Aspen Hollow is an ideal Colorado ranch retreat with easy access to limitless recreation opportunities; skiing at Winter Park and Grandy Ranch, boating on Lake Granby, visiting Rocky Mountain National Park, fishing and rafting on the Colorado River, or just camping and exploring on the BLM.
39 Mile Ranch is a high elevation Colorado ranch close to the front range and Denver as well as Colorado Springs. The ranch has many of the old original homestead structures that could be revitalized to keep that rustic Colorado charm and would make a perfect Colorado retreat, second home, or recreational ranch.
Located 20 minutes east of Pueblo, Colorado, the Thorson Farm is an opportunity to purchase a Colorado property that is capable of running cattle and farming crops or hay. The farm historically raised alfalfa and ran cattle. There is a cozy home, metal sided garage, and an older set of corrals. This area of Colorado offers excellent farms and ranches.
Mt Pisgah Lookout Retreat offers an owner an opportunity to build their dream Colorado home with the feel of complete privacy and seclusion while only being minutes to one of Colorado's most popular mining towns. The views of the Sangre de Cristos are breathtaking and will leave you in awe. The property also has direct access to BLM.
Are you looking for that relaxing peaceful place in Colorado to escape it all? Then you need to take a look at Wilderness Ridge Retreat near Weston, Colorado. With a cozy cabin and and guest house, you can bring the whole family out and relax, hike, and explore. Once you arrive you will not want to leave.
Located on the Southeastern Colorado Plains, 94 Ranch awaits a new owner to build their dream owner or establish their own recreational ranch or farm to enjoy the fruits of their labor raising livestock. The ranch is also perfect as a horse property with land sutiable for building all the required equestrian facilities needed.
Colorado has always been considered something of a last frontier when it comes to usable land. While much of the rest of the country gives way to cities and suburbs, the state continues to boast large tracts of wilderness for hunting and numerous ranching properties. Whether a buyer’s interest specifically lies in fully operational Colorado cattle ranches for sale or simply finding some recreational land on which to hunt, fish, or keep horses, it’s important not to just buy the first property that sounds good sight unseen. Buying land is a serious investment, so buyers should give some thought to the property’s current and intended uses to ensure they are in line with their personal and financial goals.