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$3,250,000  •  70 acres
Under Contract
Divide Reservoir offers the unique chance to own and enjoy your own private oasis, located just minutes North from the city of Longmont. Encompassing 70+/- acres of scenic lakefront property, Divide Reservoir boasts incredible views of the Colorado foothills, great recreation, unlimited development potential, excellent water storage and much more! With the property comes 435 acre-feet of water storage rights (including the no. 5 priority storage right on the St. Vrain River), with over 500 acre-feet of active storage capacity - providing a great benefit to any new owner. Along with substantial water storage capacity, Divide Reservoir also offers outstanding recreation; including hunting, fishing and boating. The fishing on the property is unparalleled, with the reservoir currently stocked with wipers, blue gill, largemouth bass, catfish and perch. While boating and fishing provide ample entertainment during the Spring and Summer months, the Fall and Winter offer numerous opportunities for recreation. Enjoy hunting ducks and geese on your own private reservoir. There are already several hunting blinds set up throughout the property, with the current hunting lease set to renew September 2020. In addition to great water storage benefits and year-round recreation, perhaps one of the best draws of this property is its location. Surrounded by several larger landholdings, Divide Reservoir boasts exceptional privacy with the convenience of nearby amenities. Located only 10 minutes from Longmont, Colorado and 40 minutes North of Denver, Divide Reservoir is centrally located with close proximity to Colorado's major cities and top attractions. Divide Reservoir truly is a one-of-a-kind offering. Nowhere else can you find a property of this size, nature or location, as you can with this distinct listing. Great for agricultural irrigation, water storage, recreation, a custom estate, municipal or development, the possibilities for this property are endless.
$2,850,000  •  64.07 acres
BOULDER COUNTY HORSE PROPERTY 64.70 ACRES, WATER RIGHTS, VIEWS
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$2,700,000  •  37.07 acres
$2,995,000 • Under Contract
37 acres of pristine riverine property in the heart of Boulder County; conveniently close to the city. Two homes on the property; a main residence with 2,402 sq ft above grade and a quaint ADU of 1,592 sq ft on one level. Left Hand Creek courses through the property and owners have irrigated 5 acres of fertile, fenced-in land directly from the creek. The privacy is unsurpassed and lends itself to tranquil walks along the creek.
$1,975,000  •  19 acres
Very private estate of 19 acres in Lyons. 5,414 sq ft stucco home under a concrete tile roof. 4-car, 1,272 sq ft detached garage, workshop of 992 sq ft with overhead doors, and a barn of 912 sq ft. 8.5kW grid-tied solar array and a well make for cost-effective living. Property is gated and served by a long concrete driveway lined with trees. Irrigation is from the Smead ditch—a senior right providing bountiful water late into the season. Established landscaping watered from an attractive pond.
$1,495,000  •  14 acres
What an opportunity: 14 acres close to town! Buffered on two sides by the Boulder Creek Supply Canal and enjoys views to the west and south. Existing home is a quaint and comfortable 1910 structure in good condition. Useful outbuildings totaling 3,700 sq feet date back to 1930. Land is irrigated and enjoys two perennial springs used to water the yard. 6 shares of N Boulder Farmers Ditch. The location is being built out with high-end homes and values are soaring. Potential to rebuild or remodel. Located only 10 minutes from downtown Boulder and an easy commute to Denver and DIA. Properties with this much acreage and irrigation, this close to town, are becoming increasingly difficult to find in Boulder County.
$3,200,000  •  0 acres
This is potentially a legacy property with world-class views and the privacy you dream of. The property is in need of your touches but it will satisfy the most discerning needs. Three main living areas offer end-user flexibility. Five garages in two sections! To develop the property now would cost double the asking price, before permitting headaches. District water supply and a registered well. Views are truly spectacular, and the property abuts open space through which elk and deer commute.