Who doesn’t want to be a cowboy? Is this your dream - a working cattle/horse ranch with miles of riding trails, ponds, a creek full of trout, and a trophy home with stunning views? 600 acres of irrigated hay fields, fenced pastures, outstanding water rights plus a large canyon, all within a ten minute drive of restaurants, galleries, shopping and more. 6,500 SF main house with 6 bedrooms, 8.5 baths, 2 staff apartments, 2-bedroom caretaker’s home, a 14,000 SF indoor riding arena, 12 stall horse barn, hay barns, cattle barn, fully equipped shop, and outdoor corrals with loafing sheds.
The ranch entrance is located 1.9 miles north of Mancos off of Highway 184 on the east side. Mancos is located between Cortez and Durango, Colorado and sits at the base of Mesa Verde National Park and the Sleeping Ute Mountain, and as a small rural town, offers several good restaurants, shops and other basic services to the surrounding community. The charming town of Durango is located 25 miles to the east, and has many big city conveniences, including a state-of-the-art new hospital, many fine restaurants, hotels, shopping, a four-year college, and numerous cultural activities. The Four Corners provides endless activities for the outdoor sports enthusiast. Trout fishermen come from all over the globe to cast their lures in the world famous waters of the San Juan, Mancos and Delores Rivers. The Montezuma County area, which includes Mancos, Cortez and Dolores, has a population of approximately 30,000 and is the most southwestern of the 64 counties in the state of Colorado. Mesa Verde National Park, Canyon of the Ancients National Monument, Yucca House National Monument, and Hovenweep National Monument preserve hundreds of ancient American Indian structures, including the famous cliff dwellings, found in the county. Roughly 1/3 of the county is tribal land, 1/3 is federal land (administered by the National Park Service, the United States Forest Service and the Bureau of Land Management), and 1/3 is private or state/county land.