You will be hard-pressed to find a view like this one anywhere else. This historic Telluride, Colorado, ranch gives you a front row seat to some of Mother Nature’s greatest wonders.
Whether you’re in the market for bragging rights or simply looking for a reason to a move to a very wide-open space, the 2,110-acre Homewood Ranch more than fits the bill.
Located just minutes from Telluride, Colorado, the property has been owned, managed, and operated by the Homewood family since 1949, and now the time is right for it to become a piece of your family’s history.
You may be wondering what you get for $67,750,000, which is incidentally the highest price tag for a Colorado listing at the moment. How does getting up close and personal with wildlife sound? The ranch, situated between 9,000 and 10,080 feet in elevation, is home to herds of resident and migratory elk who share grazing rights with mother cows and calves for a portion of the year. You’re also likely to catch sight of bears, mountain lions, coyotes, as well as plenty of small game and birds.
How do you feel about unrivaled views? This particular piece of property offers panoramic views of Gray Head, Last Dollar Mountain, Whipple, Ruffner, Mears, Campbell, Dallas, Sneffels, Fowler, Wilson, Sunshine, Mount Wilson, and Lizard Head, as well as Mountain Village, Telluride, Telluride Ski Resort, and Telluride Airport from nearly anywhere on the ranch.
Obviously, the two-bedroom, two-bathroom cabin may be a little rustic for your taste — it was built in 1971, after all. But land this pristine calls for a brand-new lodge anyway. Site your dream home in the best spot for you to take in the sights and take advantage of all the hiking, mountain biking, snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, horseback riding, and hunting as soon as you walk out the front door.
Rumor has it that a celebrity will snap up this unparalleled property. There’s absolutely no reason why that superstar shouldn’t be you.
Interior Square Footage: 2,091
For more information on this property, contact Jeff Buerger at Hall and Hall.
Photography Credit: Hall And Hall