Two Pine Apartment

A charming two-bedroom, one-bathroom apartment on Oak Street in the Two Pine Building is situated in the heart of Steamboat Springs. This meticulously maintained residence is located on the second floor, accessible via an exterior covered stairway. The apartment features a delightful balcony just outside the front door. The entrance is tiled with a built-in bench, providing a practical space to shed shoes and hang coats. The apartment unfolds into a bright and open living area, seamlessly connected to a full kitchen. A gas fireplace adds warmth and character to the living room, creating a cozy ambiance. The two bedrooms, featuring substantial closets with sliding doors, offer comfort and privacy. Large windows in both bedrooms not only invite abundant natural light but also provide great views of downtown Steamboat and Howelsen Hill—the oldest operational ski area in the country. The full bathroom is off the living area, and a closet adjacent to the bathroom houses a brand-new washer and dryer. Built in 2014, this apartment exudes quality in its finish and design. The kitchen has a stove, oven, microwave, fridge, and dishwasher. Additionally, the unit includes a dedicated parking space in the detached heated garage, with public parking also available outside the building. Explore the vibrant ski town lifestyle, where shopping, dining, and recreational activities are just minutes away. It is a short walk or ride to downtown conveniences and the countless activities the Yampa River provides. The downtown location is convenient to Steamboat Resort – Colorado’s second-largest ski area, numerous national forest trailheads for hiking, biking, and riding, and nearby rivers and lakes for fishing and water sports. A deed restriction requires the occupant to be employed in Routt County OR have an income less than 120% of the average median income for Routt County. There are no restrictions on the actual owner, rental rate or appreciation. Embrace the Steamboat lifestyle on Oak Street, where comfort, convenience, and mountain living converge.


Appel Flats Acreage

A rare opportunity to own 62 acres, merely 10 miles from Steamboat Springs, at a discounted price! The rolling meadows and open pasture land allow versatility, ideal for grazing horses or livestock and dry land hay cultivation. A seasonal creek passes through the property, and the topography creates private areas of land shielded from the county roads. A pre-existing driveway is in place with room for extension. Additionally, essential utilities include a domestic well, electricity, and a septic system. The land allows for the construction of a home, an accessory dwelling unit (ADU), and ample space for additional outbuildings such as a stable, barn, indoor arena, or corrals. No restrictive covenants or HOAs allow freedom to utilize the land and build without restrictions. Access to the property is easy, boarded by both a dirt and paved county-maintained road. Beyond the land’s borders, there is a wealth of recreational opportunities, including Cow Creek, with trails linking to Steamboat Springs. Nearby, abundant outdoor activities like hunting, hiking, biking, and horseback riding exist. Dining, shopping, and recreation in Steamboat Springs is under a 20-minute drive away. It’s important to know that the land requires cleanup due to scattered remnants, such as old cars, trailers, scraps, and the remains of a previously burned-down structure. However, the property’s price reflects these considerations. Once cleaned up, this versatile plot of land holds the potential to be an exceptional horse property, a haven for a small-scale livestock operation, or simply a rural retreat. This property is within a short drive of one of Colorado’s premier ski resorts, making it a unique opportunity to own land in a coveted area.


Big Gulch Horse Property

This property’s rural charm and natural surroundings make it a haven for outdoor enthusiasts and those seeking a peaceful escape. Whether you have equestrian interests, enjoy wildlife, or simply want to get out of town, 6441 County Road provides a canvas for creating your unique Colorado lifestyle. With history, space, and natural beauty at your doorstep, this property invites you to explore the possibilities and make it your own.


Cat Creek Ranch – East

In the same family for generations, Cat Creek Ranch East consists of approximately 2233 acres of high mountain grazing and hunting land.  The ranch is mostly treed with stands of mixed timber with open, grassy parks.  Loaded with big game, the ranch shares a long boundary with the national forest.  The ranch is located out side of Yampa, Colorado in the Steamboat-Vail corridor.  


Taylor Canyon Ranch

Located between Steamboat and Clark in the coveted Elk River Valley, this 133- acre property bordered the Routt National Forest.  A seasonal, cottonwood-lined creek flows the entire length of the property and two trout ponds are situated in the valley above the house. Improvements include a modest 3 bedroom home, a historic cabin and a barn.  The property is fenced and cross-fenced and is currently used for cattle grazing.  Taylor Canyon Ranch is an excellent opportunity to own an attractive property with easy access to Clark and its coveted outdoor recreation or to Steamboat and its renowned powder-skiing.

Sleeping Giant Acres

Located just 8 miles northwest of Steamboat and west of the Elk River Valley, this 35-acre parcel has outstanding mountain views and easy, year-round access. The property borders 2 large ranches on the east and north boundaries. The upper reaches of the property have panoramic views of the Continental Divide, Steamboat ski area, and Sleeping Giant while the lower end has a small valley with gentle slopes near County Road 46. The west ridge is covered in oak brush and attracts deer and elk plus a variety of birds. Located in the highly rated Steamboat School District, the property is fewer than 6 miles from the new K-8 school. 1,700 acres of State and BLM land is within 2 miles. Two National Forest trailheads and public fishing along the Elk River are about a 6.5-mile drive. World-class skiing is only 15 miles away and with $200M invested in expansion and improvements, the Steamboat ski area will be Colorado’s second-largest ski resort!


Elk Riverbend Retreat

An angler fishes in the Elk River east of Steamboat Springs, Colorado

With over 2,300 feet of Elk River frontage, Elk Riverbend Retreat is a beautiful 27-acre property located a few miles from Steamboat Springs. Tall cottonwood trees cover most of the property, creating a park-like feel. The upper reaches of the property have expansive views of the surrounding Rockies and the Steamboat ski area. On the banks of the river, a rustic cabin provides shelter from summer showers and offers a place to warm up when it’s cold outside. Located in a prime resort area with easy access to town and the regional airport, the Elk Riverbend Retreat is a unique offering in a limited-inventory market.


The Meadows

The Meadows at Canyon Valley Ranch features a Montana Log Home nestled on the edge of an open meadow surrounded by oak brush-covered hills and treed mountainsides. Situated on a 35-acre parcel that borders 160+ acres of landlocked BLM land, it is common to see wildlife. It is located in GMU 214 with no public access creating a prime hunting & recreation area. The meandering driveway bends along grass meadows with the occasional view of the Yampa River below, leading to a private mountain oasis. Step inside a welcoming, three-season sunroom adjoining the oversized two-car garage to the main home. The open floor plan seamlessly combines the living, dining, and kitchen areas. The recently updated kitchen with a large countertop bar is perfect for entertaining. The living room features a grand stone fireplace, providing a cozy ambiance during cooler months. Large windows flood the interior with natural light, accentuating the hand-peeled logs and framing the picturesque ridgeline as it meets the blue sky. The main level primary suite with an ensuite bathroom and walk-in closet has uninterrupted views of the rising hillside. Two additional bedrooms and a shared bathroom can be found on the upper level, with a loft space overlooking the living room. Outside, the covered porch that runs the entire length of the house beckons you to indulge in outdoor living. With the ample acreage, there is potential for the addition of various amenities such as a barn or workshop.


Seedhouse Cabin

This Elk River area cabin is loaded with character and charm. It is one of the rare properties in the Steamboat/Clark area that has Elk River frontage with National Forest. This area of the county is nearly surrounded by public land with an extensive network of trails, numerous high-mountain lakes, and groomed snowmobiling trails. The 1,311 s.f. home is remodeled in a modern farmhouse style and features vaulted ceilings with an open floor plan. The lower level has 2 bedrooms and one full bath with another bedroom and full bath on the upper level. The spacious kitchen features granite counters, a pantry and a large butcher block island with additional bar seating. Stainless appliances and subway tile backsplash complement the warm wood beams and ceilings. The living room has a gas log stove with a stone hearth and a picture window that overlooks the open meadow and tree-lined Elk River corridor. High-speed internet is wired to the house and it has an excellent producing well. The 382 ft. southern boundary of the 3-acre parcel is the Elk River and National Forest, providing great fishing right out the front door! The National Forest land on the opposite side of the river is difficult to access by the public; it is an extremely private stretch of the Elk River. The outdoor spaces are attractive with huge, fragrant lilacs, aspens that line the irrigation ditch, and spruce trees that offer shade near the house and horseshoe pit. A fire pit, covered porch, and large deck provide plenty of space to enjoy Colorado’s distinct four seasons. Clark, with its general store and deli, pre-school. and award-winning K-8 charter school is just a mile away. Steamboat Springs is 18 paved miles south and has a wide variety of restaurants, great amenities found in much larger towns, and world-class skiing.


Yampa Stillwater Ranch

Yampa Stillwater Ranch is only 4 miles from the small community of Yampa. The ranch is ideally set up as a summer livestock operation. Hay production is very good on the 80+/- acres of irrigated meadows.  An additional 120+/- acres are sub-irrigated pastures. The water rights on the ranch are excellent and increase the ranch’s carrying capacity. In addition to the livestock, the ranch is attractive to elk and deer. With the lush grass pastures and the cool, northeast facing slope at the south end of the ranch, elk hunting is very good. 


Steamboat Home on Fish Creek

This beautifully renovated home sits on a half-acre of heavily wooded land, with picturesque views of Fish Creek in a desirable neighborhood. The house is located on a peaceful cul-de-sac, ensuring there’s no through traffic. The lush greenery and live water in the area make it a sanctuary for native wildlife such as moose, deer, and bears that roam the property and banks of the creek. From the deck, you can enjoy watching the trout as they swim in the shade of the creek’s boulders. The spacious 3,800 s.f. custom-built house boasts a blend of modern, Scandinavian, and French farmhouse styles that exude warmth, comfort, and elegance. The decks are strategically situated to maximize the breathtaking views of the creek and surrounding woodland. With easy access to the ski mountain and downtown, this property is a rare find in a market with limited inventory. It’s the perfect retreat for those seeking a unique and tranquil living experience.


Hayden Cog Acreage

Over 70 acres, accessible from County Road 76, boasts stunning views of the surrounding mountains and rolling hills, making it an ideal location for building your dream home. With a mix of open meadows and brush-covered hillsides, there is plenty of room to roam, and the land is frequented by wildlife, particularly mule deer. With no restrictions or HOA, the property can be split into two parcels. The rolling topography and native grasses make the property suitable for horses or small agricultural operations. Water rights associated with the property allow up to 10 acres to be irrigated, and there is a stock pond for livestock. The property is in a quiet and peaceful part of the county with views of snow-covered mountains in the distance. Whether you’re looking to escape the hustle and bustle of life or want to enjoy the beauty and tranquility of rural Colorado, this property is a perfect choice.


The Murphy-Larsen Ranch Lot 11

Situated on the lower end of the long slope stretching to Cottonwood Creek, Lot 11 is 50 acres and has views across the Elk River Valley east to the Continental Divide. Mature aspens blended with new growth fade into a small open meadow with unobstructed snowy mountain views. The draw below creates cover for local wildlife to the south while the terrain of the North Murphy-Larsen rises to the north. Thick timber provides a natural barrier from the homesites above. National forest access is just a short stroll on the extensive trail system on the ranch. The trails, maintained year-round provide excellent terrain for cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, hiking, and riding around the ranch. The private water system on the Murphy-Larsen supplies water to the lot which also has underground electric and fiber high-speed internet.


The Murphy-Larsen Ranch Lot 6

With its southeast exposure bringing warm morning sun through a beautifully spaced aspen grove, Site 6 has a contemplative appeal. The site overlooks a small valley and has pocket views of the Continental Divide. The largest lot, over 65 acres, is located in the heart of the Murphy-Larsen Ranch. A mix of mature and young aspens and occasional oak scatter the level landscape before a small hill drops off overlooking the horse arena. The position of the lot allows for direct eastern views of the mountainous Zirkel Wilderness, with no possibility for development between. The open valley below is protected by a conservation easement and serves as open space for homeowners to recreate, cattle to graze, and wildlife to call home. West of the ranch is the adjacent million-plus acre Routt National Forest. Electricity and internet connections are already in place providing certainty for homeowners wanting to live in the rural mountains and be reliably connected.


The Murphy-Larsen Ranch Lot 3

A unique 51 acre lot among the homesites, Lot 3 boasts massive vistas over the rolling open space and a ridge that is home to a large elk community. The building site is mostly level with a pocket of aspens and some oak brush providing natural shade and privacy for a mountain home. Water is supplied by the ranch’s private water system. Underground electricity and high-speed internet have been brought to the lot. At the edge of a mature aspen grove, the snow-capped mountains can be seen between the trees in the distance. The open meadows to the west lead up to Pete’s cabin, a historic one-room building that is the midway point along the trail to the national forest. Follow the trails from the homesite directly to the cabin and enjoy the expansive views of the ranch, elk river, and continental divide.


The Murphy-Larsen Ranch Lot 1

Tucked away in the mature aspen grove and on the edge of a small open park, Lot 1 is a perfect canvas for a Colorado ranch home. The 50-acre parcel is situated on a gently sloping hillside that overlooks the community clubhouse where residents can relax on the deck or gather for events. Looking east from the homesite the Elk River valley is framed by a spectacular view of the Continental Divide. Underground electric and a private water system on the ranch supply the utilities for future improvements. The north Murphy-Larsen, 875 acres of community open space, is under a conservation easement that ensures the land will never be developed. Miles of trails on the 1,500-acre ranch are available to homeowners and lead to thousands of acres of the adjacent national forest.

Clark, just a short drive away, is known for its rich western heritage and has gained recognition for its unmatched recreational opportunities. The immense amount of public lands bears high country fishing, backpacking, and trail running in the summer. Winter creates a white wonderland, enjoy ice fishing, snowmobiling, or skiing. Necessities are just a few miles away in Clark. The Clark Store, the Glen Eden resort, a preschool, and the award-winning North Routt Charter School are a short 4-mile drive from the ranch. Steamboat Springs, just 17 miles south, has maintained its genuine small-town culture while providing big-city amenities. The regional airport west of Steamboat is serviced daily by major commercial airlines. With its close proximity to world-class skiing and a convenient regional airport, it is easy to retreat to the quiet serenity of the Murphy-Larsen Ranch.


Deep Creek Ranch – South

Deep Creek Ranch South is 1,200 acres of open grassland, alfalfa fields and irrigated meadows.  Located only 14 miles northwest of Steamboat Springs, Colorado, the ranch is ideally suited for a livestock operation.  It is fenced and cross-fenced and has very good cattle handling facilities.  Water rights will convey and the seller has been deliberate about perfecting the water rights. Deep Creek flows through the northern portion of the property and Salt Creek is near the southern boundary; both creeks provide reliable water for livestock and wildlife.  The ranch is accessed via year round, county maintained and lightly traveled roads and is a short drive into Steamboat with its restaurants, boutique shops and world-class ski slopes.  



Yampa Valley Ranch – Buyer

Yampa Valley Ranch, located just north of the town of Yampa, is a 1,607-acre ranch with amazing views of the Flat Tops. With access to Routt National Forest nearby, this beautiful mountain ranch offers a unique combination of recreation and production. There are 1,290 acres of grazing land and 315 acres of irrigated hay meadows. The ranch offers great trout fishing along the 1.27 miles of the Yampa River.  A newly remodeled log cabin has custom finishes throughout. The ranch is ideally positioned between Vail-Beaver Creek and Steamboat Springs.