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$2,500,000  •  840 acres
Aspens Meadows & Ponds Ranch, Hay Camp MesaSan Juan National Forest, Montezuma County, ColoradoThis +/- 840-acre inholding islocated approximately 10 miles back into the San Juan National Forest via a National Forest maintained and accessed road.This off-the-grid hidden hideaway is whatyou've dreamed about your entire life.With 840 fenced acres, 4 spring-fed ponds, stands of aspens, ponderosas and Douglas fir, all wrap and border large native grass meadows on this family homestead that was homesteaded over 100 years ago.National Forest inholdings of this size and location are almost impossible to find today, let alone acquire.Hundreds of elk and deer call this oasis home, both in summer calving season and fall breeding season. The homesteading family shared that oasis during the cattle round-ups whenthe bulls screaming would keep them awake all night in their cabin. While cattle have not been run on the ranch in recent years, it would make for a great agricultural status property (low taxes) as well as a great candidate for conservation easement. Conservation groups across the country value these inholdings like gold, and once tied up, they are gone forever. Aspen Meadows & Ponds is located in the very heart of the 1.8 million acre San Juan National Forest, not far from where the All Time World Record Mule Deer was harvested. This property would make for an incredible hunting retreat.The ranch qualifies for 2 annual Landowner Mule Deer Buck tags with over-the-counter elk (30 day archery and 2 rifle seasons).The water holes hold incredible tree-stand locations and the meadows make for excellent rifle stands. Either archery or rifle, pick your season.The property has extreme water, holding one of the most consistent water sources on the entire mountain, and therefore holds a lot of game.Spring Gobbler season is almost here and of course fall blue grouse, bear, elk and mule deer all abound.Being surrounded on 4 sides by miles and miles of national forest, the options are endless for hiking, camping, horseback riding and four-wheeling, however, if you're looking for neighbors you better look someplace else!!!Improvements are limited to a hand-built rustic cabin.Furnishings are dated but still very sound.Located about halfway between Dolores Colorado and Durango Colorado, (about an hour) commercial air, hospitals, great snow skiing, gold medal fly fishing, Colorado's 2nd largest lake, rivers, Mesa Verde National Park and incredible dining and shopping all but minutes away.Be it a family legacy, dream hunting ranch, conservation easement candidate, corporate retreat, AIRBNB, VRBO or a candidate for subdividing into smaller ranches, the options are just endless. Priced well below recent appraisal.All hunting rights convey for 2019 season. Not sure what you can compare this one to!!!Call/Email Greg Liddle today for more info or a qualified showing.Co Brokers Welcome.
$1,012,000  •  368 acres
Trophy Mule Deer, Elk & Return on InvestmentThe Montezuma and Dolores County areas of Southwest Colorado are world-renowned for trophy class Mule Deer and the 368-acre (+/-) Ryman Canyon Ranch delivers.Record book Rocky Mountain Elk have also been documented.The property is located just outside the farming town of Pleasant View and allows an owner to hunt and recreate on both exceptional private and adjoining public lands.The moderate elevation of 7,000 feet allows year-round accessibility.Immediate surrounding area farms contain some of the most fertile ground in the state.The ranch qualifies for Landowner Preference Mule Deer tags.Colorado Game Management Unit (GMU) 711 is an over-the-counter area for Elk (archery and two rifle seasons).Ryman Canyon directly adjoins the1.8-million-acre San Juan National Forestalong the northeast boundary.From the ranch, the San Juan National Forest is also bound by the Dolores River State Wildlife Area and thousands of acres of BLM lands.Additional recreational amenities include; Mesa Verde National Park, McPhee Reservoir and Recreation Area, Narraguinnep Reservoir and the Canyons of the Ancients.Previous ownership has already incurred the costs in subdividing and extending utilities into a gated 35-acre (+/-) lot development, restricting public access and providing the discerning buyer with a future sell-out strategy.Ryman Canyon Ranch offers a unique combination of big game hunt ability, investment potential and virtually endless recreational amenities.Call or email for additional information or to schedule a qualified showing.Co-brokers welcome.
$2,350,000  •  93.5 acres
Truly stunning acreage sprawling over 93 acres north of Dolores with large stands of aspen, open pasture, and the Dolores River at its edge which backs to National Forest. The views and privacy here are second to none.
$499,000  •  76.6 acres
Located in Montezuma County, Southwestern Colorado, +/- 7 miles from the Utah border, discover the super-hidden water heaven of McClellan Lakes. With no known comparison to this hidden +/- 77-acre paradise, don't wait to call on this one.At the head of Hovenweep Canyon, bordering thousands of acres of BLM all the way to the Utah border, this end-of-the-road paradise is secluded beyond belief.Water rights (40-acre-feet of the Dolores Water Conservancy) is the basis for this incredible multiuse property, serving both the irrigated production fields and the lakes. Two cabins are right on the water, with catfish, bass and bluegills within a short cast. Mule deer and elk feed in the yard year-round, with some of the nation's largest mule deer coming from this immediate area. Over-the-counter elk tags are available and this property is equally good early archery as well late rifle. With 2 cozy cabins, 2 lakes (+/- a couple acres each), documented over 20 ft. deep, and +/-23 acres of side roll irrigated hay production, the ranch not only produces income but has a nearby caretaker and hay cutter available as well.The property is but a quarter mile to power, but currently operated off grid with a generator. The ranch is an ideal candidate for solar, or one can hook to power.Buyer's option.McClellan Lakes is a longtime family retreat that one of the Southwest's best pond builders found and built to the max many years ago for their family get-togethers.There is nothing like it on the market.It would make for an ideal horse retreat with thousands of adjacent acres of BLM and it's within an easy days drive of Phoenix, Salt Lake City or Las Vegas, all states that can take half a lifetime to draw an elk tag. Properties with McClellan Lakes many features, water and recreational value just don't exist today, and it's priced to sell. Call or email today for additional information.Qualified showings available and seller open to contract based on inspection. Co brokers welcome.
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$795,000  •  44.48 acres
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Great horse property - ride year-round - indoor riding arena (100X140X16) with attached shop which could easily be converted to a caretaker unit. 5 stall horse barn with automatic heated self watering tanks and swivel feeders and tack room. Feed barn (50X60X16). Numerous corrals and working pens. Out door piped riding arena (100X140). Large 40X70 shop. Fenced and cross fenced. Geometric dome green house for year-round gardening. 27 fruit trees (Peach - Pear - Nectarine - Chokecherries - Apricot - Apples). Borders Canyon of the Ancients on the south. Fantastic views - LaPlatas - Mesa Verde - Ute Mountain. A truly unique home with architectural design. Front entrance has a water feature - vaulted ceiling - log beams - tower with windows for natural light. Open living room - kitchen. Living room has sealed sandstone floors and Santa Fe built in wood stove and built in seating. Kitchen has hickory cabinets - white ash wood floors - built-ins - sky light - patio to enjoy your morning coffee. Also included Cavco Model Park Unit for guests or possible rental income. One full RV hookup, one RV hookup with water & electric and one dry RV space. Wood shop could be converted to a guest house or artist studio.