Originally traversed by Native Americans and then homesteaded by various families, The Shamrock Ranch has had a colorful history. It boasts 323 acres of tree-lined rolling hills and rock bluffs, with centerpieces that include a cabin built in the early 1920s and a 100-year-old Quonset barn. As the land was transitioned through new generations of owners, the cabin was restored and an additional large green barn was built on the property.
When the Ranch’s current owners, the Rileys, purchased the farm in February 2019, they did so with the intent to use it for weekend getaways. In addition to serving as a place for hunting, fishing, hiking in the woods and relaxing, Mike and Denise envisioned passing it down to their boys one day to honor its multi-generational roots.