Mirr Ranch Group


Founded in 2005 by Ken Mirr, Mirr Ranch Group is a ranch real estate brokerage specializing in legacy ranches and sporting properties with conservation values. Our belief is that selling landscapes is comparable to dealing in fine art and requires a depth of understanding, skill, and tailored marketing to reach sophisticated ultra high net-worth buyers.

We have a proven track record, and our group has distinctive backgrounds and education with exceptional communication and negotiation skills. Our team consists of MBAs, marketers, wildlife biologists, outfitters, ranch managers, skilled negotiators from national conservation groups, and PR specialists to tackle the sensitive issues.

$1,250,000  •  292 acres
Located just north of Ft. Laramie, Wyoming, is the Star Burst Ranch, a 292-acre property with great access and immaculate improvements in a picturesque setting in eastern Wyoming. This is a turnkey property that has just enough infrastructure to become the ultimate primary residence or beautiful venue, and just large enough to accommodate a small cow herd and a few horses with supporting improvements to fulfill any needs. Everything on the Star Burst Ranch is thoughtfully designed and laid out making this an exceptional offering that is as diverse as its setting. Contact Jared Souza for more info.
$9,700,850  •  11,307 acres
The Huerfano Assemblage consists of the Orphan, Potts, Big Tree, and Vucetich Ranches located just north of Walsenburg along the I-25 corridor. These properties flank both sides of I-25, are adjacent to the Walsenburg city limits and are ideal for future housing or other development. This region of Huerfano County is known for having exceedingly high wind and solar energy potential. All wind and solar energy rights will convey, and with current trends, presumably, there could be significant unrealized solar and wind value here. These offerings are available individually or in their entirety. In addition to wind / solar development potential, these ranches offer good mid-size grazing opportunities along with good populations of wildlife for hunting or viewing.
$3,995,000  •  1,387 acres
Oak Creek Ranch offers a compelling opportunity to own one of the most unique big game hunting properties in Western Colorado. Perched upon the south flank of the Grand Mesa bordering National Forest and BLM land, the property offers incredible mountain views, great elk and mule deer hunting, year-round access, end-of-the-road privacy, and great proximity to amenities. There is also a newly constructed cabin within walking distance from a grass airstrip for the backcountry aviation enthusiast!
$2,100,000  •  15,000 acres
Bench View at Elk Creek Ranch is a unique lot that is situated on an elevated bench overlooking the White River and ranch below. One of only seven lots located on the bench, this lot has unrivaled views and represents an uncommon opportunity. Like all lots within Elk Creek, ownership includes membership to the shared amenities and incredible resources of the community. Contact Daniel Carter for more information.
$3,950,000  •  15,000 acres
The Madison Lodge at ECR represents a rare turnkey opportunity to own a magnificent existing home situated on a choice pond-side lot near the Village. The house is 4,025 square feet in total and has 4 bedrooms and 4.5 bathrooms, a covered porch, and oversized two-car garage. The home features an open floor plan, heavy timber walls with beautifully crafted dovetail corners, and a showcase-style kitchen. Madison Lodge was designed by revered architect John Gunson of Breckenridge and constructed in 2007 by Giard Homes, a premier western Colorado custom home builder. Every detail of this family retreat-style lodge has been thought through and the property has been immaculately cared for and professionally maintained. Contact Daniel Carter for more information.
$8,900,000  •  24,778 acres
A spectacularly sited expanse of shortgrass prairie located east of Pueblo, CO, the 26,018 total acre BX Ranch is one of Colorado’s great land conservation and regenerative agricultural success stories. Situated just south of the confluence of the Arkansas and Huerfano Rivers and identified by State wildlife officials as crucial shortgrass prairie habitat, the ranch was rescued from decades of over grazing and abuse and given more than a full year of rest. With help from the Savory Institute, the current landowners made significant capital improvements, installing state-of-the-art short-rotation grazing infrastructure, including miles of new electric interior paddock fencing and extensive waterlines servicing new stock tanks and ponds. The improvements allow for a much more productive and healthy grazing regimen which has lead to the robust return of native grasses and a diversity and density of herbaceous cover. Given the increased vegetation, the ranch is more drought tolerant, and boasts double the per-acre carrying capacity of other area ranches. As a large, healthy, and productive expanse of native prairie grass land, the BX is an excellent long-term agricultural investment. Contact Woody Beardsley for more information.
$1,350,000  •  692 acres
Located in the western foothills of Colorado’s secluded Wet Mountains near Westcliffe, CO, the 692-acre Cross D Bar Ranch is a spectacularly sited expanse of mountain parkland. With breathtaking views of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains to the West, the ranch is graced with the mixed terrain and vegetation that typify Colorado’s Front Range foothills mountain park ecosystem. The upper headwaters of Hardscrabble Creek flow through the heart of a stunning meadow, surrounded by subalpine forest made up of lodgepole and ponderosa pine, mixed conifer, and aspen stands. The ranch is protected by a Deed of Conservation Easement held by Colorado Open Lands. The easement covers 627 acres of the ranch and allows for two additional future building envelopes (see map). Historically developed as a remote RV campground and recreational mountain retreat, the ranch boasts substantial commercial-grade infrastructure and utilities located in the strategic center of the property. A beautiful conservation achievement with significant development potential, the Cross D Bar Ranch is an excellent long-term investment opportunity. Contact Woody Beardsley for more information.
$1,900,000  •  15,000 acres
Valley Overlook at Elk Creek Ranch is perched on an elevated bench with the valley and White River meandering below. This lot provides a great buildable homesite with wonderful views and privacy. Like all lots within Elk Creek, ownership includes membership to the shared amenities and incredible resources of the community. Please contact Daniel Carter for more information.
$1,800,000  •  250 acres
Welcome to the Valley Springs Ranch, a compelling sporting retreat along the banks of the Gunnison River. The property offers 250 acres of prime hunting and fishing habitat with 0.9 miles of Gunnison River frontage, approximately 1.5 miles of Tongue Creek frontage, several springs, and water rights. Contact Mike McGarry for more information.
$96,000,000  •  50,039 acres
With over 11 miles of the Vermejo River and mineral rights, the Dawson Elk Valley Ranch is one and a half times larger than the state’s capital city of Santa Fe. This scenic and historic 50,039 acre Land of Enchantment treasure is located near Cimarron, New Mexico, within an hour’s drive of Raton and I-25 (east) and the ski areas of Angel Fire and Red River (west). The beautifully diverse landscape that ranges from approximately 6,160’ to nearly 8,000’ in elevation, boasts abundant wildlife from antelope at lower elevations to trophy elk and deer that seasonally range from the lower river valleys to the high elevation forests. Please contact Jeff Hubbard for more information.
$39,500,000  •  680 acres
Canyon Creek Ranch resides in the coveted 14,000-acre Grand River Ranch in the heart of the Rocky Mountains. Situated only two miles from Kremmling, this community of ranches is a unique combination of high alpine aspens, vertical rock formations, lush valleys, and rolling irrigated meadows. Grand River Ranch was designed for those who wish to own a ranch but need access to world-class amenities like the artfully crafted main lodge, private fishing cabins, and equestrian facilities. At the moment, the Canyon Creek Ranch is the only available parcel and opportunity to become a part of the exclusive Grand River Ranch. Canyon Creek Ranch sits at the southern end of the community with complete end-of-the-road privacy and views of the Gore Range, Flat Tops Wilderness, and the Continental Divide. The property is the perfect canvas for future owners to build their dream home with an existing yurt, trail system, driveway, underground electricity, and well site. While you are building your dream home, you can stay at the existing yurt or enjoy Grand River Ranch by staying at the lodge or the fishing cabins. When you buy into the Grand River Ranch, you are investing in your own slice of the American West with all the comforts of home. Contact Haley Mirr for more information.
$4,500,000  •  4,400 acres
Located in both northern Utah and southern Idaho, Hat Springs Ranch, a working cattle and equestrian ranch, is a pleasant drive from Salt Lake City. The ranch compound is neatly arranged on both sides of a well-maintained road in Malta, Idaho with the Raft River Range providing a dramatic backdrop. Feedlots provide capacity for 800 head of cattle with summer grazing on higher grounds. Irrigation and stock watering are done with water flowing from three springs located at the foothills of the Raft River Mountains. The ranch offers an idyllic setting for a family retreat or guest lodge with the great outdoors as your backyard. Contact Chris Corroon for more information.
$6,800,000  •  185 acres
Situated in a quiet region of the Cache Valley, the Diamond J represents one of the largest undeveloped properties at the eastern base of the Wellsville Mountains. Known for its strong production of agricultural and dairy products, the Cache Valley boasts lush green pastures, a great sense of community, and a proud pioneer heritage. Ownership of the ranch provides great long-term investment potential for a family seeking a retreat in conjunction with the ongoing agricultural operations. Contact Chris Corroon for more information.
$1,475,000  •  113 acres
Few places on Earth can match the alpine views from the breathtaking building envelope of the Huntsman Reserve! Unobstructed, protected, views of Chair Mountain and the secluded Ragged Mountain Wilderness are unparalleled in all of Colorado. Located adjacent to the ‘Roadless Area” Gunnison National Forest, the undeveloped foreground views will be virtually protected forever. This exclusive home site on the edge of an Alpine Mesa, behind a locked gate, has been precisely selected to maximize security and privacy, in a wilderness forest setting, for the discriminating homeowner and family. Contact Mike McGarry for more information.
$12,500,000  •  4,823 acres
JW Ranch offers the opportunity to own one of the few significant ranch properties in the iconic Cuchara Valley of southern Colorado. This ranch in Colorado offers the unique and coveted combination of supreme privacy, excellent hunting, and livestock production all only 5 minutes away from the quaint town of La Veta with restaurants/cafes, grocery, and hardware stores. The land itself is mostly gently rolling with an ideal mix of meadows and Oak/Cottonwood/Pine cover; there is an abundance of water here, with three creeks traversing the length of the ranch along with multiple seeps, springs, tanks, and natural lakes. This property is protected by a conservation easement allowing for the renovation of existing structures and construction of a new home and outbuildings with no size restrictions on an ideally sited 3-acre building envelope. Contact Jeff Hubbard or Pat Lancaster for more information.
$29,000,000  •  1,292 acres
This is one of the most coveted river valleys in Colorado with world-class fly fishing and spectacular panoramic views of the Gore Range all within 20 miles of skiing and 80 miles of Denver. Bordering the White River National Forest for 3 miles, the Pass Creek Ranch offers exclusive Blue River frontage, lush irrigated fields, and exquisite improvements. Contact Woody Beardsley for more information.
$1,000,000  •  29,962 acres
Sunview Ranch is an expansive year-round ranch consisting of nearly 30,000 acres of one of the largest remaining tracts of sandhill prairie left in the region. The Sunview Ranch currently operates in conjunction with a very large-scale cattle operation, standing alone Sunview can run approximately 420 pairs year-round with a supplemental protein feed source during the winter months, and a small hay pile for emergency situations. This ranching operation is made up of 31 pastures and has adopted a forage utilization strategy of “take ⅓, leave ⅔” per the terms of the management plan and conservation easement. The dominant vegetation on the rangelands in this region is sand sagebrush, which provides critical habitat for a number of animal and plants species reliant on sandhill prairie habitat. As such, the Kansas ranch offers great hunting opportunities with trophy mule deer, pronghorn, elk, and scaled quail. Sunview cattle ranch is a low overhead ranching operation, with great conservation values and recreational attributes. For questions and information requests regarding the conservation values of the ranch, please contact Conservation and Ecosystem Services Specialist, Ben Guillon or broker Jared Souza.
$38,647,000  •  1,123 acres
The Farm on the Colorado is a resource-filled, legacy investment opportunity consisting of a 1,123± acre ranch in the bustling Colorado River valley west of Glenwood Springs. The Farm is likely the largest flat, irrigated expanse on a single, private property in the entire I-70 corridor through the rugged Rocky Mountain stretch between Denver and Grand Junction and identified in Garfield County‘s Comprehensive Plan as a prime location for future development. The area is primarily a Ski Country bedroom community, located an hour from the Aspen and Vail areas. While it possesses a Glenwood Springs address, the property is located within the Town of New Castle’s Urban Growth Boundary and adjacent to the town border, so depending on a new owner’s plans it can be ripe for annexation. Contact Tommy Latousek for more information.
$25,000,000  •  7,942 acres
Situated in the heart of south-central Utah, Annabella Land and Cattle offers nearly 88,000 acres of deeded land and public grazing leases in and around the Fishlake National Forest. The ranch is the largest stakeholder in the exclusive Monroe Mountain Trophy Elk Association, which is world-renowned for its elk herd and trophy bulls and guarantees annual landowner hunting permits. With irrigated meadows, conservation values, and incredible recreation, all just over 2 hours from Salt Lake City, this is one of Utah’s largest preeminent hunting and grazing operations. Contact Chris Corroon for more information.
$15,950,000  •  137 acres
One of the most beloved, well-known properties in the greater Roaring Fork Valley as a result of the Dallenbach family’s longtime hospitality and stewardship. Many locals and visitors have attended events large and small hosted at the ranch, including the Colorado 500, weddings, and the numerous non-profit fundraisers that often take place on the emerald lawn beside the beautiful Fryingpan River. Contact Tommy Latousek for more information.
$925,000  •  82 acres
This beautiful property is ideally located in the Pine River Valley on Bear Creek, just 9 miles north of the friendly town of Bayfield. The property has strong development and conservation potential with great water rights, important wildlife habitat, and scenic accessible frontage along Bear Creek. Contact Woody Beardsley for more information.
Mirr Ranch Group

Mirr Ranch Group
901 Acoma Street
Denver, CO 80204

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