Ask Jake Hubbell
This 960 acre property is located in SW Colorado about 25 minutes southwest of Pagosa Springs, Colorado and is accessed from Trujillo Road. There is an additional 40 acre tract that will be transferred with a quit claim deed at no additional cost. The Sivers Ranch is absolutely beautiful and is very private and secluded. I haven’t been able to spot another home from anywhere on the property. If you want absolute peace and quiet, this just might be what you have been looking for. Approximately ¾ of the perimeter of the property adjoins Southern Ute Indian Tribal property, which gives almost certainty that there will never be any development in those areas. The Tribal lands are known to have low hunting pressure on their wildlife herds and this allows the animals to reach full maturity. The Sivers property being mostly encompassed by the Tribal land is perfect to benefit from those same herds move back and forth from the Tribal lands. The wildlife roaming this ranch include mule deer, elk, bear, mountain lion, bobcats, coyotes, turkeys and wild horses. The property qualifies for (2) Colorado landowner mule deer tags. Mule deer tags in Colorado are by drawing only, so having (2) landowner tags that you can count on each year is very valuable. There are a couple of watering holes that appear to hold water year around and are a great place to catch the wildlife quenching their thirst or wallowing in them to cool down on a warmer day. The property is 25 minutes from Pagosa Springs with many great dining choices and many of your typical shopping and recreational amenities. It also boasts of having the Springs Resort and Spa, which is a world class natural hot springs to spend some time relaxing and enjoying the tranquility. Wolf Creek Ski Area is only 45 minutes away and has some of the best snow in the United States. There is outstanding trout fishing in the lakes and streams and San Juan River is just minutes away. Hiking and biking trails are abundant throughout the area. Durango is only about 1-1/2 hours away and has a regional airport, many more fine dining choices, the Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad, Bar D Chuckwagon dinner shows nightly, Purgatory Ski Resort and Mesa Verde National Park as well and many downtown shops.
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