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$1,600,000  •  156 acres
The Little Thompson River Homestead (approximately 155 acres) is rich in history and a unique opportunity for some lucky buyer. Stretching beyond the banks of the Little Thompson River, with year- round access via Highway 36, it is conveniently located 15-20 minutes from Estes Park and Lyons, CO, and 35 minutes to Boulder, CO. This area is an excellent base for recreational opportunities.
$795,000  •  112.81 acres
112 +/- acres of ranch opportunity near Longmont, CO. The property is protected by a conservation easement. Outbuildings allowed but no residential structures. The property could easily be personalized into a farm with trees, crops, grazing horses, cattle, goats, sheep, etc. The land is fenced and has historic ditches, laterals, and a small pond for the animals. Property has an existing cattle shed built in 1993.
$12,900,000  •  105.75 acres
Standing proudly in the shadow of the Rocky Mountains, welcome to this once in a lifetime opportunity to own an iconic feature of the Boulder County landscape, Haystack Mountain. Once thought to be a volcano, its peak sits at an elevation of 5,579 FT, which claims to be the highest point from the Front Range all the way to North Carolina. Geologists now believe rivers and streams slowly eroded part of the Table Mountain Plateau creating Haystack Mountain as we know it today. The mountain and its environs have hosted elk, deer, mountain lions, black bears, coyotes, fox, bobcats, marmots, both bald and golden eagles, great horned owls along with many other raptors, and many fossils have been found on the mountain and its knolls. This land rich in history, can trace its roots from the early Native American tribes who used its peak as a buffalo herd lookout and the surrounding area was a wintering location for the Arapaho tribe led by chief Niwot. Haystack Mountain is said to have earned its name from early settlers and dairy farmers. Mary Elizabeth Bader Arbuthnot, the first pioneer to own Haystack Mountain, acquired the land from the U.S. Government in the 1800s. The property as it sits today has been with the current family for almost 60 years. Offered as a whole, this 105-acre parcel includes 31 shares of Left-Hand Ditch Water and Mineral Rights. The property also allows the new owner the option to create three 35-acre buildable parcels, all with no conservation easement(s). This property is a prime location to build a private residence with panoramic views of Longs Peak, the snowcapped back range, Boulder's Flatirons, and incredible long distance views overlooking Boulder County. Enjoy the peace and tranquility of country living along with convenient access to nearby amenities and easy commutes to downtown Boulder, Niwot, Longmont, and Denver International Airport. Please contact Jeff Erickson or Ryan McIntosh for additional information and with any questions.
$6,700,000  •  68.3 acres
Nestled off 73rd Street, just North of Niwot, an exceptional land opportunity in Boulder County, 68.30 level pastoral acres, (no conservation easement) with incredible mountain views and abundant water rights, including three ponds. Highlighted by a mature treelined driveway, magnificent 11,432 sq.ft. barn, shop and office with service kitchen built by Boulder's premier building contractors, Harrington Stanko in 2003. Included are 70 shares of Left-Hand Ditch water rights, a 4,000 sq.ft. equipment and storage building. Underground utilities are in place to build a new 6500 sq.ft. residence. Upper hay field 20 acres, lower hay field 12 acres, lower pasture with pivot is 20 acres. Lush with exceptional ambiance and over 1,000 mature trees.
$3,900,000  •  40 acres
Privacy with amenities is the first thought when looking at this beautiful home outside of Longmont, Colorado. This 7000+/- custom built home sits on 40+/- deeded acres and is being sold with a highly coveted share of Highland Irrigation Water. The views West from the open floor plan show the the majestic Rocky Mountains that border the Front Range of Colorado. The home features 4 bedrooms with a full master bedroom on each floor.
$2,800,000  •  36 acres
Very private 35-acre estate in the secluded reaches of Spring Gulch, 15 mins from Lyons. Thoughtfully designed home of 4550 sf with 3 beds and 4 baths, built with ADA in mind.
$4,400,000  •  31.5 acres
Commercial Greenhouses, Fields, Laboratory/Office and Residence
$2,950,000  •  24.35 acres
$1,549,000  •  4.95 acres
Take advantage of this opportunity to own your own private farm in Boulder County.
$1,950,000  •  2.9 acres
Nelson Lakes offers the rare opportunity to own and develop your dream estate on approximately 2+ acres of land with exclusive lake access and incredible mountain views, nicely located just 4 miles SE of Longmont, Colorado. Nelson Lakes is a pristine 360-acre property with 85 acres of lakes and nearly 1 ½ miles of Boulder Creek bordering the East edge of the property.
$1,750,000  •  1.88 acres
Nelson Lakes offers the rare opportunity to own and develop your dream estate on approximately 2+ acres of land with exclusive lake access and incredible mountain views, nicely located just 4 miles SE of Longmont, Colorado. Nelson Lakes is a pristine 360-acre property with 85 acres of lakes and nearly 1 ½ miles of Boulder Creek bordering the East edge of the property.
$399,000  •  0.27 acres
Great opportunity to build right in Boulder County. Lot has mountain views and is ready to build. Lot is zoned medium-density residential. Lot was not affected by Marshall fire as there are no improvements.
$349,900  •  0.2 acres
Great opportunity to build close to Boulder and right next to Open Space Property with lots of trails. The west of the property is mainly Open Space and nothing can be built. Mountain views. Lot is zoned for medium residential. Close to lots of shopping and restaurants including Costco, Target, WholeFoods and more. Great schools around the area as well Less than 5 minutes from US-36. Advise client to look at documents provided and review. NO HOA
$475,000  •  0.16 acres
Great opportunity to build right in Boulder County. Lot has mountain views and there are no improvements to the West of the lot. Lot is zoned medium-density residential. Lot was affected by the Marshall fires and home did unfortunately burn, foundation is awaiting clean-up from FEMA/County.