The listing is: Double Dollar Ranch IRR Trust; Brown, William W & Gordon Beh.
Mr. Beh is not in my Brown file- he may be a younger one; he lives in SLS.
The total acreage of land: 1,740; and many more acres leased from the BLM. The Ranch is a mixture of irrigated farm land and ranchland. That's one HUGE place to take care of.
Total number of structures: 6, all on the home place.
1. The home of Genielle and Winn Brown. Built 1920 (we've seen)
2. 3 single wide Mobile Homes, 1 and 2 bdrm., 1976-77models.
3. Retail Store, 1700 Sq. ft., built in 1930
4. A 200 Sq. ft. tool shed. (Geez, picky picky)
Total Value of land and structures: $627, 538
To me, the structures were assessed a bit high, at abt. $110,000.Depending on the class of land, some lots are valued far higher than others; one 80 acre lot is only worth 7,673- YIKES. Can you imagine what 80 acres next to Las Vegas would be worth?
I am sure Winn is very proud of his home place. Speaking of, how do you cut something like that up between all the kids? A legal nightmare, if you ask me. I've seen 2 siblings fight over everything but the hangers in the closet.
Comments? Thoughts? Learning about land from all over, aren't we?