Stunning, off-grid, luxury log home built by North America’s premier log home builder featuring extraordinary finishes and meticulous attention to detail throughout the home.
566 acres of high mountain recreation land with trophy elk and mule deer hunting with readily available licenses located in Colorado Big Game unit 851.
Located on the eastern slope of the Culebra Mountain Range, part of the Sangre de Cristo chain, in south-central Colorado. The gentle topography, along with an ideal mix of aspens, spruce, pine fir, and mountain meadows offers fantastic wildlife habitat along with 365-degree views and unparalleled privacy.
The ranch is unencumbered; this is a high-value area for land trusts – and Bonito Canyon Ranch would be a perfect candidate for conservation if the new owner is so inclined.
The ranch has completed numerous forestry and wildlife habitat enhancement projects including small clear cuts that are reseeded with wildlife-friendly blends and thinning projects which serve to enhance wildlife habitat, encourage healthier forests, and mitigate fire risk.
Completely surrounded by larger well known and managed lands.
The home is tastefully decorated and all furnishings are included in the sale.
30 minutes from food, grocery, and gasoline in Stonewall, Colorado.
Redstone Reserve is located in the Redstone/Masonville area west of Fort Collins and Loveland CO in Larimer County, near the junction of County Road 25E and 38E. It is in the foothills/hogback country just southwest of Horsetooth Reservoir. County Road 25E is also known as Redstone Canyon Road; it bisects the property, separating the riparian area to the east from the more mountainous shrubland acreage to the west;
Although only fifteen minutes to both Fort Collins and Loveland, the area has been largely preserved by Larimer County and the City of Fort Collins, with Redstone Reserve being adjacent to Horsetooth Mountain Park and Open Space and Culver Open Space;
The large redstone-crowned mesa that serves as the backdrop to the property and its main residential area rises 850 feet over the property to the east, sheltering the property from the metro area;
Redstone Creek traverses the property from north to south; it is a seasonal stream that supports a healthy cottonwood-lined riparian area;
While the main operations of the ranch are located along the creek at a comfortable, four-season elevation of 5,400 feet, The Reserve is home to many elevation changes and orientations, and thus possesses a diversity of scenic resources and ecological communities, from foothills grassland, to mountain mahogany shrublands, to ponderosa pine woodlands, and desert cacti. Larimer County and Fort Collins’ Open Space programs found the property’s attributes to be compelling enough to work with the current owner to preserve those values – details on its conservation easement (CE) are below, or contact the listing agent;
Horsetooth Reservoir is a popular recreational area for boating, fishing, and paddleboarding, and has beaches for swimming and picnicking, too; it is a five-minute drive from the property;
Fort Collins is home to Colorado State University and a vibrant downtown filled with restaurants, shopping, music, and culture;
The Northern Colorado Airport for private aircraft is 20 minutes away in Loveland, and Rocky Mountain National Park is forty minutes away in Estes Park.
The ranch has an incredible recreational resource in the form of nearly 1-mile of the Encampment River and various pond/oxbow aquatic features. The Encampment River is a world-renown wild trout fishery in the region, with blue ribbon designation, ranking in the top 3% of all of Wyoming waters.
The ranch is located within a recreational hub, known for great big-game hunting, winter recreational sports, hiking, biking, and world-class fly fishing, including the Encampment River and nearby North Platte River.
The ranch has natural beauty with a natural cottonwood riparian forest and lush native grassland meadows, all at the base of the stunning Sierra Madre mountain range.
Near the exclusive and world-renowned Old Baldy Club, Brush Creek Ranch, and A Bar A Guest Ranch.
Significant stream improvement projects have been completed on the property through a collaboration and cost-sharing initiative with Trout Unlimited.
One of the most beloved, well-known properties in the greater Roaring Fork Valley as a result of the Dallenbach family’s longtime hospitality and stewardship. Many locals and visitors have attended events large and small hosted at the ranch, including the Colorado 500, weddings, and the numerous non-profit fundraisers that often take place on the emerald lawn beside the beautiful Fryingpan River.
Approximately 2,800 linear feet of both sides of this gold medal stream, one of the largest private holdings on “The Pan,” one of the great wading, trout streams of Colorado.
Several wells, a spring, and a surface water right irrigate roughly twenty acres and supply water to the numerous cabins and home.
Bordered on three sides by a Colorado state wildlife area and BLM land, making the property “play” even larger and adding to fishing and hunting opportunities.
Five minutes to downtown Basalt, fifteen to Willits and Whole Foods, and thirty to the other Roaring Fork Valley communities, including world-class Aspen and its ski areas and airport (upvalley), and Carbondale and Glenwood Springs (downvalley), meaning everything one needs is nearby.
The property is located at a comfortable all-season elevation of 6,500 feet.
Ruedi Reservoir is located fifteen minutes away in the upper Fryingpan Valley, where boating, camping, and more fishing can be enjoyed.
Historically called the Wood’n’Handle Ranch, the property was originally homesteaded in the 1880s, but acquired by Indy Car race driver, Wally Dallenbach in 1973. The family has since run it as a gentlemen guest ranch, grossing a six-figure income from cabin and event rental.
This property is co-listed with Michael Latousek of Douglas Elliman Aspen.
The ranch includes a mix of deeded irrigated and sub-irrigated pasture as well as tens of thousands of acres of mountainous range for livestock grazing, hunting, and recreation.
Located just outside of Richfield, Utah, Annabella Land & Cattle’s operations are just over 2 hrs. from both downtown Salt Lake City and St George. Richfield is the seat of Sevier County and a popular recreational destination in the heart of Utah’s trail county, easily accessed off highways I-15 and 1-70.
The size of the ranch’s deeded property, strategically interspersed with 80,000 acres of public grazing leases in and around the Fishlake National Forest, makes this one of Utah’s largest hunting and grazing operations.
The ranch contains prime hunting terrain for elk and mule deer. Hunting operations are currently run by a third-party guide and the ranch’s owners are guaranteed 2 bull elk tags as well as +/-12 buck deer tags.
Multiple recreational opportunities are available year-round and include ATV, horseback riding, mountain biking, camping, hiking, snowshoeing, snowmobiling, and ski-touring.
The varied meadow and mountain terrain of Annabella Land & Cattle contains native grasses, numerous plant and tree life and provides habitat for smaller species including coyote, fox, turkey, quail, geese, ducks, pine hens, and a variety of raptors.
The region has become a popular destination for visitors from the Wasatch front as well as other regions of the country. There are opportunities on several sections of the ranch wherein a new owner could develop recreational cabin and/or RV sites.
Located between Glenwood Springs and New Castle CO on I-70 – an interchange is less than a mile away and the interstate bisects the property for 1.5 miles; the 1,123-ac property stretches from the Colorado River north to BLM uplands
The Farm is transitional real estate. Located within New Castle’s Urban Growth Boundary (see map) and adjacent to the town’s boundaries, its locale expedites future annexation and development according to the Garfield County Comprehensive Plan 2030, and depending on a new owner’s plans and how they want to position or enjoy the property.
Over 15 CFS of water rights that irrigate approx. 300 acres of the valley floor (that’s over 10,000 annual acre/feet of water supply)
Approximately 9,000 linear feet of Colorado River frontage, a terrific fishery for large browns and rainbows
A 10-acre, 1,700’ long lake for water-skiing and SUP water activities
The Farm is likely the largest flat, irrigated expanse on a single, private property in the entire I-70 corridor thru the rugged Rocky Mountain stretch between Denver and Grand Junction
Adjacent to BLM lands, the uplands are home to terrific hunting on oak and sage dotted wildlife habitat
Elevation of the property ranges from 5,500’ on the river, to 6,500’ in the uplands, providing a terrific four-season climate
Over $100K of income production derived from various residential, agricultural, and recreational activities
This property is co-listed with Michael Latousek of Douglas Elliman Aspen.
Malta, Idaho(Cassia County, ID & Box Elder County, UT )
Hat Springs Ranch straddles the high desert of southern Idaho and the Bally Mountains, a sub-range of Utah’s Raft River Mountains, a lesser-known mountain range in the Sawtooth National Forest.
The ranch is set in a seemingly remote location but easily accessed from Interstate 84.
Hat Springs Ranch runs 150-200 head of cattle year-round in addition to 2 dozen + horses which the owners breed and train.
Three natural springs on the ranch provide water for irrigation and livestock.
The owners maintain 350 acres under irrigation with yields of 3 tons/acre of alfalfa and grass hay.
Great hunting opportunities exist on the ranch with direct National Forest access. A variety of wildlife on the property includes mule deer, mountain lion elk, turkey, and grouse.
In addition to being able to run a grass-fed cattle operation, the ranch provides new owners with a variety of recreational opportunities including mountain biking, backpacking, camping, ATV’ing, and horseback riding.
50,039 acres of beautifully diverse mountain terrain in northern New Mexico rising nearly 1,800’ in elevation from the plains
Practically surrounded by Ted Turner’s Vermejo Park Ranch, biologists estimate there are over 10,000 elk that roam the more than 600,000 acres that comprise the Dawson Elk Valley Ranch and its neighbor
11 miles of Vermejo River bottomland meadows and riparian cottonwood-willow woodlands containing 17 river/streambank miles
Thousands of acres of mountainous pinon-juniper, woodland, and ponderosa pine forest, and cottonwood lined riparian corridor along the Vermejo River
Abundant wildlife including elk, deer, antelope, turkey, bear, and lion
Within an hour of the communities of Raton, Angel Fire, and Red River; all with basic amenities and the latter two with operating ski areas
Located in the majestic North Fork Valley equidistant between Aspen and Telluride and just west of Gunnison, Colorado
Comfortable and rustically elegant, the interiors at Smith Fork Ranch reveal the owner’s appreciation for the great traditions of the American West
1.35 miles of private fishing on the Smith Fork of the Gunnison River, an additional private stream, and several ponds
Overlooking the West Elk Range of the Rocky Mountains, the property is surrounded by the Gunnison National Forest
Needle Rock Natural Area can be viewed from the home which rests beneath the Ragged and West Elk Ranges to the east, the Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park to the south, and the Grand Mesa to the north
Luxurious improvements including one main residence, two guest residences, a lovingly restored lodge, three cabins, post and beam barn with apartments and stalls, and staff housing
Custom-designed and hand-made pieces mix with American Primitive antiques, art, rugs, and accessories from leading western and Native American artisans
Situated on the western slope of the Teton Mountain Range adjoining the Caribou-Targhee National Forest, Darby Canyon Ranch is a quintessential western recreational ranch. With its aspen-lined irrigated fields, it offers end-of-the-road privacy and seclusion, yet is just a few miles from Driggs and world-class fly fishing in the Teton Valley.
Approximately 6,300 deeded acres; 4,000 acres BLM lease
2.5 hours from Denver, 3 hours from Denver International Airport, 1 hour from Pueblo, CO airport
200 acres irrigated meadow
Three newer homes, including 2015 3-bedroom, 3-bath lodge; 2013 3-bedroom (large), 2-bath headquarters/manager’s home; and a totally remodeled 2-bedroom (bunk room with room for 8 beds), 2-bath guest cabin with power and good well near the northern boundary
70×120 insulated, heated, monolithic cement floored shop with walk-in cooler and two 12×14 electric overhead doors
Two thriving trout ponds with reproducing fish up to 8 pounds
Lots of elk with potential for 340”-380”+ bulls. Mule deer, bighorn sheep, black bear, and Merriam’s turkey, as well as some antelope, blue grouse, and of course mountain lion, roam the property as well.
An excellent system of highly improved roads throughout all areas of the ranch
All new 5-strand perimeter and pasture fencing
Carrying capacity of 200 mother cows year-round, and cattle handling facilities including 27×60 calving shed and working pens
Diverse terrain ranging from lower open meadows to gently rolling ponderosa and oak-covered hills on up to alpine aspen/spruce/fir forests with mountain meadows