Platinum 320 - Redcliff, AB

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Platinum 320 - Redcliff, AB Parcel

Platinum 320 - Redcliff, AB Sold - AB

Sold on November 9, 2021

Check out this half-section immediately north of Redcliff, Alberta.  This 320-acre parcel offers good fences, great natural drainage, an abundance of native grasses and passive income from Surface Lease Revenue.  

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As any early-rising, hardworking rancher knows, a hot cup of coffee and a good truck are the key to success.  Just like the Platinum truck has a list of features to entice the most demanding rancher and a reputation for being best in class, ‘Platinum 320’ is no different: it is fully loaded with value that makes it stand out from the rest.  ‘Platinum 320’ is a half-section located just one and a half miles north of Redcliff, Alberta.  Head straight north of the Trans-Canada highway on Range Road 64 and you will find yourself on the eastern boundary of this contiguous half-section.  Access can be gained to the property by an unimproved road that runs along the southern boundary.

The town of Redcliff, also known as the Greenhouse Capital of the Prairies, borders the city of Medicine Hat to the south and east, is bisected by the Trans-Canada Highway and is located on the north bank of the South Saskatchewan River.  Redcliff’s history began in the 1880’s with the discovery of abundant coal and natural gas reserves.  The primary industries that support the local economy now relate to oil and gas as well as a sizable greenhouse industry.  As well as being a safe and vibrant community with a rich history, the red shale cliffs overlooking the river offer beautiful views. 

After being off the market for decades, this fully-loaded half-section is finally available for the next lucky owner.  To say land like this does not come along very often is an understatement.  Stair Ranches started raising horses and cereal crops here in 1883; in the dry years the crops were watered by wagons which were filled at the river and pulled through the coulees up to the grain fields.  ‘Platinum 320’ now boasts good fences and abundant native grasses that enjoyed very little grazing in 2021.  This half-section offers great natural drainage to the creek that runs through the north half, and a large dugout.  With further enhancements, ‘Platinum 320’ could be converted into cropland that mirrors the surrounding farmland.  With passive income from Surface Lease Revenue and zoning opportunities, ‘Platinum 320’ truly does come fully loaded.

Take advantage of the low starting bid of $575,000 and let ‘Platinum 320’ take care of you like it has taken care of its past owners over the years.

‘Platinum 320’ is being offered for sale by way of online electronic tender by Please check back for updates from time to time.

Bidding ended on November 9, 2021

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