Posts Tagged ‘Rocky Mountains’

Summer in the Colorado Rockies: An Article Featuring the North Fork Ranch

September 11th, 2013

It is not too late to imagine a perfect summer day. A gentle wind washes over you as the sun beams down from a cobalt sky. All around you a stunning mountain panorama unfolds—rocky peaks and emerald valleys, soaring pine trees and cold, babbling brooks. Click here to read more in the article on why Colorado is considered the ultimate playground.

The North Fork Ranch, an exceptional fly fishing and dude ranch, is also featured in this article.

Colorado Ranches Significantly Reduced

August 21st, 2013

On Top of Colorado – Own a View of the Castles

Majestic is simply one of the ways to describe this 325-acre property. It presents the rare opportunity to own one of the best views in Colorado, build a luxurious getaway On Top of Colorado and experience some of the most dramatic vistas a place has to offer. The property boasts tremendous big game hunting and fishing in the private trout pond.

Offering Price is $1.95M, Reduced from $3.9M – 50% Off!

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Safari Club International Convention 2013

March 1st, 2013

On January 23-26, our agents visited the 41st annual Safari Club International Convention in Reno, Nevada. Alex Maher, Robb Nelson, Jack McInerney and Jane Brown were in attendance. Robb Nelson gave a well-attended seminar on Owning a Rocking Mountain Hunting Property.

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For more information on Robb’s seminar or owning a Rocky Mountain hunting property please contact Robb Nelson of Live Water Properties at (866) 734 – 6100.

Live Water Properties would like to thank everyone who took the time to visit with one of our agents at the 2013 convention. We sincerely appreciate the valuable support we receive from each and everyone of you.

The Lodge at Keyah Grande

September 25th, 2012

 

A luxurious wilderness retreat in the heart of the San Juan Mountains, the Lodge at Keyah Grande is located 10 miles west of Pagosa Springs and 45 miles east of Durango, Colorado. This is a serene and inspiring retreat offering adventures in nature. With eight well-appointed guest suites the Lodge boasts modern technology, unique architecture, classical art and international décor, creating an elegant and tranquil setting. The grand living spaces and 500-acre “backyard” are open for ATV rides, entertaining, inspiring hikes and trophy elk hunts. Enjoy wildlife viewing from the dramatic “flying deck”, which extends from the ridgeline off the backside of the Lodge, and share the day’s stories around the African-inspired fire pit. Hunting is excellentand more opportunities prevail on adjacent public land (elk, Mule deer, mountain lion, bear and turkey). The Lodge has been featured in numerous publications and was named one of the Top New Hotels of 2006 in Condé Nast Magazine.

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Price Reduced – Sleeping Dog Ranch

September 18th, 2012

 

The 309-acre Sleeping Dog Ranch is located in southwestern Colorado in the picturesque San Juan Mountain Range.  Situated 20 miles from Lake City, Colorado, the resort community of Gunnison is 50 minutes away.  Gunnison offers all the recreation in Gunnison National Park, as well as shopping needs and a 10,000 ft airstrip at the full-service airport FBO. The ranch sits between striking alpine peaks at approximately 9,000 feet in elevation, surrounded by hundreds of thousands of acres of public lands. Roughly two miles of Cebolla Creek flows through the ranch and has exceptional fishing.  Many recreational opportunities are out-the-door with jeep, ATV, hiking and horseback riding trails in multiple directions. » More: Price Reduced – Sleeping Dog Ranch

Colorado Rivers and Streams Benefit from Lease of Water Rights

July 6th, 2012

A recent article from The Denver Post says that this year’s looming drought has prompted a new push to prevent harm to streams and rivers by temporarily leasing water normally diverted to household taps, farms and ranchlands. Water authorities and conservation groups say that these leases ensure sufficient water in streams and rivers will mean the difference between life and death for fish, bugs, animals and riparian vegetation.  » More: Colorado Rivers and Streams Benefit from Lease of Water Rights

Colorado Spring Success

April 20th, 2011

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During a time when the rivers can be in flux due to variable dam releases to make room for the surging snowmelt, and many area tributaires are running high and off color, finding a piece of water that fishes well can take a little extra research. The answer for Live Water Properties broker’s Alex Maher and Brian Hartley was an expectionally scenic and productive tailwater in Northern Colorado. 

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Live Water Properties Joins Facebook

January 20th, 2010

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Live Water Properties joins the social media movement by creating a Facebook fan page where viewers can find up-to-date listing information, property photos and details about the latest Live Water happenings.  Whether you are a fly fishing enthusiast, love to hunt, are in the market to buy or sell a ranch or love dreaming about life in the west, you can fulfill all of your curiosities at the Live Water Properties Fan Page located at www.facebook.com/livewaterproperties.

Live Water Properties Welcomes John Muir

September 23rd, 2009

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Steamboat Springs, CO – John Muir has officially joined the Live Water Properties team and will be assisting buyers and sellers with their ranch real estate needs. 

John Muir grew up in Michigan, and developed his love for the outdoors while hunting deer and upland birds during his teenage years. After earning his accounting degree from Western Michigan University, John moved to Denver, Colorado, where he earned his certified public accountant license, and began his big eight accounting career. John audited companies in the telecommunications, financial and hospitality industries. He also donated time assisting with, and developing internal controls and financial reporting for the United Way and the Sudden Infant Death Syndrome Foundation. During his years in Denver, John became infatuated with the magnificence of the Rocky Mountains and always knew that he would eventually return to the West.

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