November 15, 2019
The North Loup River Ranch near Brewster, Neb., just hit the market for $11,956,875. Hall and Hall has the listing.
The ranch boasts a historic 8,313 square-foot lodge with seven bedrooms, a manager’s house, paved runway, solar-powered livestock water pumps and pipelines, and numerous other improvements. It supports a profitable 650-700 cow-calf plus yearling operation with minimal labor needs and simplified management.
With over 3 miles of frontage along the North Loup River, the property consists of around 9,565 deeded acres of native Sandhill range, sub-irrigated meadows, wooded sanctuaries and shelter belts, and irrigated hay fields. Its river frontage, associated meadows, bottoms, ponds, and mature timber make it a wildlife mecca that supports a thriving deer and turkey population.
One unique factoid about the ranch is that when the lodge was built in the 1950s it was the largest home between Denver and Omaha.
View the full listing on Hall and Hall’s website.
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