Almosta Ranch Scottsdale, Arizona | County: Maricopa | Acres: 30
Owned and developed by the iconic, Al Dunning, a 45 time World and Reserve champion trainer, Almosta Ranch consists of nearly 30 acres in three tax parcels with room to expand. The property boasts four barns with 42 stalls and amenities as well as multiple arenas and working pens, panel walker, hay barn, pastures, well and storage tanks. In addition to the beautiful spacious main home with three bedrooms and three-car garage there are four other homes for employees and guests. The professional grade equestrian facilities lie on less than half the land allowing for expansion or the ability to sell off the vacant lands. This property has what it takes to make champions, and has a proven track record for success.
Bull Springs Skyline Forest Bend, Oregon | County: Deschutes | Acres: 33,000
Bull Springs Skyline Forest, located just minutes west of Bend, Oregon, is an active tree farm and recreational property that covers 32,995+/- contiguous, deeded acres and borders the Deschutes National Forest. The property has significant long-term appreciation potential with opportunity for sustainable timber management, abundant recreation in combination with residential and mixed-use development.
South Ute Pass Ranch Divide, Colorado | County: Teller | Acres: 332
South Ute Pass Ranch is 332 +/- glorious acres directly adjacent to the town of Divide, Colorado. Hwy 67 frontage plus Highway 24 frontage. Twin Creek runs through this property and there are seasonal small springs as well along the creek bed. Historically used for cattle grazing, good grass and bottom ground makes this a great horse property with lots of level area for out buildings or an arena. Large portions are heavily treed and there can be good access from Highway 67. Pikes Peak views from this parcel are amazing. Some commercial potential may exist along the highways.
North Ute Pass Ranch Divide, Colorado | County: Teller | Acres: 1,145
North Ute Pass Ranch consists of 1,145 acres and borders Hwy 24 on the south and County 51 on the north. There is a nice sized lake and Pikes Peak views, plus varied terrain. Historically this property has been used for cattle grazing and hunting lease, and has a resident elk herd. Potential for a future conservation easement.
Baldy Creek Mountain Ranch New Castle, Colorado | County: Garfield | Acres: 440
This 440-acre property is located 15 miles south of the Colorado River outside of New Castle, Colorado. This mountain property sits adjacent to BLM on the south and is surrounded by expansive panoramic mountain views. A seasonal shared road crosses the neighbors and leads to open meadows, oak brush and aspen tree groves along with 2 stock ponds and a seasonal spring. A unique feature of this property is the 3+/- miles of interior roads making access and touring a breeze for ATV or side by side. A great hunting property with many locations for an off-grid cabin. The uniqueness of this property lies in its endless potential. Available in its entirety $722,000 or divided in two – 220 acre parcels available $358,000 - $397,000.
NW Ute Pass Ranch Divide, Colorado | County: Teller | Acres: 169
169+/- acres to be determined by future survey. The west end of Ute Pass (Maytag) Ranch will be a stand alone parcel of size to be agreed upon by participating parties. Unique opportunity to own a beautiful piece of timbered recreational ground with multiple homesites. Pikes Peak views from the north end. Rock formations, spring, aspen groves, pine and spruce. Active elk population. Future development potential for the buyer.
Silver Creek Ranch Mancos, Colorado | County: Montezuma | Acres: 400
Silver Creek Ranch is a stunning 400 +/-acre ranch located near Mancos, Montezuma County, Colorado, approximately 20 miles west of Durango, and is surrounded by the San Juan National Forest. The West Fork of the Mancos River and Silver Creek flow through the ranch, offering excellent water sources for the abundant wildlife. Both of these streams and a beaver pond have populations of Brook trout. In addition, there are two ponds that have been stocked with Rainbow trout. The ranch is heavily treed with mature Ponderosa pines, stands of Aspen trees and Gamble oak. There are many roads and trails that run throughout the ranch which are ideal for horseback riding, hiking, snowshoeing and all-terrain vehicles. The entrance to the ranch is a new high quality, all weather road.