Invest in quality productive farmland with Live Water Properties’ extensive listings of Idaho Agricultural Ranches for Sale. Our brokers can help you make an informed decision about which of our Idaho agricultural ranches for sale are the best with regards to acreage, climate, irrigation, soil, topography and other farming realities. A sound investment in this economy, Idaho agricultural ranch real estate is growing as a real estate market with higher rates of return.
The Trestle Bridge Ranch is perfectly positioned east of Ashton, Idaho, on the banks of the Fall River. Consisting of 114 acres with approximately 4,000 feet of pristine river frontage on one of eastern Idaho’s premium wild trout fisheries. Trestle Bridge is flush with big views of the magnificent Teton Range to the East and […]
Farmers covet the ranch’s location for the rich soil. The setting and topography include rolling farmland, ridges, aspen groves, riparian corridors and pristine views of the Teton Range and Yellowstone National Park. Bull Elk Creek flows year round through the property, providing water for stock and wildlife including Rocky Mountain elk, mule deer and Shiras […]
This Wyoming ranch consists of 160 acres of lush meadows, healthy stands of aspen groves and exceptional views. A portion of the 160 acres rests on a hillside overlooking the valley, situated between the Salt River and Wyoming Ranges. The northern boundary of the property is shared with the Caribou-Targhee National Forest with direct access.
The Aubrey Spring Ranch consists of approximately 285 acres of relatively flat topography in the shape of a triangle. The ranch rests at an elevation of 4,880 feet and provides excellent sunset views of Marble Hill over the Lower Big Wood River Valley.
Badger Creek Meadows is located in Teton County, Idaho, on the quiet western side of the famous Teton Mountain Range. Badger Creek Meadows is located in Tetonia just north of Driggs. Driggs offers all the services one needs including restaurants, grocery stores, shopping, golf, private air service and access to downhill skiing at Grand Targhee Ski and Summer Resort.
Within close driving distance to some of Idaho’s most prestigious fisheries, Bitch Creek Canyon Ranch is an ideal retreat for the avid angler. Comprised of 320 acres and defined by its rolling topography, the ranch profits from incredible Teton Mountain and canyon views, and the fact that it is unimproved creates a blank canvas for tailored lodgings. The Henry’s Fork, South Fork of the Snake River, Fall River and Teton River are all within a 30-minute drive, offering excellent wade and float fishing opportunities while the well-known namesake fishery is located on adjacent BLM lands. The treasured Yellowstone National Park is 25 minutes from the property while other recreational opportunities abound in the nearby Targhee National Forest. Due to the proximity of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, there is a good population of upland birds including Hungarian partridge, ruffed grouse and sharp-tailed grouse. Bitch Creek Canyon Ranch and the surrounding areas provide vital wintering range for the area’s mule deer and elk populations.
Bitch Creek Ranch is located on the northern end of Teton Valley, Idaho, with acreage spanning both Teton and Fremont Counties. The area referred to as Teton Valley is comprised of the small mountain towns of Victor, Driggs and Tetonia. Bitch Creek is located 21 miles north of Driggs, Idaho, which is the county seat and offers amenities including restaurants, grocery stores, shopping, world-class golf, private air service and access to downhill skiing at Grand Targhee Ski and Summer Resort. The resort community of Jackson Hole lies 53 miles to the east with many conveniences such as fine dining, lodging, state-of-the-art medical facilities and world-class recreation. Jackson Hole is also the gateway to Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks. Bitch Creek Ranch is well-situated within the recreational mecca commonly known as the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem.The acreage on Bitch Creek Ranch is diverse and beautiful, the epitome of a western ranch. These wild 1,176 acres are a mixture of rolling meadows with dramatic Teton Range views, picturesque timber providing cover for wildlife, as well as the riparian corridor of Bitch Creek. It courses through the ranch for approximately 2 miles. The eastern border is entirely Caribou-Targhee National forest, approximately 1 ¾ miles of forest border plus an additional ½ mile of BLM border. The eastern third of the ranch is comprised of healthy stands of pine and aspen groves with lush green mountain meadows dotted in wildflowers. The ranch slopes from east to west transitioning from tree-covered ridges and sagebrush habitat zones to the rolling open meadows overlooking Bitch Creek. The most notable feature is the Bitch Creek corridor spanning from canyon and pocket water on the upper ranch to a classic cut-bank, meadow stream as the gradient flattens on the western reaches of the ranch. The entire corridor is a pristine and healthy system of wildlife and plant diversity. Abundant water flows out of the high country of the Teton Range. Once known as the Teton River North Fork, Bitch Creek drains the high country of the Teton Range providing gin-clear water to the Teton River downstream.Bitch Creek begins as two separate forks that eventually join before the Idaho border, in Wyoming. North Bitch Creek begins north of Moose Mountain and South Bitch Creek starts north of Dry Ridge Mountain. Moose and Dry Ridge peaks are in the Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming. The two creeks meander out of the mountains and eventually meet 5 miles due east from the Idaho/Wyoming border forming Bitch Creek.Before it crosses into Idaho Jackpine Creek joins Bitch Creek. Bitch Creek runs through spectacular canyon settings before it joins the Teton River northwest of Driggs. Bitch creek in itself is roughly 15 miles long. The north and south forks add an additional 8-10 miles, however the prime fishing water of Bitch Creek is a 12 to 15 mile stretch.
Providing woodland views of the Caribou National Forest, the Blackfoot River Ranch encompasses approximately 2,220 acres of rich river bottom and rolling aspen-lined hillsides in southeastern Idaho, 20 minutes from Soda Springs.
The C & B Reece Ranch is comprised of approximately 635 acres. Farmers covet the ranch’s location for the rich soil. The setting and topography include rolling farmland, ridges, aspen groves, riparian corridors and pristine views of the Teton Range and Yellowstone National Park.
A 235-acre building site with tremendous views and significant water rights, Darby Creek Canyon is located in Driggs, Idaho. East of the property is national forest and the Wyoming State line. Property amenities include wildlife, breathtaking sunsets and elevated building sites that offer views of the mountains and Teton Valley. With wooded and private areas, pastures in hay and significant water rights delivered through a gravity system, Darby Creek Canyon is a great offering in the Valley. Darby Creek runs through the property, providing a tranquil setting for an incoming owner to enjoy. Live Water Properties represented the Buyer in the sale of this property.
A rare offering on eastern Idaho's Fall River, this 28-acre parcel borders Targhee National Forest and includes 1/4 mile frontage on the Fall River, a wild rainbow trout fishery. With varied contour and mature aspen groves, the homesite overlooks the river and faces spectacular Teton mountain views to the south. This parcel is truly a part of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem with moose, deer, elk and eagles frequenting the property. An entrance to Yellowstone National Park’s backcountry is a 10 minute-drive and the town of Ashton and its conveniences are only 15 miles away.
Located in the heart of Teton Valley, Feather n' Fly Ranch is a sportsman’s paradise offering over 1 mile of private spring creek fishing, a 2.3 acre stocked trout pond and first class waterfowl and deer hunting onsite. This property represents a turn-key western ranch in a setting with big mountain views in all directions, as well as convenient access to resort amenities, including some of the best skiing in the country, and charming mountain town lifestyle. This is the ideal ranch for those in search of a year round family and sporting retreat in one the West’s most scenic and desirable valleys.
Fisher Bottom Ranch is situated at the half-way point in the famous canyon stretch of the South Fork of the Snake River. Known for fantastic dry fly fishing and picturesque setting, this tailwater fishery has become a preferred destination spot for fly fishermen and outdoor enthusiasts.
A true gem located in Idaho’s majestic Teton Valley, the Foster Slough Sanctuary is comprised of 200 scenic and diverse acres. While almost completely surrounded by conservation easements, this unencumbered sanctuary offers a blank canvas for privacy. Expansive stands of aspen groves and willow corridors encompass over 1.5 miles of flowing streams, ponds and healthy grassland pastures. The ranch is set in the middle of the valley providing unobstructed views of the surrounding mountain ranges, which include the famous Teton Mountains, Big Hole and Snake River ranges. This area, known as Foster’s Slough, represents one of the most productive wetland complexes in all of Teton Valley, and it boasts an extremely high concentration of protected ranches (through conservation easements), presumably the most in the region. This is due to the incredible range of wildlife habitat and populations of big game, waterfowl, songbirds and birds of prey. Additionally, the healthy clear and cool streams provide an incoming owner the opportunity to further develop these fisheries into more robust recreational amenities by doing stream enhancement work and developing trout ponds. The ranch also provides a much-desired agricultural element to recreational ranch ownership by benefiting from irrigation water rights and healthy grass pastures for livestock. The Foster Slough Sanctuary possesses a unique balance of pristine recreational attributes while also providing a farming and ranching heritage. This is an ideal property for the outdoor enthusiast searching for a one-of-a-kind western retreat with private onsite recreational amenities, as well as ease of access to rivers, public lands and world-class skiing.
Enjoy endless recreational pursuits in the backyard of this 200-acre ranch in eastern Idaho. Gardner Ranch includes Teton Mountain views to the east and 2/3 mile of the Teton River as the northern boundary, providing the owner immediate access to excellent trout fishing, waterfowl hunting and bird watching.
The Gold Ranch is comprised of 980 deeded acres nestled along the river bottom of the famed Henry’s Fork River in the heart of eastern Idaho’s agricultural landscape. In addition to nearly 1 ½ miles of Henry’s Fork River frontage, there are three spring-fed sloughs that meander through the property for nearly 3 ½ miles: Texas Slough, Mulligan Slough and Bannock Jim Slough. The abundance of water resources coupled with the agricultural component creates a setting on the Gold Ranch for premier waterfowl hunting in the Rocky Mountain West. Through a cooperative effort with local land trusts and government agencies the current owners have completed numerous enhancement projects, providing additional habitat and placing approximately 807 acres of the ranch in protective easements. The Gold Ranch is a true sporting ranch located within close proximity to everyday conveniences in nearby Rexburg and Idaho Falls.
Located near the foothills of the Caribou National Forest in Wayan, Idaho, the Grays Lake Outlet Ranch offers tranquility within close proximity to everyday necessities, resort services and incredible recreational opportunities.
Located in Idaho’s wild and scenic Henry’s Fork basin, the Greater Yellowstone Legacy Ranch is one of West’s premiere offerings. Bordering public lands on three boundaries, the 603 deeded acres are comprised of open meadows, healthy river bottom, rolling hillsides, quaking aspen groves throughout and healthy stands of dark timber creating the perfect setting for a uniquely private ranch retreat. Originating in Yellowstone National Park, one mile of the wild freestone Fall River bisects the ranch as it flows out of Targhee National Forest on its way down to its confluence with the famous Henry’s Fork River approximately 22 miles downstream.
The H Bar J Farm, located on the northern end of Teton Valley, Idaho, is a 25-minute drive to the charming mountain town of Driggs, the county seat. Teton Valley, known as the quiet side of the Tetons, is located in the heart of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. The abundance of public lands in all directions, along with Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks is what makes this region so distinct. Comprised primarily of productive rolling farmland, the 324-acre farm enjoys bands of aspen groves and stunning views over the Bitch Creek drainage at the Teton Mountain Range and Grand Teton National Park. H Bar J Farm provides an opportunity for farm income, big mountain views, world-class fishing, recreational access and proximity to one of the West’s most desirable mountain towns.
Hasting's Farm consists of 160 acres of irrigated farmland located just 3 miles north east of Driggs, ID and 9 miles to the west of Grand Targhee Ski and Summer Resort. The parcel is flat with year-round access via county road 2500N. Surrounded by phenomenal views, the farm is perfectly positioned in the “view corridor” with vistas of the Teton Range and Grand Targhee to the east, the Big Hole Range to the west and the Palisades Mountain Range to the south. The property benefits from excellent water rights out of the Grand Teton Pipeline Association, water is currently used to irrigate the grain crop, however it could also be used for ponds and water features as part of a master planned community. There is new Valley Pivot which efficiently irrigates the cropland, the pivot was installed in 2016 and is included in the sale. The farming is presently leased out to an area producer providing the incoming owner with an immediate income stream. Although the historical use here is farming, based on it’s location within the City of Driggs Area of Impact and just north of the Driggs- Reed Memorial Airport, the highest and best use long term is likely residential development or potentially an equestrian estate or a gentleman’s farm. The current asking price reflects a 70% price reduction off the selling price in 2006. This 160-acre farm provides the ideal platform for the savvy land investor looking to take advantage of favorable pricing in the town that Men’s Journal called “The Best Small town in America.”
The Henry’s Fork Overlook is conveniently located within 45 minutes of the Idaho Falls commercial airport and in the middle of the finest fly-fishing region in the country. The property provides a quiet, pastoral setting with fantastic trout fishing and several beautiful building envelopes for a great cabin lifestyle.
This 540-acre sporting property is hailed as a fantastic fishing ranch with large, wild rainbow trout cruising along the 1 mile of the Henry's Fork and the 1 additional mile of Texas Slough, a large spring creek.
Henry’s Lake Estate is an 8.75-acre property located on one of the finest trophy stillwater fisheries in the northern Rockies. Situated 20 miles from Island Park, Idaho, and 15 miles from West Yellowstone, Montana, Henry’s Lake is home to trophy trout. The setting is magical as the property enjoys 500 feet of frontage on the north shore of the lake with breathtaking views across the water to the peaks of the Centennial Valley. Henry’s Lake Estate boasts a 3-bedroom, 3.5-bathroom, 4,294 sqft main home, in addition to caretaker’s quarters, 6-stall horse barn, pond and manicured grounds. The largest fish in the lake are the rainbow cuttthroat hybrids that tip the scales up to 16 pounds. The state record for brook trout weighs in at 7.2 pounds and was caught in Henry’s Lake. Located ½ mile from national forest, the property is frequented by elk, deer and moose while ducks and geese cover the lake providing excellent bird watching and fall waterfowling opportunities. The estate is positioned just minutes from the famous waters of the Madison River, the Henry’s Fork and the world-class fisheries of Yellowstone National Park.
Horseshoe Canyon Farms consists of approximately 157 acres of farmland located directly West of the desirable mountain town of Driggs, Idaho. The property benefits from excellent ground water rights and fertile soils. The farm is currently producing alfalfa hay and is also well suited to produce small grains such as wheat or malt barley. Potatoes have been grown on the property in the past, but not under current ownership
The Howell Ranch is located 13 miles east of Ashton, ID and 36 road miles north of Driggs. The property is comprised of 160+ deeded acres completely surrounded by Targhee National Forest, the South West corner of Yellowstone National Park is 6 miles to the East. The ranch exudes the utmost in privacy taking in both sides of its own private valley with Porcupine Creek meandering through the meadow from east to west. Healthy groves of aspen trees dominate the ridge on the north side of the ranch while evergreen trees protect the southern ridge. The ranch is well improved with an owners cabin, bunkhouse and barn. All improvements are in excellent condition and have been well maintained allowing for immediate enjoyment of the ranch.
Kelly Toponce Ranch is located in the small farming community of Bancroft, ID, which is approximately 25 miles northwest of Soda Springs, ID. Soda Springs is the hub of the Bear Lake Caribou Scenic Byway and the Pioneer Historical Byway in southeast Idaho.
Ideally situated in the heart of Teton Valley, Idaho, the Lazy K Ranch is just over 3 miles from downtown Driggs. Bordered by larger ranches and protected open space, the ranch is a stone’s throw from the Teton River and a ¾-mile drive to the nearest sportsman’s access. This 12.6-acre gentleman’s ranch boasts a 2-story 4,531 sqft custom log home that is comprised of 4 bedrooms and 4.5 baths. There are pastures for horses as well as a classic-style barn located next to the home complete with horse stalls, room for hay and machine storage and a shop. The landscape is comprised of lush pastures, seasonal springs and ditches. Enjoy big valley views including those of the Big Hole Mountains and Teton Mountain ranges. The Lazy K Ranch is an ideal property for the outdoor enthusiast looking for ease of access to rivers, public lands and world-class skiing amenities.
As Teton Valley continues to grow, large blocks of contiguous, river-front acreage will become more and more difficult to find. With over 3,000 deeded acres, the Linderman Ranch boasts convenient access to all of the amenities of the valley, along with spectacular views of the Teton Range and the unique Teton River Canyon. From its recreational attributes to its potential as an investment property, one would be hard pressed to find another comparable property in this area.
The Litton Farm consists of three separate non-contiguous parcels totaling 414 acres of productive farmland with stunning views and recreational components. The parcel offering is comprised of 142 acres located in Fremont County, Idaho. All tracts are currently in production on a cash rent basis with an area producer, the crops in the region are hay and grain with malt barley typically being the crop of choice though depending on market conditions; grass hay, alfalfa and wheat are also viable options. All parcels have phenomenal Teton views and excellent proximity to Driggs and Ashton for amenities and services. The location is in the heart of adventure for the outdoor enthusiast with endless “blue ribbon” fishing and trophy hunting opportunities as well as snowmobiling, hiking, skiing and wildlife viewing. Parcels may also be purchased separately.
The Litton Farm consists of 153 acres of productive farmland with stunning views and recreational components. The farm is located in Teton County, Idaho. It is currently in production on a cash rent basis with an area producer, the crops in the region are hay and grain with malt barley typically being the crop of choice though depending on market conditions; grass hay, alfalfa and wheat are also viable options. The farm has phenomenal Teton views and excellent proximity to Driggs, Idaho, and Grand Targhee Summer & Ski Resort at just 15 minutes away. The location is in the heart of adventure for the outdoor enthusiast with endless “blue ribbon” fishing and trophy hunting opportunities as well as snowmobiling, hiking, skiing and wildlife viewing.
The Litton Farm consists of 118 acres of productive farmland with stunning views and recreational components. The farm is located in Fremont County, Idaho. It is currently in production on a cash rent basis with an area producer. The crops in the region are hay and grain with malt barley being the crop of choice depending on market conditions. Grass hay, alfalfa and wheat are also viable options. The farm has phenomenal Teton views and excellent proximity to Driggs, Idaho, and Grand Targhee Summer & Ski Resort at just 45 minutes away. The location is in the heart of adventure for the outdoor enthusiast with endless “blue ribbon” fishing and trophy hunting opportunities as well as snowmobiling, hiking, skiing and wildlife viewing.
The Martineau Farm is located in Madison County, Idaho, just west of the town of Tetonia and east of the town of Newdale. The farm has year-round access via Highway 33, which runs direct to the resort towns of Driggs, Idaho (30 minutes) and then east to Jackson Hole, Wyoming (1 hour 15 minutes).
This is a homestead ranch that consists of large acreage and offers immense fishing, hunting and recreational opportunities. The water sources on this 1,138-acre spread offer much diversity and privacy.
This 155-acres recreational ranch is located 5 miles west of the resort town of Driggs, on the banks of the famous Teton River, and in the heart of eastern Idaho’s portion of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem.
Located in Tetonia, Idaho, and nestled at the base of the Teton Range’s western slope is the Robinson Lusitano Ranch. This world-class equestrian ranch is a 20-minute drive from the charming mountain town of Driggs. Teton Valley, known as “the quiet side of the Tetons”, is located in the heart of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem and home to Grand Targhee Summer and Ski Resort.
Located on the banks of the South Fork of the Snake River in Swan Valley, Idaho, this spacious luxury home features an open floor plan with magnificent views of the river and Mt. Baldy. Vaulted ceilings highlight the architecture of the great room. 4 Bedrooms, 3.5 Baths, workout room, and In-Home Theater. Master Suite overlooking the River with oversized closets, walk in shower, jetted tub, heated floors. The attention to detail in this custom-built home is evident with the home’s surround sound, two fireplaces, heated 1,700 ft garage, and covered decks.
Positioned on the banks of the Upper South Fork River in Swan Valley, Idaho, the South Fork River Retreat is a turn-key river property that is ideal for part-time or year-round living. The main home is less than 100 feet from the river’s edge set amongst mature cottonwood trees and finely manicured lawns and gardens. The views out the great room are framed by the river and then give way to the National Forest lands across the river to the west. Situated on one of the finest lots on the upper river, this 5-acre oasis provides front row seating to some of the finest fly fishing in the Rocky Mountain West. The 4-bedroom, 3.5-bath main home is approximately 3,445 sqft and includes separate guest quarters, plus an attached oversized 2-car garage. An additional 1,500 sqft barn provides storage for boats, vehicles and recreational gear. All structures are of the highest quality and have been meticulously maintained.
Positioned on the banks of the upper South Fork River in Swan Valley, Idaho, South Fork Riverfront is a turn-key river home for sale. It is ideal for part-time or year-round living. This craftsman style home sits less than 100 feet from the river’s edge amongst mature cottonwood trees and finely manicured lawns and gardens. The home was carefully designed to capture water views from nearly every living space. Situated on a premier lot on the upper river, South Fork Riverfront occupies 8.47 deeded acres with nearly 300 feet of South Fork River frontage, providing front row seating to some of the finest fly fishing in the Rocky Mountain West.
Positioned on the banks of the Upper South Fork River in Swan Valley, Idaho, this riverfront home is sited on perhaps the finest lot on the upper river. With approximately 550 of river frontage, including a soft water slough ideal for jet boat or drift boat parking, the location is ideal for year round living or as a summer fishing retreat. View protection across the river is ensured by a conservation easement and some of the finest fishing on the river is visible from the front porch.
The Squirrel Creek Canyon Ranch is located in Fremont County, Idaho on the quiet western side of the famous Teton Mountain Range. The property is set in the rolling hills halfway between Ashton and Teton Valley, providing easy access to all area services including restaurants, grocery stores, shopping, golf, private air service and world-class skiing at Grand Targhee Ski and Summer Resort. The popular vacation town of Jackson Hole lies approximately 75 minutes to the southeast and offers commercial air service, endless all-season recreation and countless cultural amenities.
Nestled atop a hillside overlooking one of the most famous stretches of fishing water in the Rocky Mountain West, the Swan Valley Overlook is ideally located for the outdoor enthusiast. Situated on a 26-acre lot with access to national forest nearby, this custom 4,767 sqft log home is great for year-round living or as a second home with plenty of room for visiting family and friends. The Swan Valley Overlook is a unique offering providing an incoming owner with dramatic views of both the Teton Range as well as nearly 7 miles of rich riparian habitat along the famous South Fork of the Snake River. A year-round fishery, the South Fork is world-famous for its dry fly fishing for native cutthroat, brown and rainbow trout. Endless recreational opportunities abound just outside the doorstep of this quality constructed log home.
Teton Farm Parcel is located in Teton County, Idaho, on the quiet western side of the famous Teton Mountain Range. Teton Valley is comprised of the small mountain towns of Victor, Driggs and Tetonia. Teton Farm Parcel is located in Driggs, which is the county seat and largest of the three towns. Driggs offers all the services one needs including restaurants, grocery stores, shopping, golf, private air service and access to downhill skiing and great live music at Grand Targhee Ski and Summer Resort. The resort community of Jackson Hole is 45 minutes to the east offering commercial air service and endless all-season recreation and countless cultural amenities. Idaho Falls, the closest municipality, is a 1-hour drive from the ranch and hosts all major conveniences including commercial air service.
n the borders of Madison and Teton County, Idaho, Teton River Canyon Ranch boasts enormous Grand Teton views from its 2,981 acres and enjoys an enviable setting, located 30 minutes from Grand Targhee Ski and Summer Resort. The Resort is an excellent escape for hiking, biking and alpine skiing.
Teton River Confluence Ranch possesses that rare combination of the most sought-after western ranch traits: stunning mountain views, live water, abundant wildlife and proximity to resort amenities. This 760-acre ranch is comprised of a peninsula of land bordered by Badger Creek, Bitch Creek and the Teton River, three of the finest cutthroat trout fisheries in the West. The setting is breathtaking with rolling topography, big Teton Range views and the wild river canyons. Currently in its seventh year of a Conservation Reserve Program (CRP), the ranch provides the owner with income and the wildlife with protection. Wildlife species benefiting the most from the current ranch use are sharp-tailed grouse, Hungarian partridge and mule deer. “Huns” and “sharpies” are both present in huntable numbers and provide great recreation for the wingshooter. The Teton River Confluence Ranch possesses the combination of great fishing, hunting, big views and farm income all while being close to Driggs, one of the most desirable small towns in the West.
The Teton River Retreat is situated on the valley’s west side on a spring fed slough connecting to the Teton River. This beautifully designed 3,680 sqft custom home consists of 5 bedrooms and 4 full baths with a loft overlooking the great room. Set on 10.06 deeded acres, the home boasts incredible views up and downstream on the Teton River, as well as expansive views across the valley at the Teton Mountain range to the east, and the nearby Big Hole mountains to the west. Built in 1994, the home was designed with entertaining in mind. The great room’s open floor plan with floor to ceiling picture frame windows and river rock fireplace provide the perfect setting for family and friends to gather. The large back deck overlooks the river, as well as the path down to the boathouse. One of the more unique features of this home is the convenient river access via the covered boathouse. The owners have on the ready “Teton Boats”, as they are locally known as, geared up and ready to motor or poll right from the boathouse along the short spring fed slough and into the main stem of the Teton River. After a long day of catching the native Yellowstone cutthroat trout, rainbows or brookies, one can motor right back to the boathouse just steps away from the home. The Teton River Retreat provides something for all outdoor enthusiasts including fishing and waterfowl hunting right out of your back yard, close proximity to numerous trail heads in the national forest just 2.5 miles from the ranch and close proximity to some of the West’s most well-known trout fisheries. These include Idaho’s South Fork of the Snake and Henry’s Fork rivers, Wyoming’s Snake, Green and New Fork rivers and Montana’s Madison River, all of which are within easy striking distance for a day of fishing away from the ranch. The resort town of Jackson Hole, WY and Jackson Hole Mountain Resort are just 45 mins from the ranch, as is Teton Valley’s year round Grand Targhee Summer and Ski Resort providing some of the best snow in the West, abundant hiking and mountain biking trails and some of the summer’s best music festivals.
Situated on the banks of the Upper South Fork River in Swan Valley, Idaho the River House is a turn-key river property that is ideal as a part time fishing retreat or a year-round home. This beautiful hand-crafted log home sits approximately 100 feet from the river's edge and has roughly 350 feet of frontage on the famous South Fork of the Snake River. Mature cottonwood trees line the river corridor ensuring privacy and shade in the summer months. This spectacular 3.51 acre lot not only has a stunning river front view but also views back to the North East of the most prominent peak in the valley, Mount Baldy. The main home was custom built in 2004, measuring 3,202 sqft including 4 bedrooms and 3 baths in the main home, plus a 1,428 sqft detached two-car garage, which includes a guest suite complete with a full bath. A toy barn measuring approximately 1,350 sqft was recently completed and serves as a great spot to keep boats, ATV’s and recreational gear. All structures have been built to the highest standard and the setting on the river is unmatched for the angler or outdoor enthusiast.
Woods Creek 160 is located in Teton Valley, Idaho, on the “quiet” western side of the famous Teton Mountain Range. The property sits 3 miles west of downtown Driggs, the largest of three towns in the valley, as well as the Teton County seat.
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“I began working with Hunter as I contacted him regarding a nice gentlemen’s farm that he was the listing agent on in North Florida. Although after visiting the property it wasn’t a fit for me, I had such a good experience with Hunter I decided to utilize him to list my smaller tract of property in North FL, that I wished to sell, as well as have him assist me in finding my future property. In 6 short months he sold my property for 94% of the asking price. One month later he assisted me in closing on a new tract in Southern GA. I had been looking on and off for over a year for the perfect next tract, but it was through his help that I found it…”
“When it came time to sell our 1,500-acre Montana fishing ranch we knew we would have to find a broker who understood the beauty and uniqueness of this special place. We found that in Jeff Shouse, of Live Water, and his 35 years of market knowledge. Jeff’s expertise in how to position this property and his understanding of who the buyer would be, led to an efficient process and excellent final sales price. Jeff’s friendly, pleasant and easygoing manner made for a wonderful experience!”
“A family client asked me to interview and hire a ranch broker to sell a very unique recreational ranch property. After numerous interviews with all the known brokerages and being in the ranch brokerage business myself in Texas, the choice became a no-brainer after meeting Brian Hartley. Brian understands the product as well as anyone I’ve met with. He also understands how important these rare assets are to the families that own them. I look forward to many more successful sales with Brian and give him my highest recommendation!”
“Thank you to Hunter Brant, who recently listed and sold our 600-acre property in Baker County, Florida, which contained a large custom-built home on the St. Mary’s River. Hunter handled every aspect of the sale of our property with professionalism. He personally oversaw every detail for the Seller and the Buyer that at times was complicated. We look forward to doing business with Hunter again. He has also become a trusted friend.”
Now that we are fully moved and settling in, Carolyn and I wanted to thank Matt and Live Water Properties for the diligence, patience and expertise. Moving 1,800 miles while vetting easements, multiple water rights, land trusts and public land access (on top of the usual issues with any real estate purchase) could have been overwhelming. By making this process efficient and bringing clarity, Matt was key to us realizing a dream. We could not be happier with our purchase!
When listing Huckleberry, I asked only two things of Hunter… I wanted him to communicate with me regularly and work hard. Being in the Real Estate industry for many years, I understand buyers can’t be fabricated, and he would have an arduous task ahead. His marketing, including the use of drone photography and social media, have paid off for our listing. Hunter is very knowledgeable and up to date on the opportunities that exist in the timber and hunting land market, and he is willing to spend time with seller and buyers to make the sale successful for each party. I highly recommend Hunter Brant, would use him again, and feel as though I have made a lifelong friend.