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Featured MarketsMajestic. Tranquil. Enduring.

  • Published Saturday, May 12, 2012
  • Updated on Friday, May 25, 2012

If a fine trophy ranch, legendary horse farm or an iconic rural retreat is your definition of the perfect lifestyle, then we invite you to explore the many extraordinary farm and ranch style locations we have presence in all over the world. Here are some of our featured markets.

Calgary, Alberta, Canada

Since the early 1900’s Calgary and the surrounding area has had active ranches to help support the economy and culture, whether it was cattle ranches and supporting businesses or later on by cultivating crops. This tradition lives on today with active ranches throughout Southern Alberta, and the Calgary Stampede, which is celebrating 100 years in 2012. View More

Sierraville, California, USA

Sierraville in Sierra County, California, offers remnants of both early ranching and logging.  Sierraville is deeply rooted in cattle ranching, with many historic ranches still active today.  At any given time you can see working cowboys riding across a field along the highway or throwing bales of hay into their pickup truck. View More

Front Range, Colorado, USA

Housing in the Colorado Front Range varies from cozy bungalows to country estates on acres of property. Horse properties and small farms offer fine country living in rural areas. No matter where you settle here, there's much to do, from cultural and recreational opportunities to great sports, shopping, dining and more. View More

Eagle County, Colorado, USA

Eagle County boasts land that is perfectly suited for horse properties, and ranches can be found intermingled throughout the protected land of this vast and scenic state. Colorado is extremely diverse in terms of its topography, vegetation, population and climates. View More

Telluride, Colorado, USA

Set within the greatest density of 14,000-foot peaks in the lower 48 states, the Telluride region is often referred to as the “Switzerland of America” for its dramatic peaks, rolling meadows, winding river valleys and picturesque Victorian mining towns. View More

Wellington, Florida, USA

Wellington defines the equestrian lifestyle, from hiking trails to show grounds to world-class polo facilities. It’s one of the few places in the world that offers a comfortable home to every discipline of riding, and it has some of the finest equestrian exhibits in the world. View More

Atlanta, Georgia, USA

While Atlanta is certainly a bustling city, many residents prefer a more rural retreat to call home or even visit only on weekends to escape the city. Sitting on a pristine wrap-around porch, sipping sweet tea and overlooking acres of rolling green pastures dotted with a variety of sturdy trees is what many experience on the farms in Georgia. View More

Lexington, Kentucky, USA

Located at the heart of Central Kentucky’s scenic Bluegrass region, Lexington is known around the world for its beautiful landscape and for producing world-class race horses. The limestone rock just under the surface of its famed rolling hills might just be the secret ingredient for both! View More

Central, Sunriver and Bend, Oregon, USA

In 1849 Oregon exploded as an agricultural goldmine. Today, whether you find your adventures in the mountains, ranches, at sea or across rugged terrain, Oregon has something for everyone. View More

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