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$6,500,000  •  3,166 acres
This recreational and hay production gem is located just outside the quaint mountain town of Collbran, Colorado. Bordering 12,000± acres of public lands, the Hawxhurst Ranch consists of 3,166± deeded acres including a 120± acre BLM inholding. Hawxhurst Creek and Buzzard Creek both meander through the property. The varied topography consists of tree-covered hills, lush hay meadows, and wooded draws. The habitat is perfect to draw in and hold varying big game species such as elk, mule deer, turkey, moose, and black bear. Water rights are significant and ample for production. Approximately 600 acres of irrigated hay meadows produce about 450 tons of hay annually. The main improvements on the ranch include a main lodge and guest house, and a pond perfect for stocking your own private fishery! In addition, there are three other homes on the property for a ranch manager as well as rental properties, numerous agricultural outbuildings and a few historic buildings. The property is easily accessed only a couple of miles northeast from town on Buzzard Creek Road. The ranch is approximately 30 minutes from the Powderhorn Mountain Resort, 45 miles to the airport in Grand Junction, and an hour and a half to Glenwood Springs. The Facts: ~ 3,166± acres of varying topography ~ Elevations range from 6,100 feet to 7,600 feet against the BLM ~ Prime big game habitat and food sources ~ Over the counter elk unit and preference point deer unit ~ 600± acres of side-roll and flood irrigated hay meadows ~ Income from hunting opportunity, rental house and hay production ~ Conservation Easement on 1,675 acres which allows ranching and recreation ~ Mineral Rights are being retained by the seller
$5,750,000  •  2,656 acres
This 2,656± deeded acre mountain ranch is set up great for summer and fall grazing seasons. The property features good big game hunting, extensive water, and grazing land. The western portion of the ranch is open with rolling irrigated meadows, pockets of aspen, oak brush, mountain mahogany and other trees. The eastern part of the ranch has higher elevations with mostly aspen trees and varying colorful brush species. The ranch also borders extensive BLM including access to Red Mountain. Perimeter and cross-fencing allows for efficient rotational grazing on six pastures. The property is currently not used for hay production, but pastures are flood irrigated for improved grass. A small, modest set of working facilities are located on the ranch for load in and load out operations. Traditionally the grazing tenant has 250-300 pairs on the ranch with as many as 500-600 during peak grazing times. The property is well-watered for cattle. Little Creek, Grove Creek, Negro Creek, and Spring Creek flow through the ranch. Wildlife habitat on the ranch and in the adjacent BLM is very good. Elk and deer frequent the ranch as sanctuary from public land hunters and to graze on the lush pastures. Modest improvements on the property include an owner’s home, a couple of rental units, and agricultural outbuildings. Located just a few minutes southeast of Collbran, the property is easily accessed off a paved road. The ranch is approximately 30 minutes from the Powderhorn Mountain Resort, 45 miles to the airport in Grand Junction, and an hour and a half to Glenwood Springs. The Facts: ~ 2,656± acres of varying mountain terrain and open pastures ~ Great cattle ranch with six pastures for rotational grazing ~ Good habitat and food sources for big game ~ Over-the-counter elk unit and preference point deer unit ~ Spectacular panoramic views of the surrounding mountains and the Plateau Valley ~ Located near the recreational paradise of Grand Mesa, one of the largest flat-topped mountains in the world ~ Income from cattle grazing lease and rental units ~ Conservation Easement ~ Mineral Rights are being retained by the seller
$6,750,000  •  1,720 acres
Grove Creek RanchSituated on the north slope of the Grand Mesa in western Colorado, this scenic 1,720± acre mountain ranch is highlighted by excellent big game hunting combined with abundant water resources and agricultural production.  The diverse landscape rises from lower-elevation irrigated meadows and oaks up through expansive aspen and conifer forests that reach to the national forest boundary along two sides.  Several creeks course through separate drainages on the ranch providing water for fishing, wildlife, livestock, and irrigation of hay meadows and pastures.  The resulting wildlife habitat is ideal for a variety of species including elk, mule deer, moose, black bear, cougar, and turkey.  In addition to wild brown and brook trout in Grove Creek, there are a number of ponds well suited for stocking.  Improvements include several modest homes and cabins for owner and guest usage, along with multiple barns and agricultural accessory buildings supporting ag operations.  Bordering a county road for easy access, the ranch is also served by electric power and has an extensive interior network of roads and trails.  Grove Creek Ranch has an end-of-the-road setting, yet is only 10 minutes from the local ranching town of Collbran, 40 minutes from Powderhorn Mountain Resort ski area, and less than an hour from the city of Grand Junction and the commercial airport.  There has been no mineral development on the ranch, however it is located in a well-known natural gas basin, and seller-owned minerals amounting to 50% of 1,120± acres are included.  This means it would be unlikely that the minerals are developed without the mutual agreement of the ranch owner, and for a buyer desiring mineral royalty income, could result in a significant future revenue stream.The Facts:•    1,720± acres of diverse mountain terrain encompassing multiple creek drainages•    Elevations range from 6,980 feet along the county road to 9,560 feet at the national forest•    Location, topography and habitat result in excellent elk and deer hunting•    Over-the-counter unit for elk tags, landowner preference applications for mule deer•    Well-watered with 1.5 miles of stream with trout, ponds, springs, wallows, irrigation•    Backyard is the amazing Grand Mesa, with wildlife, fishing, snowmobiling, OHV trails•    CE on upper 400 acres, leaving 77% of the ranch (1,320± acres) unencumbered •    Current income from ag and hunting leases and future mineral royalty income ***FOR HIGH RESOLUTION PHOTO GALLERY, ADDITIONAL INFORMATION AND A VARIETY OF PROPERTY MAPS VISIT HALL AND HALL PROPERTY WEBSITE ***
$2,145,000  •  548.43 acres
Buck Basin Ranch lies in the Salt Creek basin, nestled in and facing the north rim of the Grand Mesa National Forest just southwest of the mountain town of Collbran, Colorado. The Ranch boast 548.43 deeded acres, exceptional water rights, excellent public land access, and over 2 miles of Salt Creek. As a working ranch, Buck Basin Ranch hosts very good water rights with an exceptional water distribution system, greatly enhancing the 5 irrigated pastures for both livestock and wildlife. As a sporting ranch, Buck Basin Ranch is well named. Nestled under Red Mountain and Sugar Loaf Peaks, it is backed and fronted by over 5,500 acres of hard to reach public BLM lands, and has the trifecta for wildlife, hosting protected bedding grounds, high-quality food sources, and highly available water. The Buck Basin Ranch is located in Big Game Unit 421 and is home to some of Colorado’s true quality big game. Collbran, Colorado is home to the American Service Women’s Memorial, dedicated to recognizing the role of women in America’s war efforts. Collbran is also home to Vega State Park and Vega Lake. This small mountain town is blessed with annual highs in the region averaging a comfortable 62.2 degrees, and sees average lows of 32.8 degrees. Close to the ranch is the city of Grand Junction, Colorado where you can get your big city fix, or adventure to world-famous views, with the vistas and canyons of the Colorado National Moment, and Powderhorn Ski Area. The Buck Basin ranch is located in the heart of the best recreational opportunities of the western United States. Pick any direction! North hosts the vast ranges of public lands of Wyoming and Sierra Madre Mountain range. To the east, you have the Hot Springs of Glenwood Springs, Vail Valley, and the history and glamour of Aspen, Colorado. To the west, you will find the western deserts, Lake Powel, the Green River, and Canyon Lands, and to the south, the endless recreation high mountain lakes, unlimited trails, and some of the west’s best hunting. From life to lifestyle, the Buck Basin Ranch is a rare mountain ranch to be appreciated. Come take a look and see all that this ranch has to offer.
$2,000,000  •  482 acres
Tucked into a secluded valley at the end of a mile-long private road, you will discover the uniquely beautiful 482 acres of a true Hidden Valley Ranch (a.k.a. Esperanza Ranch), with BLM on both sides and gorgeous views of Grand Mesa and the Battlement Range. Approximately 130 combined acres of quality grass hay and lush grass pastures are irrigated by historic and plentiful water rights. With the 42 AUM BLM Grazing Lease, cattle can be run year around with no need to transport them anywhere. The ranch boasts excellent hunting opportunities due to its location within GMU 421 (which offers over the counter elk tags). Deer and elk (seasonally) frequently can be viewed from living room windows. The ranch has the only ATV access road to excellent hunting grounds, which includes the 1000± acre BLM grazing lease, on adjacent Red Mountain. Two homes, a bunk house, and several high quality outbuildings permit utilization of the ranch to its fullest. A gas well provides free natural gas to the homes. Purchase of the mineral rights, which provide a modest monthly income, is negotiable. Perfectly located less than one hour from Grand Junction, which boasts excellent commercial air service and amenities, and about 5 miles from the quaint town of Collbran, the ranch is only 40 minutes away from the Powderhorn Ski Resort. This ranch has been proudly owned by one family for fifty years. If you are looking for a secluded ranch with complete privacy (even the two homes are hidden from one another), this is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity!
$1,395,000  •  454 acres
VIEWS-PRIVACY-LOCATION: Quality built home on 454 acres just South of Collbran offers spectacular views and privacy in all directions. Ranch has 4 ponds, large shop and cattle shed. Approx. 60 acres of irrigated hay/pasture grounds. Ranch is in 4 parcels - 2 parcels have conservation easement with Colorado Open Lands. 40x30 detached shop/garage and 40x30 cattle shed. Irrigation delivery consists of 1 side roll, 2 big guns andgated pipe. Irrigation water is 1st right on Pitts Ditch.
$2,300,000  •  198.92 acres
Ranches For Sale Located in the mountain town of Collbran, this ranch setup provides outstanding facilities for livestock. Beautiful 3200 Sq ft custom designed log home. 3 bdrm, 4 bath, attached 3-car garage with a walk out basement. Wrap around trex deck with breathtaking mountain and valley views. Dog and kid friendly fenced yard includes a zip line across the spacious lawn. Large graveled parking area so plenty of room for RV parking. A total of 198 deeded acres with 130+ irrigated acres in hay and pasture, fully fenced and cross fenced. Included is a 48' x 65' barn is used for any livestock needs and a 14' x 21' upstairs room with windows for office/tack/storage. An addtl 48' x 65' workshop area, two open sheds 32' x 57' and 21' x 70' offer equipment parking and a 40' x 120' hay shed. Complete livestock set up with welded pipe corrals, loading and working chutes. Paved road for easy, year round access. Colorado Mountain Ranch This property is a one of a kind for the livestock rancher with 198+ deeded acres with water rights, 130+ of those acres are irrigated and planted in hay and pasture, excellent facilities, a home designed for family living and entertaining surrounded by mountain and valley views. The boundary and cross fences on this property give help with grazing and/or crop harvest. Welded pipe corrals with massive iron working and loading chutes give ease to handle any livestock.  A 48' x 65' barn with concrete block and wood walls, iron beamed, tin roof construction can be used for calving, stalls, and paneled sections-- the uses are endless. An upstairs 14' x 21' room with windows viewing the barn area and to the outside, and a roll up and a single door entrance, is perfect for an office, tack, or storage area. An emergency setup with generators are in place. Outside, a covered space is available for a scale installation and is currently used as a dog pen. A 40' x 120' covered hay shed. Two sheds, 32' x 57' and 21' x 70' offer spacious equipment parking. The smaller shed has a bay with a concrete floor for those necessary equipment repairs. An additional 48' x 65' heated building is used as a workshop area. Work benches for those projects and cabinets for storage. Easy cleanup and maintenance with a concrete floor. A garage door with automatic opener and a single door entrance is available. A small log building with a rollup door is the perfect size for small vehicles or equipment. An attached lean-to is used as a loafing shed. All weather hydrants and even an outhouse is included on this property. Wildlife is abundant and a chance for that trophy hunt or to fill the freezer. 59 Rd is a paved road with access to Grand Mesa National Forest, the world's largest flat top mountain to the north. The historic ranch town of Collbran with many services is minutes away to the south located in Plateau Valley. Mountain log home Come experience small town mountain living in a luxurious log cabin custom designed for family living and entertaining. Entry door with sidelights lead into an efficient foyer and to the second floor. A separate room used as a mudroom/office and half bath with a 2-car garage entrance. The combined living and kitchen area offer a cozy setting with fireplace, numerous windows with a view, and a kitchen layout for the creative cook. Hickory cabinets, a pantry, and all new stainless-steel appliances, including a built-in microwave and convection oven. The adjoining dining room is spacious with large windows with a bow window and enough space for a full dining set and an area for extra seating. Double doors in both rooms lead out to the covered trex deck. Immaculate patterned hardwood and tiled floors cover the areas with a unique eye-catching beauty. A hardwood stairway with a curved bannister takes you to the third floor. Two bedrooms are separated by an open flooring concept and a small alcove for a reading nook or any downtime possibility. Double door closets in each room offer space. A full bathroom is at the end of the hallway. The master bedroom is a getaway in itself with a walk-in closet, a luxurious bathroom --double sink vanity, garden jetted tub and large walk-in shower. A door leads to a small private deck to enjoy those starry nights and amazing views. Carpeting is in the bedrooms and hallway and tiled floors in the bathroom. Back on the main floor, another flight of stairs take you downstairs and lead to the walk out basement with a tiled family room, half bath, hickory cabinets, pellet stove, windows, and laundry facilities with an entrance to a single car garage. A door with enclosed blinds leads outside to a covered patio with patterned concrete, rock landscaping, and a rock fire pit. Enjoy cooking, dining, entertaining with absolutely breathtaking mountain and valley views. Dog and kid friendly fenced yard includes a zip line across the spacious lawn with shade trees and fruit trees. The large graveled parking area includes plenty of room for RV parking. The additions in this home create an eye- catching beauty with magnificent taste. Surround system throughout the house, an electric dumb waiter, ceiling fans, recycled hardwood flooring from the original house, beetle killed wood paneling with textured walls, recessed lighting and attractive light fixtures, solid wood interior doors, roll-out casement windows to name a few. Add the quiet and solitude living with town conveniences minutes away, neighboring ranches, the wildlife, mountains and valley--this home offers it all and more. Living in Western Colorado with a Ranching Heritage History is alive in the Plateau Valley with homestead ranches and generational ranching families. The communities of Collbran, Molina, and Mesa offer many services and events throughout the year. Highway 330 is the main throughway. Collbran is a historical town with some of the original structures founded in 1908. Many of these buildings present an old time western front along with modern building to house the businesses-- a bank, grocery store, post office, restaurants, a fitness center, library, gift shops, motels, auditorium, churches, hardware store, police and fire department, realty office, a weed control service, Collbran Job Corp, and many other independent amenities. A short distance along the highway is Plateau City with a feed and supply store, automotive store, schools, medical and emergency clinic, vet services, therapy center and diner that offer additional services for the communities. 4H and FFA and school events are supported with commitment and enthusiasm from everyone. Area activities include Plateau Valley Heritage Days, Cowboy Christmas, CPRA rodeos and gymkhanas, and an occasional cattle drive through town.  Outdoor Colorado Recreational Activities Highway 330 winds through Plateau Valley and leads to the access of many areas. For the outdoor enthusiasts the recreational opportunities are many. Powderhorn Ski Resort, hiking, off road vehicle, and biking trails, rodeo grounds, and lodges to name a few. With over 300 lakes, Grand Mesa National Forest, the world's largest flat top mountain, offers fishing and boating, campgrounds and lodges, hunting districts, hiking trails, cross-country skiing and snowmobiling. Vega Reservoir is known for fishing, boating, camping, hiking and a lodge/restaurant with cabin rentals. Surrounding national forest with public lands have stood forever during all seasons for many resources. Colorado Hunting includes archery, muzzleloading, and rifle seasons. They are structured during the fall and early winter seasons, typically August through January. The shimmering gold of Aspen trees and blazing red oak brush against the green pine trees and fern set the turning times into a winter season of snow for that successful hunt. Come partake in the serenity and beauty of mountain living. For more properties like this one, head to United Country Real Estate! Listing ID: 05071-19142