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$15,950,000  •  3,665 acres
Bugling Bull Ranch extends from Piñon Mesa down into the majestic Unaweep Canyon of Mesa County, Colorado. Approximately 40 miles southwest of Grand Junction, 30 miles west of Whitewater, and 10 miles east of Gateway, this stunning ranch offers seasonal-use cabins, exceptional grazing, and world-class elk hunting. Elevations range from 6,240’ to 9,150’ as the ranch climbs from the bottom of Unaweep Canyon, up the Fish Creek / North Fork watersheds and ultimately plateaus atop Piñon Mesa. Across this topography lies a diverse landscape-- from high altitude desert to lush creek bottoms, deep canyons to flat-top mesas, and irrigated meadows to dense ponderosa, aspen, and evergreen forests. If this sounds like a breeding ground for monster elk, that is because it is! Bugling Bull is in trophy game unit 40 and 340” bulls are commonplace on both the ranch’s deeded acreage and the surrounding BLM. Along with the world-class trophy elk, the ranch also boasts quality mule deer, bear, and mountain lion. Whether your preference is archery or rifle, Bugling Bull Ranch is truly a hunter’s paradise. During the off-season, the ranch is well situated to raise cattle with 120 +/- irrigated acres, historic water rights, and two BLM grazing permits for 3,630 +/- additional acres. The south edge of the ranch runs along Highway 141, allowing easy, year-round, paved access, while the northern portion of the ranch has seasonal access through Glade Park. With big views and even bigger elk, the Bugling Bull Ranch is the standard bearer for a trophy elk ranch. Bugling Bull North Portion (1,514 +/- deeded acres) This north portion of the ranch is a high-elevation parcel (7,320’ to 9,150’) that sits atop Piñon Mesa and provides fantastic elk habitat during the early season. The North Fork of West Creek cuts through the heart of the ranch and is flanked by alpine meadows and aspen, pine, and ponderosa forest. The vegetative and topographic layout allows elk to migrate up and down the canyon and forms a sanctuary within the ranch’s boundary. Big bulls and their harems will utilize the ranch’s premier forage until snow pushes them down onto the BLM or the southern portion of the ranch. The property is accessible from the north by private dirt road from May to October and three hunting cabins are available for seasonal residential use. The main cabin contains a kitchen, living/dining room, two bedrooms on the main floor and a bunkhouse-style loft. The other two cabins are single-room structures used for dry camping. While no commercial utilities are readily available on the property, a generator can be used in the main cabin during visits. There are outhouses for sewage and cisterns for water, and the main cabin has a water-capture tank on the hillside that diverts natural runoff into a holding tank for transfer to the cistern. Bugling Bull South Portion (2,151 +/- deeded acres) This southern portion of Bugling Bull lies along the Unaweep Canyon, at the foot of Piñon Mesa. The property has year-round access via Hwy 141 and is 10 miles from the world-famous Gateway Canyons Resort. This lower portion of the ranch, which incorporates seven separate drainages, is a premier elk wintering ground that virtually controls access to thousands of acres of public land. Elevation ranges from 6,240’ to 7,900’ with terrain varying from steep foothills to rolling, irrigated, hay land (120 +/- acres). Pastureland is irrigated by historic water rights from Burg Reservoir, Burg Ditch and Silzell Ditch. The unirrigated land is typified by picturesque piñon-juniper vistas alongside heavily treed oak and cottonwood draws. Hunting potential here is just as strong as the northern piece, but year-round paved access opens this end of the ranch to additional development. When combined with the northern portion of the ranch, these parcels offer an incredible, full-season, recreation, and cattle ranch. Large, pristine tracts such as this are getting harder to find.
$600,000  •  1,830 acres
Collbran Colorado grazing ranch. This offering is for 50% undivided interest in 1830 acres with Grazing rights only, No hunting rights. Ranch historically has grazed approximately 200 cows for the spring season. Borders State land on the East, USFS on the North and BLM on the NW corner. Conservation Easement in place.
$5,975,000  •  1,440 acres
With 1,440+/- deeded acres, the Wallace Creek Ranch represents a unique opportunity for ownership of a beautiful recreational, big game hunting, livestock, and wildlife preserve right here on the Western Slope of Colorado. With the White River National Forest to the south and the Bookcliffs to the north, Wallace Creek Ranch offers gorgeous mountain and valley views in every direction. There is excellent access to adjoining BLM lands with the National Forest only a short ½ mile away. Ranch elevations are between 5700’ to 6600’ with a nice mix of cedar, piñon pine, oaks, along with irrigated pastures/hay fields, mountain meadows, cottonwoods along the creek, plus a small trout pond. Exceptional big game hunting for elk, deer, bear, and turkeys on both the deeded and public lands. Whether it’s hiking, biking, hunting, livestock, observing the abundant wildlife or just relaxing – Wallace Creek Ranch might be the perfect fit! Hunting - The Ranch is situated in Game Management Unit 42 with over the counter elk tags and qualifies for deer vouchers annually. Excellent big game hunting for elk, deer, and turkeys. As the hunting seasons progress into October and November, there are literally high numbers of elk and deer that migrate onto the ranch and into this corridor. Spring turkey hunting is phenomenal as well. The Ranch is unencumbered by conservation easements. The Wallace Creek Ranch has it all with big game hunting, livestock operation, hay production with excellent water rights, with both BLM and NF lands out the back door with endless recreational and wildlife opportunities! The Wallace Creek Ranch consists of 1,440+/- acres and shares a common boundary with BLM lands for 2+/- miles, plus the White River National Forest is only a 1/2 mile away. There are approximately 350+/- acres of irrigated pasture/hay meadows with good water rights and production. Wallace Creek traverses through the ranch for approximately 1.5 miles, and there is also a small, stocked pond at the upper end. The ranch has historically been used as a cattle operation and includes three BLM allotments.
$8,000,000  •  1,000 acres
Located within the coveted GMU 40 at the top of Pinon Mesa, with some of the very best trophy elk and mule deer hunting in the State Approximately 2.5 miles of North Lobe Creek frontage offers great private fishing opportunities Prime wildlife habitat with elevations ranging from 8,700 to 9,600 feet that includes grassy meadows bisected by creek drainages that are surrounded by aspen groves, dark timber, ponds, springs, and seeps Borders the Grand Mesa National Forest for 1.3 miles which greatly expands the scope of recreational opportunities Unlimited recreational opportunities include world-class big game hunting, hiking, horseback riding, mountain biking, ATVing, snowmobiling, and cross-country skiing Approximately a one-hour drive to Grand Junction with all its great restaurants, wineries, shopping, commercial air service, blossoming arts scene, river walk, and the Colorado National Monument Protected by a Conservation Easement
$4,891,450  •  978.29 acres
Beautiful alpine acreage situated at 9000’ elevation in the heart of the Uncompahgre Plateau. Enjoy this very private and secure off-grid setting on your very own 978.29± acres with aspen, pine, oaks, and pristine mountain meadows, plus gorgeous views to boot. Located in GMU 62 with excellent big game hunting for elk, deer, bear, lion, and turkey with otc bull elk tags for some seasons. GMU 61, which is renowned for its trophy bull elk is a short drive away! Recreational opportunities abound with hiking, biking, ATVs, horseback riding, snowmobiling, or just relax and enjoy the wildlife. This gorgeous mountain setting is an approximate 90 minute drive from either Grand Junction, Montrose, or Delta.
$1,938,420  •  323.07 acres
Beautiful alpine acreage situated at 9000’ elevation in the heart of the Uncompahgre Plateau. Enjoy this very private and secure off-grid setting on your very own 323± acres with aspen, pine, oaks, and pristine mountain meadows, plus gorgeous views to boot. Located in GMU 62 with excellent big game hunting for elk, deer, bear, lion, and turkey with otc bull elk tags for some seasons. GMU 61, which is renowned for its trophy bull elk is a short drive away! Recreational opportunities abound with hiking, biking, ATVs, horseback riding, snowmobiling, or just relax and enjoy the wildlife. This gorgeous mountain setting is an approximate 90 minute drive from either Grand Junction, Montrose, or Delta.
$3,900,000  •  320 acres
A waterfowler's paradise best describes this +/- 320 acres of precision leveled waterfowl heaven, owned, designed, and managed by an Arkansas waterfowl property specialist.. Complemented by +/- 270 irrigated acres of corn, wheat, hay, with Japanese millet for waterfowl plots (share cropped by local farmer) totally surrounds 7 custom built cascading ponds, all created for waterfowl. Over 500 ducks already on property and big bucks moving in!
$189,000  •  120 acres
120 acres of vacant land on top of Kimbell Mesa in the Horse Canyon Neighborhood in DeBeque Colorado. The property adjoins 1500+ acres of BLM land on the North and East side, as well as 5400+ BLM acres on the West side. The property is located in Hunting unit 421, with easy close access to unit 42 on top of the Grand Mesa. 4x4 is recommended in the Winter and Spring Months. Property is available to be split into 3 - 40 acre parcels.
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$1,225,000  •  120 acres
$1,900,000
Fabulous 120-acre mountain ranch property with good water rights. Property includes two parcels (one on 40 acres with home and outbuildings, plus a second 80-acre parcel). 80 acre parcel can be sold separately for $495,000 or 40 acres can be sold separately with home and barns for $799,000. The majestic home features commanding views from every room, including out to Powderhorn Ski Area. All hardwood floors throughout its sprawling 3,838 square feet. Master on the main floor plus three large bedrooms upstairs including a second master suite. There’s also a 1,980 square foot unfinished basement with 8' ceilings. Barn, shop, older corral and three separate garage/storage buildings. Log cabin could be refurbished to board a ranch hand or create VRBO. 85 acre-feet of Vega water rights plus 60 shares of Coon Creek water.
$825,000  •  87 acres
Big Game Retreat in Bull Basin is 87+- fully-fenced acres of deer, elk, bear, and mountain lion country, all of which have been harvested near this land. It has 2 deeded access points and borders NF. Also on the property is a 190+- square foot mountain man structure and outhouse. When it comes to monumental views and proximity to Grand Mesa adventuring, this property truly stands alone as the last stop before thousands of acres of public land.
$479,000  •  69 acres
Welcome to Cottonwood Creek: 69+/- acres of pristine land situated on the Grand Mesa with 360-degree views, year-round hunting access, and deeded access to National Forest. A seasonal stream flows through the property, making it even more attractive for the local wildlife which includes deer, bear, turkey, elk, and the occasional mountain lion. Native vegetation such as juniper, sage, scrub oak, rabbitbrush, and grass abounds.
$995,999  •  40.34 acres
Welcome to this spectacular Western Slope offering in Mesa County, Colorado. This custom Swedish-coped and saddled-notched log cabin sits on a wooded 40 +/- acre parcel with 360 degree unobstructed mountain views. Between the beautiful home, metal shop, cultivation facility, and greenhouse, this one of a kind property offers everything one may need to enjoy the property year round or a week at a time. The owner is offering a partial carry at 6%.
$220,000  •  40 acres
40 spacious acres connected to BLM land with sweeping all-around views of the Grand Mesa and the Uncompaghre Plateau. Wildlife including elk, deer, and turkey can be seen on this property throughout the year. Excellent hunting parcel and just minutes from Juanita Reservoir. Power borders property.
$345,000  •  38 acres
If you've been hankering for a remote property with 4x4 trails, lake and ski resort views, 280-degrees of sunlit mountains and wildlife sightings so prolific it feels like a nature show, this might be what you've been looking for! Sandwiched between two pieces of BLM, this 38+/- acre parcel abounds with opportunities for adventure and discovery.
$285,000  •  35 acres
35 acres close to the town of Mesa with nearly endless Bookcliff and mountain vistas. Borders BLM. Great potential building site on a flat parcel with sun in the morning and in the beautiful shadow of wooded hillside in the evening. Easy access on an improved driveway that leads all the way down to therein road. A small stream runs through the property, which helps bolster the wildlife population of deer, elk, bear, mountain lion, and more.
$625,000  •  22.38 acres
Introducing a rare find in the highly sought-after Redlands Community. This 22.38-acre parcel of undivided land is ideal for a stunning canyon country dream home or possible development. Featuring sweeping backdrops of the Colorado National Monument and the Grand Mesa, Redlands 22 offers unmatched proximity to the acclaimed Redlands Golf Course, the Colorado River, Lunch Loop Trailhead, and downtown Grand Junction.
$625,000  •  22.38 acres
Introducing a rare find in the highly sought-after Redlands Community. This 22.38-acre parcel of undivided land is ideal for a stunning canyon country dream home or possible development. Featuring sweeping backdrops of the Colorado National Monument and the Grand Mesa, Redlands 22 offers unmatched proximity to the acclaimed Redlands Golf Course, the Colorado River, Lunch Loop Trailhead, and downtown Grand Junction.
$1,080,000  •  17.3 acres
A spacious, rolling 17.3 acres of hillside, tucked in to the sought-after Redlands community of Grand Junction. Views on all sides of the Grand Mesa, Mt. Garfield, The Bookcliffs, Dominguez-Escalante, the Colorado National Monument, McInnis Canyons, and even Utah's La Sals. Prime acreage of native grassland overlooking the Colorado River greenbelt and sparkling lights of the Grand Valley.
Contact for Price  •  11.14 acres
Enjoy the fabulous views from this North area property which is very conveniently located. The 1680 square foot historicfarmhouse is concrete block, wood frame, and hard board siding with many upgrades. A bonus is a 1280 square foot spaciousworkshop. Being minutes away from a hospital and fire station adds to peace of mind. Easy access to shopping and dining.Keep it agriculture as a horse property with hay pasture, vineyards, or crop land. 8 shares of irrigation water included which isequivalent to 32 acre feet of water for the growing season. It also has the possibility of development property with R-4 zoning.This rare and dynamic property can go several different directions which make it a great investment!
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$865,000  •  3 acres
$795,000
The North River Road Complex offers the growing space and infrastructure required for large-scale production, all bundled within the business-friendly city of Palisade, Colorado. The 100,000 SQFT of greenhouse space is heated by two boilers (primary plus a backup) and cooled through evaporative coolers. The latter is powered by a recent $240,000 electrical upgrade that included 3-phase power. Additional improvements include: a 9,198 SQFT warehouse, strategic fencing, a guard house, and office space. Just on the edge of Grand Junction, the business opportunities are numerous. Priced to sell! Contact Eagle Land Brokerage today! Disclaimer: All information provided herein was acquired from sources deemed reliable and is believed to be accurate. However, we do not warrant its accuracy or completeness and recommend that every item of interest be independently verified by Purchaser.
$350,000  •  1.28 acres
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Charming and quaint approximately 660 square-foot house on 1.28+/- acres, nestled in the Redlands area of Grand Junction. Originally built in 1929, this property also has a couple outbuildings, an outdoor fireplace, and a porch area with permanent shade structure. A mature fruit tree graces the grassy front yard. Great views of the Colorado National Monument, the Bookcliffs, and glimpses of the beautiful Grand Valley.
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