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Rio Virgin Ranch
Virgin, Utah(Washington County)
A peaceful 79-acre retreat includes over ¾’s of a mile of the cottonwood-lined Virgin river and provides stunning views of southern Utah’s iconic red rock landscape.
Located in Virgin Utah, the ranch borders thousands of acres of public, but very private land with access to miles of backcountry hiking, biking and horseback riding.
The ranch is a mile and ½ horseback ride up the river from historic town of Grafton where Paul Newman took Katharine Ross for a morning bike ride in Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid.
The property includes a tastefully designed 4,700 square foot territorial style home featuring 8-inch thick adobe style walls, heavy cherry wood doors, and hand-hewn mesquite cabinetry.
Rio Virgin Ranch features a small pond at entry to the home in addition to irrigated and fenced pastures.
Conveniently situated 40 minutes from the St. George airport and seven minutes to the entrance of the world renown Zion National Park.
Indoor and outdoor living spaces offer views of the Smithsonian Butte, Gooseberry Mesa, and the Kolob Terrace.
Spanish/Southwest style barn complex includes a bunkhouse for staff or guests and serves as a wonderful facility for hosting events or family gatherings.
A separate 1,700 square foot guest house was built in “Santa Fe” style and blends in beautifully with its natural surroundings.
Paradise Canyon Ranch
Croydon, Utah(Morgan County)
A 1,000 + acre ranch with valuable water rights in Morgan County, the Paradise Canyon Ranch provides a wonderful opportunity for a working ranch or family retreat.
Easily accessible from Park City, Utah (60 minutes) and downtown Salt Lake City (70 minutes).
Situated in Croydon, Utah, Paradise Canyon Ranch is located just south of the Lost Creek Park and Reservoir on an “end of the road” setting. Access to the ranch is directly off the newly paved Lost Creek Canyon Road.
Year-round recreational opportunities include camping, hiking, mountain biking, snowshoeing, snowmobiling and ski-touring.
The ranch provides incredible fishing on over 1 mile of the trout-rich Lost Creek plus provides habitat for diverse wildlife including coyote, fox, geese, ducks, sandhill cranes, grouse, chukars and cottontail rabbits.
A great hunting ranch for mule deer & elk with opportunities to improve wildlife habitat in conjunction with the haying and grazing operation.
Zoning allows for up to 6 dwellings.
Wasatch Peaks Ranch
Peterson, Utah(Morgan County)
12,740 acres / 20 square miles of pristine alpine terrain within Utah’s famed Wasatch Mountains, featuring elevations ranging from 4,820 to 9,570 feet
Located just 35 minutes from downtown Salt Lake City and the Salt Lake International Airport, the ranch is also 15 minutes from downtown Ogden and 10 minutes from the world class Snowbasin Resort.
The ranch, combined with the adjacent National Forest, has a continuous ridgeline of 11 miles that includes 24 peaks, 15 bowls and cirques, plus a 4,600 foot vertical rise.
Stunning scenery includes alpine, subalpine, montane forests, gambel oak woodlands, sagebrush, steppe, meadows/pasture and riparian areas.
25 miles of boundary within the Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest provides additional recreational opportunities including heli-skiing.
Potential uses include a private year-round club, a destination resort, or alpine retreat.
Eleven creeks weave through the ranch for 35 miles from their alpine origin to the Weber River, 80 miles of hiking, mountain biking, ATV, and equestrian trails.
Average annual snowfall of 400+ inches
Unique geological features include the Deep Creek & Line Creek gorges plus an alpine glacier.
Currently zoned for one residential dwelling per /160 acres, the ranch is also considered a candidate for a master planned development (MPD) under Morgan County’s Forestry and also Multiple Use with options to include within Resort Special District (RSD) ordinance.
A private wildlife preserve provides big game hunting within a Cooperative Wildlife Management Unit (CWMU) with permits for mule deer, elk and moose.