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Divide Creek Ranch

19901 Highway 141 : Whitewater, CO 81527

Mesa County, Colorado

180 Acres
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Divide Creek Ranch : Whitewater : Mesa County : Colorado

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Divide Creek Ranch 180-Plus Acres Mesa County, CO Divide Creek Ranch is located in western Colorado's scenic and geologically unique Unaweep Canyon spanning 44 miles across the distinctive Uncompahgre Plateau. The region is known for its famed livestock and hunting ranches, most of which have been conserved to preserve the all-American hunting and ranching lifestyle. This treasure trove of canyon country offers rare year-round access in Colorado's acclaimed Big Game Unit 61, recognized for producing big bull elk and mule deer. Ideally situated, the property is a convenient 35 miles from the Grand Junction airport and features premier paved-road frontage on the Unaweep-Tabeguache Scenic and Historic Byway. You literally can be hunting out your backdoor within 45 minutes of landing. Take advantage of the exceptional access and build your full-time residence or mountain cabin all within close proximity to the conveniences of Grand Junction and the luxury of Gateway Canyons Resort. The property's beautiful gated entrance opens to a gravel road leading to a newly-constructed quality barn that can be used to support ranching and hunting activities or converted into an accessory building to a residence or an upscale hunting lodge. A permitted water well was installed on the property in 2015 and there is onsite access to power, phone etc. For additional value, Divide Creek Ranch is currently enrolled in Colorado's Landowner Preference Program LPP. New owners also would be eligible to apply for enrollment in the Lpp. This is just one reason it would be difficult to find a better hunting area or unit offering trophy hunting for both elk and mule deer. Ranches enrolled in the LPP provide landowners with the tremendous opportunity to draw some of the most difficult elk and deer tags in Colorado on a regular basis through landowner vouchers. On average, it takes hunters more than 20 years, and 20 preference points, to draw the same tag. Whether you are a hunter looking to hunt one of the most quality deer and elk units in the state or a land investor looking to park money in mountain property that is priced right, this is the ranch for you. Call or text Phil Phillips for your private showing.

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