Posts Tagged ‘elk’

Ohio Creek Elk Ranch – Gunnison, Colorado

June 29th, 2011

Ohio Creek Elk Ranch is located near Gunnison, Colorado, in the picturesque Ohio Creek Valley.  The property consists of 372 acres providing an idyllic mix of aspen and pine trees with lush open meadows.  The ranch borders the famous West Elk Wilderness and provides the outdoorsman with out-the-door hunting and fishing opportunities.  The majority of the ranch is currently in a conservation easement with Colorado Open Lands; however the use of the ranch for building homes, livestock and recreational enjoyment is not as limited.  A property of this size with access to the Gunnison National Forest and the West Elk Wilderness is certainly a rarity. 

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Old Glendevey Ranch – Laramie River Valley

June 29th, 2010

wh6y0018-editThe historic Old Glendevey Ranch is located in the Laramie River Valley in north central Colorado near the Wyoming border.  Situated 50 miles south of Laramie, Wyoming, this Colorado ranch for sale has 160 deeded acres and includes approximately 1 mile of combined private frontage on McIntyre and Jinks Creeks.  The property is adjacent to the Roosevelt National Forest and contiguous to the Rawah Wilderness Area, home to many herds of deer, elk and moose.  Old Glendevey Ranch is currently used as a private and corporate retreat and would make an incredible private hunting lodge.  Ranch improvements include an extensively remodeled, seven-bedroom, 4,259 sqft main lodge. This historically significant building boasts an expansive covered porch and deck.  » More: Old Glendevey Ranch – Laramie River Valley

Mountain Spirit Lodge – Chromo, Colorado

February 25th, 2010

pict0077Live Water Properties is excited to announce its newest listing, Mountain Spirit Lodge.  Located in Chromo, Colorado, these 115 acres enjoy Navajo River frontage and boast a main lodge, river house, barn and outbuildings.  Truly a magical place where art and nature coexist, Mountain Spirit Lodge has some of the best fly fishing in the lower 48 states, in addition to resident wildlife including turkey, elk, Mule deer, black bear and lion.  The main lodge is comprised of 6,000 square feet and was built from 100-year-old hand-hewn logs that were transported from Tennessee.  Featuring a 35-foot tall stone fireplace in the great room and a dining room that showcases a 17-foot black walnut table, this lodge exudes rustic elegance.   There are four large bedrooms each with double-sized antique bathtubs and wood-burning stoves and two additional “staff quarters” in the basement of the lodge.  The river house is situated on the Navajo River and is a short walk to the main lodge.   The original structure was built in the early 1900s by author Will Price, and it was featured in many of his published stories.

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