Ryan Crete is a Broker Associate for Hayden Outdoors in Colorado. He grew up in Phoenix, Arizona and moved to Fort Collins, Colorado shortly after completing his degree at the University of Arizona. Ryan's love for the outdoors started at a young age when his father introduced him to hunting and fishing. He particularly loves bass fishing and has made many trips up to Eastern Canada to catch smallmouth, pike, and walleye. Ryan prides himself on his work ethic and always does his best to ensure his clients are taken care of and satisfied. In his free time, Ryan enjoys BBQing with family and searching the mountains for a trophy deer or elk.
$130,000 • 6.35 acres
Here is your opportunity to own 6.35 acres in Rist Canyon. With beautiful views of the mountains and the city of Fort Collins, this property gives you the peace and seclusion of the outdoors without being too far from town. An abundance of mule deer live in the area and can be seen on a regular basis, with turkey and elk also making frequent appearances. This property is part of a larger ranch that also has other available parcels. Call Ryan Crete or Zack Wiese for a showing today.
$399,000 • 120 acres
Twin Spruce Retreat - Looking for a Mountain Retreat close to town? This 120 acre property is a quick drive from Boulder and Golden (20 mins) and 45 mins to Denver. The property offers large pine and aspen trees. A trail system throughout the property makes for great hiking and biking. Very close to Golden Gate Canyon State Park and adjoins Jefferson County Open Space making it easy to keep exploring and enjoying the outdoors. Great views can be seen in every direction as you explore the property and the land sets up great for a place to build a cabin.*For hunters* - The property is prime habitat for elk and is located in a rare front range over the counter unit making is easy for anyone to get a tag every year. With elevations ranging from 8,400 to 9,200ft and a lot of dark timber and aspen groves, you will find many elk utilizing the property come September. Additionally mule deer hunting is also very good with very large bucks showing up during the November rut. Tags for Mule Deer can easily be drawn with leftover tags available every year. This area is mostly large ranches/ county owned land so the animals are not pressured at all from public hunters.