North Middle Fork Ranch (NMFR), located 45 minutes outside Boulder between Lyons and Rocky Mountain National Park, is 600+/- acres of private, pristine and beautiful mountain land within Roosevelt National Forest. Just off the dramatic South St. Vrain Canyon, NMFR lies at the end of a Forest Service Road. NMFR features undulating lush meadows, Ponderosa and aspen forests, significant rock formations, and more than two miles of Dry St. Vrain Creek.
NMFR possesses unusual Boulder County-granted entitlements to construct sizable residential and recreational buildings. The owner may select for improvements any two of four outstanding building envelopes. On one site, a private residence and related buildings totaling 15,000 square feet are allowed; on the second site, the owner may construct up to 35,000 square feet of equestrian, agricultural and other buildings, including a 2,000-square-foot caretakers residence. A total of 50,000 square feet of structures may be built.
Offered in cooperation with Rob Feder, Conservation Land Inc.
~ 600+/- deeded acres
~ 12+/- miles from Lyons and 25+/- miles from Boulder
~ Nearly surrounded by Roosevelt National Forest
~ Within 30 minutes of Rocky Mountain National Park
~ 2+ miles of Dry St. Vrain Creek
~ U.S. Forest Service easement to use and improve Forest Road as residential access
~ Access route to all building envelopes pre-approved by Boulder County
~ Vested rights to construct buildings, including two residences, totaling 50,000 square feet
~ Choice of pre-approved building envelopes
~ Abundant elk, bear and other wildlife
~ Outstanding native plant communities
~ Heavy timber
~ Scenic views
~ Elevations range from 6,300 feet to 8,200 feet