The name of the buyer and the purchase price have not been disclosed, but the property was listed for $105 million. Broker Jeff Hubbard said the new owner is committed to taking good care of the land.
“The profile of the buyer is absolutely ideal,” Hubbard said. “He is one who is a true conservationist and is deeply committed to preserving this national treasure and extraordinary resource. He truly appreciates and embraces the responsibility of ensuring this property remains a reflection of our state’s beautiful landscapes, diverse wildlife and heritage for decades to come.”