$695,000   •   35 Acres

Indulge in the serenity of McElmo Canyon with this exquisite 35-ac property that boasts over 1/3 mile of tree lined McElmo Creek meandering through and great views of Sleeping Ute Mountain. McElmo Canyon is know for its natural beauty, picturesque vineyards and wineries, ancient ruins and its mild climate. The property has approximately 18 acres of irrigable land for lush hay production and livestock grazing. There are No Covenants or HOA. Land Nestled within the enchanting McElmo Canyon, this captivating 35-acre property is a sanctuary of natural beauty and serenity. The property features one third of a mile of tree-lined McElmo Creek, which greatly enhances the picturesque setting, adding to the allure of this idyllic retreat. Revel in the breathtaking views of Sleeping Ute Mountain, providing an awe-inspiring backdrop to every moment. The region boasts a mild climate, creating an inviting atmosphere for year-round enjoyment. The fertile, irrigated land is a haven for agricultural pursuits, perfect for hay production and grazing, making it an ideal location for a gentleman’s ranch. The long irrigation season and mild climate allows for up to four cuttings of hay annually and a long growing season for fruits and vegetables. Enhancing the appeal, numerous picturesque vineyards and wineries dot the already scenic McElmo Canyon, infusing the area with a touch of sophistication and beauty. Delve into the rich cultural tapestry of the region with the Canyon of The Ancients, an expansive 176,000-acre archaeological site featuring a network of trails for hiking and mountain biking. Hovenweep National Monument is just 20 minutes to the west and was once home to over 2,500 people, Hovenweep includes six prehistoric villages built between A.D. 1200 and 1300. Explore a variety of structures, including multistory towers perched on canyon rims and balanced on boulders. Conveniently located, the property is a mere 25-minute drive to Cortez and a quick 20-minute commute to the airport, offering a harmonious blend of natural splendor and modern accessibility for those seeking a lifestyle immersed in beauty and convenience. The 35 acres being sold is part of a larger parcel that will need to be surveyed and platted prior to closing. Recreation Southwest Colorado is an outdoor enthusiasts dream. There are vast amounts of public land for hiking, biking, jeeping, mountain biking, skiing, hunting, fishing, boating in numerous nearby lakes, vast numbers of ancient ruins to explore and so much more. Agriculture The property has historically been used for hay production and livestock grazing. The mild climate and long irrigation season allows for up to four cuttings of hay annually and provides a long summer growing season for fruits and vegetables. The mild climate and irrigation are conducive for growing grapes and vineyards and wineries are common throughout McElmo Canyon. Location McElmo Creek Estate is conveniently located only 25 minutes to Cortez and just 20 minutes from the Cortez Municipal Airport.


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