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Elk Haven at Soldier Summit

Soldier Summit, UT

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2500 Acres

$1,989,000

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Elk Haven at Soldier Summit is your opportunity to invest in and enjoy 2500 acres of serene mountain ground within an hour of Provo, Utah and two hours of Salt Lake City. Fabulous hunting, grazing and recreational opportunities await the next owner. Elk Haven at Soldier Summit features plenty of forage-rich terrain for grazing and plenty of stock watering rights. In addition to stockwater, the property comes with 70 acre-feet of irrigation and domestic well water. This is significant since water in this district is closed to new appropriations. Terrain features timbered canyons and secluded meadows and parks. Thick alpine forest and dense aspen stands provide refuge for resident wildlife. The Ranch also features significant frontage to Soldier Creek and its tributaries. A healthy stock of elk move across the mountain, including some excellent bulls. The property is located within the Wasatch Mountains Elk Unit, allowing the owner to buy spike elk tags over the counter. Bull tags are obtained through a limited entry drawing. Mule deer also thrive on the property, and annual buck tags are available to the owner. There simply aren't many properties on the market with abundant water, power, year-round access, and proximity to established urban areas. This listing has already received a great deal of attention, and we don't believe it will be available through the end of the year. Download a detailed marketing package below and schedule a private tour today! Serious inquiries only, please.

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Round Valley Ranch

Laketown , UT

15 Acres

$495,000

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This serene ranchette sits in the beautiful Round Valley, minutes from the turquoise-blue waters of Bear Lake. Surrounded by one of the most iconic recreational Meccas in Utah and Idaho, here one can experience starry nights, crisp mountain air and outdoor adventure, without sacrificing modern day convenience. Escape the city and explore this rare combination of ranching and recreational possibility. The Ranchette is located 122 miles north of Salt Lake City International Airport on the Idaho border in Laketown, UT. The property address is 1208 Southeast Round Valley Road, Laketown, UT 84038. Travel time from Salt Lake is approximately two hours via Interstate 15 northbound and merging onto Highway 89 in Brigham City through Logan Canyon. The property is accessible year round. A small home and outbuildings occupy 5 acres and the remaining 10 acres are irrigated. Agricultural zoning allows a building density of 1 unit per 5 acres. The neighbor just built on 1 acre so approval for a higher density is doable! Gravity flow natural spring water provides more than enough water to meet both culinary and agricultural needs. The value is in the land but there are some nice improvements which include: 900 SF 3 bed 1 bath house 1,200 SF heated and insulated shop 2,880 SF barn with sliding doors 750 SF horse corral.

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Weber River Ranch

Peoa, Utah

8 Acres

$993,000

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This ultra private, one-of-a-kind property boasts 8 flat acres with substantial frontage on the trout-filled Weber River. Build your dream home among the towering Cottonwoods and the tranquility of the river. With plenty of space for your horses, stables or a riding arena, the possibilities are endless. The property already has power, septic tank, and a well permit. This pristine parcel is accessible year-round and is only 15 minutes from Park City's Historic Main Street, Deer Valley, Park City Mountain Resort, and the Canyons for boutique shopping and exquisite dining. Easy 30-minute drive to Salt Lake City's International Airport. This is the epitome of prime real estate! Schedule a private showing today and don't forget to bring your fly rod! Serious inquiries only, please.

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Rock Creek Fishing Retreat

Talmage, Utah

70 Acres

$775,000

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ROCK CREEK FISHING RETREAT represents a rare opportunity to own one of only five private parcels along the isolated twenty four mile stretch of Rock Creek as it flows from the High Uinta Mountains, through sacred Ute Tribal Lands to its confluence with the Duchesne River. The part of Rock Creek that borders this property is deeply entrenched in Tribal Lands and is arguably the most remote and inaccessible section of the entire stream. The owner enjoys the only private access to fish this stretch known for its thriving population of HUGE BROWN TROUT, some over 5 lbs! An exhilarating ride down a private ATV trail (with 14-switch backs) drops you into the stunning isolated canyon 600 feet below. There among the towering cottonwoods, an angler can work the bends and undercut banks of Rock Creek for weeks without seeing another soul. The land here is considered sacred due to its rich history. Rock Creek is the setting for many fantastical legends of lost Spanish gold mines. Hidden Conquistador gold is said to be cursed and protected by the Native Americans in the area. One of the earliest Spanish missions was located just upstream from the subject property. There are many books and testimonials of early immigrants who found evidence of the early Spanish occupation. Bronze church mission bells, Spanish helmets, and swords, and many other artifacts have been discovered and documented. The most credible accounts come from the Ute Indians themselves who maintained an oral history that substantiates the brutal Spanish conquest for gold. We can attest that there is indeed gold in them thar' hills: if you fish Rock Creek in the fall during the spawn, you will catch elusive browns with bellies that sparkle with golden color. And, you'll likely be the only prospector on the river. What about hunting? You wouldn't typically classify 70 acres comprised of mostly rocky cliffs as a great place to hunt, but there are unusual circumstances at play that make this parcel a fantastic hunting spot. Small bands of mule deer frequent the abundant hay fields to the east. During the fall, the bucks pull back into the forest on the eastern rim of the property. The bigger bucks head over the edge to bed down along the property's high rock ledges above the river. A wise mule deer buck could not ask for a safer, more desirable habitat. The expansive Ute Indian lands west of the property contain one of the largest herds of elk in the Northeastern Utah. The early tribal hunts proceed the Utah State elk hunt and drive elusive bull elk to cross the river onto the listed property to gain access to the same steep ledges that the wisest of bucks occupy. There are only a few spots where elk can cross because of the steep cliffs, and this property is one of them.

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Cabin at Pine Hollow

Strawberry Reservoir, Utah

1 Acres

$237,000

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This is a classic alpine cabin tucked in the pines with panoramic views of Strawberry Reservoir. This lot backs up to hundreds of acres of private land. There are no cabins on either side. It also sits at the highest point in the development and is accessed via a private driveway which is set back from the main road so you don't hear and see cars and ATVs all day. Location! Location! Enjoy incredible fishing at Strawberry Reservoir or wet a fly on the famous Strawberry River- both minutes from the front door. Mountain recreation opportunities are virtually endless in this incredibly popular recreational area. This is a vintage cabin- not a luxury home. If you're looking for something with jetted tubs, vaulted ceilings, and stainless steel appliances, this one's probably not for you. The cabin needs new carpet and perhaps some paint and it will be ready to go for getaways this summer! If you want a well-built, one-owner, cabin with everything you need to be comfortable but not so many amenities that you feel like you're still in the city then this is a must see. Sale includes all furnishings and seller will finance with 30% down.

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Starlite Ranch

Scipio, Utah

960 Acres

$875,000

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The Starlite Gentleman’s Ranch provides a desirable balance of affordable cattle land with a well situated recreational retreat. The property offers fenced, and cross-fenced grazing land, development potential, and excellent recreational/hunting possibilities. Starlite ranch is adjacent to BLM, Fish Lake National Forest, and the Oak Creek Limited Entry Deer Unit. Unlike many rural properties in the region, Starlite Ranch comes with city water and additional water rights. A 160-foot well pumps tested potable water at 40/GPM. There is also a year-round spring for livestock. Fortunately, this ranch isn't encumbered by out-sized and over-done improvements. A 3,000 SF block building, previously used for a commercial dairy farm, now serves as a modest ranch house. There are gorgeous building sites in the canyon that would provide a private and scenic setting for a home or cabin. Other improvements include an attached workshop and pump house, 40' x 80' Quonset building, and 4-bay storage shed with 3-phase power. The property is easily accessible all year. From I-15, take the Scipio exit #188. Turn west toward Eagle's Landing (gas/convenience store), and then turn south on the frontage road for 1.78 miles.

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Riverbend Ranch

Hanna, Utah

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145 Acres

$1,399,000

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The Riverbend Ranch is located in the quaint mountain community of Hanna, Utah on the banks of the upper Duchesne River. It is ideally positioned for easy access to the nearby National Forest and offers private blue-ribbon live water so often desired in a Rocky Mountain ranch. It’s proximity to the Wasatch Front, and rapidly growing Summit County translates into real long-term appreciation and convenient access for more frequent enjoyment. Add irrigated alfalfa fields, rental cabins, and excellent development potential, and you’ve got yourself an income producing sporting ranch to invest in and enjoy for generations to come. Riverbend Ranch is accessible year-round via State Route 35. During the summer the Ranch is only 45 minutes from Park City and 1 hour 15 minutes from Salt Lake City over Wolf Creek Pass. When Wolf Creek Pass closes due to snow (usually in late December) the Ranch is still accessible via Highway 40 around Strawberry Reservoir. The winter route adds about 30 minutes to the drive. The land provides a unique setting ranging from healthy riparian bottomland with live water river fishing to picturesque bench land alfalfa fields at the foot of Tabby Mountain. Native cottonwoods and willows grow along the river banks, while sagebrush and gambel oak fill the un-irrigated bench tops. Riverbend Ranch benefits from its location along the Duchesne River as well as being adjacent to the 12,000-acre Moon Ranch Cooperative Wildlife Management Unit. Both game and nongame species are abundant including elk, moose, mule deer, black bear, mountain lion, bobcat, and fox. Lush forbs along the river provide ample feeding and bedding areas for mule deer, moose, and elk. It is not uncommon to see large herds of 250+ mule deer including some significant bucks grazing the upper hay fields. The lower pasture land has natural ponds and wetlands providing habitat for a vast array of birdlife, including ducks, geese, cranes, and herons as well as various songbirds. Birds of prey such as red-tailed hawks, osprey, and eagles are often seen hunting along the river. The crown jewel of the property is its substantial private frontage to the famed Duchesne River. The upper river and its tributaries spring from the alpine meadows of the Uinta Mountains and flow down through beautifully forested canyons. Eventually, the river begins to slow a bit and widen as it moves through Riverbend Ranch. This technical and unpredictable stretch of water is most intriguing to anglers as it provides a refuge for stout rainbows and browns. Most fish caught on the property are in the 14-18" range, but some large browns go all the way up to the mid-twenties. June and early July provide fantastic hatches of large stoneflies, green drakes, and PMDs. With year-round access and ample water rights including culinary hookups, the Ranch is well suited for development. The terrain would afford a nice mix of bench lots overlooking the river and riverfront lots with views of Tabby Mountain. Zoning will allow densities as low as 1 unit per acre. In the meantime, the land supports a modest cow-calf operation of about 25 pair supplemented with feed during winter months. Pressure-irrigated alfalfa fields produce two cuttings per year with good yields. In addition to highly desirable deeded acreage, this offering includes a 5 bedroom 3 bathroom home overlooking the river, a large garage/workshop, 19 primitive rental cabins, and significant certificated water rights. Download the marketing package below for more details and schedule your private tour of this beautiful piece of the West today!

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Eagle's Landing Property

Manila, UT

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80 Acres

$688,000

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Enjoy all that Flaming Gorge has to offer from this unique Gentleman's Ranch site. This beautiful 79-acre parcel on the Utah/Wyoming border sits on the sunny side of the Lucerne Valley, at an elevation of 6,300 feet, 1 mile east of Manila, Utah. Views of the surrounding mountains and Flaming Gorge Reservoir are incredible. The property was homesteaded in the late 1800’s and has since been subdivided into, two 3-acre, two 5-acre, one 20-acre, and one 46-acre parcel. All lots are perc tested, approved and recorded. An 8" culinary water line runs the length of the property (East to West), and power is available at both ends. This assemblage is one of the few in the area offering approved, buildable lots with utilities in place. The successful buyer/investor could immediately sell off individual lots without having to go through the costly and exhausting entitlement process with the county. Currently twenty horses pasture on the property which could alternatively carry 60 cow-calf units. The entire perimeter is fenced. A small spring produces approximately 3-5 gallons per minute year round. Sixty of the seventy-nine acres are pressure-irrigated with three wheel lines, and forty shares of water from the Sheep Creek Irrigation Company will transfer at the time of sale. The grazing keeps the property on Greenbelt so taxes are extremely low. Mule deer hunting is excellent for youth as there is a mountain to shoot against and plenty of Deer to choose from. Significant bucks migrate south from Wyoming onto the parcel. Average bucks are three points, but 30” four points have been harvested. If you're not into hunting, world-class fishing on Flaming Gorge is only five minutes away, and you can be in the Uinta Mountains in fifteen minutes! The Seller is motivated and will consider financing and trade. Don't miss your chance to own this pristine piece of paradise. Call us today to schedule a private showing. Serious inquiries only.

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Riverside Cabins at Strawberry Pinnacles

Fruitland, Utah

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1.75 Acres

$299,000

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Prepare yourself for a little well-earned slice of paradise. This beautiful 1.75-acre parcel includes 3 charming guest cabins residing in one of the most scenic recreational splendors of Utah- the Strawberry Pinnacles. Steep canyon walls and the towering Strawberry Pinnacles, visible from the front porch of the cabins, punctuate the surrounding cottonwood, pine and aspen forest. Wildlife is plentiful. Wild Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep, mule deer, cougar, bear, elk, moose, eagles, hawks, and songbirds can all be seen around the parcel. Three rivers transverse the area: Red Creek, Avintaquin Creek, and the Strawberry River. The iconic Strawberry runs along the entire property, offering very rare river frontage in the heart of this highly desirable fly fishing destination. The property is located at 39981 W Strawberry River Road in Duchesne County, approximately 100 miles SE from Salt Lake City and is accessible year round. The area offers every form of high mountain recreation and some of the best hunting in the state. The nearby Ashley National Forest is full of trails for hiking, biking, horseback riding, 4-wheeling adventures, and snowmobiling. Strawberry and Starvation Reservoirs, both within an hour from the property, offer uncrowded waters for boating, kayaking, and swimming. Strawberry Reservoir is well known for its large trout and excellent ice fishing. The cabins have been rented year-round by hunters, anglers, and small families and could continue to generate income for the next ower. Each rustic cabin has culinary water and power and features a queen bed, loft, small kitchenette, bathroom with shower, and its own fire pit for roasting smores under the stars. There is plenty of room for your RV and your dream cabin when you're ready to build it. The best of everything Utah has to offer beckons within this property’s mountain splendor: stunning cliffs and spires, a gin-clear trout stream, and breathtaking views in every direction. This “slice of paradise” is a unique offering, and is one of a very few properties along the coveted Strawberry for sale.

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Beaver Falls Ranch

Beaver, Utah

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60 Acres

$1,389,000

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Beaver Falls Ranch consists of 60 private acres with waterfalls, streams, nature trails and abundant resident wildlife. The entire area comprising this remarkable ranch is located in tranquil Beaver County, Utah at 1200 North Creek Road in Beaver City. A beautiful three bedroom two bathroom log home resides on the parcel. This 3,000 sq. ft. lodge, which is fully landscaped and comes with an automatic sprinkling system, also includes a 575 sq. ft. garage. The ranch sits at an elevation of 6,000 feet and the landscape provides exquisite scenery for which Utah is famous. The terrain features gentle slopes dotted with scrub oak, cottonwoods, quaking aspens and pines. The ranch is home to a wide variety of wildlife, ranging from mule deer, elk, black bears, cougars and a thriving population of wild turkeys. The lodge overlooks the confluence of the North and South Forks of North Creek. The emerald waters of North Creek hold strong populations of cutthroat, rainbow, brown and brook trout. Excellent fly fishing on this private section of stream is literally out your front door! The northern boundary of the ranch touches the Fishlake National Forest which is a recreational mecca with mountain lakes and clear, sparkling streams. The forest is accessible from the ranch and offers endless hunting, fishing, hiking and camping opportunities. Thousands of acres are waiting to be explored by the avid four-wheeler or snowmobiler. Beaver Falls Ranch is no doubt a paradise of breathtaking ridgeline landscapes, endless blue skies, spectacular backcountry vistas and a serenity that has been described as rejuvenating the soul!

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Camelot at Strawberry Pinnacles

Fruitland , Utah

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10 Acres

$829,000

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This remarkable parcel resides in one of the most scenic recreational splendors of Utah. The iconic Strawberry River runs through the entire property offering very rare stream frontage in the heart of this highly desirable fly fishing destination. The best of everything Utah has to offer beckons within the ranch’s mountain splendor, geological features, gin-clear fly fishing stream, and breathtaking views in every direction. The Camelot property is a unique and unprecedented offering and one of the very few properties located along the coveted Strawberry for sale. The ranch sits at 6,700 feet above sea level in the heart of a beautiful riparian corridor. Three rivers transverse this area: Red Creek, Avintaquin Creek and the Wild Strawberry which flows directly through the property. Steep canyon walls and the stunning Strawberry Pinnacles, visible from the front porch of the lodge, punctuate the surrounding cottonwood, pine and aspen forest. Wildlife is plentiful. Wild Rocky Mountain Bighorn sheep, mule deer, cougar, bear, elk, moose, eagles, hawks, and songbirds are all seen on the ranch. Fishing is, without a doubt, the real gem of this unique property. The Wild Strawberry River is one of Utah’s most productive fisheries. The DWR manages a 7-mile section of this pristine stream for fishing which is accessible to the public and is less than a mile upstream from the property. So you aren't limited to only fishing the part that runs through your property. Brown, cutthroat and brook trout populations are maintained by natural reproduction in this section of the river. It is managed as a wild trout fishery and was one of the first waters in Utah to be designated a “Quality Fishing Stream.” Deep pools, beaver ponds, and undercut banks on this section hold many wary browns from 13 to 20+ inches. The Strawberry is a tailwater, so fishing is stable all year. This property is heavily improved. The sale includes a rustic lodge boasting nine bedrooms, eight bathrooms, a full kitchen, and a family sitting area. Three charming guest cabins are also included in the sale providing a more personal and rustic lodging experience for your guests. Twenty-two RV Hookups and a large camping area equipped with restrooms and showers, ensure you can easily host even the largest of groups in this remote and beautiful setting. *Property is being sold to resolve financial hardship caused by the recent flood. The listed price is over $100,000 less than what sellers paid for the property and reflects the property's current condition. All structures are intact, however, due to the flood, landscaping will need some repair.

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Little Hassayampa Ranch

Kanab, Utah

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640 Acres

$1,989,000

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Little Hassayampa Ranch is surrounded by public land and features: ponds, water rights, year-round access, modern dwellings, and incredible views of surrounding national parks and monuments. The Little Hassayampa Ranch is the manifestation of a prominent design consultant's dream to blend an isolated desert sanctuary with rugged adventure to create the ultimate southwestern retreat destination. This private Rancho del Cielo sits atop a mostly flat mesa in the heart of Southern Utah's internationally renowned Color Country, providing majestic views of Zion's National Park, The Grand Staircase National Monument, and the Coral Pink Sandunes. These incredible vistas will likely remain unobstructed since the property is surrounded by BLM land. A perusal of the accompanying property maps provides a sense of how strategically-located the Ranch is, but only a personal visit will cast the spell. Two custom residential structures have been built, both architecturally flavored by American Indian tradition. The1,400 SF Hogan is perfect for intimate gatherings of four to twenty people. The 1,960 SF bunkhouse comfortably accommodates up to thirty guests. All outbuildings have been carefully designed and positioned to blend with the landscape, thus preserving the natural beauty of the setting. Additional features of Little Hassayampa Ranch include: -Two developed spring-fed ponds -11.2 acre-feet of certificated water rights -Fruit orchard -Year-round access -Established trails for hiking and ATV exploration -Miles of public land "out the back door" -Excellent off the grid water and power systems " From the first day we saw it, Rancho del Cielo cast a spell over us. No place before or since has ever given Nancy and me the joy and serenity it does." -Ronald Reagan-

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Duchesne River Ranch

Randlett, Utah

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457 Acres

$599,000

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The LandRancher team is proud to offer this beautiful gentleman’s ranch tucked away along the banks of the Duchesne River. Unencumbered by gaudy improvements, the Ranch has been carefully managed as a haven for the elk, moose, deer, turkeys, and waterfowl that reside here. In addition to beautiful scenery, unlimited outdoor recreation, and solitude, this appropriately-priced property is an attractive investment. That’s right, subsidize the cost of ownership by raising hay or grazing cattle on the 80 irrigated acres, or use the income from surface rights agreements with oil companies to make your dream a reality. Duchesne River Ranch is located in Uintah County, approximately 150 miles SE of Salt Lake City, and 130 miles east of Provo, Utah. The property sits at about 4,700 feet in the heart of a beautiful riparian corridor. The mighty Duchesne River winds through the Ranch for 1.3 miles. Google GPS coordinates for the property are 40.170328, -109.764147. The Ranch is accessible all year via a county maintained road. Wildlife is plentiful. Moose, mule deer, cougar, elk, and a variety of waterfowl and upland game are all seen on the ranch. The Seller has worked extensively with the NRCS (Natural Resources Conservation Service) to preserve and protect wildlife habitat. If you’re a hunter looking for a place to shoot trophy bulls and bucks on your property without drawing a tag, look no further! Elk and deer can’t resist the food and water available in the alfalfa field and surrounding wetlands. Multiple bulls ranging from 300-390 have been spotted roaming the property. Large bucks are also common. Deer and elk tags are available over the counter. The abundant wetland habitat attracts a significant waterfowl population including wood ducks and geese. The upland game hunter will enjoy excellent opportunities to pursue pheasant and turkey. The property consists of two non-contiguous blocks: 377 acres of lush river bottom, and 120 acres of range ground. The 377-acre parcel boasts a large pond along with 80 acres of irrigated fields surrounded by buck and pole fencing. Russian olives and towering cottonwoods dot the landscape. The 120-acre parcel is situated approximately one mile to the south and is accessible via a dirt road. While not as beautiful as the northern parcel, this part of the property hosts multiple oil pads that provide passive income to the landowner. The pads are intentionally located in this non-impact area of the ranch.

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Searle Ranch

Meadow, UT

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240 Acres

$495,000

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The Searle Ranch is owned by a Utah family who purchased the property to build a self-sustaining home, raise their family, recreate, and access the surrounding area in the pursuit of deer, elk, lion and turkey. Surrounded by public land, the Searle Ranch epitomizes serenity and outdoor adventure. For most of us, it’s reminiscent of a scene from an old Western movie, to be able to saddle up a horse and ride for days without seeing another person. For the Searle Family, it is a part of everyday life on their 240-acre ranch in the heart of scenic Central Utah. Enjoy unlimited ATV and horseback exploration, fishing for rainbow trout, or hunting for mule deer, elk, coyote, rabbit, wild turkeys and mountain lion. Ask Karl Malone, who proudly displays in his Salt Lake home, an eight-foot mountain lion shot on this very ranch. The property also boasts a rustic home built by the Searles, which is completely off the grid. The 1956 sq. ft. home, built in 1986, has 2 bedrooms and 2 baths sitting on 2 levels with a partial basement and a large 217 sq. ft. deck. It is completely self-sufficient, even though it is off the grid. The Ranch is totally surrounded by public land including the BLM/Wildlife Management and Fishlake National Forest thus creating a perpetual buffer from neighbors. Three springs run year round and supply water and electricity for the home. A turbine powered hydro-electric system provides power for the home and also feed a pond stocked with trout. The system is backed up by solar panels and a generator. The springs also provide irrigation for 4 acres of pasture that will sustain six horses through the summer. The entire property is fenced and has additional fencing to keep animals on the pasture and away from the house. The Searle Ranch is a great hunting location. The DWR provides a yearly Land Owner Turkey permit. There are elk and deer on the property which is in the southern region for Mule deer and in the Pahvant Limited Entry for Elk.

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