ArkValley River Ranch

SOLD | 311± Acres

Fowler, Colorado

ArkValley River Ranch

Status: Sold

Address: 3130 Nepesta Rd.

City/ST/ZIP: Fowler, Colorado, 81039

County: Pueblo County

Lifestyles: Fishing, Whitetail

Property Description

ArkValley River Ranch is an eclectic property with endless opportunities from exceptional hunting to income-producing farm and gravel pit. A 2-story farmhouse set on the bluffs offers impressive views. A garage/shop, horse barn, and paddocks complete the setting for a rural Colorado lifestyle.


RANCH ATTRIBUTES

There are 40 acres of farm ground along with water rights, including 0.6 CFS from Enterprise Ditch, Arkansas River priority #20 via Highline Canal, and 60% interest in Maclennan Well with a rate of 390 GPM, as well as three Orchard Park water taps. The ranch also has a 92-acre, 52 acres permitted gravel pit, which is currently under lease with the option to renew. The gravel pit produces an income of over $30,000 annually.


HUNTING

The Arkansas River is known for its trophy whitetail deer and waterfowl hunting. With increased animal density and lush habitat, the ArkValley River Ranch offers fantastic hunting opportunities for waterfowl, turkey, whitetail deer, and even elk. Located in Game Management Unit 128, the ranch qualifies for a Landowner deer tag and Over-The-Counter options for elk. Waterfowl hunting does not get much better with 3/4 +/- miles of river, and a pond, with an island along the river that adds to the exceptional waterfowl hunting.


LOCATION

ArkValley River Ranch is 8 miles West of Fowler, 23 miles East of Pueblo, 70 miles Southeast of Colorado Springs, and 140 miles Southeast of Denver. There is a daily jet service into Colorado Springs and Denver International Airport, as well as a local landing strip in Pueblo.


AMENITIES

About 35 miles west of the ArkValley River Ranch is Pueblo State Park and Reservoir. Lake Pueblo rated a fishing "hot spot," provides over 4,600 surface acres of water, 60 miles of shoreline and almost 10,000 acres of land. Water recreation includes sailing, motor boating, waterskiing, river tubing, and prime fishing. Boaters choose from two full-service marinas and boat ramps. Land recreation includes hiking, biking, picnicking, and diverse nature exploration.

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Listing Agent

Darrell Fisher

Email: darrell@sjsportingproperties.com

Phone: (719) 252-8244

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