Brent Hedrick


Brent Hedrick is a Broker Associate serving clients in Colorado and New Mexico. He enjoys working in the great outdoors and promoting agricultural and recreational properties. His formal education was completed with a degree in Agricultural Business/Economics from Colorado State University. Brent maintains a Certified General Appraiser license and has extensive knowledge on what drives market values for his client’s properties. As a broker and appraiser, he has routinely worked with the parties necessary in finalizing real estate transactions (sellers, buyers, lenders, attorneys, etc.). When you’re ready to buy or sell in Colorado and New Mexico, let Brent and the extensive resources of Hayden Outdoors work to your benefit. When not serving his client’s, Brent prefers to spend time hunting and fishing and is an Endowment Member of the National Rifle Association. Brent and his wife have three children and are grateful forthe opportunity to raise them in the mountains of southern Colorado.
$570,000  •  320 acres
Surrounded on (3) sides by Carson National Forest, and located a short distance south of Tres Piedras, NM, you will find the Bee Bar Ranch - South Parcel. Ease of access is provided by US Highway 285 just one mile to the west via an improved Forest Service Road. The topography of the site is generally level to slightly sloping with a good combination of pinon and juniper tree cover, native grasses, and sagebrush. Approximately 120-acres were previously converted to improved rangeland through the removal of sagebrush and planting of native grass. The parcel provides several building site options and expansive snow-capped views of the Sangre De Cristo Range near Taos. Located within Game Management Unit 50, the larger ranch has historically been issued (2) elk vouchers. There are numerous nearby public access points to explore Carson National Forest with miles of trails for the atv enthusiast, mountain bike rider or hiker. From the parcel, the Ojo Caliente Mineral Springs Resort and Spa is a short drive to the south on Highway 285.The south tract has been recently surveyed-off of a larger 640-acre Forest Service in-holding and will convey with an unrestricted access and electrical utility easements that will extend south from the Forest Service Road along the western boundary of the north parcel. Whether your desire is for a gentleman's horse/cattle ranch, weekend getaway for family gatherings, big game hunting base camp, or construction of your dream home, the Bee Bar Ranch - South Parcel is one to consider.Please call Brent Hedrick for additional details and to schedule a private showing.
$250,000  •  103.41 acres
Located just outside the town of Tierra Amarilla, about 20-minutes south of the historic town of Chama, this 103-acre +/- tract is well-situated with direct access off-of US Highway 64. The Highway 64 route between Tierra Amarilla and Tres Piedras is one of the most scenic routes through northern New Mexico. This property is equally positioned within an approximate 15-minute drive of the 1.5 million-acre Carson National Forest to the east and the Heron and El Vado Lake State Parks to the west. The historic town of Chama is 20-minutes to the north and Santa Fe is an approximate 90-minute drive to the south.The elevation of the parcel increases along the south and west boundaries providing for spectacular panoramic views of both mountains and mesas. Topography varies from pinon, cedar and juniper forested hills to open native grass pasture with a seasonal pond contained along the eastern boundary. A gravel driveway has been improved in extending access from the highway to the southern property boundary. The property also includes a 0.75-acre access easement to Tierra Amarilla Creek (north side of US Highway 64). The parcel is perimeter fenced and has been surveyed. New Mexico GMU #4 is recognized for its trophy mule deer and abundant elk populations with a new owner able to apply for Private Land Elk Authorizations through Game and Fish.This property is priced to sell. It provides for a multitude of uses and is in close-proximity to numerous recreational opportunities sure to satisfy the outdoor enthusiast. Call Brent Hedrick for additional information or to schedule a qualified showing.
$1,500,000  •  287 acres
Saguache Irrigated Farm consists of 287+/- acres of productive ground adjacent east of the town of Saguache in the picturesque San Luis Valley (190-acres +/- irrigated). The property is situated among some of the most productive agricultural ground in the state with many large-scale farming and ranching operations common throughout this portion of the valley. The property is characterized by a blend of hay meadows, good cottonwood and willow tree cover ideal for a building site and expansive views that include the Sangre De Cristo range. There is an abundance of wildlife on the property and in the immediate area with Elk, Mule Deer and waterfowl being seen regularly. The farm is comprised of a good mixture of irrigated and sub-irrigated hay ground with functional flood irrigation infrastructure, adequate fencing and cross-fencing, as well as a few remnants of a prior homestead. The properties greatest asset is the ample surface and well water rights. There are (6) permitted wells located on the property in total: a 1,000 gpm irrigation well, a shared 50% 2,000 gpm irrigation well and (4) other domestic/stock wells historically producing from 15-30 gpm. Surface water rights are as follows:Ashley Proffit Ditch Priority #9 for 1.9845 cfs (Case No. 11/23/1889)Jaques Ditch Priority #43 for 1.80 cfs (Case No. 11/23/1889)Downer Ditch #111 for 1.0 cfs (06/09/1982)The Saguache Irrigated Farm is a great opportunity to own a scenic, multi-productive property with operational capabilities and an abundance of water resources. The property would make a great small farming or ranching operation in a highly desirable area. Additionally, detailed production and water rights data can be provided upon request. Seller also leases a small portion of Cemetery Hill to Verizon Wireless for the placement of a cell tower that provides annual lease payments with 3.0% annual escalations (details provided upon request). Owner would consider selling the rights to the cell tower lease separately.Contact Brent Hedrick or Duncan Clark for a private, qualified showing.
$990,000  •  39.59 acres
This incredible 39.59 acre-mountain property sets above the city of Denver and directly adjoins Little Park, part of Denver Mountain Parks, and Lair O' The Bear open space areas on the north. As the crow flies, the Red Rocks Amphitheater, Red Rocks Park and the town of Morrison are located just over two miles to the east. Build your Colorado mountain dream home on this parcel on land that boasts amazing mountain views, aspen and pine tree forest, a seasonal creek and prominent rock outcroppings. Already in-place is a 2,400 square foot pole barn with concrete floors to park and store equipment and toys, including a large RV. Other amenities include a well that allows for irrigation and watering of domestic stock, (2) septic systems, a fully fenced perimeter and driveway. The parcel is contained within a gated community, though not part of the HOA (there are no covenants or annual dues). An AG exemption is maintained via a grazing lease that results in a nominal annual tax bill of $1,188.42 (2020). The property offers numerous possibilities for building sites and could accommodate the placement of two homes (existing parcel could be subdivided for that purpose). Home to elk, mule deer, black bear, turkey and other species of wildlife, hunting is permitted. Don't miss out on the opportunity to live the mountain lifestyle while so close to the city on this truly unique piece of Colorado. Call for additional information or to schedule a pre-qualified showing.
$4,999,000  •  6,854 acres
Located about 30-minutes north of Quemado, NM, the 6,854-acre (+/-) A Lazy A Ranch is comprised of 4,264 deeded acres, 1,950-acres of New Mexico State lease and 640-acres of BLM lease lands with the Continental Divide extending through the northeast corner. The ranch straddles the Catron and Cibola County lines and is contained within Game Management Unit 12, a known trophy unit having produced several Elk over 400 inches {even generating a state record bull of 440+ some years back}. Mule Deer are common on the property and Deer tags in Unit 12 can be purchased over-the-counter. In 2020, state landowner Elk tags for the ranch were assigned to an outfitter and generated $20,000 in hunting revenue to the owners. Historically, the property has received (3) bull and (4) cow tags, with similar size ranches in unit 12 issued (3) bull, (2) cow and (1) bow landowner tags in 2020. Potential buyers are advised to verify landowner tag availability with New Mexico Game and Fish for the upcoming season.With (3) wells, drinkers, numerous dirt tanks, several miles of pipeline, and the year-round Hogeye Spring, this ranch provides excellent water access for livestock and wildlife with the owner's possessing State rights to 9.41-acre feet of subsurface water annually. The newest well produces at a rate of 5,000 gallons per day and supplements (3) above ground tanks combining for 20,000 gallons of storage.The overall elevation of the ranch ranges from 6,800' to just over 7,600' near Cerro Blanco Peak. The topography of the northern end of the ranch features pinon and cedar covered mesas, draws, and canyons that provide optimal cover. South of that, the terrain is comprised of rolling tree covered hills and scattered open meadows. Nearing the southern boundary, the terrain transitions to more open and generally level pastures. The internal road system provides access to the majority of the property. If your desire is to run cattle, the ranch has an average annual carrying capacity of (+/-) 82 AU's (excluding bulls and horses) with the current practice utilizing an end of December to July grazing season (per grazing lease agreement). The July removal of the cattle serves to both rest the pastures and allow the big game to migrate onto the property without competition for ranch resources. The property is completely fenced and cross-fenced, and there is a set of working pens near the center, making it easily accessible from all pastures. Current owners have successfully planted food plots as well. Headquarter improvements consist of a modest ranch house and adjoining bunkhouse that combine for a total (3) bedrooms, (1) full bathroom and separate shower contained in the bunkhouse. The recent installation of a sizable solar array makes the property self-sufficient and virtually eliminates electric bills. The 40' x 50' metal shop, with drive-thru accessibility, provides ample room for large equipment and supplies. A sizable portion of the ranch is visible from the headquarters along with spectacular surrounding views in all directions.The town of Quemado is a short drive for basic supplies. Grants is approximately 1.5 hours away and provides increased amenities such as a Walmart and hospital. Albuquerque is within a 3 hour drive, and Springerville, AZ is about 1.5 hours. The 114,000-acre El Malpais National Monument is positioned between the ranch and the town of Grants and offers a visitors' center, hiking trails and other attractions.The A Lazy A offers a turnkey opportunity to own a hunting ranch, cattle ranch, or both given the water resources, expansive pastures, and natural big game habitat. Larger holdings like the A Lazy A with complimentary and contiguous lease lands are becoming increasingly rare. Please call for more information or to set up a pre-qualified showing.
$1,100,000  •  204 acres
South Parlin Ranch is a truly spectacular recreational and agricultural property consisting of 204 acres (+/-). The land is comprised mostly of flood irrigated hay meadows with excellent water rights, livestock working corrals, and a 5-acre building site where a residence may be built. Tomichi Creek flows through the entire length of the ranch and provides excellent fishing. Mother Nature created a masterpiece when she designed the trout habitat on Tomichi Creek. This freestone fishery offers consistent temperatures, mild gradient, diverse insect population and self-supporting trout habitat that is home to rainbow and brown trout. The fall fishing for large brown trout is exceptional. Thousands of BLM acres border the southern property line and provide endless recreational opportunities including excellent deer and elk hunting. The ranch is enrolled in the Colorado Landowner Preference Program, which produces a coveted Unit 551 mule deer voucher nearly every single year for the landowner to utilize themselves or sell to someone of their choosing. Eight levee control structures along the creek channel allows water to be pooled in providing excellent waterfowl habitat. This beautiful property is part of a unique ecosystem in the Tomichi Creek Valley that is protected by over 15,000 acres of ranches under conservation easement. The conservation easements ensure the valuable natural characteristics will remain intact, yet does not interfere with the agricultural and recreational uses. The conserved status ensures the ecosystem will remain largely as is, therefore enhancing future value. The flood irrigated lands are served by riparian water rights from Tomichi Creek and distributed by ditches with numerous diversion structures. The land produces about 200 tons of native grass hay annually. Irrigation Water rights include: 12.09 CFS out of Tomichi Creek via the Hannah J. Winters #2 Ditch (Appropriation date of July 1, 1881). Home and outbuildings on adjacent parcel also available for purchase.
$99,000  •  140.03 acres
Tract 59 in the Ranches at Bull Canyon is a scenic 140-acre parcel positioned within a five-minute drive of Interstate 40/Historic Route 66 and near the main entrance to the larger ranch. This parcel is afforded views of surrounding mesas and rock formations in nearly all directions and can be split, if desired. The ability to subdivide into (4) 35-acre sites offers an owner the utmost in flexibility. Electricity has been extended to the lot line along Bull Canyon Loop. The topography is essentially level with a few seasonal flow creek channels. Vegetation primarily consists of pinon, juniper and cedar trees with native grasses, wildflowers and cactus. Covenants allow owners to travel via ATV and horseback throughout the larger ranch where there also various accessible BLM lands. Owner's can reside in their RV for up to nine months of the year for use as a camp site. The larger 12,000-acre Bull Canyon Ranches is private with locked and gated access and is located between the cities of Santa Rosa to the west and Tucumcari to the east (nearest town is Newkirk, NM just to the NW). All lots within the ranch total for 140-acres (or larger) and are subject to owner association covenants. Due to an in-place grazing lease, annual association dues ($250.00) and property taxes (<$40.00) are very affordable. Bull Canyon Ranch is also in close proximity to several lakes and N.M. State Parks contained within the broader Pecos River Valley. Santa Rosa is commonly referred to as "The City of Natural Lakes" and the Santa Rosa, Sumner, Ute and Conchas Lakes provide for a multitude of outdoor activities (boating, fishing, sight-seeing, hiking, etc.).A 140-acre parcel of sub-dividable, high-desert land with good views and protective covenants is a great value at $700 per acre. Call today for a qualified showing.
$1,284,000  •  478 acres
This 478 acre irrigated family farm is located approximately 14 miles south of Holly, Colorado on Highway 89. Under the same family ownership for over 40 years, this contiguous tract is irrigated by a 15-tower 2012 Valley Sprinkler (with interliner) system that distributes water from 3 commingled wells (Colorado Permit Nos. 17901-FP, 17906-FP & 17907-FP). The commingled annual appropriation is rated by the State of Colorado at 1,662.5-acre feet at maximum pumping rates of 700, 994, 1,557 gallons per minute. All irrigation equipment is in very good working order and will convey to the new owner.The silty-loam soils have produced very strong yields of wheat, corn, and other crops for more than 4 decades. For more information or to schedule a qualified showing right away, please contact Brent Hedrick (719) 659-7598.
$329,000  •  93.2 acres
Located 15 minutes west of the historic Colorado mountain town of Gunnison, sits this beautiful mountain property bordering thousands of acres of Bureau of Land Management (BLM) public land. This 93 acre tract has year-round access due to the 1/4 mile frontage along State Highway 149 just 5 minutes south of Blue Mesa Reservoir. The property offers several potential building locations varying from the convenience down along the lower valley parallelling the highway, or along the very private and secluded top portion where the spectacular 360 degree mountain views are endless. The property provides a sanctuary for deer and elk due to the abundance of excellent habitat and water coupled with the fact that there is not another privately held parcel to the east for many miles limiting outside public access. The significant elk sign is obvious throughout the property, but especially evident along the top portion where the cedar thickets and aspens reside. In addition to the convenient mountain location, and virtual private use of the BLM property to the east, there are nearby shopping, dining and recreational attractions:Blue Mesa Reservoir (5 mins.) - largest reservoir in ColoradoGunnison (15 mins.)Crested Butte Ski Resort (approx 45 mins.)Black Canyon National Park (approx 50 mins.)Telluride Ski Resort (approx. 2-hrs.)
$125,000  •  160 acres
This 160-acre parcel is adjoined on two sides by over 5,600 contiguous acres of Comanche National Grasslands just south of US Highway 350 near Timpas, Colorado. From the parcel, La Junta is located less than a 30-mile drive and provides all primary services. The Comanche National Grasslands spans over 440,000-acres in southeast Colorado and there are numerous nearby points of access. The parcel contains a good mixture of grass meadows, juniper and cedar forest and rock-lined drainages just above Sheep Canyon. A branch of the historic Santa Fe Trail is marked by flag stone posts through a portion of the parcel. There are two nearby water sources located on public lands that serve to attract wildlife with an owner maintaining the ability to place a domestic well on individual tracts of 35-acres or more, if desired. Pronghorn, Mule Deer and Elk are common inhabitants and move through the open prairie and adjacent canyon lands. This tract, and a sizable portion of the Comanche National Grasslands, are contained within Colorado Game Management Unit 135, a Plains Elk Unit. Plains Elk Units allow unlimited over-the-counter Elk tags from September 1 through January 31 (bull or cow and weapon of choice).This is the perfect basecamp to explore the hundreds of thousands of acres of grasslands that have been set aside to commemorate the vastness of the American West. Parcels priced below $800 per acre and offering similar recreational opportunities are rare. Call Brent Hedrick for more information.
$975,000  •  53 acres
Tappan Mountain Ranch is located between the towns of Lake George and Tarryall, Colorado with gated access via a county-maintained road ensuring year-round access. This 53-acre property is bound on (2) sides by National Forest and placed atop a heavily wooded ridge. It is the ideal spot for a secluded weekend get-a-way or private year-round residence. The location directly adjoining the expansive 1.1-million-acre Pike National Forest allows for the ultimate in outdoor recreation right out your front door. Whether its hiking, horseback riding, hunting or ATV excursions, this property checks the boxes. For the flyfishing enthusiast, there are several public access options on Tarryall Creek and the South Platte River within minutes of the property. Tarryall, Eleven Mile, Spinney and Antero Reservoirs are also located nearby for additional boating and fishing opportunities. The mountain ski town of Breckenridge is a short 90-minute drive with Colorado Springs and Denver located within approximately one and two-hour drives, respectively.The custom home features a main level living design with limited maintenance required (stucco exterior finish and metal roof). The home provides a three bedroom, three full-bath floorplan, open kitchen, dining and great room. There is a combination mud and washroom off-of the three-car garage that includes the laundry area and adjoining bathroom. Additional amenities include radiant in-floor heat (including the garage), whole home central vac system, large cope-style log beams, custom windows, doors and millwork, solid surface countertops and a Subzero refrigerator. The master suite contains a large walk-in closet, jetted tub, walk-in shower and double vanity.This property is set up perfectly as a hobby ranch as there is a loafing shed and (4) fenced pastures for your livestock. You will also enjoy the convenience and extra storage of the 24' x 30' studio/workshop (with wood burning stove) and a 16' x 24' greenhouse. Please call Brent Hedrick for a private, qualified showing.
$560,000  •  70.03 acres
Positioned between Divide and Florissant in Teller County, you will find 70.03-acres of solitude and seclusion. Private access is provided off-of Twin Rocks Road with US Highway 24 located within a five-minute drive from the gate. Colorado Springs is an approximate 45-minute drive, making this property ideal in construction of a primary residence for the daily commuter or as a second-home out of the busy city. The parcel is bound between the 6,000-acre Florissant Fossil Beds National Monument on the west and the 12,000-acre Mueller State Park to the east (see attached Public Lands Map). Numerous other recreational amenities exist in close proximity: Pikes Peak, Pike National Forest and BLM lands, South Platte and Tarryall Rivers, Eleven Mile Reservoir State Park and Spinney Mountain Reservoir to name a few. The Breckenridge, Monarch and Ski Cooper ski resorts are within an easy 1.5 to 2.0-hour drive.The immediate area surrounding the parcel consists of larger acreage tracts that serve to ensure privacy. Winter snowfalls are moderate for the Florissant area enabling year-round access. Grape Creek, a seasonal flow stream, meanders through the pine and aspen lined meadow bottom along the northern boundary. The upper/southern portion of the tract provides for expansive westerly views that include the Collegiate Peaks. No annual dues or HOA oversight.Call Brent Hedrick today for additional information and to schedule a pre-qualified, private showing.
$1,195,000  •  160 acres
Elk Camp at Poso Creek is a 160-acre pure in-holding (surrounded on all sides by Rio Grande National Forest) located about 20-miles west of US Highway 285 in the San Luis Valley. As evidenced in the above photos, the property is home to good numbers of Elk, Mule Deer, and even Moose that wander in from the bottoms of Cave Creek. Black Bear and Grouse are also common inhabitants. From the ranch, there are numerous trails allowing one to hike, ATV or four-wheel for miles. Trout fishing is available from nearby Cave and Carnero Creeks. The ranch is perimeter fenced with a good balance of interior roads.IMPROVEMENTSThe property features a 1,934 square foot (including interior storage) off-grid cabin of a 1.5-story design. The cabin provides two-bedrooms, one-and one-half bathrooms and a loft sleeping area able to accommodate a combined 10-14 guests. Cabin amenities include:Fully-appointed kitchenWasher/dryer connectionsAmple storagePropane-fired heaters and large wood burning stoveSatellite TV and WiFi accessLarge picture windowsExpansive decks for outdoor gatheringsIn addition to the cabin, there is a storage/utility shed with an overhead door. The shed partially houses the water storage tank and 48-volt DC to 120-volt AC solar system serving the property, leaving storage space for supplies, tools and ATV parking. The water supply is provided by a developed spring that is State permitted. The spring has provided consistent water flows and continually fills (2) underground cisterns that are then pumped to the 500-gallon storage tank in the shed. With over 300 days of sunshine, the solar system provides more than adequate power to the cabin.HUNTINGThis property has a storied past of successful Elk hunts with 6X6 and an occasional 7x7 have been taken from the ranch or on the adjacent public lands. The Mule Deer population is very respectable as well with several good-sized bucks roaming the area. The property is located in Colorado Game Management Unit (GMU) 79, which provides over-the-counter archery Elk tags (antlered &either sex). Remaining muzzleloader and rifle seasons would be on a draw basis for both Elk and Mule Deer. However, based on historic draw results, Elk tags are typically drawn from muzzleloader through 3rd rifle season with zero preference points (resident and non-resident). Potential buyers should reference the State of Colorado's Landowner Preference Program (LPP), which allows an owner of agricultural lands (160-acres or greater) to apply for preferential big game vouchers.With limited options currently on the market and demand for private, off-grid properties on the rise, give Elk Camp at Poso Creek a good look. This property is equally adaptable as an annual big game hunting retreat, gentleman's cattle and horse ranch, weekend family gathering spot, ATV basecamp for exploring the surrounding wilderness, etc. Call or email Brent Hedrick for additional information or to schedule a private showing.
$7,500,000  •  43 acres
LOCATIONHarmel's Taylor River Resort is located seven miles from Almont, Colorado in the highly coveted Taylor River Valley at the confluence of Spring Creek and the Taylor River. From the resort, Gunnison is located 16-miles south and the ever-popular ski resort town of Crested Butte is about 16-miles to the north (via Jack's Cabin Cutoff and State Highway 135). From the Front Range population centers of metro-Denver and Colorado Springs, the resort is within an approximate 3.0-hour drive. Harmel's is located within the heart of the 1.7 million-acre Gunnison National Forest, which directly borders the resort on the east. The surrounding area contains some of the most spectacular scenery and recreational amenities Colorado has to offer with the popularity of the Taylor River Valley continuing to grow given the seemingly endless recreational opportunities.THE RESORTThe footprint of the resort portion of the larger property totals for approximately 43-acres (+/-). Harmel's has been operated by the same family since 1958 and maintains a generational following of repeat guests. The resort consists of 37 rustic, fully furnished rental cabins/units that have been placed either on, or within, walking distance of the Taylor River. The cabins have historically accommodated combined occupancy of 150 guests. In addition, employee housing is fully contained on-site. The guest recreation room is located between the restaurant and reservation counter and provides wi-fi accessibility, billiards, games, business center and TV gathering area. Harmel's Restaurant serves breakfast, lunch and dinner (menu or buffet) with an adjoining full-service saloon. Restaurant demand is serviced by a fully appointed commercial kitchen that includes walk-in freezer/coolers. An expansive deck with large stone fireplace extending just above the Taylor River at the rear of the restaurant provides the ideal outdoor dining and gathering experience. The general store and fly shop supply anglers with tackle, basic food and drink provisions and provides daily updates on fishing conditions. The resort accommodates weddings, family reunions and other group-style gatherings. From the resort, there is nearby access to motorcycle, ATV, mountain biking/hiking trails, river rafting and rock-climbing excursions. For big game hunters, Colorado GMU 55 is also known for its Mule Deer, Elk and Moose hunting.TAYLOR RIVERThe Taylor River originates high-up in the Elk Mountains just outside of the Maroon Bells Wilderness and flows along the west side of the Collegiate Peaks before entering Taylor Park Reservoir. Taylor Park Dam, located at the south end of the reservoir, serves as the start of the tailwaters. The stretch extending below the dam and continuing all the way to the confluence with the Gunnison River provides anglers some of the best trout waters available. According to the owner, the approximate 1.5-mile stretch (both banks) of the Taylor flowing through the resort had previously received a 16x Gold Medal rating. The "Harmel's Fishery" is also fed by Spring Creek, which flows down from the mountains to the north of the resort. Whitewater rafting and kayaking are also popular activities on the Taylor River. The 2,040-acre Taylor Park Reservoir just to the north offers the lake angler the chance of catching big Lake/Mackinaw, Brown, Rainbow and Cutbow Trout along with Kokanee Salmon and Northern Pike. Boat access is available at the Taylor Park marina. ADDITIONAL ACREAGEThere are (2) additional parcels available for purchase (in addition to the estimated acreage of the resort):North Pasture Parcel: Historically utilized as horse pasture for the horseback riding operation of the resort, this parcel contains (2) trout stocked ponds and live water creeks/irrigation ditches flowing through its boundaries. This approximate 48-acre tract (subject to survey) offers a multitude of building possibilities ranging from an estate home site to higher density residential housing, possible RV Park, etc. The North Pasture Parcel is separately priced from the resort and offered at $3,000,000.Beaver Creek Parcel: The Beaver Creek parcel consists of approximately 52-acres (subject to survey) and directly abuts Gunnison National Forest. This parcel provides direct access to Gunnison National Forest lands via special use permit held by the ownership (transferrable). Beaver Creek is an alpine stream that flows down from the Fossil Ridge Wilderness area to the Taylor River, just below the deeded area of the resort. Deeded roadway access is provided through the designated resort parcel. This tract offers potential residential building sites and would provide prominent views to the Taylor Park Valley spanning to the west. Offered at $1,000,000.SUMMARYThe recent completion of paving to Cottonwood Pass has significantly improved accessibility to the Taylor Park area as it serves as the most direct access route from the Colorado Front Range population centers. The historic operating season of the resort has generally spanned from May 15 thru September 30. Winterization of the cabins and infrastructure would further allow a new owner the ability to operate on an annual basis in capitalizing on winter recreation and over-flow skier demand from Crested Butte. The existing footprint of the resort designated area (subject to survey) may also be conducive to the addition of more cabins and/or conversion to longer term, VRBO oriented stays. All owned water and mineral rights will convey, and the property is not encumbered by conservation easement. All merchandise/business inventories and furniture, fixtures and equipment are included. Financial documentation of the resort operation can be provided upon the signing of a non-disclosure agreement.Please contact Brent Hedrick for additional information or to arrange for a qualified, private showing.
$99,000  •  129.8 acres
At just under 130 acres, Parcel 7 in Phase IV of Hatchet Ranch is an excellent home/cabin or recreational site. Views of the Wet Mountain Range, Pikes Peak and the Spanish Peaks from this parcel will not disappoint. Open grassland and mesa views are also afforded to the north and east. The property backs to a Rio Grande and Western Rail Line and 15,000+ acre cattle ranch. Ease of access is provided to Interstate 25 from with the small community of Colorado City located just to the south and the larger city of Pueblo to the north. Several building sites available with electricity and fiber optic cable extended to the western property line and a sizable arroyo traverses through the middle of the parcel adding character.Mule Deer, Antelope and an occassional Elk are common big game inhabitants of the larger ranch and hunting is permitted by permission of the individual landowner through the East Hatchet Ranch H.O.A. The larger ranch features maintained roads and nominal H.O.A. dues of $408.00 per year.Hatchet Ranch is one of the undiscovered secrets of southern Colorado given the mild climate and year-round access. The larger ranch is easily accessible via Interstate 25 about 20-minutes south of Pueblo and approximately one and two-hours south of Colorado Springs and Denver, respectively. The City of Pueblo to the north provides all major employment, retail and modern healthcare services.Call Brent Hedrick for additional information or to schedule a private showing.
$2,399,000  •  395.83 acres
LOCATIONThe scenic, 396-acre F Bar 4 Ranch is an ideal fit for the big game hunter, gentleman rancher or family retreat. The property is located a short distance south of Westcliffe, Colorado in the foothills of the Wet Mountain Valley. Westcliffe is an easy three-hour drive from Denver, 1.5-hour drive from Colorado Springs, and 45 minutes from Canon City and Pueblo. Year-round access is provided by County maintained roads to the ranch gate. The Silver Cliff Airport (eight nautical miles south of Westcliffe) is within a 10-minute drive from the ranch and features a 54' x 7,000' runway.The property is directly bound on the west by the 1.1-million-acre San Isabel National Forest with the towering, snow-capped peaks of the Sangre De Cristo range serving as the backdrop to the ranch. Some of Colorado's most distinguished 14'ers make up the vast backyard of the F Bar 4 Ranch. The famous Crestone Needles, Crestone Peak, Kit Carson Mountain and Humbolt Peak are there for your viewing pleasure. The 360-degree views from the ranch also include the Collegiate Peaks and Pikes Peak to the north and the Spanish Peaks to the south. The 100-mile Rainbow Trail skirts the base of these mountains and stretches from New Mexico to Salida, Colorado. A ride to the Great Sand Dunes is not out of the question as they are just across the mountain range to the south.The Wet Mountain Valley is famous for its unparalleled views, rural-ranching lifestyle, and endless miles of wilderness hiking trails through high-mountain meadows bursting with wildflowers and 52 alpine lakes for fly-fishing. Custer County was formed in 1877 and is the 10th smallest of the 64 counties in Colorado. Its tranquil valley, spectacular mountains and hundreds of thousands of acres of National Forest make the county one of the most desirable for hunters, hikers, climbers, and outdoor enthusiasts of all kinds. The Wet Mountain Valley reminds visitors of what Colorado once was, and Custer County still is.HUNTINGThrough Colorado Parks & Wildlife, landowners can apply for the Landowner Preference Program in receiving elk, mule deer and pronghorn licenses for each 160-acre deeded increment. The F Bar 4 Ranch is located in GMU 86, which is an over-the-counter bull elk unit for 2nd and 3rd rifle seasons. Archery tags are also issued over-the-counter (either sex). Muzzleloader tags (cow and either sex) are drawn with no preference points. The majority of mule deer licenses drawn for the unit have been obtained with zero to one preference point. Black bear and turkey are also common residents.LANDThe ranch comprises 396 +/- acres with varying topography ranging from sub-irrigated grass meadows to pine and aspen covered forest. Cottonwood Creek provides live water via an irrigation ditch to the meadow bottom lands and there are ponds and springs located throughout. The elevation of the property is optimal for fall big game habitat and ranges from 9,000 to 9,800 feet, increasing in elevation from east to the west and peaking along the National Forest Service boundary. The ranch is perimeter fenced and provides ample native grass forage for cattle and horses. An interior road system extends throughout for ease of access. The property is not encumbered by a conservation easement. IMPROVEMENTSThe owner's residence totals for 2,854 square feet and features a two-story, five bedroom, three-bath design that was extensively renovated in 2014 (interior and exterior). The home was updated with custom, mountain-themed finishes (wood mill work, upgraded cabinetry and appliances, granite countertops, stone & tile flooring and stamped concrete). Other features include an oversized master suite with a walk-in shower, large concrete patio off-of the main entrance and master suite, an attached two-car garage, large deck accessed by the upper-floor bedrooms, expansive rock fireplace, loft overlooking the living room, oversized picture windows, mudroom, laundry room with sink, walk-in closets and ample storage. Two sources of heat include a combination of forced air gas and a wood-fired boiler that supply in-floor radiant lines.Outbuildings consist of (3) storage barns ranging from 510 to 2,080 square feet and each containing electricity. One of the structures includes an enclosed meat processing room and walk-in cooler for game storage. A former bunkhouse structure could also be renovated to house additional guests or utilized as caretaker quarters.For inquiries, or to arrange a private showing, please contact Brent Hedrick or Twila Geroux.
$3,880,000  •  1,145 acres
Starvation Peak Ranch is one of the truly distinct properties that has accomplished the merging of history gone by with the modern west. Silence, solitude and inspiration exist in all directions on this 1,145 acre northern New Mexico luxury ranch. Every aspect has been thoughtfully placed and masterfully crafted. The most prominent and unique focal point of the ranch, and surrounding area, is Starvation Peak, rising above the historic Santa Fe Trail and Old Route 66 Highway at the town of Bernal. Over 40-square miles of Santa Fe National Forest lands directly adjoin the ranch on the east and south boundaries. The lands near Starvation Peak are steeped in Native American history with evidence of the various civilizations extending back an estimated 9,000 years by an area archaeologist that has visited the ranch and analyzed surrounding area artifacts.The ranch is centrally located a short distance south of Interstate 25 with approximate travel times as follows:20-minutes to Las Vegas (historic western city)45-minutes to Santa Fe (State capital, arts and cultural district)90-minutes to Albuquerque (major metropolitan area & International Airport)90 -minutes to Taos (ski resort, shopping and art studios)120-minutes to Abiquiu (Abiquiu Lake, Georgia O'Keefe Home and Studio, Public Recreation Lands)Santa Fe is oldest State capital in the United States having been founded in 1610. Primary attractions include the Santa Fe Plaza National Historic Landmark, the Canyon Road art and shopping district, Santa Fe Opera, Museum of International Folk Art and the New Mexico History Museum. The Santa Fe Regional Airport provides commercial air service with daily non-stop flights to Denver, Dallas and Phoenix.IMPROVEMENTSAttention to detail is readily apparent in all aspects of construction with the end-result providing one of the finest examples of Historic Northern New Mexico style architecture in all of the Southwest. Each structure was custom planned and constructed down to the finite feature in exhibiting complimentary combinations of adobe, mud, plaster, stone, ornate tile and reclaimed wood with energy-efficiency in mind. Finishes include custom milled cabinetry, doors, windows and shelving, tile and wood floors, smooth plaster and rustic rock walls, reclaimed barn wood beams and ceilings. All interior and exterior fixtures, hardware and other decorative items have been carefully matched to the era. Main Home: The main home was positioned to maximize both southern sunlight exposure and views of Starvation Peak from the large picture windows along the rear elevation. The single-story structure totals for 5,317 square feet and features a (3) bedroom, (3.5) bathroom floor plan. The kitchen includes custom designed cabinetry, a large rustic wood-slab center island, tile and solid surface counter tops, walk-in pantry and (2) sinks. A formal dining area and indoor chimenea style fireplace for indoor cookouts are also positioned just off-of the kitchen. The spacious master bedroom and bath are contained on the western end of the home along with a private office and half bath. A large fireplace serves as the centerpiece of the family room in the central portion of the home. Casitas: In addition to the main residence, there are (2) guest casitas of 868 and 606 square feet. Each consist of a one-bedroom, one bath design with equally unique design and finish characteristics to that of the main home.Garage/Workshop: The workshop portion of the larger building is fully finished and contains enclosed storage rooms along with a three-quarter bath. Features include many of the custom details found in the residential structures, which would allow for potential conversion to additional living space if desired. The garage area consists of (3) oversized bays that will accommodate the storage of vehicles and ranch equipment.Grounds: A series of stone-lined pathways traverse through the building compound along with an extensive irrigation system servicing the native vegetation and flowerbeds.LAND: The ranch is comprised of two tracts combining for 1,145-acres (+/-) and reside at elevations ranging from 6,200 to 6,600 feet. Topography throughout the property consists of level valley and mesa top meadows, treed arroyos and rimrock lined canyons. Internal roads extend throughout the ranch and connect with gated access to Santa Fe National Forest Lands bordering the property on the east and south. Primary wildlife inhabitants include various species of birds, deer, antelope, turkey, black bear and mountain lion.*Additional land is available for purchase immediately adjoining the deeded parcels.Utilities: Thoughtful consideration was utilized in the extension of all utilities to the improvement compound. Water is provided by (2) wells that maintain (3) 10,000-gallon storage tanks with up to a 15 gallon per minute delivery rate. The water lines servicing the existing structures are readily expandable in allowing for the construction of additional improvements. A combination of below ground electricity, solar arrays and propane power the property along with a 65kw generator for redundant back-up. Fiber optic service is in-place and can provide up to 100 mb of connectivity. The sustainable and efficient construction materials, along with 300-days of sunshine, serve to limit utility usage.Starvation Peak Ranch is equally ideal for use as a private hideaway, corporate retreat or for further expansion to fit anyone's blueprint. The property could easily accommodate helicopter access. The cost to replicate this exclusive property far exceeds the list price and will transfer fully furnished with minimal seller exclusions. Contact Brent Hedrick for additional information and to schedule a private tour. Buyer qualified showings require 72-hour notice.
$6,000,000  •  160 acres
Hawks Nest Ranch - Gunnison County, ColoradoLOCATIONLocated nine miles east of the quaint town of Crawford, the Hawks Nest Ranch is hands down one of the most strikingly beautiful parcels Colorado has to offer. This 160-acre, pure in-holding is directly bound on all sides by Gunnison National Forest lands (1.70-million acres) the West Elk Wilderness (176,500-acres) and has remained under the same ownership dating back to the 1940's. There is not another privately held parcel to the north, south or east for miles and public access to the Wilderness areas outside of the ranch are extremely limited. The end-of-the road location provides the ultimate in privacy and solitude. In addition to the virtual private use of the Forest lands and Wilderness, there are numerous nearby recreational attractions:Needle Rock Natural Area (5-mins.)Crawford Reservoir State Park (15-mins.)Black Canyon National Park (45-mins.)Blue Mesa Reservoir (largest reservoir in Colorado - 1 hr.)Aspen/Snowmass, Telluride and Crested Butte Ski Resorts (approx. 2-hrs.)From Crawford, primary retailers and restaurants are located in Delta (30-mins.), Montrose (1-hr.), Gunnison (1.5-hrs.) and Grand Junction (2-hrs.)LANDThe Through Line hiking and horseback trail (auto and ATV restricted) originates on the ranch and extends through the Wilderness and National Forest for endless miles, eventually connecting with points as far northeast as Aspen, Snowmass Village and Crested Butte. Access to the trail embarking from the ranch is only permitted by the ownership. A public access point to the trail exists east of the ranch on National Forest. The topography of the property ranges from level hay meadows, cottonwood lined creek bottoms and gently sloping foothills contained below the immense mountains that surround the property. The varying elevations, shapes, sizes and differing timber cover of the adjacent mountains are what establish Hawks Nest as a truly distinctive parcel. The ranch affords prominent views of the Big and Little Sand Mountains, Tater Heap, Saddle Mountain, Sheep Mountain, the Needle Rock formation and Grand Mesa to name a few. North and South Smith Fork Creeks are tributaries of the Gunnison River and flow through the ranch, converging near the western property boundary. The creeks are fishable year-round and contain good numbers of brook, brown and rainbow trout. Lone Pine Creek enters the property at the top of the northern pasture and serves as one of the irrigation sources. There are also (3) ponds that could potentially be stocked, if desired. The ranch contains (3) sub-irrigated hay meadows that produce some of the finest mountain grass hay and attract healthy herds of Elk and Mule Deer. Turkey and Black Bear are also frequently sighted. The property will convey with extensive water rights, all seller reserved minerals and is unencumbered by easements. Needle Rock Road is County maintained to approximately one-quarter mile from the ranch gate.IMPROVEMENTSBuilding improvements for the ranch consist of a well-built, hand-hewn log home that was originally constructed in 1922. The home has been consistently maintained by the owners and is of a two-story, five-bedroom, two bath design. Amenities include covered porches overlooking Smith Fork Creek, large living room with fireplace and partial basement. A restored primitive cabin along the creek provides extra room for guests and there are older out-building structures of varying utility (historic log-built storage sheds, blacksmith shop, lean-to and tack room) and a set of sturdy working pens. The property is powered by electricity and propane gas.Few places in Colorado are of equal to Hawks Nest Ranch. The vast Forest and Wilderness lands essentially serve as an extension to the deeded acreage when considering the prohibitive public access and a starting point of the Through Line Trail within the ranch boundaries. Live trout-filled water, abundant wildlife, pine and aspen forests and awe-inspiring panoramas are just a few of the attributes that make this property a once in a lifetime opportunity to own. To request additional information or schedule a qualified showing call Brent Hedrick.
$995,000  •  156 acres
Looking for privacy and seclusion? Stone House Ranch at Eleven Mile is a 156-acre private retreat ideal for the avid outdoorsman, gentleman rancher or as the favorite family gathering spot. The property is located within a five-minute drive to Eleven Mile Reservoir, arguably one of the best trout fisheries in the state. Both Eleven Mile and Spinney Mountain Reservoirs (located another 10-15 minute drive) provide numerous other recreational opportunities (boating, kayaking, hiking, etc.). One of the best fishing streams in the Western United States extends between Eleven Mile and Spinney Mountain Reservoirs and is aptly named the "Dream Stream". The southwest corner of the Stone House Ranch parcel is directly abutted by BLM land that extends south and is contiguous with over 20,000-acres of Forest Service Lands. These areas encircle Thirtynine Mile Mountain and are excellent deer and elk habitat as evidenced by the wildlife traffic along the southern site boundary.The 1,494 square foot ranch style home/cabin underwent an extensive interior and exterior renovation in 2012 and shows pride of ownership. The floor plan consists of a three-bedroom, three (full) bathroom design with a well-appointed kitchen and shared dining/living area. Kitchens and bathrooms feature granite or marble countertops with wood and tile throughout. Other custom finishes include a mudroom at the main entrance, Kraftmaid Cabinets, upgraded windows, bath fixtures and lighting, stainless steel appliances, including a Fridgidaire Professional gas range, vaulted ceilings and kitchen pantry. The rocks utilized on the exterior of the home and detached garage were gathered on the ranch, completing the insulating concrete form (ICF) construction. Heat and electricity are fully-integrated off-grid sources (solar panels, redundant generator and propane). The property also contains a 1,040 square foot combination shop/garage that includes a tandem bay allowing for RV/trailer or boat storage. The upper level of the garage contains a finished storage room (square footage not included). A small room off-of the garage houses the solar related equipment and generator.The site contains gated access off of Black Mountain Road/CR 116 and is perimeter fenced. In addition to the BLM and Forest Service lands further to the south, a large ranch borders the southern and eastern property lines. The parcel is afforded good southern exposure with spectacular views provided in all directions: Pikes Peak, Eleven Mile Reservoir, South Park, Thirty-Nine Mile and Black Mountain and the Collegiate Peaks. The most prominent view is afforded from the outdoor patio where both Eleven Mile Reservoir and Pikes Peak provide the perfect backdrop. Properties offering this many surrounding recreational opportunities and views, combined with the right combination of improvements, don't come along often. Call or email for additional information or to arrange a qualified showing.
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Brent Hedrick
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Windsor, CO 80550

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