LAKE CABIN: 800 sf / Loft and Day Use Bath.
Cowboy Golf Course, 35+RV Hookups for Coaches, 20 X 56 Equipment Shop, 40 X 60 - 3 Stall Hay Barn, Wrangler's Shed, Tack Room, Additional Service Buildings and Storage to make this the perfect Montana Ranch!
WILDLIFE: Elk, deer, turkeys, eagles, trout, and mountain wildlife. Ride out to Tin Cup Creek Trailhead to the west. Near thousands of acres of recreation in the National Forest. Yellowstone Paramount Production is being filmed in this area because it is so scenic and beautiful. An amazing property that has taken years to complete with a perfect vision.
$15,000,000

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Bureau County, IL 1215 acres
#IL301074
Bureau, 
1,215.00 acres
LandGuys is excited to offer this mega-property with world-class recreational opportunities! Cloverleaf Ranch is 1,215+/- acres of outdoor paradise. This elite property boasts some of the best whitetail hunting across the entire Midwest. A massive block of hardwood timber loaded with valleys and streams is where you will find cruising bucks traveling during the fall. The well established trail system allows outdoor enthusiasts to access the timber with ease. Tons of thick-brushy cover provides excellent bedding locations for the massive deer herd living on the property. Several hundred wild turkeys make their home on the ranch. There are approximately 550 tillable acres that supply a solid annual income. The 30 acre pond is stocked full of largemouth bass, tiger musky, walleye, bluegill, crappie, and more. The lake is big enough to enjoy jet-skiing and even has a well groomed beach. Equipped with a chefs kitchen, game room, and spa room..the 5,200 sq ft lodge is perfect for entertaining guests. A 30x50 outbuilding will house all of your toys and outdoor necessities. An Olympic-certified trap and skeet range is professional engineered and is perfect for any level shooting enthusiast. An elite property of this magnitude wouldnt be complete without its own airstrip. The owner of this property would have the convenience of flying in on the half mile FAA-approved grass runway. The Cloverleaf Ranch is an exceptional rural retreat! Contact Nathan Cumpton 815-878-6780 or Don Wagner 309-335-2894 for more information about this incredible property or to schedule a private showing.

Address 6349 1725 East St. Tiskilwa, IL 61368

Call:
NATHAN CUMPTON
Cell: 815-878-6780
or
DON WAGNER
Cell: 309-335-2894


Property Highlights:
* 1,215+/- total acres
* $120,000 annual income from farming lease
* World class whitetail hunting
* Very large block of mature timber
* 2 sided access with multiple access points
* Thick-nasty-brushy areas ideal bedding habitat
* Many funnels and pinch-points
* Very lightly hunted
* Miles of well ATV groomed trails
* Excellent turkey hunting
* FAA certified airstrip
* 30 acre stocked lake
* Private sandy beach
* 2 docks
* Lakefront gazebo
* Fish cleaning house
* Solar powered aerator in lake
* Numerous potential food plot locations
* Olympic-certified trap and skeet range
* 5,200 sq ft lodge, 6 bedroom/4.5 bath
* Game room, chefs kitchen, wet bar, and spa room
* Large pole building
* Gated entrance
* 2hrs from downtown Chicago, 1hr from Quad Cities, 1hr from Peoria
$13,500,000