Seven Summit Ranch
$400,000 | 320± Acres
Seven Summit Ranch
Address: TBD (T32S/R26E/Sec21)
City/ST/ZIP: Monticello, Utah, 84535
County: San Juan County
Lifestyles: Bear, Cattle, Elk, Mule Deer
SEVEN SUMMIT RANCH
Many opportunities await the new owners of this 320±/- acre ranch property located near Monticello, Utah. Graze cattle, farm, or come to hunt this easily accessible ranch. If you are inclined to, build your dream cabin or home (and possibly rent it out to area tourists). Hunting for Mule Deer, Rocky Mountain Elk, and small game, with limited Private Landowner Cow Elk Tags available that are good from August through January. Impressive sunrises come from Colorado to the East and sunsets over the Abajo Mountains to the West, with beautiful views of the La Sal Mountains to the north. Moab and the Canyonlands are both nearby to the Northwest.
- 320±/- deeded acres of open field and treelined North & South edges
- Pinyon & Juniper trees on North and South
- Sagebrush and open meadows cover much of the middle of the property
- Plush fields on neighboring properties
- Filled by winter seasonal runoff are stock ponds throughout the property
- Natural drainage flows lead to and from the ponds
- Water-Wells exist throughout the area
- Bordered on all sides by private landowners
- UCOLO Road is a paved and maintained road providing year-round access
- Gate entering the west side of the property
- Many potential income possibilities.
- Run cattle, raise horses, farm.
- Build a cabin or house to rent out
- Mineral rights will not transfer with the sale
- There are no Conservation Easements in place currently
- There are no HOA's
- Border fencing with a dirt road running West to East
- Needed for Domestic use is the drilling of a Water-well
- A needed Septic system for a domestic sewage system is required
- Run through the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources is all the area hunting.
- Hunting Unit 14A (San Juan, Abajo Mtns)
- The application period for game draws is held in February. See UDWR (https://wildlife.utah.gov/)
- Deer & Elk migrate on and from the property, with the area being well known for quality animals.
- New owners may negotiate participation in the Summit Cooperative Wildlife Management Unit (CWMU). (Several privately owned surrounding properties are participating in this program, while others prefer to maintain their hunting options)
- The hunting unit has a limited number of Private Landowner Cow Elk Tags available on a first-come, first-served basis. The season starts in August and runs through January. Landowner depredation tags may be available after specific criteria. All other Deer & Elk tags are available through the state draw. Meeting the approved criteria may also lead to Landowner depredation tags.
- Fishing at Monticello, Spring, and Lloyd's Lakes in the Abajo Mountains near Monticello, Utah. Also, try the Recapture & Blanding Reservoirs for Brown and Rainbow Trout
CANYONLANDS NATIONAL PARK
- Hiking, biking, Jeeping, & UTV riding
- 1.5 hours away
- Dove Creek, Colorado (30 minutes) Gas, groceries, supplies, hospital, restaurants
- Cortez, Colorado (1 hour) Municipal Airport
- Monticello, Utah (30 minutes)
- Moab, Utah (1.25 hours)
- Salt Lake (5 hours) and Albuquerque (5 hours) International Airports
- Durango Mountain Ski Resort (2.25 hours)
- Dunton Hot Springs (2.25 hours)
- The area is one of the Pinto Bean Capitals of the world. The site is known for its wild Doves, hence Dove Creek. The Anasazi Indians cultivated corn, squash, and beans here. Exploring enthusiasts can find great cliff dwellings throughout the area, and Hovenweep National Monument has prehistoric villages.
Frequented by outstanding wildlife with picturesque views and very accessible is the Seven Summit Ranch. The open fields with treelined borders are peaceful, calming, and serene.
For information & to schedule a showing, please contact:
"DUKE" Kent D. Boyington 801-710-0623 / Duke@sjsportingproperties.com
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