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46,790 acres Trinidad, CO $23,400,000

46,790 acres Trinidad, CO

Las Animas County Ken Mirr Mirr Ranch Group

Type: Acreage w/House 4 Beds | 2 Baths

With over 46,700 deeded acres, the JE Canyon Ranch represents one of Colorados largest private ranches and wildlife preserves on the market today. Situated in southeastern Colorados canyon country, the property includes unique red rock canyons that rival those in southern Utah. Nine miles of the Purgatoire River run through the ranch, as well as other streams and riparian areas, creating a vast wilderness that form a mosaic of interconnected canyons and mesas. It is a premier wildlife ranch with tags available for trophy mule deer and bighorn sheep, elk and numerous other animals. It is also a repository of fascinating geologic, archaeological and historic heritage sites including prehistoric rock art, and abandoned pioneer homesteads. Offered in cooperation with Corwin Brown & Associates, Inc.

21,955.5 acres Trinchera, CO $8,013,757

21,955.5 acres Trinchera, CO

Las Animas County Sam Middleton Chas. S. Middleton and Son

Type: River Property

Location: The Trinchera Creek Ranch is located adjacent to the small community of Trinchera in the Heart of Southeast Colorado. Acres: 21,955.5 +/- deeded acres, more or less. Terrain: The terrain is diverse, ranging from scenic live water creek bottoms and gently rolling prairie lands to elevated timbered mesa sideslopes. Water: The ranch has an abundance of live water along Trinchera Creek and several tributary creeks. Other water sources include wells, pipeline waterings and earthen ponds. Water quality is good. Access: Access to the ranch is by paved highway frontage and graded county roads. Hunting/Recreation: Good populations of antelope are found in the plains country, with mule deer, turkey and elk common in the more protected areas of the ranch. Bear and lion are also sighted on occasion. Improvements: Improvements include a modest home along with outbuildings and pens. Remarks: This ranch has been under the same family ownership for over 100 years and this is the first time the property has been offered for sale. Price: $365.00 per deeded acre

8,746.71 acres Kim, CO $5,750,000

8,746.71 acres Kim, CO

Las Animas County Greg Liddle Hayden Outdoors

Type: Acreage w/House 7 Beds | 3 Baths

May Ranch - Land, Cattle and Trophy Mule Deer!8100 acres of Trophy Mule Deer, Land and Cattle!$5,750,000 (+/ - $710 per acre)The May Ranch, Las Animas County, Southeast Colorado, aproven world-class trophy mule deer producer, has justbeen released tothe market for the first time in over half a century. Originally part of the JJ Cattle Company, a turn of the century ranch that encompassed land from the Kansas State line to the Sangre De Christos, the May Ranch is the discriminating landowners treasure. The May Ranch's varied terrain consists of roughly 35% manicured round-top mesa, and the balance comprisedof benches, canyons, and valleys. There are over 30 miles of canyons, dozens of miles of game-holding benches, and approximately 100 miles of two-track ranch roads that access almost every nook, cranny, and valley. The ranch is well watered, featuring 40+ dirt tanks, +/- 12 miles of water lines and drinkers, and natural springs that have been in place to support cattle production and wildlife management.ACCESSBeing but 3.5 hours drive from Amarillo, Texas, 3 hours from Denver, and 70 minutes est of I -25, the ranch is very accessible with county maintained roads to the front gate. The La Junta Municipal airport, which is jet capable, is just 50 Miles away. And, the ranch even has its own grass air strip, but would need a little work to make it usable.HEADQUARTERS & IMPROVEMENTSThe ranch is turn-key, with a well maintained main-residence brick house, a brick guest house and 2-4 person bunk house (hunters cabin). Working cattle pens, barn, miles and miles of fencing and cross-fencing are all in usable and good working condition. The ranch even has an old abandoned grassairstrip, should one wish to bring up to current standards. All wells, pipelines and drinkers are in good working condition.TROPHY MULE DEER AND ELK TAGS Being located in a Colorado Big Game Unit, that has historically provided 100% success for rifle deer drawings, is one of the many reasons why the ranch has become THE TROPHY MULE DEER Producer. What good is having aworld-class mule deer producing propertyif one can not get a tag? One of the canyons on the ranch has produced over 30 bucks 180 or better. The ranch record, said to be 6th in the world, and numerous 180 to 220 gross bucks, have been the norm. The ranch also qualifies for enrollmentinto Colorado's very coveted Ranching for Wildlife Program, allowing for very long deer seasons, and 100 % provided land-owner deer vouchers,(always check regulations). For elk, the May Ranch lies smack dab in the middle of Colorado's Plains Elk Units, with liberal tags allowing rifle seasons from Sept 1 - Jan 31. Unlimited tags per hunter are available (check regulations). Bulls in excess of 350-390 have been documented in these units.TURKEYS, COVES AND ROCK PEGEONS With up to 200 Merriam turkeys roosting behind the headquarters most evenings, and thousands of doves and rock pigeons hitting the waterholes and feed every evening, the ranchprovides a bird-hunter's experience that perhaps only Argentina could equal.HABITATIt??s very common to see 60 to 100 mule deer ona morning drive across the ranch. The historical land management of May Ranch is what sets this ranch apart from others. For 30+ years the ranch's habitat has been creativelythinned from Pinion/Pinion juniper , being placedback to native grasses, leaving select pockets of cover remaining on the round-top mesa. Coupled with select clearing and proscribed fire management, the May Ranch has created some of the finest trophy mule deer habitat in existence. This habitat would take a lifetime to recreate. The 40+ dirt tanks dispersed across the ranch have allowed for water sources for elk and trophy mule deer while supporting managed cattle rotation for income.INCOMEThe ranch has consistently carried from 150 - 400 headof cattle annually. Combined with tree & landscape material sales and hunting, potential income could range from $200,000 to $450,000 annually. (These figures will vary based on moisture, cattle prices and economic factors.) CALL TODAY!How does one compare 8100 acres of deeded land with a lifetime of management investments? Land holdings of this size are getting harder and harder to obtain.The beauty, incredible character of the land, ranch management &history, quality of game, value per acre, all coupled with income availability, puts the May Ranch of Las Animas County in a league all of its own. Call today for a very select and qualified showing. Greg Liddle 970-946-0374. Co-Brokers welcome.

1,544 acres Trinidad, CO $2,900,000

1,544 acres Trinidad, CO

Las Animas County A.J. Mangum Hayden Outdoors

Type: Acreage w/House 3 Beds | 1 Bath

The 1,544-acre Broyles Ranch, located 20 minutes east of Trinidad, Colorado, offers an incredible investment opportunity on multiple levels, thanks to its unparalleled water rights, thriving trophy game population, flourishing hay crops, lucrative gravel operation, and exclusive access to a 1/2-mile stretch of the Purgatoire River.Broyles Ranch??s water rights, among the region??s most valuable, are not regulated by a water conservancy district. These water rights allow the owners to pump from the Purgatoire River 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. With 141.6 acre-feet of water available to the ranch each year, the current owners have developed a thriving hay operation, irrigating approximately 120 acres and producing 250 tons per year of lush alfalfa and alfalfa-grass mix in a time when many ag operations throughout the West struggle due to a lack of access to irrigation water.In addition, the ranch has a 700-foot well, equipped with an automatic timer, that pumps water daily through a network of underground pipelines, supplying water to several tanks strategically located on pastures throughout the ranch.Elk, deer, antelope, turkey, pheasant and other game thrive on the ranch, which for years served as the headquarters for a successful guiding and outfitting business. Herds of elk numbering a hundred or more have been seen on the ranch; trophy elk and ??monster mulies?? are harvested frequently.The ranch has a developed gravel pit, under state permit, with approximately 30,000 tons of roadbase (estimated value $180,000) stockpiled, with vast quantities of roadbase-quality gravel still untapped on the ranch.

3,577 acres Kim, CO $2,860,000

3,577 acres Kim, CO

Las Animas County Greg Liddle Hayden Outdoors

Type: Acreage w/House 3 Beds | 2 Baths

World Class Trophy Mule Deer, Elk, Whitetails, Antelope, Turkeys, Bear and Lion +/- 3,500 acres 50 minutes east of Trinidad, CO.Lying in the very heart of the Mesa de Maya range, the Tobe Creek Mesa Ranch, includes the very best of the best. A working cattle ranch for generations, Tobe Creek Mesa Ranch includes a comfortable 3 bedroom/2 bath ranch house, barn (original headquarters) and +/- 3500 acres of the very best hunting habitat for the discriminating sportsman. Also includes exclusive hunting rights & tags for +/- 8,000 adjacent deeded acres. Originally the Reed Ranch, this is a once in a lifetime opportunity to own the very best habit for monster mule deer, year-round elk herd, and big whitetails along the creek bottom and flats. Offered at $800 per acre, ($2.8 million), including the improvements of the 3B/2B ranch house, barn and small bunkhouse, this ranch delivers so much more. Seller/owner would like to offer the hunting rights and tags for the entire +/-12,500 ranch in exchange for grazing rights on the 3,500 acres up until Aug 31 of each year. While not being actively hunted for years, the ranch has been highly sought after by outfitters for its game holding habit, trophy quality game and its seclusion and protection from the public. Plus it??s just gorgeous! Mule deer have been documented in the 240 + range, whitetails to 175, elk exceeding 300 + annually.

3,103 acres Trinidad, CO $2,300,000

3,103 acres Trinidad, CO

Las Animas County George Clift, ALC Clift Land Brokers

Type: Acreage w/House 4 Beds | 3.5 Baths | 5589 SqFt

Southeastern Colorado Recreational Ranch. 3,103 +/- Acres plus improvements. Beautiful views and attention to detail is what this home is all about. With the vantage point at the top of a plateau you can see for miles and miles across this beautiful valley. This home is a large spacious, ~ 5,589 square foot, four bedroom, 3.5 bathroom retreat with a gorgeous gourmet kitchen, an exercise room, a family room, a living room, a laundry room/mud room, and so much more. As you walk in the front door you are greeted by beautiful wall etchings that set the stage for what you can expected in the rest of the home. The staircase immediately invites you up to the loft and into a cozy study. On the main floor of this home, in addition the accommodations already mentioned, you will find some very special touches, such as, pan ceilings trimmed in wood beams, floor to ceiling windows to enhance the magnificent views, tongue and groove ceilings, and a floor to ceiling see through fireplace. Both the fireplace on the living room side and the fireplace on the family room side are made of stones gathered from the Trinidad area. The centerpiece of the Master Bedroom is another stone fireplace flanked by tall roll out windows. Access to the deck is provided by double glass doors on one end of the room Topping off this beautiful room is a nice sitting area, wood floors, and a pan ceiling with wood beam trim. For the cook in the family there is nicely appointed gourmet kitchen with custom cabinets, granite countertops, and stainless steel appliances, including a built in Sub Zero Refrigerator and a Sub Zero Wolf Range. The cute guest house has two bedrooms, one bathroom, one living area, and a kitchen. The delightful front porch offers your guests the perfect place to relax at the end of the day. Improvements include a 30 x 40 workshop with an office and a lean to on both sides. There is also an 18 x 30 horse barn with a lean to, four stalls, a tack room, and a wet bar. This property will be shown by appointment only.

35 acres Weston, CO $1,250,000

35 acres Weston, CO

Las Animas County Home Office United Country Real Estate

Type: Acreage w/House 4 Beds | 3 Baths | 5200 SqFt

Magnificent southwestern home on 35 acres, with attention to every detail, this 5,200+ sq ft home has a ''top of the world'' feel with commanding views of the Sangre de Cristo mountain range. Chef's kitchen, 4 bedroom, 3 bathroom, and sophisticated architectural details throughout. 2 levels of kivas, latilla & wood ceilings, saltillo tile & spacious and private patios all in view of the elk herds grazing below.

35.1 acres Gulnare, CO $995,000

35.1 acres Gulnare, CO

Las Animas County Home Office United Country Real Estate

Type: Acreage w/House 5 Beds | 5 Baths | 5900 SqFt

Mansion-sized log home and separate guest quarters secluded in highly regarded Spirit Mountain Ranch. On 35 acres - the main house has 4 BR, 4 bath, 30'wood/gas fireplace. Upscale appliances, massive quality log construction. Gorgeous, refined woodwork and hardware. Impressive cascading water feature visible from entire home. Guest quarters include rec room, bath, workshop, and large loft living area.

35.3 acres Weston, CO $935,000

35.3 acres Weston, CO

Las Animas County A.J. Mangum Hayden Outdoors

Type: Residential 5 Beds | 4 Baths

Located on 35 acres, this beautiful 3,830 sf log home features 5 bedrooms, 2 full baths and 2 half-baths, a state of the art kitchen, and other amenities that make it an ideal corporate retreat ?? or tranquil first or second home for owners who value space, security, privacy and all manner of outdoor recreation.Amenities include a fireplace, hardwood floors, granite countertops, high ceilings, a central vacuum system, a jacuzzi tub, office space, and a spacious downstairs area (complete with a hardwood bar) that can serve as a family room, game room, home theater, or conference room.Located west of Trinidad, Colorado, and part of the incredible Eagles Landing ranch development, the property is easily accessed from Hwy 12. With its hilltop location and a maintenance-free wraparound porch, the home offers unsurpassed views of the surrounding ranching valleys, as well as the Spanish Peaks, Sangre de Cristos, Fisher Peak and Wheeler Peak. Wildlife thrive on the property, and elk herds numbering in the hundreds are a common sight from the living-room window.The detached two-car garage fits two large vehicles, with ample storage space remaining. The attached shop provides an ideal space for woodworking or other crafts.The property includes a meadow that would make an ideal pasture for saddle horses. There are limitless hiking and riding opportunities (horses or bikes), and Trinidad Lake, Monument Lake, North Lake and the Purgatoire River are minutes away. Santa Fe, New Mexico, is 3 hours south; Colorado Springs is 2 1/2 hours north.

1,689.12 acres Aguilar, CO $845,000

1,689.12 acres Aguilar, CO

Las Animas County Gene Cruikshank Cruikshank Realty, Inc.

Type: Acreage

This 1,689 acres of the Rim Rock Ranch has been split from a larger adjoining ranch. This acreage is more picturesque with a little more character. The RimRock Ranch is situated west of I-25 between Trinidad and Walsenburg, CO., about 60 miles south of Pueblo, CO. at the Aguilar exit. Old Highway 85 is the east boundary for approximately 3 miles and joins the Aguilar exit from I-25. The terrain varies from flat grassland to more rugged treed and rocky foothills. Old historic coal mines can be found and explored throughoutthe Ranch. Wildlife on the RimRock Ranch includes elk, bear, mountain lions, and deer. This Ranch offers livestock ranching opportunities, a great place to develop a home site headquarters, or a weekend recreational getaway.

35.1 acres Weston, CO $795,000

35.1 acres Weston, CO

Las Animas County Home Office United Country Real Estate

Type: Acreage w/House 4 Beds | 3 Baths | 5200 SqFt

Magnificent southwestern home on 35 acres, with attention to every detail, this 5,200+ sq ft home has a ''top of the world'' feel with commanding views of the Sangre de Cristo mountain range. Chef's kitchen, 4br/3bath and sophisticated architectural details throughout. 2 levels of kivas, latilla & wood ceilings, saltillo tile & spacious and private patios all in view of the elk herds grazing below. Furnishings and equipment also available!

105 acres Trinidad, CO $775,000

105 acres Trinidad, CO

Las Animas County Gina Raye Colorado Land Properties

Type: Acreage w/House 3 Beds | 2 Baths | 2872 SqFt

Hand-crafted log home on an 105-acre estate, situated on it's own very private promontory in popular Santa Fe Trail Ranch. Gorgeous views in three directions. This 2872 sq ft home was featured in Architectural Digest, and it's custom design includes details like hand-crafted railings, imported marble and much more. 576 sq ft detached garage (also custom log), water system and complete utility package are included. The 105 acre parcel consists of Lots B-39, B-40 and B-91 in Santa Fe Trail Ranch. Unique in style, location and privacy.

960 acres Kim, CO $768,000

960 acres Kim, CO

Las Animas County Greg Liddle Hayden Outdoors

Type: Acreage w/House 3 Beds | 1 Bath

Jones Family Homestead- Located approximately 22 miles north of Kim, Colorado, the Jones Family Homestead is one of Colorado??s greatest ranch values. This 960 deeded acres, comprising of round-top mesa, ranch land, canyons, and +/- 160 acres of dry land farm ground, has been in the same family since early 1900??s, providing income and hunting for generations of the Jones family.This property includes a comfortable 3 bedroom/1 bath farm house on power, that would make an excellent weekend cabin for the land owner, a couple of barns and garages for storing your ATV??s and farm equipment, and lots of ground to go play. It is the ideal farm/ranch/recreational property, complete with waterline operated drinkers for cattle and wildlife. Some interesting canyons not only provide additional character for this property, but also cover for the abundant deer (both whitetails and mules), Merriams Turkeys, bear, bobcat and the occasional mountain lion.The ranch has provided a family income on cattle, carrying approximately 65 pair a year, and drawing 1-2 landowner deer tags a year. One of the best features of this area east of I-25 is the Plains Elk Units, allowing for unlimited tags from September 1-January 31 each year, and no limit per person on how many tags one wishes to purchase.It would be very difficult to replace this land, let alone the improvements, at this price in todays market. Priced to sell quickly, this is sportsman's buy!Co-brokers welcome.

10 acres Trinidad, CO $700,000

10 acres Trinidad, CO

Las Animas County Home Office United Country Real Estate

Type: Commercial

Prime commercial opportunity located in Trinidad Industrial Park. Excellent I-25 access and visibility. 175 foot clear span option; 12' to 18' ceilings; 3 overhead doors. 30,000 total sq.footage with 5,200 sq.ft of flexible office space. Approx. 26,000 sq.ft. of heated manufacturing space. 10 acre parcel allows for expansion.

0.01 acres Trinidad, CO $695,000

0.01 acres Trinidad, CO

Las Animas County Home Office United Country Real Estate

Type: Residential 5 Beds | 5 Baths

The enchanted Tarabino Inn Bed and Breakfast in historic home built in 1908. 5 suite/rooms in quiet, residential setting. Easy walk to historic downtown Trinidad CO restaurants, galleries & shopping. Beautifully restored Italianate Victorian architecture. Private owner quarters on lower level. Great ambiance and reputation. Well established clientele! Turnkey and profitable business opportunity. More photos to follow.
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