3 Properties That Work
These luxurious homes can generate income.
In Dillon, Mont., Horse Prairie Ranch offers more than 30,000 acres of land and was rated one of the 10 Best Places to be a Cowboy by “USA Today.” Listed for $14.9 million, Horse Prairie Ranch is not only a working ranch, it is also a guest ranch. The ranch opens its gates to clients who come to participate in cattle drives, guided hunts, branding and trout fishing. In addition, the property runs a commercial head of Black Angus cows and can carry between 500 and 750 mother cows.Source: Dave Johnson, Hall and Hall, Bozeman, Mont.
Sumptuous wine, a staple of the Provence region of France, is just one highlight of this enchanting property. The working vineyard produces 75,000 bottles of wine per year (on average) and is renowned for its white, rosé and red wines. Whether hosting tasting competitions or a small gathering in the property’s wine warehouse or cellar, you’ll find this home will please even the most discerning palettes. Listed for approximately $2.269 million, the property features an 18th-century main residence masterfully built in the Provencal style.
Source: Agence 107 Promenade, Nice, France
Currently producing fresh fruits and vegetables, Mount Edgecombe Plantation is a historic, 26-acre working plantation in Grenada, West Indies. The 18th-century plantation house rests above the Caribbean, ensuring privacy and the most astonishing views. At present, the home features six bedrooms and a great room with an eye-catching backdrop; with the addition of four bedrooms, the $2.75 million plantation would qualify under the Hotel Encouragement Act.
— Lauren Varga