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$16,250,000  •  3,745 acres
The Paonia Assemblage consists of 3,745 +/- acres 6 miles north of Paonia, Colorado. The property is surrounded by public land on three sides, with fantastic elk, deer, and bear hunting. A recent vegetation management project cleared and reseeded 410 +/- acres into highland grasses, greatly improving the landscape for wildlife and livestock alike. In addition to dark timber, quaking aspen, open parks, and Gambel oak, the Paonia Assemblage has two creeks, numerous springs and 29 spring-fed ponds. To improve livestock operations, 17.8 miles of new fencing has also been constructed. The main cabin has also been completely refurbished, providing comfortable lodging for both hunters and guides. On the Paonia Assemblage, nothing has been left undone. This turn-key property is ready to be sold.
$10,950,000  •  266 acres
The Best Rock Mine is located in the heart of the Western Colorado growth corridor in the eclectic town of Delta. Located just off Highway 50 between the rapidly expanding cities of Grand Junction and Montrose, the operation lies in the perfect service location. The Union Pacific Railroad borders the property for 1.1 miles and has a commercial crossing already in place, with the potential for a future rail spur. The mine contains an estimated eight to ten million tons of available high quality aggregate. Mining operations broke ground in the Spring of 2024 and are fully operational. The Colorado Mining Permit allows for very lucrative cement and asphalt batch plants to be operated on site. Three phase electrical power, a six inch natural gas line, and a city sewer line are already in place. New dump trucks, water truck, wheel loader, dozer, scraper, and scale/house to be included in a sale. This property is surrounded by beautiful cottonwood lined rivers on three sides that provide for some very unique hunting and fishing opportunities. Majestic views of the Grand Mesa and the West Elk Mountain Range provide for a very scenic backdrop for the property. 11.45 CFS of historic water rights irrigate just under 200 acres of some of the best farm ground in the state. The farming operation provides for a great supplemental revenue stream for the mining operation. There are also two homes, two large equipment shops, and numerous other outbuildings on the property.
$525,000  •  123.58 acres
Property Description Saddle Ridge Ranch sits on the Grand Mesa and boasts one of the most iconic views in Colorado. At an elevation of 8,000ft the property provides views of the Ragged, West Elk, Gunnison Gorge, and San Juan Mountain ranges. In addition, the ranch overlooks the Black canyon of the Gunnison, while also providing amazing views of the Montrose valley and the Uncompahgre Plateau. The town of Cedaredge is 6 miles from the property, and Montrose and Delta are also within proximity. The ranch is 1.8 miles away, and one of the last properties before reaching the Grand Mesa National Forest which has over 300 lakes that provide world class trout fishing. Elk and Deer frequent the property throughout the year, and it provides a refuge when they are pushed out of the National Forest during hunting season. Powderhorn Ski Resort is 24 miles away, and Montrose Regional Airport is 32 miles from the ranch. Electricity is at the edge of the property and can be brought into a building site. A water well will need to be drilled for water. Location Located on the South side of the Grand Mesa (The largest flat-topped mountain in the world) and sits between the Colorado River and the Gunnison River: - 6 miles from Cederedge - 24 miles from Powderhorn Ski Resort - 126 miles from Aspen - 108 miles from Telluride - 79 miles from Ouray - 60 miles from Grand Junction - 32 miles from Montrose Regional Airport Topography The ranch forms a saddle with rolling terrain and unbelievable views. Oak brush, Pinyon, and Juniper trees blanket the property with excellent forage grasses and a few small drainages. There are both high and low areas on the ranch that provide outstanding build sites. The property has 1.5 miles of road frontage along Hwy 65. Water Water wells can also be drilled on the property. One small seasonal pond that could be expanded, stocked with trout and kept full year-round with an Adequate well. Wildlife The ranch is a mecca for wildlife due to its location and excellent food sources. Saddle Ridge is on the elk migration route and is a place that they roam and bugle during the fall. Mule Deer are in abundance on the ranch as well. - Elk - Mule Deer - Bear - Mountain Lion - Grouse - Merriam’s turkey Roads and Fences There are currently not any roads on the property. However, a road system could be constructed at a minimal cost to the new owner. The ranch does have a boundary fence. Fencing is good in some areas of the ranch and needs some repair in other areas. Utilities Electricity sits on the west edge of the property but will need to be brought into a build site. Private Septic will need to be added when building a home. New owner will need to drill a water well for a water supply. Easements A 190ft road easement to the neighboring property is located at the bottom of the ranch on the West property line. This easement would also serve as the most efficient starting point for a new ranch road. Minerals Minerals are not available as they have been previously severed. Broker and Commission Disclosure Buyer’s Agent/Broker must be identified upon first contact with Listing Broker/ Listing Agent and Buyer’s Agent/ Broker must be present at the initial property tour to participate in the real estate commission. Commission splits will be at the sole discretion of the Listing Broker. Property Disclosure Despite our careful collection and compilation of this information, it is important to note that all surface acreages, measurements and depths should be considered approximate. While we strive for reliability, Watkins Ranch Group does not guarantee the accuracy of this information. Note that all information is subject to change without advance notice.
$148,000  •  40.96 acres
Cathedral Peak Forest Access is nearly 41 acres located within the Cathedral Peak Ranch subdivision. Within Cathedral Peak Ranch, property owners share hunting privileges with other property owners. Property owners are allowed to hunt on other property owners lots as long as they don't trespass within a 5 acre building envelope. This gives owners hunting access to +/- 4500 acres of private land which is off limits to the general public.
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