Share Ranch 51

Ranch 51

Ranch 51

This unique 87 acre property is truly one of a kind that lies on the southeastern edge of Black Forest and only minutes from Colorado Springs, it is a commuters dream and wildlife lovers property because it is not only minutes from Colorado Springs but when you are on this beautiful property you cannot believe that you aren’t in the middle of a secluded wilderness area in the mountains. This incredibly scenic property is protected under a Conservation Easement where future development is prohibited so you will always have your very own secluded wildlife habitat which is comprised of rolling open meadows of native grasses , wild flowers and a few small run off ponds that wildlife frequent, Ponderosa Pine wooded areas and a wide variety of wildlife such as, red-tailed hawks, sandhill cranes, mule deer, bobcat, Abert’s squirrel ,numerous song birds , small mammals and occasionally elk wander thru the property. There is a building envelope designated for the property , but has not been approved for building on at the present time. There are two subdivided lots adjoining this piece of property that are available for purchase separately and ready to be built on to your specifications Bring the family and live in your very own beautiful wilderness sanctuary minutes from civilization.

Listed By:  Mark Bukowski

Check out more of Ranch 51 at:

Bissell Property 002 Bissell Property 003 Bissell Property 011 Main


Share Swan’s Land

Swan’s Land

SWAN’S LAND – 35.5 acres of rolling grassland and wildflowers. Peace and quiet, awesome views and vast horizons to watch the weather come in are what this land offers. Few neighbors in this large ranch that borders National Forest in the north, east and south. Electricity is far off, making solar and wind power your energy source. Centennial Ranch makes up appx 1/8 of Custer County and the full time residents are few. Privacy without the cost, dark night skies and plentiful game.

Westcliffe and Silver Cliff are located in the Wet Mountain Valley, Custer County, at approximately 8000 feet. The two towns are bordered on the west by the majestic Sangre de Cristo Mountains that ascend to 14,000 feet on some peaks, and the rolling Wet Mountains to the east. The Collegiate Peaks can be seen in the north along with Pikes Peak, and the Spanish Peaks can be seen to the south. The Wet Mountain Valley is famous for its unparalleled views, rural-ranching lifestyle, and endless miles of wilderness hiking trails through high-mountain meadows bursting with wildflowers and over 40 high-mountain lakes for fly-fishing.

The Ute Indians were attracted to the Wet Mountain Valley by the plentiful water and abundant game. In the mid 1500’s Spanish explorers entered the western edge of Custer County in search of gold, silver and the fountain of youth. Over three hundred years later Europeans finally found the precious metals they sought, however, we are still looking for the fountain of youth.

In 1807, the Zebulon Pike expedition was arranged to explore the Rocky Mountain area. Pike and his men followed the Grape Creek tributary of the Arkansas River and discovered the Wet Mountain Valley at the foot of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains. Their expedition camped for a time in the valley and then moved south where they were captured by the Mexican army. Hunters and trappers such as Kit Carson and George Fremont followed Pike into the valley in search of the abundant wild game the Valley is still famous for.

Westcliffe is an easy 3-hour drive from Denver, 1.5 hour drive from Colorado Springs, and 45 minutes from Canon City and Pueblo.

Listed By:  Lisa Frank & Twila Geroux

Check out more of Swan’s Land at:


Share Rim Rock Ranch

Rim Rock Ranch

This Geary County Ranch which sits on 259 acres features a little bit of everything. There are two homes, pasture, crops, creek, hunting, and lots of income possibilities. You are conveniently located just minutes from Junction City, Ft. Riley, and Milford Lake. The main house features 6 bedrooms, 4.5 baths, library, and 3 fireplaces spread out over 5650 Sq Ft. The second house, which has been used as a rental, brings in $850 per month. This house has 3 bedrooms, 2 baths and is approximately 1560 Sq Ft. In addition to the houses, the ranch also has horse facilities consisting of an 11 stall horse stable, hay barn, grainery building and several other storage buildings. The main pasture consists of 124 acres and has a small pond. For the outdoorsman, there are plenty of whitetail deer and turkeys roaming through the property. Also, don’t forget about Milford Lake. You are only 5 minutes away and it boasts some of the best fishing the state. Come check out all the possibilities this ranch has to offer.

Listed By:  Ron Helus

See more of Rim Rock Ranch here:

1 House 1 Hay & house 1 Pasture 22 Corn 23 Stable 25 Creek

Share Broyles Ranch

Broyles Ranch

The 1,544-acre Broyles Ranch, located 20 minutes east of Trinidad, Colorado, offers an incredible investment opportunity on multiple levels, thanks to its unparalleled water rights, thriving trophy game population, flourishing hay crops, lucrative gravel operation, and exclusive access to a 1/2-mile stretch of the Purgatoire River.
Broyles Ranch’s water rights, among the region’s most valuable, are not regulated by a water conservancy district. These water rights allow the owners to pump from the Purgatoire River 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. With 141.6 acre-feet of water available to the ranch each year, the current owners have developed a thriving hay operation, irrigating approximately 120 acres and producing 250 tons per year of lush alfalfa and alfalfa-grass mix in a time when many ag operations throughout the West struggle due to a lack of access to irrigation water.
In addition, the ranch has a 700-foot well, equipped with an automatic timer, that pumps water daily through a network of underground pipelines, supplying water to several tanks strategically located on pastures throughout the ranch.
Elk, deer, antelope, turkey, pheasant and other game thrive on the ranch, which for years served as the headquarters for a successful guiding and outfitting business. Herds of elk numbering a hundred or more have been seen on the ranch; trophy elk and “monster mulies” are harvested frequently.
The ranch has a developed gravel pit, under state permit, with approximately 30,000 tons of roadbase (estimated value $180,000) stockpiled, with vast quantities of roadbase-quality gravel still untapped on the ranch.

Listed By:  AJ Mangum

Check out more of Broyles Ranch at:

A LEAD PHOTO IMG_9518 Broyles IMG_9514 Broyles-2 IMG_9514 Broyles IMG_9521 Broyles


Share Valley Horse Boarding & Home

Valley Horse Boarding & Home

Well established horse boarding facility with ranch style home on 15.53 acres.  This property is located just west of the Omaha area and provides a quick commute for customers wanting to board their horse.  Well built structures to board and ride your horses feature a 60′ x 140′ indoor arena with viewing room and a natural sand base to ride on.  Spectators can enjoy a cup of coffee or a soda watching friends and family receive riding lessons from the enclosed viewing room that has a refrigerator, stove and microwave.  The 72′ x 125′ barn houses 21 stalls, a restroom, heated washroom and retail shop for customers to buy their favorite feed or horse last minute items they may need.  The 150′ x 300′ lighted outdoor arena provides plenty of room for riding while enjoying the outdoor weather.  Other property features include a 65′ lighted outdoor round pen, automatic waterers, 3 wells, 48 ‘x 80′ shop with radiant heat, steel fencing around most of the property, outdoor bording pens and more!  Boarding income pays the mortgage and more.  This well run home business is ready to add your horses or expand the current operation.  There is even room for cattle as well.  There is a spacious ranch style home on the property built in 2001 featuring 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, a large mudroom/laundry room, and an unfinnished basement that can provide additional living space if needed.  The listing agent must be present for all showings!  Horse boarding business on premises.  Call Brad Zach for to schedule viewing. 402-290-7227.

See more of Valley Horse Boarding & Home here:

1 2 3 Main

Share Fort Collins Ranchette

Fort Collins Ranchette

Located on the outskirts of booming Fort Collins Colorado lies this beautiful 35 acre ranchette.  Boasting a 3 bedroom home with huge basement, attached 2 car garage, detached 5 door shop, and fully fenced pasture, this property has it all!

This property has the unique combination of easy access, privacy, and commanding views of the Rocky Mountains.  The surrounding properties are all similar size acreage which help insure the privacy and western feel that Colorado is famous for.  The acreage itself is fully fenced, flat, and makes for the perfect place for grazing horses, planting a garden or even your own target range.  With no HOA or covenants, you are free to use the land as you see best fit.  This property boarders a paved county road and allows for easy access to the vast amenities that Fort Collins has to offer, or to Hwy 287 that leads to thousands of acres of National Forest to hunt, fish and explore.

The home itself is a ranch style home and was custom built in 1995.  The large, open rooms make this the perfect floor plan for entertaining.  In addition, there is a 90% finished basement that provides a large office, TV room, workout area, storage and 2 bathrooms.  This home can be moved in as is, or updated to make for a magnificent estate.  The detached shop is over 2,300 square feet under roof and boasts electricity, poured concrete floor and five separate garage doors capable of fitting in most RV’s.

Rarely do properties of this size, this close to town, at this price, become available!  Call today for your own personal showing.

Listed By:  Mike Callan

See more of Fort Collins Ranchette at:

Myers Main DSC_0503 (Copy) DSC_0561 (Copy) DSC_0563 (Copy)

Share Buttercup Farm

Buttercup Farm

BUTTERCUP FARM – Fall in love with this 3BR/1B fully restored country home. Handcrafted barn-wood kitchen cabinets accented with rustico metal, harmonize this open, comfortable and warm country-kitchen. Sun-filled windows line the south kitchen wall and the views of the majestic Collegiate Peaks are stunning! The living room is off the kitchen and walls are lined with floor to ceiling windows & views. Double glass doors lead from the living room to an outdoor patio-deck and shade vega for parties, grilling, rocking and reading. A beautiful natural moss-rock wall and bench line one wall of the living room and a wood stove insert keeps this gorgeous room cozy in winter. This handcrafted rock beauty is the centerpiece of the home (if there had to be just one) and each room has some unique feature to be pondered and admired. Each bedroom is mountain-country perfection and the love that radiates from each small detail in every room will warm your heart. The master bedroom and bathroom are on the main floor and reveal custom handmade additions that make this country home unique. Just wait until you see the man-cave (or game-room/bar/saloon/trophy/race/ride/compete room if you prefer). What a fantastic place to let it loose and have some fun with family and friends!

Even the eclectic finish on the Buttercup Farm home is eye-catchingly unique! Curb appeal is enormous, combining xeroscaping with lush, golf-course-green grass, harmonizing colorful flower-beds with a rusted wagon-wheel fence. The inconsistancies definitely work! They create an overwhelming desire to enter the property and make yourself at home, an invitation hard to resist. The farm home has a metal roof and uses native rock, wood siding and wooden shake-shingles to a beautiful effect.  Wood decks surround three sides of the home and create outdoor living spaces of privacy and beauty.

There are 6 outbuildings of various sizes on the farm. The 1,200 sqft metal shop/garage built in 2008, is very stout. Frame is metal I-Beam and well insulated to the metal skin and roof. The floor is a 6″ concrete pad for heavy use and there is a wood burning stove, good lighting, 110 & 220 volt outlets. The new wood barn has a finished space that the owners use for milk storage but it could easily be converted to an office or small apartment. The contented cows enjoy their barn, loafing shed and multiple corrals and hay storage along with a wash area for the ladies. The acreage is completely fenced and crossed fenced, totalling 4.32 acres.

The location of BUTTERCUP FARM is also unique and very easy to access. Residing just north of the Arkansas River and Highway 50 on a county-maintained road with few neighbors, big views and lots of quiet. Howard, Colorado is a great location and BUTTERCUP FARM is just a few minutes walk to thousands of acres of BLM with endless ATV, mountain bike or horse trails! Mule deer hunting is also very good.  The farm is only minutes from the Arkansas River, famous for great fly fishing, white water rafting and kayaking. Located 15 minutes from Salida where you’ll find lots of recreational activities, fine dining and shopping. Monarch Ski Resort is 45 minutes away for snow skiing and snow mobiling in winter. Breckenridge and Copper Mountain ski resorts or just over the hill and there are several natural Hot Springs nearby from which to choose. There’s nothing better than relaxing in a hot-spring after a long, sweet day of snow-skiing, fly-fishing, horseback riding or mountain biking.  Colorado Springs Airport is only 2 hours drive and DIA is less than 3.5 hours.

Listed By:  Twila Geroux & Lisa Frank

Check out more of Buttercup Farm at:


Share Schuren Three

Schuren Three

SCHUREN THREE – 71 acres consisting of two 35.5 acre parcels of land. Each parcels is eligible for a domestic water well that can serve 3 structures. Build your home, barn, shop…have a garden and greenhouse, raise any kind of livestock you desire and appreciate getting back to nature in this solar community. National Forest is to the north, east and south of the entire ranch and views are endless, neighbors few.

Listed By:  Lisa Frank & Twila Geroux

Check out more of Schuren Three here:


Share Schuren Two

Schuren Two

SCHUREN TWO – 35.5 acres of open land ready for your home and future. Beautiful meadows open up to vast views of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains and the neighbors are few and the opportunities many. This is a solar community as electric to too far and too expensive making it only natural to experience dark, star-filled nights along with the opportunity for off-the-grid living. Keep most of the land for your horses and build your home anywhere that’s convenient. National Forest is an easy ride to the north, east or south.

Listed By:  Lisa Frank & Twila Geroux

Check out more of Schuren Two at:




SCHUREN ONE – 35.5 acres of native, high protien grass and wildflowers, eligible for a domestic water well through the State of Colorado. Property is perimeter fenced, needing repair where the Elk have pushed through. Views to the mountains are spectacular and considering that Centennial Ranch where this land is located, covers appx. 1/8th of Custer County yet has only a few full-time residents, it feels like the ranch is all yours. Quiet days and nights, clean air and access in to the National Forest near by.

Listed By:  Lisa Frank & Twila Geroux

See more of Schuren One here: