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$15,149,000  •  1,525 acres
Horsefly Mesa Ranch covers 1,525±deeded acres of majestic mountain property, located on a plateau betweenRidgway, Colorado and Norwood, Colorado. The ranch's topography serves up avariety of old growth Ponderosa, Aspens, Spruce, mountain scrub, and naturalgrasses. The landscapes of open meadows, forests, canyons, and level open land areaccompanied by stunning views of the Dallas Divide. Elevations of the ranchrange from 8400' to 8900'. The area isvast and mostly untouched giving way to great opportunities for hunting andgrazing. Mckenzie Creek, Dripping Vat Creek, and East Fork Horsefly Creek runthrough the ranch giving excellent water supply for ponds, wildlife, andlivestock. The ranch is completely fenced, and a set of corrals is already inplace. The ranch is accessibleyear-round and is not under a conservation easement. The ranch has roads in place to get aroundthe spectacular acreage. The Horsefly Mesa Ranch is mostly undeveloped givingway for opportunities for hunting and livestock grazing within its fencedborders. Horsefly Mesa Ranch is in gamemanagement unit 62, which consists of 30% private land ownership and 70% publicland ownership. Unit 62 is over the counter elk tags and draw for Muledeer. Other species in the unit arepronghorn, black bear, mountain lion, and turkey. The ranch currently qualifiesand is enrolled in the landowner preference program. Located approximately 12 milesfrom the town of Ridgway and 22 miles from Montrose, each giving you amenitieslike shopping, restaurants, medical facilities, and entertainment venues. World class skiing can be had at TellurideSki Resort, approximately 62 miles from the ranch. Fishing can be found in every direction fromthe Black Canyon of Gunnison, San Miguel River, Dolores River, Blue Mesa, orRidgway Reservoirs, just to name a few. Simply put, the ranch is an outdoorsman's paradise, if it's not on theranch it can be found nearby.
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$7,649,000  •  765 acres
Mckenzie Creek Ranch is 765±acres of mostly undeveloped acreage. Thetopography of the ranch varies with spectacular views of the DallasDivide. Old growth Ponderosa, Aspens,Spruce, mountain scrub, and natural grasses can be found throughout itsborders. Elevations of the ranch rangefrom 8400' to 8700'. The ranch ispositioned on the plateau between Ridgway, Colorado and Norwood, Colorado. The area is vast and mostly untouched givingway to great opportunities for hunting and grazing. Mckenzie Creek and DrippingVat Creek run through the ranch giving excellent water supply for ponds,wildlife, and livestock. The ranch is completely fenced, and a set of corralsis already in place. The ranch isaccessible year-round and is not under a conservation easement. The ranch has a nice road system in place toget around the ranch's spectacular acreage. Mckenzie Creek Ranch is in gamemanagement unit 62, which consists of 30% private land ownership and 70% publicland ownership. Unit 62 is over the counter elk tags and draw for Muledeer. Other species in the unit arepronghorn, black bear, mountain lion, and turkey. The ranch currently qualifiesand is enrolled in the landowner preference program. Located approximately 12 milesfrom the town of Ridgway and 22 miles from Montrose, each gives you amenities likeshopping, restaurants, medical facilities, and entertainment venues. World class skiing can be had at TellurideSki Resort, approximately 62 miles from the ranch. Fishing can be found in every direction fromthe Black Canyon of Gunnison, San Miguel River, Dolores River, Blue Mesa, orRidgway Reservoirs, just to name a few. Simply put, the ranch is a recreational haven.
$4,999,000  •  680 acres
Courthouse Peak Ranch is a stunning off-grid hunting property. The ranch consists of 680+/- acres and spans 1.7 miles long and 1 mile wide on the west end. The views off the cabin porch are second to none, with the San Juan Mountains in your face with 10- 13 thousand-foot peaks and Sneffels standing at over 14,000 feet. This ranch has been in the family since it was initially homesteaded back in 1888 and preserved through conservation for future generations. The two-bedroom log cabin with loft can sleep up to 20 people and is at the end of the road where no one else can have access and located within two air miles of Cimarron Mountain Club. As you make your way through the ranch, you'll go from the thick oaks that offer tons of feed for the elk, Mule deer, and bears, up to the staggering aspen groves, several creeks, and ponds flowing throughout the property, offering some of the best habitats in the West. Located in Unit 65, this property qualifies for landowner tags annually with two applications in which you could draw several Mule deer tags. Elk is "Over the Counter" for archery second and third seasons. As the season progresses, you'll see several herds throughout the ranch, a main migration of the Cimarron Mountains. Elk hunting on the ranch is nothing short of phenomenal; big bulls up to 350 class have been taken off the ranch. This property is a wildlife sanctuary. Don't discount the bear hunting; several world-class black bears find their way through, with some tipping the scale at over 500 pounds. Courthouse Peak Ranch is located between Montrose and Ridgway, Colorado, which offers excellent amenities from the regional airport with flights to Denver, Dallas, and Houston daily, hospital, and all the shopping you could desire. Call us today for a tour of this fantastic property.
$8,000,000  •  417 acres
Steepedin history and wrapped in breath-taking beauty, the 417+/- acre High Meadow Ranchis one of the most desirable properties on the market today. Located above thebanks of the Uncompahgre River, overlooking Ouray, Colorado, known as the"Switzerland of America" and the "Outdoor Capital of Colorado". Nestled in theSan Juan Mountains, the ranch is extremely private, creating the opportunity tobask in the grandeur of jagged peaks and alpine forests uninterrupted. Bordered by public lands giving you unlimitedrecreational opportunities. Horseenthusiasts can ride their horses off the property above the Dallas Trail intoNational Forest, giving you thousands of acres to explore and enjoy. Situatedin the high peaks of the San Juans, the ranch has stunning views of DallasPeak, Box Canyon, Sisters Peak, Abrams Mountain, Treasure Mountain, Twin Peaks,Cascade Mountain, Baldy, and Whitehouse Peak, just to name a few. Elevations on the ranch range from 8,000 feetto 9,500 feet. Included in the ranchsale are the Millersburg and Silverspur mining claims, each with its own bit ofhistory. In afederal patent issued in 1886, President Benjamin Harrison authorized theoriginal ranch. Founded as a working cattle ranch, the Erickson family laterconverted it to an alpine dairy ranch to furnish milk and dairy products to thetownsfolk of Ouray and the hard rock miners searching for gold at the legendaryCamp Bird Mine. Inthe winter, Mrs. Erickson and her children moved to Ouray so the children couldattend school. Mr. Erickson and a helper attended to the dairy cows andfarm. The milk was delivered to the townover the alpine road, which required plowing by the horses in the wintermonths. AfterMrs. Erickson's passing, the family sold the historic dairy ranch. Since then,the ranch has been used for recreation, hunting, and cattle grazing. A smalldovetail log cabin and the historic Erickson Dairy barn, built by aScandinavian shipwright, stand as testaments to the past, while the stunninglandscape remains a blank canvas of opportunity. Ownedby a local ranching family in the Montrose Valley since 1963, the propertyqualifies for agricultural tax valuation. Plentiful water helps ensure the land'sproductivity. The ranch boasts 50 AA± irrigated acres of mountain meadows thatare enhanced by 4 cubic feet per second (cfs) of historic water rights as wellas three ponds, one is stocked, and numerous springs, including one that isadequate for domestic use. Theranch's agricultural opportunities include a BLM grazing permit with profusegrazing in its lush forest. The ranch isbordered USFS and BLM public lands for 3AA± miles, ensuring that the ranch'senviable privacy will be protected from encroaching development far into thefuture. While the "neighborhood" is protected, the ranch itself isnot under a conservation easement, leaving all options on the table for thenext owners and their heirs. Becausethe ranch borders more than a million acres of National Forest Lands, manyspecies of wildlife including elk, Mule deer, and bear can be found on theranch. Historically, High Meadow Ranchqualifies for big game landowner tags. Located in GMU 65, which has over-the-counter bull tags, and 85.6% successfor first choice draw requests in the overall unit, the ranch is positioned todeliver memorable hunting year after year. The Uncompahgre and Mount SneffelsWilderness Areas at the south end of GMU 65 offer challenging terrain, but goodhunting potential. Withunparalleled privacy, grass-filled mountain meadows, unimaginably beautifulpeak views, big timber, and aspen-filled benches, and abundant wildlife, noother mountain property offers what the High Meadow Ranch does. In an area known for yielding gold to thosewho dared to dream big, High Meadow Ranch is the undeniable gold standard.
$3,350,000  •  203 acres
The Colona Ranch is located just 10 minutes south of Montrose in the direction of Telluride, Ridgway, and Ouray at the intersection of us 550 and County Road 1. The property has multiple points of access off County Road 1 and highway frontage off of 550 giving the ranch high development potential. One of the many highlights of the ranch is its priority water rights. With 13.5 shares of the Agency Ditch the ranch boats the number 1 water right on the Uncompahgre River irrigating 155 lush acres on the 203-acre ranch. With the nearest town of Montrose all the amenities you could ever need like a Wal-Mart Super Center, Target, Natural Grocers, and the largest recreation center in western Colorado. All this while at the gate of the San Juan Mountains to endless recreation. Stunning southern views and Storm King Peak just to the east. This ranch also holds potential for a valuable conservation easement with its prime wintering ground for hundreds of elk and mule deer that can been seen on the ranch in the later winter months. An excellent building site atop a hill overlooking the entire ranch and Colona. This is a ranch you do not want to miss!
$2,650,000  •  31.3 acres
Big mountain views! Atop Loghill where this 31 acre equine ranch is located you have 330 degree of views from the Cimarron's, to the San Juan's and the Uncompahgre Plateau! This 6,737 square foot home is stunning! A guest house and a barn to go with it! What more could you ask for?