Sunday, October 2, 2016

Land

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While the media may make it sound like there isn't enough land to share we  know better.


                        
    The  first area we chose to build our first reservation is in Colorado, due to the empty spaces, literally allowing us to purchase hundreds of thousands of acres at once.




                  This is only 83,622 acres of private land, at $$76,400,000$$
                                  We did the math, even rounding up 77 million  from the 1 billion spent in each
  city. leaves a horrific 923,000,000 . Yet that 77 million could easily give 350,000 people    permanent homestead land . And thats only a fraction of the money wasted used wisely.     


                                        


                                                     















Acres 55,486
Price $54,700,000

Colorado Legacy Ranch

On the market for the first time, Wolf Springs Ranch is one of those treasures that took the Seller years to assemble through small purchases and public land trades which blocked up this marvelous land holding. The 55,486 deeded acre ranch is a sportsman’s paradise outfitted with plenty of natural resources, production capabilities, and magnificent scenery along the eastern face of the continental divide. Abundant water from several streams, reservoirs and springs support a resident elk herd, plentiful mule deer and pronghorn antelope supporting what could be a revenue-generating hunting operation. This complete ranch with first class improvements operates as a bison-cattle-horse ranch with over 3,370 acres of irrigable water rights. The ranch is in an excellent location, just 15 miles to the Silver West jet-accessible airport and under a two-hour drive to Colorado Springs. At a time when larger ranches are disappearing, this true legacy ranch property is now available.




                                   
Riata Trail at Shadow Creek Ranch
Colorado - Summit County - Silverthorne
Acres 5,835
Price $4,500,000

Shadow Creek is one of the 'most breathtakingly beautiful ranches in Colorado. Riata Trail at Shadow Creek Ranch is one of 22 member homesteads sharing ownership of a 5,835±-acre working cattle ranch. The three-bedroom, 3,243 sq. ft. home and 4,910 sq. ft. party barn are sited for dramatic vistas of wildflower meadows, snowcapped mountain peaks and the nearby Green Mountain Reservoir. The Ranch members can be as actively involved in roundups and other cattle operations as they want to be or they can just kick back and be pampered by the ranch’s full time concierge and wrangler staff. Members either can have their own horses on their individual homestead or boarded at the ranch. Alternatively, a ranch cowboy will bring a saddled one from the ranch herd for you to ride on the hundreds of miles of trails. Ranch staff also serve as big game hunting or trout fishing guides on the “Gold Medal” waters of the Blue River that run through the ranch. A full-time chef and wait staff are on hand for gourmet meals in the lodge dining room. The lodge also has four suites for guests or members who have not yet built their homes. Additionally, there is a luxurious four-bedroom, five-bath guest cabin for members. There are also five fully stocked cabins near trout ponds in remote corners of the ranch for back to nature overnights or a mid-day lunch. A sixth cabin is sited on the river for fly-fishermen. Trap, skeet, a rifle range, ski and sledding hills, an indoor riding arena and numerous spring fed trout ponds round out recreational opportunities on the ranch.

                                       

 

                                       
                                


Acres 7820
Price $4,700,000

Southern Colorado Cattle & Trophy Hunting Ranch

San Miguel Creek Ranch is a scenic, well-balanced cattle and trophy hunting ranch that showcases the very best of Southern Colorado. Conveniently located only 6.5 miles from Trinidad, this scenic ranch is very accessible yet secluded in the foothills with spectacular 360-degree views of mountain ranges, peaks, mesas and western landscapes. The ranch .encompasses 6,140± deeded acres and utilizes an additional 480 state lease acres and 1,200 private lease acres that adjoin the deeded land. The ranch is well watered with ponds, small creeks (seasonal and year-round) and stockwater pipelines and tanks. Fenced into seven pastures, the ranch has a carrying capacity of around 175 cow/calf pairs year-round. The San Miguel Creek Ranch has excellent wildlife habitat that supports abundant numbers of trophy mule deer, elk and antelope also bear, mountain lion, bobcats and diverse bird species. Built in 2011, the owner’s residence is a 3,500-square-foot, 3-bedroom, 3-bath home sitting stately on a hill overlooking the valley with amazing views. There are two other homes across the ranch, each with a barnyard setting.





















Acres 12,505 Total Acres
Price $8,500,000



Production and Cattle Ranch in the Wet Mountain Valley

Since 1942, two generations of Boyers have ranched in the Wet Mountain Valley, rimmed by the magnificent Sangre de Cristo Mountains and surrounded by 10,000-14,000 ft. peaks. With approximately 12,505 total acres (11,380 deeded and 1,125 state of Colorado leased acres), the Boyer Ranch is located six miles south of the charming town of Westcliffe and runs south for an additional eight miles. Just an hour and a half from Colorado Springs and minutes from the jet capable Silver West Airport, the ranch is an assemblage of homesteads from the late 1800s and is well watered with over 18 CFS of water rights, seasonal streams, multiple runoff ponds, three artesian wells filling two large ponds and 10 wells. The ranch irrigates 700 acres – putting up an average 1,200 tons of premium high-altitude, native grass hay each year. Historically running 500-550 cow/calf pairs, the ranch has recently been used as a hay/grazing ranch running 900-1,000 yearling cattle for six months, selling all of the hay. Improvements consist of two modest homes and a bunkhouse, two wood barns, several loafing sheds, three large steel hay barns, shop/garage, and a good set of working corrals and scale. Large numbers of antelope range freely on the ranch with elk migrating through at various times along with turkey and occasional black bear. One artesian pond is stocked with trout and the ranch is close to National Forest and several mountain trailheads.




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Parcel Size: 1996 Acres

Price:  4,000,000, USD


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