Ancient Monarchs Ranch
SOLD | 320± Acres
Pleasant View, Colorado
Ancient Monarchs Ranch
Address: TBD Road 11
City/ST/ZIP: Pleasant View, Colorado, 81324
County: Montezuma County
Ancient Monarchs Ranch is composed of 320 acres situated between Dolores and Dove Creek and is some of the best habitat and hunting that money can buy. With splendid mountain views in all four compass directions, this sleepy town derives its name from the wild doves inhabiting local waterways. These days, abundant yields from local farms make Dove Creek better known as one of the pinto bean capitals of the world. With the agriculture ground and the plenty of cover Dove Creek hold tons of game.
From big game like elk and deer to small game like dove and pheasant, there is a wealth of prime hunting opportunities in Dove Creek and Dolores. As if the stunning natural scenery weren't enough, the hunting landscape makes this a destination and paradise for the sportsman. All the Ag fields make for such an attractant for the game animals and provide the nutrients to grow those old ancient Monarchs. On the property there is a mixture of big open Ag fields with pinon and juniper trees surrounding, you can't take a step without seeing fresh elk or deer sign. the 320 acres backs up to 148,000 acres of hard to access public hunting ground where you can chase animals for years to come. The owner has placed strategic ponds and water sources throughout the property to keep the animals hanging around through the seasons. It also has been managed for several years only harvesting mature animals to preserve it for years to come.
Throughout Dolores and Montezuma county there is some phenomenal trout fishing, the Dolores River is a major attractant as it holds rainbows and huge brown trout. Narraguinnep Reservoir is a short drive from the property and makes for a great getaway after your morning hunt, there are countless high lakes and reservoirs within a short distance for you to satisfy to the angler in you.
This 320 acre would make a great cabin site or home site with year-round access and power running right through the property. For all your amenities you can be in Cortez within 30 miles which has grocery stores, a hospital and Dove Creek is about 15 miles away. If you're in the market for an affordable hunting haven where you can take monster mulies and good bulls yearly then this is the place for you. Offered at $1,000 an acre this property won't last long.
Call Seth Craft at St James Sporting Properties for more info 970-787-0864
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