The Land Report

2019.1

The Magazine of the American Landowner is an essential guide for investors, landowners, and those interested in buying or selling land. The award-winning quarterly is known for its annual survey of America's largest landowners, The Land Report 100.

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Ranches | Farms | Legacy Holdings Commercial Brokerage and Development Scott Bates | 801-232-8424 spb@bateslandco.com C. Patrick Bates | 801-560-4259 cpb@bateslandco.com 801-521-4259 | bateslandco.com Red Cliff Ranch is a magical legacy holding located in the Mountain West's spectacular Heber Valley. Encompassing 175 acres invisibly tucked off a paved road near Heber City, Utah it is just 25 minutes from the renowned Park City-Deer Valley Complex. For many years cherished guests from around the world have savored experiences at Red Cliff Ranch and been mesmerized by its unsurpassed charm, breathtaking landscapes and magnificent views of the Wasatch Mountain Range. The Ranch possesses a perfect blend of private grandeur — a stunning red-rock parapet towering over verdant green meadows punctuated by three ponds and a lake — a quiet place for tuning up fly-casting skills for outings on the nearby Provo and Weber Rivers or to enjoy peals of delighted laughter from grandchildren easily catching trout. Elk, mule deer, moose, eagles, geese, ducks and many species of wildlife are safe at Red Cliff Ranch and enhance this special sanctuary. Essentials are a beautifully- appointed log ranch home with a wrap-around covered porch providing stunning views, a magnificent 8-stall horse stable, plus an attractive and spacious barn. Opportunities in the West to create a truly singular sanctuary apart from the demands of everyday life are increasingly fewer and far between. Red Cliff Ranch occupies a unique place in a select circle of authentic Western retreats. Offered at $9,750,000 Cash | Private Showings Scheduled After June 15th

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