Colorado Centaur Mountain Ranch Evergreen, Colorado | County: Jefferson | Acres: 456
Centaur Mountain Ranch consists of 456 acres and is one of the few remaining large ranches left in the Evergreen, Colorado area. The ranch is a combination of lush grass hay meadows, rock outcroppings and forests of Ponderosa pine and aspen trees. The easily traversed hillsides offer an excellent selection of the 26 county approved building sites, many with views of Mt. Evans, Longs Peak, and the surrounding mountainous areas. The ranch offers plenty of room for horseback riding; in the meadows, on trails and on the old logging roads. Formerly operated as a boarding stable and currently as a small cattle operation, the ranch has possibilities for many uses incorporating the conserved open space and ideal habitat for deer, elk, and other wildlife, many of which you will see while riding on the property. Centaur Meadows Ranch is equally attractive as a private family retreat or as a unique investment opportunity with development as the final exit strategy.
Silver Creek Ranch in Colorado Mancos, Colorado | County: Montezuma | Acres: 400+/-
Silver Creek Ranch is a stunning 400 +/-acre ranch surrounded by the San Juan National Forest, located in Montezuma County, Colorado, approximately 20 miles west of Durango. The West Fork of the Mancos River and Silver Creek flow through the ranch, offering excellent water resources for the abundant wildlife. In addition, there is a two-acre pond and beaver ponds. The river, the stream, the pond, and the beaver ponds all have populations of Brook trout. This ranch is heavily treed with gamble oak, mature ponderosa pines and stands of aspen trees. There are many roads and trails that run throughout the ranch that are ideal for horseback riding, hiking, snowshoeing and all-terrain vehicles. The entry to the ranch is a new high quality, all weather road.
Singing Hills Land Tract in Colorado Parker, Colorado | County: Elbert | Acres: 125
Located in Elbert County, Singing Hills Land Tract consists of 125+/- acres of vacant grazing land adjoining County Road 166 just east of CR 13. The property has an agricultural zoning and consists of gently rolling and rolling grassland that has historically been used for grazing lands and is well suited for development with its present location in Elbert County and along a paved roadway. The property has a southeasterly view shed and overlooks the desirable Running Creek valley, and also has Pikes Peak views from several vantage points. Singing Hills Land Tract is desirable as a small ranch, equestrian property or for sub-division development.
Sixteen Mile Creek Canyon Ranch in Montana Bozeman, Montana | County: Gallatin | Acres: 540+/-
Located close to Bozeman, Montana and in the heart of the Bridger Mountain Range on Hatfield Mountain, Sixteen Mile Creek Canyon Ranch has breathtaking views as the mountain canyon opens 540+/- private acres, which make up the ranch. The ranch is adjacent to the National Forest, surrounded by larger ranches and is located in a corridor that is known for its excellent hunting opportunities and big bull elk, mule deer, whitetail deer, and black bear. Plus, the property features over a mile of the famed Sixteen Mile Creek traversing through the lower portion of the property producing excellent trout fishing. Pasture for cattle can be leased for summer grazing income. This ranch is ideal for an investment buyer or recreational enthusiast.
Tybar Ranch Garfield County Parcel Carbondale, Colorado | County: Garfield | Acres: 124+/-
The 124 +/-acre Garfield County Land Parcel, located in the central Rocky Mountains is 30 minutes from Aspen, in one of Colorado’s most desirable and appealing areas characterized by an average of 295 days of sunshine, low humidity, mild winters and comfortable summers. This uniquely situated property with incredible mountain and valley views, is flat acreage on the north side of Tybar Ranch offering an elusive combination of wilderness, privacy and convenience. Surrounded by open ranch land and BLM wilderness, this nearly 125-acre parcel is irrigated farmland in Garfield County with unobstructed 360 degree panoramic views of Mt. Sopris, the Crystal River and Roaring Fork Valleys and lots and lots of wilderness and wildlife. You create your dream mountain ranch retreat where three-to-four single family homes are possible. Airports in Aspen, Eagle and Rifle provide transportation with an hour to this special place.
Windsong Ranch in Colorado Gardner, Colorado | County: Heurfano | Acres: 325
The Windsong Ranch is situated north of the Huerfano River Valley near Gardner, Colorado, on the southwestern slope of Green Horn Mountain. This area is a community of working and recreational ranches located 3½ hours from the Denver metro area and 2 hours from Colorado Springs. This 325-acre ranch boasts stunning 360-degree mountain views. Only a mile from the front gate is the San Isabel National Forest and the Greenhorn Mountain Wilderness. The charming, mountain house is beautifully sited above Turkey Creek, a year-round, freestone stream. With a total of 3,840 square feet (1,920 square feet finished), the home offers comfortable living and is totally private has an open floor plan, cathedral ceiling and large picture-frame windows provide a sweeping view of the mountains. To the west and southwest are the majestic Sangre de Cristo Mountains with ten 14,000-foot peaks. Several dozen are over 13,000 feet. This ranch is a rare find as it has all the attributes many buyers are looking for such as live water, good agricultural production, a newer residence, hunting, fishing, and year-round recreational activities that include hiking, horseback riding, biking and 4-wheeling. The ranch is accessible year-round.
Resolis Ranch in Colorado Matheson, Colorado | County: Elbert | Acres: 2,046+/-
Resolis Ranch contains 2,046+/- acres of deeded lands with varying land types which provide agricultural, recreational and esthetic amenities. The property has convenient location to Denver, and is approximately 50 miles northeast from Colorado Springs. The upland grassland provides excellent grazing for livestock and home to the areas antelope herds. The cottonwood tree lined Big Sandy Creek bottom provides winter pasture and protection for livestock as well as habitat for resident mule deer and turkey. The combination of grassland and river bottom makes this a rare and unique opportunity. Additional land is available.