160 North Flats Farm & Ranch
The views are incredible from this Monticello, Utah, 160-acre dry-farm, with the Abajo (Blue Mountains) to the West and the La Sal Mountains to the North. Access is by a maintained county dirt road and the property is fenced (barbed wire) on three sides. In addition to the farming there is hunting for Elk, Mule Deer, Bear and Turkey that migrate through the area, and the property qualifies for one Landowner Deer Tag.
- The property is slightly sloped away from the center of the property
- The property sits at an elevation of 6780± feet
- No trees are on the property
- Barb-wire fencing is on three sides of the property
- Current farming practices are managed by a relative of the seller
- No current water-rights
- New owners may apply at Utah Division of Water Rights (https://waterrights.utah.gov/)
- Private landowners border the property on all sides
- Year round maintained dirt roads on the North side of the property
- Farming is the property's current source of income
- No current conservation easements
- Future conservation easements may be sought
- No buildings
- Barb-wire Fencing is on three sides of the property
- After acquiring a Water-right a well would need to be drilled with the proper applications & approvals
- Game Management Unit San Juan Abajo Mtns (14A)
- Animals migrate through the property
- Qualifies for one Landowner Deer Tag if approved by the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources
- The property is in a Limited Draw area. Landowner Tags may be available on a first-come, first-serve basis
- Mountain Lakes and local reservoirs provide plenty of fishing action. Monticello Lake, Lloyd's Lake, Foy Lake, Blanding Reservoirs, and other area fishing spots offer plenty of recreational opportunities on the water. Lake Powell and its outstanding beauty are approximately four hours away.
- Monticello is close to the Canyonlands Recreation and all its well-renowned arches, rock formations, and desert beauty. Bears Ears National Monument is a short drive away.
- Skiing is across the border at Colorado's southwest ski areas.
- Golfing at The Hideout Golf Course is outstanding.
- Monticello was settled around 1887 and is named after Thomas Jefferson's Estate. All the necessary supplies can be found here.
- Uranium & Vanadium Mining were part of the boom in the 1940s through the 1960s.
- The Old Spanish Trail passed through the area from around 1829-1850.
- The Four Corners Area is to the South, approximately 90 miles.
- Moab, Utah is 45-50 miles to the North.
- Cortez, Colorado is about 45-50 miles to the East.
For Showings & Information
Please contact the Sales Agent:
"DUKE" Kent D. Boyington