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$950,000  •  663 acres
Opportunity abounds on the 663 Acre GTO Ranch. As one of the only ranches left in the area without a Conservation Easement, you can control the future of the property as you wish. With ample water rights, 2.6 CFS from the Moses Goff Ditch (priority 27), 2 hand dug wells and a domestic well for the home, hay pastures and nearly 1000 acres in BLM grazing lease, the ranching aspect of the property is proven. The fact that the property is not in a Conservation Easement allows you the opportunity to design the property to your specifications. Whether you want to break it into smaller pieces, create an equestrian center, build your dream home with incredible views of the mountains across the valley, continue the cattle ranching operations, or even create your own Conservation Easement. Hunting on the Ranch is excellent with large mule deer bucks (some in the 180-190 inch class) harvested consistently and bull elk being found on the BLM lease above the ranch. Unit 68 is an over the counter unit for bull elk tags, and the landowner preference points that would be available allow for you to hunt mule deer nearly every year.
$640,000  •  640 acres
This 640 deeded acre parcel is located just west of the town of Moffat, in the south central part of Colorado. The parcel features several artesian wells (the owner claims 13) which flow continuously. The parcel is located off of the well traveled County Road T, which connects to HWY 285 and is just south of the town of Saguache. This property was mainly used for pasture for cattle over the past 15 years, and hosts a double wide 3 bedroom home, a corral, and carport. The home is ready to use, however needs some sprucing up to be completely inhabitable. It would make for a good rental property or primary home.Amoung the artesian wells, one stands out producing 800 gpm. It is permitted for stock watering and irrigation. The well is currently used to fill up a .75 surface acre pond that has bass and carp. It also makes for a great habitat for several species of ducks and other game fowl. Small game and foul hunting is permitted on the land and special permit private land owner tags can be accessed for large game because of the size of the land. This property is located in GMU 68, and is predominately public lands and hunting access is excellent in the county. Throughout the area, some of the terrain can be challenging, for those willing to go into tough terrain, the game is plentiful and healthy. This property is priced to sell and the owner is willing to carry a note if needs be. It's got a great location with wide open land if that is what you are looking for. There is a Dollar General store right down the road, a new school hosting grades k-12, and the city of Alamosa is located just 30 miles south with shopping, commerce, and Adams State University. The town of Salida is just 30 miles or so north which contains shopping and all the amenities needed.
$1,500,000  •  287 acres
Saguache Irrigated Farm consists of 287+/- acres of productive ground adjacent east of the town of Saguache in the picturesque San Luis Valley (190-acres +/- irrigated). The property is situated among some of the most productive agricultural ground in the state with many large-scale farming and ranching operations common throughout this portion of the valley. The property is characterized by a blend of hay meadows, good cottonwood and willow tree cover ideal for a building site and expansive views that include the Sangre De Cristo range. There is an abundance of wildlife on the property and in the immediate area with Elk, Mule Deer and waterfowl being seen regularly. The farm is comprised of a good mixture of irrigated and sub-irrigated hay ground with functional flood irrigation infrastructure, adequate fencing and cross-fencing, as well as a few remnants of a prior homestead. The properties greatest asset is the ample surface and well water rights. There are (6) permitted wells located on the property in total: a 1,000 gpm irrigation well, a shared 50% 2,000 gpm irrigation well and (4) other domestic/stock wells historically producing from 15-30 gpm. Surface water rights are as follows:Ashley Proffit Ditch Priority #9 for 1.9845 cfs (Case No. 11/23/1889)Jaques Ditch Priority #43 for 1.80 cfs (Case No. 11/23/1889)Downer Ditch #111 for 1.0 cfs (06/09/1982)The Saguache Irrigated Farm is a great opportunity to own a scenic, multi-productive property with operational capabilities and an abundance of water resources. The property would make a great small farming or ranching operation in a highly desirable area. Additionally, detailed production and water rights data can be provided upon request. Seller also leases a small portion of Cemetery Hill to Verizon Wireless for the placement of a cell tower that provides annual lease payments with 3.0% annual escalations (details provided upon request). Owner would consider selling the rights to the cell tower lease separately.Contact Brent Hedrick or Duncan Clark for a private, qualified showing.
$549,000  •  160 acres
60 acre Colorado hunting ranch bordering public land.
$399,900  •  53.49 acres
The Cochetopa Dome CabinPrivate mountain tranquility surrounds The Cochetopa Dome cabin's +/- 53 deeded acre park-like setting. This private, seasonal offering is located between the towns of Gunnison to the North and Saquache to the south and is accessed along Highway 114, considered to be one of the most scenic highways in all of Colorado. The Gunnison Regional Airport and the world class skiing of Crested Butte are a short 40 and 75 minute drive away and the endless recreational adventures are steps from the cabin's back door. Improvements: The off grid, solar powered 896 sf cabin is fully furnished, livable and mostly complete with a large, picturesque bedroom overlooking the Cochetopa landscape. A four person sleeping loft, bathroom with shower, two kitchens and a living room make for a comfortable hunting or family recreational escape. There are two garage spaces for your atvs, skis, snowmobiles, tack and gear and the second kitchen could be transformed into another private bedroom suite. The well, underground propane and water storage tanks, and back up generator round out the total off-grid package. At one time, a main house/ hunting lodge was permitted and planned for a bluff on the property with panoramic views of the Cochetopa Dome, Sawtooth Mountain and the La Garita range. Land/ Access: The Cochetopa Dome Cabin is a breathtaking 40 minute drive south from Gunnison along Highway 114 between Gunnison and Saguache. The +/- 53 acres is at 9500ft elevation and is absolutely serene with a seasonal creek, pine and aspen pockets surrounded with views of grass filled meadows, Cochetopa Dome and the La Garita Range. The Cabin is easily accessed via a county road in the summer and by snowmobile in the winter. The Cochetopa Dome Cabin adjoins BLM land and The Gunnison National Forest providing thousands of wide open acres and abundant recreational opportunities. Hunting:The Cochetopa caldera was the ancient hunting ground of the Ute Indians. Healthy herds of mule deer and elk as well as pronghorn and Rocky Mountain big horn sheep surround the property in GMU 67, known for high harvest rates and quality animals. A seasonal creek runs just steps from the cabin, providing live water and nutrient rich grass for wildlife. Thousands of acres of BLM and National Forest land abut the Cochetopa Dome Cabin's property making the recreation rare and seemingly endless. If you are looking for seclusion and privacy with excellent hunting and recreation, call or email Chadwell Miller for a private showing on this once in a lifetime opportunity. Co Brokers welcome.
$669,000  •  24 acres
Located on the edge of the town corridor of Villa Grove, sits this prime 24 acre Commercial/Industrial property. Its location is contiguous along the busy HWY 285 which connects the city of Alamosa to the towns of Saguache, Poncha Springs, Salida, and Buena Vista, CO. The owner has recently retired his thriving connex box storage company that the property was primarily used for, and hosts an occasional farm equipment auction. The land, the warehouse, and the home sit mainly idle, however, are in good working condition with power and water in current use. The warehouse facility is 5,500 square ft. with a 55'x100'. It also contains a pea gravel floor, and three 14' x 14' garage doors with drive-through capacity. It is wired for 220 volt and can be used in several different commercial/industrial manners. Full sized trucks and equipment easily fit in the building and the roof is adequate for taller equipment. The second building is a metal 55'X35' quonset with a stick frame office addition. It hosts over 2,200 sq ft of space and is also 220 volt wired.To add to the property, there is a 1354 Sq Ft 2 bed / 1.5 bath home that contains an office, patio, & laundry room. The house would make for a good rental or full time home and is ready to move in.