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Steamboat River Ranch
44285 County Road 129 ,Steamboat Springs,Colorado 80487
490Acres
$11,995,000
Bordered by the free-flowing Elk River, Steamboat River Ranch is 490 acres of prime irrigated and grazing land just outside Steamboat Springs, Colorado. Luxury improvements are clustered in traditional ranch style with multiple buildings scattered along the cottonwood lined river corridor. Access to the National Forest is across the county road and the ranch is 5 paved miles from town.
Steamboat River Ranch
44285 County Road 129 ,Steamboat Springs,Colorado 80487
490Acres
Bordered by the free-flowing Elk River, Steamboat River Ranch is 490 acres of prime irrigated and grazing land just outside Steamboat Springs, Colorado. Luxury improvements are clustered in traditional ranch style with multiple buildings scattered along the cottonwood lined river corridor. Access to the National Forest is across the county road and the ranch is 5 paved miles from town.
$11,995,000
Steamboat River Ranch
44285 County Road 129 ,Steamboat Springs,Colorado 80487
$11,995,000
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Lot 66A Turkey Ridge Ranch Phase 2
Lot 66A Turkey Ridge Ranch Phase 2, Walsenburg, Colorado 81089
46.71Acres
$48,999
This 46.
Lot 66A Turkey Ridge Ranch Phase 2
Lot 66A Turkey Ridge Ranch Phase 2, Walsenburg, Colorado 81089
46.71Acres
This 46.
$48,999
Lot 66A Turkey Ridge Ranch Phase 2
Lot 66A Turkey Ridge Ranch Phase 2, Walsenburg, Colorado 81089
$48,999
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435 Eby Creek Eagle, Colorado, 81631
435 Eby Creek Road, Eagle, 81631
2.80Acres
$815
Rare, highly visible 2.8 acre commercial property! Must look straight at this property when using the northernmost Eagle roundabout, and also visible from I-70. From the property, enjoy stunning views of the Sawatch Range. Suitable for Hotel, Retail, Restaurant, Office, and other uses.
435 Eby Creek Eagle, Colorado, 81631
435 Eby Creek Road, Eagle, 81631
2.80Acres
Rare, highly visible 2.8 acre commercial property! Must look straight at this property when using the northernmost Eagle roundabout, and also visible from I-70. From the property, enjoy stunning views of the Sawatch Range. Suitable for Hotel, Retail, Restaurant, Office, and other uses.
$815
435 Eby Creek Eagle, Colorado, 81631
435 Eby Creek Road, Eagle, 81631
$815
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Wildflower at Crystal Creek
Almont,Colorado 81210
0.50Acres
$3,395,000
While there are several shared communal fishery developments throughout the United States, none come close to Crystal Creek. The exclusivity and history of this property has no rival. Wildflower at Crystal Creek presents an exceptionally rare opportunity to join the limited ownership of this one-of-a-kind fishing community. This property is identified as Lot 5 and features a 4,000+/- sq. ft.
Wildflower at Crystal Creek
Almont,Colorado 81210
0.50Acres
While there are several shared communal fishery developments throughout the United States, none come close to Crystal Creek. The exclusivity and history of this property has no rival. Wildflower at Crystal Creek presents an exceptionally rare opportunity to join the limited ownership of this one-of-a-kind fishing community. This property is identified as Lot 5 and features a 4,000+/- sq. ft.
$3,395,000
Wildflower at Crystal Creek
Almont,Colorado 81210
$3,395,000
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Colorado, Alamosa County, 5 Acres
Lot 16 Mount Blanca Valley Ranches ,Mosca,Colorado 81146
5Acres
$5,000
Mount Blanca Valley Ranches Lot 16 5 Acres Mount Blanca Valley Ranches Lot 16. This tract of land is located within the Mount Blanca Valley Ranches, just northeast of Alamosa, Colorado in Alamosa County. This 5 acre tract is located within Unit 10 and in Block 3. Approximate dimensions for Lot 16 are 330' wide X 660' long. Lot is located on 4th Ave.
Colorado, Alamosa County, 5 Acres
Lot 16 Mount Blanca Valley Ranches ,Mosca,Colorado 81146
5Acres
Mount Blanca Valley Ranches Lot 16 5 Acres Mount Blanca Valley Ranches Lot 16. This tract of land is located within the Mount Blanca Valley Ranches, just northeast of Alamosa, Colorado in Alamosa County. This 5 acre tract is located within Unit 10 and in Block 3. Approximate dimensions for Lot 16 are 330' wide X 660' long. Lot is located on 4th Ave.
$5,000
Colorado, Alamosa County, 5 Acres
Lot 16 Mount Blanca Valley Ranches ,Mosca,Colorado 81146
$5,000
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Broken Wagon Ranch
TBD Edlowe Road ,Woodland Park,Colorado 80863
1,353.46Acres
$5,999,000
Sprawling over 1,353+ contiguous, conserved and breathtaking acres, Broken Wagon Ranch is the perfect place to rest your wagon and explore a Colorado mountain paradise. The astonishing views of majestic Pikes Peak will stop you in your tracks. You will find remnants of the Colorado Midland Railway dating back to the 1800s, a historical flag-stop known as the townsite of Edlowe (now abandoned).
Broken Wagon Ranch
TBD Edlowe Road ,Woodland Park,Colorado 80863
1,353.46Acres
Sprawling over 1,353+ contiguous, conserved and breathtaking acres, Broken Wagon Ranch is the perfect place to rest your wagon and explore a Colorado mountain paradise. The astonishing views of majestic Pikes Peak will stop you in your tracks. You will find remnants of the Colorado Midland Railway dating back to the 1800s, a historical flag-stop known as the townsite of Edlowe (now abandoned).
$5,999,000
Broken Wagon Ranch
TBD Edlowe Road ,Woodland Park,Colorado 80863
$5,999,000
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The Best Things About Owning A Ranch

The Best Things About Owning A Ranch

by Christy Belton, ALC
Owner/Broker Ranch & Resort Realty

Its difficult to describe all of the best things about owning a ranch – maybe its the legacy you leave, maybe its the time you spend with family working on the land. Perhaps its a great tax write off or maybe its simply a matter of pride of ownership read more…

Colorado

The United States has 88 mountains that exceed 14,000 feet in elevation, known as “fourteeners.” Colorado is home to 53 of them; the state with the next most is Alaska with only 21. As proud as Coloradans are of their majestic Rocky Mountain peaks it is possible to purchase land in Colorado that is as flat as the bottom of a pair of cross-country skis. The entire eastern third of the state is covered in Great Plains prairie land. But even standing among those amber waves of grain (Katharine Lee Bates wrote “America the Beautiful” standing on Colorado’s Pikes Peak) with no mountains in sight you will still be over a half-mile high in elevation. The lowest point in Colorado, where the Arikaree River flows out of Yuma County into Kansas, is the highest “low point” in the country and higher up than the highest point of 18 states.

The population of the Centennial State – it entered the Union at the 38th state in 1876 – clusters along the Front Range where the Rocky Mountains, a geologically young range, rises dramatically above the surrounding plains. Denver, an old mining camp that grew into the Queen City of the Plains, lies at the heart of the Front Range with the college towns of Boulder and Fort Collins to the north and Pueblo and Colorado Springs to the south. The high plains of Colorado Springs and surrounding El Paso County are one of the hottest markets for undeveloped land in the state with sprawling ranches and open space ideal for horse farms.

West of the Front Range the elevations of the Rocky Mountains are dotted with old mining towns. Aspen is one where the citizenry numbered in the hundreds and abandoned property was widely available. At least it was until the 1950s – today Aspen is a ski resort legend with the most expensive real estate market in the country. Sister resort areas such as Breckinridge, Vail, Steamboat Springs and Telluride in the San Juan Mountains of the southwest are similarly pricey.

Away from the ski lifts affordable hunting and fishing lands can be readily found in most of Colorado’s mountain counties south of I-70 – Chaffee County, Fremont County, Par

Frequently Asked Questions

Colorado state, named after the Colorado River, is situated in the Western United States. It’s comprised of the Rocky Mountains in the south, the Colorado Plateau’s northeastern region and finally, the western part of the Great Plains. Denver is the capital of Colorado. Some famous cities of this state are Denver, Colorado Springs, Aurora, Fort Collins, and Lakewood. Denver is the most populous of them all.

Facts About Colorado

– Colorado is known for its scenic outlook of high plains, desert lands, forests, plateaus, mesas, mountains, and rivers.

– It is a Mountain State.

– It is the 21st most populous state with a population of around 6 million.

– People living here are known as Coloradans.

– Around 65% of the state’s population lives in the eastern region of the Rocky Mountains.

– The largest airport in the United States is the Denver International Airport, the sixth busiest airport in the U.S. This airport also has the longest commercial runway.

– Colorado has 222 wildlife areas.

– The Western Stock show, the world’s largest Rodeo, is hosted in Denver at the same time as the Colorado Chapter of the Realtors Land Institute’s (RLI) annual meeting.

Why Should One Buy Property In Colorado?

Colorado is truly a beautiful place irrespective of whether you want to settle there with your family or for investment purposes. It is a friendly state and Denver is ranked first in terms of being dog friendly. There are so many things to do in this flamboyant state. Recreational activities such as hiking, biking, bowling, rock climbing, and other similar activities can be done here. Summer represents the true Colorado vibe as there are many festivals and concerts organized. Foreign investors have already invested over $150 billion in Colorado as they are aware of the fact that nothing is better than this state. There are 88 mountains in the U.S and 53 are in Colorado. Despite this, there are enormous flat lands to build beautiful homes and farms on. Its airport is considered to be among the busiest airport in the U.S.  Marijuana is legal in Colorado and many crops are dedicated to recreational marijuana and hemp production.

How Is The Climate In Colorado?

Colorado is a place with amazing weather. The air is fresh and clean. On average, there are 300 sunny days. But who knows? It might just snow tomorrow. Such is the weather here. Unpredictable yet exciting. Spring is yet another season, the Coloradans look forward to. Sometimes it rains, snows and becomes sunny on the very same day in spring. Sunshine, mountains and the weather makes Colorado a hard place to beat.

How Is The Colorado Real Estate Market Looking?

Colorado is a great place to bet your money on. People who already invest must already be knowing how good a place Colorado is to invest their money. Denver has a nice crisp record providing steady returns. Denver is home to over 725,000 people. The market is currently a seller’s market. Although, the wave is changing. The estate market is gradually turning into a buyer’s market. The good news is that there are a lot of houses available for sale in Colorado. The prices have remained constant for some years now. And now that the number of homes put up for sale has gone up, the prices are expected to go down in the near future. Investors should keep their eyes on the market to get the best deal at the best cost possible as many foreign investors willingly pay 10-30 percent higher than the market price. A number of facts are responsible for this, the major one being a low unemployment rate.  Generally, early fall and late summer are the best times to buy a property. It is a market full of future appreciation and higher returns.

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