4,850 acres plus a grazing permit on the adjoining Routt National Forest--Big Creek Ranch is located in northwest Colorado, an area known to put huge summer gains on cattle.
Historic water rights irrigate native grass hay meadows on this 490 acre ranch located just 4 miles north of Steamboat Springs, Colorado. Pipe corrals and covered working facilities are complemented by the top quality home and outbuildings.
Trout Creek Ranch is 925 acres located 12 paved miles southwest of Steamboat Springs, Colorado, in a wide valley flanked by gently sloping sage-covered hillsides. The ranch is fenced and consists of irrigated pastures with good water rights. A custom 6,500 sq. ft. home overlooks the 2+ miles of Trout Creek winding its way through the valley floor below.
Set along the foothills with direct views of the twin peaks of Mt. Meeker and Longs Peak, Meadow Green Farm is an outstanding 179.15-acre country estate that includes a 40-acre lake, a custom home on two levels with 6,957 sq. ft. of living space plus an attached three-car, one-RV garage with a 2,000-sq. ft. shop. The home is landscaped with a sprinkler system, mature trees and wrap-around covered porch on three sides and includes a screened-in porch and entertaining/barbecue area. Spacious 4 bedroom, 5 bath house nicely appointed with great room and bar on the main level, spare bedrooms on the upper level with a lounge TV area. The farm has excellent water rights and produces 10,000 bales of premium grass hay, 48 x 120 hay storage barn, 6,000-square-foot heated shop with office and 2 bedroom apartment with a complete set of working corrals.
Deep Creek Ranch is 2,000+/- acres in the sought-after Elk River Valley north of Steamboat Springs, Colorado. It is diverse with open grass land and alfalfa fields at the southern end of the ranch, irrigated meadows along the easily accessible county road and upland grazing at the northeastern part of the ranch. The ranch is ideally suited for a livestock operation; it has very good cattle handling facilities, excellent fences and numerous ponds and springs. Water rights will convey and the seller has been deliberate about adjudicating the water rights. The ranch is accessed via year-round, county maintained and lightly traveled roads, is not over improved–a clean slate for the next generation of ownership to create — and has several modest homes and outbuildings. Located less than 15 minutes from Steamboat Springs and its world famous ski slopes, Deep Creek Ranch is one of the larger offerings in this resort area.
The Mantle Ranch is 525 acres of spectacularly remote landscape surrounded by the largest National Monument in Colorado. The ranch is a living display of time – human and geologic. It is wild, scenic, remote and rich in history. Consisting of two non-contiguous parcels, the ranch has continuously operated as a horse and cattle ranch for the last hundred years. The lower acreage is just over 5,100 feet in elevation and is known as The Mantle Ranch parcel; lush irrigated meadows flank the Yampa River here as it flows toward its confluence with the Green River about 10 miles downstream. The upper acreage, known as the Red Rock Ranch parcel, is several hundred feet higher in elevation and consists mostly of sagebrush pasture with water supplied by springs and a drilled well. Grazing rights on the adjacent public land are appurtenant and complement the livestock operation. Both parcels are accessed via seasonally maintained county roads. Located in Colorado’s largely unspoiled northwest corner, the ranch is unlike any ranch on the market today.
Dunckley Flattops Ranch is a 1,268+/- acre working cattle and hunting ranch located 35 miles southwest of Steamboat Springs. 150+/- acres on the ranch are irrigated native hay meadows; the balance is a good mixture of ridges and valleys that support livestock and big game.
The Hatt Ranch is 580 acres in the Steamboat-Vail corridor. Located 45 scenic miles south of Steamboat Springs, the ranch has easy, year-round access. The front gate is less than a mile off of paved State Highway 131 on a well maintained gravel road. Approximately 180 acres are irrigated and King Creek flows through 2 miles of the ranch. A recently completed reservoir will provide storage water for irrigation and stockwater. The ranch is ideal for a livestock operation and can also be divided into 16 home sites with direct views of the Flattops to the west and the rugged Gore Ranch to the east. Bordering thousands of acres of public BLM land, the property is well-located for big-game hunting, riding and hiking. With easy access, stunning scenery, productive meadows and so many recreational opportunities, the Hatt Ranch is well priced for the ranch land buyer.
Long View Ranch is a well maintained ranch consisting of 333 deeded acres and 150 BLM leased acres with rolling, usable terrain. The area is rich in western history with both the Oregon Trail and the Pony Express Trail lying just south of the property and the Texas Trail sitting east of the ranch. During the 1800’s, herds of cattle were trailed north along the Cheyenne-to-Deadwood Stage Route.
Lay Creek Ranch is fenced for cattle with water provided by several springs along the creek bottom.
Traditionally used for grazing and hay, T & T ranch typcially produces 200 tons of dryland grass hay on an annual basis. The ranch consists of 240 acres.
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