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505 acres Bailey, CO $7,700,000

505 acres Bailey, CO

Park County Live Water Properties Live Water Properties

Type: River House

North Fork Ranch is being offered in its entirety or available in parcels:  Parcel 1 is comprised of 255 acres with the main lodge, cabins, owners home, riding arena, bunk houses, shop and barns. In addition, this parcel offers access to both sides of the South Fork of the North Platte River. $5,100,000 Parcel 2 encompasses 250 acres with the historic Stonehenge Mansion that is situated on the north bank of the river with spectacular views of surrounding peaks. $2,800,000 Located in Bailey, Colorado, in Park County, the North Fork Ranch is an ideal secluded corporate retreat or private family getaway. This 505-acre ranch has exceptional recreational opportunities all within a 1-hour drive to Denver. With over half a mile of the North Fork of the South Platte River flowing through the property, the ranch offers excellent fly fishing a stone’s throw from the lodge. This Orvis-endorsed lodge and ranch operation enjoys guided trophy trout fishing for anglers of all skill levels. Built in the 1950s, the Wild Horse Lodge has five beautifully appointed guest suites. The southwestern style Stonehenge Lodge boasts six guest rooms, three common areas with custom finishes. The ranch can accommodate up to 40 guests and is an exceptional equestrian property and fly fishing retreat. For non-anglers, the ranch provides direct access to the bordering Pike National Forest where there is unlimited hiking and horseback riding in both the Lost Creek and Mount Evans Wilderness areas. The numerous vantage points on the upper portions of the ranch offer 360-degree views from the Continental Divide to Pike’s Peak. Rarely is there an offering with such rich recreational activities in close proximity to the conveniences of a major metro area. North Fork Ranch is comprised of 505 deeded acres with approximately ½ mile of the North Fork of the South Platte River and roughly 2 ¼ miles of shared boundary with the national forest. The terrain varies from green irrigated lawns around the lodge, corrals, and cabins leading to gently undulating timber ground and scenic rock outcroppings. Towering pines and quaking aspens cover the entire property offering rich habitat for a host of wildlife visitors. The main ranch is mostly flat with easy access to each the Wild Horse Lodge, Homestead Cabin, Klondike Cabin, with the Stonehenge Lodge just across the river, accessed via a charming stone bridge. The grounds surrounding the ranch amenities have been meticulously maintained to offer easy transition from the pathways to the river’s edge, all of which are manicured tastefully as not to disturb the natural setting.  The upper elevations of the ranch offer dramatic views in every direction, with awe-inspiring Rocky Mountain vistas including Pike’s Peak, the rugged Continental Divide, Shawnee Peak as well as the aspen-lined beauty of Ben Tyler Gulch across the valley. This portion of the ranch provides several truly spectacular homesites for future development or additional cabin structure as guest ranch facilities.   Comprised of 4,500 sqft, the Wild Horse Lodge contains 5 comfortable guest suites with private baths. Built in the 1950s, and recently remodeled, the lodge boasts a dining room, state-of-the-art commercial kitchen and 720 sqft of porches. With its country-western décor the Wild Horse Lodge has a spacious great room that is ideal for family gatherings, holiday meals and lends itself well to commercial rental opportunities for small conventions, seminars and meetings. The Stonehenge Lodge, built in the 1930s and remodeled in 2011, contains 3,271 sqft with 6 bedrooms and 3 connected living rooms. The spectacular Santa Fe Suite, located on the upper level, features 3 bedrooms with their own private baths. The Taos Suite, located on the main level, has 2 bedrooms with private baths. The Mesa, a 1-bedroom suite with private bath is located on the lower level. This lodge houses a common social area to enjoy the warm surroundings of one of its 3 sitting rooms and impressive fireplaces. Built into the surrounding hillside, this southwestern show piece is an exceptional lodge with private porches that look out over the ranch towards the spectacular views of the Platte River Mountains. The 1,709 sqft Homestead cabin, built in 1910 and remodeled in 2008, has 5 bedrooms, 3 baths, a spacious common living room with a fireplace, sitting area and a convenient coffee bar. The Trapper Suite, located on the main level, features a spacious bath, sitting area and queen bed. The Pioneer Suite features 2 bedrooms, a private bath and is located on the main level. The Miner Suite located on the upper level features 2 bedrooms with a large bath and a sitting area. Originally built in the early 1900s the Homestead cabin, tucked into a grove of spruce trees and aspens, is situated at the end of the meadow near the stocked fishing ponds. Recently remodeled with elegant amenities, this cabin has rustic charm.  Recognized as the preferred trophy trout fishery to President Dwight D. Eisenhower and widely regarded as some of the premiere fishing water in Colorado, the North Fork of the South Platte offers exceptional angling opportunities for rainbow trout in a gorgeous setting worthy of such an opponent. Recognized as an Orvis-Endorsed Lodge and Fishery in 2009, the North Fork Ranch offers approximately ½ mile of completely private, exceptionally productive trout habitat. The river has been enhanced by creating numerous structures to retain and recruit trophy trout. Quite literally a stone’s throw from the lodge, the North Fork of the South Platte River offers line-ripping excitement in a sunny, canyon style setting. The boulder work in the river provides excellent riffle-run structures, ideal for high-sticking nymphs deep for lurking trout. And for the budding young anglers, a 1-acre river fed stocked pond offers a family-friendly venue to help develop a passion for the next generation.  Operated by the current owners for nearly 30 years, the 505-acre North Fork Ranch has a rich and profitable history of entertaining guests from around the world. With a string of well-trained horses, guests enjoy riding more than a million acres of Pike National Forest and Lost Creek Wilderness. The ranch is 1 of only 6 Orvis-endorsed properties in Colorado, which speaks volumes about the quality of the guest experience and quality of the fishing. North Fork Ranch has also been featured in these publications: Denver Post, Fort Wayne Journal Gazette, Colorado Springs Gazette and Fairplay Flume. The North Fork Ranch presents an opportunity to offer excellent service as a guest ranch facility or enjoyment of the exceptional lodging and recreational amenities, privately with friends and family.

255 acres Bailey, CO $5,100,000

255 acres Bailey, CO

Park County Live Water Properties Live Water Properties

Type: River House

North Fork Ranch is being offered in its entirety or available in parcels. Ranch Central is comprised of 255 acres with the main lodge, cabins, owners home, riding arena, bunk houses, shop and barns. In addition, this parcel offers access to both sides of the South Fork of the North Platte River. $5,100,000 Located in Bailey, Colorado, in Park County, the North Fork Ranch is an ideal secluded corporate retreat or private family getaway. This 255-acre ranch has exceptional recreational opportunities all within a 1-hour drive to Denver. With over half a mile of the North Fork of the South Platte River flowing through the property, the ranch offers excellent fly fishing a stone’s throw from the lodge. This Orvis-endorsed lodge and ranch operation enjoys guided trophy trout fishing for anglers of all skill levels. Built in the 1950s, the Wild Horse Lodge has five beautifully appointed guest suites. The ranch can accommodate up to ? guests and is an exceptional equestrian property and fly fishing retreat. For non-anglers, the ranch provides direct access to the bordering Pike National Forest where there is unlimited hiking and horseback riding in both the Lost Creek and Mount Evans Wilderness areas. The numerous vantage points on the upper portions of the ranch offer 360-degree views from the Continental Divide to Pike’s Peak. Rarely is there an offering with such rich recreational activities in close proximity to the conveniences of a major metro area. Ranch Central of the North Fork Ranch is comprised of 255 deeded acres with approximately ½ mile of the North Fork of the South Platte River and roughly 2 ¼ miles of shared boundary with the national forest. The terrain varies from green irrigated lawns around the lodge, corrals, and cabins leading to gently undulating timber ground and scenic rock outcroppings. Towering pines and quaking aspens cover the entire property offering rich habitat for a host of wildlife visitors. The main ranch is mostly flat with easy access to each the Wild Horse Lodge, Homestead Cabin and Klondike Cabin. The grounds surrounding the ranch amenities have been meticulously maintained to offer easy transition from the pathways to the river’s edge, all of which are manicured tastefully as not to disturb the natural setting.  The upper elevations of the ranch offer dramatic views in every direction, with awe-inspiring Rocky Mountain vistas including Pike’s Peak, the rugged Continental Divide, Shawnee Peak as well as the aspen-lined beauty of Ben Tyler Gulch across the valley. This portion of the ranch provides several truly spectacular homesites for future development or additional cabin structure as guest ranch facilities. Comprised of 4,500 sqft, the Wild Horse Lodge contains 5 comfortable guest suites with private baths. Built in the 1950s, and recently remodeled, the lodge boasts a dining room, state-of-the-art commercial kitchen and 720 sqft of porches. With its country-western décor the Wild Horse Lodge has a spacious great room that is ideal for family gatherings, holiday meals and lends itself well to commercial rental opportunities for small conventions, seminars and meetings. The 1,709 sqft Homestead cabin, built in 1910 and remodeled in 2008, has 5 bedrooms, 3 baths, a spacious common living room with a fireplace, sitting area and a convenient coffee bar. The Trapper Suite, located on the main level, features a spacious bath, sitting area and queen bed. The Pioneer Suite features 2 bedrooms, a private bath and is located on the main level. The Miner Suite located on the upper level features 2 bedrooms with a large bath and a sitting area. Originally built in the early 1900s the Homestead cabin, tucked into a grove of spruce trees and aspens, is situated at the end of the meadow near the stocked fishing ponds. Recently remodeled with elegant amenities, this cabin has rustic charm. Recognized as the preferred trophy trout fishery to President Dwight D. Eisenhower and widely regarded as some of the premiere fishing water in Colorado, the North Fork of the South Platte offers exceptional angling opportunities for rainbow trout in a gorgeous setting worthy of such an opponent. Recognized as an Orvis-Endorsed Lodge and Fishery in 2009, the North Fork Ranch offers approximately ½ mile of completely private, exceptionally productive trout habitat. The river has been enhanced by creating numerous structures to retain and recruit trophy trout. Quite literally a stone’s throw from the lodge, the North Fork of the South Platte River offers line-ripping excitement in a sunny, canyon style setting. The boulder work in the river provides excellent riffle-run structures, ideal for high-sticking nymphs deep for lurking trout. And for the budding young anglers, a 1-acre river fed stocked pond offers a family-friendly venue to help develop a passion for the next generation. Operated by the current owners for nearly 30 years, the North Fork Ranch has a rich and profitable history of entertaining guests from around the world. With a string of well-trained horses, guests enjoy riding more than a million acres of Pike National Forest and Lost Creek Wilderness. The ranch is 1 of only 6 Orvis-endorsed properties in Colorado, which speaks volumes about the quality of the guest experience and quality of the fishing. North Fork Ranch has also been featured in these publications: Denver Post, Fort Wayne Journal Gazette, Colorado Springs Gazette and Fairplay Flume. The North Fork Ranch presents an opportunity to offer excellent service as a guest ranch facility or enjoyment of the exceptional lodging and recreational amenities, privately with friends and family.

2,080 acres Fairplay, CO $3,100,000

2,080 acres Fairplay, CO

Park County Ken Mirr Mirr Ranch Group

Type: Acreage

The Red Hill Ranch is a stunning 2,080 acre big game sporting and recreational alpine ranch situated at the base of the Mosquito Range and Mt. Silverheels that shares 4 miles of boundary with the Pike National Forest. Just 30 miles from Breckenridge, and 75 miles from Denver, it has aspen groves, firs and bristlecone pines, red rock outcroppings, expansive views of the surrounding mountain ranges, frontage along Trout Creek, bountiful wildlife, and unlimited year round recreation. Featuring: * Only 75 miles from Denver and 85 miles from Colorado Springs * Located just 30 minutes from Breckenridge ski resort * Adjoins the Pike-San Isabel National Forest, for direct access to thousands of acres of hunting, fishing, hiking, camping, snowmobiling, and four-wheeling opportunities. * Fairplay is known as the Official Trout Fishing Capital of Colorado, and world-class fisheries abound from the South Platte River, to hundreds of smaller creeks, to the Spinney, Eleven-Mile, Tarryall, and Antero Reservoirs. * The ranch is home to several herds of elk that winter on Red Hill Ridge. * A herd of Big Horn Sheep, which usually includes 4-5 full curl rams, has been seen regularly on the ranchs Red Hill Ridge. * Included in the sale of the ranch are multiple landowner vouchers for both deer and elk. Contact Ken Mirr or Ed Roberson.

1,500 acres Guffey, CO $2,950,000

1,500 acres Guffey, CO

Park County Bart Miller Mason Morse Ranch Company

Type: Acreage

Forested hillsides and grass filled meadows cover the 1,500+/- acres of Colorado mountain land known as the Currant Creek Pass Ranch. Located on the southern end of Colorados South Park, the area is bounded by high mountain ranges, contributing to the breathtaking vistas seen from the property. Located nine miles North of Guffey, Colorado off of Highway 9 and bordering National Forest on three sides, the ranch has four spring fed ponds, beautiful mature ponderosa and bristlecone pine trees, traversable terrain and unique pockets of seclusion that still offer the famous Rocky Mountain views.

167 acres Lake George, CO $2,850,000

167 acres Lake George, CO

Park County Live Water Properties Live Water Properties

Type: Acreage w/House

Located between Lake George and Jefferson, Colorado, the Hay Creek Ranch is a scenic equestrian, hunting and fishing retreat situated next to the Tarryall Mountain Range and surrounded on three sides by National Forest. The ranch is conveniently located 1 ½ hours from Colorado Springs and 2 hours from Denver with amenities, restaurants and services less than an hour away in the towns of Woodland Park and Divide. Comprised of 167 acres with 127 deeded and 40 acres of forest land historically fenced in the property, the acreage encompasses pristine woodlands, dramatic red rock formations, brome pastures and lush green meadows. An additional 600 acres of hay ground is currently leased by the owners. Enjoy tremendous big game hunting on and off the property, waterfowl hunting on the numerous creeks, springs and ponds while fly fishing on the Tarryall River is a short walk away. The current owners have access to approximately a 1.5-mile stretch of the river and the fishing lease could transfer to an incoming owner. In close proximity are the Elevenmile, Spinney Mountain and Antero Reservoirs offering great lake and wading fishing as well as one of Colorado’s best gold-medal fishery the South Platte River. Equestrian and outdoor enthusiasts will enjoy miles of scenic trails in the adjacent Lost Creek Wilderness and Pikes Peak National Forest. Horse lovers will also appreciate the 6,600 sqft, 8-stall barn that is fully-equipped with an automatic watering system, tack room, heated bays and a 90’ x 120’ indoor arena that is ideal for cutting horses and year round riding. Wildlife is abundant with sustainable populations of elk, deer and Bighorn sheep as well as golden and bald eagles that are prominent in the sky. The main house is a 1,500 sqft ranch-style home that was built in 2000 and features a 3,500 sqft garage and workshop with wall-to-wall shelving. In addition, a second 1,400 sqft home has been used for tenant housing. Hay Creek Ranch is a rare opportunity to own a scenic, secluded and activity-rich property that is easily accessible from the Front Range. This turn-key ranch offers premier equestrian facilities that is well-suited for riding or recreation. Offering price is $2,850,000.

250 acres Bailey, CO $2,800,000

250 acres Bailey, CO

Park County Live Water Properties Live Water Properties

Type: Residential

North Fork Ranch is being offered in its entirety or available in parcels. Stonehenge Retreat encompasses 250 acres with the historic Stonehenge Mansion that is situated on the north bank of the river with spectacular views of surrounding peaks.  Located in Bailey, Colorado, in Park County, the North Fork Ranch is an ideal secluded corporate retreat or private family getaway. This ranch has exceptional recreational opportunities all within a 1-hour drive to Denver. The southwestern style Stonehenge Lodge boasts six guest rooms, three common areas with custom finishes. The ranch provides direct access to the bordering Pike National Forest where there is unlimited hiking and horseback riding in both the Lost Creek and Mount Evans Wilderness areas. The numerous vantage points on the upper portions of the ranch offer 360-degree views from the Continental Divide to Pike’s Peak. Rarely is there an offering with such rich recreational activities in close proximity to the conveniences of a major metro area. The Stonehenge Retreat is comprised of 250 deeded acres. The terrain varies from green irrigated lawns around the lodge, corrals, and cabins leading to gently undulating timber ground and scenic rock outcroppings. Towering pines and quaking aspens cover the entire property offering rich habitat for a host of wildlife visitors. The Stonehenge Lodge just across the river, accessed via a charming stone bridge. The grounds surrounding the ranch amenities have been meticulously maintained to offer easy transition from the pathways to the river’s edge, all of which are manicured tastefully as not to disturb the natural setting.  The upper elevations of the ranch offer dramatic views in every direction, with awe-inspiring Rocky Mountain vistas including Pike’s Peak, the rugged Continental Divide, Shawnee Peak as well as the aspen-lined beauty of Ben Tyler Gulch across the valley. This portion of the ranch provides several truly spectacular homesites for future development or additional cabin structure as guest ranch facilities.   The Stonehenge Lodge, built in the 1930s and remodeled in 2011, contains 3,271 sqft with 6 bedrooms and 3 connected living rooms. The spectacular Santa Fe Suite, located on the upper level, features 3 bedrooms with their own private baths. The Taos Suite, located on the main level, has 2 bedrooms with private baths. The Mesa, a 1-bedroom suite with private bath is located on the lower level. This lodge houses a common social area to enjoy the warm surroundings of one of its 3 sitting rooms and impressive fireplaces. Built into the surrounding hillside, this southwestern show piece is an exceptional lodge with private porches that look out over the ranch towards the spectacular views of the Platte River Mountains. Operated by the current owners for nearly 30 years, the North Fork Ranch has a rich and profitable history of entertaining guests from around the world. With a string of well-trained horses, guests enjoy riding more than a million acres of Pike National Forest and Lost Creek Wilderness. The ranch is 1 of only 6 Orvis-endorsed properties in Colorado, which speaks volumes about the quality of the guest experience and quality of the fishing. North Fork Ranch has also been featured in these publications: Denver Post, Fort Wayne Journal Gazette, Colorado Springs Gazette and Fairplay Flume. The North Fork Ranch presents an opportunity to offer excellent service as a guest ranch facility or enjoyment of the exceptional lodging and recreational amenities, privately with friends and family.

90 acres Lake George, CO $2,650,000

90 acres Lake George, CO

Park County Live Water Properties Live Water Properties

Type: Acreage w/House

Tarryall River Ranch is located in Park County near Lake George, Colorado, in a beautiful valley in the majestic Tarryall Mountains. The ranch is a 2-hour drive from the Denver International Airport and closer to the Colorado Springs Airport at 1 ½ hours. The ranch feels remote and tucked away from the modern day, fast-paced lifestyle. But secluded as it may be, there is easy access with a blacktop county road open year round running past the main entrance. Since it is almost dead center in the state of Colorado, the ranch is located an hour from many of the great attractions, such as Pikes Peak, Breckenridge, the Royal Gorge and the Arkansas River, which has some of the best whitewater rafting in the state. The Tarryall River Ranch is comprised of 90.37 deeded acres with more than ¾ mile of the Tarryall River and shared boundaries with the Pike National Forest. The terrain varies from green lawns around the recreational hall, cabins, swimming pool and playground areas to a gentle slope where the main lodge, office and another guest cabin are located. Towering pines and quaking aspen are scattered throughout the property, and the backdrop is a fantastic series of giant rocky outcroppings rising up to the mountains beyond. All of the cabins have had remodeling done within the past ten years and a duplex cabin was added in 2007. Seven of the eight lodgings have fireplaces, as well as the 2,300 sqft Frontier Lodge, which is used as the recreation hall. There is easy access to the 2,000 sqft Main Lodge and dining room, the Apache cabin and four other cabins. There is a heated swimming pool, spa, petting zoo and playground in addition to a maintenance building, three barns and staff quarters. The grounds and cabins are all well-kept and the cabins come complete with western log furniture and all amenities including artwork. Also included are an outdoor riding arena, a well-built round pen, laundry facilities and trading post. All fences and corrals are in excellent repair, and the ranch comes with horses and tack for 45 people. Additionally, the property comes complete with beds, linens, furniture, dishes, trucks, tractors, tools, horse-drawn equipment and a draft horse team. The lodge kitchen, water and septic are all up to code. The ranch is a member in good standing of the Dude Ranchers’ Association and the Colorado Dude & Guest Ranch Association. With ¾ of a mile of the Tarryall River winding its way through the property, Tarryall River Ranch maintains an excellent trout fishery. In addition to a healthy native population of German Brown Trout, the ranch also has been able to sustain large Rainbow Trout within the river due to naturally occurring deep holes and runs. Fly fishing at the ranch adds to its already extensive list of activities available to guests and has also provided an additional source of revenue through guided fishing trips, fly fishing instruction and by bringing in guests for the rare opportunity to fly fish on private water. Currently, the Tarryall River Ranch operates as a dude ranch from May through September and a Bed and Breakfast from October to May. Day horseback rides are also available. Ranch activities include horseback riding, fishing, hiking, bouldering, swimming, playground, sand volleyball, basketball hoop, horseshoe pits and trapshooting.  Whitewater rafting on the mighty Arkansas River is a short, spectacular drive from the ranch. Tarryall River Ranch has operated as a successful dude ranch for the past 75 years. The current ranch managers have been at Tarryall for 10 years and have a rich history of entertaining guests from around the world. If an incoming owner would like to continue the dude ranch operation or run as a corporate retreat or private family getaway, the current ranch managers would consider remaining on staff during the transition and possibly for a long-term relationship. The scenery is truly spectacular, and the setting is such that it feels remote even though there is convenient access to the major cities, ski areas and attractions of Colorado. This is a turn-key operation with years of hospitality as the solid foundation.

1,640 acres Fairplay, CO $2,550,000

1,640 acres Fairplay, CO

Park County Ranch Marketing Ranch Marketing Associates

Type: Acreage w/House

The 1640 total acre Sanguine Creek Ranch is located five minutes from the quaint western town of Fairplay, about an hours drive from Denver and just thirty minutes to world-class snow skiing in Breckenridge. For the last twenty-seven years Sanguine Creek Ranch has operated as a year-round Dude Ranch, its mild summers and winters providing the ideal climate for one of the most unique places to go horseback riding in the western states. The ranch has abundant water with a year-round trout creek, three springs, three wells (two commercial) and the ability to drill nine additional wells. Sanguine Creek Ranch borders thousands of acres of public land and is one of the best places to see elk, deer, bear, antelope and bighorn sheep in Colorado. The ranch includes a twelve-room hotel, several cabins, main lodge with dining for over a hundred, a Cowboy Saloon, multiple outbuildings, a main residence, employee housing, over sixty stalls, and much more. Partially zoned commercial and with close proximity to Denver, Sanguine Creek Ranch offers endless possibilities to create, improve or grow an already established business. Seller is willing to divide the property. Contact Hoss Port

273.55 acres Guffey, CO $2,395,000

273.55 acres Guffey, CO

Park County Vicki Garrisi True West Properties/Sports Afield Trophy Properties

Type: Acreage w/House 5 Beds | 6 Baths | 7046 SqFt

Colorado Ranch for Sale! Cover Mountain Ranch - a private paradise for those with selective & discriminating tastes. Here you will find a harmonious balance between its finely appointed custom home & pristine mountain setting. Tucked into a lush aspen grove, this elegant home provides a spacious yet comfortable floor plan that accommodates private family gatherings or the entertaining of business associates. Its open great room, dining & gourmet kitchen are graced with cathedral ceilings soaring 32 feet high along with an impressive 2-story, 2-sided wood-burning fireplace. Any chef will appreciate the kitchen's signature appliances, double island, granite counters, alder cabinets and formal dining area that will comfortably seat twelve. Walk out to the bi-level deck complete with log style furniture and stone fire pit to watch sunrises & sunsets, breathe the cool, crisp mountain air and listen for the quaking aspens & bulging elk. The many sitting areas, family & billiard rooms provide ample space for games, conversation or private reflection and meditation. Adults may retire to one of (4) master suites & children will love the cozy bunk room. Large windows throughout the home showcase some of Colorado's very best mountain scenery, including the snow-capped Sangre De Cristo's, Black Mtn, Collegiate Peaks & mountain valleys filled with alpine timber. For those who value the simple beauty of nature, exploring the 273+/- acres will be a dream come true. The ranch is 100% usable & animal friendly. Choose to hike, hunt, horseback ride or ATV across grass-filled meadows, meander around the ponds, tall timber & rock outcroppings or explore your very own mini-canyon. The ranch is bordered by (2) large tracts of conserved lands which provide a remarkable habitat for area wildlife. This magnificent property & home, with designer quality furniture, furnishings and accessories, is being offered turn-key! Cover Mountain Ranch is your perfect Colorado high country retreat!

1,000 acres Lake George, CO $2,200,000

1,000 acres Lake George, CO

Park County Bob Regester Mossy Oak Properties Colorado Mountain Realty

Type: Acreage

Price Reduced. 1000 acres of big game hunting land loaded with elk deer turkey nicely treed awesome snowcapped views of the Continental Divide hiking horeseback riding spring borders National Forest

32.43 acres Shawnee, CO $1,850,000

32.43 acres Shawnee, CO

Park County Jim Trent and Buster Brown Western States Ranches and Farms LLC

Type: River House

Commercial/PUD Zoning. 1) 4700 sq. ft. home: 6bed/4ba/great room/family room/media room, etc. 2) 2000 sq. ft. of garage 3) 1bed/1ba cabin 4) 2bed/2ba cabin 5) Resturant 6) Bar 7) Lodge 8) 2 ponds 9) 2 lakes 10) Platte River runs through it. 11) Water rights included.

821 acres Hartsel, CO $1,495,000

821 acres Hartsel, CO

Park County Bob Regester Mossy Oak Properties Colorado Mountain Realty

Type: Residential

Last Frontier Ranch is a true 821 acre high country retreat completely hidden away from the world. This one of a kind preserved estate is secured behind a locked gate, at the end of a county maintained road, miles from people, yet only 30 minutes to town. This lost paradise borders 30,000 acres of BLM & Pike National Forest for hiking, hunting and fishing in big game unit #501. Grab your fly rod and wade into one of Colorado's finest trophy trout river's the famous "Dream Stream" located only 45 minutes away\. Last Frontier Ranch boasts a 5000 square foot custom designed 4 bed 5.5 bath mountain Timber Framed home nestled in the Bristle Cone Pines. Completed in 2012, top shelf throught with no expense spared. This beautiful home was architecturally engineered from the ground up with all components state of the art to insure luxurious, comfortable and safe year-round living. Enjoy the stunning 180 degree views of the 14,000' snow capped peaks from the open and spacious rooms throughout. The Timber Framed vaulted ceilings finished with Colorado Aspen brighten your world. Enjoy the chef's kitchen where you can create any delicacy desired for small or large gatherings. Included is a detached 2048' work shop for all of the toys.

160 acres Bailey, CO $1,410,000

160 acres Bailey, CO

Park County Ken Mirr Mirr Ranch Group

Type: Acreage w/House 4 Beds | 1.5 Baths

Entirely surrounded by the Pike National Forest and McArthur Gulch State Trust Lands, the 160 acre Stitt Ranch offers end-of the-road privacy rarely found so close to a major metropolitan area. Less than 1 hour from downtown Denver and minutes from the town of Bailey, the property is just south of Highway 285 between the South Platte River and the Kenosha Mountains. The ranch features a home and other agricultural buildings, 480 acres of leased State Trust Lands*, valuable and transferable water rights, year-round access off of a county maintained road and 360 degree views of the surrounding mountains. Featuring: * Located less than 1 hour from Denver and the resort town of Breckenridge. * The town of Bailey is less than 5 miles from the property and offers general services including restaurants, grocery stores, and medical care. * A 4 bed 1.5 bath owners home, barn and other utility buildings on the leased State Trust Land. * There is also a small 2 bed 1 bath cabin overlooking the fishing pond on the deeded land. * Surrounded on all sides by the Pike National Forest/Lost Creek Wilderness and McArthur Gulch State Trust Lands, the ranch has access to thousands of acres of public land to hike, hunt or recreate however you please. * Elk, deer, turkey, black bear, and numerous other wildlife species frequent the ranch and surrounding public land. * The trout pond and multiple developed springs on the property provide good access to water for livestock and wildlife. * The ranch includes valuable and senior water rights dating back to the 1860s. Unlike other areas, the South Platte Basin has an active market for buying and selling water rights. Contact Mac McWhorter.

38.12 acres Fairplay, CO $1,290,000

38.12 acres Fairplay, CO

Park County Bill Davis Keller Williams Foothills Realty

Type: Acreage w/House 4 Beds | 3 Baths | 4234 SqFt

This Beautiful Swedish Cope Log Home sets on 38.12 Fenced Acres along with an oversized 2400 sq ft Garage/Shop, as well as a 1400 sq ft Barn. With Fairplay only Minutes away, and Breckenridge a half hour, this property has Access combined with Privacy in the trees, and Mountain Views. Close to National Forest Access, Gold Medal Fishing, and World Class Skiing, this is the Colorado Dream. The property is horse ready, with full perimeter fencing, paddocks, heated water, and plenty of indoor hay & equipment storage, and stall space. The spacious and bright home boasts a gorgeous open floor plan with log stairways throughout and main level master suite. The finished walkout basement has large elegant open spaces and rooms, with lots of windows. The spacious wrap around deck looks out on to Aspen Groves, and pine forest and features a sunken hot tub. The paved circular driveway provides elegant access, and the oversized door to the garage can accommodate full size RVs and trailers. There is even an outdoor fire pit for campfire cookouts right in the front yard! Property Features: -38.12 tree and terrain protected acres, fully fenced, and with paddocks and stalls for your horses. The perimeter has been cleared as a fire break and offers more grass grazing. An additional view corridor has been cleared and offers more grazing. National Forest is only a short riding distance away right from the property. -4234 square foot log home has plenty of room to spread out. The bright and spacious main areas and loft offer plenty of views out the windows to the property and surrounding mountains, as well as a warm lodge feel. The huge downstairs area has a wet bar, lounging area, exercise area, and room for a pool table or could even be subdivided further for more rooms. The wrap around deck looks out over the property and is perfect for lounging and entertaining and has a large sunken hot tub to relax in. -A 40X60, 2400 sq ft steel building connects to the main house with a covered walkway to protect from the weather. It has a an oversized 12x11 overhead door for access for vehicles, machinery, trailers, and a 40 Motor Home, and has a Vogelzang wood stove that can heat up the whole building while working in the winter months. An area within is sectioned off as a work shop or could be used as horse stalls with its own entrance door, and also features overhead storage. -Another 28x50, 1400 sq ft steel building features a 11 x9 sliding door in front, and 8x9 sliding door in back for stall space, hay storage, tack and grooming areas, further equipment/shop uses, or a myriad of opportunities. A water hydrant is available within and heated watering system. -The central location just outside of Fairplay offers fantastic recreational access to National Forest, BLM, and State Trust lands for many outdoor enthusiast activities. World Class Skiing is only a half hour away at Breckenridge, or other resorts only slightly further. Horseback Riding, Hiking, Fishing, Hunting, Snowmobiling, X-Country Skiing, Mountaineering, the possibilities are endless. Denver metro is only an hour and a half to the North, Buena Vista 30 minutes to the South, Colorado Springs an hour and half to the East. mountain home, log home, mountain retreat, recreational property, horse property, equestrian property, equestrian real estate, Colorado horse property, horse ranch, fishing property, hunting property, mountain acreage, Colorado home, Colorado real estate, mountain real estate, park county horse property

240 acres Como, CO $1,200,000

240 acres Como, CO

Park County Hall and Hall Hall and Hall

Type: Acreage

Located just 45 minutes from Breckenridge Ski Resort, this 240+/- acre Colorado mountain ranch features almost two miles of trout fishing on Tarryall Creek in a stunning setting at the base of several 13,000 foot peaks of the Continental Divide. Abundant water flows through the ranch from the snow-capped peaks to the west, feeding numerous ponds and stream channels in the broad riparian area and supporting healthy populations of self-sustaining brown trout. The aspen groves, grass meadows, evergreens and native shortgrass prairie provide excellent habitat for wildlife including elk, antelope and a variety of raptors. A choice homesite is nestled between an aspen grove and the creek yet offers excellent views of the surrounding mountains. The ranch is located along the Boreas Pass Road, providing easy access to the Pike and Arapaho National Forests and the historic town of Como. The county seat of Fairplay is less than 15 minutes away, the year-round resort amenities of Breckenridge are within 45 minutes and Denver is about 75 minutes from the ranch.
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