Cattle Ranch with Several Hold and Exit Strategies
Deep Creek Ranch is 13 road miles north of the resort town of Steamboat Springs. Scenic Routt County road 129 follows the Elk River through the lush river valley meadows. This area of the county is known for beautiful, protected landscapes and great year round outdoor recreation. Deep Creek Ranch consists of scenic terrain ranging from grassy, rolling hills to irrigated meadows. Deep Creek flows through the ranch from west to east, providing water for irrigation, livestock and wildlife. The ranch has an extensive list of adjudicated ponds, springs and ditches. The headquarters and the irrigated meadows are situated along the county road, providing easy access for trucks and equipment. The southern portion consists of open meadows and some dryland hay ground.
The ranch is within a few miles of the Routt National Forest which is over one million acres and extends into Wyoming. The slopes of the Steamboat Ski Area (recently acquired by Aspen Skiing Company) are visible from the ranch. Clark is a rural community 17 miles north of Steamboat that is anchored by the newly constructed LEED gold school and a volunteer fire and rescue department.
Deep Creek Ranch is a rare, large acreage ranch just north of the world-renowned resort of Steamboat Springs, Colorado. As a result of development pressure, much of the land lying close to Steamboat has been split up into smaller parcels and very few parcels of this size exist. The ranch is priced very well; recent sales of adjoining parcels suggest the ranch is an outstanding value. Deep Creek Ranch is a unique opportunity to own a pristine piece of land that has been carefully managed during the sellers 40 year tenure of ownership. The ranch is a working cattle ranch with very good recreational attributes and numerous hold and exit strategies.
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