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$3,995,000  •  1,384 acres
Big buck ranch! Located in the bottleneck of a migration route for a lot of deer. Not uncommon during the peak of the migration to have hundreds of deer on the ranch at once. Furthermore big bucks travel through the ranch that many times the owners have never seen before. Giving them the opportunity to harvest big mature bucks every year without being dependent on a local gene pool to carefully manage. Throughout their ownership and hunting of the ranch they have taken multiple 200 plus inch mule deer including some 220 plus deer. The main lodge is a double master with high-end finishes and a loft that can sleep multiple guests. Then there is a 1 bed 1 bath cabin with a kitchen that has been remodeled. The barn also has living space with a small kitchenette and houses even more guests with its 3 bed 1 bath accommodations. With that the ranch can house over a dozen guests comfortably. The ranch also has owned miner rights, irrigation, and ag tax exemption. No CE, no public or private easements, year-around access, borders BLM, and minutes from town.
$950,000  •  45 acres
Located in one of the premier recreational locations in Southwest Colorado, the historical property of Buckhorn Lodge was built in 1959 and represents a deep history of recreation and enjoyment of the land. The Buckhorn Lodge encompasses 45± acres and is located six miles away from Groundhog Reservoir and is connected to miles of off-road trails. Buckhorn Lodge falls inside the county of Dolores and is accessible by County Road 31. The property is on the corner of three hunting units allowing hunting access to units 711, 70, and 71. All three units are primarily public property, the lowest unit percentage being 711 at 63% publicly owned, and the highest being 71 at 81% publicly owned. Buckhorn Lodge offers four surface ponds measuring approximately 2.17± acres of surface water on the property. Disappointment Creek runs through the property and the deck of the lodge overlooks the beautiful Disappointment Valley. The property is approximately an hour’s drive to the towns of Cortez, Dolores, and Telluride. The property itself has seven cabins, a 2,586± square foot main lodge, a 740± square foot recreation building, an 80± square-foot horse barn, and a 458± square foot storage building. The property has a well, electric, three septic tanks, its own propane tanks, and a 5,000 gallon in groundwater cistern tank. Buckhorn Lodge is a recreation and hunter’s haven that is full of developmental potential.