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160 acres Gould, CO $4,250,000

160 acres Gould, CO

Jackson County Seth Hayden Hayden Outdoors-Wyoming

Type: Residential 7 Beds | 2 Baths

Offered to you is an exclusive high end property that would make a wonderful mountain escape for a variety of uses such as; family retreat, small business retreat, hunter and/or fishing group, summertime hikers or winter sports enthusiast/handicapped accessible unit. The ranch is 160 acres in holding (surrounded by national forest). It has an 8,000 square foot home, and a 1,000 foot apartment with connecting breezeway and dock. The ranch has 7 lakes and ponds, (the largest 7 acre lake shapes around the house for stunning views, great fishing, comfortable dock sitting/fishing and a swimming area). There are many connecting streams and over a mile of the North Fork of the Michigan river runs through it.. Both the house and apartment have spectacular views of the Craigs, Never Summer Mountain range and an eastern view of the Rocky Mountain National Forest. The ranch is at 9,000 feet, located southwest of Gould, Colorado about 15 minutes away from the top of Poudre Canyon one of Colorado??s best hiking passes and Scenic Byway??s. It is 30 minutes from the town of Walden (the Moose viewing capital of the state), 1 hour and 10 minutes from Steamboat Springs (for extravagant skiing and shopping indulgences) and about 1 hours from Fort Collins. The owner also has a new hanger in Walden for medium to large size jets and two suburban vehicles (rented at additional fees). Walden??s airport has a 5900 ft runway. Finally, the ranch has a full time ranch manager with a home at the entrance of the ranch (I mile away) for any assistance that guests may need. The main house has four bedrooms (sleeps 10 ten) and five baths with a huge two story great room with fireplace, and gourmet kitchen. It also has a partially finished full basement with two additional bedrooms. It is completely furnished with modern western dcor and the home has internet and cable. The apartment has two bedrooms each with private bath, kitchenette, family room, gas fireplaces, TV and internet. Guests could choose to simply stay on the ranch for an amazing Western experience. Here there are miles of hiking trails and cobbled roads that wind around and through the ranch with gazebos and resting, whole log benches. The seven lakes and ponds were designed by Aquatic Alternatives with sustainable cold water fisheries and stocked with native McConaughey Trout (raised from eggs on the ranch), Rainbow Trout, as well as, Brown Trout who have entered the ranch via the river. In addition, there is over a mile of the North Fork of the Michigan River that winds through the ranch. If you choose to wander off the ranch there is skiing, shopping, and thousands of acres of the great Rocky Mountains to explore. The ranch offers a truly exceptional rocky mountain escape for one and all.

5,600 acres Walden, CO $2,750,000

5,600 acres Walden, CO

Jackson County Hall and Hall Hall and Hall

Type: Acreage

Comprised of approximately 5,600+/- total acres (1,471+/- deeded), the water rights, irrigated meadows and expansive pasture of this operating ranch are complimented by hunting and fishing resources along Owl Creek and the Michigan River. The ranch is located on well maintained roads 8 miles southeast of Walden. $2,750,000

480 acres Coalmont, CO $2,000,000

480 acres Coalmont, CO

Jackson County Rick Peden Hayden Outdoors

Type: Residential 4 Beds | 2 Baths

The ranch is enhanced by scenic beauty and has endless recreation opportunities as well as being located on the summer and winter wildlife ranges for antelope, deer and elk. It has been known to receive a lion or bear as guests in the past. The owner tells stories of having the resident deer come near while he quietly made it known that all are welcome here. One elderly antelope gentleman actually greets the owners when they are coming to or leaving from the property. There are always elk, deer, and antelope visible in the early morning or late evening either in the lower meadow or can be found gossiping at the salt lick. A tributary of Colorado Creek flows through the length of the property located in the lower meadow area, and has been known to produce a good fight between a fly rod and a Brown Trout, and perhaps a Brookie or two. Although the owner does not regularly hunt now, he has harvested trophy elk, and deer from the property, which is located on the backside of Mexican Ridge, and within a mile of the Routt National Forest boundary. Excellent fishing may also be found in the pristine waters of Seymore Reservoir, Teal and Tiago Lakes, and the well-known fisheries of Delaney Buttes and Lake John. Like to ski; Steamboat Springs is located approximately 40 miles from the property, or can be reached via the rustic road over Buffalo Pass for summer 4 wheeling, or winter snow machining. Electricity, satellite TV, and even cell service, although limited, is available. This a truly "A Nice Place To Hang Your Hat!"

137 acres Walden, CO $1,500,000

137 acres Walden, CO

Jackson County Hall and Hall Hall and Hall

Type: Acreage

This scenic mountain retreat features two miles of the Illinois River and a custom log home overlooking the river valley and surrounding mountain ranges. The river meanders through the middle of the 137+/- acre ranch, providing miles of trout fishing and lush riparian habitat for a variety of wildlife, particularly moose and waterfowl. The 3,500+/- square foot home was custom built with full round logs and features an open floor plan with large native rock fireplace, two bedrooms plus bunk room, 2.5 baths and large covered wraparound deck highlighted by stunning views of the jagged Never Summer Mountains. From its private setting the property has easy access to the paved highway and to the national forest that surrounds the valley on three sides. This turnkey property is located approximately 20 miles from Walden, 30 miles from Granby, 50 miles from Winter Park ski area, and 65 miles from Steamboat Springs.

126.22 acres Coalmont, CO $353,500

126.22 acres Coalmont, CO

Jackson County Rick Peden Hayden Outdoors

Type: Acreage w/House

This is a great place to hang out and enjoy peace and tranquility. The property is located in a remote area, but remains 30 minutes to downtown Steamboat Springs, home to World Class Skiing, and soaking in the hot springs at Strawberry Park.The entrance to the property easement is located midway between Steamboat Springs and Walden, and is accessed at the State Land Board Trust entrance between MM4 and MM5 on Hwy 14. Parcel is approximately two miles SW of the gate.North Park has been the summer home for various Indian Tribes in the past who would gather to hunt buffalo, and trade with trappers. The meadows grow an abundance of high protein hay which is fed to cattle in the winter. In addition to its history, several species of wildlife have thrived along with a moose herd which was brought in to the Park in the mid seventies. The parcel has excellent views of the snowcapped mountains, which change with the seasons. The owner and his family have enjoyed camping, hunting, and snowmobiling on the property.A recent survey, which is available for review by any potential buyer discloses 126.224 acres, which sustains sagebrush, various grass, aspen and pine trees. The wildflowers are abundant in the season, and in the fall, the colors of the aspen leaves are very vivid. For those who are looking for quiet solitude, the wildlife is abundant and watchable.The property has provided successful hunts for elk and deer which have been harvested in the past. Although the property does not have water for fishing, the various blue ribbon waters, high mountain lakes and streams located nearby, offer any angler a challenge with a fly or spinning rod. World Class skiing is thirty minutes away in Steamboat Springs, and can also be enjoyed at several other areas which are close by. Recreation is only limited to the imagination, and therefore unlimited.This is an excellent property which offers an opportunity to build a cabin, or just a peaceful place to park and enjoy the scenery. Location is within reasonable driving distance from the surrounding areas of Steamboat Springs, Granby, Winter Park, Fort Collins, Cheyenne, Saratoga, Laramie, Cheyenne, and Denver. DIA is approximately 3 hours and from there, wherever.Although there are no utilities to the property, solar, wind, and propane generators are available on the market, which could be used to provide heat and light to any future property improvements.

30.29 acres Walden, CO $239,000

30.29 acres Walden, CO

Jackson County Rick Peden Hayden Outdoors

Type: Acreage w/House

Connor Creek Ranch was homesteaded by Michael Connor and his wife in the late 1800's and still remains a working ranch producing hay, livestock and also supports an abundance of wildlife. Several 35 acre Homesteads have been established offering great views of the Medicine Bows and Continental Divide Ranges.The property is located approximately 15 miles SE of Walden on CO Hwy 14 and the main entrance, midway between MM 48 and 49. Upon entering the ranch, it is a short drive to the parcel. Each Homestead is approximately 35 acres and has an indicated building envelop, which cannot be seen by the neighboring owners. All sites include trees which act as a visible barrier to the neighbor.A few homesteads were plated when the ranch was subdivided, offering opportunities for buyers to build a dream retreat. A Conservation Easement was established to maintain the beauty and intergrity of the area with the intent of open space presentation and the continuance of ranching which still exists today.For those seeking quiet solitude, sitting on a front porch watching eagles soar, while appreciating the magnitude of the surrounding mountain range, enjoying a cup of coffee may be all that is required. The world class skiing in Steamboat Springs, Winter Park or Keystone is only an hour or two drive; and if you like golf and a good soak in the Hobo Pool, Saratoga is an hour drive. Although there is no hunting allowed on the ranch, great hunting is available on the State and Federal Lands nearby. Fishing is the ponds is allowed and even more is available on any one of the number of lakes and rivers in North Park.The designated building envelopes may be fenced and the balance of the parcels are leased back from CCR for livestock grazing and are subsequently assessed as Agriculture.Connor Creek is the water source, which is used as irrigation for the main ranch and also serves as a water source for the lakes and ponds.Michael Connor and his wife homesteaded their ranch in the late 1800's. North Park was a mountain oasis offering an abundance of water with which to support cattle and at one time large numbers of sheep as well as irrigation for the lush meadows producing high protein hay. Connor Creek Ranch, which has been in continuous operation for over 100 years still is in the business of growing high mountain cattle and high protein hay. The Homesteads were later subdivided off and several folks have built homes and for the most part are living on the property year round.CCR is a working ranch which offers the opportunity to build a home and live in rural surrounding, while still being withing reasonable driving distance of the surrounding cities of Fort Collins, Cheyenne, Laramie, Saratoga, Steamboat Springs, Granby, Winter Park and Denver. DIA is three hours from Walden and from there - Wherever.Utilities are in place to the property building envelope and a planning and building committee exists to ensure that each structure conforms to the intent of the covenants.
280 acres Walden, CO

280 acres Walden, CO

$1,700,000 Jackson County

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