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$17,000,000  •  7,373 acres
Encompassing an entire mesa overlooking the stunning Black Canyon of the Gunnison River, this 7,373± acre ranch features outstanding trout fishing, deer hunting, equestrian, agriculture, scenic views, and quality owner and guest lodging.
$7,600,000  •  1,990 acres
Nestled in southwest Colorado's Delta County just south of Grand Junction and north of Montrose-both of which provide convenient air access, great dining, shopping and world-class winter sports-and minutes from popular Western big game hunting destinations sits Antelope Hill. The conveniently located property is 10 miles outside Delta and only minutes from the Gunnison River with some of the best trout fishing around. This rare find spans +/- 1,990 acres with over 200 acres sitting on the mesa, 170 of which are irrigatable-boasting incredible waterrights-and home to a working orchard packed with fruit trees all gearing up for the 2020 summer crop. The property currently features 114 acres of fruit trees, including: 70 acres of peaches, 40 acres of cherries, 4 acres of plout (a plum/apricot hybrid) and 2 acres of apples. Well-established and active since 1950, the family-owned and -operated business provides an excellent cash flow and beautiful views, serving the community and nearby states for 70 years. The fruit farm is touted as producing the world's best sweet cherries, thanks to the mountainclimate that that is dry and warm during the day and cool at night-ideal for producing perfectly-ripened fruit. Dark red juicy Bing and plump golden Rainier cherries burst with intense flavor that is tough to get anywhere else. Look for the brand TOM TOM-an original cherry crate label-in supermarkets throughout Colorado and neighboring states. Inventory is staged to provide up-and-coming producers.This is a great opportunity to own a legacy orchard with onsite packing and production facilities. Five houses on the grounds include three workers' cabins situated near the onsite packing plant. This jewel is way more than just a cash-producing orchard. With panoramic views second to none, one can marvel at the vistas of the Grand Mesa, the Uncompagre Plateau and the West Elks of Paonia all from the mesa. Keeping this in mind, the buyer may decide that the highest and best use of the property is to maintain the orchard and develop the view lots all the way around its perimeter. Every building site would have its own unique, incredible view. At approximately 5,500 feet in elevation, the property backs up to the shores of the Harts Basin reservoir, which holds water year-round and can be your personal hotspot for outdoor adventures, sitting on nearly 500 acres of federal land. Located in Game Management Unit (GMU) 52, the ranch qualifies for landowner vouchers through which you could get mule deer tags every year. Between Harts Basin and the privately-held spring-fed ponds, there also is outstanding duck and goose hunting available. Nearly 2 miles of current creek runs year-round across the southeast side of the property.In the current COVID-19 environment, we are already seeing activity from buyers wanting to relocate to Western Colorado, making this the perfect time to develop large lots with outstanding views. There has never been a better place for social distancing.
$9,950,000  •  1,778 acres
With 1778+/- deeded acres, the Hawkins Ranch represents a rare opportunity for ownership/stewardship of a well-established livestock operation(400 AUM), coupled with excellent big game hunting. Comprised of two ranch parcels as follows: The upper George Creek parcel with 1041+/- acres, of which 190+/- acres are irrigated in both hay and pasture. Hay production on approximately 100+/- acres averages 3 tons per acre. Includes a beautiful 2618+/- sq.ft. ranch style home (new in 2003) with a walkout basement, views, and end of the road privacy. Nice mix of cedar, pinon pine with irrigated mountain meadows, plus one year round trout creek (Dirty George Creek) and one seasonal creek (Sand Creek) traverse the ranch. A true gem situated at the base of the beautiful Grand Mesa and just a short drive northwest of Cedaredge. The lower Peach Valley parcel with 737+/- acres, of which 156+/- acres are irrigated and in both hay and pasture. Includes working pens, corrals, small feed lot, and one pivot, production averages 4 ton per acres for alfalfa and 3 ton per acre for grass based on 3 cuttings per year. It’s a short 30-minute drive between the two ranch parcels.
$4,455,000  •  1,768 acres
Working cattle ranch north of Hotchkiss.1,768 acres with around 300 acres irrigated. In addition the ranch has 835 acres of adjoining BLM grazing lands. Paved access, good pipe shipping corrals, several pastures for rotation and good year around stock water. Over a mile of Leroux Creek, and old decreed water rights. Good hunting, lots of tree cover and 2 miles BLM boundary. 649 acre mountain parcel at 8,000ft adds another dimension to the ranch may be purchased separately. Houses, corrals and horse arena.
$2,863,345  •  1,511 acres
Overview: A wildlife sanctuary awaits at Delta Ranch! The ranch has excellent proximity to DFW, being located approximately 89 miles northeast of Dallas in Delta County. The ranch boasts over ~3 miles of South Sulphur River frontage. Delta Ranch has been managed extensively for whitetail deer since 2004 and is currently under the state's Managed Land Deer Program (MLDP). The ranch has two access points off the Texas SH 154/SH 19 frontage, as well as a deeded easement that enters via the northeast corner of the property from County Road 1187 (see map for location). The mostly bottomland hardwood ranch makes it an exceptional hunting & recreational option for the avid outdoorsman. The mature whitetail bucks on the ranch typically score in the range of 140-150 B&C. There is also an impressive trail system, totaling approximately 16.28 miles, throughout that makes the entire ranch accessible via UTV's, even during the wettest conditions. With the South Sulphur River frontage and three creeks (Brushy Creek, Greenbrier Branch and McGuyer Branch) flowing through the ranch, Cooper Lake being less than ~3 miles from the western boundary of the ranch and a known magnet for waterfowl enthusiasts, there are endless possibilities to create a waterfowl haven for wintering waterfowl. Location: Located due East of Cooper, TX, off Texas SH 154/SH 19, just below Cooper Lake dam. Wildlife & Hunting: The ranch measures ~3.2 miles from the west boundary to the east boundary offering numerous hunting opportunities on this low fence fair chase ranch. Food plots have been well thought out and placed throughout the ranch. Each setting is unique and well-spaced for hunters that desire different settings throughout the hunting season. While there are no managed wetlands on the property today it is believed that those opportunities exist for future development. Multiple creek systems and drainages traverse the ranch from west to east through the relatively flat bottom land that is covered in hardwood timber. The area is a prime location for waterfowl ready for the next owner to make this a multifaceted recreational ranch. Deer Stands & Feeders: The deer stands, corn & protein feeders may convey with the sale of the ranch. Managed Land Deer Program (MLDP): Delta Ranch is enrolled in the Conservation Option under the state's MLDP. A big benefit from being enrolled under the MLDP is that the deer season is extended by approximately two months (typically the deer season is from the beginning of October through the end of February when enrolled under the MLDP). In the 2020-2021 whitetail deer season, Delta Ranch was given 17 deer tags, with 5 tags being allocated to buck and 12 being allocated to anterless. More information on the MLDP can be found on the state's website. Barndominium: The barndominium is approximately 900/sq. ft and sits perched on the northern most part of the property on a hilltop surrounded by majestic hardwoods. There is approximately 600/sq. ft for the hunter's camp complete with a kitchen, bathroom and loft, as well as an additional 300/sq. ft of insulated barn space. The rustic, yet functional, barndominium comfortably sleeps three people providing a place to stay while planning a more permanent structure. City water, power and septic are in place. Barn/Shed: The covered barn is approximately 450/sq. ft and is open air. A perfect place to store various ranch equipment. Terrain/Topography: The ranch in general is relatively flat throughout the ranch except for the home location that rises 30-40' above the bottomland floor. Elevations vary approximately 20-25' across the remainder of the ranch. Prior to the current owner owning the property an elevated levee system was constructed along the banks of the Sulphur River frontage. The levee offers a great roadway to traverse west to east during wet times of the year. Taxes: Delta Ranch is wildlife exempt. Per Delta County Appraisal District, the approximate taxes were $2,722.41 for 2020. Minerals: Seller owned minerals are negotiable. Directions: From I-635 in Dallas, head east on I-30 for approximately 45 miles to take Exit 101 towards TX-24. Head north on TX-24 for approximately 25 miles to turn right onto TX-154. Head east on TX-154 for approximately 2.5 miles to arrive at the ranch entrance off TX-154. From Sulphur Springs, head north on TX-154 for approximately 15 miles to ranch entrance on the right. Broker Commission Disclosure:Buyer's Agent/ Broker must be identified upon first contact with Listing Broker/ Listing Agent and Buyer's Agent/ Broker must be present at the initial property tour in order to participate in the real estate commission. Commission splits will be at the sole discretion of Hortenstine Ranch Company, LLC. Contact: Cash McWhorter, Broker - 469-222-4076 Chance Turner, Agent - 972-765-7326
$7,000,000  •  1,400 acres
The renowned 7X Ranch may be the most historic ranch in western Colorado. Established in the late 1800's this working ranch was known as the “Cattle Barons Castle”. The stone mansion has become a landmark with its gracious setting and manicured lawns. Complementing buildings are a stone “Carriage House”, classic 3 level barn, and homestead log cabin. 1,400 acres total including 500 irrigated acres. Several miles of public lands boundary, and included is control of adjoining 2,680 acre BLM grazing lease. Good big game hunting land, ponds, springs, wells and only a 20 minute drive to town. Cattle barns, sheds, corrals and feed pens. Good climate at 6,700ft elevation. One mile of fishing on Leroux Creek.
$1,150,000  •  518 acres
Beautiful and private high desert landscape on this 518+/- deeded acres that adjoins a huge amount of very private BLM lands. Includes domestic well and year-round access. Excellent big game hunting Unit 40. Enjoy hiking, biking, trail rides, wildlife and more. Come pick your off-grid cabin/home site.
$1,000,000  •  397 acres
The Warren Hunting Ranch is located on the edge of the Grand Mesa, which offers some of the state's best hunting and recreational opportunities. This 397 acre parcel borders BLM and National Forest on the North end, allowing for unlimited access for hunting, hiking, atv and snowmobiling enjoyment. Hunting on and near the ranch is exceptional with a record book black bear taken on the property in 2018 and a B&C mule deer taken on the Grand Mesa above the property in 2015. Elk and Moose are also often on the property around the Sooner Ditch and the natural spring. Colorado GMU 52 offers over the counter elk licenses and qualifies for the landowner program to allow deer hunting every year or two.This end of the road property offers the exquisite outdoor experiences expected from being at the end of the road and bordering large tracts of public land, but the newly built gravel road gives easy gated access to the property. The ranch is in three parcels which would allow for acquisition of additional water from the spring, and also more flexibility in terms of future development and use. Owner Finance available with suggested terms of 20% down, 5% fixed rate 15 year term and a 2% fee for early payoff within 5 years.
$875,000  •  282 acres
282 acres close to Crawford! 57 acres irrigated with gated pipe, year around creek and 3 ponds. Great views of Needlerock and surrounding mountains. Crawford domestic water tap and 2 wells. 60x75 Olympia steel building with 3 14x14 overhead doors and 1 12x12 overhead door. 60% concreted floor, mezzanine studio apartment, 200 amp electric service, septic. R.V. hookup next to building. Former hay fields are currently fallow. Great place to build a home.
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$759,000  •  72.5 acres
$774,999
You won't find a better place to build your ranch home and have a fine farm with fertile soil and good irrigation water.
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$900,000  •  64 acres
$950,000
Live Water!! 64 Acres - 44 Irrigated acres. Excellent irrigation rights. NO HOA"s NO COVENANTS!
$1,200,000  •  44 acres
Equestrian Ranch with Log Home For Sale in Delta County, CO Situated against the Adobe Badlands at the base of the Grand Mesa in Delta County, Colorado is this 3,300 square foot log home with end of the road privacy. This Colorado log home has 4 bedrooms and 5 bathrooms and was built in 1997. The country property consists of 44 total acres of which 8 acres are irrigated. The property borders BLM on 3 sides and has end-of-the-road privacy and seclusion. Views from the log home are incredible with the unique Adobes and Grand Mesa in the background and the southerly views stretching across the valley floor and view of the Uncompahgre Plateau and San Juan Mountains in the distance. In addition to the home, there is a 30x 48 metal Cleary building with a drive through isle and 4 stalls that can be easily converted to 3 standard size stalls with one large foaling stall. Horses can enjoy grazing on the irrigated pasture where there is a loafing shed. There is a nice round pen and plenty of room for a riding arena. If long horseback rides off your property into thousands of BLM acres is your dream look no further! Colorado Log House on 44 acres with Irrigation Water The log home features D-logs and has 3,300 finished square feet and 720 square feet of unfinished bonus area, awaiting your finishing touches, above the garage! The home features a main floor master suited with a private door to the wraparound covered patio. The master bathroom has his and hers closets, double vanities, a large shower, jetted tub and newly laid tile floors. The home has forced air heat and air conditioning and a nicely shaded cover front porch overlooking the irrigated hayfields and valley floor. The lower level of this log house has a large great room with a two story window wall and wood burning fireplace. The kitchen, dining area and nook/sitting room all look out to the back yard. There is a 3-car garage, laundry room with a full bathroom and separate entrance for those times when you are out in the barn and need to clean up before coming inside. A 2nd bedroom is also on the main level and the upstairs features an open loft overlooking the great room and two bedrooms each with their own full baths. Western Colorado Horse Property with 4-stall Barn Bordering BLM With 44 total acres and 8 currently in irrigation this property is a prime Western Colorado horse property if you are looking for a place to go on long horseback rides without loading your horses in the trailer. The horse property backs up to the Adobe Badlands which consists of thousands of BLM and State Wildlife Study area acres. The property features several outbuildings for covered storage of tools, equipment, hay and trailers. There is a 30'x 48', metal Cleary building with a unique and customizable floor plan. The stalls can be configured for 4 standard size stalls with a drive-thru isle or easily converted to a 3 standard size stall setup with a large foaling stall and storage area. Irrigation water comes in the form of ten (10) shares of North Delta Canal and being on the end of the canal, this property could very easily expand its number of irrigated acres. There is a round pen behind the barn and the seller is including enough steel drill-stem pipe to construct a large 150 x 200 riding arena. Country Home For Sale in Delta, Colorado Delta, CO is located about 40 miles south of Grand Junction. The City of Delta is located at the confluence of the Uncompahgre and Gunnison Rivers. Delta has approximately 9,000 residents and plenty of recreational activities at its doorstep. Delta has K-12 school, many restaurants, a Walmart, grocery stores, and Delta County Memorial Hospital. Delta is the county seat of Delta County and is surrounded by several National Forests, with the Grand Mesa National Forest to the north, the West Elks Wilderness and Gunnison National Forest to the east and the Uncompahgre Plateau and the Uncompahgre National Forest to the west. Activities in the surrounding area include horseback riding, hiking, ATV and UTV riding, fishing and snowmobiling. For the golf enthusiast, Delta has Devils Thumb Golf Course nearby. Delta is a great place to live for the recreational enthusiast and this property is a wonderful place to experience that lifestyle. Abundant wildlife occupies the property and surrounding area including pronghorn, mule deer and numerous other creatures. For more properties like this, go to United Country Real Estate! Listing ID: 05107-10026
$1,099,000  •  36 acres
Western Colorado Equine Property For Sale This 36-acre equine property is located just outside of Orchard City town limits in Delta County, Colorado. A custom home lies at the far end of the gravel drive, flanked on two sides by irrigated hay fields near the property’s entrance. Along the route to the house lies a large blue & white metal building, a pressed steel round pen, a large outdoor riding arena and several spacious horse paddocks—bordered with welded pipe fencing and matching blue & white loafing sheds. The driveway ends at the stucco home which sits on the edge of a mesa, backdropped by the peculiar-looking Adobe Buttes and overlooking the beautiful Tongue Creek Valley to the north. Country home for sale Constructed in 2013, this ranch-style home has 2,208 square feet of climate controlled living space with an additional 1,020 square foot unfinished basement. The 3 bedroom and 2 bathroom home features a spacious and open floor plan with an eat-in kitchen which opens to the living room. The large kitchen features hickory cabinets and wood laminate flooring. The living room, trimmed in alder, features a Mendota propane fireplace framed with a Realstone surround and hearth and 2 large picture windows—providing abundant ambient light and spectacular views of the Tongue Creek Valley and Grand Mesa to the north. A walk-in pantry is located just off of the kitchen and adjacent to a large laundry/mudroom—with ample space for coats and boots. The main-floor master bedroom features a propane fireplace and private entrance to a covered outdoor patio which overlooks the backyard garden. A jack-and-jill bathroom connects the remaining 2 bedrooms. The 2-car garage is has fully finished walls and ceilings with a PolyMax wainscotting and is insulated. The exterior walls of the home are of 2x6 construction with closed-cell foam insulation. The home and barn share a domestic water tap and there is also a drilled well on the property that current servers some outdoor frost free hydrants. A pressure tank for the well is installed in the crawlspace of the home. Equestrian barn with trainer's apartment This Colorado horse property is for the serious equestrian hobbyist or professional horse trainer. The centerpiece of the property is the structural steel framed barn facility. The inside of this building features a dressage sized 70’ x 140’ indoor horseback riding arena. The indoor arena has a 3-rail, welded pipe perimeter fence with a wood-shaving and dirt floor which provides excellent footing. Adjacent to the the arena is a 12’ x 18’ isolation or foaling stall with PolyMax siding and a concrete floor. There is also an entrance through the arena to the 20’ x 24’ heated tack room—which also features a door to the outside. A viewing area to the side of the indoor arena provides a safe place for horse training clinic attendees to stand or sit. The facility also contains a 1-bedroom and 1-bathroom apartment with a full kitchen for a traveling clinician, on-site trainer or ranch manager to quarter in. The bedroom, bathroom and kitchen are heated with cove-based radiant heaters and cooled with a wall mounted A/C unit. There is also an unheated/uncooled multi-use space measuring 10’ 5” x 15’ 10” providing a living room or storage space. This metal building also features a wash bay with hitching post, concrete floors, floor drain and hot & cold water. The entire north side of the building has an overhang measuring 24’ x 140’ for hay storage and there is also a vehicle/equipment bay measuring 40’ 6” x 23’ 5” for truck or trailer parking. Equestrian property with hay and excellent water rights The remaining acreage of this tremendous horse property consists of paddocks, an outdoor riding area, round pen and 15 acres of irrigated hayfields. There is over 5,500 lineal feet of welded pipe fencing surrounding the 6 horse paddocks and arenas. Frost free hydrants and electricity are strategically located at the pen intersections for easy watering, electric heaters and electric fence chargers. Each of the 6 horse pens has its own loafing shed and two of the pens have automatic waterers. The property has a huge 178’ x 256’ outdoor riding arena with an elevated area for easy viewing. The outdoor arena footing consists of soft dirt and some pea gravel. Adjacent to the outdoor riding arena is a 60’ pressed steel-panel, round pen. There are two hayfields on the eastern side of the property totaling approximately 15 acres. Planted in an equine grass mix and alfalfa, the fields have consistently produced 3-4 cuttings per year, providing a self-sustainable year round source of feed for the horses. Excellent water rights and a series of underground pipes and valves makes moving water a very simple and efficient process. Underground piping allows for head water and tail water to be easily diverted to different areas of the property including a nice wooded area, several tree rows, gardens and an irrigation holding pond with water fall. Western Colorado is a great place to live The western slope is considered by many, one of the nicest places to live in the state of Colorado. Situated in a high desert, the western slope has warm summers and mild winters. At approximately 5,300’ in elevation, this horse property is positioned nicely between many wonderful places to trail ride. The Grand Mesa National Forest is located less than 30 minutes to the north, containing over 500 square miles of trails and mountain backcountry to explore. When the snow begins to fly, there are plenty of places to ride near Delta, CO. The Adobe Buttes, Peach Valley—near the Black Canyon of the Gunnison, and Escalante & Dominquez Canyons are all less than 30 minutes away and contain thousands of BLM acres that are ridable virtually every month of the year. Long growing seasons and abundant water put this horse property in a prime locale. Situated in the Surface Creek Valley, this property is about 10 minutes from Delta, CO. Delta, a town of around 10,000 residents, has several grocery stores (including Walmart), a hospital, doctor’s offices and restaurants. Cedaredge, about 10 minutes north, is a nice little town of about 2,000 area residents with a grocery store, lumber yard, doctor’s offices, restaurants and shops. There are also two golf courses in the area, Cedaredge Golf Club and Devil’s Thumb Golf Course, in Delta. Both Cedaredge and Delta have K-12 schools and the Delta County School District has open enrollment. Recreational activities in the surrounding area include big-game hunting--for elk, mule deer & black bear, fishing--fly fishing the Gunnison River or the many high-country mountain lakes on the Grand Mesa, hiking, biking, Nordic skiing, downhill skiing (Powderhorn Resort is about 1 hour away), snowmobiling and of course—horseback riding. For more properties like this, go to United Country Real Estate! Listing ID: 05107-10001
$999,500  •  36 acres
Colorado Mountain Horse Ranch with Home For Sale in Eckert, CO Western Colorado Equine Property This 36-acre equine property is located just outside of Orchard City town limits in Delta County, Colorado. A custom home lies at the far end of the gravel drive, flanked on two sides by irrigated hay fields near the properties entrance. Along the route to the house lies a large blue & white metal building, a pressed steel round pen, a large outdoor riding arena and several spacious horse paddocks bordered with welded pipe fencing and matching blue & white loafing sheds. The driveway ends at the stucco home which sits on the edge of a mesa, back dropped by the peculiar-looking Adobe Buttes and overlooking the beautiful Tongue Creek Valley to the north. Custom Home For Sale Constructed in 2013, this ranch-style home has 2,208 square feet of climate controlled living space with an additional 1,020 square foot unfinished basement. The 3 bedroom and 2 bathroom home features a spacious and open floor plan with an eat-in kitchen which opens to the living room. The large kitchen features hickory cabinets and wood laminate flooring. The living room, trimmed in alder, features a Mendota propane fireplace framed with a Realstone surround and hearth and 2 large picture windows providing abundant ambient light and spectacular views of the Tongue Creek Valley and Grand Mesa to the north. A walk-in pantry is located just off of the kitchen and adjacent to a large laundry/mudroom with ample space for coats and boots. The main-floor master bedroom features a propane fireplace and private entrance to a covered outdoor patio which overlooks the backyard garden. A jack-and-jill bathroom connects the remaining 2 bedrooms. The 2-car garage is has fully finished walls and ceilings with a PolyMax wainscotting and is insulated. The exterior walls of the home are of 2x6 construction with closed-cell foam insulation. The home and barn share a domestic water tap and there is also a drilled well on the property that current servers some outdoor frost free hydrants. A pressure tank for the well is installed in the crawlspace of the home. Equestrian Barn with Trainer's Apartment This Colorado horse property is for the serious equestrian hobbyist or professional horse trainer. The centerpiece of the property is the structural steel framed barn facility. The inside of this building features a dressage sized 70 x 140 indoor horseback riding arena. The indoor arena has a 3-rail, welded pipe perimeter fence with a wood-shaving and dirt floor which provides excellent footing. Adjacent to the the arena is a 12 x 18 isolation or foaling stall with PolyMax siding and a concrete floor. There is also an entrance through the arena to the 20 x 24 heated tack room which also features a door to the outside. A viewing area to the side of the indoor arena provides a safe place for horse training clinic attendees to stand or sit. The facility also contains a 1-bedroom and 1-bathroom apartment with a full kitchen for a traveling clinician, on-site trainer or ranch manager to quarter in. The bedroom, bathroom and kitchen are heated with cove-based radiant heaters and cooled with a wall mounted A/C unit. There is also an unheated/uncooled multi-use space measuring 10 5 x 15 10 providing a living room or storage space. This metal building also features a wash bay with hitching post, concrete floors, floor drain and hot & cold water. The entire north side of the building has an overhang measuring 24 x 140 for hay storage and there is also a vehicle/equipment bay measuring 40 6 x 23 5 for truck or trailer parking. Equine Property with Hay & Excellent Water Rights The remaining acreage of this tremendous horse property consists of paddocks, an outdoor riding area, round pen and 15 acres of irrigated hayfields. There is over 5,500 lineal feet of welded pipe fencing surrounding the 6 horse paddocks and arenas. Frost free hydrants and electricity are strategically located at the pen intersections for easy watering, electric heaters and electric fence chargers. Each of the 6 horse pens has its own loafing shed and two of the pens have automatic waterers. The property has a huge 178 x 256 outdoor riding arena with an elevated area for easy viewing. The outdoor arena footing consists of soft dirt and some pea gravel. Adjacent to the outdoor riding arena is a 60 pressed steel-panel, round pen. There are two hayfields on the eastern side of the property totaling approximately 15 acres. Planted in an equine grass mix and alfalfa, the fields have consistently produced 3-4 cuttings per year, providing a self-sustainable year round source of feed for the horses. Excellent water rights and a series of underground pipes and valves makes moving water a very simple and efficient process. Underground piping allows for head water and tail water to be easily diverted to different areas of the property including a nice wooded area, several tree rows, gardens and an irrigation holding pond with water fall. Western Colorado is a Great Place to Live The western slope is considered by many, one of the nicest places to live in the state of Colorado. Situated in a high desert, the western slope has warm summers and mild winters. At approximately 5,300 in elevation, this horse property is positioned nicely between many wonderful places to trail ride. The Grand Mesa National Forest is located less than 30 minutes to the north, containing over 500 square miles of trails and mountain backcountry to explore. When the snow begins to fly, there are plenty of places to ride near Delta, CO. The Adobe Buttes, Peach Valley near the Black Canyon of the Gunnison, and Escalante & Dominquez Canyons are all less than 30 minutes away and contain thousands of BLM acres that are rideable virtually every month of the year. Long growing seasons and abundant water put this horse property in a prime locale. Situated in the Surface Creek Valley, this property is about 10 minutes from Delta, CO. Delta, a town of around 10,000 residents, has several grocery stores (including Walmart), a hospital, doctors offices and restaurants. Cedaredge, about 10 minutes north, is a nice little town of about 2,000 area residents with a grocery store, lumber yard, doctors offices, restaurants and shops. There are also two golf courses in the area, Cedaredge Golf Club and Devils Thumb Golf Course, in Delta. Both Cedaredge and Delta have K-12 schools and the Delta County School District has open enrollment. Recreational activities in the surrounding area include big-game hunting--for elk, mule deer & black bear, fishing--fly fishing the Gunnison River or the many high-country mountain lakes on the Grand Mesa, hiking, biking, Nordic skiing, downhill skiing (Powderhorn Resort is about 1 hour away), snowmobiling and of course horseback riding. For more properties like this one, head to United Country Real Estate! Listing ID: 05107-10001
$3,000,000  •  21 acres
Paonia Colorado winery with exceptional tasting room and sitting areas. All done in Tuscan style architecture and combined with the setting creates a real memorable experience for patrons. Premium location, beautiful custom home which is unique in every aspect, guest cottage, 2556sf winery building and wine making equipment. Currently includes artist shop and gallery which could be changed to make room for more winery space. Unique quality artisan features through out this property. The parcel is 21 acres with paved access on a mesa overlooking the “American Provence” North Fork Valley. Sales increase each year and there is business growth potential.