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·  August 24th, 2013 02:48 pm
·  2,622 m²
·  Bedrooms: 4

FAMILY HERITAGE ESTATE Exceptional family estate property 224 acres of timberlands, pastures and meadows. Beautiful river & mountain views, fish bearing streams, spring-fed cistern, private water rights. Custom MidCentury Modern ranch,40x80 barrel vault roofed barn, 3 bay shop,fenced pastures, mature timber, small gravel pit. Property divided into 21 10+ ac parcels.

·  August 8th, 2013 01:07 pm
·  1,570 m²
·  Bedrooms: 3

Small Blueberry Farm Great small blueberry farm. Mature Blueberries with some outbuildings. House is also available for additional rental income. Just under 10 acres and ready next summer for tons of Blueberries. $349,900

·  May 10th, 2013 03:04 am
·  250 acres
·  Bedrooms: 4

Beautiful 250 Acre Working Cattle Farm and Hunting Ranch Washington County, AR. $885,000.00. 3 pastures, 4 large ponds, 1 creek, 2 springs. This property is an absolute Ozark Mountain gem within 20-30 minutes driving distance from Fayetteville, AR. The ranch is 250 acres of green, mountaintop pasture and timbered draws with breathtaking views, and it is easily accessed via private drive off of a county road. It is about 50% pasture, 50% timbered and offers excellent hunting and fishing opportunities with income potential from a top notch, turnkey cattle operation (cattle go with seller). The property has four large fishing ponds, two small game ponds in the woods, two natural springs, and a nice creek that runs through the entire property. There are two relatively new houses on the property. The residence is five years old and 3200 square feet. The other house is three years old, 1700 square feet, and it is rented out. Both are very well built and in excellent condition. Other improvements include two chicken houses which are now used for the cattle operation, storage, etc. The property is entirely fenced. This is the perfect property for someone wanting a permanent residence, hunting club or cattle farm close to Fayetteville with lodging and income potential.

$885,000  

·  July 1st, 2013 03:29 am

SHORTRIDGE RANCH on SMITH CREE The Shortridge Ranch on Smith Creek, historically known as the Shoco Ranch, is located near beautiful and historic Augusta, Montana. In the shadows of one of the most magnificent mountain features in the West – the Rocky Mountain Front and Haystack Butte, the Ranch straddles about one and a half miles of Smith Creek, one of the finest personal-sized trout streams in the area. The Ranch consists of about 678 acres of deeded land with approximately 260 acres of lush creek bottom, sub-irrigated pastures and irrigated hay meadows. The hay meadows have been leveled and are predominately flood irrigated with gated pipe. Approximately five acres are under buildings and corrals with the balance in native range land. A small 47-acre State of Montana Lease parcel located on the northeast corner of the Ranch will also convey with the sale. Modest but well-kept improvements are easily accessible just off of Highway 435. The pastures are judicially fenced to maximize grazing efficiency of the meadows and the riparian corridor. Smith Creek is fenced off with wildlife-friendly fencing protecting this prolific fishery from livestock disturbance. Owned by the Shortridge Family for over one-hundred years, the Ranch has both an historic appeal and enticing recreational amenities. Historically operated as a pure-bred Red Angus cattle operation by the Shortridge Family, the Ranch will provide its next owner an authentic, productive ranch on a great trout fishery and hunting preserve with close proximity to some of the very best outdoor recreation and beauty Montana has to offer. The Shortridge Ranch on Smith Creek conveys a genuine sense of security and privacy while living less than an hour from Great Falls.

·  July 1st, 2013 03:29 am
·  2,032 m²
·  Bedrooms: 4

#227257 9770 County Road 15 Small farm property close to town. Bring the animals! Five acres with domestic well. No covenants, small out buildings. Fully fenced. Remodeled three bedroom home with mother in law suite. Great mountain views.

·  March 27th, 2013 07:17 pm
·  31 acres

Discover what country living is all about on 31 acres in the center of Washington Parish! Located approximately 10 minutes east of Franklinton and 20 minutes west of Bogalusa, the Highway 10 North property features a rural setting surrounded by small farms, timberland holdings and homes on acreage. The property has frontage on Highway 10, a state highway with power and telephone available. The Highway 10 North property features rolling topography with a managed 7 year old pine plantation growing throughout. Recreational opportunities abound both on-site (hunting, camping, etc.) and nearby with easy access to numerous rivers and lakes within 1 hour of the property. Seller is open to offers to subdivide the tract into one 10+ acre and one 20+ acre homesite. Come discover what Washington Parish has to offer!

$75,000  

·  August 16th, 2013 08:55 pm
·  36 acres

Beautiful 36 acre farm minutes from Historic "Little Washington" NC. Located in Martin County off Hwy 171, just south of Jamesville, NC, this farm has the perfect mix of tillable land and timber. For the Sportsman, you can enjoy outstanding hunting for deer, turkey and other small game, as well as some of the best freshwater fishing in the state. The property is minutes from the Pamlico river and the historic coastal town of "Little Washington" a quaint waterfront destination with fantastic shops and restaurants. The property consists of appx 16 acres of farmland and appx 20 acres of timberland and is bordered by 100 of acres of managed timber. This tract is a great agricultural investment with excellent recreational potential. If you are looking for more information on this or other land for sale in NC call BILLY MCOWEN at 252-305-6720 or visit WWW.NCLANDANDFARMS.COM

$75,000  

·  November 17th, 2012 03:32 am
·  3 acres

This 3 acre rolling hills piece in beautiful Palousse country is calling out from the deep wheat grass fields of Pullman Washington. This acreage is perfectly situated of the main road on the outskirts of this college town of Wshington State University and in the heart of Cougar Country. Great small farm, ranch and self sustaining property if done properly... for a tour call Chris Snapp today at 509.860.2456

$75,000  

·  March 29th 12:22 pm

This great 14.55 acre farm is located on Highway 48 between the town of Menlo and the City of Summerville. It is only five minutes from downtown Summerville, 17 minutes from JH Floyd State Park, 35 minutes from Rome and just an hour and 30 minutes from Atlanta. The land features rolling pastures with great short and long range views of the Chattooga County foothills, large hardwoods that offer added privacy and a year round creek that flows through the back side of the property. The property also features a small barn for storage, fencing, and a small pen making it ready for livestock. This must-see property is the perfect setting for the person looking to start their own farm. Schedule your tour today!

·  November 17th, 2012 03:33 am
·  678 acres

SHORTRIDGE RANCH on SMITH CREE The Shortridge Ranch on Smith Creek, historically known as the Shoco Ranch, is located near beautiful and historic Augusta, Montana. In the shadows of one of the most magnificent mountain features in the West - the Rocky Mountain Front and Haystack Butte, the Ranch straddles about one and a half miles of Smith Creek, one of the finest personal-sized trout streams in the area. The Ranch consists of about 678 acres of deeded land with approximately 260 acres of lush creek bottom, sub-irrigated pastures and irrigated hay meadows. The hay meadows have been leveled and are predominately flood irrigated with gated pipe. Approximately five acres are under buildings and corrals with the balance in native range land. A small 47-acre State of Montana Lease parcel located on the northeast corner of the Ranch will also convey with the sale. Modest but well-kept improvements are easily accessible just off of Highway 435. The pastures are judicially fenced to maximize grazing efficiency of the meadows and the riparian corridor. Smith Creek is fenced off with wildlife-friendly fencing protecting this prolific fishery from livestock disturbance. Owned by the Shortridge Family for over one-hundred years, the Ranch has both an historic appeal and enticing recreational amenities. Historically operated as a pure-bred Red Angus cattle operation by the Shortridge Family, the Ranch will provide its next owner an authentic, productive ranch on a great trout fishery and hunting preserve with close proximity to some of the very best outdoor recreation and beauty Montana has to offer. The Shortridge Ranch on Smith Creek conveys a genuine sense of security and privacy while living less than an hour from Great Falls.

$2,375,000  

·  August 31st, 2013 10:32 pm
·  13 acres
·  Bedrooms: 5

Beautiful five bedroom three bath like new mobile home on over 13 acres. Home overlooks a gently sloping waterfront lot on beautiful Billy's Bayou with direct access to Lake Louis. Property definitely has development potential for a marina protected from the open water of Lake Louis with several house/campsites with an additional water meter and electrical outlets. Property is used now for a home and pasture for horses with approximately half in pasture and the rest open land around the home and woods. It has excellent deer hunting with secluded woods that adjoin other woods and thousands of acres of farmland. There are plenty of oak timber for great squirrel hunting and thick cover for rabbits and other small game. Ferry bayou provides great habitat for wood ducks. The home is only a year and one half old with every added option. It has a big wood burning fireplace, custom cabinets, walk in closets in all bedrooms and a big garden tub and shower in the master bath. This property has it all: a beautiful home, pasture for horses, great hunting and some of the best fishing in the state. It is only two miles from four lane highway 15/425 and Sicily Island. And less than 30 minutes from Natchez, MS. Call Bill Crigler at 318-201-0744.

$265,000  

·  November 17th, 2012 03:31 am
·  100 acres

Barkalin Farm - Outstanding 100 +/- acre Country Estate property located just minutes to historic town of Lewisburg & Greenbrier Resort. Rolling pastures, farm pond, old growth trees & thickets of Atlantic White Cedar offer a diverse landscape and wildlife habitat. Spectacular long-range views, great building sites & city water. Barkalin Farm is more than just beautiful real estate; it comes with a great community known for its friendly residents and laidback lifestyle. The Greenbrier Valley is richly blessed with a wide array of cultural events that keep life in the valley interesting and satisfying. Several easy to build on home sites with spectacular long range views overlooking the Greenbrier Valley and distant mountains make Barkalin Farm a perfect place to develop a country estate. Climate and soils are conducive to raising grapes and apples so creating an orchard or vineyard would be a fun project. The pastures have been used for grazing cattle and horses but sheep, alpacas and lamas will also do well on the exceptional grasses that grow so well in the region. Barkalin Farm is predominately pasture land that is well suited for raising livestock. This is limestone country and the sweet soils and cool climate create the perfect mix for the grasses to thrive during the summer months. A portion of the property is also suited for the production of row crops and vegetables. Several nice garden spots are available but be sure to plant a little extra for the rabbits to enjoy. Pumpkins would do well here too. There is a farm pond already in place and several other sites would be suitable for creating additional ponds and watering troughs if so desired. For the water enthusiast, the Greenbrier River is 2 miles away at Fort Spring. The Greenbrier River is the last un-dammed river east of the Mississippi and offers a great float/canoe/kayak experience. The fishing for small mouth bass is considered excellent. Within an hour's drive are located some of the finest recreational facilities in West Virginia. Winterplace Ski Resort, whitewater rafting / fishing on the New River and Gauley River, 2000 acre Bluestone Lake, Pipestem State Park and Resort and the 80,000 acre New River National Gorge National Park. Five other area state parks and state forests offer unlimited hiking, horseback riding, ATV riding and rock climbing opportunities. Snowshoe Ski Resort is 2 hours drive through some of the most scenic country on the East Coast. The world renowned 4-Star Greenbrier Resort, home of the PGA tour, is just 20 minutes away. Several other area golf courses are available. Rock climbing, ziplining, horseback riding and the 100 + mile long Hatfield-McCoy ATV trail makes for a very active recreation area. Call today!

$399,000  

·  November 17th, 2012 03:32 am
·  910 acres
·  Bedrooms: 5

This scenic ranch is nestled in an open canyon in Sheridan County, Nebraska. Pine Creek, which is a spring-fed creek, runs the length of the main canyon and is located within 300 feet of the farmstead. The creek, which is about ten feet wide and flows approximately 18-24 inches deep year round, crosses the property in two places and is bordered on both sides by pine tree covered canyons. The pastures, varying from flat to gently rolling to a very large hill with a panoramic view of approximately 30 plus miles, are arranged to utilize the stream for watering. Those that are not watered by the stream are watered by either windmill or a pressurized system. An open meadow runs parallel to the creek and produces approximately 75 - 1,200 pound bales of hay per year. The creek and canyons are a natural draw for wildlife, with Whitetail deer, Mule deer, pheasants, turkey and grouse being plentiful. This ranch is located in the panhandle of Nebraska approximately 13 miles south of the community of Rushville along State Highway 250. The ranch contains approximately 910.68 deeded acres +/-. The site has a 2 story plus basement house with five bedrooms, 2 car detached garage, barn, open pole shed, 12' X 60' building and a 40' X 75' Butler steel building with full cement floor. Small airports are located 15 miles, 30 miles and 45 miles from the ranch. Two of these airports can handle a small jet, one has jet fuel. This ranch has much to offer and the scenery is breathtaking.

$795,000  

·  November 17th, 2012 03:32 am
·  440 acres

440 acres of prime hunting land in North Central North Dakota. Ducks, geese, grouse, doves, deer, and more. This hunting property has 10 small ponds scattered throughout, along with 100 acres of 3-8' deep cattail infested water within a larger body of water (Black Slough) owned by the government and virtually inaccessible to others. There is also 1 1/2 miles of 8 row and 2-3 miles of single row tree belts located on this property. The property has a high water table providing lush vegetation even in dry years. 380 acres of the land is enrolled in the Wetlands Reserve Program, of which approximately 250 is in a mixture of native grasses, some which get over 5' high providing excellent deer habitat. WRP land allows for periodic haying and/or grazing which generates yearly income if so desired. 60 acres consist of the building site & tillable acreage, centrally located on the south side of the 8 row tree belt providing excellent food plot area. Raising & releasing pheasant would also be a viable option on this property as the habitat is ideal. The building site has electricity and a 30' x 50' insulated shop built in 1989, which could easily be converted into a nice lodge. Also on the property is a 35' x 135' barn which would be ideal for raising pheasants or other livestock. This property is located less than 4 miles from some of the best fishing in the US. Devils Lake now ranks as one of the top five fishing lakes in the US. Another big plus is that this property is located just within the Spirit Lake Nation Indian Reservation which allows out of state hunters to purchase a reservation hunting license allowing a full season (same as locals) of hunting within the reservation borders. A Reservation license also gives hunting access to over 60,000 acres of tribal owned lands.

$440,000  

·  March 17th, 2013 05:47 am
·  3,533 acres

3533 acres /- of timberland, plantation and farmland lying astride the Florida/Alabama state line North of DeFuniak Springs, FL and East of Florala, Al. This property features some of the finest natural Longleaf Pine habitat in private hands, miles of beautiful Natural Bridge Creek, five stocked ponds, fully furnished 3,200 sq ft house converted from 19th century train depot, former stables with furnished 960 sq ft loft & large generator for house, barn and well, fully equipped maintenance shop in l building with tools & equipment, three pole barns (one with office and large walk-in cooler), four farmhouses, RV camp area with water, power and septic and all implements, farm equipment, tractors, heavy equipment, trailers/containers, ATVs & support vehicles needed for turnkey operation. This property incorporates the historic Natural Bridge Spring, a 'sink and rise' geologic formation over which Natural Bridge Road travels. This is an incredible opportunity for recreation, preservation or a business venture. Just the 19 acre parcel the spring is located on was appraised at $520,000 in 2008 when Walton County was attempting to obtain grants and funding to purchase the property for a public park. What really sets this property apart from other timberland is that most of it has been in the same family since during or shortly after the Second World War. As a result, the vast majority of the timberland has never suffered 'conventional forestry' practices where clear-cuts, shearing, raking, mass application of herbicides and planting of non-native or non-site appropriate species, etc. completely erase the Longleaf Pine Ecosystem. This is not the biological desert of endless tidy rows of planted Slash/Loblolly that industrial forestry has wrought, instead there is the rich diversity of species that is so difficult and time consuming to 'restore' once it is lost. Since the 1980's management has focused on selective thinning and prescribed fire resulting in some of the best uneven aged, natural regeneration Longleaf Pine ecosystem to be found anywhere. In site appropriate areas such as wetter soils Slash Pine is predominant. There is only one small Loblolly Pine plantation, a later addition to the property by acquiring an adjoining property that had been enrolled in the CRP previously, and a few stands of planted Slash Pine. Several Longleaf plantations are present as farm fields, pastures and acquired adjacent parcels are being restored to their natural state. This location can't be beat; other parcels may offer privacy and be removed from the troubles spilling out of urban centers but they may also be isolated from the things that make life worth living. It's only a short drive to some of the most beautiful beaches in the world found right here in Walton Co. such as Seaside and Blue Mountain and only a bit further to Destin and points west. There may be lesser properties available that offer the potential to eventually become what this property already is but it cannot be emphasized enough the time, effort and expense that will be required to fulfill such an undertaking. If you want an outstanding natural Longleaf Pine forest and are considering buying something other that just that then you should ask yourself how long you are planning to live... Acreage and mapping is approximate, using Google Earth Pro, and is to be verified by buyer at buyer's expense. One of sellers is a Florida Real Estate Broker. Because of the size of the property, vintage farmhouses, etc. included in the sale, this is an AS IS transaction with buyer responsible for verifying and inspecting all aspects and conditions of real and personal property relevant to them. Owners will consider dividing property into substantial parcels bounded by roads, state line or other practical definitions.

$12,500,000  

·  November 17th, 2012 03:31 am
·  3,533 acres
·  Bedrooms: 5

3533 acres +/- of timberland, plantation and farmland lying astride the Florida/Alabama state line North of DeFuniak Springs, FL and East of Florala, Al. This property features some of the finest natural Longleaf Pine habitat in private hands, miles of beautiful Natural Bridge Creek, five stocked ponds, fully furnished 3,200 sq ft house converted from 19th century train depot, former stables with furnished 960 sq ft loft & large generator for house, barn and well, fully equipped maintenance shop in metal building with tools & equipment, three pole barns (one with office and large walk-in cooler), four farmhouses, RV camp area with water, power and septic and all implements, farm equipment, tractors, heavy equipment, trailers/containers, ATVs & support vehicles needed for turnkey operation. This property incorporates the historic Natural Bridge Spring, a 'sink and rise' geologic formation over which Natural Bridge Road travels. This is an incredible opportunity for recreation, preservation or a business venture. Just the 19 acre parcel the spring is located on was appraised at $520,000 in 2008 when Walton County was attempting to obtain grants and funding to purchase the property for a public park. What really sets this property apart from other timberland is that most of it has been in the same family since during or shortly after the Second World War. As a result, the vast majority of the timberland has never suffered 'conventional forestry' practices where clear-cuts, shearing, raking, mass application of herbicides and planting of non-native or non-site appropriate species, etc. completely erase the Longleaf Pine Ecosystem. This is not the biological desert of endless tidy rows of planted Slash/Loblolly that industrial forestry has wrought, instead there is the rich diversity of species that is so difficult and time consuming to 'restore' once it is lost. Since the 1980's management has focused on selective thinning and prescribed fire resulting in some of the best uneven aged, natural regeneration Longleaf Pine ecosystem to be found anywhere. In site appropriate areas such as wetter soils Slash Pine is predominant. There is only one small Loblolly Pine plantation, a later addition to the property by acquiring an adjoining property that had been enrolled in the CRP previously, and a few stands of planted Slash Pine. Several Longleaf plantations are present as farm fields, pastures and acquired adjacent parcels are being restored to their natural state. This location can't be beat; other parcels may offer privacy and be removed from the troubles spilling out of urban centers but they may also be isolated from the things that make life worth living. It's only a short drive to some of the most beautiful beaches in the world found right here in Walton Co. such as Seaside and Blue Mountain and only a bit further to Destin and points west. There may be lesser properties available that offer the potential to eventually become what this property already is but it cannot be emphasized enough the time, effort and expense that will be required to fulfill such an undertaking. If you want an outstanding natural Longleaf Pine forest and are considering buying something other that just that then you should ask yourself how long you are planning to live... Acreage and mapping is approximate, using Google Earth Pro, and is to be verified by buyer at buyer's expense. One of sellers is a Florida Real Estate Broker. Because of the size of the property, vintage farmhouses, etc. included in the sale, this is an AS IS transaction with buyer responsible for verifying and inspecting all aspects and conditions of real and personal property relevant to them. Owners will consider dividing property into substantial parcels bounded by roads, state line or other practical definitions.

$12,500,000  

·  May 10th, 2013 03:02 am
·  4,080 acres

Location: The Niobrara River Ranch is located 14 miles east of Gordon, Nebraska on State Highway 20 and then 3 miles south on county gravel road. Legal Description: All in T32N-R39W of the 6th P.M., Cherry County, NE : N1/2, SE1/4 Section 10; S1/2, S1/2N1/2 Section 11; S1/2NW1/4, N1/2SW1/4 Section 12; S1/2, S1/2NW1/4, NW1/4NW1/4 Section 13; All Section 14; NE1/4, N1/2SE1/4 Section 15; All Section 23; NW1/4NE1/4, W1/2 Section 24; All Section 25. Land Use: The ranch is fenced into five large pastures and two small pastures with 5 windmills and tanks and 3 miles of river for additional water. The 3 miles of Niobrara River afford an abundance of deer, turkey and canoeing opportunities. There is a 130 acre pivot for feed production along with 120 acres of additional dryland cropland. Irrigation Information: 7 tower 130 Acre Zimmatic Pivot with lo-pressure drops, 100 HP Electric Motor, WLR Irrigation Pump. NE Well Registration #G-041828; test pumped Dec. 27, 2012 by R&L Irrigation - 700 GPM at 30 psi. Static water level 57', Well Depth 378'. Soils: The pivot is 70% Class II soils and 29.1% Class IV. There is approximately 103 acres of dryland cropland adjacent to the pivot that is Class II dryland soils. Taxed Acres: 4,080 tax assessed acres Taxes: 2012 taxes payable in 2013 are $18,013.04 Price: $2,600,000 Comments: This is an excellent grass ranch with abundant water and wildlife. There is good access with county road access on the west and the south. The center pivot is an excellent source of feed production. There are several locations for a headquarters that would provide scenic settings overlooking the Niobrara River. Contact: Mike Polk, Co-Listing Agent (308) 539-4446 Or Sonny Maddux, Co-Listing Agent (308)650-9695 Dallas Dodson, Loren Johnson, Chase Dodson, Jerry Weaver, Roger Luehrs, Tony Eggleston, Bruce Dodson, Greg Polk

$2,600,000  

·  March 17th, 2013 05:47 am
·  990 acres
·  Bedrooms: 5

990 acres /- of timberland, plantation and pasture lying astride the Florida/Alabama state line north of DeFuniak Springs, FL and east of Florala, Al. This property features some of the finest natural Longleaf Pine habitat in private hands, five stocked ponds, miles of roads for outstanding access and management, fully furnished 3,258 sq ft house converted from 19th century train depot, former stables with furnished 960 sq ft loft & large generator for house, barn and well, fully equipped maintenance shop in l building with tools & equipment, two pole barns (one with office and large walk-in cooler), two farmhouses, RV camp area with water, power and septic plus all implements, farm equipment, tractors, heavy equipment, trailers/containers, ATVs & support vehicles needed for turnkey operation, list of equipment, etc available. This location can't be beat; other parcels may offer privacy and be removed from the troubles spilling out of urban centers but they may also be isolated from the things that make life worth living. It's only a short drive to some of the most beautiful beaches in the world found right here in Walton Co. such as Seaside and Blue Mountain (http://www.visitsouthwalton.com/) and only a bit further to Destin and points west (http://www.emeraldcoastfl.com/). I can leave this secluded property and be standing on Grayton Beach in an hour, arrive at the Northwest Florida Symphony Orchestra in Niceville in 50 minutes or the international airport north of Panama City, FL in 75 minutes. You can have it all with this property, the privacy and safety you need with the recreational opportunities your family desires. What really sets this property apart from other timberland is that most of it has been in the same family since during or shortly after the Second World War. As a result, the vast majority of the timberland has never suffered 'conventional forestry' practices where clear-cuts, shearing, raking, mass application of herbicides and planting of non-native or non-site appropriate species, etc. completely erase the Longleaf Pine Ecosystem. This is not the biological desert of endless tidy rows of planted Slash/Loblolly that industrial forestry has wrought, instead there is the rich diversity of species that is so difficult and time consuming to restore once it is lost. Since the 1980's management has focused on selective thinning and prescribed fire resulting in some of the best uneven aged, natural regeneration Longleaf Pine ecosystem to be found anywhere. In site appropriate areas such as wetter soils Slash Pine is predominant. There is only one small (approximately 8 acres) Loblolly Pine plantation, a later addition to the property by acquiring an adjoining property that had been enrolled in the CRP previously, and a Slash Pine plantation of approximately 46 acres. Several Longleaf Pine plantations are present as farm fields, pastures and acquired adjacent parcels are being restored to their natural state. Timber cruise just completed, volume information available upon request. Will consider trades for SW Florida waterfront property. Acreage and mapping is approximate, using Google Earth Pro, and is to be verified by buyer at buyer's expense. One of sellers is a Florida Real Estate Broker. This is an AS IS transaction with buyer responsible for verifying and inspecting all aspects and conditions of real and personal property.

$3,000,000  

·  November 17th, 2012 03:31 am
·  990 acres
·  Bedrooms: 5

990 acres +/- of timberland, plantation and pasture lying astride the Florida/Alabama state line north of DeFuniak Springs, FL and east of Florala, Al. This property features some of the finest natural Longleaf Pine habitat in private hands, five stocked ponds, miles of roads for outstanding access and management, fully furnished 3,258 sq ft house converted from 19th century train depot, former stables with furnished 960 sq ft loft & large generator for house, barn and well, fully equipped maintenance shop in metal building with tools & equipment, two pole barns (one with office and large walk-in cooler), two farmhouses, RV camp area with water, power and septic plus all implements, farm equipment, tractors, heavy equipment, trailers/containers, ATVs & support vehicles needed for turnkey operation, list of equipment, etc available. This location can't be beat; other parcels may offer privacy and be removed from the troubles spilling out of urban centers but they may also be isolated from the things that make life worth living. It's only a short drive to some of the most beautiful beaches in the world found right here in Walton Co. such as Seaside and Blue Mountain (http://www.visitsouthwalton.com/) and only a bit further to Destin and points west (http://www.emeraldcoastfl.com/). I can leave this secluded property and be standing on Grayton Beach in an hour, arrive at the Northwest Florida Symphony Orchestra in Niceville in 50 minutes or the international airport north of Panama City, FL in 75 minutes. You can have it all with this property, the privacy and safety you need with the recreational opportunities your family desires. What really sets this property apart from other timberland is that most of it has been in the same family since during or shortly after the Second World War. As a result, the vast majority of the timberland has never suffered 'conventional forestry' practices where clear-cuts, shearing, raking, mass application of herbicides and planting of non-native or non-site appropriate species, etc. completely erase the Longleaf Pine Ecosystem. This is not the biological desert of endless tidy rows of planted Slash/Loblolly that industrial forestry has wrought, instead there is the rich diversity of species that is so difficult and time consuming to restore once it is lost. Since the 1980's management has focused on selective thinning and prescribed fire resulting in some of the best uneven aged, natural regeneration Longleaf Pine ecosystem to be found anywhere. In site appropriate areas such as wetter soils Slash Pine is predominant. There is only one small (approximately 8 acres) Loblolly Pine plantation, a later addition to the property by acquiring an adjoining property that had been enrolled in the CRP previously, and a Slash Pine plantation of approximately 46 acres. Several Longleaf Pine plantations are present as farm fields, pastures and acquired adjacent parcels are being restored to their natural state. Timber cruise just completed, volume information available upon request. Will consider trades for SW Florida waterfront property. Acreage and mapping is approximate, using Google Earth Pro, and is to be verified by buyer at buyer's expense. One of sellers is a Florida Real Estate Broker. This is an AS IS transaction with buyer responsible for verifying and inspecting all aspects and conditions of real and personal property.

$3,000,000  

·  June 1st, 2013 06:05 am
·  431 acres

Location: Locate just outside Marlin in Falls County, Flying S Ranch is 2 hours from DFW, 30 minutes to Waco, 1 hour to College Station. Only 3 miles from Hwy 6, there are 1.2 miles of paved road frontage on State Hwy 7 with 4 entry gates to ranch. Land: Beautiful, rolling terrain is 97% open with numerous large pecan trees, oak and other species dotting the ranch throughout. Established coastal Bermuda in a combination of sandy loam and clay loam provides for excellent grazing and hay production. Ranch is currently under grazing lease until 6/1/2013. Property has a nice footprint with Hwy 7 as the north and east border and Big Creek as the southeast border. Surrounding properties are clean and uncluttered. Water: Rural water supplies the home. There are no wells on property. Five ponds, one could be considered a small lake, are strategically positioned in 5 crossed fences pastures to provide adequate water for livestock. Cedar Creek meanders on the lower portion of the property. Over 1.3 miles of Big Creek forms the southeast border of Flying S Ranch. The opportunity exists to increase the size of the ponds as well as to create a lake or duck marsh on the south pasture. Improvements: Custom built in 2002, the 4400 square foot home has 3 large bedrooms, 2 1/2 baths, attached 2 car garage and a metal roof. It features a large den with high ceilings, a loft, a wood burning fireplace, home office, formal dining room, a kitchen with walk in pantry and tons of storage. Unique to the home is an elevator and an indoor accessible under ground storm shelter. There is a metal barn with attached pipe working pens with loading chute and is also accessible from gate on Hwy 7. Perimeter and cross fencing is good however interior cross fence gates need work. Wildlife/Hunting: Even though the property is 97% open there are ample opportunities for whitetail deer, wild hogs, coyotes and bobcats along the wooded area along Big Creek. Perfect for food plots to draw in wildlife from heavily wooded area across the creek. Dove hunting is a given around the ponds. Ducks also inhabit Cedar Creek and the potential to create additional duck habitat is strong. Fishing for bass is great in most of the ponds and small lake. Minerals: Seller believes they own most of the minerals on the property and is willing to convey 50% of what they own with an acceptable offer. No Fences Land Company makes no claims as to the amount of minerals Seller owns. Exemptions: Property is under an agricultural exemption. Taxes: $5100 per year Property Summary: Beautiful rolling terrain with fertile soils, crossed fenced coastal Bermuda pastures and a barn with working pens, makes Flying S Ranch the perfect ranch for a cow or horse operation. Add a custom built home, plenty of ground water, hunting and fishing opportunities and the fact that it is only 1-1/2 hours from Dallas and 30 minutes from Waco and you have the makings of a great Texas ranch! If this is the lifestyle you have been looking for, stop dreaming about it and take the time to tour Flying S Ranch!

$1,278,938  

·  November 17th, 2012 03:30 am
·  4,286 acres
·  Bedrooms: 3

Agua Dulce Ranch is available in its entirety or in 2 tracts of approximately 3200 acres and 1086 acres. It is located in the transition zone between the South Texas Brush Country and the Texas Hill Country. The 3200 acres has an old hunting cabin, older barn and 3 wells, and the 1086 acres has a beautiful furnished lodge, 2 wells, field and barn. (Survey of tracts has not been done, so acreages are variable.) LOCATION & ACCESS: Located on Highway 334, only 40 minutes north of Uvalde which is home to a hospital, an airport and two college campuses; 15 minutes east of Brackettville and historic Fort Clark Springs; and 45 minutes to Del Rio which is home to Del Rio International Airport, beautiful Lake Amistad, numerous restaurants and hotels and a hospital. HUNTING: Being in the transition zone, Agua Dulce Ranch is conducive to all native species including South Texas Whitetail Deer, Rio Grande Turkeys, Javelina, Mourning and White-Winged Dove, and Bobwhite Quail. Some of the State's largest whitetail bucks have been harvested in this area. HOUSE/LODGE: Beautiful 3 bedroom (one of which is a bunkroom) 3 bath 1900-square-foot +/- rock, Spanish style home nestled amongst a grove of tall liveoaks. The house has: a wrap-around porch, tile roof, tile and wood floors, rock fireplace, granite countertops and pressed tin ceiling in the kitchen. The home is fully furnished with an elegant ranch decor, including a hand made cypress bed, a set of hand painted dishes from Africa and numerous antiques. OTHER IMPROVEMENTS: ** 4500-square-foot +/- metal building/garage attached to the home--equipped with automatic doors, this garage will accommodate all your high-rise hunting vehicles ** game fence around majority of perimeter--lacks approximately 2.5 miles along the north side to be fully high fenced ** hunting blinds and feeders, including 10 Remington feeders ** 150 acre oat field just below the house--the deer love it! **large barn ** small hunting cabin and older barn WATER: Five water wells, all with submersible pumps, two of which are solar powered, provide sweet water to all parts of the ranch. Two stone tanks and two ponds. VEGETATION AND TERAIN: The ranch gets its Hill Country look from the large groves of liveoak trees, cedar, persimmon and agarita. South Texas brush includes mesquite, blackbrush, catclaw and guajillo. Elevations ranging from 1350' to 1575' offer spectacular views of Grass Valley, Salmon Peak, Turkey Moutain and Las Mores Mountain. The topography ranges from relatively flat fertile grassy land covered with mesquite and liveoak to rugged hills. The hills/mountains in this area have a look that is reminiscent of West Texas. MINERAL RIGHTS: There is a percentage that is negotiable. TAXES: Ranch has the 1-D-1 agricultural use exemption. PRICE: $6,214,700.00 ($1450/ac). If sold in two tracts, the acreage with the lodge will be priced at $1895/acre and the remaining acreage will be priced at $1295/acre. PERRY BUSHONG REAL ESTATE ~an experienced ranching and real estate family~ DISCLOSURE: In 2001, the Texas Animal Health Commission reported that cases of anthrax were reported within a triangle area extending from Uvalde to Eagle Pass to Ozona and this ranch lies within the area of that triangle.

$6,214,700  

·  September 7th, 2013 06:23 am
·  655 acres

Givens Road (FM 1719) Country Estate State: Texas Region: Texas Panhandle County: Potter Property Type: Native Grass & Improvements Acres: 655.2 acres more or less Price: $1,625,000.00 Taxes: Approximately $1,878.40 annually Location: 4 miles North of Loop 335 on Western St. to Givens Rd. & 1 mile East or 4 miles North of Loop 335 on Hwy 287 to Givens Rd. & 1 mile West Let's look at this really nice property located in the north edge of Amarillo, Texas just far enough out to be "in the country" and yet with easy access back into Amarillo, Texas. Improvements and information on the property are as follows: 1. A 2,000 sq. ft. +/- owner's home, Circa early 1900's in good condition as follows: a.)Two living areas b.)Fireplace c.)Three bedroom/two bath d.)Dining room e.)Central Heat/Air conditioning (gas-fired central heat and air conditioning unit approximately one year old - gas fired water heater) f.)Solid masonry walls (which provide excellent insulation) in the older part of home with wood frame construction and stucco exterior on the later addition. g.)Single unattached garage 2.In the back yard of the residence is a small Quonset-type steel hut which houses the entrance to a finished storm/bomb shelter with electricity and equipped with an air filter, a hand-cranked air pump and an escape hatch. 3.A 30X40 A&S steel, straight-wall barn/shop is located immediately east of the single car garage and doubles as additional garage space for indoor parking with a power operated roll-up door and a walk-door in the front plus a manual roll-up door in the back. 4.An insulated box-car in excellent condition and which is wired for electricity is located behind the barn/shop. 5.There are two, 1,000 gallon propane tanks on the property. One is rigged for pumping gasoline utilizing air pressure. One is for water storage on site or for loading on a truck or trailer, etc. for water transport. 6.In back of the residence is a regulation 16 to 27 yard trap field with five walks and an electronically powered Western trap throwing machine. The Tiernan quail feeder and the iron pistol targets are excluded from the sale and will be removed by Seller. 7.The livestock handling facilities consist of the following: a.)Steel pens are tall (4 in. steel posts with 1 1/4 in. heavy pipe rails) with four large pens, a sorting alley and a crowding alley with cutting gates and "Cottula" barrel. b.)A Trojan hydraulic working chute. c.)A permanent loading/unloading chute. d.)An above-ground Fairbanks-Morse platform scale. e.)Two dry-van bodies sitting on concrete slabs. f.)Two drinking tubs with floats furnish water for the pens, a large sorting/water lot in front of the pens and a large holding lot behind the barns. g.)A refrigerated box car is used for a saddle house which is equipped with electricity. h.)An above ground Reed, cone-bottom, metal tank for grain storage. i.)An overhead two-bay cake bin with 44,000 lb. capacity. j.)A large 16 ft. hay manger/rack on skids. 8.Water is supplied to the property as follows: a.)A new well was drilled and equipped by Curry Drilling-Canyon, Texas last year and tied in with the existing well, both situated near the residence. Both wells pump into a 7,000 gallon +/- upright, Mur-Tex fiberglass, storage tank which supplies water for the residence and which over-flows into a large, metal upright, open-top tank which supplies water to the corrals. b.)Near the cent

$1,625,000  

·  November 17th, 2012 03:32 am
·  127 acres

Located in Bondurant, Wyoming, is the Historic Dell Fork Ranch. With a population of 100 residents, this small town is the closest true ranching community to the Jackson Hole resort area. The ranch is conveniently located one mile off Highway 189/191 via one half-mile of county road and one half-mile of private ranch road. Considered one of the finest high-end resort communities in the country, Jackson Hole is a short 30 miles from the ranch. In addition to being the gateway to Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks, Jackson provides everything a world-class resort community needs. Amenities include a full-service airport, state of the art medical facilities, excellent cuisine and lodging, art galleries including the National Museum of Wildlife Art, summer concerts, world-class trout fishing, rafting and one of the largest contiguous tracts of national parks, forest and wildlife management areas in the country. Teton Village is home to the Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, a world-class alpine ski facility with over 2,500 acres of inbound skiable terrain, which also boasts the greatest continuous rise of any ski resort in the United States with approximately 4,200 vertical feet. The restored buildings now include a 1,850 sqft main house complete with a large picture frame window outlining the dramatic Gros Ventre Mountain Range in the living room, kitchen, dining area, utility and laundry room, three bedrooms and two full baths. External features added include a library or entertainment center, a green house and a large redwood deck sheltered from the wind with Plexiglas panels. Perhaps the most remarkable and exciting restoration project combines the most primitive 14' x 18' cabin. Five people once lived in this cabin under a sod roof with a springhouse, which was used for food storage. The result is Ten Sleep, a 396 sqft bedroom and bath cabin. This quaint retreat has prompted more than one overnight guest to purchase a place in Bondurant. The Historic Dell Fork Ranch is an angler's paradise offering multiple onsite options on approximately two miles of private spring-fed fisheries. Dell Creek ribbons its way through miles of forest service lands from its inception well above 8,000 feet elevation in the backcountry solitude of the Gros Ventre Range. Once on the ranch, the creek takes on the character of an idyllic meadow fishery as it meanders through hay ground and bends in the shadow of the adjacent snow-covered peaks before eventually merging with the Hoback River a few hundred yards downstream from the ranch. The close proximity to this confluence with the Hoback River causes spawning fish to reside in summer and fall in the gravel bars and holding water of Dell Creek before dropping back to the Hoback and eventually the Snake River. Dell Creek is the classic trout water every wade fisherman desires. From its deep slots and undercut banks lined with lush vegetation and healthy willows, to its classic riffle-run-pool dynamic, Dell Creek provides an excellent trout habitat. Due to an abundance of food sources such as mayflies, caddis, stoneflies and mysis shrimp, the trout inhabiting the deepest holes average 14-18 inches in length, with a few bigger ones from time to time. Due to its vast water resources and proximity to the immense backcountry habitat of the Bridger-Teton National Forest, the Dell Fork Ranch enjoys a host of wild visitors. During various times of the year, one can expect to see any number of the area's native wildlife including antelope, Mule deer, moose, elk, Grizzly and Black bears and wolves. For the birding enthusiast, the ranch is home to an array of species including two Bald eagles that are currently nesting, Golden eagles, kestrels, osprey, Redtail and Swainson's hawks, bug-consuming tree and barn swallows, Cinnamon teal, Great Blue herons, Sandhill cranes, killdeers, snipes, Yellow warblers, mallards, baldpates, Canada geese, Sage and Blue grouse, Western

$3,150,000  

·  May 30th, 2013 07:18 am
·  3 acres
·  Bedrooms: 5

Chet's Camps located on Big Lake in the Grand Lake Stream Region of Down East Maine. The region offers internationally known fishing opportunities while supporting outstanding grouse and bear populations along with some of the biggest deer taken in Maine. The camps are well equipped facilities offering educational, business conferences or retreats. The lakes in the region offer salmon, small mouth bass, togue, perch, and pickerel. There are 52 islands and 105 miles of shoreline in the area offering some of the most spectacular conservation land scenery one can experience. Observe the natural habitat of moose, bear, deer, fox, eagles and other wildlife while exploring the area by foot or via the recreational trails at your doorstep. The camps are in meticulous condition and come fully furnished for all your housekeeping & recreational needs. The five cabins have their own screened porches, docks, satellite television plus wireless internet. The lifestyle at Chet's Camps will open the door to meeting some of the finest folks along with adventures of a lifetime in nature with folks who have the same passions for the outdoors in this great State of Maine. Come visit you will not be disappointed!

$995,000  

·  May 30th, 2013 07:17 am
·  5 acres

COMMUTERS! FARM WOODS W/STREAM $500 DN LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION, PLUS LOW PRICE. Strasburg, VA - Named one of the 50 best small towns in the U.S. Five-acre woodsy home site with stream, near everything - I66, 81, college, university, shopping malls, jet airport, gourmet restaurants, live theater, Front Royal, Winchester, Middletown, 4-state medical center. Perfect location out in the country for commuters, retirees, and those seeking relocation from city life. Joins cattle farm for extra privacy and safety. Possible use of farm airstrip for pilots. Walk to small lake to fish, canoe, swim. Upscale area of large homes. 45% below market. Was $125,000; now $65,000. Min terms: $500 dn. $1,500 @ closing, $377.72 mo., 30 yr. amort. w/3yr balloon Gated area! Contact B.K. Haynes 540-622-7222 to view property.

$65,000  

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