Robert Boe

I grew up in Lake Roberts, New Mexico, a small town where the main source of income was cattle ranches, Forest Service, hunting services and mining. At a young age, I worked for the neighboring ranches and guided hunters.  I also worked for the Forest Service as a wild land fire fighter and when wild land fire season was at an end, I ran a string of pack horses/mules for them.  These jobs gave me an understanding of range management and the dynamics of ranch properties.

I attended New Mexico State University where I took some range, animal science, and real estate classes. Then I had an opportunity to go into partnership on a 54,000 acres ranch lease from the Jicarilla Apache Indian Reservation. My partner and I ran 2000 head of steers which came from Parker, Hawaii. Shortly after that, I married my high school sweetheart, Shay, and moved to Highlands Ranch, Colorado where I decided to train horses full time. 

My horse training business led us to Grand Junction, Colorado where I began starting colts for a local rancher. We started a family with the birth of my son, Logan who now loves flying airplanes with his mom. I continued with the horse training business for 10 years and also worked for the Forest Service in fuel management.

I have been personally involved in investing in real estate and when the time was right, I jumped at the opportunity to become a real estate agent. I rely on my past experiences to help my clients with the challenges of identifying their needs and getting through the buying and selling process with ease.

Contact for Price  •  30.99 acres
Located on approximately 31 acres off a dead-end road that backs up to BLM land, this is an utterly unique property in Mesa County, Colorado. Enjoy privacy and quiet without isolation as it is only minutes to schools, medical facilities and shopping. The 6,000 square foot residence was constructed using fire retardant materials and features custom cabinetry and woodwork and offers stunning views of the Grand Mesa and Mt. Garfield and the Bookcliffs. Additional structures include a heated barn, a two-story metal building that serves as an office up and a shop down, two equipment sheds, a combination fruit cooler and packing shed, a tack shed and two loafing sheds. The property can be your blank canvas; it is currently planted for hay and pasture but would be ideal for fruit trees (peach, cherry, pears, apples), wine grapes or lavender, all of which are being grown nearby. For the novice, there is a lot of support available from Western State Research Center of Colorado State University a few miles away, as well as vinicultural, horticultural and other grower groups. There are rights to 20.05 acres of irrigation water during the season. The water is provided via concrete canal by the Orchard Mesa Irrigation District; comes from the Colorado River and runs with the land. Come check out a little piece of heaven and make it your masterpiece.
Bray Real Estate

Robert Boe
101 N. 7th Street
Grand Junction, CO 81501

Mobile: 970-640-1903