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$44,650,000  •  30,054 acres
Iconic Wyoming Ranch, 36,781± acres located in the western Black Hills. Owned by the Hadley family since 1989. Runs 500 pairs year-round and 1,750 yearlings seasonally. Excellent big game hunting.
$170,000,000  •  64,672 acres
Boone Pickens’ Mesa Vista Ranch encompasses 100 square miles of prime Texas Panhandle ranchland distinguished by its improvements, water features, and pristine prairie landscape supporting a variety of native wildlife.
$2,500,000  •  173 acres
Located along the middle section of the Snake River in the most prolific portion of the Pacific Flyway, Old Teal Ranch is one of the top waterfowl properties available in the West today. The ranch consists of 173± acres in two separate tracts. The main parcel fronts on the north bank of the river with easy access to US Highway 30 and Interstate 84 and features 63± acres along with all of the building improvements on the ranch. The second parcel encompasses 110± acres of Schoffs Island, a large, undeveloped island in the center of the river just a quick boat ride from the ranch’s main tract. With the exception of approximately 13 acres at the downstream end of the island managed by Idaho Fish and Game and the Bureau of Land Management (BLM), Schoffs Island is completely owned and controlled by Old Teal Ranch. Several small islands owned by BLM lie along the north end of Schoffs Island creating additional river channels and backwaters and adding to the overall privacy of the setting. The ranch has been operated as a private hunting retreat for several decades. The main parcel features a comfortable three-bedroom, three-bath residence built by the previous owner in 1995. The home is situated on a high bluff with commanding views of the river, Schoffs Island, and the remainder of the ranch to the north. Two large, metal-sided storage buildings with overhead doors sit below the residence close to the river and are ideal for housing vehicles, boats, farm machinery, and hunting equipment. A concrete boat launch adjacent to the storage buildings provides convenient access to the island and the rest of the river. Included with the offering is a 25± foot river barge that facilitates the movement of equipment and ATVs between the main parcel and the island. The ranch is highlighted by excellent water rights that are used to irrigate cropland and fill duck ponds and create habitat on the property. Approximately 50 acres of the main parcel are used to raise alfalfa hay and can be easily converted to corn, other high-valued crops, or additional habitat areas. Water can be pumped from the river onto the island year-round for wildlife and habitat via a newly installed pump system. The centerpiece of the island is a 10± acre pond filled with river water that is a magnet for ducks and geese. In addition to waterfowl, the ranch and Snake River corridor are home to quail, pheasants, and mule deer. The deep channels, rock ledges, and shallow, sandy flats on either side of the island provide diverse fishing for trout, smallmouth bass, largemouth bass, catfish, carp, and even sturgeon that can grow to over ten feet in length. Old Teal Ranch is conveniently located 60 miles from the capital city of Boise, 110 miles from the resort community of Sun Valley, and 68 miles from the regional commercial center of Twin Falls.
$1,250,000  •  36.19 acres
Unimproved 36± acre offering in Diamond Star Ranch with valley views and access to private amenities, including private Eagle River access – all within minutes of Vail and Beaver Creek.
$20,000,000  •  15,708 acres
Now offered separately, the Mesa Vista Ranch – East Division encompasses 15,708± acres of prime Texas Panhandle ranchland with abundant water and pristine prairie landscape supporting a variety of native wildlife.
$12,500,000  •  16,966 acres
This historic 18,038± acre southeast Montana ranch stretches 15 miles end-to-end, bisected by three miles of Rosebud Creek meanders. A solid 500 AU operation with deer, antelope, and birds.
$6,878,000  •  191 acres
Consisting of 191.6± undeveloped, deeded acres, Gannett Road Ranch is located on the east side of the Bellevue Triangle three miles south of the community of Bellevue and ten minutes south of the airport in Hailey. The property is part of a locally owned farming and ranching operation and features outstanding surface and groundwater irrigation rights covering approximately 188 acres. The property represents a significant high-end residential development opportunity in the fast-growing Wood River Valley and is zoned by Blaine County as R-5 with a minimum lot size of five acres. The successful Griffin Ranch subdivision lies immediately north of the property. The property is situated within the county’s transferrable development rights (TDR) receiving area, which offers the potential to increase development density. With views of Bald Mountain and access to adjacent federal lands managed by the Bureau of Land Management (BLM), the property also makes a wonderful equestrian estate parcel. Gannett Road Ranch is a “Call for Offers” opportunity with offers from potential purchasers due on or before May 31, 2022. Transaction guidelines include the following: • Due diligence period of not more than 60 days. • Closing to occur within 30 days of the end of due diligence. • Earnest Money of at least 5% to become non-refundable at the end of due diligence. • Seller may elect to accept an offer ahead of the “Call for Offers” date. The property is being offered in conjunction with John Starr of Colliers in Boise, Idaho.
$23,500,000  •  4,050 acres
The Flying Y Ranch represents a near-perfect 4,050± deeded acre Wyoming ranch. It lies in a contiguous block of high-quality deeded land with approximately eight miles of the Laramie River passing through. The river meanders through the heart of the ranch creating a rich, fertile alluvial bottom, dense with healthy cottonwoods, willows, and thick stands of grasses. The terrain is gradual and consists mostly of irrigated and sub-irrigated pastures with the river bottom anchoring the ranch. There are 2,000± acres under flood irrigation and 830± acres of sub-irrigated pasture lands. These provide a more than adequate feed base for a cattle operation or a large-scale hay operation. There are two separate sets of improvements on each side of Brubaker Lane, both along the river. The west set of improvements serves as the headquarters and includes a beautiful three-bedroom owner’s residence as well as a manager’s house, shops, barns, and everything needed to operate the ranch. The improvements on the east side of Brubaker Lane serve primarily as a cattle handling facility. There is a nice calving barn with 25 calving pens, an additional barn with a functional apartment on the second level, multiple loafing barns, and a large corral setup. With over eight miles of river corridor and over half of the ranch under irrigation, the Flying Y comfortably sustains both livestock and wildlife. Hunting for elk, deer, and antelope is outstanding, and there is excellent fishing for brown and rainbow trout. In summary, the Flying Y Ranch is a completely private, well-balanced, river bottom ranch with extensive recreational amenities.
$15,500,000  •  4,515 acres
Tarva is a 4,515± acre wild quail plantation located in the Albany, Georgia quail belt adjacent to or in the immediate neighborhood of dozens of other highly coveted and similarly-managed properties. The diversity of habitat and wildlife makes this an exciting, all-season recreational hunting retreat. And, when not in the field, the circa 1850 historic main house, set among sprawling live oaks, is a showplace, meticulously preserved and outfitted in a comfortable southern style. Facts: ~ 4,515± acre quail plantation in the Albany quail belt in Baker & Dougherty Counties, Georgia. ~ Adjacent to or in the immediate neighborhood of other large recreational properties such as Pinebloom, Nilo, Pineland, Wildfair, Blue Springs, and Nonami. ~Thousands of acres of quail hunting habitat have undergone an intense management and restoration plan over the last several years yielding strong quail counts. In the 2022 and 2021 seasons, Tarva moved 6.8 and 6.1 coveys per hour hunted. ~ Phenomenal 30± and 7± acre dove fields. 150 to 160 class whitetail deer, abundant turkeys, and wood ducks galore. Tarva’s wildlife-rich diversity stretches the annual use of this property out across all hunting seasons. ~ This will only be the fourth sale since it was established by the Tarver family over 185 years ago. ~ Beautifully maintained and recently restored 7,300± square foot Greek Revival antebellum house circa 1850, offered furnished and featuring three bedrooms and three full and two half bathrooms. ~ Parklike grounds around the main house were also recently improved to create a fantastic outdoor entertaining area and showcase the beautiful and sprawling live oaks that frame the entrance drive and house. ~ Additional improvements around the main campus include a two-bedroom, two-bathroom guest cabin, three-bedroom guest house with kitchen, and a modest horse stable. ~ Other improvements include a manager’s house, an assistant manager’s house, and guest house, seven small concrete block tenant houses (only one is occupied), a farm shop, new grain bins, and equipment barn. ~ Entire eastern property line, shared with Nilo, is game-rich Cooleewahee Creek, a tributary to the Flint River. ~ 11± acre Hunter Lake, shallow water ~ Dozens of unique cypress-filled ponds scattered throughout the property that range in size between one and 125 acres. ~ Just 17 minutes to the Southwest Georgia Regional Airport. ~ Less than an hour’s drive north from Thomasville and three hours south of Atlanta. ~ Tarva is protected with a conversation easement held by Georgia Department of Natural Resources. ~ Tarva is offered furnished and with all of its operating equipment and tools.
$72,000,000  •  348 acres
Like the cold, clear waters of Flathead Lake, mystique surrounds Cromwell Island. It overlooks the legendary Wild Horse Island, where Salish and Kootenai historically swam their horses to keep them safe from rival tribes. In the 1930s, construction started on a dam near Polson, Montana, at the outlet of the Flathead River. Prior to its completion, in periods of low water, Cromwell Island became a peninsula connected to the shore. It is all but certain that the Native Americans historically herded their horses onto this peninsula before swimming them across to Wild Horse. Today, Cromwell Island is a full-time island, the entirety of which is now for sale. Flathead Lake, with almost 200 square miles of surface area and 185 miles of shoreline, is the largest natural freshwater lake west of the Mississippi River — Yes, even bigger than Lake Tahoe! To our knowledge, Cromwell Island, with almost 350 acres and nearly three miles of shoreline, is the largest private island in freshwater west of the Mississippi River that is under a single ownership. Like Loch Ness, Flathead even has its own monster. While the lore of a huge antlered monster living in the lake is rooted in the ancient oral histories of the Kootenai Tribe, recorded sightings of the creature date back to 1889 when a steamboat captain along with 100 passengers spotted a “whale-like” object on the water that dove after being shot at by one of the passengers. Somewhere along the way, locals dubbed the monster “Flessie”, an obvious “hat tip” to her counterpart in Scotland. Cromwell Island was purchased in the late 1980s by Robert M. Lee, a renowned automobile and antique arms collector, explorer, author, and conservationist. Before his death in 2016, Mr. Lee and his wife, Anne, partially completed construction of a monumental structure including over 45,000 square feet of living space that was to serve as their home full-time. Even in its unfinished state, it has a magnitude of presence reminiscent of Versailles. The mystique endures as Cromwell Island is now for sale and, with so many possibilities, a new owner will have the opportunity to write the next chapter of a storied place.
$3,500,000  •  124 acres
The 124± acre Copper Basin Ranch is an undeveloped national forest inholding located approximately 25 miles northeast of the resort community of Ketchum/Sun Valley over Trail Creek Pass and 40 miles from Mackay via Trail Creek Road and US Highway 93. The East Fork of the Big Lost River, a beautiful mid-sized freestone stream, flows for over a mile through the property providing outstanding trout fishing throughout its length. Star Hope and Wildhorse Creeks (two of the East Fork's main tributaries), along with the North Fork of the Big Lost and main stem Big Lost, are only a short distance away from the property and offer additional high-quality, easily accessible fishing opportunities. The remnant structures of a former homestead are the only improvements on the ranch. With a level, valley bottom topography, there are excellent building sites that offer enchanting views of the river and the surrounding peaks of the Pioneer and White Knob Mountains. Big Rocky Canyon opens onto the north side of the ranch and provides private access to the adjacent high country. The Salmon-Challis National Forest surrounds the ranch and offers miles of hiking, horseback riding, and big game hunting. Wildlife in the East Fork Valley includes elk, mule deer, moose, antelope, mountain goats, and upland game birds.
$12,500,000  •  18,038 acres
The ranch offers 17,800± acres of native range with intermixed pines and 238± acres of hay meadows. Live water, numerous developed springs, reservoirs, and wells are well-scattered throughout the ranch to support livestock as well as mule deer, whitetail deer, pronghorn antelope, birds, and seasonal elk.
$5,850,000  •  190 acres
Located 10 miles southeast of Big Timber, along a mile of the Yellowstone River on the north side. The southeast end of this 190± acre ranch lies just north of the scenic grey cliffs for which the nearby town of Greycliff is named. The ranch encompasses a huge cottonwood tree bottom along the river and lovely meadows upland, some of which are irrigated. The ranch includes a recently remodeled architect-designed 5,500 square foot home that is situated overlooking the river. Other top-quality improvements include a three-bedroom caretakers house and a creatively designed studio with an attached one-bedroom apartment. The ranch also has a barn and a shop. It is an idyllic, private riverfront retreat with stunning views of the Crazy Mountains, the grey cliffs, and the river.
$3,450,000  •  575 acres
Jefferson View spans 583± acres of prime real estate less than 20 minutes south of Charlottesville. The varied topography features multiple potential homesites that capture views of the surrounding mountains, Monticello, and the Rivanna floodplain. In the wintertime, the slopes of Wintergreen can be seen in the west. The property is minimally improved, but the land’s potential is readily apparent. The acreage is primarily wooded and gently rolling pines are punctuated by steep hardwood draws, creating a well-balanced property waiting to be explored. There are 60± open acres that are primarily located in the central, elevated portion of the property. Private yet convenient, Jefferson View is perfectly located to take full advantage of nearby Charlottesville. The property is under conservation easement and the easement allows for the creation of seven parcels, each with a house and associated improvements. Jefferson View is an excellent opportunity for a buyer looking to create a retreat or recreational property in central Virginia. The Facts: ~ 583± acres ~ Under 20 minutes to Charlottesville ~ 60± open acres ~ 523± acres of hardwoods and pines ~ Untapped recreational potential ~ Scenic views of surrounding mountains and Monticello ~ Under conservation easement, with 7 divisions possible ~ 35 minutes to Charlottesville-Albemarle Airport, 1 hour 15 minutes to Richmond International Airport
$12,000,000  •  2,035 acres
The Love Ranch, a one-of-kind 2,035± acre ranch, with world-class quail hunting, fishing, and recreation in your backyard with lakes, ponds, and a 20+ acre organic vineyard. Its considerable recreational and scenic amenities, right on the doorstep of Yosemite National Park on the west side of the Sierra Nevada Mountains, make it an unusually attractive and unique holding. Management is simple as both the 200 cow cattle operation and the vineyard are leased to dependable tenants. The current owners, splitting time between the ranch in California and their home in Montana, have enjoyed the mild winters at the ranch for recreation including hiking, fishing, and world-class quail hunting. Numerous springs provide ample water for multiple lakes, reservoirs, and stockponds. The country with its lush grasses, many private, secluded valleys, pockets of live oaks, and massive granite rock formations is extremely appealing and cries out to the equestrians amongst us. A modest and well-appointed set of improvements include a main home, guest quarters (The Tack Room), Wine Bar, two-room bunkhouse (C-Train), shop/garage, and a historic dairy barn. The Facts: ~ Location: 30 minutes north of Fresno and 30 minutes south of Yosemite. ~ Acreage: 2,035± deeded acres. ~ Improvements: Very comfortable and well-furnished three-bedroom main house, plus two guest houses, a shop/garage, and historic barn. Excellent road system. ~ Operation: Currently runs around 200 cows plus there is a 23-acre vineyard producing nine high-quality Rhone grapes. ~ Water: Four wells and six beautiful lakes. ~ Wildlife: Mule deer, hogs, mountain lions, turkeys, coyotes, and bobcats. Also huntable populations of California quail as well as many species of ducks and geese on the lakes. ~ Terrain: This is a dramatically beautiful foothill ranch with huge granite formations interspersed with grassy pastures and wild oak punctuated by many lakes and secluded valleys. ~ Summary: Aesthetically pleasing and comfortably improved mountain ranch with easy access near Yosemite. Bonus is the high-quality 23-acre vineyard.
$6,362,695  •  2,892 acres
The 2,892± acre North Greenwood County Ranch is located 12 miles north of Eureka, Kansas. This all-contiguous tract of land is a great grazing outfit that has good fences and is very well watered. This ranch is a good hard-working native tallgrass Kansas Flint Hills ranch with no buildings other than an older abandoned shop building. This ranch is cross-fenced into three separate pastures: the 720± acre "north pasture", 1,180± acre "south pasture", and the 980± acre "east pasture". Abundant water is provided by nine ponds, springs, wet weather draws, and Sinclair Lake. Fences consist of mostly four and five barbed wire and steel posts. The Facts: ~ 2,892± acres of open flint hills grass ~ 70 miles northeast of Wichita, Kansas ~ Excellent water sources (9 ponds – mostly spring-fed) ~ Three pastures with good fences ~ Works for both cow/calf and stocker operators ~ Average precipitation 37 inches and 185-day growing season
$12,835,300  •  4,936.65 acres
The Spur Ranch is an excellent working ranch on the southeastern edge of the Kansas Flint Hills. Comprised of 4,936± acres of native tallgrass prairie in two tracts approximately five miles apart, this ranch is a combination cow/calf and stocker cattle outfit that is in very good operating condition. In addition to cattle ranching, the ranch also offers outstanding whitetail deer hunting. The rolling hills and deep draws provide scenic vistas and many recreational opportunities. There are several creeks, seasonal streams, and springs that provide water to over 20 ponds. For the last several years this ranch has been home to over 400 mother cows, calves and bulls. The Facts: ~ 4,936± total deeded acres in two separate tracts. ~ Located on the eastern flank of Flint Hills ecosystem in southeastern Kansas. ~ Excellent tallgrass species, with productive soils underlain by limestone and sandstone formations. ~ Excellent year-round cow/calf ranch and an outstanding stocker cattle ranch. ~ Several spring-fed creeks run through large hardwood tree-lined canyons and provide water to over 20 ponds. ~ Trophy whitetail deer hunting along with wild turkey, quail, and prairie chicken. ~ Improvements include one home, several barns, and excellent working pens. ~ Located 95 miles southeast of Wichita or 80 miles north of Tulsa. ~ Great highway access to both tracts. ~ Mineral rights are available for purchase.
$5,500,000  •  4,960 acres
Pettit Ranch consists of 4,960± total acres and is located in the heart of the Nebraska Sandhills. The ranch is highlighted by 1,900± sub-irrigated meadow acres and has capacity for 500 cows on a year-round operation. Water is abundant with ponds, streams, and 23 solar wells.
$25,000,000  •  4,063 acres
Mount Shasta towers above this 4,000± acre ranch with over 3 miles of trout stream, 74 miles of riding trails/roads, meadows, valuable timber resources, and forest service borders. Extensive improvements (almost 50,000 square feet) maximize comfort and enjoyment of this recreational haven for hiking, fishing, and riding.
$5,500,000  •  36.36 acres
Elk Hill, while only 20 minutes from downtown Denver and an hour’s drive to Denver International Airport, has the lure of a secluded, private, and hard-to-find smaller acreage piece of land, combined with ease of access and convenience. Located on 36± acres, Elk Hill’s prime feature is a recently renovated 5,084± square foot, five-bedroom, three-bathroom residence. The land features rolling hills with abundant tree cover, independent access off Grapevine Road, and there is plenty of room for additional outbuildings. The property features tremendous views, is ready to move in, and presents an opportunity to purchase a property that is challenging to find in today’s competitive Denver metro market. Additional land may be purchased. The existing residence features numerous recent improvements. On the exterior, the home boasts a new roof, new soffits, and new gutters, as well as new shutters and awnings over a brand new front porch. The driveway has been expanded, and the garage has new drywall and paint. On the main floor, the hardwood floor has been totally resanded, restained ,and resealed. The half bathroom has all new cabinets, new mirrors, and plumbing fixtures. The newly renovated master ensuite bath boasts a steam shower, jacuzzi tub, heated floors, new cabinets, and California Closets walk-in closets. Additionally, the home has all new KitchenAid appliances and a quick-recovery 75-gallon hot water heater, as well as new carpet and interior paint throughout. Offered in cooperation with Shawn Kelley of Compass and Ronda Courtney of RE/MAX LEADERS.
$4,900,000  •  88.9 acres
This incredibly private swathe of land is known as “Serenity” for a reason. Extending over 88± acres of raw, untouched land that features abundant ponderosa pine and evergreen tree cover, natural rock outcroppings, mild gradient topography, a small pond, excellent views, and unprecedented level of privacy, considering this land’s location at the base of Genesee. This is an unusually rare opportunity to purchase a land mass this size while located only 20 minutes from downtown Denver. Serenity comprises two lots, known as Lot 4 and Lot 5. Lot 4 includes two prime build sites just off the proposed access easement and accessed from Grapevine Road. To the south, Lot 5 is made up of undeveloped land with the opportunity to build or enjoy as is. The undulating topography adds interest and natural beauty, as well as a migration path for local wildlife. Additional land may be purchased. Offered in cooperation with Shawn Kelley of Compass and Ronda Courtney of RE/MAX LEADERS.
$3,450,000  •  1,904 acres
The 2,529± acre Diversified Sandhills Ranch is in the western Sandhills of Nebraska. It is highlighted by a 3,800 head feedlot facility, center pivot system irrigating 448± acres, and 4,100+ square foot log home. Highly diversified to be operated as cow/calf, backgrounding, feedlot, or stocker operation.
$15,430,000  •  27,461 acres
The CC Karval Ranch is located in the counties of Lincoln and Kiowa, Colorado, and consists of 27,461± deeded acres, 1,925± state leased acres, and use of an additional 400± acres, via a private land trade agreement. The ranch has year-round operational capability for 800 head and generates annual income from the 600± acres enrolled in CRP. The majority of the 27,461± deeded acres are contiguous and adjacent to the 1,925± state leased acres and additional private land trade acres. The ranch has a north and south headquarters, each with working facilities and homes. There are multiple water wells, streams, tanks, and a pipeline system. The ranch has 960± dryland farm acres on the southern portion of the property. Half of the Seller’s mineral interest will convey. The Facts: ~ 27,461± deeded acres (mostly contiguous) ~ 1,925± state leased lands ~ A north and south headquarters ~ Abundant water (wells, streams, and tanks) ~ 600± CRP acres ~ 960± dryland farm acres
$14,000,000  •  13,796 acres
Spanning 13,796± deeded acres, Patmos Ranch occupies a dramatic swathe of land dedicated to ranching, hunting, and conservation in eastern Utah. Located about 140 miles southeast of Salt Lake City near Price, Utah, this ranch lies among the eastern Book Cliffs Mountain Range, with views of Bruin Point and the entire Castle Valley. The rugged terrain creates a thriving natural habitat for big game and upland birds, as well as multiple recreational opportunities. Elevations on the ranch range from 6,410 feet near the town of Sunnyside, Utah, to heights of over 10,000 feet at the summit of Bruin Point. The ranch features incredible variation in topography and vegetation, with lower-lying cottonwoods and oaks giving way to cedar, pine, and aspen as the elevation climbs upward. Castle Valley spreads out to the west and south to include San Rafael Swell, Goblin Valley State Park, Huntington, and Millsite State Parks. Boundless recreational opportunities include hiking, biking, four-wheeling, camping, fishing, and hunting. Numerous dinosaur sites, museums, ancient Native American rock art, railroad and mining history, and ghost towns provide a playground for historians. During the winter months, the property’s high elevation and surrounding areas are ideal for cross-country skiing and snowmobiling. Operated as a Cooperative Wildlife Management Unit with an additional 6,100± contiguous acres, the property is professionally managed for elk, mule deer, black bear, and mountain lion, providing owners with private tags and extended seasons. Patmos Ranch has the potential to pasture 100 to 300 cow-calf pairs in the summer months, which provides another draw when it comes to improving the big game habitat. There are vast opportunities for adding structural improvements on the land. The current ownership has identified 12 eligible lodging sites, six of which are large tracts near the road with spectacular views. County roads provide access to a portion of the ranch, while private dirt roads create access throughout the property. The seller is implementing a wildlife habitat and grazing resource improvement program through the Natural Resource Conservation Service (NRCS). What’s more, there are options for carbon tax-generating programs, and the entire property lies in an Economic Opportunity Zone with enormous tax benefits and designations available for conservation easements. Patmos Ranch offers a rare chance to own an enormous expanse of land with extraordinary hunting opportunities that cater to a conservation-minded buyer.
$8,900,000  •  54.91 acres
Those with a dream of Colorado ranch life without giving up the lure of civilization should not overlook “Rancher’s Dream.” Offering 54± deeded acres and featuring professional-grade agriculture buildings, setting the stage for a turnkey equestrian or “gentleman’s’ ranch.” Rancher’s Dream also features an equestrian barn inspired by the gold rush era, with authentic log construction, a saloon-like game room, bunk room with a full bath, and a second floor office and control room. Custom Rockin J Equine horse stalls have concrete floors with rubber floor mats, drains, and automatic water fountains. Dutch doors to the outside and horse runs connecting to a larger corral all made of welded drilling pipe. Nearby, the 20,000± square foot riding arena offers fully insulated on-site riding with a state-of-the-art sound and microphone system. The equipment building features radiant heated floors, lift area, air hoses, and 220-volt outlets for welding. Above the shop is the three-bedroom, two-bathroom ranch hand’s quarters with a private entrance, including a foyer and a half bath on the first floor, cathedral ceilings, natural wood beams, and a kitchen nook dining area. The steel hay barn offers ample room to store hay for the winter. The lower level calf barn is a multi-purpose area that subdivides into three stalls to accommodate several different cows or calves at once. Three garage doors open into three pens. Two hydrants make easy work of watering livestock or hosing down the floors. A final stall includes a Powder River squeeze chute with an electronic scale. During hunting season, the calf barn allows for processing wild game. Offered in cooperation with Shawn Kelley of Compass and Ronda Courtney of RE/MAX LEADERS. The Facts: ~ 20 minutes from downtown Denver and 8± miles west of Golden ~ Within two hours of numerous Colorado ski resorts ~ 54.91± deeded acres ~ 8,648± sq. ft. exceptional log frame equestrian barn ~ 5,280± sq. ft. equipment shop including a 3 bedroom 3 bathroom caretaker residence ~ 20,000± sq. ft. indoor arena ~ Cow/c and hay storage building ~ Gated entry ~ Easy access to I-70 ~ 7,000 feet in elevation ~ Abundant tree cover ~ Turnkey infrastructure ~ Additional adjacent land may be purchased
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