Summit Acres Ranch

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Acreage : 320


Address : TBD (Summit Rd & UCOLO RD JCT) Monticello, UT 84535

Offered at:$384,000

Summit Acres Ranch is located northeast of Monticello, Utah. With great views of the Abajo Mountains to the West, & La Sal mountains to the North. These 320 +/- acres of land sitting at approximately 7100 are open for cattle grazing, farming, or possibly development. There are several gulches and seasonal ponds on the property. Juniper trees provide a County Road barrier on the East, with more treed sections throughout the property providing shade. BLM property is adjacent on the South, while on the west side a 40 +/- acre parcel is surrounded on three sides by Summit Acres. Migrating animals travel across the property.
Ranch/Property Attributes
Juniper Trees provide a barrier on the east side of the property bordered by West Summit County Road. With gradual slopes of meadows mostly covered in grasses and sagebrush. Several gulches and Stock-ponds are found throughout the property.
On the propertys west side is 40+/- acres of BLM Land surrounded on three sides by Summit Acres Ranch. Adjacent on the south side is 40+/- acres of BLM Land. Remaining borders are privately owned.
Recreational Opportunities
Hunting is in the San Juan Abajo Mountains Unit. Tags are available through the Utah Division of Wildlife Draw System. The application period is in February. Landowner Tags may be available through the Landowner Tag System with applications due by Oct. 1 every year.
Neighboring CWMU operator could be interested in property inclusion.
Area is well known and sought after for quality Deer, Elk, Bear, Mt. Lions etc.
Area fishing opportunities are great. From mountain lakes & streams on the Abajo & La Sal Mountains, to reservoirs and the infamous Lake Powell.
Utahs Canyonlands & Moab area provide for excellent hiking, biking, camping, skydiving, photography, and wildlife viewing. Indian artifacts and dwellings are throughout the area. Locals still make pottery and trinkets. The Hideout Golf Course is highly rated for its quality and setting.
Location
Summit Acres Ranch located in the Four Corners Area of the Colorado Plateau, within proximity to Canyonlands National Park, Arches National Park, and Moab, Utah. Across the border to the East is Dove Creek, Colorado. Monticello, Utah is located at the base of the Abajo Mountains (Blue Mountains) located in the Manti-La Sal National Forest. The elevation is approximately 7100. Moab, Utah is roughly 45 minutes to the North, while Cortez, Colorado is approximately 50 miles to the East. Monticello has its own small airport. Groceries can be purchased at Blue Mountain Foods. Several convenience-stores provide for fuel stops. Local specialty shops provide for souvenirs. Several museums can be found in the area. These pay homage to Eras of old. Uranium & Vanadium Mining was integral in Monticellos settling and growth.
Water
There is no claimed water associated with the property. Water rights and well opportunities would have to be acquired through the state/county. Water wells are in the area.
Boundary
BLM is on the West and South side of the property. Private landowners lay claim to any remaining bordering property.
Access
County Roads that are maintained create year around access availability.

Income
Cattle grazing, crop development, or housing development are possible. Potential lease to CWMU might be available.
Easements
There are no known easements, HOAs, or building restrictions.
Improvements
There is partial fencing on the property.
Summary
This property offers you an opportunity to relax and enjoy a quiet, country way of life. To schedule a tour or viewing of this property.
Please contact:
Kent "DUKE" Boyington (801-710-0623 mobile) (801-745-0237 office)
[email protected]

  • Property type : Farm, Ranch, Acreage, Hunting Land, Agriculture Business, Cattle Ranch
  • Property id : 251627
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Features

  • Hunting
  • Development Potential
  • Borders State/BLM Land
  • Pond