Looking for that perfect horse property to keep the herd -horses AND humans - happy? This is it! Nicely set up ranch home with walkout basement; 3BR/2BA, hot water heat plus a wood burning stove, swamp cooler on the roof plus an attic fan. Sit on the deck on the south side and you're looking at a steller view of the property's pastures below with one of the two ponds, on to the valley and over to the Ute Mountain and the Mesas. Off the back deck is a grilling area. Seller is currently running his horses on the pasture but he's had 24 head of cattle on the pasture before although in the winter he did additional feeding. Irrigation comes in through an underground pipe that feeds the gated irrigation pipe. The property has been eligible in the past for NRCS funding of side rolls with NRCS paying up to an estimated 80% of the cost. Seller has contact information if buyer is interested. With this much irrigation you could have your small organic farm, start an orchard, or simply continue with the hay pastures. Pottery shards have been found on one location on the property so there is a possibility of ruins. If you're in to archaeology, this could be an interesting property for you. Come take a look closer to the evening and sit on that deck to watch the sunset begin. It's just a lovely location!
There are all kinds of outbuildings ranging from a large detached garage with 220v for a welder, to a birthing shed, chicken coop, hay barn, tack shed, and an open 3 stall open stock shelter. Separate round pen corral panels, farm equipment and the horses :-) are excluded from the sale of the property but the farm equipment could be purchased outside of real estate contract. Detached garage is large enough to pull an RV into or a boat. You could also use the hay barn for RV or boat protection. Irrigated acreage is estimated
Wide open spaces with access to the canyons and mountains of SW Colorado and SE Utah. Come alone or bring a group! If you like the outdoor life this is a good central location. Keep the tenant farmer to keep the land ag and keep a few acres for your cabin. Southwest Colorado is BEAUTIFUL!