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$1,500,000  •  320 acres
Property Description Spring Hill Ranch, a 320-acre farming and hunting, and livestock property in Pleasant View, Colorado blends spacious living with extensive agricultural opportunities, all surrounded by breathtaking natural beauty, views of the San Juan Mountains, and abundant wildlife. The ranch is located just 6 miles from Canyon of the Ancients and is close to Mesa Verde National Park. Cortez Regional Airport is 30 minutes away and several popular ski resorts are under two hours away. The 2,400 sq ft updated home is designed for comfort and style, featuring 4 spacious bedrooms and 2 modern bathrooms. The property also includes a 6,300 sq. ft. shop complete with electricity, as well as a loafing shed and corrals perfect for livestock management. There are 225 acres under irrigation for high-yield farming with 274.9 acres that has adjudicated water rights through the Dolores Water Conservancy District (DWCD), ensuring ample water supply. The property also includes approximately 70 acres of livestock pasture with a sub-irrigated spring-fed draw adorned with pinyon, juniper, and cottonwood trees, as well as sagebrush, grass, and cattails. The draw is a highway for Trophy Mule Deer, Elk, Black Bear, and Meriam’s Turkey. Location Located in Pleasant View, Colorado (Montezuma, County) 30 minutes to Cortez Regional Airport 24 miles from Cortez 10 minutes from the Dolores River at the Bradfield bridge 30 minutes from Mesa Verde National Park 1 hour from Durango 1 hour and 20 minutes to Purgatory Ski Resort 1 hour and 28 minutes to Telluride Ski Resort 1 hour and 40 minutes from Moab, Utah Improvements House: 2,400 sq ft updated 4 spacious bedrooms and 2 modern bathrooms Custom river rock hearth and timber mantle Built-in custom bookshelf and gun cabinet Large family-sized dining bar and separate dining area Expansive living area, large entryway, and practical mudroom Shop and Outbuildings: 6,300 sq. ft. shop with half concrete and half dirt floors, equipped with electricity Loafing shed and corrals Chicken coop Small detached garage with a concrete floor and electrical setup Additional space for gardening ell-maintained lawn, landscaping, mature trees, and shrubs Topography This 320-acre ranch is rolling with a spring fed draw through the middle of the property. Agricultural fields encompass the remainder of the acreage with 225 acres under irrigation for high-yield farming. Pinyon, Juniper, and Cottonwood trees, as well as sagebrush, grass, and cattails give the property great vegetation for wildlife. Stunning views of the San Juan Mountains and the surrounding area from the high elevation this property is situated. The land has excellent drainage, and a small lake could be built in the draw. The ranch has road frontage on two sides which gives easy access to all areas of the property, as well as being a blanket for future development. Water and Irrigation Modern septic system and M&I water tap. Water wells can also be drilled on the property. Advanced irrigation system featuring Zimmatic pivots and siderolls. Allocated 274.9 acres through the Dolores Water Conservancy District (DWCD), ensuring ample water supply. Wildlife Located at the North end of Game Management Unit 72, the property is rich in wildlife, including Elk, Trophy Mule Deer, Turkey, Coyote, Mountain Lion, Bobcat, and Black Bear. It is a historic hunting ground, with the World Record Non-Typical Mule Deer taken in Montezuma County (1972) scoring 306" Boone and Crockett, and the World Record Typical Mule Deer in neighboring Dolores County (1972) scoring 226 4/8". It is a mecca for wildlife due to its location and excellent food sources. Elk Mule Deer Bear Mountain Lion Merriam’s turkey Dove Roads and Fences A very good road system provides access to all corners of the ranch. The property also has County Road frontage on the South and West boundaries of the property. The property is fully fenced for enhanced security and efficient livestock management. Utilities Electricity is on-site. House is on private septic. Easements None Minerals None 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.
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