Ranches and Land for Sale in Colorado

A Colorado Ranch for Sale may mean something different to everyone. To some, it may be thousands of acres of land with cattle facilities, calving barns, irrigated hay meadows, grazing land, and winter pasture, capped off with a comfortable home and outbuildings. For others, a Colorado Mountain Ranch is a luxury home on 35 acres with horse paddocks, riding trails, and a trout stream. Others envision thousands of acres of mountain land with springs, aspen groves, pine trees, and plenty of elk, mule deer, and bear hunting. Whatever you’re looking for, we’ve probably sold it before.

Types of Ranches:

  • Cattle Ranches
  • Hunting Ranches
  • Mountain Recreation Ranches

Buying or marketing a ranch isn’t simple. There are many aspects that need to be examined while performing the due diligence and research on a property.

Necessary review when purchasing ranches:

  • Surveys
  • Water rights
    • Irrigation rights
    • Wells & Springs
  • Mineral rights
  • Hunting tags & Outfitting Availability
  • Recreation on the property
  • Conservation Easements & Potential Limitations
  • Taxes
  • Nearby Utilities or Off-Grid
  • Easements on Property
  • Grazing Permits

Whether you’re looking to expand your cattle operation, find a mountain hunting ranch, or find a beautiful home on acreage in Colorado, regional knowledge will help you find the right ranch property. Our UCCB team knows ranches. We’ve helped buyers and sellers transact large cattle ranches, shared-amenity ranches, mountain recreation ranches, hunting ranches, and luxury ranches with high-end improvements. Our ranch specialists include Gary Hubbell, ALC; Jake Hubbell, ALC; Loren Williams, who is very familiar with northwest Colorado; Spencer Jordan, who specializes in Aspen and Crested Butte ranch properties; Amber Feller, who is a native of the Mesa/Collbran/Molina area; Scott Reece, who is an excellent resource for Roaring Fork Valley ranches; Valerie Siler, who specializes in mountain recreation ranches; Dan Vigeant, who works in the Roaring Fork Valley; and Brooke Snyder, who has a great set of ranch skills and knowledge of Western Colorado ranches