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$3,750,000  •  4,743 acres
The 4,743± acre Little Lost River Valley Ranch is located in east central Idaho’s upper Little Lost River Valley surrounded by the majestic peaks of the Lemhi and Lost River ranges. With wide open views and no residential structures visible, the majesty of this “Old West” landscape is breathtaking. Summit Creek, a year-round spring creek that originates on adjoining federal lands, meanders through stands of alder and willow for more than three miles through the ranch and is home to robust populations of spirited rainbow and brook trout. Bordered by lands managed by the Salmon/Challis National Forest, Bureau of Land Management (BLM), and State of Idaho, the ranch’s views and natural setting are almost entirely protected from the intrusion of development. A conservation easement covering 1,950± acres of the property enhances this effect by protecting habitat for elk, deer, pronghorn, sage grouse, raptors, wading birds, and waterfowl. A custom-designed 600± square foot log cabin constructed in 2008 is perched above Summit Creek overlooking the creek and nearby wetlands. Every window of the cabin frames an extraordinary view, and the porch is the perfect spot to relax and watch the day begin and end. The cabin and its remarkable setting were featured on the cover of Mountain Living magazine in August 2012 and in Country Living in the fall of 2013. The ranch is accessible all year and situated midway between Sun Valley, Idaho and Jackson Hole, Wyoming, within easy reach from either community. Idaho Falls, Idaho and its commercial airport lie approximately two hours southeast of the property, while Salt Lake City, Utah is located just over four hours to the south.
$2,450,000  •  3,520 acres
Under Contract
Located 45 miles south of Miles City Montana. 3,520 total acres 2,800 Deeded acres. The ranch has developed water, cross fencing, and corrals. Easy access via country road. Part of Montana HD 704 this nicely timbered ranch boasts nice mule deer, turnkey and the occasional elk. Upland hunting for sharp tail and Hungarian partridge.
$3,500,000  •  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... 1162.73 +/- acre cattle/hay ranch with an incredible 5280 sq. ft. Three-bedroom, three-bathroom luxury home with 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 the airport is 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/her 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, a concrete-covered patio, a fully landscaped and fenced backyard and a three-car garage. The LandThe 1162.73+/- acres feature beautifully diverse terrain, including open irrigated hay fields and pasture. The topography is level, gently sloping, and ruggedly steep. The 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.
$1,732,800  •  760 acres
Under Contract
The Dry Creek Ranch in Custer County, South Dakota has 760 plus-minus deeded acres and excellent big game hunting, all just 27 miles from Rapid City, the gateway to the Black Hills. The ranch boasts spectacular views of Custer State Park to the west. The property is both secluded and easily accessible year around via a graveled county road that is only 1 1/2 miles off Highway 79. Two wells and multiple ponds provide necessary water for livestock and big game. Improvements are functional and include working corrals, loading chute and livestock shelter. All the perimeter is fenced. There is a 64-acre alfalfa field on the north side of Dry Creek which runs through the middle of the ranch. This ranch has not been overgrazed and has been well managed. The Dry Creek Ranch presents the discerning buyer with distinct opportunities in one of the most sought-after areas in the region. Location: The Dry Creek Ranch is located south and West of Hermosa, South Dakota. Go south of Hermosa, South Dakota for 9 miles on Highway 79, then turn west on Dry Creek Road for 1 1/2 miles. Ranch is on the south side of the road. Locale: Custer State Park is famous for its bison herds, other wildlife, scenic drives, historic sites, visitor centers, fishing lakes, resorts, campgrounds and interpretive programs. In fact, it was named as one of the World's Top Ten Wildlife Destinations for the array of wildlife within the park's borders and for the unbelievable access visitors have to them. One of the nation's largest state parks, just 15 miles from the city of Custer, South Dakota's premier State Park comprises 71,000 acres. Custer State Park has been home to diverse cultural heritages for thousands of years and has provided an array of scenic beauty and outdoor recreation for visitors since the early 1900s. Recreation: The Dry Creek Ranch offers endless recreational possibilities for the outdoor enthusiast, both on the property and in nearby Custer Sate Park. Hiking, horseback riding, mountain biking, and fishing in the summer combine with snowmobiling and cross-country skiing in the winter to create the perfect year-round retreat. Wildlife:The ranch consists of several environments which support a very diverse collection of wildlife. Mule deer and pronghorn antelope browse the creek bottoms and forage the native grasses. Mineral Rights:All mineral rights appurtenant to the property owned by the seller will transfer with the real estate. Sellers make no representation regarding what mineral rights they presently own. Fences & Boundaries: The perimeter of the property is completely fenced. The seller is making known to all potential purchasers that there may be variations between the deeded property lines and the location of the existing fence boundary lines on the subject property. Seller makes no warranties about location of the fence lines in relationship to the deeded property lines, nor does the seller make any warranties or representations about specific acreage within the fenced property lines. Seller is selling the property in an "as is" condition which includes the location of the fences as they exist. Boundaries shown on accompanying maps are approximate based on the legal description and may not indicate a survey. Maps are not to scale and are for visual aid only. Their accuracy is not guaranteed.
$2,300,000  •  731 acres
Lost Peaks RanchThis rare inholding ranch is surrounded by public lands 35 miles northeast of Sun Valley over Trail Creek Pass. Consisting of 731+/- deeded acres, the property sits at the base of 10,000-foot Jerry Peak and offers panoramic views of the upper Lost River Valley and the massive Lost River Range, which encompasses the state's highest peaks. The ranch is completely private and provides direct access to some of the best big game hunting in the state. Given its size, the ranch qualifies for tags through the state's Landowner Appreciation Program to hunt deer, elk and antelope in the area. Top notch fishing for rainbow and cutthroat trout is only minutes away on the Big Lost River and its tributaries, while good chukar populations ensure steady action in the foothills surrounding the ranch. Improvements include a 2-bedroom log hunting cabin with phone and power, metal barn, corrals, and 2 log bunkhouses. Irrigated pasture and an adjacent 114-head BLM summer grazing permit support a seasonal livestock operation.The Facts:731± deeded acres surrounded by public landsLocated 35 miles from Sun Valley and 22 miles from Mackay, IdahoCompletely private setting with panoramic mountain viewsSome of Idaho's best hunting and fishing is found in the surrounding area, and the ranch is eligible for Landowner Appreciation Program hunting tagsImprovements include a hunting cabin, barn and corralsWith irrigated and fenced pastures, the ranch is ideal for horses, while a contiguous BLM permit supports seasonal cattle grazing
$1,599,000  •  605 acres
The 605± deeded acres of the Kinsey Irrigated Farm are located 18 miles northeast of Miles City, Montana in the fertile Yellowstone River Valley. The Kinsey Irrigation District provides water for the 246± irrigated acres that have been used to grow primarily corn, silage and alfalfa as a feed source for the 4,000-head feedlot located on the property. The irrigated ground consists of 113 acres under pivot and the remaining acres are flood-irrigated. In addition to the irrigated acres, there are 104± acres of dryland farm ground and 255± acres of grazing. This property has also been used to background calves and to run bred cows during the winter in the natural protection of Muster Creek that runs through the property. A newer modular home on a foundation and older stick-built home provide great owner/employee housing. The feedlot includes a hydraulic chute and certified scale. Just four miles east is the community center of Kinsey and the Kinsey Grade School. Both Miles City and Kinsey are easily accessed via the paved State Highway 469. Reduced Price: $1,599,000 Contact Denver Gilbert at (406) 697-3961 or Mark McNamee at (307) 760-9510 for more information.
$6,900,000  •  485 acres
The Rafter R Ranch in Custer County, South Dakota has 485 plus-minus deeded acres and excellent big game hunting, all just 27 miles from Rapid City, the gateway to the Black Hills. The ranch boasts spectacular views. Expansive Custer State Park views to the west. It is only about 2 miles from the Wildlife Loop, Park Airport and in 15 minutes you can be having lunch at The Custer Park Game Lodge. About two-thirds of the ranch is comprised of gently rolling pastures and meadows, with the remainder in Black Hills spruce, ponderosa pine, birch, aspen, and oak--excellent habitat for the large elk, deer, mountain lion and wild turkey that abound here. The fabulous home was built in 2000 and has 4125 square feet of finished living space. The gourmet kitchen is a cook,s dream. The home is timber framed and the exterior is mostly rock and glass. There is an attached underground 2198 square foot garage and over 6000 square feet of paver patio. There is also a rock barn and a 1200 square foot guest house with 2 bedrooms and a full bath. The property is both secluded and easily accessible year around via a graveled county road. Multiple wells and ponds provide necessary water for livestock and big game. Improvements are functional and include working corrals. Most of the perimeter and some pastures are fenced. There are additional adjoining tracts available to assemble a large holding in The Black Hills, and rarely does one of this size become available so close to Rapid City and Custer State Park without a conservation easement. The Rafter R Ranch presents the discerning buyer with distinct opportunities in one of the most sought-after areas in the region. Location: The Rafter R Ranch is located south and West of Hermosa, South Dakota. Go south of Hermosa, South Dakota for 7 miles on Highway 79, then turn west on Cobb Road for 1 mile. Locale: Custer State Park is famous for its bison herds, other wildlife, scenic drives, historic sites, visitor centers, fishing lakes, resorts, campgrounds and interpretive programs. In fact, it was named as one of the World's Top Ten Wildlife Destinations for the array of wildlife within the park's borders and for the unbelievable access visitors have to them. One of the nation's largest state parks, just 15 miles from the city of Custer, South Dakota's premier State Park comprises 71,000 acres. Custer State Park has been home to diverse cultural heritages for thousands of years and has provided an array of scenic beauty and outdoor recreation for visitors since the early 1900s. Recreation: The Rafter R Ranch offers endless recreational possibilities for the outdoor enthusiast, both on the property and in the adjacent Custer Sate Park. Hiking, horseback riding, mountain biking, and fishing in the summer combine with snowmobiling and cross-country skiing in the winter to create the perfect year-round retreat. Wildlife:The ranch consists of several environments which support a very diverse collection of wildlife. The riparian corridor offers habitat for mule deer, elk, antelope, mountain lion and numerous other birds and smaller mammals. Mule deer and pronghorn antelope browse the creek bottoms and forage the native grasses. During the fall and into the winter months, herds of elk can be found residing on the ranch for multiple days at a time. Mineral Rights: All mineral rights appurtenant to the property owned by the seller will transfer with the real estate. Sellers make no representation regarding what mineral rights they presently own. Fences & Boundaries:The seller is making known to all potential purchasers that there may be variations between the deeded property lines and the location of the existing fence boundary lines on the subject property. Seller makes no warranties about location of the fence lines in relationship to the deeded property lines, nor does the seller make any warranties or representations about specific acreage within the fenced property lines. Seller is selling the property in an "as is" condition which includes the location of the fences as they exist.Boundaries shown on accompanying maps are approximate based on the legal description and may not indicate a survey. Maps are not to scale and are for visual aid only. Their accuracy is not guaranteed. Broker Comments: There are a few destination locations in the region where it is becoming increasingly challenging to find and acquire large acreage recreational properties. Rapid City and the surrounding area is an example of this. With its proximity to Rapid City, Rafter R Ranch represents an opportunity to purchase a substantial holding. The land is exceptionally scenic and very private, while adjacent to a state park and vast amounts of wilderness to access. The property is highly improved, there are numerous additional building sites, and the land is not encumbered with a conservation easement.
$1,980,000  •  400 acres
Seldom do you have an opportunity to purchase land bordering Custer State Park. Park View South in Custer County, South Dakota has 400 plus-minus deeded acres and excellent big game hunting, all just 30 miles from Rapid City, the gateway to the Black Hills. The ranch adjoins Custer State Park on the entire western border. The Custer State Park Game Lodge is only 2 miles away and the airport is only 1 mile away. The property is both secluded and easily accessible year around via a graveled county road. About one third of the ranch is comprised of gently rolling pastures and meadows, with the remainder in Black Hills spruce, ponderosa pine, birch, aspen, and oak--excellent habitat for the large elk, deer, mountain lion and wild turkey that abound here. Multiple ponds and seasonal creeks provide necessary water for livestock and big game. Improvements are minimal and includes livestock shelter. This ranch has not been overgrazed and has been well managed. Elevations range from 3700 feet on the creek bottom to 4000 feet at the top of the ridge. Park View South presents the discerning buyer with distinct opportunities in one of the most sought-after areas in the region. Location: Park View South is located South and West of Hermosa, South Dakota. Go south of Hermosa, South Dakota for 7 miles on Highway 79, then turn west on Cobb Road for 5 miles. The ranch is on the west side of the road. Locale: Custer State Park is famous for its bison herds, other wildlife, scenic drives, historic sites, visitor centers, fishing lakes, resorts, campgrounds and interpretive programs. In fact, it was named as one of the World's Top Ten Wildlife Destinations for the array of wildlife within the park's borders and for the unbelievable access visitors have to them. One of the nation's largest state parks, just 15 miles from the city of Custer, South Dakota's premier State Park comprises 71,000 acres. Custer State Park has been home to diverse cultural heritages for thousands of years and has provided an array of scenic beauty and outdoor recreation for visitors since the early 1900s. Recreation: Park View South offers endless recreational possibilities for the outdoor enthusiast, both on the property and in nearby Custer Sate Park. Hiking, horseback riding, mountain biking, and fishing in the summer combine with snowmobiling and cross-country skiing in the winter to create the perfect year-round retreat. Wildlife:The ranch consists of several environments which support a very diverse collection of wildlife. The riparian corridor offers habitat for mule deer, elk, antelope, mountain lion and numerous other birds and smaller mammals. Mule deer and pronghorn antelope browse the creek bottoms and forage the native grasses. During the fall and into the winter months, herds of elk can be found residing on the ranch for multiple days at a time. Mineral Rights:All mineral rights appurtenant to the property owned by the seller will transfer with the real estate. Sellers make no representation regarding what mineral rights they presently own. Fences & Boundaries: The seller is making known to all potential purchasers that there may be variations between the deeded property lines and the location of the existing fence boundary lines on the subject property. Seller makes no warranties about location of the fence lines in relationship to the deeded property lines, nor does the seller make any warranties or representations about specific acreage within the fenced property lines. Seller is selling the property in an "as is" condition which includes the location of the fences as they exist. The Buyers will be responsible for contructing a fence on the north boundary. Boundaries shown on accompanying maps are approximate based on the legal description and may not indicate a survey. Maps are not to scale and are for visual aid only. Their accuracy is not guaranteed.
$2,399,000  •  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.
$1,905,750  •  385 acres
The Timber Ridge Ranch in Custer County, South Dakota has 385 plus-minus deeded acres and excellent big game hunting, all just 30 miles from Rapid City, the gateway to the Black Hills. The ranch has unmatched views into Custer State Park to the west. The Custer State Park Game Lodge is only 7 miles away by vehicle and the park airport is only 2 miles away. The property is both secluded and easily accessible year around via a graveled county road. About ninety percent of the ranch is comprised of gently rolling pastures and meadows, with the remainder in Black Hills spruce, ponderosa pine, birch, aspen, and oak--excellent habitat for the large elk, deer, mountain lion and wild turkey that abound here. A well and ponds provide necessary water for livestock and big game. This ranch has not been overgrazed and has been well managed. Elevations range from 3750 feet on the bottom to 4000 feet at the top of the ridge. The Timber Ridge Ranch presents the discerning buyer with distinct opportunities in one of the most sought-after areas in the region.Location: The Timber Ridge Ranch is located South and West of Hermosa, South Dakota. Go south of Hermosa, South Dakota for 7 miles on Highway 79, then turn west on Cobb Road for 4 miles. The ranch is on the south side of the road. Locale: Custer State Park is famous for its bison herds, other wildlife, scenic drives, historic sites, visitor centers, fishing lakes, resorts, campgrounds and interpretive programs. In fact, it was named as one of the World's Top Ten Wildlife Destinations for the array of wildlife within the park's borders and for the unbelievable access visitors have to them. One of the nation's largest state parks, just 15 miles from the city of Custer, South Dakota's premier State Park comprises 71,000 acres. Custer State Park has been home to diverse cultural heritages for thousands of years and has provided an array of scenic beauty and outdoor recreation for visitors since the early 1900s. Recreation: The Timber Ridge Ranch offers endless recreational possibilities for the outdoor enthusiast, both on the property and in nearby Custer Sate Park. Hiking, horseback riding, mountain biking, and fishing in the summer combine with snowmobiling and cross-country skiing in the winter to create the perfect year-round retreat. Wildlife:The ranch consists of several environments which support a very diverse collection of wildlife. The riparian corridor offers habitat for mule deer, elk, antelope, mountain lion and numerous other birds and smaller mammals. Mule deer and pronghorn antelope browse the creek bottoms and forage the native grasses. During the fall and into the winter months, herds of elk can be found residing on the ranch for multiple days at a time. Mineral Rights:All mineral rights appurtenant to the property owned by the seller will transfer with the real estate. Sellers make no representation regarding what mineral rights they presently own. Fences & Boundaries: The seller is making known to all potential purchasers that there may be variations between the deeded property lines and the location of the existing fence boundary lines on the subject property. Seller makes no warranties about location of the fence lines in relationship to the deeded property lines, nor does the seller make any warranties or representations about specific acreage within the fenced property lines. Seller is selling the property in an "as is" condition which includes the location of the fences as they exist. Boundaries shown on accompanying maps are approximate based on the legal description and may not indicate a survey. Maps are not to scale and are for visual aid only. Their accuracy is not guaranteed.
$994,620  •  331.54 acres
Lapin Creek RanchCome see 331+ acres of private mountain property that borders BLM.NO Conservation EasementNO HOA/CovenantsSeller Financing AvailableLand This property has Lapin Creek running through the middle of the property. A pinon covered ridge runs along the north edge of the creek and the northern most boundaries. This borders the Vickerman Ranch to the north. To the south of the creek, several grassy valleys head back into the pine-covered hills to the higher plateaus where the south and east boundary border BLM. From these high meadows, you can see for miles in all directions!Mineral RightsMineral rights are in tack for the about 251 acres of the ranch. The property is entirely perimeter fenced and would handle several head of cow/calf pairs or yearlings if you're interested and Colorado ranching.HuntingThis is also good elk and mule deer country. There's plenty of grass and water to make for a successful hunting season. Additionally, as I mentioned earlier, it borders BLM. The national forest is very close as well. So your hunting grounds are greatly expanded!GMU 84
$1,490,000  •  225.44 acres
Under Contract
Bull Flats Ranch is a prime destination for adventure seekers and those looking for their next great investment in the solitude of the Black Hills of South Dakota. Nearly 100% of the property boundary is shared with federal lands managed by the Black Hills National Forest. This property consists of two homesteads totaling 225.44 acres with a unique metes and bounds property description. The adjacent public lands add to the property's scenery and solitude and give it convenient back-door access to tens of thousands of acres in the surrounding forest service lands. The elevation on the property is approximately 5500 feet.Bull Flats Ranch offers the best of South Dakota recreation as well as an opportune investment. It is located just 11 miles west from Custer, South Dakota. Bull Flats Ranch offers endless possibilities for the buyer seeking a wise investment or a beautiful place to call home with its stunning views and rich history.Location:From downtown Custer, travel west of Custer 9 miles to Pass Creek Road. Turn left and follow Pass Creek Road approximately 2.5 miles to 255th Street. Property is on the west side of Pass Creek Road. Legal Description:HES #354 located in Sections 5 & 8, Township 4 South, Range 3 East, and Balance of HES #355 located in Sections 8 & 9, Township 4 South, Range 3 East, BHM, Custer County, South Dakota (225.44 ac +/-)Recreation:With several national icons nestled among the pines of the Black Hills National Forest, this Island in the Plains serves as the backdrop for these symbols of America. From hiking, biking, climbing, skiing, snowmobiling, and snowshoeing, the Black Hills National Forest offers recreation activities for all ages and interests. Specialized campgrounds, accessible recreation opportunities and a system of trails connecting communities, showcase the Black Hills National Forest that provides user friendly access to year-round family activities. Together, the attractive features of the Black Hills National Forest, Custer State Park, and area National Parks, Memorials, and Monuments are the foundation for the local recreation economies. Amid the splendid scenery of the Black Hills National Forest are 11 reservoirs, 30 campgrounds, 26 picnic areas, 2 scenic byways, 1,300 miles of streams, 13,000 acres of wilderness, 353 miles of trails, and much more.A herd of 1,300 bison roams freely throughout Custer State Park, often stopping traffic along the 18-mile Wildlife Loop Road. Besides bison, the park is home to wildlife such as pronghorn antelope, mountain goats, bighorn sheep, deer, elk, wild turkeys, and a band of friendly burros.Wildlife & Fishing:Wildlife viewing and hunting both on and around the property serve as another attraction of Bull Flats Ranch. The area is home to elk and white-tailed deer, turkey as well as mountain lion and a variety of common birds and smaller animals. White-tailed deer are plentiful on the property throughout the year and elk typically move onto the ranch in the fall and winter.During the summer season, trout fishing is perhaps one of the most popular recreational activities in Custer State Park. The park offers four mountainous lakes worth exploring in this regard. Center Lake, Legion Lake, Stockade Lake, and Sylvan Lake comprise about 182 acres of crystal blue water and offer habitat for several species of fish.Mineral Rights:Any mineral rights appurtenant to the property owned by the sellers will transfer with the real estate. Seller makes no representations or warranty about the actual mineral interests held by the seller. All prospective Buyers will be responsible to have an independent mineral right search performed to determine the extent of mineral ownership.Taxes:The 2019 real estate taxes payable in 2020 are $1122.66 annually.Fences & Boundaries:The perimeter of the property is fenced. The seller is making known to all potential purchasers that there may be variations between the deeded property lines and the location of the existing fence boundary lines on the subject property. Seller makes no warranties about location of the fence lines in relationship to the deeded property lines, nor does the seller make any warranties or representations about specific acreage within the fenced property lines. Seller is selling the property in an "as is" condition which includes the location of the fences as they exist. Boundaries shown on accompanying maps are approximate based on the legal description and may not indicate a survey. Maps are not to scale and are for visual aid only. Their accuracy is not guaranteed.Broker Comments:Bull Flats Ranch stands out as a very compelling property, offering an idyllic setting, outstanding wildlife viewing and hunting and a remarkably private location, yet one that is easily accessed. It is rare to find such a property equally suitable for a private retreat or an outstanding investment/development.
$695,000  •  157.47 acres
Owned by the same family for four generations, Upper Antelope Creek Ranch consists of 157± deeded acres located in central Idaho’s Antelope Creek Valley approximately 35 miles southwest of Mackay, 90 miles east of the resort community of Ketchum/Sun Valley, and 95 miles northwest of the regional commercial center of Idaho Falls. The Antelope Valley is a secluded, sparsely populated area of immense natural beauty flanked by the 11,000-foot peaks of the Pioneer and White Knob mountain ranges. Primary access to the property is via a seasonal county road that crosses the property and links to US Highway 93 and the Lost River Valley, approximately 20 miles northeast of the ranch. The Antelope Valley is also accessed by air using a 3,450-foot public runway that is located four miles to the east. Antelope Creek meanders for over three-quarters of a mile through the property year-round and is home to a healthy population of wild rainbow and brook trout. Leadbelt Creek is a small, spring-fed stream that also flows onto the property and supports a maze of willows, wetlands, and beaver ponds. The Salmon-Challis National Forest borders the property on two sides and provides miles of hiking, horseback riding, big game hunting, ATV riding, and other backcountry recreation. Wildlife in the area is varied and abundant and features elk, mule deer, mountain goat, moose, antelope, and upland game birds. The ranch is undeveloped and offers excellent off-grid building sides with wonderful views of the surrounding mountains and foothills.
$778,000  •  133 acres
Under Contract
The Deer Valley Ranch in Custer County, South Dakota has 133 plus-minus deeded acres and would make an excellent building site with plenty of privacy and room for your horses or other animals. It is just 25 miles from Rapid City, the gateway to the Black Hills. The ranch has outstanding views into Custer State Park to the west. The Custer State Park Game Lodge is only 8 miles away by vehicle and the park airport is only 4 1/2 miles away. The property is both secluded and easily accessible year around via a graveled county road. About fifty percent of the ranch is comprised of gently rolling pastures and meadows, with the remainder in Black Hills spruce, ponderosa pine, birch, aspen, and oak--excellent habitat for the large elk, deer and wild turkey that abound here. A pond provides necessary water for livestock and big game. This ranch has not been overgrazed and has been well managed. Elevations range from 3550 feet on the bottom to 3850 feet at the top of the ridge. The Deer Valley Ranch presents the discerning buyer with distinct opportunities in one of the most sought-after areas in the region. Location: The Deer Valley Ranch is located South and West of Hermosa, South Dakota. Go south of Hermosa, South Dakota for 7 miles on Highway 79, then turn west on Cobb Road for 2.5 miles. The ranch is on the south side of the road. Locale: Custer State Park is famous for its bison herds, other wildlife, scenic drives, historic sites, visitor centers, fishing lakes, resorts, campgrounds and interpretive programs. In fact, it was named as one of the World's Top Ten Wildlife Destinations for the array of wildlife within the park's borders and for the unbelievable access visitors have to them. One of the nation's largest state parks, just 15 miles from the city of Custer, South Dakota's premier State Park comprises 71,000 acres. Custer State Park has been home to diverse cultural heritages for thousands of years and has provided an array of scenic beauty and outdoor recreation for visitors since the early 1900s. Recreation: The Deer Valley Ranch offers endless recreational possibilities for the outdoor enthusiast, both on the property and in nearby Custer Sate Park. Hiking, horseback riding, mountain biking, and fishing in the summer combine with snowmobiling and cross-country skiing in the winter to create the perfect year-round retreat. Wildlife:The ranch consists of several environments which support a very diverse collection of wildlife. The riparian corridor offers habitat for mule deer, elk, antelope, mountain lion and numerous other birds and smaller mammals. Mule deer and pronghorn antelope browse the creek bottoms and forage the native grasses. Mineral Rights:All mineral rights appurtenant to the property owned by the seller will transfer with the real estate. Sellers make no representation regarding what mineral rights they presently own. Fences & Boundaries: The seller is making known to all potential purchasers that there may be variations between the deeded property lines and the location of the existing fence boundary lines on the subject property. Seller makes no warranties about location of the fence lines in relationship to the deeded property lines, nor does the seller make any warranties or representations about specific acreage within the fenced property lines. Seller is selling the property in an "as is" condition which includes the location of the fences as they exist. Boundaries shown on accompanying maps are approximate based on the legal description and may not indicate a survey. Maps are not to scale and are for visual aid only. Their accuracy is not guaranteed.
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$1,520,000  •  121 acres
$1,900,000
This 121± acre mountain retreat is situated in a magnificent alpine setting surrounded by national forest lands 20 miles northeast of the small farming and ranching community of Mackay. The ranch is located between Sun Valley, Idaho and Jackson Hole, Wyoming, within easy reach of either community. Idaho Falls and its commercial airport lie less than two hours southeast of the property, while Salt Lake City is four hours to the south. Access to the property is from scenic Pass Creek Road, a seasonal gravel mountain road that links Mackay and the Big Lost Valley with the Little Lost Valley to the east. Originating in the 11,000-foot peaks of the Lost River Range, year-round Wet Creek meanders through the property for over a mile providing refuge for wild trout, including native bull trout, and other wildlife that take advantage of the stream’s lush bottomlands and riparian corridor. Wet Creek continues past the ranch on its way to the Little Lost River 15 miles downstream offering small stream trout fishing along its length and in its many associated beaver ponds. Hilts Creek is a small tributary that flows through a stand of Douglas fir on its way to joining Wet Creek just below the owner’s cabin. Representing remarkable vision and skilled craftsmanship, the two-story, cabin-style log home on Wet Creek Ranch is unparalleled among Idaho backcountry properties in terms of quality, comfort, and design. The home is perched above Wet Creek in a secluded setting toward the west end the ranch and offers amazing views of the surrounding peaks. It consists of 2,500± square feet of living area along with extensive decks and porches (the largest of which is screened and covered) and features three bedrooms, three full bathrooms, abundant living space, a large kitchen with Peruvian granite countertops, bar area, mud room with washer/dryer, and a large custom stone fireplace. An easy-to-operate, solar-powered electrical system with back-up generator provides reliable power, while a satellite internet system ensures ease of communication. Furnishings are included in the offering. The Salmon-Challis National Forest encompasses the property and provides miles of hiking, horseback riding, big game hunting, ATV riding, and other backcountry recreation activities. Wildlife in this part of central Idaho is varied and abundant and includes elk, mule deer, mountain goat, moose, antelope, black bear, mountain lion, raptors, and upland game birds. The Big Lost River near Mackay is only a short drive from the ranch and is a regional destination for those seeking blue ribbon trout fishing. The Facts ~ 121± acre retreat surrounded by the Salmon-Challis National Forest ~ Jaw-dropping views of the peaks of the Lost River and Lemhi Mountain Ranges ~ One of just a few private inholdings within the entire 80-mile length of the Lost River Range (Idaho's highest mountains) ~ Beautiful, furnished, three-bedroom log home with high-end finishes and reliable off-the-grid power and communications systems ~ Over a mile of Wet Creek plus Hilts Creek ~ Elevation is approximately 7,500 feet ~ Spectacular sunrises and sunsets ~ Miles of hiking and trail riding right from the property plus big game hunting and wildlife viewing ~ Abundant trout fishing opportunities in the area ~ Located in Idaho hunt unit 51 and the Lemhi elk zone ~ Annual property taxes are $2,140 ~ 75 miles from Ketchum/Sun Valley and 100 miles from Idaho Falls
$1,749,000  •  82 acres
Colorado Mountain Luxury Retreat Property for Sale Southern Colorado Mountain Recreation Getaway, Sustainable Property for Sale The Wetmore Pinnacle is a gorgeous custom-built luxury home on 82 acres in one of the most scenic regions in all of Colorado. Built with the goal of sustainability and efficiency, the property is remote and secluded, with incredible privacy and beautiful views. While many mountain homes are built with heavy logs and massive rock fireplaces, this home has a much finer aesthetic—call it “mountain contemporary”. With a total of 6,478 square of living space, the home has 4 bedrooms, 3.5 baths, the upstairs has an expansive custom kitchen with high-end appliances, wood stove with black granite fireplace, and aspen paneling on all the upstairs ceilings. The master suite is very spacious, with a huge walk-in closet and the windows from the master bath overlook a mountain forest. Instead of a heavy drywall texture, the walls are the smoothest finish that master drywallers can accomplish. The overall look and feel of the home is a sense of understated high quality and luxury. The quality of construction is reminiscent of high-end Aspen or Telluride mountain homes. Seclusion and privacy in this mountain luxury home, yet easy access to town and services The Wetmore Pinnacle is a very secluded and private property, tucked away from view on the back side of a Colorado mountain. The home is accessed by a graded road that winds up through an aspen and spruce forest to the home, which is situated on a knoll overlooking a grassy meadow and miles of mountain forests. Access is easy via paved year-round Highway 165, which actually sees little traffic. The town of Westcliffe is 24 minutes away and Rye is 35 minutes. Wetmore, another small town, is only 18 minutes to the north. Pueblo is less than an hour to the east and Canon City is 45 minutes to the north. Pueblo and Colorado Springs have large airports and offer easy connections.   Sustainable setting in this luxury Colorado prepper property The Wetmore Pinnacle was built with sustainability in mind. Water is provided by a strong domestic well. The well is 400 feet deep, with a column of 300 feet of water. There is plenty of timber to harvest firewood on the property, and heat is provided by an outdoor woodstove that pumps heat into the radiant heat loops installed in the flooring of the house. Throw a few logs in the heater, and the house is warm for a full 24-hour period. The builder installed a 1,000-gallon cistern to store grey water from showers and laundry to irrigate the trees and landscaping around the house. Electrical power is provided by the grid, but there’s also a concrete pad to set up a generator, and solar could be easily installed. Cell service is EXCELLENT, with a 4G Verizon tower in close proximity to the home. Internet is available either through satellite dish or the cellular tower. This property is well suited for a “bug-out” retreat scenario, as it needs very little help from the outside world. The downstairs has some special features that the security-minded person will appreciate. Shop building and horse stall on Colorado mountain recreation property The Wetmore Pinnacle has an excellent set of improvements, with a well-built 30x64 shop building with a loft to store tools and big-boy toys. Additionally, there is a 24x36 horse stall building that could easily be converted to a guest casita or manager’s home. Colorado mountain recreation ranch for sale, hunting property for sale This 82-acre property has a pleasing variety of terrain, ranging from a tiny creek on the east side of the property to a mountain forest of Douglas fir, sub-alpine fir, blue spruce, aspen, and ponderosa; to a grassy mountain meadow sprinkled with aspen trees. Hunting in the area is excellent, and elk, deer, bear, and grouse are routinely spotted on the property. The neighboring ranch to the south and west is known for excellent trophy big game hunting. Snowmobiling, skiing, fishing, hiking, horseback riding, mountain biking, and all the great recreation that Colorado has to offer are all within close proximity to this ranch. For more properties like this one, head to United Country Real Estate! Listing ID: 05022-16040
$845,000  •  80 acres
Under Contract
Horse Ranch & Retreat80-acres of irrigated and lush green ground including water rights. This unique property comes with two homes, water rights out of the half section ditch, and incredible horse facilities including a nearly completed indoor riding arena 55 x 140' with kickboards, and a new 16 x 30 horse shelter, outdoor arena, obstacle course, and round pen. In the beautiful main house, you will find three bedrooms, two baths, and a huge kitchen. The main house is 1800 square feet and the attached guest house is another 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. The guest house has been used as a short-term rental on Airbnb and comes fully equipped with a second full kitchen, laundry. Endless views of the beautiful Sangre de Cristo Mountains and is just 9 miles from the town of Westcliffe, Colorado.
$5,500,000  •  71.63 acres
As its name indicates, Five Star Ranch near Westcliffe, Colorado is exceptional in every regard. Carefully designed to blend perfectly with its environment, Five Star Ranch is a landmark property that echoes many of the West’s great resorts. From its idyllic mountain views to its hundreds of acres of mature pine forest and to its magnificent award-winning home, Five Star Ranch creates a class of its own. This exquisite timber frame residence is built with “Free of Heart” timbers all connected by “Mortise and Tenon”, which is oak dowels, no nails, screws or bolts. First, Five Star Ranch’s property is exceptional. Including 71.6± deeded acres and 490± acres of leased State Land, the ranch is situated at about 8000 feet in southern Colorado’s Wet Mountain Valley, considered by many to be one of Colorado’s most scenic undiscovered locations. The 500+ acres controlled by the ranch is a mix of grassy meadows, rugged rock outcroppings and a mature forest estimated to contain 30,000 ponderosa pines. This large tract of undisturbed habitat is ideal for wildlife, and herds of mule and elk are frequently seen on the property. Birds and small game are also abundant, making Five Star Ranch a quiet sanctuary for both humans and animals. The Ranch is a private nature and wildlife conservancy. Second, Five Star Ranch’s setting is exceptional. The views of the great Sangre de Cristo Range to the west dominate the property, offering ever-changing dramas of shadow and sunlight on peaks that soar above 14,000 feet. Surrounded by other large ranch properties, Five Star Ranch feels extremely private, yet is adjacent to State Highway 69, the main paved artery of the Wet Mountain Valley. To the north, Highway 69 gives easy access to the Arkansas River valley and ultimately the cultural mecca of Colorado Springs, only 90 minutes away. To the south, only five minutes away on Highway 69, lies Westcliffe, the Custer County seat. A community of 4000 residents, Westcliffe retains a small-town feel but has many amenities close at hand. Its art community, historic buildings, shops, and restaurants are worth exploring year-round. Several churches and a medical center add to Westcliffe’s vibrancy as the hub of the Wet Mountain Valley. Third, Five Star Ranch is exceptional in the variety of recreational activities available within a short drive. Elk and deer hunting are possible on the ranch itself and the nearby San Isabel National Forest. Trout fishing and boating are only minutes away at Deweese Reservoir and Grape Creek. Only a bit further, over 100 miles of Gold Medal Water is available on the Arkansas River, beloved by fly fishermen worldwide. Hiking, horseback riding, OHV riding, and jeeping are excellent on the nearby National Forest land in the summers, as are snowmobiling, ski touring and snowshoeing in the winter. Finally, and perhaps most notably, Five Star Ranch is exceptional in the artistry and architecture of its award-winning lodge-like ranch house. Featured as Timber Home Living’s “Home of the Year” in 2009., this custom-designed timber frame home is 10,292 square feet of unmatched mountain luxury. Its lodge-like feel begins with its unique 42-foot arched canopy marking its main entrance. This entrance leads to a vast great room with 22-foot high ceilings with a walk-around natural stone fireplace, large dining area, and open kitchen. The kitchen at 370± sq. ft. and will be the envy of any chef. Designed by Smallbone of Devizes out of London. The full-grain maple and birch burr cabinets by Irpinia, out of Toronto, Canada, accompanied with beautiful granite countertops. Equipped with high-end appliances, such as Thermador, Miele, Wolf, Viking, Pisher-Pakel, and Bosch, giving a true gourmet kitchen experience. Overall this space spreads a vaulted, open beam ceiling that completes the blend of rustic/modern styling that captures the best of the surrounding environment. In-floor heating throughout keeps the main house very comfortable twelve months of the year. A master suite is accessed off the great room, which includes its own fireplace. Completing the main level is a five-car garage. Upstairs via an open spiral staircase lies a reading room and a unique observation room that creates a space that captures 360 degrees of mountain views. The lower level of the main house is 4130 square feet, fully finished, and has a private office, gym, and full bathroom. The main home is exceptional enough in its own right, but Five Star Ranch includes even more amenities, including an attached 3,276± square-foot guest house with four bedrooms and three baths, and a two-car garage. A short hike into the woods leads to a refurbished rustic cabin, perfect for stargazing. Two large metal shops with overhead garage doors complete the improvements at Five Star Ranch and allow plenty of workspace for vehicles and other equipment. Five Star Ranch is an exceptional property on all fronts. Written descriptions and photographs alone only give a taste of all this property has to offer. Contact us at M4 Ranch Group and we can arrange for a “five star tour” that will allow you to experience this landmark property for yourself.
$479,500  •  36.2 acres
Eagle Overhead RanchNO HOA/COVENANTSConsisting of 36.2 acres, fenced and crossed fenced. The cozy ranch home has 3 bedrooms and 2 full baths with a 2 car attached garage. The home has had many updates throughout. The kitchen has granite countertops and tongue & groove walls along with new wood flooring. Both bathrooms have also been beautifully updated. The master bathroom has been customized with a tiled shower, sculptured shower doors, and beautiful vanity. Outside there is a huge 40x60 workshop with a 12 ft bay door, pole barn, corrals, pasture, and a small seasonal creek. You are able to watch your horses in the corral right out your big picture window! Plenty of places to ride and hike!There is a seasonal spring-fed pond. A domestic water well, Aspen and ponderosa trees, beautiful rock outcroppings, and mountain views. The access is definitely year-round and a short 10-minute drive to the quiet historic towns of Westcliffe and Silver Cliff.There is an easement through the front of the property for the neighbors down below.Colorado Springs is 1.5 hoursDenver is 2.5 hoursMonarch Ski Area - 1.5 hoursLake DeWeese Resovour - 30 minutes - Great fishing Arkansas River - 35 minutes - World Class Fly Fishing50+ high-country lakes along the Sangre de Cristo mountain rangeCall today for your showing as this great deal will not last long.
$379,000  •  36.01 acres
Red Beard RanchNO HOA3 bedroom, 2 bathrooms, 1976 SF home with detached garage/shop/music room and two additional storage sheds on 36+ acres of beautiful Colorado land! Here is a cool little get-away for you to enjoy year-round! The home is tucked next to the fragrant pinon trees for ultimate privacyThis property is located in Custer County, approximately 20 minutes from the towns of Silver Cliff and Westcliffe and about 45 minutes from Canon City. This property won't last, so give me a call for your tour ASAP.More photos coming soon!
$55,000  •  35.06 acres
Wellen LandThe view is stunning and the property drops away in front as to afford privacy without blocking the wildlife watching and big views. This Centennial Ranch lot has it all. Miles and Miles of country roads are available for horseback or ATV riding fun and relaxation. The entire range has 52 high-country lakes with great fishing and miles of trails. The possibilities are endless but there is one thing for sure, you will not want to miss this deal.
$110,000  •  1.55 acres
Shadow Ridge Lot 1 If you are looking to relocate your business or start a new business, this is a nice place to begin. You may live and run your business in the same location within Shadow Ridge. You will not find more beautiful views anywhere! Lot 1 is 1.55 acres that is within minutes of the town of Westcliffe and close access to the road that leads to Lake DeWeese Reservoir. I have included a photo of Lake DeWeese and Downtown Westcliffe. The property location offers outstanding access to hiking, boating, fishing, hunting, ATVing, horseback riding, and in-town activities such as the movie theater, bowling, restaurants, grocery, 4H, art galleries, dark skies, and music concerts. Additionally, Lots 3 & 4 are adjacent to this one and are available also. Buy one or All! Please review the map in the photos for the location of the properties within the Shadow Ridge community. Each lot adjoins "open space" within Shadow Ridge and underground power is in the road. Roads are paved and maintained by the Town of Westcliffe.
$67,900  •  1.44 acres
Shadow Ridge Lots 3 & 4Lot 1 Also for sale or buy ALL 3 lots for $160,000.Live here and work here:If you are looking to relocate your business or start a new business, this is a nice place to begin. You may live and run your business in the same location within Shadow Ridge You will not find more beautiful views anywhere! Each lot adjoins "open space" within Shadow Ridge and underground power is in the road. Roads are paved and maintained by the Town of Westcliffe. Please review the map in the photos for the location of the properties within the Shadow Ridge community.This property is moments from downtown Westcliffe and nice access to the road that leads to Lake DeWeese Reservoir. I have included a photo of Lake DeWeese and Downtown Westcliffe. Light Industrial Zoning for Lot's 3 & 4Residences will be allowed on commercial lots as long as they are a maximum of 2000 square feet and are integrated with the commercial building.Allowed uses:(.11} Public parks, (.12) Automobile service stations, (.21) Radio broadcasting stations, (.26) Retail establishments entirely enclosed within a structure, (.27) Personal service establishments entirely enclosed within a structure, (.28) Banks and financing associations, (.29) General offices, (.30) Public buildings, (.31) Hotels, (.32) Motels, (.33) Eating and drinking places, (.34) Drive-in eating and drinking places, (.35) Theaters and auditoriums, (.36) Parking lots, (.38) Rental of goods with a weight of no more than 200 pounds, (.39) Repair garages, (.43) Public utility stations, (.44) Bowling alleys, (.45) Trucking and storage operations, (.46) Maintenance shops, (.47) Equipment rental establishments, (.48) Wholesale and distribution, (.49) Manufacturing.
$37,900  •  0.8 acres
Shadow Ridge Lot 3NO HOALive here and work here:If you are looking to relocate your business or start a new business, this is a nice place to begin. You may live and run your business in the same location within Shadow Ridge You will not find more beautiful views anywhere! Lot 3 is 0.80 acres that is within minutes of the town of Westcliffe and close access to the road that leads to Lake DeWeese Reservoir. I have included a photo of Lake DeWeese and Downtown Westcliffe. The property location offers outstanding access to hiking, boating, fishing, hunting, ATVing, horseback riding, and in-town activities such as the movie theater, bowling, restaurants, grocery, 4H, art galleries, dark skies, and music concerts. Additionally, Lot 4 is adjacent to this one and is available also. Buy one or both! Please review the map in the photos for the location of the properties within the Shadow Ridge community.Each lot adjoins "open space" within Shadow Ridge and underground power is in the road. Roads are paved and maintained by the Town of Westcliffe. Light Industrial Zoning for Lot's 3 & 4Residences will be allowed on commercial lots as long as they are a maximum of 2000 square feet and are integrated with the commercial building.Allowed uses:(.11} Public parks, (.12) Automobile service stations, (.21) Radio broadcasting stations, (.26) Retail establishments entirely enclosed within a structure, (.27) Personal service establishments entirely enclosed within a structure, (.28) Banks and financing associations, (.29) General offices, (.30) Public buildings, (.31) Hotels, (.32) Motels, (.33) Eating and drinking places, (.34) Drive-in eating and drinking places, (.35) Theaters and auditoriums, (.36) Parking lots, (.38) Rental of goods with a weight of no more than 200 pounds, (.39) Repair garages, (.43) Public utility stations, (.44) Bowling alleys, (.45) Trucking and storage operations, (.46) Maintenance shops, (.47) Equipment rental establishments, (.48) Wholesale and distribution, (.49) Manufacturing.