News / Events Archive

WSJ - Mansion
Fri, 06/15/2018 - 09:15

Lone Pine Ranch

A Northern California ranch owned by the descendants of the late Dean Witter, founder of hte eponymous investment bank, is asking $31 million. Called Lone Pine Ranch,... [read more]

 

The Land Report
Wed, 05/09/2018 - 14:30

Mesa Vista Ranch makes a statement throughout this Texas edition.

Texas 2018

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C-Suite Quarterly Spring 2018
Wed, 04/25/2018 - 09:15

In November 2017, T. Boone Pickens Jr. publicly announced he was seeking a buyer for his prized Texas ranch, a vast swath of land encompassing nearly 100 square miles that he began accumulating in the late 1970s. As the oil magnate and businessman, who turns 90 in May, considers his legacy, he has expressed interest in passing on the property to a person or entity whose conservation ethic aligns with his own. [read full articleMesa Vista Ranch

 

 

 

 

 

Unique Homes
Wed, 04/11/2018 - 09:30

Hall and Hall's, Elliott Davenport, Jr. and Brian Smith assist in providing insight to Land Value.  [read more]

Motherwell and Cane Mill

 

The Wall Street Journal
Fri, 01/26/2018 - 15:15

Readers pick their favorite Mansion-featured home of 2017: A sprawling, windswept ranch in Montana that's still on the market for $12 million; 121,544 votes cast in poll. Dancing Wind Ranch

After a year of political drama and weather disasters, a secluded mountain retreat seemed just the answer for House of the Year voters.

In the contest, readers pick their favorite homes from among the winners of the year's previous House of the Week polls, which typically feature three homes for sale each week. In total, 121,544 votes were cast.

The top U.S. home was a ranch in Montana. An Adirondacks getaway was in the second spot, while a Hawaii mansion came in third. Outside the U.S., a Mediterranean-inspired spread on Australia's Coral Sea was the most popular pick. [read more]

 

 

 

Open Fences - Winter 2017/2018
Tue, 01/09/2018 - 14:00

Bill McDavid Photography

 

Whether it is the small, lively crutaceans that scamper along the bottom of the river bed, the aquatic plants that lean and shift with the curent, or the fish that dart about in their search for food, there is a lens that tries to capture it all. Moving slowly and purposefully, the camera glides into range of its target, a Westslope Cutthroat Trout with as much energy and liveliness as it has signature black spots running along its back. [read more]