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$8,250,000  •  49,808 acres
The Nichols Ranch consists of 3,610± deeded acres, 240± State of Wyoming and 45,958± BLM lease acres for a total of 49,808± contiguous acres. The owners have historically run 200 cow/calf pairs, 50 yearlings, and 45 head of horses year-round and 500 pairs for five months. Cattle handling and gathering are very convenient on this scenic western ranch. Two Zimmatic pivots irrigate 136± acres of alfalfa and there is 525± acres of flood-irrigated native grass. The ranch produces adequate, high-quality hay to winter 300 cow/calf pairs. Ample water is provided from irrigation ditches via Muddy Creek, four domestic wells along with a solar livestock well located on the BLM lease ground. The improvements at the headquarters include a beautiful 3,911 sq. ft. home with four bedrooms and 3½ bathrooms, an detached, oversized garage/shop, a 2,600 sq. ft. horse barn with stalls and runs, and a one bedroom, one-bathroom apartment, a lean-to with numerous runs and an all steel arena with “Chute Help and Auto Chute”. The cattle working facilities are located one-half mile west of the headquarters and are easily accessible for gathering, shipping and turn-out. These facilities include a covered alley and hydraulic squeeze chute with a functional set of pipe pens, outbuildings and livestock scale. This scenic ranch is located at the foot of the Wind River mountains with views to the west of the Wyoming Range. The Nichols Ranch offers exceptional antelope hunting and trout fishing along with other hunting opportunities for elk and deer. Located 19 miles south of Boulder and 31 miles south of Pinedale.
$20,975,000  •  26,056 acres
26,056 total acres (20,502 deeded) Trophy elk hunting, mule/whitetail deer, & antelope Over 15 miles of trout fishing on the Laramie River & Bluegrass Creek Two luxury homes, guest house, & staff housing One hour from Laramie & three hours from Denver, CO
$20,975,000  •  20,502 acres
Thunder River Ranch is classic Wyoming - a large working ranch encompassing a diverse landscape that is loaded with wildlife and fishing. With over 40 square miles to its credit (26,056± total acres, consisting of 20,502± deeded and 5,554± leased acres), the ranch is well-blocked and extremely private. Situated along the western flank of the Laramie Mountains, the ranch is not far from Laramie to the south or Wheatland to the east. Essentially a giant rectangle running 8± miles by 5± miles, there are no public roads within its boundaries. The Laramie River runs the length of it, with a total distance of 11± miles. If that wasn’t enough, there are several other fishing streams and shorelines on a massive reservoir. The ranch encompasses a diverse landscape, ranging from irrigated river bottom and rolling grasslands to pine forested foothills interspersed with lush draws, rugged canyons and granite outcrops. Elevations range from 6,500 to 7,600 feet. Prolific wildlife and big game hunting are main attractions of Thunder River Ranch, which is located in Area 7, one of the nation’s finest trophy elk hunting areas. The ideal elk habitat on the ranch, combined with historically light hunting pressure, has resulted in a resident elk sanctuary. Herds in excess of 500 elk are regularly seen on the ranch, and mature bull elk scoring over 380 inches are not uncommon. Other big game include both mule and whitetail deer, antelope, black bear, mountain lion, turkey and a large variety of waterfowl. Landowner tags are available for elk, mule deer and antelope. Thunder River Ranch is also one of the best-watered ranches in Wyoming, with an incredible 11± miles of the Laramie River, 3.7± miles of Bluegrass Creek, and three miles of shoreline along Wheatland Reservoir No 2. The river and streams support wild populations of brown, brook and rainbow trout, some of which grow to the 20+ inch class. Bluegrass Creek is a particularly productive tributary that can keep the most avid fly-fisher occupied for days. Other small tributaries on the ranch hold wild brook trout in abundance. Multiple ponds, springs and lakes exist throughout the property (some of which hold trophy trout) and many more could be developed. The Big Spring represents an 1892 water right that irrigates meadows west of the river and offers additional spring-fed fishery enhancement potential. The Thunder River Ranch has a proven track record as a cattle business. Presently it is home to 1,300 to 1,500± yearling calves for summer grazing, with water rights for irrigating up to 800± acres. The entire ranch is perimeter and cross fenced, and a full complement of well-maintained ranch buildings supports the cattle operation. Two luxury homes sit near the Laramie River and are the headquarters for the owner and guests, complete with porches ideal for watching elk graze or simply soaking in the 100-mile views of the broad Wyoming horizon. The historic homestead house and classic old schoolhouse have been renovated and are well suited for an employee or guest housing. A fourth ranch homestead is located in the backcountry of the ranch and serves well as a hunting and fishing base camp. Although remarkably private, the Thunder River Ranch is easily accessible to Wheatland, a solid ranching community 30± miles to the east, and Laramie, about an hour’s drive to the south, the home of the University of Wyoming and commercial air service. The larger communities of northern Colorado, including Fort Collins, Boulder and Steamboat Springs are a couple of hours distant, and Denver International Airport is approximately three hours away. Impressive in scale and unlimited in recreational opportunities, Thunder River Ranch is easy to manage and ready for immediate enjoyment. ACREAGE BREAKDOWN 20,502± Deeded Acres 4,274± BLM Lease Acres 1,280± State of WY Lease Acres 26,056± Total Acres Co-listed with Hunter Harrigan of Harrigan Land Company and Steve Duerr of Jackson Hole Real Estate Associates.
$44,900,000  •  17,656 acres
Diamond Tail Ranch embodies the iconic image of an authentic Rocky Mountain ranch, encompassing a secluded valley at the base of snow-capped peaks, with a trout-filled river flowing through lush meadows and pastures dotted with abundant wildlife grazing alongside ranch livestock. The picturesque setting for this extraordinary ranch is the pristine upper Laramie River Valley in northern Colorado, an optimal locale where the river spills out of the high country into a broad valley ringed by mountains. Spanning the entire five-mile width of the basin, Diamond Tails 17,656+/- deeded acres ascend up the surrounding mountain slopes to wilderness, national forest and BLM boundaries. Incredible amounts of water flow onto the property from all sides, highlighted by over 27 miles of live water and outstanding private trout fishing. The Laramie River, an excellent wild brown fishery, flows through the heart of the ranch for 11.5+/- miles. Two tributary streams, McIntyre and LaGarde Creeks, add 5.8+/- miles of additional trout fishing. A handful of smaller year-round creeks contribute another 9.8 miles of water for agriculture and wildlife. With all this live water flowing through the ranch, homesteaders began filing on the water for irrigation beginning as early as 1880. In total, an astounding 307.6+/- CFS of senior water rights are owned by the ranch, irrigating approximately 3,000 acres. Rich riparian and production areas are complemented by rolling grassland prairies ideal for grazing. As they had done for centuries, a large bison herd still roams the ranch today. Diamond Tail is well known for its commercial bison, operating successfully for over 30 years. The 750+/- head bison herd is complemented by a ranch cattle herd of 350 head plus another 450+/- head leased during the summer grazing season. Grazing permits adjacent to the ranch add 20,225+/- acres of additional capacity, and a capable ranch manager and staff ensure an efficient operation. The higher elevations of the ranch add attractive scenery as well as habitat diversity for abundant wildlife. Aspen groves and timbered hillsides provide bedding and cover to balance the water and feeding areas, attracting game from the surrounding Rawah Wilderness, Roosevelt National Forest and BLM lands. Resident species include prolific herds of elk, as well as mule and whitetail deer, moose, pronghorn, black bear, cougar, grouse and a variety of waterfowl. The sheer size of the ranch, combined with plentiful wildlife and Landowner Preference applications, make it an excellent hunting property. Since 1979, Diamond Tail Ranch has been carefully stewarded by the Duncan family, owners of renown Silver Oak Cellars. A functional array of quality improvements are utilized for owner, guest and operational usage. Well-maintained buildings range from historic barns to modern owners homes and authentic guest cabins. Unique structures such as a dining hall and hilltop chapel help accommodate large groups comfortably. The ranch is outfitted with on-site employee housing, operational support buildings, livestock handling facilities, and even a private airstrip. Despite its secluded mountain valley locale, Diamond Tail is easily accessible 45+/- minutes from all services in Laramie, Wyoming, including the commercial airport, and only 2-3 hours from the Ft. Collins, Boulder and Denver metro areas. Steeped in historical significance, natural resources and ecological importance, Diamond Tail Ranch is truly one of the most appealing and significant large-scale mountain ranches to become available in recent years. It is exceptionally rare to find a diverse ranch running on over 37,800 contiguous acres, spanning a beautiful river valley, and no existing conservation easement. Even more compelling is a successful ag component that supports the ownership of the ranch, without interfering with its recreation. ACREAGE BREAKDOWN 17,656+/- Deeded Acres 9,905+/- USFS Grazing Allotment Acres 8,400+/- BLM Grazing Lease Acres 1,920+/- State of Colorado Grazing Lease Acres 37,881+/- Total Acres
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$3,900,000  •  2,149 acres
The N. Sterling Reservoir Ranch is a 2,149± deeded acre parcel approximately 18 miles north of Sterling, Colorado with waterfront on the reservoir. The topography of the ranch consists of flat pastures, shorelines with HUGE cottonwoods and boulder-covered hillsides with a variety of vegetation. There are also many shelter belts lined with cedars and plum trees. All of this provides ample protection for wildlife. Several species frequent the property including mule deer, white-tailed deer, antelope, jack rabbits, dove, wild turkeys, coyotes and of course ducks and geese. The property boundaries extend into the lake to make waterfowl hunting available as water levels fluctuate. The lake also has walleye, bass, catfish and other species of fish. With private access to the lake, the recreational opportunities are endless. This property offers several building sites and is located only 25 minutes from Sterling and about 2-1/4 hours from Denver. There is a 30’x50’ metal building with electricity and septic. There is also a historic ranch house located on the property.
$8,120,000  •  812 acres
The 812± acre El Dorado Preserve presents a significant amount of raw, undeveloped and recreational land within 35 minutes of downtown Denver and less than an hour’s drive to Denver International Airport. Located only eight miles from Golden, this property is easily accessible off Crawford Gulch road. A combination of expansive mountain meadows, an abundance of heavily timbered land, diverse and undulating topography, rock outcroppings, seasonal stream, small lake, and exceptional views of Denver. As the Front Range and population of Colorado continues to expand, large acreage holdings like El Dorado Preserve with its proximity and accessibility to Denver and area attractions are increasingly rare to find. The Facts: ~ 812± deeded acres ~ Equipment shop/barn ~ 8 miles or 15 minutes from downtown Golden, off Crawford Gulch Road via a private road ~ Less than a 30 minute drive to Downtown Denver, 35 minutes to Boulder, and 35 minutes to Blackhawk ~ Less than an hour from Denver International Airport and Rocky Mountain Metropolitan Airport at Broomfield ~ Located between Golden Gate Canyon State Park, Ralston Creek State Wildlife Area, and White Ranch Park ~ Within two hours of several major Colorado ski resort ~ Views of Downtown Denver, Pikes Peak, and Continental Divide ~ Abundant wildlife includes elk, deer, bear, and turkey ~ Elevation ranges from 6,500’ to 9,200’ featuring tremendous topographical diversity ~ Abundant dark timber, pine, spruce, and aspen trees with vast open meadows and wildflowers ~ Spring fed lake and seasonal stream ~ Water rights ~ Development and/or conservation easement potential or executive retreat ~ Private internal and developed trail system
$2,250,000  •  600 acres
North Middle Fork RanchNorth Middle Fork Ranch (NMFR), located 45 minutes outside Boulder between Lyons and Rocky Mountain National Park, is 600± acres of private, pristine and beautiful mountain land within Roosevelt National Forest. Just off the dramatic South St. Vrain Canyon, NMFR lies at the end of a Forest Service Road. NMFR features undulating lush meadows, Ponderosa and aspen forests, significant rock formations, and more than two miles of Dry St. Vrain Creek.NMFR possesses unusual Boulder County-granted entitlements to construct sizable residential and recreational buildings. The owner may select for improvements any two of four outstanding building envelopes. On one site, a private residence and related buildings totaling 15,000 square feet are allowed; on the second site, the owner may construct up to 35,000 square feet of equestrian, agricultural and other buildings, including a 2,000-square-foot caretaker’s residence. A total of 50,000 square feet of structures may be built.Offered in cooperation with Rob Feder, Conservation Land Inc.The Facts:600± deeded acres12± miles from Lyons and 25± miles from BoulderNearly surrounded by Roosevelt National ForestWithin 30 minutes of Rocky Mountain National Park2+ miles of Dry St. Vrain CreekU.S. Forest Service easement to use and improve Forest Road as residential accessAccess route to all building envelopes pre-approved by Boulder CountyVested rights to construct buildings, including two residences, totaling 50,000 square feetChoice of pre-approved building envelopesAbundant elk, bear and other wildlifeOutstanding native plant communitiesHeavy timberScenic viewsElevations range from 6,300 feet to 8,200 feet 
$720,000  •  576 acres
Boulder Ranch is a 576 acre ranch located just northeast of Ada, OK and is a 90 mile drive from OKC, 115 miles from Tulsa and 170 miles from Dallas. Resting only 1 1/4 mile from the South Canadian River, this heavily wooded ranch is the perfect hideout for deer moving up and down the river. The property has steep elevation changes that span 150 feet of relief. The side slopes are ringed with gigantic boulders that have interesting overhangs and balanced rocks. Most are easy to climb and would be a wonderland for kids and active adults to play in. Small wet weather streams trickle down the hollows and cascade over the rocks for a few days after it rains. The combination of big elevation changes, moss covered rocks and mature hardwood timber makes this a really enjoyable hiking area.A ranch this large with such steep terrain would normally be difficult to access. However, Boulder Ranch benefits from over five miles of maintained roads and trails that are used to access small oil wells on the property. The wells have been maintained better than most we are used to seeing and the land has suffered very little as a result of energy production.Three small ponds and the wet weather drainages provide water for wildlife. In addition, one hollow has the topography to hold 30 surface acres of water if you are looking for a place to build a large lake. In addition, this area is known for trophy whitetails. We have put out trail cameras and will update the listing with pictures as we get them. If you are looking for a large block of woods with some interesting rock features and don't mind energy production, then this property could be an absolute steal for you because of the low price that is being asked. Boulder Ranch could be the ideal place to hunt, hike and maybe even pursue your lake building dreams at a price that is rarely seen these days. If you would like more information or want to schedule a showing, please give us a call.
$4,490,000  •  449 acres
The 449± acre Crawford Mountain Ranch presents a significant amount of raw, undeveloped and recreational land within 35 minutes of downtown Denver and less than an hour’s drive to Denver International Airport. Located only eight miles from Golden, this property is easily accessible off Crawford Gulch road. A combination of expansive mountain meadows, an abundance of heavily timbered land, diverse and undulating topography, rock outcroppings, seasonal stream, small lake, and exceptional views of Denver. As the Front Range and population of Colorado continues to expand, large acreage holdings like Crawford Mountain Ranch with its proximity and accessibility to Denver and area attractions are increasingly rare to find. The Facts: ~ 449± deeded acres ~ Equipment shop/barn ~ 8 miles or 15 minutes from downtown Golden, off Crawford Gulch Road via a private road ~ Less than a 30 minute drive to Downtown Denver, 35 minutes to Boulder, and 35 minutes to Blackhawk ~ Less than an hour from Denver International Airport and Rocky Mountain Metropolitan Airport at Broomfield ~ Located between Golden Gate Canyon State Park, Ralston Creek State Wildlife Area, and White Ranch Park ~ Within two hours of several major Colorado ski resort ~ Views of Downtown Denver, Pikes Peak, and Continental Divide ~ Abundant wildlife includes elk, deer, bear, and turkey ~ Elevation ranges from 6,500’ to 9,200’ featuring tremendous topographical diversity ~ Abundant dark timber, pine, spruce, and aspen trees with vast open meadows and wildflowers ~ Spring fed lake and seasonal stream ~ Water rights ~ Development and/or conservation easement potential or executive retreat ~ Private internal and developed trail system
$4,186,000  •  364 acres
The 364± acre Golden Valley Ranch presents a significant amount of raw, undeveloped and recreational land within 35 minutes of downtown Denver and less than an hour’s drive to Denver International Airport. Located only eight miles from Golden, this property is easily accessible off Crawford Gulch road. A combination of expansive mountain meadows, an abundance of heavily timbered land, diverse and undulating topography, rock outcroppings, seasonal stream, small lake, and exceptional views of Denver. As the Front Range and population of Colorado continues to expand, large acreage holdings like Golden Valley Ranch with its proximity and accessibility to Denver and area attractions are increasingly rare to find. The Facts: ~ 364± deeded acres ~ 8 miles or 15 minutes from downtown Golden, off Crawford Gulch Road via a private road ~ Less than a 30 minute drive to Downtown Denver, 35 minutes to Boulder, and 35 minutes to Blackhawk ~ Less than an hour from Denver International Airport and Rocky Mountain Metropolitan Airport at Broomfield ~ Located between Golden Gate Canyon State Park, Ralston Creek State Wildlife Area, and White Ranch Park ~ Within two hours of several major Colorado ski resort ~ Views of Downtown Denver, Pikes Peak, and Continental Divide ~ Abundant wildlife includes elk, deer, bear, and turkey ~ Elevation ranges from 6,500’ to 9,200’ featuring tremendous topographical diversity ~ Abundant dark timber, pine, spruce, and aspen trees with vast open meadows and wildflowers ~ Spring fed lake and seasonal stream ~ Water rights ~ Development and/or conservation easement potential or executive retreat ~ Private internal and developed trail system
$2,250,000  •  320 acres
Stonewood Meadows Ranch consists of 320 acres of beautiful meadows, forests and rock outcroppings. Conveniently located close to the Front Range, Stonewood Meadows Ranch is the perfect high country getaway. You are welcomed by a custom built, off the grid cabin which overlooks a lush mountain meadow and private pond. Adventure is around every corner here.Improvements - The cozy cabin, also known as Hummingbird Cottage, is being offered partially furnished. It has all the necessities to comfortably sleep 8 people including, two bedrooms, one bathroom, and 1,394 finished square feet. In addition, it also has a loft and an extra sleeping nook. The stunning spa like bathroom with double shower heads is yet another place to relax. The cabin features a quaint kitchen with great views, large beams, and pine wood floors. The wood burning fireplace in the great room can efficiently heat the cabin any time of year. Just a few steps outside the cabin you will find it easy to enjoy a warm cup of coffee on the covered porch or in the gazebo while listening to the quaking Aspens and watching the wildlife meander through the meadow and around the pond.This true off the grid cabin is self-sustaining utilizing solar energy for electricity. It comes with radiant floor propane heat and a back up generator. Additionally, the cabin is of strawbale construction and has won some awards for its design and tremendous enviro-friendly green features. Location & History - Stonewood Meadows Ranch is located 30 minutes from Estes Park CO, one hour to Longmont, Boulder or Ft. Collins, and two hours from Denver. The ranch is accessible using Hell Canyon Rd, a 4 wheel drive road for 3.5 miles. The road is maintained by the local road association comprised of the neighboring land owners. The road is a little rough, nevertheless once you take your first steps onto the ranch you will know the drive was well worth it. The history here at Stonewood Meadows is rich and is evident by old farm implements and old livestock pens. Land & Wildlife -This property has all the features an outdoor enthusiast could ask for. Off-roading trails make it easy to get around the property on foot or car, but the fun does not stop there. Tons of additional trails can be found on the surrounding Roosevelt National Forest making you feel as though you can never stop exploring. Horseback riding, hiking, and much more are right at your fingertips with exceptional views and fresh mountain air. The healthy pond is ready to be stocked and is currently full of many small aquatic creatures. Animals including elk, mule deer, bear, mountain lion, moose, and even wild turkey frequently use the pond. All four seasons are spectacular on the ranch and in the Fall you may hear elk bugling right outside your back door.Elevations on the property range between 8100 and 8400 with a great mix of towering spruce, pine, and aspen trees. The forest is very healthy, as evidenced by all the vegetation including vibrant wildflowers, wild raspberry, and grassy areas. Views of Longs Peak, Rocky Mountain National Park and even the Denver skyline can be seen from the upper meadows on the property. Perhaps the highlight of the ranch is the sense of seclusion which is why the current owner decided to put a Conservation Easement on the property; protecting it from ever being heavily developed. Of course, if you have a big family, you have the possibility of an additional four building envelopes on the property.Located behind two locked gates the ranch is the perfect place to get away from the hustle of the city and appreciate the fresh mountain air. Call Zack Wiese for a showing.
$525,000  •  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.
$1,400,000  •  120 acres
Bearly Scene Ranch is a ideal recreational property located 20 miles west of Loveland, CO. The private gated community offers incredible seclusion, while the 120 deeded acres is set up perfectly to hunt, fish, and for your enjoyment of the outdoors. The 3 bed 2 bath 1,792 sf cabin sits in a secluded ravine and overlooks a large stocked pond, and is nicely finished with large windows and a great deck. National Forest on two sides of the property adds very valuable access to thousands of acres of very private National Forest.The Land - Situated at an elevation of 7,600ft the property is a blend of pines, with some pockets of aspens, and a large open meadows along the creek bottom. The North Fork of the Little Thompson River runs through the property and feeds the healthy trout pond. Fishing for rainbow trout in the pond is a blast, and is a great fly fishing spot. Rainbows in the 20 inch range are waiting to be caught. Owning this property also gives you access to miles and miles of horseback and four wheel riding trails through the national forest.Hunting - Hunting in unit 20 has some of the best elk hunting Colorado has to offer. The property and National Forest is loaded with wildlife and is in the direct path of the elk that migrate down from Rocky Mountain National Park. Whether you are hunting archery or late season rifle this place is secluded enough to hold wildlife year round. Mule deer, elk, moose and much more call this area home year round. The opportunity to own 120 acres bordering inaccessible National Forest this close to the front range is something that is becoming tougher and tougher to find.Improvements - The 1,792 square foot cabin is the perfect addition to the property. The 3 bedrooms and 2 bathroom cabin is cozy, comfortable, low maintenance and energy efficient. Heated by natural gas and powered by solar panels, batteries and a backup generator. A large detached barn with concrete flooring is the perfect place to keep your four- wheelers, equipment or other toys. The property also sets up well to be a horse property, with fencing, gates, water and pasture already in place. In addition the property has very low taxes and the forest has been very well maintained.Location - Located off Pole Hill Road the ranch behind locked gates and is 45 minutes to Loveland, Colorado, 1 hour to Fort Collins/Boulder and 1:30 to Denver. Pole Hill continues to Estes Park via a Jeep trail!There is so many quality characteristics Bearly Scene Ranch offers, bundled together is what makes this property so special. See for yourself by contacting Zack Wiese.
$3,300,000  •  119 acres
Rocking R - Vacant Land presents an opportunity to acquire a property to build a private residence or develop into smaller parcels. Contiguous to Rabbit Mountain Open Space, this 119± acre parcel of land is a rarity in today’s market. Direct access off Highway 66 and year-round County Road 64, the property is easily accessible and well located between Boulder, Longmont, Lyons, and Estes Park. The Facts • Acreage: 119± acres • Elevation: 5,071 feet above sea level • Zoning: Agricultural • Mineral Rights: Seller's ownership of surface and sub-surface minerals is included in the sale • Fertile soils • Irrigation waterways • Water rights • Three potential building sites • Adjacent to Rabbit Mountain Open Space
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$4,950,000  •  110 acres
$6,200,000
Rocking R - Horse Ranch is the preeminent equestrian property for sale in Boulder County today. The property offers 110± acres, irrigated brome grass hay meadows, sufficient water rights and is conveniently located within twenty minutes of Boulder and less than five minutes from Lyons, Colorado off paved Highway 66. Extensive improvements punctuate this property and include three homes, a 36,400± sq. ft. indoor arena, horse barn, equipment shop, a large hay barn, multiple loafing sheds, two outdoor arenas, supplement agricultural buildings, and miles of piped fencing throughout. Three large, livewater irrigation waterways lined with old-growth cottonwood trees traverse through the property, adding a beautiful aesthetic element. In an area of Colorado nationally recognized for its equestrian influence, the Rocking R - Horse Ranch is a turn-key opportunity. The Facts: ~ 110± acres, includes 63± acres of irrigated land ~ Elevation:  5,071 feet above sea level ~ Zoning:  AgriculturalMineral Rights:  Seller's ownership of surface and sub-surface minerals is included in the sale ~ The Barn House, two staff houses, two potential building sites ~ Indoor arena, two outdoor arenas ~ Horse barn, veterinary room ~ Office / garages ~ Hay barn and equipment shed ~ Corrals and loafing sheds ~ Hay production ~ Irrigation waterways
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Contact for Price  •  100 acres
100 Acres Located near Medina TX. 30 Minutes from Kerrville and 20 Minutes from Bandera via Hwy 16 to FM 2107 to Rocky Creek Rd (Please see Map) This ranch has a large main home, a fantastic guest cabin, a 3-stall horse stable and a large equipment/project barn and hilltop pavilion with fire pit. There is plenty of land to hike, bike, ride horses, hunt, and ATV on. There are 2 water features connected by a rocked in canal. The main water feature is .20 acre in size and 13 ft deep. It is fed by a combination of fresh spring water and a solar well. The pond has a liner in it and is rimmed by boulder-scaping and manicured lawn, extensively landscaped. This water feature is located below the main home and ties into a terraced hillside creating a stunning recreational feature that is unique and tranquil. The pond is stocked with bass, catfish, perch, and koi. There is a manmade waterfall cascading from an area near the master bedroom down to the pond. It looks and sounds amazing. The Medina River is off property and just down the road. It is easily accessed and offers great swimming, canoeing, and fishing. The main home is approximately 3,500 +/- sq. ft. The home is positioned perfectly to take advantage of miles of dramatic Hill Country panorama yet is very private. The home features 3 bedrooms and 2.5 baths, a library/ office, a great room/ living area, a large formal dining room, a kitchen/ den area perfect for the family who likes to cook and visit. The home features 2 fireplaces, high ceilings and large windows throughout. The master bedroom is spacious and has lots of natural light from the windows that take in the scenery. The master has a large and nicely appointed bathroom and walk-in closets. A large covered deck spans the front of the home and leads to the lower pool and patio area. The pool area takes in the views and is a great spot for outdoor entertaining. The porch and the pool area look over the extensively landscaped hillside and pond area as well. The cabin is down the paved road a bit from the main home. It is a 1 bedroom and 1bath with a living room kitchen combo. It has a rock fireplace and a covered front porch. Attractive, private, and comfortable are the upsides. The downside is that it is hard to get guests to go home. On the hilltop is a large open pavilion area. The views are beyond spectacular and it is a unique and unusual amenity that will keep your guests spell bound. There is a large fire pit with swivel grills. There is no better place to kick back with friends and family for the evening. This ranch is a perfect getaway or full-time residence. Ag exempt.
$3,950,000  •  93.39 acres
Not merely a house in the country! This resplendent home is the centerpiece of a private sanctuary: far from neighbors, roads and noise. Panoramic views of surrounding open land and onto the back range. House is modern, bright and functional with a ground-floor master and two other bedrooms remotely located. Geothermal climate control. Storage galore! Abundant water rights and an easy-to-run property of approximately 90 acres. Two ponds attract myriad birdlife. Useful 800 sq ft utility building
$349,000  •  57 acres
Enchanted 57 +/- acres on the South Fork Cosumnes River, named Puppy Point by the current owners. To explore, start at seasonal Slate Creek and wander over to the Scholar's Glen where you can curl up with a good book in the shade of the oaks. Past the old pear tree you will find a capped (non-potable) 700-800 ft deep well. Look for the ancient Indian grinding rocks. Hike down to the swimming hole and to Treasure Island in the middle of the river. Then, on to the heirloom oak and the rare pink buckeye. Follow the road down the middle of the property past the 3 Sisters rock outcropping to Wat-churs-tep Camp. Along the river's edge you will find Lookout Boulder and Elephant Point. You will never own a more interesting and beautiful parcel. No drive-bys, please.
$250,000  •  41 acres
River Ridge Retreat is a wooded 41-acre property located on a paved county road just seven miles north of Ada, OK, 90 miles from Oklahoma City, 120 miles from Tulsa and 150 miles from Dallas, TX. It is in the Byng District and only a few miles away from the school. With electric and rural water service running along the road frontage, this property has easy access to utilities. More importantly, this property has a huge amount of natural beauty bundled in 41 acres. As you enter the property, you will see two oil wells that the seller owns and has agreed to remove and plug as part of the sale. After this, there is nothing but natural beauty. Just past the entrance, there is a acre pond that looks perfect for fishing. Just to the southwest of it is a nice building site that would overlook the pond. But almost anyone can have a house on a pond. The far more exciting building site is just east of the pond overlooking a 1750-foot stretch of South Canadian River frontage. This vantage point marks an 80 ft elevation transition from the rock bluff that runs perpendicular to the river to the lower parts of the property that provide access to the water. The bluff has a whimsical assortment of huge boulders that create rooms and halls that open to the hillside below. The owners son and friends used the property for Boy Scout camping trips and a small grill still stands ready at the top of the bluff. A trail has been cleared to make access to the river easy. As you drive or walk down from the bluff, the trail splits with one leg running alongside a boulder lined creek with multiple small waterfalls that gurgle their way down to the river. The other leg of the trail runs downstream and has multiple spots where you can easily access the river. Once on the river, you have multiple large boulders that extend out into the flow of the water. A perfect spot to sit and pick at the little fossils in the limestone rock, fish or play in the water, throw in a canoe and go for a float or wait until the summer and go for a long ATV ride down the river. This property is ideal for someone looking for an ideal outdoor lifestyle property that plays a lot bigger than it actually is. If you are looking for a nice building or get away spot, close to town with an abundance of natural beauty and river access at a reasonable price, then please give us a call to schedule a showing of River Ridge Retreat.
$939,900  •  38 acres
Coal Creek Canyon is a 38± deeded acre parcel located approximately 20 miles west of Boulder, Colorado with amazing views of the Rocky Mountains. The topography of the property consists of gently sloping terrain lined with aspen, oak and large pine trees that provide ample protection for wildlife. Several species of wildlife frequent the property including moose, elk, mule deer, wild turkeys, bear and fox. This property offers several building sites and is located only 30 minutes from Boulder and less than an hour from Denver. No utilities are present on the property.
$2,600,000  •  35 acres
A jewel in Boulder county. 35 acres of irrigated, fertile pastures and a historic apple orchard testifies to the sagacity of the early farmers. The improvements are all nestled around the Palmerton and Rough and Ready ditches, so bring kids and water dogs. Mature trees line the ditches and a myriad trees dot the homestead amongst beautiful landscaping. The house has undergone a recent makeover and is a comfortable and functional place to relax and recreate. Above the detached garage is a studio with bathroom facilities. Outbuildings include a hay barn, a milking barn, a stone shed, and a bunkhouse.
$152,000  •  28 acres
The Eagles Nest is 28 acres of natural beauty perched high above the South Canadian River just north of Ada, OK. Located 90 miles from OKC, 120 miles from Tulsa and 180 miles from Dallas, this property is an easy drive from metro areas. In fact, even the dead-end county road leading to the propertys access easement is paved. The Eagles Nest features over one mile of river frontage lined with big cliff overlooks from which its name is derived. A cleared camping area extends from the hilltop near the southeast corner of the ranch along 80 feet of elevation change down to the river. To the west, you will find the remnants of an old fish camp that has been used by the owners family for three generations. Just past that, you will find a large rock overhang that may have been a fish camp for prehistoric families. Electric service terminates near the camping area and an old well casing was reported to have hit good drinking water at 225 feet below ground surface. The neighbors well is screened near that depth which leads us to believe that there is a good chance of completing an adequate water well on the property. In which case, this spot would be the perfect place for a cabin overlooking the river. Most 28 acre parcels would start feeling small very quickly, but this one will not. When the river is up, you can go on day long float trips, run trot lines, bank fish or swim. A great time to fish is in the spring when fish come up the river out of Lake Eufaula to spawn. In the winter, you can ambush the large deer that cross the property on their way up and down the river. You can spend your spring hunting wild turkeys and morel mushrooms. When the river is low, you can ride ATVs for miles in the river bed and catch hungry catfish from the isolated deep pools of water. For those not familiar with the area, it is reassuring to know that this portion of the river is isolated from public access, so traffic is largely limited to the landowners along its banks. Rivers by nature are a powerful force. They giveth land and they taketh it away as their channel moves over time. In this case, the river has eroded approximately 1.5 acres from one portion of the property but has accreted or deposited 10 new acres of ground on the eastern end. This accreted land is not included in the listed acreage but could be claimed via legal proceedings by the new owner to increase the holding to 36.5 acres. This property has been owned by the same family for three generations. Its likely your family would keep it just as long or longer and enjoy the peace and solitude of this unique river property. For those looking for larger parcels, the Eagles Nest adjoins the Land Doctors 591 acre South Canadian River Ranch which also adjoins our Boulder Ranch listing. Combined, these three ranches would measure almost 1200 acres, feature 1 mile of river frontage and be roughly 1 mile wide and 2 miles long with public roads only touching the east and south boundary. If you would like more info or want to schedule a showing, call Kelly Hurt
$3,600,000  •  23.77 acres
Looking for the perfect Colorado ranchette location? This is it... amazing interior finishes, huge douglas fir beams from 1800's Icehouse, custom ironwork, hardware, cabinetry, Brazilian hardwood flooring, with views of the Boulder Flatirons, and with one of a kind character and excellent layout. Large heated barn with 8 stalls, corrals, hay production, ditch water rights, well, paved driveway, 3 car attached garage, hot tub, steam shower, library, exercise room, plenty of storage, and so much more. Agricultural easement.
$469,000  •  20.54 acres
This inviting and delightful country home sits above a quiet country road overlooking Quartz Valley and offering a front row view of the Marble Mountains and Boulder Peak! Located on 20+ acres, this home has most of the main living area including 3 bedrooms on the ground floor, but also has a very large upstairs bedroom and a large attic space for storage. It has a quaint country feel throughout, with a wood stove and rock hearth in the living room and large windows to enjoy the valley and mountain views. The bathroom has been remodeled and granite countertops were added in the kitchen. An attached two car carport, attached workshop and a garden shed add additional space. The yard is fully fenced, with a spring fed swimming pool and spring fed irrigation for the yard and landscaping. There are fruit trees plus a garden area. There is a large dry lot that's been used for horses which also has a small spring fed bass pond. If you're looking for a low traffic, country home with amazing views, but easily accessible on a paved road, room for horses or animals, make an appointment to see this home today! Property Highlights: • 2,215 sf home, 3 bedrooms downstairs, plus large bonus room upstairs used as 4th bedroom, 1 bath. Built in 1957. • Attached carport and workshop. • 20+/-acres, including fenced yard and wire fenced drylot which has been used for horses in the past. • Utilities include septic, well, spring water and power provided by Pacific Power, hard wired phone. • There is a fresh water pool in the back yard, and water is then used in irrigating the yard and landscaping. • Several fruit trees and garden area. • Small bass pond with sitting area, surrounded by tall pines. • This property has a front row view to Boulder Peak (approx 8,000 feet elevation), the Mill Creek Bluffs and the Marble Mountain Wilderness. (Part of the Klamath National Forest) It's an easy drive to the Shackleford Trailhead, where you have wilderness hiking to Campbell and Cliff Lakes, as well as many others. This is primitive wilderness, only allowing hiking or horseback riding. • Located in the small valley of Quartz Valley, on the northwest edge of Scott Valley. Approx. 20 minutes to the small towns of Etna and Fort Jones, 30 minutes to the Siskiyou County seat of Yreka. • Far northern California, Siskiyou County, locally often called the state of Jefferson. Just over an hour from Ashland and Medford, Oregon. • Quiet and peaceful rural living, with many opportunities for outdoor recreation!