Welcome to the Hesterly Ranch. This amazing property features an approximately 2500 square foot architecturally designed custom mountain home. Built to allow for incredible views of the surrounding mountains and valleys from nearly every room in the home. In addition, there is a 620 square foot bunkhouse for entertaining your out of town guests. Land Located beside the Lone Cone State Wildlife area, this 35 acre parcel gives direct access to over 4000 acres of state wildlife land and this leads to the San Juan National Forest which stretched to Lone Cone and beyond for recreational opportunities only limited by your imagination. Improvements This 2400 +- Square Foot home was specifically designed for this property to take advantage of the spectacular views in every direction. 3-zone in floor propane heat gives a comfortable warmth even on those cold winter nights, and the Crestron home A/V system provides full control of the sound system and thermostats in the home as well as the outdoor speaker system. Don’t miss the full wine cellar with racking for up to 500 bottles, the outside Jacuzzi hot tub on the lower level porch and for added peace of mind there is a whole house Generac back-up generator. The bunk house/workshop consists of a 620 +- square foot bunkhouse with private bathroom and a 1000+- square foot workshop with covered shed. For your toys and equipment, the property also includes a 1400 +- square foot barn with additional space for tractor storage in the covered section outside of the main barn. Recreation The Lone Cone State Recreational area has an access road that begins near the property and gives vehicle access about 1/2 mile into the area, with a private gate from the Hesterly Ranch for ease of access across the valley to the rest of the State land and National Forest beyond. Water/Mineral Rights & Natural Resources The Hesterly Ranch relies on a rainwater collection system for all of it’s domestic water needs. This system has provided adequate water for the property even through the past couple drought years. A well permit is in place to allow for the collection of rain water.