Only 4 Remaining Ranches at Grand River Ranch

Grand River RanchRanch Marketing Associates is pleased to announce the sale of two of the Grand River Ranches in Kremmling, Colorado. The properties at Grand River Ranch are ideal family retreats and recreational getaways located just two hours from Denver with spectacular scenery, seclusion, year-round recreational opportunities on and near the ranches, a private jet-accessible airport just minutes away and an hour’s drive to world-class alpine skiing at Vail, Beaver Creek, Breckenridge, Keystone, Copper Mountain, Winter Park and Steamboat Springs.

With the recent sale of Colorado River Cattle Ranch and Mesa Meadow Ranch and two other ranches under contract, only four of the original 19 ranches remain available for sale:
Piney Peak Ranch -441 acres offered for $2,750,000
Tailwaters Ranch – 388 acres offered for $1,950,000
Flat Tops Ranch – 680 acres offered for $3,450,000
Gore Canyon Ranch – 337 acres offered for $2,600,000

SOLD – Colorado River Cattle Ranch is one of the largest, conveniently located ranches in the Colorado Mountains. It is located in northwest Colorado’s high country along the Colorado River between the world-renowned resorts of Vail, Winter Park and Steamboat Springs. Just west of the rural sportsman’s town of Kremmling, the approx. 1,235-acre ranch includes a stunning home with expansive views, three additional houses and outbuildings. The ranch is located off US Highway 40 on the west end of Kremmling.

SOLD – Mesa Meadow Ranch is situated in northwest Colorado’s high country wonderland between the world-renowned resorts of Vail, Winter Park and Steamboat Springs. Near the rural sportsman’s town of Kremmling, the 835-acre private, ranch is located just off US Highway 40 up against the Gore Range with Sheep Creek flowing through the property.

UNDER CONTRACT – Pass Creek & Wolford Mountain Ranch

Contact Ron Morris, Billy Long, Carl Luppens or Richard Peterson for further information.

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