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Dolores River Ranch
#CO418064
Montezuma, Colorado
1120.00 acres
The Dolores River Ranch located in Southwest Colorado sits on top of Haycamp Mesa offering tremendous views from various locations. Bordered on 3 sides by national forest the terrain varies from canyons marked by rock outcroppings and overhangs to rolling wildflower-filled meadows with ponds and springs. There are still historical remnants from when hay was cut in the meadows. The ranch is modestly improved allowing for a new owner to mold and shape it to their vision. With an abundance of untapped potential, the ranch offers excellent hunting and recreation opportunities for those looking for the perfect getaway. Or for those looking for a more permanent home, the property offers numerous building sites with expansive views of the Dolores River Valley, Sleeping Ute Mountain, the San Juan Mountains, Mesa Verde, and as far as the eye can see. Location Located approximately 5 miles east of Dolores, Colorado in Montezuma County only an hour drive from Durango, CO with commercial jet service. The property lies on top of Hay Camp Mesa and is bordered by the San Juan National Forest on 3 sides falling off to the Dolores River Valley and CR 36. Dolores, once a station for the Rio Grande Southern Railroad, lies just 40 miles from the 4 Corners Monument. The area is known for its Native American history with numerous historic sites such as Mesa Verde and the Canyons of the Ancients. The town of Dolores sits in a narrow valley on the banks of the Dolores River at the edge of the San Juan Mountains just upriver from McPhee reservoir. Access Access to the property is by Forest Service Rd 392 and CR 36. Elevation, Topography, Vegetation Dolores River Ranch sits from about 7,100 ft. to around 8,000 ft. The property has everything from open meadows with high elevation grasses and forbs to thick oak brush, large mature oak motts and lots of majestic old-growth ponderosa pines and aspen groves. Improvements There is a modest Hogan (traditional Navajo home) that is approximately 900 sqft and a gazebo with a fire pit to provide the perfect weekend getaway/hunting camp accommodations. There is also a small hunting cabin. Hunting The property lies in GMU 73 which was home to the Boone & Crockett World Record Typical Mule Deer scoring 226 4/8. Montezuma County is on an upward trend of Trophy production since 1984 and is ranked 11th for total B&C trophy entries. Mule Deer: Tags can be drawn about every year to every other year in the regular draw and the property also qualifies for the Landowner Preference Point Program. Elk: Elk hunting is also good and either sex tags are good for units 71, 72, 73, 711. Elk tags can consistently be drawn every other year for 1st rifle season. Bear: Bear hunting is very good with excellent bear habitat. Both Colorado residents and nonresidents drew 100% with 0 points. Turkey: Turkey hunting is excellent with large populations and over the counter tags for both Spring and Fall seasons. Recreation There are limitless opportunities for recreation with close proximity to skiing, snowmobiling, fishing, hunting, backpacking, and camping to name just a few. Durango Mountain Resort is just a 1 ½ hour drive. The Dolores River, McPhee Reservoir and the San Juan National Forest is right out your backdoor. Water and Power The property has a well with solar pump located at the Hogan and a generator provides power for the Hogan. Closest electric is located along the property line adjacent to the Dolores River. Timber There is some potential timber value. Parts of the nearby national forest have been logged and a sawmill is located outside Dolores. Minerals none Financial verification required to schedule showing. All units of measure and maps showing property boundaries are approximate. Buyer to verify to their own satisfaction. This property is offered by John Hayter Inc, DBA Ranch Marketers. All information provided by Ranch Marketers or their sales representatives in connection with this property was acquired from sources deemed reliable and is believed to be accurate and reliable, however, we do not warrant its accuracy or completeness. Ranch Marketers recommends that every item of importance to the purchaser (i.e. water laws, mineral laws, zoning, land use regulations, state, federal and private permits) be independently verified by the purchaser and/or purchaser’s attorney.
$2,850,000
El Cercon Hunting Lodge & Resort
#216157
2582.00 acres
Location El Cercon is in the Cunco Council of the La Aruacania Region of Chile only 6 kilometers north of Lake Caburgua and 50 kilometers from Cunco. Temuco is the closest large city being a 2-hour drive. The La Araucania airport in Temeco is the closest airport and located 690 kilometers south of Santiago, Chile and is a 2-hour drive by vehicle from the property. Access Access is by improved road system. Elevation, Topography, Vegetation The property lies in a small central valley surrounded with ravines and mountains covered in native trees and shrubs including species such as Araucaria (Monkey-Puzzle trees- an evergreen similar to pines), Lenga (deciduous beech tree), Nirre (deciduous rainforest tree), Coigue (evergreen trees), and Manio (hardwood tree resistant to rot) with natural grasslands and 36 hectares of cleared land. From the valley floor the property climbs to an elevation of approximately 1,670 meters (5,479 feet). Water The property has rivers, streams, lagoons and waterfalls with immense views of Lake Caburgua and the Trafampulli River traverses the property. Improvements El Cercon is well improved with an immaculate main hme appointed with wood floors, exposed beams, and excellent finishings. The main home is 5 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms and maids quarters and has a large garden, swimming pool, barbecue and entertaining areas with dramatic view of the Villarrica Volcano and Lake Caburgua. In addition to the main home, there is a guesthouse, managers cottage, maintenance workers home and annex, store and hunting lodge and hide. Hunting There is excellent hunting both on the high fence preserve and free range for Red Stag. In addition, hunting for fallow deer, wild boar, waterfowl, and upland birds is available. Red Stag Wild Boar Fallow deer Waterfowl Upland birds Fishing If you enjoy fishing, El Cercon will not disappoint; it has abundant Rainbow trout for the fly-fishing enthusiast. Recreation The limitless outdoor activities available at El Cercon and surrounding area for the outdoor adventurer are just incredible. From hiking and climbing to rafting and boating. Rafting Fishing hunting Hiking Boating Wildlife viewing Hot Springs ...and much more! There are also numerous things to see and do on days trips from the property to the surrounding area and Temeco. Enjoy soccer and rugby matches, art and history museums and more. If you are a wine lover, Chile is the 5th largest exporter of wine with over 100 wineries across the country. Water and Power The Trafampulli River provides water and power to the property, Electricity is provided by hydroelectric power plant via underground electric lines. El Cercon has both consumptive and non-consumptive water rights from the Trafampulli River. Consumptive - 750 lts/sec May-Dec Non-Consumptive - 1588 lts/sec average per each month The property also has an approved hydroelectric project to generate 3 mw from power plant project on the Trafampulli River. Improvement Schedule Main House - 3,014 square feet, 5 bedrooms, 4 baths with maid quarters Managers home Employee home and annex Store Lodge and hide Acreage Breakdown Hunting Preserve - 400 hectares (988.42 acres) Plains and rolling hills - 100 hectares (247.11 acres) Slopes and mountains with native forest - 545 hectares (1,346.72)
$2,800,000
ABQ Ranch
#NM256995
Bernalillo, New Mexico
2170.00 acres
ABQ Ranch offers a rare opportunity to purchase a large acreage ranch very close to Albuquerque, New Mexico. This ranch will feel like a property that is much bigger due to the terrain as well as areas that offer thick timber. Enjoy expansive vistas from the upper elevations on the limestone rimrock or the quiet seclusion of the grassy parks and meadows. There are numerous beautiful building locations from high points with expansive views or hidden meadows that offer seclusion and peace and quiet to watch wildlife. This ranch is truly a blank slate for a new owner to sculpt into their ideal ranch, luxury estate, or simple recreation retreat. Location The ranch is located 10 minutes south of Chilili and straddles the Torrence and Bernalillo County line. The closest commercial service airport is located 35 minutes away at Albuquerque. Albuquerque, New Mexico - 35 minutes Tijeras, New Mexico - 15 minutes Access Access to the ranch is via all-weather maintained caliche road. . Elevation, Topography, Vegetation .The elevation of the range ranges from a highest point of around 7,100 feet to around 6,600 feet at the lowest point. Vegetation consist of a variety of tree species including alligator juniper, red juniper, pinyon pines, and a few ponderosa pines with grasses including different species of grama grasses, bush muhly, vine mesquite, buffalo, and slender wheatgrass to name a few along with various wildflower and cacti species Ag Uses ABQ Ranch could be utilized as a cattle ranch, horse ranch or combination ranch running a few head of cattle and/or horses. The ranch would need to be fenced before owner would be able to stock livestock. Timber A fire impacted approximately one-third of the ranch in 2016 leaving good quantities of fire-cured standing dead timber which makes excellent firewood. Possible to contract out to sell for firewood or hire hands to cut and sell. Hunting Hunting for elk and deer is good with lots of sign of deer on the ranch. The ranch is located in game management area 14 and should be really good hunting with all the new growth after the 2018 fire. Recreation Owners can enjoy numerous recreational activities including ATVing, hiking, shooting, and horseback riding, and the best part is the new owner will be able to construct trails and roads exactly how they want them as there are almost no roads or trail systems on the property. Water and Power There are several points where power is located at the property line or just off the property. Water would be provided by well that would need to be permitted and drilled. There is a surface tank that is dry and would need to be cleaned out to improve holding capacity. Minerals Any and all minerals owned will convey.
$2,520,000
Chama River Canyon Ranch
#NM399141
Rio Arriba, New Mexico
2200.00 acres
Chama River Canyon Ranch is a captivating ranch with unexpected qualities starting the moment you drive up to the front gate. You will stand at the edge of the rimrock overlooking deep canyons with streams and waterholes shadowed by large cliff faces, aspens, cottonwoods and ponderosas. The ease of operating this cattle ranch will be immediately evident. Moving cattle, feeding, and calving can all be done easily with a single person; mostly by the best cowboy - a feed truck. Additional income is also available through hunting; the owner could either sell the ranch tags or one could do their own hunting operation as well. There is a lot of flexibility from using the hunting to offset ranch operation costs or for the hunter using the cattle operations or grazing lease to help pay for their hunting addiction and allow them to hunt quality big game every year. One will never tire of the dramatic vistas they will experience and will find themselves longing to be back to relax and enjoy life on the ranch. Location The Ranch is located southeast of Chama, New Mexico. The area is primarily made up of large ranches and BLM and the ranch borders national forest, BLM and the Chama River Canyon Wilderness. The nearest town and post office is Cebolla, New Mexico. Cebolla, New Mexico - 30 minutes Chama, New Mexico - 1 hour Santa Fe, New Mexico - 2 hours Taos, New Mexico - 2 hours Albuquerque, New Mexico - 2 hours 45 minutes Access County Road 303 provides county maintained access to the ranch. Elevation, Topography, Vegetation The ranch elevation is from about 6,700 feet to around 7,100 feet. Terrain is flat to rolling hills covered with sagebrush, grama grasses, junipers and pinyons cut by dramatic deep rimrock bordered canyons with pockets of aspens, ponderosas, oaks and junipers. Water The ranch is very well watered with numerous springs (40+) and over 2 miles of Rio Cebolla. In addition there are 3 water wells and additional surface tanks. The water on this ranch makes it highly valuable for wildlife and livestock operations. Improvements The ranch has an 80 + year old 3,000 +/- sqft ranch house with 4 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms with log beams. There are also additional outbuildings for ranch operations. Ag Uses Historically operated as a cattle ranch with the ability to run 75 +/- head, the terrain makes the ranch easily operated with low overhead and would be an excellent ranch for expanding an existing operation or for someone looking to start their own operation. The ranch offers the added benefit of being able to add additional income from hunting or a hunter could purchase and use the cattle operation or grazing lease to offset costs. The ranch would also make an excellent horse ranch. Hunting Located in one of the top game units of New Mexico known for high elk success rates and in the number one county for producing Boone & Crockett Mule Deer the ranch historically secures +/- 14 elk tags annually and Unit 51 allows unlimited landowner deer tags. This ranch offers hunters an exceptional opportunity to hunt quality big game every year. There is also hunting for Merriam Turkey, lion, and bear. New Mexico allows the use of dogs to hunt lion and bear. Fishing There is fishing at the ranch as well as on adjoining national forest and wilderness. In addition, there are some great fishing opportunities at nearby lakes such as Heron Lake, El Vado Lake and Abiquiu Lake as well as fishing on the Rio Chama. See links below. Abiquiu Lake Heron Lake State Park El Vado Lake State Park Fish for: Trout Kokanee Salmon Bass Perch Catfish Carp Walleye Recreation There is no shortage of things to do at the ranch. It provides excellent horseback riding, hiking, ATVing, wading in the streams, or just relaxing reading a book with your feet in the stream. The owners also will have direct access to BLM, national forest as well as the Chama River Canyon Wilderness Area that will provide limitless recreation opportunities. Here are just a few outdoor recreational activities one might enjoy on the ranch or the surrounding area: Hunting Fishing Camping Horseback Riding Hiking Biking Four Wheeling Boating Water and Power There is electricity and phone to the ranch and water wells service the ranch home and livestock operations. Minerals Minerals are unknown. Property sold where is as is. Financial verification required to schedule showing. All units of measure and maps showing property boundaries are approximate. Buyer to verify to their own satisfaction. This property is offered by John Hayter Inc, DBA Ranch Marketers. All information provided by Ranch Marketers or their sales representatives in connection with this property was acquired from sources deemed reliable and is believed to be accurate and reliable, however, we do not warrant its accuracy or completeness. Ranch Marketers recommends that every item of importance to the purchaser (i.e. water laws, mineral laws, zoning, land use regulations, state, federal and private permits) be independently verified by the purchaser and/or purchaser’s attorney
$2,500,000
West Elks Lodge
#CO427099
Gunnison, Colorado
40.00 acres
West Elks Lodge has been accommodating hunters and guests since 1994. Hunters have access to some of the best hunting in the West Elks and guests can enjoy one of the most beautiful valleys in all of Colorado. Phenomenal recreation for both summer and winter activities at Crested Butte is less than 40 minutes away and Gunnison is just 30 minutes. West Elks Lodge is a special opportunity for a new owner to build upon the foundation built by current owners and expand the lodge operation or simply enjoy the property for themselves. With additional beautiful building sites, a new owner could also build their dream home and use the existing homes strictly for lodge operations Location West Elks Lodge is located in the Ohio River Valley in Gunnison County and is approximately 30 minutes from Gunnison and 40 miles to Crested Butte. Gunnison - 30 Minutes Crested Butte - 45 minutes Access Property is accessible by County Road 703 and easement across the Ohio River. . Elevation, Topography, Vegetation The property lies in the Ohio River Valley and has rolling topography with aspens, pines, and irrigated meadows. The elevation is approximately 8,500 feet. Water, Power and Water Rights The property has water rights for irrigating the fields and there is one water well on the property serving homes. Power is on property. There is 300 feet of Ohio River frontage as well. Improvements The property is improved with a nice 3,000 square foot 2 bed, 2 bath log home, and a 2 bedroom 1 bath log cabin. There is also a barn, tool shop and corrals. Ag Uses The property is an excellent horse property and can also be leased out for grazing and possibly hayed. Hunting The hunting in the West Elks is exceptional for both elk and mule deer. The property lies in GMU 55 and offers over-the-counter 2nd and 3rd rifle tags for elk. The hunters regularly are 100% on elk and have access to the national forest through property’s private easement allowing excellent access to the hunting area. Recreation The Gunnison area offers unbelievable hiking, mountain biking, and offroading in the summer and excellent snowmobiling and snowshoeing in the winter. There is also excellent fishing in the Gunnison River and at Blue Mesa Reservoir. Minerals No minerals
$2,500,000
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