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538 acres Fort Collins, CO $4,500,000

538 acres Fort Collins, CO

Larimer County Eddie Bohn Eddie Bohn Real Estate LLC

Type: Acreage

PROPERTY IS NOT AVAILABLE FOR SALE AT THIS TIME Please do not contact me via email. Telephone only. Please call me for a color brochure complete with dozens of photos, detailed property maps and additional information. The photos that appear in the photo tour are for informational purposes. Click the 'Helpful Files' tab above to download the ultra-high quality .pdf files that make up the brochure (including: photos, maps, full property information sheet, and information on past thoroughbred racing winners from Middlefield Farm). ACREAGE: The shape of the Middlefield farms is nearly square with the North Poudre Irrigation Canal running from the West to East through the middle of the property, with the center-pivot sprinkler North of Canal. The Larimer County assessor's records have a total of 538 deeded acres. 225 acres are watered by a 13 tower Zimmatic Sprinkler with an additional 88 acres watered by flood irrigation via pumps and North Poudre Irrigation headgates. The North and East sides of the farm have been sub-divided with the East home sites sold and on the North 13 home sites from 3 to 5 acres are not yet sold. This property is known as Canyon Ranch Estates RLUP. The balance of the farm is in orchard, horse paddocks, and permanent pasture. IMPROVEMENTS: The shape of the Middlefield Farms is nearly square with the North Poudre Irrigation Canal running from West to East through the middle of the property, with a center-pivot sprinkler North of the Canal. The Larimer County assessor's records have a total of 538 deeded acres. 225 acres are watered by a 13 tower Zimmatic Sprinkler with an additional 88 acres watered by flood irrigation via pumps and North Poudre Irrigation headgates. The North and East sides of the farm have been sub-divided with the East home sites sold and on the North 13 home sites from 3 to 5 acres are not yet sold. This property is known as Canyon Rancy Estates RLUP. The balance of the farm is in orchard, horse paddocks and permanent. The main residence was remodeled in 1994 and enlarged to 2,717 square feet. It has a large front living room with a rock fireplace, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, and a large country kitchen with old-time wood-burning stove in addition to modern appliances. The second residence is a modular home built by Glenbrook 1976 with 2098 square feet one story, three bedrooms, 2 baths, fireplace, and cathedral ceiling! The guest residence is a one story home, attached with 2 car garage, 2 bedroom, 1 bath with 1013 Sq Ft. Both the main and second residence share a 2829 sq ft detached shop/garage. The garage is 24x24 and is attached to a 40x48 shop with full concrete floor, insulated, finished walls, and double overhead garage door open. The show/sale barn 13,600 sq feet, is a metal pole barn manufactured by "Wicks" there are four basic area uses within the barn. The south side is open to the paddocks, which are fenced cow stalls. The North side has three rooms used for storage and miscellaneous activities. The floor in the North portion is in concrete. The center section is used as a Sale Barn with heater and restroom. The restroom has a shower stall, toilet and sink. The center west section is open and has six stalls and five doors to the southern portion of the barn. The are six Wick metal and wood horse loafing sheds 24x12 and on shed/barn 64x24 with four stalls 14x16 with automatic watering troughs like all the pasturs on the farm There is a 3 acre and a 22 acre lake on the farm. They are both spring fed and clear to the bottom.The 22 acre lake is 30 ft deep with almost a mile of shoreline. Both Lakes are stocked with bass, brown trout, brook trout, and Donaldson steel heads. Goose hunting on the farm's center-pivot sprinkler is the best in Larimer County. Deer and antelope frequent the area. Occasionally elk come from the nearby mountains to nibble on apples. Last year the first moose was seen eating apples from the trees.
 
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