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Architectural Digest
Fri, 11/20/2015 - 09:45

Table Rock RanchStats:
9 Bedrooms
6 Baths
8,725 sq. ft.
$18.5 million

Sweeping meadows, rugged mountains, and flowing streams surround Table Rock Ranch with beauty at every turn. The 785-acre ranch is located on the banks of Rock Creek in McCoy, Colorado, and just 45 minutes from Vail Valley and one hour from Steamboat Springs. [read more]


Mountain Living
Thu, 11/19/2015 - 12:00

Just outside Missoula, Montana, along the lower banks of the Bitterroot River, sits The Farm at McCauley Butte, a beautiful and unique glass home that maximizes its mountainous views.

The Farm, which was designed by Cutler Anderson Architects, takes in the beauty of the Montana foothills with expansive architectural glass walls. The property—which runs along a north-south axis and is situated to face westward—flows as gracefully as the river with its modern design. [read more]


Steamboat Pilot & Today
Sun, 11/08/2015 - 11:45

Steamboat Springs - Activity in Routt County's ranch property market started late thsi summer but has picked up significantly for some brokers who specialize in ranch properties.

Currently five ranches spanning 200 acres or more each in Routt County are under contract, representing about $17 million in tentative sales, and several listings that have remained on the market for years through the downturned economy are finally finding buyers, accordign to Christy BElton, [read more]


As seen in the LA Times,, Country Living, Miami Herald
Mon, 11/02/2015 - 10:30

Robinson Bar Ranch

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WSJ - House of the Day
Thu, 10/22/2015 - 14:30


Trollhaugen     The gold medalist is selling a 40-acre property that incorporates Norwegian style, from the built-in daybed to colorful cabinets -Sarah Tilton [read more]



Crain's Chicago Business
Tue, 10/20/2015 - 14:15

River Bend Farm

A Lake Forest investor and conservationist has put his 1,000-acre downstate Illinois hunting farm up for sale for $4.7 million.

Charlie Potter, a longtime investor in wildlife conservation farms who is head of the Max McGraw Wildlife Conservation Wildlife Foundation in the Fox Valley, said he assembled the farm by buying five adjoining parcels in the late 1990s and early 2000s.

The farm is in Ramsey, Ill., 240 miles southwest of downtown Chicago. [read more]


WLJ - Intermountain Farm & Ranch Edition
Mon, 10/12/2015 - 14:00

Valuing ranch land involves many factors including location and amenities that may include rivers and streams, or other features like oil and gas or mineral rights.

At Hall and Hall, a full-service real estate company based in the Rocky Mountain West, providing loan, appraisal, management, and brokerage services throughout the United States, Partner Tim Murphy and Apraiser Mike McDonnell of the Bozeman, MT, office talked with WLJ about some of the amenities that can add value to a ranch property.  [read more]
Tue, 10/06/2015 - 13:00

Trollhaugen     Stein Eriksen was the world’s first superstar of snow skiing.  He was the top slalom racer in Norway in 1949, won a bronze medal at the 1950 World Championships in Aspen, Colorado; won both gold and silver medals at the 1952 Winter Olympics and three gold medals at the 1954 World Championships.  It was after the 1954 games that he retired from competition at age 26.  With his gymnast background, he is credited with devising freestyle skiing, which included both a forward and backflip on skis and helped revolutionize the world of alpine skiing.  He also was the innovator of a reverse shoulder movement which made his downhill runs graceful and flowing, like no other skier. After ending his competitive career, he moved to the United States and became an instructor at the major ski resorts. For many years, every Sunday afternoon, he would treat the public at Aspen Highlands Ski Resort to a downhill run with forward and backward aerial flips.  He was so well-known and admired, many points of interest were named after him.  Easy to like, Eriksen was the epitome of tall, blond and handsome Norwegian athlete, both friendly and humble. [read more]


Ultra Primus
Wed, 10/07/2015 - 12:30

Just over an hour's drive west of Albuquerque, NM, the Lobo Ranch occupies 46,485 deeded acres, Lobo Ranchencompassing more than 70 square miles of some of the most spectacular and varied landscape that New Mexico has to offer. From La Mesa del Canon Seco in the north to La Mesa de Lobo in the south, massive tablelands define the terrain of the ranch. From the caprocks, craggy cliffs descend steeply into secret, rocky canyons and wide valleys that roll into the grasslands beyond. [read more]


Los Angeles Times
Sat, 09/19/2015 - 11:45


Stein Eriksen, the Norwegian alpine skier who captured gold at the 1952 Winter Olympics, has listed his rustic retreat in Montana for $2.45 million.

Found within Sundance Bench, a gated community 40 miles south of Ennis, the estate known as Trollhaugen has a Norwegian-style log cabin, a log guest cottage, a gazebo and tennis and shuffleboard courts on 40 acres.

Decorated in bright hues and whimsical carvings, the main cabin includes formal living and dining rooms, a game room, a kitchen with a breakfast bar... [read more]


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