The setting that is home to The Home Ranch can be summed up by one word: magical. Situated on a level plateau slightly above the river valley floor, the ranch is tremendously picturesque and private. Wide open meadows lead up to rolling, tree covered mountain sides that frame direct views of the sawtooth range of the Zirkel Mountains. Approximately one mile of the free flowing and crystal clear Elk River stretches along the northern end of the ranch. The entire eastern boundary is shared with the Routt/Medicine Bow National Forest. The National Forest contains a portion of the Continental Divide National Scenic Trail and encompasses over a million acres just out the ranch's back gate. Several rustically posh cabins and boutique lodge rooms house guests for a week at a time. The experience is a well-designed balance of outdoor adventure, superb cuisine, and western lifestyle in one of the most scenic and photographed locations in Colorado. Paved roads to the ranch and easy access to the local and regional airports provide an easy transition from the transportation hubs around the globe to the comfort of The Home Ranch.
The Home Ranch is 17 miles north of the renowned resort town of Steamboat Springs, Colorado. The ranch is located in Clark, a quaint community with a post office/deli/store, pre-school, K-8 charter school, fire station and a restaurant. It is easily accessed via year-round county roads. Routt County Road 129 travels through open meadows north of town; it winds its way through several conservation ranches with open, protected and working landscapes. The main ranch entrance, understated but elegant, follows a wide gravel road up a slight incline that reveals a stunning scene: a pastoral meadow surrounding The Home Ranch lodge and cabins with a dramatic, snow covered...
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. With nearly 2 miles of live water, Routt National Forest access and close proximity to quaint shops, fine dining and world class skiing, the Steamboat River Ranch strikes the perfect balance of productive ranchland, quality improvements and first rate recreational amenities.
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. A custom 6,500 sq. ft. home overlooks the 2+ miles of Trout Creek winding its way through the valley floor below. Water rights convey; approximately 240 acres are irrigated and subirrigated with the balance of the land being well-suited for grazing. Cast a line in the aptly named Trout Creek, ride in the emerald green meadows, fly through the powder snow on a snowmobile--the ranch is primed for all kinds of recreational pursuits and is a short drive to the Steamboat ski slopes. The luxury home, constructed by a builder known for quality construction, is perfectly sited to take full advantage the creek view as it meanders back and forth through the irrigated fields. Quality craftsmanship and professionally selected decor and furnishings complement the intelligent floor plan with 5 bedrooms, 5.5 baths and plenty of indoor parking space. Trout Creek Ranch tags many of the bases for a buyer craving solitude and beautiful landscape without sacrificing comfort and convenience to the amenities of a resort town.
Dunckley Flattops Ranch is a 1,268+/- acre working cattle and hunting ranch located 35 miles southwest of Steamboat Springs. The ranch consists of two sets of working facilities; new improvements include perimeter and cross fencing, several large ag buildings and pipe corrals with good water distribution. The ranch is rich in history - the site of the Dunkley (sic) post office built in 1900 - with water rights dating back to some of the original area settlers. Direct access on USFS Trail 1111 at the southern end of the ranch leads to the Dunkley Flattops, a geologically unique range characterized by flat mountains loaded with dense forests, open meadows, streams and lakes. 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 Dunckley Flattops Ranch is a year-round cattle and hunting ranch with the right proportion of hay production, water and grazing preferred in a quality ranch.
Hahn's Peak Roadhouse is located 25 miles north of Steamboat Springs. Routt County Road 129 is the main road connecting Steamboat Springs to the Clark and Steamboat Lake area. Hahn's Peak Roadhouse has long attracted locals and guests with an impressive variety of services, activities, community events and lodging options. The hub of all-things-fun in an area renowned for stunning scenery and year-round recreation, the Roadhouse consists of several businesses within a business. With a strong expectation of excellent customer service and an eye toward ease of ownership in the future, the owners have diligently upgraded and maintained every improvement on the property. New improvements have been added, expanding the lodging opportunities available to guests. Federal, state and county permits that accompany the ranch operation are exceedingly difficult, if not impossible, to obtain in today's regulatory climate. These permits underscore the property's ability to generate a positive cash flow and provide room to increase revenue. Hahn's Peak Roadhouse, with a history of great services and income-generating activities, combined with its location and irreplaceable entitlements, is being offered turn-key.
Middle Elk River Ranch has 70 acres with 1/4 mile of both sides of the Elk River located just 7 paved miles north of Steamboat Springs, CO. Straddling the sought-after Elk River and just off of Routt County Road 129, this property is easy to access from town. The acreage north of the river (approximately 13) is completely covered in cottonwoods and pines, providing a private and quiet setting along the banks of the river. The south bank of the river is flanked by a steep hillside loaded with game trails that wind through the thick pine forest. The remaining acreage on the south side of the Elk River is a level to rolling aspen covered bench that attracts elk, deer, bear and an occasional moose. The property is within a 1/2 mile of the Routt National Forest and an additional 2 miles of public fishing on the Elk River. The ranch has no covenants, is close to a notable resort town and public land, has live water and great privacy. This property checks many of the boxes for quality, recreational acreage.
Sidney Peak Ranch is a gated, 1,500 acre, shared-amenity ranch in the sought-after valley floor just south of Steamboat Springs. Central water, groomed equestrian/hiking/biking trails, paved roads, and a 2 bedroom bunkhouse are part of the amenities shared by 32 owners. Only 7 miles from the slopes, the ranch is home to a professionally managed 32 stall barn/indoor riding arena with on-site horse boarding. The site of a historic homestead, parcel 30 consists of 50 deeded acres nestled in a protected valley with panoramic views across the irrigated hay meadows to the Steamboat Ski area. The property is classified as agricultural land; owners benefit with significantly lower property taxes. Sidney Peak Ranch is a great opportunity to own a large, well-managed ranch in a world class resort at an attractive price.