at Auction – Flying Horse Ranch

SOLD

Ranch Marketing Associates in partnership with Concierge Auctions offers Flying Horse Ranch for auction October 11, 2013

Prior List Price: Previously listed $22.9M // Selling in 2 Parcels or its entirety

Auction Date: October 11, 2013

Total Square Footage : 18,203+

Lot Size: 3,688 acres

 

3,688 Acres of Glorious Ranchland.
Originally purchased by Thomas Hyatt in 1883, Flying Horse Ranch became and has remained a working cattle ranch to this very day. The Flying Horse Ranch and the surrounding National Forest offer ample opportunities to see almost every big game animal in the state including elk, mule deer, antelope, bear, and mountain lion. The ranch sits right on the migratory path for Elk and supports great numbers of animals during the winter and spring on the meadows. Jefferson Creek traverses the ranch, with plenty of small browns and brook trout just a cast or two away. The ranch land itself is a precious, protected space, with full water rights from the pre-1900s, some of Colorado’s most significant wetlands, and the highest concentration of rare plants in the lower 48 states.

Flying Horse Ranch Features

  • 3,688 acres
  • 11 miles of buck rail
  • 10,711sf lodge finished out at $800/sf
  • Master suite, full apartment, and three guest rooms
  • Gourmet commercial kitchen
  • Copper soaking tub and hardwood soaking tub
  • 2-bedroom, 2-bathroom ranch house with living room, kitchen, and laundry
  • Two lakeside cabins with full kitchens
  • Fish camp with two canvas tents on platforms
  • 7,492sf log barn with full equestrian facilities
  • Preserved water rights from pre-1900s
  • Two 20-acre lakes and a mile of Jefferson Creek
  • Substantial wetlands
  • Highest concentration of rare plants in lower 48
  • Native elk herds and animal migration through ranch
  • Sub-irrigated fields yield 2,000 tons high-protein hay
  • Prime hunting ranch for big game
  • Working cattle ranch