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5,000 acres Morgan, UT $18,000,000

5,000 acres Morgan, UT

Morgan County Floyd Hatch Intermountain Realty Group/Sports Afield Trophy Properties

Type: Acreage w/House 8 Beds | 10 Baths

This beautiful 5,000 acre hunting ranch situated in northeastern Utah is located 35 miles from Salt Lake City over Big Mountain pass during the summer and 60 miles from Salt Lake City via either I-80 or I-84 during the winter. It is bordered by Highway 66 to the north, and large private properties to the east, south, and west. East Canyon Creek (which runs through the property) is a well-known fly-fishing stream with abundant brown trout reaching 19 inches in length. Moose, elk, mule deer, mountain lion, bobcat, turkey, ruffed and blue grouse, hungarian partridge, chukar, quail, and waterfowl can also be found on the property. Each of these species with the exception of moose, mountain lion, and turkey can be hunted during regular hunting seasons with over the counter big/small game hunting licenses and appropriate tags. The others require permits obtained through annual drawings. However, special consideration is given to the owner. Successful hunts in 2007-08 included elk, deer, mountain lion, bobcat, turkey, grouse, and fish. A 6,000 squarefoot 6-bay garage (two stories) was completed in 2007. The interior is not yet finished. Landscaping includes 2 stone decks, a stream which surrounds the lodge, sprinkler irrigation, and a stocked fishing pond. Utilities include electricity, propane, drainfield septic tank, and fresh water from two wells. A satellite dish provides phone, television, and internet. The offering price of the Lazy H Ranch is $17,000,000 (cash). Any offer must be accompanied by an earnest money deposit check in the amount of 2.5% of the Buyer's offering price. Each offer must be accompanied with the name and telephone number of the banker.

4,000 acres Vernal, UT $13,000,000

4,000 acres Vernal, UT

Uintah County Nick Richins

Type: Acreage w/House 3 Beds | 4 Baths | 5000 SqFt

Secluded mountain valley with picturesque views of ponderosa pines, quaking aspen, cedars, and wildlife. 4,000 acres with decreed water rights, grazing pasture, 7 pivots, BLM grazing permits, and borders Forest & BLM lands. Majestic log home, ranch-hand housing, foaling barn, hay shed, and farm equipment.

874 acres Moab, UT $6,605,000

874 acres Moab, UT

Grand County Floyd Hatch Intermountain Realty Group/Sports Afield Trophy Properties

Type: Lake House

The South Mesa Ranch is a collection of 3 parcels (with 1 cabin) that comprise most of the privately held acreage on the South Mesa of the La Sal Mountains near Moab, Utah. This 874 acre parcel is surrounded by either BLM (west) or Forest Service (east) acreage for many miles in each direction. An 87 acre parcel, formerly a part of this assemblage and called the Hardy Ranch, closed in December 2013. It should be noted that each parcel, Farnsworth, Markle and Williams are listed separately and can be independently sold. However, there would be some advantages for a Buyer willing to pursue the entire package. First, most of the traffic to the 3 parcels enters at or near the Farnsworth gate. Next, the Farnsworth parcel controls most of the area water with the exception of individual springs found on the remaining parcels. Last, most of the hunting and agricultural activity takes place on the Farnsworth parcel causing the need for an 8 foot high field fence to be built by the Utah Division of Natural Resources to keep elk from entering and damaging its alfalfa fields. In addition to agriculture, hunting, and fishing potential, this property could be developed into a destination resort or a year round Bed and Breakfast property feeding off the widespread recreation that the Moab, Utah area is known for. Visitors could hike, ride horses, ride mountain bikes, 4 wheel, raft on nearby rivers, and visit several National Parks. The LaSal Mountains house abundant game including goat, elk, mule deer, cougar, bear, turkey, grouse, and trout. Elk and deer tags can be drawn in the annual draw in this limited entry elk/deer area or may be drawn by those with lifetime Utah licenses (deer).

553.2 acres Moab, UT $5,000,000

553.2 acres Moab, UT

Grand County Floyd Hatch Intermountain Realty Group/Sports Afield Trophy Properties

Type: Acreage w/House 3 Beds | 1 Bath | 430 SqFt

The Farnsworth Ranch is truly one of a kind! It sits on the west slope of the La Sal Mountains overlooking historic Moab, Utah. It was homesteaded in 1900 and has only been owned by 4 families. A 610 sq. ft. home serves as a summer cabin and hunting lodge. Private water rights and a pond (stocked with trout) provide the needed irrigation to support alfalfa, crops, and an orchard. This parcel is best known for the elk and deer that enjoyed the alfalfa before the installation of 4 miles of field fence around the perimeter of the property. The owners often counted close to 400 elk at one time in their fields, before the installation of the fence. They could be encouraged to return! The owner intends to retain all of the farming, ranching, and irrigation related equipment that is in use on the ranch. The Farnsworth Ranch, Hardy Ranch, Markle Property and Williams Property total approximately 960 acres and would be a wonderful assemblage for individuals and families who hunt, fish, ranch and recreate. They could be developed into a destination resort or a world class Bed and Breakfast establishment which would feed off of the nearby state and national parks.

185.38 acres Wellsville, UT $4,171,000

185.38 acres Wellsville, UT

Cache County Brent Parker Dwell Realty Group

Type: Acreage

Beautiful views of Cache Valley and the Wellsville Mountains. Excellent development potential. 185.38 acres. Can be divided. Located in popular area of Maple Rise. Borders the national forest with trail accessing Cold Water Lake. Five natural springs. Buyer to verify all information.

2,414.16 acres Cove, UT $3,720,000

2,414.16 acres Cove, UT

Cache County Brent Parker Dwell Realty Group

Type: Acreage w/House 4 Beds | 2.5 Baths | 3 SqFt

Great recreational property with all types of wildlife, large elk and deer herds, trophy hunting, snowmobiling and horse riding opportunities at your doorstep. 2,414.16 acres of agricultural and forest land with a 3,010 sq foot cabin. Year around spring providing culinary water. Land stretches from Cove to the Utah/Idaho border, located up the High Creek Canyon. Power and gas run along High Creek Road and power runs to the cabin up Praters Hollow Canyon. High Creek runs year around and traverses through the property. A camp site area with restrooms, picnic tables, firepits, and amphitheater.

379.88 acres Wellsville, UT $3,000,000

379.88 acres Wellsville, UT

Cache County Brent Parker Dwell Realty Group

Type: Acreage

Beautiful private estate and/or development, nestled against the maple covered foothills of Cache Valley. Excellent property to develop. Large irrigation well. Could supply many homes. Equestrian dream. Close proximity to Highway 89/91 and I-15 access. Buyer to verify all information.

680 acres Mount Carmel, UT $2,999,000

680 acres Mount Carmel, UT

Kane County Floyd Hatch Intermountain Realty Group/Sports Afield Trophy Properties

Type: Acreage w/House

Horseback, hike, or ATV through a diversity of landscapes, from narrow grassy valleys, to quiet wooded areas, and from rugged canyons, to high, open hilltops. The property has a small cabin with a generator and propane tank, as well as a propane refrigerator, and wood stove. Enjoy the tall ponderosa pines, aspen groves, sweeping views, several small springs, a small pond, several wallows, miles of graded ATV trails, and a variety of wildlife including elk, deer, turkey, lion, coyote, and even an occasional bear. The Utah Division of Wildlife Resources issues one deer tag each year. With a holding pen and loading ramp near the gate, East Zion Ranch is fenced where the terrain requires it and can be used to graze 50 pair of cattle.

3,305 acres Helper, UT $2,977,475

3,305 acres Helper, UT

Carbon County Floyd Hatch Intermountain Realty Group/Sports Afield Trophy Properties

Type: Acreage w/House

More than 6,000 people once worked and lived close to this area in what it now its ghost towns and coal mine ruins. Visitors love to snowmobile, cross country ski, hike, horseback ride, camp, 4 wheel and observe wildlife. There is a 6,000 sq ft garage with a 1,500 loft that is approximately 25% finished that will be helpful in storing ranch and recreational gear. A cattle herd spends its summer on the ranch preserving the agricultural tax status. There is marketable timber and springs found throughout the property to water the livestock and game. Mule deer bucks scoring in the high 100s and a bull elk which scored 395 have been harvested on the property. Cougar, bear, turkey, and ruffed grouse are also found on the property. The ranch controls access to more than 10,000 acres of state, BLM, and Forest Service land. The owner negotiated a conservation easement with the DWR when the ground was purchased in 2002. A right of first refusal within the conservation agreement has been waived off by the DWR and will not affect the Buyer. Buck and bull tags are available through the annual draw in this limited entry unit (elk) or they may be drawn by those with Utah lifetime hunting licenses (deer). Cougar, bear, and turkey tags may be drawn. Cow elk hunting with depredation elk tags made available by the DWR has become a successful hunting activity. The ranch is a popular place for shed horn hunters. There is no fishing.

80 acres Talmage, UT $2,200,000

80 acres Talmage, UT

Duchesne County Seth Hayden Hayden Outdoors-Wyoming

Type: Acreage w/House

Rock Creek has always been known for a stretch of river closed off for many miles by the Ute Indian Tribe. The name Rock Creek is misleading indeed, for this is most definitely not a creek. This is a shallow river that is wide with a strong current. There are deep holes at every twist and turn. This premier blue ribbon trout fishery is especially fantastic along a four mile section in the middle of this property, yielding a thriving, large population of 8-12 lb. Rainbow and German Brown Trout. This property has the only private access to fish this part of an incredibly scenic and isolated canyon. This is a one of a kind! The Ute Tribe also stocks the river regularly across the river from this location.Old growth pinion and juniper forest dotted with sage cover the entire property, but especially so on the high, East rim and one mile East from the county road. From here East, are irrigate hayfields for many miles into a rolling lush-hay farming community. Many small bands of mule deer frequent the surrounding area and during the fall, the bucks pull back into the forest on the rim of the property and the bigger bucks go off the rim and bed down in the high ledge rock above the river. There is not a safer, more desirable habitat for the wisest and biggest of mule deer bucks anywhere for many miles around. Additional hunting acreage behind this locked access is also a possibility.You would not normally view this 80 acre property as a place to hunt elk, but unique circumstances deem it quite the opposite. The Ute Indian lands on the West side of the listed property and miles to the West, contain one of the largest herds of elk in the Northeastern Utah. The early tribal hunts that proceed the Utah State elk hunt, drive elusive bull elk to cross the river onto the listed property and gain access to the same steep ledges that the wisest of bucks occupy. There are few places for elk to cross the river because of steep cliffs. This property access from the West by elk leaving protected Indian lands.The history of Rock Creek is very rich in the earliest cultures of conquest for riches and expansion; the Spanish. Early stone carvings indicate 1650 when they first arrived in Northern Utah. Rock Creek was the site of one of their earliest church missions and there are many books and testimonials of early immigrants who found evidence of that early occupation. Bronze church mission bells, Spanish helmets and swords and many other artifacts have been documented from this area in Rock Creek. The most credible history comes from testimony of Ute Indians themselves who maintained an oral history of that earlier time and substantiate the cruel occupation of Spanish conquest for gold.

1,000 acres Helper, UT $1,750,000

1,000 acres Helper, UT

Carbon County Floyd Hatch Intermountain Realty Group/Sports Afield Trophy Properties

Type: Acreage

Beaver Creek Ranch, a beautiful hunting and recreational property is located 7 miles northwest of Helper, Utah and 6 miles east of Scofield Reservoir. It sits adjacent to the 3,300 acre Spring Canyon Ranch which when assembled together, would create a 4,300 acre hunting/recreational parcel. Bull elk and buck deer can be hunted on the property in addition to mountain lion, bear, coyote, turkey and grouse. Buck and bull tags are available through the annual draw in this limited entry unit (elk) or they may be drawn by those with Utah lifetime hunting licenses. Cow elk may be taken with DWR depredation tags. There is no fishing on the property itself but a beautiful reservoir is just a few minutes away. Visitors can also snowmobile, cross country ski, hike, ride horses, camp and ride 4 wheelers. This property is located "at the end of its access road" which should reduce the number of trespassers. This is a must see when the snow melts and vehicles have access in the spring. There are no structures on the property.

645.5 acres Henrieville, UT $1,500,000

645.5 acres Henrieville, UT

Garfield County Jesse Brown Utah South Real Estate

Type: Acreage

This incredible property is truly a once in a lifetime opportunity. Many unique natural features and located in one of the most beautiful areas of the world. This is the most inexpensive land with water in the state. Garfield county is consists of 3-4% privately held land. Upon purchase you would become one of the largest land owners in the county. The county is development friendly and has expressed interest in a wide range of projects for the property. Including a golf resort, master planned community, learning center/conference center, corporate retreat, ranch, or farm. Capitalize on the millions of tourists visiting the many national parks in the area, Bryce Canyon is about 15 minutes away, Zion, Capital Reef, Kodachrome Basin, Escalante National Monument.

781 acres Manila, UT $1,495,000

781 acres Manila, UT

Daggett County Swan Land Company Swan Land Company

Type: Acreage

Birch Springs Ranch Premium Utah Irrigated Farm Ground Minutes from Wyoming's Flaming Gorge Reservoir The Birch Springs Ranch, located on Utah Highway 43, is about 2 miles west of Flaming Gorge National Recreation Area and the town of Manila, the County seat of Daggett County. Seventeen years ago, in 1996, Robin May, an entrepreneur from Rock Springs, Wyoming purchased the 385-acre Birch Springs Ranch. Several years later he purchased the adjacent Ranch consisting of about 396 acres, creating the current 781 deeded acres. Over the years Mr. May significantly improved both properties in many ways. Perhaps the most significant improvement was converting all of the flood irrigation to more efficient gravity-pressurized wheel-line sprinklers. In addition, he added a solid one-bedroom home with a loft along with a modern shop, a large spring-irrigated garden and small orchard. Interior roadways and cross fences were improved and over twenty tons of accumulated scrap and dilapidated structures were removed. Now retired and ready to scale back, Mr. May has made the decision to sell all or part of the Ranch. PLEASE CONTACT LISTING BROKER SAM SANDERS, SALT LAKE CITY 801.694.2092

60 acres Manti, UT $1,299,000

60 acres Manti, UT

Sanpete County Floyd Hatch Intermountain Realty Group/Sports Afield Trophy Properties

Type: Acreage w/House 6 Beds | 4 Baths

This is a turnkey farming operation complete with an elegant six-bedroom, three and a half bathroom home. The Hollow Creek Ranch sits on a quiet country lane on the outskirts of Manti and is undisturbed from the sights and sounds of the city. Here, one can enjoy country living at its finest. Hollow Creek Ranch is primarily a small hay production / equestrian property yielding five tons of hay per acre over three cuttings (rotated out with grains). The property comes with 40 B shares of water from the Manti Irrigation Company. A 16-inch well provides ample water for three cuttings of hay and livestock. The irrigation system includes wheel lines for hay pasture along with sprinklers and drip lines for the gardens, orchard, horse pasture and yard. There is a small apple orchard adjacent to the residence. The current owners use the space to grow strawberries, raspberries, and a variety of vegetables. The ranch residence is 4,600 square feet and every bedroom on the main level boasts beautiful views of the nearby Manti Temple. There is no shortage of space for large family gatherings and parties. An attached two car garage and a second detached garage/workshop provide ample space to store vehicles, tools, and equipment. The horse pasture area of the property includes a 32' x 50' barn for storing horse tack and other farm implements. Adjacent to the barn is a horse stable replete with a year-round watering system that provides shelter and shade for horses. There is also a covered area to store hay.

10.39 acres Lehi, UT $1,299,000

10.39 acres Lehi, UT

Utah County Scott W. Pace Farm & Ranch Realty Network - Pace Texas Longhorns

Type: Acreage w/House 4 Beds | 3 Baths | 2572 SqFt

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