At Dixie Ranch, the past and present are seamlessly interwoven into a Western paradise. The property encompasses 64 acres, bisected by Unionville Road. Buena Vista Creek flows through the 37-acre south parcel, where you’ll find the recently remodeled main home. With over 3,000 square feet, it still maintains a cozy and inviting feel. The hand-hewn rock fireplace is a welcoming focal point in the living room, and numerous windows allow for plenty of natural light. The home has 3 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms, including a recently added master suite. The loft offers a sleeping nook and sitting area, and the basement provides ample storage. This open floor plan lends itself well to indoor gatherings, and there is plenty of room on the expansive patios and decks to enjoy the beautiful setting outdoors.
The 1,200 square foot garage is insulated and heated, has 12-foot ceilings, 220 power, and an RV bay. Guests are comfortably lodged in the 1,200-square-foot two-bedroom, one-bathroom apartment upstairs.
The 26-acre north parcel is improved with a new 2,100 square foot three-bedroom, two-bathroom caretaker residence and a shop. It also holds Nevada’s oldest extant schoolhouse—a structure that has witnessed generations of change. While history has been preserved, the addition of a bar and band area has transformed the old schoolhouse into the perfect venue for social gatherings and special events.
If you’re bringing your horses and livestock, the fenced and irrigated pastures are ready to accommodate them. With the 40’ x 60’ climate-controlled greenhouse, you have the opportunity to source all of your food right on your own property.
You’ll discover a host of recreational opportunities on the ranch and in the surrounding area. Practice your best shot on your personal shooting range, or play a pickup game at the new half-court basketball court. The property adjoins BLM land and is in Game Management Unit 43. Mule deer, elk, quail, and chukar, and other wildlife abound in the surrounding canyons and mountains. Fish for trout in your own private creek and pond, or take a short drive to the nearby Rye Patch State Recreation Area, which is stocked annually with white bass, wipers, crappie, channel catfish, black bass, and walleye. For those not fishing, there are opportunities for boating, canoeing, kayaking, & paddle boarding.
Few properties offer the beauty, elegance, and versatility of Dixie Ranch. Make it your home and retreat from the pressures of modern society, or share its beautiful and unique features as a commercial venture.
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