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Douglas Tompkins' Fundo Las Rosas
#232568
516.00 acres
Fundo Las Rosas received its name due to all the roses and flowers on the property. Watching cattle graze across pastures with a backdrop of snow capped peaks in the background and enormous rose and flower bushes in the foreground is almost surreal. The property is made of 2 parcels totaling 209 hectares (516 acres) along the Carretera Austral in the Patagonia Lakes Region of Chile. You might be familiar with the name Douglas Tompkins due to his philanthropy efforts. However if not, you most certainly are familiar with the name of the outdoor clothing and equipment brand he founded; The North Face. Douglas Tompkins purchased Fundo Las Rosa (The Rose Farm) in 2008 and began a complete restoration effort. Fundo Las Rosas received its name due to all the roses and flowers on the property. Watching cattle graze across pastures with a backdrop of snowcapped peaks in the background and enormous rose and flower bushes in the foreground is almost surreal. The property is made of 2 parcels totaling 209 hectares (516 acres) along the Carretera Austral in the Patagonia Lakes Region of Chile. The farm entails beautiful restored orchards and cultivated ground for growing fruits and vegetables along with native forests and grasslands. The orchards boast many heirloom varieties and a newer fruit and nut orchard. In addition, the farm produces approximately 500 liters of organic juices each year. There are plans in the works to establish a rustic sophisticated teahouse catering to tourists traveling the Carretera Austral. One will never tire of the views of the surrounding snowcapped peaks including Hornos Hill (Oven Hill) and Cascada Hill (Waterfall Hill) along with views of the Rio Amarillo that borders the property on the western property boundary. Location Fundo Las Rosa is located located just south of El Amarillo in Patagonia. 29 Km south of Chaiten 5 Km south of El Amarillo Access One can fly from Puerto Montt to Chaiten - 40 minutes From Puerto Montt can ferry to Chaiten - 10-12 hours By Bus/Car and ferry to Caleta Gonzalo - 9 hours Improvements Fundo Las Rosas is improved with a beautiful main home, guest house, shop, machine shed, and greenhouses. All structures are exquisitely constructed with no detail left out. The home is approximately 2260 square feet with 2 bedrooms each with ensuite bathrooms and the guest house is approximately 376 square feet. Recreation Fundo Las Rosas lies only a few kilometers from the entrance of Parque Pumalin which is one of the largest conservation initiatives in South America encompassing 715,000 acres. The park offers hiking and camping to the public to enjoy the many majestic views the park offers. In addition, one can enjoy hot springs, fishing, and many other outdoor activities in the area. Fishing Camping Hiking Biking trekking
$2,500,000
Williston Lake Resort
#251414
127.50 acres
Williston Lake Resort offers a new owner the opportunity to step into a successful operation and live the dream of the Canadian outdoors. The property has over 3000 ft of frontage on Lake Williston in Peace River region and includes and additional subdivision with 8 lots remaining for sale that can be sold to offset some of the purchase. Location 15 minutes from Hudson Hope, British Columbia 1.5 hours from Fort St. John, British Columbia Fort St. John has full service airport and supermarkets and departments stores Improvements Williston Lake Resort includes a spectacular 10,985 square foot log lodge with 13 guest rooms, spa, conference room, and a restaurant.  Additional structures include storage building, hay shed, corrals and horse shelters.  The lodge will accommodate a total of 22 guests with a total of 13 rooms. The restaurant will seat up to 60 patrons and the conference room can accommodate up to 40 seats. Wildlife Lake Williston and the surrounding area offers excellent fishing on the lake and in nearby rivers and the the area is rich with Western Canada's wildlife. One should expect to see deer, golden eagles, wolves, bears and elk to name a few. The area is a hunters paradise and if shooting wildlife with a camera is more your speed there is no shortage of targets.  Fishing Lake Williston and the surrounding rivers and streams offer up some of the best fishing experiences Canada has to offer with numerous fish species ready to test your rod and reel.  Broker Remarks Williston Lake Resort is a turn-key operation ready for a new owner to step in and continue offering exceptional lodging and services. Offered in cooperation with Cascadia Pacific Realty
$2,195,000
Pikes Peak Ranch
#CO359841
Teller, Colorado
62.75 acres
Pikes Peak Ranch is truly a unique gem of gems which is really saying something when considering the area where the property is located. The ranch has views of Pikes Peak that make it feel like it's in your front yard. One can cross the catwalk to the crow’s nest balcony and sit sipping coffee as the morning sunrise sets the peak aglow as if it were aflame. The ranch is complete with a beautiful 4,332 sq. ft. home, steel shop, stables, hay barn, riding arena, chicken coop, RV pad, kennel and run, and is fenced into pastures all on 62.75 acres and if need more acreage there is an additional 170 acres right next door that can be added. The new owners will not have to contend with any covenants or an HOA and there are no close neighbors. The history related to the ranch is fascinating in itself and many remnants of days gone by can still be seen. The old railbed of the Midland Railroad runs through the ranch and the well where steam locomotives would sit and fill with water still sits as it did over 100 years ago. There are homestead remnants as well including a large root cellar and part of an old livestock barn. The owners took care to preserve the history and even repurposed timbers from collapsed structures. These timbers can be seen through the home in the trim work and there is even an old barn door with its original hardware. Pikes Peak Ranch offers something for everyone. Far enough from the big city to enjoy the country life but an easy drive to Woodland Park or Colorado Springs for shopping at big box stores. Bring your horses and animals and enjoy the ranch life! Location Pikes peak Ranch fronts Highway 24 just west of Divide, Colorado along the front range just north of Pikes Peak. Access The ranch has direct access from Highway 24 in 2 locations with gravel roads to the home.. Elevation, Topography, Vegetation Sitting at an elevation of about 9,000 feet the ranch consists of rolling terrain with grass-covered hills and meadows transitioning to old-growth spruce, pines, and aspen groves towards the back of the property. Water There are two good wells that service the property. In addition, there are two free-flowing wells that feed into Twin Creek that flows across the property. Improvements The ranch includes a custom timber lock 4,332 square foot 4 bed 4 bath cedar home with masterfully crafted details in the entire estate. Complementing the home is a 40x60 steel-framed shop with sleeping quarters and bathroom; RV Pad with hookups. Alongside it is a 36x56 stable with six oversized stalls. To complement the barn is an over-sized, 1,000 small bale capacity barns. Also included is a 75X75 kennel and run with water and electric hook up, and fenced chicken coop. Home Fox Block Foundation Inland Cedar 4” exterior walls Metal Roof Interior walls insulated, between floors insulated Ceiling between basement/main floor insulated Cat 6 cable throughout house Security cameras Electronic door locks 5 Temperature zones/wifi capable Microwave Drawer Pot Filler 6 burner w/griddle, dual pwr/double oven range Farm Sink Under-cabinet lights Walk-in Pantry w/freezer Patio with roof prewired and plumbed for enclosure Master bath-walk in shower w/dual heads Soaking tub Office with separate entrance Repurposed barn wood baseboards Handmade slider office door All solid core interior doors-pine upstairs-oak downstairs Wine room pre-plumbed for heat Wine room has bar sink Wine room w/wine racks/bar Wine room 8” ceiling board insulation/walls 6” insulation Garage-heated/equipped with water faucet/work station Dog Wash in Laundry Room Land 4-fenced/crossed fenced pastures Foal pastures-2x6 construction Historic root cellar Historic barn 2 wells Free-flowing artesian wells Historic wishing well Seasonal spring at front of the property Back of property-Aspen/old-growth pine and spruce trees Entire property fenced Shop 3 large cargo doors 3/4 Bathroom /laundry room/utility sink Office/kitchenette/sleeping loft Wall heaters bathroom/office Office wired for internet access Shop wired for 220/110 Iron beam construction RV Cement pad/utilities hookups Barns Insulated Wired for 220/110 2 Radiant heaters Heated Tack room Heated water buckets per stall Oversized stalls w/walkout paddocks Paddocks lined w/4” pea gravel Dog Kennel 3 Dog house w/deck Water hydrant inside kennel Electricity inside kennel 6’ enclosed fence Chicken Coop 3 attached fenced pens 8x8 henhouse 4 nesting boxes w/access from outside Electricity Ag Uses Currently, the ranch is used as a horse property and is well set up for that purpose. However, the location, topography, and water would accommodate many uses. In fact, part of the ranch was at one time a cabbage farm. Hunting Elk and deer hunting are good in this area and large herds of elk are regularly seen on the property. Recreation There is no shortage of recreational activities to be enjoyed on the ranch and surrounding area. With an abundance of public land in the area, if one tires of riding or hiking the ranch there remains thousands of acres of public land to explore. There is also fishing, ATVing, skiing, gambling and much more within a short distance of the ranch. Minerals Any and all owned minerals will convey.
$2,100,000
Long Canyon Ranch
#CO420845
Las Animas, Colorado
1400.00 acres
Sitting on the Colorado New Mexico state line, Long Canyon Ranch is offered for the first time since it was originally homesteaded in the late 1800’s. While the original ranch was much larger, Long Canyon Ranch has remained in the family and been utilized as a cattle operation for over 100 years. The family has been an excellent steward of the land and the ranch. Ranch fences are good to brand new and unlike many ranches that have been in the same family for generations, Long Canyon Ranch has been kept free from rusting relics, stray fence wire, etc. The ranch is situated for a new owner to build a home with incredible views and enjoy ranching and hunting. There is excellent trophy antelope as well as elk, bear and turkey to be hunted. Enjoy the peace and quiet of rural life and leave the cities behind. Location Long Canyon Ranch is located just 10 minutes east of Branson, Colorado just to the north of the New Mexico state line. Access Access to the ranch is provided by county maintained gravel road. . Elevation, Topography, Vegetation The ranch sits at a little over a mile above sea level at about 5,900 feet. The terrain is rolling hills covered in western wheat, sideoats grama, and blue grama with some cholla interspersed. Improvements The ranch is improved with a set of functional working cattle pens, windmill and water troughs. Ag Uses Historically the Long Canyon ranch has been utilized as a cattle ranch and currently is leased for summer grazing of 80-90 pairs. It is strong grass country that will produce good calves and can also be used for horses and other livestock. Hunting Located in Game Management Unit 143, the ranch is allowed unlimited elk tags. Elk will come out of the canyon to graze up on top giving elk hunters opportunity. Over-the-counter Antelope tags are also available for archery and draw tags for muzzleloader and rifle. There are private land only rifle tags that are fairly easy to draw. There are occasional bears as well that will come up out of the canyon to feed. There is turkey hunting opportunities on the ranch as well. Water and Power There is power on the ranch and water is provided by water wells. There is also a cell tower on the ranch which allows area to have cell reception which is a big bonus in the area. Minerals Any and all owned will convey. Financial verification required to schedule showing. All units of measure and maps showing property boundaries are approximate. Buyer to verify to their own satisfaction. This property is offered by John Hayter Inc, DBA Ranch Marketers. All information provided by Ranch Marketers or their sales representatives in connection with this property was acquired from sources deemed reliable and is believed to be accurate and reliable, however, we do not warrant its accuracy or completeness. Ranch Marketers recommends that every item of importance to the purchaser (i.e. water laws, mineral laws, zoning, land use regulations, state, federal and private permits) be independently verified by the purchaser and/or purchaser’s attorney.
$1,399,000
Los Pinones Ranch
#NM335265
Rio Arriba, New Mexico
565.00 acres
Los Piñones Ranch lies in a highly sought after area of Northern New Mexico near Chama. The ranch has been in the same family for nearly 60 years and the family still ranches the neighboring land. Enjoy sitting on the porch watching the sun set during the summers and during the winter evenings sit and visit with company while a fire crackles in the fireplace. Improved with a beautiful Northern New Mexico style custom home that is great for entertaining guests or simply enjoying country life. Bring your ATVs and horses and enjoy riding the trails that have been carved across the ranch offering tremendous vistas and wildlife viewing. Location Los Piñones Ranch has great access and location being located just 1.5 miles south of Cebolla, New Mexico and just 30 minutes to Chama. Chama, New Mexico - 30 minutes Santa Few, New Mexico - 4 hours (nearest commercial airport) Taos, New Mexico - 1 hour 45 minutes Access The ranch has highway frontage on State Highway 84 south of Cebolla, NM with a caliche driveway to ranch house. Elevation, Topography, Vegetation Starting at an elevation of about 7,400 feet the ranch terrain offers hills, draws, ravines, and valleys rising to an elevation of about 7,700 feet at the highest point. The hills are covered in juniper, oak brush, and piñons which open to grass-covered valleys. Improvements Los Piñones is improved with a beautiful 3,100 +/- sq ft 3 bedroom, 3 ½ bath home with 10 foot ceilings throughout. Each bedroom has its own ensuite bathroom. The home has in-floor radiant heat and 3 wood-burning fireplaces/stoves for heating. An attached oversized 3 car garage offers plenty of space for parking vehicles, toys, and workshop space. The fuel supply for radiant heat and cooking is propane and the house is on septic and municipal water with underground utilities. There are also several woodburning stoves/fireplaces Ag Uses The ranch is a good cattle ranch capable of running 40-50 cow-calf pairs. It would also be suitable for horses and other livestock. Hunting Home to small resident elk herds and deer Los Piñones Ranch offers owners great opportunities to hunt and Carson National Forest is right across the highway. The ranch sits in Game Management Unit 51B and receives 3 elk permits and Game Management Unit 51A lies across Highway 84. Fishing There are great fishing spots nearby including the Rio Chama, Rio Cebolla, El Vado Lake and Heron lake. Rio Chama Wildlife Area Abiquiu Lake Heron Lake State Park El Vado Lake State Park Fishing for: Trout Kokanee Salmon Bass Perch Catfish Carp Walleye Recreation The ranch offers lots of recreation opportunities including hunting, fishing, trail riding, and hiking. In Addition, right across the highway, there is access to thousands of acres of national forest to enjoy and within a short distance, one can access lakes, rivers and recreation areas that offer boating, fishing, hunting and more as well. Recreational Opportunities include: Camping Horseback Riding Hiking Hot Springs (link http://www.gigglingsprings.com/slideshow) Biking Four Wheeling Boating Historical sites Water and Power Water is provided by municipal water and rural electric power is to home and property. Minerals Seller will convey 25% of the minerals with asking price offer.
$1,275,000
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