The Nojack Log Home Hideaway is located just ninety minutes west of Greater Edmonton. Whether looking to escape the concrete jungle on weekends or wish to live closer to your work this Log Home Hideaway is truly a Diamond in the rough. Situated on a full quarter section it is located in Yellowhead County, south of Nojack, only four kilometres off Highway Sixteen.
2018, 2019 and 2020 Crop Years: If you’re a grain farmer in the LaGlace / Valhalla area of the County of Grande Prairie, this 3-year lease will be of interest to you. The perfect opportunity to add directly to your bottom line without any increased capital expenditure. A chance to add increased economies of scale to your existing farming operation. Think it is too far away to travel for one quarter? The Owner has two other quarters, in close proximity, that will be coming up for lease starting next year.
On March 15, 2018, CLHbid.com will be auctioning off one of the largest privately owned high-grade aggregate deposits in Western Canada. The land is only thirteen miles south of Crooked Creek off Highway 43 and has pavement to within 6 miles. There is currently a high-grade road right to the property, with an Industrial Road Use with the MD of Greenview having been obtained by the past operator of the test pit. There are no hills to climb when taking crushed product from the land.
If you’re a County of Grande Prairie grain farmer looking for an ultimate Bentley test drive you need to consider the Martineau Farms seven quarters of land up for lease in 2018. Test drive the land for one crop and buy it when it comes up for auction this fall.
The Beau Saada Ranch is situated 35 kilometers northwest of Grande Prairie and 8 kilometers east of Beaverlodge, Alberta. Adjoining the designated Natural Area of Saskatoon Mountain, the Ranch offers panoramic views to the south and west as far as the eye can see. The Ranch is a remnant of foothills boreal forest surrounded by Agricultural land and the Ranch itself is an equal reflection of both.
The Point is undoubtedly one of the most unique pieces of deeded recreational property in Northern Alberta. Bar none. The parcel, located 12 kilometres NE of Teepee Creek, on the upper bank of the Smoky River has it all. Including sky-high open arable land, spectacular rugged banks leading down to a gulley along the south boundary, heavily treed areas, and a space shuttle view to the east. Whether you’re an avid hunter or merely enjoy the solitude of the outdoors, this is a prime property to own outright and build a cabin on.
The residence is an exceptionally well-built three-bedroom home. Which has been maintained to perfection with only two owners since construction. Sitting at the top of a rise, the view to the east takes in the hamlet of LaGlace which offers all the amenities such as banking, school, churches and an arena. The property includes 12’ x 12’ pump house with unique windmill, 8’ x 10’ shed, 8’ x 12’ shed, 4’x 8’ Garden Shed and 7’ x 16’ Wood shed.
Looking for that large block of contiguous farm or ranch land to compliment your current mixed farming operation? Or perhaps just looking to increase the economies of scale of your current grain operation with the addition of a large parcel of prime land for cropping? Whatever it is the Ryan Farm located 80 km north-east of Fort St. John, B.C. (near Peejay) is sure to be the answer.
Situated almost midpoint between Spirit River and Dawson Creek near Gordondale, Alberta and just two miles north of secondary Highway 49, you find a spread of exceptional land, seemingly dropped in from Saskatchewan. As a young man from the Rosetown area of that Province, no doubt Mr. Potratz knew what he was looking for when he came to the Peace River Country in search of prime land.
The Kleskun Hills Bison Ranch (‘KHBR’) was established in 1999 by owners Dave King, Ric Peterson and Dean Swanberg. Over the next 19 years they built a world class bison ranch, assembling thirty-two (32) quarter sections of land. Thirty (30) of the quarter sections are contiguous surrounding the Kleskun Natural Park just east of the City of Grande Prairie, AB bordering the north perimeter of divided HWY 43.