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$549,000  •  455.5 acres
Trophy Elk and Mule Deer abound at San Miguel County, Southwest Colorado’s Slickrock Ranch With +/-60,000 additional applicants for big game tags in Colorado for 2021, is it time for you to secure your own incredible game holding land investment?  A documented trophy elk producer with over-the-counter rifle tags and qualifying for a landowner buck tag annually, the +/-455 acres of Slickrock Ranch checks a lot of boxes for todays discriminating land buyer. The ranch is accessed via a paved and...
$2,150,000  •  248.75 acres
Flattop Mountain Ranch, 22 miles south of Telluride, is a 249± acre heavily forested private parcel surrounded entirely by national forest. Situated within the San Juan National Forest, this property features an off-grid cabin nestled in the timber with ample opportunity for recreation and astounding views of both Mt. Wilson (14,252 ft.) and Lizard Head Peak (13,123 ft.). The property offers dark timber and wallows where trophy elk reside. The cabin features propane powered lights, a refrigerator, indoor facilities, a water tank, heating, and a wood stove. Just 1.5 miles off the Scenic Highway 145 and six miles north of Rico, Colorado, this property strikes the perfect balance of accessibility and privacy. Facts: ~ 249± deeded acres ~ Located in GMU 71 – Over the counter second and third season bull elk tags ~ 22 miles from Telluride ~ Six miles from Rico ~ Surrounded by national forest on all sides ~ Four miles from Lizard Head Wilderness Area ~ 15 miles from Dunton Hot Springs ~ Five miles from Trout Lake ~ Excellent views of both Mt. Wilson and Lizard Head Peak ~ Abundant wildlife – elk, mule deer, bear, grouse, porcupines, squirrels, and various others ~ Incredible privacy and seclusion ~ Located in Dolores County, with far less building restrictions to neighboring San Miguel County ~ Off-grid propane-powered cabin ~ Undeveloped natural groundwater spring ~ Opportunity for national forest land exchange ~ Private access through national forest road ~ Minutes from fishing, hunting, mountain biking, hiking, snowmobiling, horseback riding, backpacking, backcountry skiing, snow skiing, and snowshoeing
$199,900  •  248.4 acres
248+ acres bordering public land and covered up with wildlife in Colorado GMU # 711. In addition to the over the counter rifle bull elk tags that are available, this acreage qualifies you to apply for the highly coveted Private Land Owner tags as well.Over 30,000 acres of BLM land can be directly accessed right across the south property line of this acreage. Located at7600' elevation with good year round access on a well maintained county road. This land will always benefit from extremely low taxes (only $65.12 in 2021) thanks to a conservation easement that runs with the land. This is an off grid property with electricity being about 2 miles away. Well and/or cistern, as well as septic, would need to be installed by buyer if building a home. State of Colorado has confirmed this HOA has disbanded and no covenants are being enforced. See associated documents in MLS for confirmation.
$250,000  •  198.65 acres
Coalbed Canyon Ranch consists of almost 198 acres with a State Wildlife Area as the eastern boundary and BLM as the west boundary. Owner carry terms available with 25% down. No Covenants, No HOA and No Conservation Easement.Willow Creek runs seasonally through the valley floor and attracts all kinds of wildlife, including trophy mule deer, huge elk that feed in the neighboring fields, mourning dove, and sage grouse. Located at 6700' elevation, this location is known for it's mild winters and 300+ days of sunshine a year. There are fabulous views of the Abajo Mountains to the west. There is excellent year round access on a county maintained gravel road. Electricity is at the property. Well and septic will be required if buyer decides to build. Annual rangeland taxes are extremely low at only $36.18 a year. If you're up for an adventure, you could walk right across your property line to the west onto the 2 million acres of BLM land and eventually end up at Bears Ears. Walk out your east property line onto the 1,000+ acres of State Wildlife Area if you want a lesser adventure. Property consists of 3 different parcel #'s all in San Juan County Utah with the state line of Colorado as it's eastern boundary.