Legacy Ranches and Fine Sporting Properties

Peace Ranch

Basalt, Colorado (Eagle County)
$39,000,000Sold
612 +/- Deeded Acres

A national forest in-holding above the Fryingpan Valley

The Most Private Year-Round Sporting Property in the Greater Roaring Fork Valley
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This 612± acre, five-home ranch/compound exemplifies not only the ultimate in privacy and seclusion, but also the pinnacle in comfort, style, and luxury, all in proximity to Aspen and the quaint town of Basalt. A national forest in-holding above the Fryingpan Valley, Peace Ranch is a tranquil island of private ground in a sea of public lands – not a neighbor in sight – making this property feel thousands of acres larger. With a multi-use indoor arena of over 29,000 sq. ft. that’s second to none, over 100 acres of irrigated pastures and hay ground, ponds stocked with trophy trout, and dozens of miles of trails, Peace Ranch is not only the most private property in the greater Roaring Fork Valley, but also one of the premier, year-round sporting ranch properties in the American West.

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