Indian Hills Ranch
Sterling, Colorado | County: Logan | 50 Acres
Indian Hills Ranch is an exceptional rural lifestyle property developed to support “on or off-grid” electric or solar power capability. Located just 2 hours from Denver and easily accessed off Interstate 76, the property is capable. Located nine miles east of Sterling, Colorado, the ranch offers country living at its finest with a beautiful private custom grade home on 50+/- acres. Comprising 12,053 square feet (9,701 livable), the home is stucco with log accents consists of four bedroom, 5 1/2 bathrooms on two floors as well as a partial basement. With multiple decks, dry and wet saunas and an indoor pool the home affords luxury living. Mature landscaping and a country feel make this a ‘gem’ on the eastern plains of Colorado.
Indian Hills Ranch offers a grand country custom estate home with horse barn, corrals and beautiful pasture. The property is very private, easily accessed from a paved road and an easy commute to the Denver area. If you are looking for all the comforts of home in a rural lifestyle or retreat, Indian Hills Ranch will not disappoint.See More Details
Provides 50 deeded acres and has a new 2021 state-of-the-art, off-the-grid solar system with 30, 370-watt Titan panels, Solar Edge inverter and storage batteries. This system will sustain the electrical system of the property.
Scenic backdrop to the east and the open western skies allow for dramatic sunsets. The land is fenced into grass pastures which along with the horse barn and pens allows for a small horse operation. Operationally, the home has an electric well, 7,000-gallon storage tank and a septic system.LOCATION & ACCESS
Indian Hills Ranch is located approximately 9 miles east of Sterling, Colorado. There is year-round access from paved State Highway 61. To access the ranch from Sterling, travel east on I-76 Business/US-6 E for 2.1 miles; turn right onto CO-61 S for 7.1 miles to the destination.
Several towns and cities in proximity to the property include:
• Sterling, Colorado (population 13,961) ~ 9 miles west
• Sidney, Nebraska (population 6,620) ~ 51 miles north
• Fort Morgan, Colorado (population 11,281) ~ 53 miles southwest
• Ogallala, Nebraska (population 4,538) ~ 95 miles northeast
• Greeley, Colorado (population 105,448) ~ 101 miles west
• Fort Collins, Colorado (population 143,986) ~ 112 miles west
• Cheyenne, Wyoming (population 63,624) ~ 128 miles northwest
• Denver, CO Metro Area (population 3,277,309) ~ 134 miles southwest
Indian Hills Ranch offers a warm country feel in a private setting and comprising 12,053 sq. ft., with 9,701 livable sq. ft. with four bedrooms and five and a half bathrooms. Newly updated with an Off Grid solar system capable of running the home. The exterior is stucco with log accents and a metal roof with large front and back porches. Mature landscaping and trees are complimented with underground sprinkler system and automatic drip line.
The main floor of the home features a spacious kitchen, formal dining room, great room, office and master bedroom.
The custom kitchen has a Viking double oven with 6-burners and a gridle, a Sub-zero refrigerator, under counter microwave and island with a sink. The kitchen has a large breakfast bar and a dining nook. The kitchen cabinets are oak and the floors oak hardwood. There is a butler’s pantry that passes through to the large formal dining room. The pantry has numerous shelves a sink, refrigerator and dishwasher.
The main floor master bedroom has a gas fireplace, full bath and walk-in closet. There is a set of stairs that leads down to a second bathroom and walk-in closet.
A large Great room offers a wood fire-place and vaulted ceilings with exposed beams offering a grand feel to this country estate.
An office is located off the main entrance foyer with built-in bookcases. Also located on the main level is a half bath and laundry room with built-in cabinets and a sink.
The second story of the home features two bedrooms and a bath room. There is a family room, bonus room with shelves, and storage.
The basement has a family room with large oak entertainment center, bar, a bedroom and two bathrooms. There is a full kitchen with refrigerator, dishwasher, range and a washer and dryer along with two storage areas.
This country estate offers an indoor heated pool with automatic roll cover. The pool area offers a shower and bathroom exercise room, steam shower and sauna along with lower cabinets, a sink and icemaker.
Heated with hot water boiler and radiant baseboards, the home is very efficient. There is a three-car attached garage which is heated and insulated, with shelves and a work bench. Each door has an automatic door opener.A matching stucco sided Horse Barn compliments the residence and includes a pole round pen and fenced horse pastures.
The City of Sterling has over 17 parks, 5 with dedicated concrete walking paths. Pioneer Park, the largest city park, located on the west edge of town also has a wooded walking area. The Parks, Library, and Recreation Department is currently working to develop new paths and trails along the riverside property.
The Overland Trail Recreation area provides a nice stop for residents and visitors to picnic in natural surroundings. It is a nice leisure walk around the pond and fishing too.
North Sterling State Park and Reservoir offers the opportunity for boating, water sports, fishing, and camping.
The South Platte River Valley offers tremendous opportunity for upland game gird and water fowl hunting.
Known as the Queen City of the Plains, Sterling is located in Logan County in the Northeastern corner of Colorado on Interstate 76. Having the largest population, estimated at approximately 14,777, of those communities in Colorado east of Pueblo, Sterling is the regional shopping hub for Northeast Colorado and Southwest Nebraska. The Logan County Chamber of Commerce has links to the local businesses in Sterling.
The major employers in Sterling include Northeastern Junior College, the RE-1 Valley School system, Sykes Enterprises, a computer software customer services company, and the Sterling Correctional Facility.
Sterling is the major shopping hub for most of northern eastern Colorado and hosts stores like Wal-Mart, The Home Depot, Maurice’s, and The Buckle, as well as many local retailers located primarily on Main Street. Six different banks have branches in Sterling and there are local AM and FM radio stations as well as a local television station, and a long-established regional newspaper, the Sterling Journal Advocate and South Platte Sentinel.
Sterling is the home of Northeastern Junior College, a residential two-year college. Sterling is also the location of the RE-1 Valley School District. The schools consist of: Hagen Early Education Center, Ayres Elementary (K-2), Campbell Elementary (3- 5), Caliche Elementary (PK-6), Caliche Jr. High, Sterling Middle School, Caliche High School, Sterling High School. Sterling is a regional center for health care and is home of the Sterling Regional Medical Center.
Crosson Field Municipal Airport serves Sterling, but there are no scheduled flights available from there. The closest airport served by scheduled flights is Denver International Airport, located 121 miles west of Sterling.
Denver, Colorado: Denver International Airport is open 24-hours-a-day, seven days a week and is served by most major airlines and select charters, providing nonstop daily service to more than 130 national and international destinations. For more information, visit the official website for Denver International Airport at www.flydenver.com.