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$23,294,395  •  31,750 acres
The 31,750 +/- deeded acre Limon Division of the Tee Cross Ranch makes an excellent grass ranch with good sod and tight fences located just about an hour from Colorado Springs, near the town of Limon, Colorado. The Kucera/Ashcraft Ranch consists of 14,907 +/- deeded acres and this property is rated as a 700 cow units or 1600 yearlings for the summer season. The Craig Ranch consists of 16,843 +/- deeded acres and the property is rated as 470 cow units and or 1,050 summer yearlings. The ranch's convenient location in the center of Colorado offers easy access to markets and the best sale barns. Located just 30 minutes south of Interstate 70 and a little over an hour to Interstate 25, this vast ranch spreads through two parcels that are in Elbert and Lincoln Counties. In addition, there is 7,729 acres of Colorado State Lease land that is included in the sale.This cattle ranch is currently managed as a yearling operation with tenants bringing in light cattle in the spring and running through fall. There are experienced tenants in place should the new owners choose to continue the current program. The ranch has two units the Kucera Ashcraft and the Craig Unit which is 10 miles to the south. The fences are in great condition and the properties fit well together, but could also be split into two completely separate ranches. The Kucera Ashcraft is located closest to Limon, Colorado and the I-70 corridor and offers plentiful short grass country with high quality fencing. There is a plentiful mix of grasses and it is in good condition, not too overgrazed. The Kucera Ashcraft has proper working facilities for shipping/managing the herd and excellent fencing. The Craig unit is also a profitable grass ranch with few improvements and quality forage. The improvements on both ranches are modest and just right for the serious operator and conscientious investor. The ranches are operated by high quality foremen and Bobby Norris, a name synonymous with quality run Colorado cattle ranches.Hunting on the ranches are diverse, offering small and big game pursuits. The ranches are located in Colorado Game Management Units GMU 106 and 107. There are decent numbers of antelope and some quality White-tailed deer and Mule Deer. There are also blue quail and a manageable amount of predators for the buyer with a passion for hunting. The ranches have valuable live water for livestock and there is a fishing pond on the south ranch for those much-needed breaks! There are mineral rights available on the ranches and exact acreage and details of offering are available upon request. The north ranch, the Kucera Ashcraft, has a wind lease and there is potential for income from this development.Historically, the ranch was founded by Robert C.(Bob) Norris in 1950 Bob was a longtime rancher and steward of the land. He was very well known for his ranches, fine cutting horses and just having a great operation. But he was more widely known as the original "Marlboro Man"! His son Bobby operates the ranches and has carried on the tradition of quality his father established.
$3,570,908  •  11,292.73 acres
Ranch on High CreekYour opportunity to Control 11,000 +/- acres of Colorado at an incredible price!7 Landowner Mule Deer tags, OTC Bull Elk unit! This spectacular property with vast views of high vistas and grass-filled valleys spreads across the Colorado range and serves as rocky mountain eye candy for anyone that has a chance to experience an expedition on this ranch! It's an easy drive to Cripple Creek at just 21 miles and Colorado Springs Airport is about an hour and a half drive. The Ranch is priced to sell and is ready for custom homes or lodges for that fantastic corporate retreat, guest ranch, hunting harbor, or your private sanctuary. The Ranch on High Creek Ranch is a property that comes on the market only once in a lifetime. It offers approximately 4,292.73+/- deeded acres with additional leased ground totaling around 7,000+/- acres of BLM and State Land and all contiguous. This property is in good shape for a working cattle operation in addition to tremendous Colorado hunting. Landowner tags are available through the Colorado Division of Wildlife. The ranch is divided into numerous pastures and has carried up to 275 head of cattle throughout its history. The Ranch is both convenient and private and falls into three counties; Teller, Fremont, and Park.HUNTING- GMU 581Boone and Crocket Mountain Lion taken in 2012! The property qualifies for landowner tags for elk and deer. Big Horn Sheep, elk, mule deer, bear, lion, bobcat & turkey reside on the property. A resident heard of elk use this property as their wintering grounds.RANCHINGThe Ranch can run 250 pairs of mother cows. The vast grazing lands and diverse canyons make for a majestic ranch setting. A creek fed by multiple springs runs through the Ranch providing water to your cattle and wildlife. It is well watered, with several natural springs. There are at least three active springs on private land and several more on BLM acreage. Roughly 3,498 acres fall under a conservation easement held by Colorado Cattlemen's Agricultural Land Trust. This is designed to protect the land from over-development and to preserve the western way of life through continued agricultural use, wildlife management and to provide a variety of hunting opportunities through habitat development and management. This land will be enjoyed for generations. There are three building envelopes with the Ranch for new owners to consider building homes and more infrastructure. There are an additional 794 acres within this Ranch that are not under the conservation easement and offers development opportunities if the new owner desires.HISTORYThere is an incredible array of history on The Green Ranch. Across the entire property, you can find over half a dozen homesteads and old home sites. The owners are fourth-generation ranchers on this land. The headquarters of the Ranch is just off the county road with easy access to and from town. Improvements on the Ranch include a nice sized storage barn and cattle pens needed for running and working your cattle. Beyond this home site, which consists of a ten-acre building envelope, and two additional five-acre building envelopes strategically located across the 3498 acres on the Ranch under the conservation easement. The 794 acres offers a plethora of choices for other building sites and has solar water well.INCOME OPPORTUNITIESCattle Operation Wedding Venue Rehabilitation/ Guest Ranch Guiding Service, or any number of other possibilities.For additional information call, Twila Geroux, at 719-371-4344
$6,900,000  •  5,544 acres
Steels Fork Ranch is a rare income producing contiguous all deeded grass ranch on the high rolling plains of Colorado. The ranch is 5,544 deeded acres, all in one block. It's been in the same family since 1940. The pride of ownership shows in the condition of the improvements, native grass and improved grass rangeland. The ranch is comprised of 3,929 acres of grassland, 160 acres dry land hay and 1,455 acres of CRP. There are 2 CRP contracts expiring in 2020 and 2022. ProductionThe owner rates the carrying capacity at approximately 12-14 acres per cow/calf pair for the growing season. With 240 ton of hay production, and the purchase of some hay, the owner estimates that the ranch should run 300 pairs. ImprovementsThe ranch has two comfortable homes. A 1967 remodeled ranch style home with 2,274 finished square feet, 4 bedrooms, 2 baths and a full basement and an efficient new 2019 home with 1520 square feet up and a full basement ready to finish with 10 ft ceilings, and 2 beds, 2 baths. Supporting ranch structures include an historic 1909 60x40 barn with a hayloft, 2 car garage, 4 grain bins (7600 bushel storage), 42x96 equipment shed,72x30 gain storage or equipment building, 96x30 grain storage or equipment shed, a 45x60 barn, corrals, windbreaks, and a 40x100 Quonset. All buildings and improvements have been meticulously maintained. There are two wells and an extensive pipeline system and stock tanks that service the ranch. IncomePassive Income produced from 36 wind turbines, CRP contracts, and grazing leases. Mineral RightsThe ranch uniquely has nearly 100% of the mineral rights. There are 5,389 net mineral acres that transfer with the ranch. Water RightsThe included water rights were decreed in District Court Water Division 2 case #2007CW6. Annual appropriations are: 529.5 ac ft/yr in the Denver Aquifer plus 64 acre ft per year reserved outside of the decree. 1340 ac/ft/yr in the Arapahoe Aquifer and 1444 ac/ft/yr in the Laramie Fox Hills Aquifer.Hunting/recreationMule Deer pronghorn antelope coyote fox, other varmints. Area/LocationThe ranch, located 10 miles south of Calhan, Colorado is within 20 minutes of the metro Colorado Springs area and one hour to Castle Rock, Colorado. This High Plains area, 20 miles east of Colorado Springs is in the path of growth. The area is rural with a mix of ranches, farms and rural residential. The area is well known for its short grass prairie and cattle gains. Merely minutes from Colorado Springs, a growing metropolitan area with a strong military base presence and popular tourist destination, this area affords all the conveniences of the city with the peace and quiet of the rural ranch lifestyle. Colorado Springs is close to Colorado renowned Ski Areas Cripple Creek and America's Mountain (Pikes Peak). Located in the metro area are Garden of the Gods, the Air Force Academy, world class restaurants and entertainment venues, and historic Manitou Springs. The potential to develop the highly sought after water resources and develop the mineral estate give this property a substantial upside. Land development is also possible within the constraints of the wind farm. Qualified buyers, Call Jim Digby to schedule your private tour,
$4,100,000  •  5,500 acres
Seymour Farm, consisting of 5,500± deeded acres, is a productive dryland farm located in Lincoln and Kiowa County, Colorado. The Farm is located 70 miles east of Colorado Springs on the fertile eastern plains, known for its dry land farm production. The topography is slightly rolling to mostly flat. Four tracts make up the Seymour Farm. The owner will entertain offers on individual parcels. The views are expansive including Pike’s Peak, which can be seen to the west. The Facts: Dry farm ~ 5,500± total deeded acres ~ 4,500± dryland farm acres ~ 1,000± grassland acres ~ Newer 3,200± square foot brick home w/two car garage ~ 150’X82’ steel building ~ Two submersible electric wells ~ Corrals and cattle lot ~ Views of Pike’s Peak ~ School at Karval
$5,388,236  •  4,868 acres
The Tee Cross Quarter Horse Ranch is +-4,228 acres contiguous acres grassland. It is currently operated as a quarter horse boarding and training facility. It can board up to 80 horses currently and indoor and outdoor stalls, loafing sheds, hay storage and a large indoor and outdoor arenas. The facilities are in fair condition and there are two small homes on the property for worker housing. There is good fencing throughout the property and multiple pastures to move the horses when needed. Location: The Ranch offers an incredible location and features 3.5 miles of Interstate 25 frontage. The most intriguing part of the property is that is offers its own permanent exit of I-25 to access the center of the ranch. The ranch is located just 15 miles south of Colorado Springs and 11 miles North of Pueblo. The north boundary of the ranch is a housing development. This property is full of development potential due to its ease of access and location along the booming front range of Colorado. This ranch is priced to sell for what it is being operated currently and the future opportunities are exciting to think about. Whether you are a buyer and hold or looking to great development opportunity this property works for both.Call Seth or Dax Hayden today to schedule a showing.
$2,975,000  •  2,085 acres
Beckwith Ranch offers 2,085± acres of rare extensive wetland in the Wet Mountain Valley of southern Colorado. The ranch is a true agricultural property in its lush valley location set against colorful wildflowers and foliage, rolling meadows, and sweeping views of the Sangre de Cristo Mountain Range. The property is ready for high-functioning operations, boasting senior water rights, some hay production, and quality grazing lands. Artesian wells and a network of waterways and ponds enrich the land and support a diversity of wildlife from fish and ducks to migrating herds of elk and deer. The land plays an important role in Wet Mountain Valley’s long ranching history and conservation legacy. The southern half of the property is protected by a conservation easement that outlines its use as an agricultural operation and allows for two additional building sites. Located conveniently along State Highway 69 just minutes from the neighboring town of Westcliffe and within an hour and half drive to Colorado Springs Municipal Airport, the property is both accessible and rustic. Beckwith presents an opportunity to build a home within the tradition of the community’s grand ranching legacy and carry on its fine agricultural operations in the picturesque fertile valley for years to come. The Facts: ~ 2,085± deeded acres ~ Minutes from Westcliffe off Highway 69 ~ Located in the historic Wet Mountain Valley ~ Commercial air service at Colorado Springs ~ Panoramic views of the Sangre De Cristo Mountains ~ Predominately flat grazing land with irrigated pasture ~ Water rights ~ 914± acres are protected by a conservation easement ~ 1,171± acres are unencumbered ~ No buildings – build to suit ~ Extensive designated waterways and wetlands home to abundant waterfowl ~ Migratory corridor for a variety of big game animals
$3,999,950  •  1,247.4 acres
Wetmore Ranch~Investment Property~Legacy Ranch~ ~No Conservation Easements~In Custer County, Colorado, in the small town of Wetmore, is this quiet, peaceful place you can call home... 1246 +/- acre cattle/hay ranch with an incredible 5280 sq. ft. Three-bedroom, three-bathroom luxury home with an additional home for your caretaker or rental. This ranch is free and clear of conservation easements. Additionally, the ranch to the south of the Wetmore Ranch and is contiguous, is in a conservation easement therefore no one will be developing that property and privacy is ensured. LocationViews of Pikes Peak to the north, the eastern slope of the Wet Mountains to the west and south while to the east one gets to enjoy the fantastic Colorado sunrises across the Colorado plains. Colorado Springs offers great shopping, dining, entertainment, and airport are less than an hour's drive. Florence is about 15 minutes from this quiet sanctuary and is one of my favorite places to visit, shop, and dine! Canon City is about 30 minutes away and is a great place to shop for all your necessities! You can also go fishing in the Arkansas River, which is famous for its world-class fly fishing! Westcliffe is also about 30 minutes away has great hiking, fishing and shopping, and dining too. The HomePaved Road to the doorstep!The well-built and well-maintained home, built-in 2001 features 5280 heated sq. ft. of living space, including a gourmet kitchen that opens to the great room and living room with a separate area for formal dining. The amply sized master suite is a combination of tile and carpet, with his/hers walk-in closets, bathrooms, and oversized tiled shower with dual heads. Two guest bedrooms and a full guest bathroom are located at the opposite end of the spacious home. Additional features include open living with an office, large laundry/mudroom.Enjoy radiant in-floor heating, gas and wood fireplaces, concrete covered patio, fully landscaped and fenced backyard, and a three-car garage. The LandThe 1,246 +/- acres feature beautifully diverse terrain, including open irrigated hay fields and pasture. The topography is level, gently sloping and rugged steep. Native vegetation of white pines, douglas fir, and oak brush paint the countryside green. Alfalfa/bromegrass are grown on the irrigated land.Water RightsAbout 125 acres can be irrigated from the Harrigan Ditch, which is the #7 water right from Hardscrabble. There are nine risers and an underground irrigation system for the irrigated land. Hardscrabble Creek runs through the eastern part of the property that is active about seven months of the year. There is tunnel access under the road to gain access to this creek area for livestock water.OutbuildingsHay Barn 1: This barn is a 40x80 steel superstructure with 18-foot openings and can store approximately 4,000 bales of hay. Pole Frame Barn: The pole barn is 30x50. Hay Barn 2: This hay barn is 30x50. Frame Equipment Buildings: Two frame buildings located at the main dwelling. 40x80 and 50x100, both are steel structures.Custer CountyCuster County is a popular outdoor vacation spot, boasting several 14,000-foot peaks as well as numerous fishing, hiking, hunting, and camping areas. A large percentage of the county is National Forest land in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains on the west side and in the Wet Mountains on the east. The Deweese Reservoir lies at the north end of the Wet Mountain Valley.OpportunitiesWetmore Ranch is well suited for a "hobby" or "recreational" ranch with several barns, equipment buildings, two dwellings, and ditch rights. It is easily accessible, has open space, and located close to Wetmore and Westcliffe. Florence, Canon City & Colorado Springs are all cities accessible to the ranch within 50 miles. Call Twila Geroux for your private tour.
$2,100,000  •  878.67 acres
The Ramey Ranch is 880 acres one mile east of Elbert Colorado. This diverse ranch has excellent quality native and improved grass pastures and CRP lands. Additionally, it has scattered rock outcropping and a stand of Ponderosa Pines. The Elbert area is highly desirable as it location makes the commute to either Colorado Springs, Castle Rock, Parker or Denver a breeze. Set on the high plains of Colorado, in an area of stands of ponderosa pine timber and open rolling grasslands, this is Colorado at its finest. The property boasts peak to peak mountain views. Water rights are determined in 5 aquifers and are included. The CRP contract has 320.05 acres enrolled through September 2022 and pays $27.90 per acre annually. The balance of the acreage is native and improved grass pastures. The ranch is extremely well sodded and healthy. There are a couple of runoff dams and two wells for livestock water. The ranch is fenced and cross fenced. Improvements include a 1940 farm house which needs a lot of repair and upgrading. The ranch is in the path of development in an area of high demand. Wildlife include Mule Deer, Pronghorn Antelope, Elk, Turkey, and various small animals and varmints. The ranch will also be offered in three natural parcels of 160 acres of grazing land with an old farm house and two wells, a 160 acre grazing and CRP parcel with awesome building sites in the pines and rock outcroppings, and 560 acres of grazing and CRP. Please call to schedule your private tour!
$2,899,000  •  702.6 acres
Price Reduced. Skyline Ranch is located just 3 minutes from historic downtown Canon City. Location, location, location! This ranch borders city limits to the east and is located less than one half mile from the Pueblo Community College Fremont County Campus. The ranch offers over 3/4's of a mile of U.S. highway 50 frontage. For about 1/4 of a mile the ranch owns both sides of U.S. highway 50, and brings in income for highway signage advertising from local Canon City businesses. With city water and sewer lines already run along highway 50 to the community college, a future developer has strong potential to get city water and sewer lines run the rest of the way to this property, and throughout. The ranch is located just 5 minutes east of the Royal Gorge Bridge and Park. Which is a world famous park owned and run by the City of Canon City. This park houses aerial gondolas, zip lines, and bungee jumping, along with North America's highest suspension bridge.Homes, Outbuildings, Improvements The location of this ranch is prime, being so close to town, yet it feels worlds away. Because of the way the surrounding topography shields it from town. There are 2 small modest ranch homes located on the ranch. One of these homes was built in 1969 and the other in 1929. Both homes are cozy and located near the south entrance of the ranch. These homes are currently being rented out on a month to month basis. There is an outdoor riding arena that was historically used for roping competitions by the family for many years. Along with a 6 stall horse barn, and 5 loafing sheds, and 2 corrals. The ranch is adequately fenced, and cross fenced. The ranch is also setup perfectly for the horse enthusiast or farrier, and is being used to graze cattle. There are two water wells that feed both ranch homes. These wells are dug into a productive spring, and then fed into a cistern with pump, providing water for nearly 100 years without an issue. There is also a year round live running creek that runs through the east side of the property (Sand Creek).Hunting, Recreation, and Quality of Life This ranch is located in prime big buck country. It doesn't hurt that the ranch is so close to town, yet just outside city limits. Urban bucks get big, and sometimes cross the highway and end up on this ranch. There are some real giants that live in the area. The occasional elk will meander through this ranch as well. If enrolled in Colorado Parks and Wildlife Land Owner Preference Program, the ranch will qualify for at least two land owner deer applications. Bull Elk tags are offered over the counter in this game management unit, GMU 691. Horse back riding on the ranch is also excellent, and would make a great place to give people trail rides through the cedar covered hills and canyons, located on the ranch. Canon City is known as having one of the best climates in Colorado. Sure this ranch get's snow, but it melts quickly! 70 degree days in January are not that uncommon. While some mountain ranches are buried in snow during the winter, this ranch in enjoys 365 days of access, year in, and year out. Added to that, Canon City enjoys over 255 days of sunshine per year. While not being far from the Front Range Urban Corridor, Canon City also enjoys lower traffic levels, and a quality of life that can not be matched by any big city in the country.Development Potential Bordering city limits and having all the necessary infrastructure nearby, makes this ranch prime for development. Whether you're looking to build apartments, or a residential housing community, or even a future commercial shopping center, or truck stop, this location is perfect. The ranch is currently zoned for agriculture, but has strong potential to be re-zoned to fit a developers needs. Rather than building to the east of town where it is flat and without character, this ranch offers a beautiful mountainous landscape with views to boot! Views of Fremont peak and the Hardscrabble Mountains to the south also add to the attractiveness of this location. This ranch is located just one half mile north of the Arkansas River. The Arkansas River is the most popular whitewater rafting destination in Colorado. Large undeveloped ranches near the front range and just 43 miles from the Colorado Springs Metropolitan Area are getting tougher to find. Canon City is a growing, thriving community and offers easy access to the Front Range Urban Corridor. Please call for a qualified showing today.CO-Brokers Welcome!
$1,996,750  •  589.11 acres
GENERAL: 589 +/- Deeded acres of the Colorado Rockies with 2 living quarters, two shop buildings, 8-10 stall horse barn, loafing sheds and round pen. The property is fenced and cross fenced, has three ponds, a couple of springs and good grass. The elevation ranges from about 9300 ft to about 10,200 ft above sea level. There is some improved pasture with Broome grass and the remainder is a mix of native mountain grasses. About 230 acres of the property is tree covered with Aspen and mixed Conifers. Several species of wildlife are known to frequent the property. Access is easy but privacy is notable. HOMES: The living quarters consist of a stick built home with one bedroom, living room, dining room, kitchen, office, one full bath and one half bath the original part of which was built in 1939 and has since been updated and remodeled. In 1977 there was a modular attached to this via a mud room and entry. The modular has three bedrooms, living room, dining area, kitchen two full baths and a laundry. This set up makes it usable as 2 completely separate dwelling or as a place for larger groups to enjoy. It would be a comfortable living quarters while building the family retreat at a higher elevation to take better advantage of the surrounding views. LAND: The land consists of 589+/- acres of which about 340 acres are prime grazing land for livestock, horses, and or wildlife. the remainder of the land is Aspen, mixed Conifer and rock outcropping. There a spring fed ponds and water tanks to provide water. The elevation makes for cool summer days yet the southern exposure presents mild winters. Currently there is not a conservation easement on the property so if the new owner wished to take advantage of that opportunity it would be attractive to many different land trusts. RECREATION: The combination of feed water and cover teamed with the fact that the neighboring property to the North is a large acreage that does not allow hunting makes this a ranch that provides one with a better than average opportunity to harvest trophy Elk and Mule Deer along with Turkey and Black Bear. Located in GMU 84 it is a draw area but this property is large enough to qualify for Land Owner Priority Preference which increases the opportunity to hunt. With thousands of acres of public land within a short drive there are multiple ways to enjoy mountain living. Skiing, white water rafting, mountain climbing, hiking, 4 wheeling, snowmobiling are just a few of the things you can enjoy as a day trip. SERVICES: The property is located about 65 miles Southwest of Colorado Springs with its airport, shopping, dining and entertainment. Pueblo is about an hour East and provides similar opportunity with the advantage of all the fresh farm produce during the summer and fall seasons. Westcliffe is the closest town and is the County seat of Custer County. Located in Westcliffe is a grocery store, bank, post office, theater, meat market, library, school, health clinic, shopping and most everything of necessity. One thing you won't find in Custer County is a stop light. Listing ID: 05052-59678
$2,295,000  •  570 acres
Teller Park Ranch is located 60-minutes west of Colorado Springs and provides an owner with endless possibilities. The varying topography and year-round accessibility make it equally appealing to the gentleman rancher, big game hunter or simply for use as a private family recreational retreat. The larger ranch is perimeter fenced (newly installed), contains (4) developed springs dispersed throughout for the watering of livestock and wildlife and has been surveyed. Interior roads have been well-maintained and extend through the ranch. There are no existing building improvements, and though an ideal candidate, the property has not been encumbered by a conservation easement. Premium building sites exist at nearly all points with the elevated portions affording prominent views of Pikes Peak, the Collegiate Peaks, Wet Mountain and Sangre De Cristo ranges. The topography is some of the most unique for the surrounding area, providing combinations of pine and aspen forest, native mountain grass meadows, seasonal flow creeks, ponds and towering rock formations.Teller Park is home to good numbers of Elk, Mule Deer and Merriam's Turkey. Colorado GMU 581 is an over-the-counter Elk unit for archery and 2nd & 3rd rifle seasons. Mule Deer tags are issued on a draw basis. An owner also has the ability to enroll in the State's Landowner Preference Program, which could provide annual big game preference vouchers for each 160-acre increment. Nearby Amenities/Attractions: Mueller State Park - 5,000+ Acres Florissant Fossil Beds National Monument - 6,000 + Acres Pike National Forest - 1,100,000 + Acres Eleven Mile Reservoir - Boat access and fishing Colorado's "Dream Stream" - Premier gold medal trout fishery Spinney Mountain Reservoir - Boat access and gold medal fishing Antero Reservoir - Boat access and fishing Tarryall Reservoir - Boat access and fishing South Platte and Arkansas Rivers Cripple Creek - historic mining town with (12) casinos Breckenridge, Monarch, Cooper & Summit County ski areas located within a 2-hr. driveTeller Park Ranch is Living Life on the Land! Don't miss your opportunity to own a piece of Colorado's finest! Call or email Brent Hedrick for a qualified private showing.
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$579,000  •  485 acres
Colorado Solitude at its best. Life’s simple pleasures just 15 minutes from the local airport. Quiet, open space with a beautiful view of the Rocky Mountains. 485 acres available for any dream home, ranch or farm, or a developer’s prime opportunity, creating the perfect country lifestyle. Located on the Wide open spaces just 15 miles east of Colorado Springs, Colorado. The little town of Ellicott is located 7 miles almost due north just off of highway 94. Well Maintained Asphalt and Gravel County Roads lead to the property from all directions. 485 acres of mostly level grasslands, wide open rangelands with amazing views of Pikes Peak to the west. The property is surrounded by private homesites and ranches of all sizes, including new development sites with proposed amenities such as horse and bike trails. The property can be divided following the county guidelines, creating additional building sites. Colorado Springs is one of the fastest growing cities in the nation which makes this a great investment property. The property includes an impressive 36’ x 50’ x 14’ Metal Building that sits on a professional concrete slab with an 8 foot apron on 3 sides. The building boasts (2) 12’ x 16’ hurricane grade overhead doors. There is a well located on the property and gas and electricity are in close proximity, bordering the property. There is a Tiny House that is partially complete located on the south side of the property. Colorado Springs is the second largest city in Colorado and hosts a plethora of activities and amenities in addition to restaurants, shopping and recreation including the Olympic Center which is a national epicenter for elite athletes from all of the world and the United States Air Force Base which is home to one of our nation's most respected military forces. Located at the base of one of the highest peaks in the world, Pikes Peak, mountain activities such as hunting, fishing, hiking and camping are all within an hour's reach, including the amazing series of waterfalls known as the Broadmoore Seven Falls.
$599,000  •  480 acres
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Corona Road CRP and grass is 480 acres mostly level CRP and improved grass rangeland. minutes from Calhan Colorado. This property is 181 acres of CRP, expiring October 2020, with the balance being grass land. The offering includes the owners share of mineral rights and the following decreed water rights. 93 acre feet per year in the Arapahoe Aquifer and 159 acre feet per year in the Laramie Fox Hills Aquifer. The property lays level and would be ideal to break back out and farm or to graze depending on the purchasers needs. There are several excellent building sites, including an old homestead site with a few cottonwood trees. There is electrical service along both bordering county roads. There are towering views of Pikes Peak to the west and a great view of the surrounding grasslands. The property holds Pronghorn Antelope and migrating Mule Deer. This ranch is ideally located with 25 minutes from the Colorado Springs metro area and shopping at Falcon, Colorado. Call Jim Digby to schedule your private showing.
$1,320,000  •  480 acres
Double Tree North 480 is a beautiful cattle and hunting ranch east of Elbert, Colorado. The ranch is a great mix of Ponderosa Pine, Cedar and Oak Brush cover and open grasslands. Located in Colorado game management unit 105, the property is loaded with trophy class Mule Deer, Pronghorn Antelope, Turkey and Elk. Area 105 is an "over the counter" plains Elk unit. The ranch is perfectly set up for cattle with several stock dams, and a newer solar well that is piped to two tanks. The trees provide excellent winter cover and with the abundant water resources makes a good year around ranch. The fences are in perfect shape and the land has been meticulously cared for. The native grasses are packed with protein and cattle gains unbeatable. Located in desirable Elbert County, the ranch is 45 minutes to Colorado Springs and Castle Rock, and one hour to Denver. For the front range professional, this is the hunting/cattle ranch you are looking for with unlimited perfect building sites. Call Jim Digby to schedule your private tour.
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$449,000  •  405 acres
Colorado Solitude at its best. Life’s simple pleasures just 15 minutes from the local airport. Quiet, open space with a beautiful view of the Rocky Mountains. 405 acres available for any dream home, ranch or farm, or a developer’s prime opportunity, creating the perfect country lifestyle. Located on the Wide open spaces just 15 miles east of Colorado Springs, Colorado. The little town of Ellicott is located 7 miles almost due north just off of highway 94. Well Maintained Asphalt and Gravel County Roads lead to the property from all directions. 405 acres of mostly level grasslands, wide open rangelands with amazing views of Pikes Peak to the west. The property is surrounded by private homesites and ranches of all sizes, including new development sites with proposed amenities such as horse and bike trails. The property can be divided following the county guidelines, creating additional building sites. Colorado Springs is one of the fastest growing cities in the nation which makes this a great investment property. The property includes an impressive 36’ x 50’ x 14’ Metal Building that sits on a professional concrete slab with an 8 foot apron on 3 sides. The building boasts (2) 12’ x 16’ hurricane grade overhead doors. There is a well and septic tank located on the property and gas and electricity are in close proximity, bordering the property. Colorado Springs is the second largest city in Colorado and hosts a plethora of activities and amenities in addition to restaurants, shopping and recreation including the Olympic Center which is a national epicenter for elite athletes from all of the world and the United States Air Force Base which is home to one of our nation's most respected military forces. Located at the base of one of the highest peaks in the world, Pikes Peak, mountain activities such as hunting, fishing, hiking and camping are all within an hour's reach, including the amazing series of waterfalls known as the Broadmoore Seven Falls.
$880,000  •  400 acres
Awesome Bijou valley 400 acres native grass land. This ranch has a good set of welded pipe corrals and a Cleary loafing shed with welded pipe pens. It offers excellent deer, elk and antelope hunting. GMU Area 105 offers over the counter plains elk tags. This ranch is perfectly set up for cattle. There are several superb building sites and small pocket of Ponderosa pines. The area is very popular with cattleman as the native grasses are superior and loaded with protein for superior cattle gains. This area of Elbert County lies in the protected Bijou Basin area. The ranch would make a good headquarters or add on parcel. The area supports one cow calf pair per 20 acres. The ranch location, is about 45 minutes from Colorado Springs and 50 minutes from Denver. It is a world away from the hustle and bustle of the front range, but a short commute to all the front range has to offer. Call to schedule your private tour.
$2,599,000  •  395.83 acres
LOCATIONThe scenic, 396-acre F Bar 4 Ranch is an ideal fit for the big game hunter, gentleman rancher or family retreat. The property is located a short distance south of Westcliffe, Colorado in the foothills of the Wet Mountain Valley. Westcliffe is an easy three-hour drive from Denver, 1.5-hour drive from Colorado Springs, and 45 minutes from Canon City and Pueblo. Year-round access is provided by County maintained roads to the ranch gate. The Silver Cliff Airport (eight nautical miles south of Westcliffe) is within a 10-minute drive from the ranch and features a 54' x 7,000' runway.The property is directly bound on the west by the 1.1-million-acre San Isabel National Forest with the towering, snow-capped peaks of the Sangre De Cristo range serving as the backdrop to the ranch. Some of Colorado's most distinguished 14'ers make up the vast backyard of the F Bar 4 Ranch. The famous Crestone Needles, Crestone Peak, Kit Carson Mountain and Humbolt Peak are there for your viewing pleasure. The 360-degree views from the ranch also include the Collegiate Peaks and Pikes Peak to the north and the Spanish Peaks to the south. The 100-mile Rainbow Trail skirts the base of these mountains and stretches from New Mexico to Salida, Colorado. A ride to the Great Sand Dunes is not out of the question as they are just across the mountain range to the south.The Wet Mountain Valley is famous for its unparalleled views, rural-ranching lifestyle, and endless miles of wilderness hiking trails through high-mountain meadows bursting with wildflowers and 52 alpine lakes for fly-fishing. Custer County was formed in 1877 and is the 10th smallest of the 64 counties in Colorado. Its tranquil valley, spectacular mountains and hundreds of thousands of acres of National Forest make the county one of the most desirable for hunters, hikers, climbers, and outdoor enthusiasts of all kinds. The Wet Mountain Valley reminds visitors of what Colorado once was, and Custer County still is.HUNTINGThrough Colorado Parks & Wildlife, landowners can apply for the Landowner Preference Program in receiving elk, mule deer and pronghorn licenses for each 160-acre deeded increment. The F Bar 4 Ranch is located in GMU 86, which is an over-the-counter bull elk unit for 2nd and 3rd rifle seasons. Archery tags are also issued over-the-counter (either sex). Muzzleloader tags (cow and either sex) are drawn with no preference points. The majority of mule deer licenses drawn for the unit have been obtained with zero to one preference point. Black bear and turkey are also common residents.LANDThe ranch comprises 396 +/- acres with varying topography ranging from sub-irrigated grass meadows to pine and aspen covered forest. Cottonwood Creek provides live water via an irrigation ditch to the meadow bottom lands and there are ponds and springs located throughout. The elevation of the property is optimal for fall big game habitat and ranges from 9,000 to 9,800 feet, increasing in elevation from east to the west and peaking along the National Forest Service boundary. The ranch is perimeter fenced and provides ample native grass forage for cattle and horses. An interior road system extends throughout for ease of access. The property is not encumbered by a conservation easement. IMPROVEMENTSThe owner's residence totals for 2,854 square feet and features a two-story, five bedroom, three-bath design that was extensively renovated in 2014 (interior and exterior). The home was updated with custom, mountain-themed finishes (wood mill work, upgraded cabinetry and appliances, granite countertops, stone & tile flooring and stamped concrete). Other features include an oversized master suite with a walk-in shower, large concrete patio off-of the main entrance and master suite, an attached two-car garage, large deck accessed by the upper-floor bedrooms, expansive rock fireplace, loft overlooking the living room, oversized picture windows, mudroom, laundry room with sink, walk-in closets and ample storage. Two sources of heat include a combination of forced air gas and a wood-fired boiler that supply in-floor radiant lines.Outbuildings consist of (3) storage barns ranging from 510 to 2,080 square feet and each containing electricity. One of the structures includes an enclosed meat processing room and walk-in cooler for game storage. A former bunkhouse structure could also be renovated to house additional guests or utilized as caretaker quarters.For inquiries, or to arrange a private showing, please contact Brent Hedrick or Twila Geroux.
$498,000  •  348 acres
Under Contract
The ranch north of Boone is perfect place to call home. This place offers a 2,000 square foot house, with several barns, buildings, and grain storage. Set up for horses and cattle, with pens and feed bunks. Well fenced pastures for rotational grazing, with two water wells. The ranch also offers recreational opportunities with mule deer and antelope frequenting the property. Located 20 miles north of Boone, 44 miles from Pueblo and 64 miles from Colorado Springs. The place is nice and peaceful, not to far of the front range for pretty mountain views. Call today to set up a showing.
$599,000  •  320 acres
Coyote Run RanchCoyote Run Ranch is an extremely unique opportunity in the gorgeous location of Cotopaxi, CO.Situated at 7620 feet, with several great building sites, these 320 acres are begging to be utilized and explored! Cotopaxi is a popular launching pad for rafting the Arkansas River and boasts incredible fly fishing throughout the spring and fall seasons. The local Sangre De Cristo mountain range has 52 high country lakes accessible via hiking or horseback riding. And the ranch is just a short drive from the well-known Rainbow Trail, where the hiking and exploring options span over 100 miles!Bordering State Trust land and with great access from county maintained Gulch Road, this unusually large acreage is a fantastic opportunity for either development or the gentleman or gentlewoman rancher. An old homestead and windmill on the property create both a charming and rustic environment. The majestic backdrop of the Rockies paired with open meadows bursting with wildflowers makes this a truly picturesque location. There are multiple varieties of pine trees on the property and the abundant wildlife in the area make this location attractive for hunters and nature enthusiasts alike! Conveniently located near the 'Royal Gorge Region' of Colorado, the area is bursting with historical interests, impressive attractions, and thrilling adventures. Temperatures range from the high 80s in July to low 20s in January, allowing the full experience of Colorado's stunning seasons. Trail rides, hiking and camping are all within easy access of the ranch. Throughout the snowy winter months, one can take full advantage of the local ski resorts, Monarch and Breckenridge, which are only a short drive away. Secluded and peaceful, yet close enough to the convenience of Canon City or Colorado Springs, Coyote Run Ranch is a rare opportunity that will exceed your expectations!
$1,740,000  •  240 acres
240 acre ranch for sale in Westcliffe, Colorado. If you're longing to step back into a simpler time, this may be your opportunity. The ranch includes two move-in-ready homes, garage, barn, round pen, and corrals. Main home is 2,694 square feet, 3 bedroom, 2 bath with open floor plan, 2 inch thick travertine counter tops and updated appliances. Outside is a 60x88 barn, loafing shed, corrals, and round pen built solidly with 2x6 and 2x8 lumber. Second home is 2,198 square feet, 3 bedroom, 2 bath that feels like an early 1900's ranch house with modern upgrades. Has a large detached garage with heated bonus room above. Property is fenced and cross fenced with multiple pastures and gates. Very private, secluded location with unobstructed long-range views of the surrounding foothills and valley and expansive views of the rugged Sangre de Cristo Mountain Range and several 14,000 foot peaks. The acreage is mostly south facing consisting predominantly of gently sloping meadows, spectacular rock outcroppings, aspen groves and dark timber on the backside of the mountain creating excellent wildlife habitat. Large resident herds of elk are common on the property along with deer and the occasional antelope. Located in Game Management Unit 84 and eligible for land-owner tags. Grazing has historically supported 30-40 AU. There is an adjudicated spring and several catch basins on the property. Located approximately 20 minutes from the quaint mountain town of Westcliffe, Colorado on a maintained county road. Silverwest airport is 30 minutes away and offers a 7,000 foot runway and 24 hour fuel service. If you have a need for a city run, Pueblo or Canon City are an hour away, and Colorado Springs and the commercial airport are 1.5 hours away. Ranch can be purchased all or part as follows: 2265 County Road 358 (Main house) - 50 acres, home, barn, corrals; 1693 County Road 358 - 190 acres with house and garage. Contact broker for details.
$699,500  •  240 acres
Greenhorn Mountain Retreat is a beautiful 5 bedroom, 4 bathroom home on 240 acres (shared), situated just west of Rye, Colorado in Cuerna Verde. The Wet Mountain Range, Greenhorn Mountain Wilderness and San Isabel National Forest neighbor to the West. Built as a summer home in 1913, and completely remodeled in 1999, this 2,797 square foot home boasts incredible views and seems to have been made for families and friends to get together and retreat away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Enjoy a spacious kitchen with stainless steel Jenn-Air and Viking appliances. The center island, with a gorgeous wood slab countertop and breakfast bar, allows for easy gathering and is open to the dining area with windows that bring the views of the western mountains in. Walkout from the kitchen to enjoy a massive outdoor fireplace and stone patio space, perfect for entertaining or for quiet moments by the fire to take in the infinite stars. Relax by the indoor fireplace in the living room or in the sunroom to read a book, play a game or paint a picture of the surrounding mountain beauty. The main floor master bedroom boasts a gorgeous en suite bathroom complete with double sinks and a walk in shower with elaborate and detailed tile work. The upstairs bedrooms share a full bathroom and a cozy overlook to the living room. Above the garage, and with a separate entrance, is another spacious, private bedroom and bathroom. Original wood floors, built in book cases, original car siding in bedrooms, and the vaulted ceilings with exposed beams add interest to this home. It is truly a place of peace and reprieve with incredible views all around of mountains and plains. Created in 1913 by Colorado business men as a place to retreat with their families, Cuerna Verde Association is a shared amenity community. There are 14 homes that share 240 acres of forest, hay field with private access to thousands of acres of National Forest land. The association members enjoy the use of the land for recreating, including a portion of Greenhorn Creek, a barn area for equestrian activities, an outdoor swimming pool, and a caretaker for grounds, road maintenance and snow removal. Water is provided by a community spring. The Greenhorn Mountain Trailhead, is at the entrance to Cuerna Verde. Additionally, Lake San Isabel is just a few miles up the road. Southern Colorado is a special part of the state. Recreation and enjoyment of the outdoors is easy from this home. Access to larger metropolitan areas is a quick drive north via I-25 to Pueblo (30 minutes), or Colorado Springs (1 hour). Don't miss out on this very special property!
$240,000  •  233 acres
The Cedarwood 233 is one of the few opportunities left in the Hatchet Ranch area to own a piece of large acreage that borders state land to the west and another large ranch to the south.Located in GMU 128, this 233 acre property would qualify for a landowner voucher for deer and is an Over the Counter unit for elk. With power roughed in at the property line, this is an excellent parcel for a home or cabin for your own secluded escape.Enjoy graded roads throughout the ranch and easy access to the I-25 corridor.Call to schedule a showing today.40 minutes to Pueblo1:30 to Colorado Springs$300/ year HOA dues
$1,295,000  •  225 acres
The one you've been waiting for!! Whether you're looking for your dream home, a company retreat, or a B & B opportunity, this property should rank high on your list. Located a short one hour drive from Pueblo, CO, or 1.5 hour drive from Colorado Springs, CO, airports, so amenities are easily within reach. The historical town of Westcliffe is about 20 minutes to the west and offers just about everything one needs to sustain life! Whether your looking for your dream home, a company retreat, or a B & B opportunity, this property should rank high on your list.This working cattle/horse ranch with good year-round access offers 225 +/- acres and a beautiful home. Set against the backdrop of Arkansas Mountain, this home has gorgeous views of the Sangre de Cristos, the Collegiate Peaks, Rampart Range, and Waugh Mt.. Enjoy large elk herds, deer, bear, mountain lion, and other wildlife from your choice of either a covered patio or sizeable 2nd-floor deck!The HomeThis home offers two living areas, which are separate and fully functional.The home features three bedrooms & four bathrooms with space to add two more bedrooms if desired. The main floor exhibits 9'6" ceilings of beautiful T&G pine, tiled kitchen and bathrooms, and large windows on all sides to allow inhabitants to enjoy the breathtaking views from anywhere in the home. Enter the house to the foyer, conveniently equipped with a laundry closet and access to the upper and main floor. The main level offers a carpeted great room, tiled kitchen with granite island and counter with ample custom cabinetry. Exit the kitchen through large French doors to a bright, fully enclosed sunroom furnished with a vented, stainless steel grill, and buffet serving bar. The large master bedroom is pleasant and spacious, with an oversized tiled jetted tub and a walk-in tiled shower. Views from this suite are spectacular as you gaze out to the mountainside and watch elk graze down to the surrounding meadow. The guest bathroom, laundry room, and office (which could be converted to a bedroom is desired) are opposite the master and offer privacy, views, and solitude.The second floor is beautiful with vaulted T&G ceilings, a second master suite, a third bedroom, a guest bath, and a full kitchen. There is ample storage, pantry, and even a hidden "Bunk House" for the kiddos(which could be used as an additional bedroom as well)! The property offers several upgrades: granite countertops, new sliding doors, and new windows, two overhead insulated, automatic garage doors, and a 20kw whole-house generator system that will service both the house and barn. The home is heated with hot-water baseboard heat throughout, with the capability to add propane heat on the second level if desired.Outbuildings and LandThe ranch offers good pasture for seasonal livestock grazing each year. The property is fenced and cross-fenced to maximize grazing capabilities and is well watered with two spring-fed ponds. The 48'x48' barn has four stalls that open to the corral, hay storage, tack room, and concrete flooring down the center. A 12'x36' loafing shed sits adjacent to the barn, with corral/pen areas. The 18'x10' Tuff Shed houses all the yard equipment and tools.This parcel is close to the national forest and BLM land and is frequented by deer, elk, and other wildlife. Beautiful ponderosas and patches of aspen are all part of the Arkansas Mt. and offer shelter for the wildlife that live and pass through the property. It's located in Colorado Game Management Unit area 84 and owner's tags are available for elk and deer. An additional 35-acre contiguous parcel is also available.Check back for a full array of photos, a video, and information.Qualified property showings may be scheduled by contacting Butch Hagelstrom at 303-827-5157 or Twila Geroux at 719-371-4344.
$129,000  •  160 acres
The Alamosa 160 is a 160± deeded acre ranch approximately nine miles east of Alamosa, Colorado with amazing views of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains. The topography of the ranch is flat and consists of grass-covered plateaus mixed with sagebrush. Several species of wildlife frequent the property including elk, mule deer, coyotes and antelope. This property also qualifies to apply for Landowner Preference Point hunting tags. This property offers several building sites and is located only 10 minutes from Alamosa and around 2-1/2 hours from Colorado Springs. There are no utilities on the property.