The captivating Salisbury Canyon Ranch is a recreational paradise and working cattle ranch encompassing 2,121± acres with stunning vistas of Salisbury Canyon and Los Padres National Forest and unparalleled views of the Sierra Madre and the Caliente Mountains of Carrizo Plain National Monument. Easily accessed via public road, the ranch offers unprecedented access to abundant wildlife, hiking, backpacking, and horseback riding in the adjoining forest and backcountry of the Los Padres National Forest. Situated near the southern edge of New Cuyama, within the northeastern corner of Santa Barbara County, Salisbury Canyon Ranch is an outdoorsman’s paradise improved with a historic 1927 adobe ranch house, adobe laundry/office building, two guest houses, hay barn, and appurtenant structures. Water is supplied via one well which is underground-fed to three 10,000-gallon storage tanks. Comprised of 15 certificated parcels, Salisbury Canyon Ranch is ideal for cattle operation, hunting, or a recreational retreat and offers the opportunity to own a piece of history in the picturesque Cuyama Valley.
A portion of the historic Rancho Cuyama Number One Land Grant, the North Fork Cattle Company Headquarters comprises 3,065± acres of grazing land and rolling grasslands in the picturesque Cuyama Valley and is situated in both San Luis Obispo and Santa Barbara counties. A working cattle ranch, the North Fork Cattle Company Headquarters is improved with main house, manager’s house, hay barn, shop, and storage building, plus a complete set of working corrals with concrete feed bunks, loading chute, and livestock scale. The picturesque headquarters is situated south of the river at the mouth of Powell Canyon. Additionally, there is an arena with pens and roping chute, lights, grandstand, and announcer’s booth. Water is plentiful with two wells and over two-and-a-half miles of the Cuyama River running through the ranch. Ideal for cattle operation, hunting, or recreation, the North Fork Cattle Company Headquarters offers the opportunity to own a piece of California history.
60,171± ACRES | NEVADA | PROPERTY ID: 3250247
Positioned within the perimeter of the historic 26 Ranch are the vast 60,171± deeded acres of New Nevada Lands. Spanning across Humboldt, Lander, and Eureka Counties, New Nevada Lands is adjacent to the Humboldt River with the Railroad and Interstate 80 traversing the southwestern border making the ranch easily accessible. Currently leased by 26 Ranch, these unimproved, fee-owned acres are ideal for grazing land.
1,275± ACRES | NEVADA | PROPERTY ID: 2745332
Nestled at the base of the Pine Forest Range, north of Winnemucca, the 1,275± acre Big Creek Ranch is comprised of 675± acres irrigated land, which includes 545± acres of alfalfa ground under two pivots, and 350± acres water-righted land. Bisected by Big Creek, the ranch is an outdoorsman’s paradise presenting abundant wildlife including deer, antelope and trout. Complemented by a private, nine-hole golf course and 4,000-foot air strip, Big Creek Ranch is improved with an expansive Spanish-style main home, guest residence, horse barn, shop, and sheds.
7,297± ACRES | CALIFORNIA | PROPERTY ID: 2728067
The sprawling Caliente Ranch comprises 7,297± acres, stretching five± miles east to west and north to south. Situated on the eastern edge of Walker Basin in eastern Kern County, Caliente Ranch is approximately one hour east of Bakersfield. Presently utilized as a working cattle ranch, Caliente Ranch is complemented by a rustic log cabin and partial fencing. Water is supplied via a water well, storage tank and springs. Sale is subject to