Coming Soon! The Historic Fourr Ranch

The Historic Fourr Ranch possesses a perfect mix of a functioning cattle ranch, rich history, and amazing headquarters location. Steeped in history this ranch is a rare find. The ranch runs 300 head of cattle year round and includes 1280 deeded acres. For a private showing, pre-qualified customers should contact Scott Thacker at 520-444-7069 or ScottThacker@mail.com

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The Historic Fourr Ranch

Location– Dragoon AZ

Acreage

Deeded – 1289+/- Deeded Acres (per the assessor)

Parcel #’s 120-22-002B (1248.77 Acres), 120-22-002A (40.6 Acres)

State – 11,620+/- Acres (AZ State Land Department Lease # 05-33)

Forest – Dragoon Allotment- 4700+/- Acres

Fourr Canyon Allotment- 3,689 acres, Allotment #501101

Carrying Capacity – 300 Head Year Long

-USFS is rated at 100 cows and 10 bulls year round

-AZ State Land Department 180 head year round

-Deeded Land runs 20 head year round

History- There are many items of interest related to the history of the ranch and immediate area.

-The headquarters and ranch were a stage stop from late 1800’s.

-First Battle at Dragoon Springs

-Second Battle at Dragoon Springs

-Earp Vendetta Ride

-Amerind Foundation

Elevation/Terrain – The state and deeded land is located 4200′ to 5200′ above sea level. This is a high grassland with a lightly rolling terrain over looking the San Pedro Valley and nestled up to a mountain canyon.

The forest terrain includes the deep Fourr Canyon with surrounding peaks. Located at 5300′ elevation and runs as high as 6700′ elevation.

Vegetation – Gramma Grasses, Love Grass, Oak Trees, Junipers, Walnut, Sycamore, Cotton Woods and Mesquites.

Pastures and Traps- There are thirteen pastures plus two small horse traps at the headquarters.

Waters –

Fourr Canyon Well- This is an 80 foot well that is pumped by solar to create a siphon. The siphon fills 115,000+/- gallons of storage, the ranch headquarters, miles of pipe line and Drinkers.

Springs- There are multiple springs on the ranch. The most notable spring is located southeast of the Headquarters with others on the forest (Cave Spring/Bear Tank). One spring is located on deeded land known as Little Spring.

Wells- Lizard Well, Cathedral Well and Fourr Canyon Well.

Pipeline- Over eleven miles of pipeline serving twelve troughs. Pipeline needs repair or replacement in areas.

Dirt Tanks- There are 16 dirt tanks, 8 of those tanks hold water through a majority of the year. However, the ranch relies on the wells, springs and pipelines for consistent water.

Corrals-

There is new set of steel working corrals with large pens for holding and feeding at the headquarters. The pens are large enough to hold the entire stocking rate. The facilities include a New Arrowquip Squeeze Chute, sweep/tub, 16’ adjustable alley and 90 degree load out.

Another set of steel pens are located on the western edge of the ranch on state land.

Electricity-

Power is served to the Headquarters by Sulphur Springs Valley Electric.

Taxes and Fees
2018 property taxes $8530.18
AZ State Grazing Fee $3.45 per AUM
USFS Grazing Fee $2.11 per AUM

Cattle and Equipment– None are included with the sale. Cattle and equipment may be purchased by private treaty.

Improvements

Headquarters Housing-

The Main House, is originally a stage stop built in 1875. This home is tastefully updated while maintaining the beauty of the properties history. A modernized adobe with thick walls and soaring ceilings. The overall feel of this house lends a person to believe they have arrived at the Ponderosa. This home has been updated to include granite counters and a copper roof. There is an indoor spa on the sun porch.

The Cowboy Managers House, a this is a great 3 bed 2 bath home, with tile floors, spaced from the other houses, and centered to the Mountain Canyon and views below. The home has a full size kitchen, copper roof and would be very comfortable for an entire family.

The Forest Edge House, this home is family sized and furthest from the other homes. The home boasts custom mesquite wood counter tops, tile floors, and is located at the entrance to the forest.

The Horse Barn, is a very large Quonset hut with stalls on each side, tack room and a possible office.

Shop, A 45×80 metal shop, with electric and a concrete floor.

The Historic Fourr Ranch possesses a perfect mix of a functioning cattle ranch, rich history, and amazing headquarters location. Steeped in history this ranch is a rare find. The ranch runs 300 head of cattle year round and includes 1280 deeded acres. For a private showing, pre-qualified customers should contact Scott Thacker at 520-444-7069 or ScottThacker@mail.com

Asking Price- $3,950,000.00

Contact: Scott Thacker 520-444-7069

ScottThacker@mail.com www.StrongholdCo.com

Information acquired through various sources and while deemed accurate, Stronghold Ranch Real Estate makes no guarantees herein and all potential buyers are advised to have any studies buyer deems necessary to achieve buyer’s satisfaction. Seller certifies that the information contained on this sheet is true and complete to the best of the Sellers knowledge.