BROKER: RON TRUJILLO

PHONE: (970) 749-6698

EMAIL: RON@DURANGOALPINEREALTY.COM


three streams lake ranch- $2,500,000

Located a mere 38 miles from the historic Town of Telluride, this beautiful 918 acre lakefront property is a significant part of the HISTORIC Lake at Lone Cone Ranch.  The ranch is home to an abundance of wildlife including herds of trophy Elk and Deer, flocks of Wild Geese & Duck, Eagles and Wild Turkey.  The approximate 100 acre lake offers a haven for wildlife as well as the opportunity to fish, swim, kayak, canoe or even sail.  Horses are welcome to roam the ranch and trail riding is a great way to explore the nearby 1,000's of acres of US National Forest and Wilderness Lands.  enjoy Hiking and Biking in the summer and cross-country skiing and snowmobiling during the winter months. views from the ranch to the surrounding San Juan Mountains are breathtaking, from iconic Lone Cone Mountain to the South, and overlooking ranges from Telluride to Lizard Head Pass and West.

CITY SLICKERS RANCH- $2,400,000

230 acres of green, luscious land, an ideal ranch for the equestrian country lifestyle. Beautiful rumbling hay meadows offer much grazing grounds for horses and cattle alike. Cool running streams may be used for irrigation and/or fishing, only adding value to each parcel. Destination Ranch is a highly desirable Durango property, it's located only 15 minutes from downtown and borders National Forest.  All property utilities such as central water, power and phone are included in the price.   

BANDED PEAKS RIVER RANCH 1500 ACRES $10.5M

Banded Peaks River Ranch is a highly desirable property. Not only does the Navajo River run on the north boundary of the land, but the Banded Peaks look over aspen forests and green meadows. Enjoy 1500 acres of Southwest Colorado located just 30 minutes away from the natural Pagosa Hot Springs. The health and ecological sustainability of these lands is naturally managed via the large populations of elk and deer herds.  Elk Management is held in season to maintain the viability and overall health of the elk that graze throughout the ranch - The last known grizzly bear in Colorado was witnessed roaming around these lands.