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$4,300,000  •  3,249.11 acres
Rock House Ranch is in the southwest corner of Colorado close to the rural community of Cahone, Colorado. Cortez is 25 miles to the south, providing amenities of shopping, restaurants, a hospital, and a regional airport. This part of Colorado is known for its vast Native American history. Many of the surrounding lands contain remnants of past Native American cultures living throughout the land centuries ago. Rock House Ranch is no exception to this, the 3,249.11± acres holds beauty from the past and opportunities for the future. Still standing on the ranch today is a historic stone house used as a stagecoach stop. The ranch is vacant land except for a hay storage barn, has a seasonal spring (not currently filed on), mostly fenced with 3 strand barbwire, and roads throughout the ranch. The ranch has grazing and hunting opportunities. Elevations on the ranch range from 6,400 feet to 6,600 feet, and the southwest corner of the ranch borders public land. Topographies vary from flat dry land to canyons of pinons, sagebrush, natural grass meadows, and beautiful rock formations. Rock House Ranch is Game Management Unit 72. On the higher end of successful mule deer hunts in Colorado, Unit 72 boasts a certain exclusivity since the percentage of public land available for hunting is less than 30 percent. Mule deer tags are reserved for buck hunting only and are valid for Units 72 and 73. Nestled in the southwestern corner of Colorado, bounded on the west by the Utah border and on the south by the New Mexico border, Unit 72 is a hunting destination that can be taken on by any hunter. Being that the physical demands of this unit are not the most extreme, Unit 72 provides an enjoyable hunting experience for those that may not be able to maneuver the rugged areas. However, the unit does have its more challenging areas for those that are seeking out that kind of hunt. Public land hunting is limited to the Canyon of the Ancients National Monument, which is in the northern half of the unit. The Southern Ute Indian Reservation comprises the majority of the southern portion of the unit and prohibits hunting. The ranch is surrounded by many different types of activities and agriculture. To the north is Dove Creek, Colorado known as “one of the pinto bean capitals of the world”. Further to the west is Utah, with Canyonlands National Park. To the south of the ranch are many archaeological sites to explore, with the most famous being Mesa Verde National Park. With the central location to many activities and hunting, put this ranch on your must-see list.
$2,899,000  •  2,042 acres
Mesa Verde Ranch encompasses 7,217± acres; 2,042± deeded acres, 4,700± BLM leased acres, and 475± state leased acres. For the size and price point, Mesa Verde Ranch offers the avid outdoors enthusiast hunting opportunities like no other ranch on the market today. The ranch is ideally located in Southwest Colorado. The ranch has several sources of water, such as seasonal ponds. The property boasts prime deer, elk, and bear habitat. With minimal public ground, relatively mild winters, excellent genetics, good feed, and water sources, it is no wonder why there are so many trophy caliber animals in the immediate area. The Southwest Colorado elk hunting ranch offers potential income in areas of grazing leases, hunting leases, and conservation. Mesa Verde Ranch offers excellent hunting opportunities for deer, elk, turkey, and bear from the beginning of archery season through the last rifle season. There is an excellent mix of cover, meadows, topography, and water sources, which makes this property the perfect sanctuary for wildlife. Located in Game Management Unit 73, which is renowned for big elk and mule deer, the ranch qualifies for the LPP (landowner preference program) for mule deer vouchers, it has several OTC (over-the-counter) options for elk licenses too. Mesa Verde Ranch is one of the best mule deer hunting properties in the state, every year as fall and winter sets in it pushes these giant monarchs out of the national park right through the property. The ranch consists of mountainous land that spans from the valley floor and climbs up to nearly bordering Mesa Verde National Park. The massive landscape blocks public access to 4,700± more acres of public hunting, where only two other ranches can access it. Mesa Verde National Park grows giants with over 53,000 acres of no hunting pressure, which has the perfect habitat to grow those monster muleys. Unit 73 is a mecca for giant elk and Mule Deer, with the agriculture and high-country ground being the hub for growing those giant antlers. With easy access to Cortez for all its amenities, Mesa Verde Ranch checks all the boxes. Contact M4 Ranch Group today to learn more about this Southwest Colorado elk hunting ranch.
$1,400,000  •  760 acres
Horned Toad Ranch, Cahone, Colorado (+/-760 acres) After a generation of family farming, its time to pass the baton on this 60+ year-old family farm that uniquely dovetails into the thousands of acres of the Canyons of the Ancients National Monument. Named after the abundant horned toads that the farmers' kids would chase while on family arrowhead hunting picnics, this legacy property has few equals. The ranch is an end-of-the-road, off-grid farmstead with an incredible blend of +/- 487 acres of production farmland and100% surrounded elk and mule deer holding cover. The farmland is income-producing CRP, with 2 years remaining. Total annual payment is $16,445 ($33.76 per acre). The per acre rate is driven by soil conditions. Soil condition for the Horned Toad is judged at the high end of the per-acre payment rate. There are several miles of edge bordering on the canyonlands and home to world-class elk and trophy class mule deer. With farm income, qualifying for 2 annual landowner buck tags & over the counter elk tags (2020 season), this totally protected paradise has not been hunted in years. And, it's located just a couple miles from the Utah state line, with elk tags on that side that could take 20+ years to draw. With 3 sides of the ranch touching the Canyons National Monument, the Horned Toad Ranch is the off-the-grid ranch and easy to hunt paradise you've been looking for your whole life. Totally turnkey with tree stands and trail cams, it's ready for your RV or fifth-wheel camper. And, if you're interested in building your dream cabin, there's an excellent site with views of mountains from every window.Whether hunting trophy elk and mule deer, or hunting the numerous Indian artifacts with the kids, this income-producing, family retreat just might fit your criteria for the perfect recreational farm property. Be sure to explore Mesa Verde National Park and the Dolores River Canyon, both nearby. County maintained access to the front gate, with easy rolling terrain, allows for all ages to enjoy this property. The Horned Toad Ranch is just 4.5 hours to Salt Lake City (UT), 6.5 hours to Phoenix (AZ) and 40 minutes to Cortez (CO) with regional air access, dining, Walmart and a hospital. This one may not last long so call or email today for more information and your qualified showing. Co brokers welcome.
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$8,995,000  •  318 acres
$9,500,000
History is woven into this lush 318+ acre landscape with a charming 11-bedroom, half-century-old lodge at the base of the now defunct, but delightfully skiable, Stoner Ski Area (3 trails, 1220+ feet vertical). Other improvements include an early 1900’s historic ranch manager’s cabin, preserved barn and other sheds and outbuildings, in one of which kids are able to fish in a stocked pond from the front porch.
$1,870,000  •  225 acres
Montezuma County, CO Hunting & Recreational Ranch with Home For Sale Welcome to Cedar Point Ranch in Southwest Colorado -- an elegant 4400 square foot log home, plus separate guest house, barn and outbuildings, all on 225 fenced acres, with producing hay fields, irrigation water rights, stunning mountain views, and so much more... The gorgeous LOG HOME welcomes you with vaulted ceilings, wood and slate floors, an open living-dining-kitchen floor plan and large windows that beautifully frame the La Plata mountain views. Don’t let the Hwy. 160 address concern you -- this property is nicely set back from the road, providing you with both easy access to town and a quiet, pastoral setting with world class Colorado views. Built in 1997, it offers 4+ bedrooms (5th room could be a bedroom, but does not have a closet), 4 bathrooms, and office nook, additional recreation / living area on the ground floor, mud room, laundry room, wrap-around deck and heated 2 car garage. Recent upgrades include: exterior fully stained and sealed in 2018; kitchen /living area wood floors re-done in 2019; boiler for heating system is 2 years old. Very comfortable master suite features private balcony with views, en suite bathroom with walk-in shower plus large soaking tub -- and rest assured, the hot water is big enough to handle it! The home’s heating system includes radiant in-floor heat (recently re-done), wood fireplace and gas stoves. Down a gentle slope a ways from the main house, you’ll find the separate GUEST HOUSE (approx 1880 sqft) which features a kitchen remodeled in 2015 (granite counters, new appliances) double-paned windows; wood floors; wood and gas stoves; 2 full bathrooms; ceiling fans; swamp cooler; large covered deck and majestic mountain and mesa views all of its own. Further along is the 3000 sqft BARN, built in 2015, with barn door clearance of 15' high by 30' wide; excellent for equipment and hay storage with electricity and wood stove. Finally, little bit more about the LAND and the HERD: This beautiful piece of southwest Colorado is mostly high fenced and has multiple ponds, 5 irrigation side rolls. Currently operating as an elk ranch (55 head, as of Feb 2019) it could easily transition to cattle depending on preference. A separate large feeding/ hay storage facility; storage shed and small chicken house give you everything you need to care for your animals. Several shaded, outdoor seating areas for enjoying the views and the fresh Colorado air complete the picture of Cedar Point Ranch as the perfect premier ranch home for you and yours. Approximate driving times: 5 minutes to Mancos CO; 25 mins to Cortez CO; 25 mins to Dolores CO; 30 mins to Durango CO; one hour 45 mins to Telluride CO. Call today for more information. For more properties like this, go to United Country Real Estate! Listing ID: 05099-55950
$950,000  •  45 acres
Located in one of the premier recreational locations in Southwest Colorado, the historical property of Buckhorn Lodge was built in 1959 and represents a deep history of recreation and enjoyment of the land. The Buckhorn Lodge encompasses 45± acres and is located six miles away from Groundhog Reservoir and is connected to miles of off-road trails. Buckhorn Lodge falls inside the county of Dolores and is accessible by County Road 31. The property is on the corner of three hunting units allowing hunting access to units 711, 70, and 71. All three units are primarily public property, the lowest unit percentage being 711 at 63% publicly owned, and the highest being 71 at 81% publicly owned. Buckhorn Lodge offers four surface ponds measuring approximately 2.17± acres of surface water on the property. Disappointment Creek runs through the property and the deck of the lodge overlooks the beautiful Disappointment Valley. The property is approximately an hour’s drive to the towns of Cortez, Dolores, and Telluride. The property itself has seven cabins, a 2,586± square foot main lodge, a 740± square foot recreation building, an 80± square-foot horse barn, and a 458± square foot storage building. The property has a well, electric, three septic tanks, its own propane tanks, and a 5,000 gallon in groundwater cistern tank. Buckhorn Lodge is a recreation and hunter’s haven that is full of developmental potential.