Mixed use irrigated ranch property with amazing views

The Mesa View Ranch property consists of 40 acre property of mixed-use acres located about 40 minutes outside of Grand Junction, CO, near the town of Mesa. At 5,900’ in elevation, the property is not subject to the tremendous amounts of snowfall that the nearby Grand Mesa gets, making the winters very tolerable while winter recreation is just minutes away. The ranch property has an existing mobile home that has a few additions. While the mobile home is certainly livable or could be used as temporary housing while your dream home is being constructed overlooking the gorgeous hay meadows. There is an excellent well on the property.

Ranch property, pristine views, excellent irrigation water

This ranch property is fenced and has approximately 20 acres in hay production. The water right is #1 priority out of Coon Creek Ditch—meaning it doesn’t get any better than that. The irrigation water is piped to the property and delivered to the fields via open ditch and gated piping. The property is fenced and cross fenced making it possible to run a few head of cattle or horses and Coon creek runs through the middle of the property. The views from this property are truly panoramic with the Bookcliffs Range to the north, Debeque Canyon to the northeast, and the Grand Mesa wrapping around from southeast to west. Powderhorn Ski Resort is less than 10 minutes away.

Western Colorado ranch property—minutes from year-round mountain recreation

If you haven’t heard of the Grand Mesa—you are not alone. The worlds largest flat-top mountain is one of western Colorado’s best kept secrets. With 500 square miles of area, the Grand Mesa is home to the Grand Mesa National Forest. The Grand Mesa is truly a treasure for outdoor lovers—with over 300 lakes and miles of forest service roads, hiking and riding trails. Summer season offers anglers plenty of trout fishing opportunities or you can explore the Grand Mesa on foot, mountain biking trails, motorcycle, ATV trails or equestrian trails. Fall on the Grand Mesa brings gorgeous colors from the aspen trees and marks the beginning of hunting season. Big game hunters will find elk, mule deer, turkey, bear, and moose. Elk herds on the Grand Mesa are managed for size—with approximately 10,000 animals and a 1:4 bull to cow ratio. Winter on the Grand Mesa offers miles of groomed Nordic ski trails, snowshoeing, ice-fishing and of course Powderhorn Ski Resort for the downhill skiing or snow boarding enthusiasts.


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