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$22,500,000  •  6,899 acres
Livingston Peak Ranch offers an exceptional opportunity for recreation, big game hunting and Yellowstone River fishing with significant conservation and development potential. The Ranch encompasses 6,899± total acres, of which 4,999± acres are deeded and 1,900± are leased from the State of Montana and Bureau of Land Management. Home to large herds of elk, deer and antelope, and over ½ mile of Yellowstone River frontage, the Ranch provides the coveted and hard-to-find combination of fishing and elk hunting on the same ranch. Livingston Peak Ranch is currently unimproved and comprised of 78 parcels, which creates many development and conservation options. There are multiple spectacular building sites that capture the panoramic views of the Crazy, Bridger and Absaroka Mountain Ranges.
$15,900,000  •  3,965 acres
Winding River Ranch is located less than 30 miles from Buena Vista, Buena Vista Central Colorado Regional Airport and 10 minutes by paved State Highway 285 south of Fairplay. It encompasses a highly diverse block of 5,967± acres (3,965± deeded) that lies at 9,300 feet just below the continental divide which includes some of Colorado’s famous 14,000-foot peaks. The lower reaches of the ranch include a rich wetland complex that supports nearly five miles of world-class private fishing on the highly regarded South Fork of the South Platte River. The upper reaches of the ranch include steeper, timbered terrain that offers private trophy quality elk and deer hunting – with rare hunting tags. There is enough land to support modest hay production, summer grazing for livestock and horses and three irrigated food plots, although fish and wildlife are the crop of choice for the current owners. The ranch has an extensive common boundary with the Pike National Forest and boasts dramatic postcard-quality views of Pike’s Peak to the south and Teller and Hoosier Ridges along the continental divide to the north. To further “ice this cake” it is a short 45-minute drive to Breckenridge Ski Resort and only a 90-minute drive to Denver/DIA. The turnkey improvements are comfortable, useful, appropriate but not over the top in any way. In summary, Winding River Ranch pretty much has it all: scale (over 5,000 acres), great fishing, quality hunting, terrific scenery, good privacy plus easy access to major international air service, to an attractive small town and to a destination ski resort. The Facts: ~ 29 miles to Buena Vista ~ 10 minutes south of Fairplay and 45 minutes from Breckenridge, Colorado ~ 90 minutes from Denver and two hours from DIA ~ Eastern boundary is Highway 285 ~ 30 minutes to Buena Vista Central Colorado Regional Airport offering 8,300 x 75-foot asphalt landing strip ~ 3,965± deeded acres ~ 2,586± acres under conservation easement(s) held by The Nature Conservancy ~ BLM lease for 722± acres of lease ~ State land lease for recreational and agricultural purposes totaling 1,280± acres ~ Approximately five miles of both banks of the South Fork of the South Platte River – rainbows and browns ~ Four lakes stocked with Snake River cutthroat, Donaldson steelhead, Kamloop rainbow and German brown ~ Extensive water rights including reservoir, ditch, spring, and groundwater well rights ~ Two tributary creeks, Rough and Tumbling, feed the main stem ~ Multiple residences including manager’s home, bunkhouse and four cabins ~ Adjacent to Pike National Forest, BLM and State Land ~ Highly diverse habitat featuring irrigated meadows, riparian, wetlands, timbered mountains and open prairies. ~ Wildlife includes abundant elk, deer, bear, antelope, and numerous small game species, while also participating in Colorado’s Landowner Preference Program (LPP) ~ Three irrigated food plots planted in oats ~ 300 days of sunshine with an average of 15± inches of annual precipitation ~ 9,300± foot elevation​​​
$4,599,000  •  3,069 acres
Under Contract
Just outside the unincorporatedtown of Guffey, Colorado, which showed its heyday between 1895 to 1902 when itwas a part of the Freshwater mining district, and cattle ranching and lumbercontributing to the economy, sits the Eagle Bluff Ranch. The ranch consists of 3,069 plus-minus acres and hasoperated as a cattle ranch with hay production but has so much more to offer. Eagle Bluff Ranch has manyadjudicated springs, water rights to irrigate over a dozen hayfields, andmultiple ponds. The water is key to cattle and hay production but also isimportant in wildlife migration. Over 3miles of seasonal creeks and streams and dozens of ponds and small lakes can befound on the ranch. The ranch holds some historical improvements, including asmall cabin. Accessibility to the ranch is year-round, running on both sides ofCounty Road 71. The ranch has a road system throughout the property and isfully fenced and cross fenced. Topography is flat, rolling, and steep terrainswith elevations ranging from 8,600 feet to over 9,600 feet. Eagle Bluff Ranchspans as far as your eyes can see from the rock bluffs with mature Aspens andConifers to the hay meadows full of alpine native grasses. The Ranch offers a uniqueopportunity to obtain significant hunting acreage in the Central Coloradomountains as well as cattle and haying operations. Located in GMU 581, theranch is home to elk, mule deer, antelope, wild turkey, and more. It is notuncommon to see the 300+ resident elk herd and mule deer. Eagle Bluff Ranch isset up perfect for every season, from Archery with the food plots throughoutthe property and the heavy timber to the vast landscape for long-rangeshooting. The ranch sits in a significant migration area; as the seasons'progress, you'll hold and see more game. Not only is Unit 581 known for itsgiant bull elk, but the ranch also has several documented mule deer in the200-220 class, along with several Boone and Crocket antelope. Eagle Bluff Ranch backs up to over 500,000 plus-minus acres of public hunting land, setting up prime wildlife migration through theranch. With the ranch's water resourcesand habitat, you have the makings for a prime big game hunting ranch. Call today for your qualified showing.
$5,250,000  •  742 acres
Under Contract
742 acre ranch borders BLM and National Forest with year round access off a paved County road. Approximately 131 acres are irrigated with pivot sprinkler, wheel lines and hand sprinklers. Little Rock Creek, a year round creek, flows through the ranch for approximately 3400 feet offering excellent fishing. Along with the creek, there are two stocked trout ponds. Abundant wildlife, including antelope, mule deer and elk roam through the foothills. The ranch is minutes from the Clarks Fork Canyon where the Clarks Fork of the Yellowstone River flows out into the valley. There is a 618 acre BLM lease, Allotment 03066, Little Rock Creek for horses for 33 AUM. t is situated in a very scenic and recreational area at the base of the Beartooth Mountains. . Main Lodge is 6902 square feet with an indoor swimming pool.and hot tub. Moose Lodge is 1710 square feet. Grizzly Cabin by the creek is 1012 square feet. Elk Lodge is 2421 square feet. Two shops, barn with 4 stalls, corrals and irrigation by pivot, wheel line and hand line.
$9,250,000  •  713 acres
Beaver Meadows Ranch encapsulates a remarkable stretch of land in Park County, Colorado. This parcel occupies 713± acres of mountain pasture and recreational open space ranging from high mountain timber to wide-open meadows. Spanning elevations from 9,086 to 9,940 feet, Beaver Meadows Ranch sits between national forest land, quiet neighboring parcels, and also an easement that allows access into a stunning state park. Named for the beaver populations that once inhabited the ponds and North Elk Creek, Beaver Meadows is exceptional for its privacy, serenity, and beauty — especially considering its proximity to Colorado’s cosmopolitan capital city. Arrive here and explore the grassy meadows teeming with wildflowers in spring and summer. Hike up to the rocky granite crags and find unmatched views of distant peaks and sun-dappled hills. Catch sight of mule deer and elk alongside grazing cattle, and watch as the sun sets from the cozy dwelling in a peaceful meadow. Time seems to slow down here. Beaver Meadows Ranch is ideal for a buyer who wants the best of both worlds: the culture and energy of the city and the private quietude of mountain living. Beaver Meadows represents a rare chance to straddle metropolitan access and mountain paradise on a peaceful property with plenty of potential.
$499,000  •  637 acres
Welcome to the Vandemoer Ranch.  This large tract is the perfect place for your off grid home.  This 637 Acre property offers incredible views of the Sangre De Cristo mountains featuring Mt. Princeton, South Park and the Mosquito range including Buffalo Peak.  This property has a huge variety of potential building sites that would accommodates your full time home, vacation home or even your hunting lodge.  Whether you prefer the ridge top home for the panoramic views, or a more subtle positio...
$650,000  •  474.1 acres
Now offering 474.10 deeded acres in Clark, Wyoming. This property is accessed off a county gravel road, not fenced with power in the area. The Clarks Fork River is a short drive and is an excellent trout fishery. Other features include dramatic mountain views, numerous species of wildlife in the area, excellent development potential, adjacent to public lands and a short distance to National Forest access. The property is located 30 minutes from Cody, Wyoming, 30 minutes to Red Lodge, Montana, 20 minutes from Chief Joseph Scenic Byway in Sunlight Basin and less than 1.5 hours to Yellowstone National Park.
$3,750,000  •  409 acres
Under Contract
Located about five miles northeast of Wilsall, the Shields Retreat is an amazingly lush 409± acre ranch that has the Shields River passing through its center, as well as Cole Creek, which parallels the river on one side, and Porcupine Creek that enters the ranch on its northeasterly boundary and flows into the river just downstream of the ranch. There are approximately 320 acres of meadows which either have water rights or are sub-irrigated and produce both excellent grazing and 225± tons of hay. Improvements are modest and include a home, a horse barn, a Quonset and corrals, and a small feed yard. Given its location on the river and creeks with big views of the Crazy Mountains, good fishing, and prolific wildlife, it is best suited for a private retreat that will offer some income from its considerable agricultural attributes. The Facts: ~ LOCATION: Five miles northeast of Wilsall about 50 minutes west of Bozeman and 35 minutes north of Livingston ~ ACREAGE: 409± acres deeded ~ ACREAGE BREAKDOWN: 320± acres irrigated or sub-irrigated the balance is riparian or native range ~ IMPROVEMENTS: Caretaker’s home, barn, Quonset, equipment storage building, corrals, and feed yard ~ WATER: Shields River water rights plus a mile of the river passing through and two live creeks ~ OPERATION: Productive small cattle ranch with good hay production ~ DESCRIPTION: Lush river bottom ranch retreat with big Crazy Mountain views and easy access to mountains, downhill skiing, Bozeman and Livingston ~ SUMMARY: Idyllic private retreat in upper Shields River Valley
$1,699,000  •  332 acres
Colorado log cabin hunting property for sale. 2,398sf log cabin on 331 +/- acres bordering National Forest and State Trust Land. PROPERTY: Borders 100’s of thousands of acres of Pike National Forest and 640 acres of Colorado State Trust Land. Three adjudicated springs provide water for household use, ponds, and irrigation of portions of the meadows. Excellent hunting property, grazing property, or recreational hide-out. Year round access is not maintained but generally the property is accessible year round. No covenants, deed restrictions or conservation easement. LOCATION: Very private settings with no other homes or structures in site. Unobstructed views of Pike Peak and Saddle Mountain. Located between Lake George and Guffey in Park County, Colorado. Less than 20 minutes from Eleven Mile Reservoir, Spinney Reservoir and gold medal fishing on the famed South Platte River. Game Management Unit 581 which has OTC elk tags for archery and 2nd and 3rd rifle seasons. The property qualifies for landowner preference points and typically draws a deer tag at least every other year. Study the maps of this property; this is a honey hole for elk and deer. Saddle Mountain is the highest land mass for miles around and the water for the elk on it is on this ranch. 90 minutes to the Colorado Springs Airports, 2.5 hours from Denver International Airport. Groceries are 30 minutes away in Florissant or just a bit further to Woodland Park, CO. CABIN: Totally self-sufficient cabin with spring water, solar electric, thermostat controlled propane forced air heat, a woodstove and a wood burning fireplace. Main level master bedroom with en suite bathroom, upper level loft, bedroom, and bathroom, large bedroom/bunkroom (non-conforming) with en suite bathroom in the basement. Large family room in basement for relaxing or more sleeping space. Wrap around deck and upper level balcony to relax and enjoy the quiet and the views. Also a great place to view the wildlife.
$1,600,000  •  160 acres
At the base of the majestic Beartooth Mountains, you can own 160± acres fully surrounded by Bureau of Land Management and U. S. Forest lands. Fish the challenging waters of the Clark's Fork River of the Yellowstone. The property is at the east end of the canyon of the wild and scenic Clark's Fork River. Abundant spring water sets this property above others. Previous owners bottled and sold the water. The 1,800± square foot bottling plant is on the property attached to the two-bedroom, four-bath home. Dramatic rock formations form the backdrop for this one-of-a-kind property. The vistas around the property, the privacy of the site, and living amid North American wildlife are powerful attributes. 160± acres, abundant spring water, privacy, the Clark's Fork of the Yellowstone, and the ultimate scenic beauty make quite a combination.
$1,495,000  •  158 acres
The rolling open terrain of this 158± acre parcel offers spectacular panoramic views of the Shields Valley in a classic rural Montana setting. With the majestic Crazy Mountains on the eastern horizon, the Bridger Mountains to the west and the famed Absaroka Mountains to the south and surrounded by fertile farm and ranch ground, this property provides privacy and seclusion, without being remote. The property is wrapped on two sides by about 470 acres of State of Montana land, which adds to the expansive experience and secures the views, seclusion, and solitude. There are approximately 130 acres of dryland crop ground and the property is perimeter fenced for grazing, which provides two small annual income streams. Herds of mule deer and antelope are frequent visitors and elk are seen regularly on the property and the adjoining state lands, providing big-game hunting opportunities with a general tag. The open-valley setting is alive with the natural sounds of songbirds, sandhill cranes, waterfowl and raptors. The Shields River provides a great local fishing resource and the famed waters of the Yellowstone River are only about 20 driving minutes away.
$599,000  •  147.91 acres
Now offering 147.91 deeded acres with 54.55 +/- irrigated acres minutes from downtown Powell, Wyoming. This property features mountain views, mature trees, end of the road privacy, irrigated acres for livestock, pheasant habitat for hunting and it is adjacent to public land for hiking, horseback riding and ATV riding. Utilities include Northwest Rural Water in the area, natural gas in the area, phone line, power and a county gravel road for access. The property is not in a subdivision and does have an HOA. The property offers dream homesites, a place to run livestock or future development potential. Currently planted in alfalfa/hay mix pasture. The property has been leased for the 2022 farm season. This property is 30 minutes from downtown Cody, Wyoming which is just 50 minutes from Yellowstone National Park.
$2,500,000  •  77.68 acres
You can own the high ground! In the foothills of Sheep Mountain with Carter Mtn and Castle Rock for the view! 77.68± acres with an abundance of water adjudicated. Lush landscaping around the 2251± sf mountain home with 3 bedrooms, 2 baths. Spacious studio is a focal point of the home. There is much potential for expansion of the home. End of the road privacy and Wyoming mountain beauty.
$2,500,000  •  40 acres
There is nothing else out there like it! Buffalo Bill's historic Cody Cabin sits on this spectacular mountain property on upper Rock Creek, fully surrounded by USFS land. This extremely private and scenic retreat has been held by the same family since 1956. Excellent hunting and recreational opportunities abound from this site. A classic 3024 +/- sf log home has a native stone fireplace, concealed wet bar and spacious covered deck. A log garage houses a remote start electric generator, and a mountain spring provides water to a 2000-gallon storage cistern. The log horse barn has a tack room and a hay loft. There are adjudicated water rights for 18 acres and a USFS horse grazing permit. The historic cabin is in good condition with a stone fireplace and covered porch. The main cabin is fully furnished including an extensive collection of western furniture by Thomas Molesworth and the Wyoming Furniture Company, a John Deere 350C dozer and a remote start generator. $2,500,000. The property is also offered without the collection of furnishings for $2,000,000 which is below May 2022 appraisal.
$650,000  •  35.3 acres
Under Contract
Well built shop home on 35 acres between Cody and Powell. Gorgeous 360 views, including McCullough Peaks and Heart Mountain. Mature trees and beautiful irrigated lawn on property surrounding the shop. Perfect home for people who love adventure and have an RV or other recreational vehicles. Wetlands on property. Shop has one large bay door and one normal size garage door.
$775,000  •  35.26 acres
MUST BE SEEN TO APPRECIATE! Private 35 acre country property with water rights on the Southfork. The home is 3,348 sq.ft. and is move-in ready. It sits on a dead-end road and features a 2.5 car garage with additional storage and tool rooms. Virtually no traffic and an easy 15-minute drive to Cody. Enjoy privacy, quiet nights, mountain views, and plenty of space to spread out. This is NOT a typical manufactured home! Recent 500 sq.ft. addition with a nine-foot ceiling serves as a family room, great room, or entertainment area. The home has been fully updated with new flooring, paint, doors, a kitchen remodel, updated bathrooms, a new roof fall of 2021, and a new HVAC in February of 2022. Concrete crawl space walls have been insulated improving energy efficiency; radon system installed. Fiber cement siding recently painted. Mountain views are impressive from the main home and 400 sf guest cabin that will be completed before closing. Additional features- New fencing along the entire front of the property. Sprinkler system in front and rear of the house tied into NWRW. Barn with tack room in a 1.3 acre fenced pasture. Goat shelter with additional fenced area. Chicken coop with run. List of recent upgrades available.
$2,899,000  •  27.85 acres
Under Contract
Immaculate horse property on 28 ac. with gorgeous ranch home, 3 bedrooms, 4 baths, vaulted T&G ceilings, cherry wood bar, theater room. Rock FP, steam shower, copper tub, custom cement counter tops. Professionally landscaped front/back yard. High end shop/horse barn, 2nd heated 4,608 sf shop with 16’ doors. Close to 1000’s of acres of National Forest and public land. See more details in documents.
$699,000  •  27.68 acres
Build your dream home on property with end of road privacy, approximately 3/4 of a mile of fishing on Alkali Creek, mountain views, trees along creek, backed up to Bureau of Reclamation public land for extra enjoyment. Quality top soil (currently planted in grass hay/alfalfa hay mix), irrigated acres for livestock, natural gas and power available to lot line. Located 10 miles from Powell, Wyoming.
$2,250,000  •  26 acres
26 acres on the Northfork of the Shoshone River, adjacent to BLM, custom built ranch style 3 bedroom, 3 bath home with attached 2 car garage. Detached shop with 4 bedrooms, living room, kitchen, RV parking space, two hobby rooms, corrals, mountain views and fishing.
$1,150,000  •  14.62 acres
The West Boulder Reserve is a 1,300 plus acre ranch that was at one time a popular dude ranch. Over 40 years ago, it was turned into what is likely the first “shared ranch development”. The concept of a shared ranch is that individuals (20 in this case) each own a small lot with the right for one building site and the balance of the ranch is shared. The concept sold out almost overnight over 40 years ago and it has been notoriously difficult to buy an undeveloped lot there for many years. The offering of Lot 14A represents just such an opportunity. It is one of the very few lots that is a riverfront parcel that allows one immediate access to the river. The Facts: ~ LOCATION: Approximately 20 miles southeast of Livingston and 27 miles southwest of Big Timber. ~ ACREAGE: 14.623 acres plus 1/20th undivided interest in 1,000 plus acre common area. ~ WATER RESOURCES: Approximately 2.5 miles of the West Boulder River flows through the Reserve property. ~ LOT DESCRIPTION: This lot lies above and below the main road through the Reserve. A potential building site is available which overlooks the river, or there is an alternative site above the road with more dramatic views. WBRA board has the right to approve the site. ~ THE RESERVE: The West Boulder Reserve consists of 20 homesite lots which average 17.4 acres each and around 1,000 acres of common area. It adjoins and/or has access to a huge area of national forest. Annual dues are currently $4,375 per share. ~ SUMMARY: This represents a very rare opportunity to buy an unimproved lot in a sought after shared ranch development that has been sold out for over 40 years.
$20,299  •  5.26 acres
Off-grid mountain property surrounded by stunning views of the Collegiate Peaks. Surrounded by hunting, fishing, mountain biking, hiking, and more.
$14,999  •  5.24 acres
Off-grid property with gorgeous mountain views located between the Antero Reservoir and Spinney Mountain State Park
$18,499  •  5.03 acres
Build your new home on the beautiful plains of Hartsel, CO on this 5.03 acres. Zoned residential allowing for a tiny, manufactured, modular, or single-family home. Camping is allowed on the property. There are no utilities on the land. Located just off of Cheyenne Raod, an unpaved road, there are great views of the surrounding mountains, lakes, and deserts. Close to areas for hunting, camping, hiking, biking, fishing, canoeing, kayaking, skiing, snowmobiling, horseback riding, and golfing. Also near Mt Lincoln, Spinney Moutain State Park, and wonderful national destinations.
$13,099  •  4.79 acres
Gorgeous views of Mt. Princeton and Mt. Lincoln from this off-grid property located 2 hours from Denver and 1.5 hours from Colorado Springs.