393002 Range Road 9-0, Rocky Mountain House, Clearwater County, Alberta, Canada
52.37409 N 115.15982 W
SMALL PIECE OF PARADISE
Property Features and Overview
choice: make this property your Acreage, Country Estate, Recreational Hide-away, Executive Retreat,
or a Working Ranch. There are 160 acres deeded land, a 2200 sq ft
home with corrals, barns, shop and oilfield revenue of $21,000/year.
Potential rental income from guest suite and pastures could increase this
by another $12,000 to $14,000/year -- combined income would pay
3/4 of your mortgage.
Safe, secure, secluded, the property is surrounded by Crown Land,
and has a year-round stream with beautiful trees and pastures.
Facilities are suitable for cattle, sheep, llama, or horse operation.
This is a Recreational Paradise.
Ride, hunt, fish, hike, cross-Country ski, snowmobile from your
front door. Wildlife of all kinds visit daily.
Lakes and beaches are nearby; boat, swim, camp, water-ski
whenever you like. Enjoy the scenic wonders and wildlife of
Banff and Jasper National Parks, and Calgary and Edmonton shopping
and edntertainment just 2 hours away. See
Kim Elliot, Re/max Real Estate
1-403-844-5494 or Email Kim.
No, it's not Colorado, Idaho, Montana, or Wyoming. It's even better!
It's Alberta, Canada!
"Are" Ranch is located in west-central Alberta, 17 miles southwest
Town of Rocky Mountain House,
Clearwater County, approximately 150 miles northwest
Rocky Mountain House was a fur trading post on the North
Saskatchewan River as far back as 1799. Now located at
the intersection of Highways 11 (David Thompson Highway) and
Highway 22 (Cowboy Trail), it is a hub of activity for oil and gas,
forestry, agricultural, and tourism.
hospital and medical clinic, shopping, restaurants, banks,
motels, camp grounds, and
other services are available in town.
Ranch Slide Show
The modern, energy-efficient open-beam ranch home (1300 sq ft),
built in 2002, is finished in pine log siding over structural
insulated panel walls and roof. An attached two car garage, constructed from
milled logs in 1980, has an immaculate one-bedroom guest suite above
(730 sq ft), with full bath, kitchenette and large living room. Both
overlook pristine woods and pasture land in front and the stream
behind. In addition, a 330 sq ft screened porch "summer kitchen"
with BBQ augments the recreational space.
Ranch house with our
cow herd in the front pasture
Solar panels and a natural-gas-powered generator with inverter and
batteries provide reliable "off-the-grid" independence. Ample clear
water comes easily from a 90 foot drilled well.
Green grass lawns and a rock garden, complete with garden
railway, complement the finish of the ranch house. Massive spruce,
pine, and aspen
trees shelter the home from the weather on three sides, giving an
unobstructed view to the south.
View of rock garden, garden railway, and large screened
porch on west side of ranch house.
There are 160 acres deeded, 120 of which
tame pasture, all accessible by high grade roads. Extensive
cross-fencing, with high-grade galvanized steel gates, affords excellent
control for rotational grazing. Carrying capacity is 50
cow-calf pairs summer grazing (winter feed purchased).
Aerial view of deeded
quarter and a portion of adjacemt grazing lease (foreground) looking a little
east of north, North Saskatchewan River in background, Cowtown at center of photo.
Surrounded on all sides by government land, this property is an
oasis in the wilderness. A year-round stream, 80 foot pine, spruce
and aspen shelterbelts, and ample tame pastures make this a
practical working cattle or horse ranch, personal retreat, rural
residence, private hunting lodge, or all of these.
The ranch sits just 1/2 mile from the North Saskatchewan River and
two miles from the largest Forest Reserve in North America. Hunting,
fishing, hiking, and recreational travel are only yards from the
front door. World-famous Banff and Jasper National Parks are 110
miles from Rocky Mountain House, offering skiing, hiking, and the
spectacular Canadian Rockies scenery. Calgary and Edmonton, bothe 1
million plus population centers, offer everything in shopping and
entertainment that might be desired, and Red Deer is only an hour
away with most big city amenities.
Aerial photo of NE 24-39-9W5 showing internal roads, creek,
drainage, buildings, and pastures.
Cattle handling facilities are modern and in good repair, consisting
of a large hay barn with attached calving pens, heated maternity
barn with bunkhouse, kitchen and office, plus numerous smaller
outbuildings and corrals. A covered shelter over the working chute,
weigh scales, and squeeze keeps the cowboys dry while processing
cows or calves. This area, known as Cowtown, is the envy of the
community and praised by all the vets who have used it to treat a
buildings looking West.
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52.37409 N 115.15982 W
Road Map from
Rocky Mountain House (RMH) to Rocking "Are" Ranch (Ross).
GPS coordinates: 52.37409N 115.15982W ALS