Four Shooting Stars Ranch spreads over 653± acres. It includes a 5-1/2± acre spring-fed pond and an off-grid, unique oversized custom cabin built with historic timbers from a bygone West Virginian church and an antique country cabin. The land is varied, with rolling terrain, large grazing pastures, smaller meadows surrounded by aspens, ponderosa pines, gamble oaks, all distributed in densely forested areas. Best of all, there are stunning mountain views of the Sneffels Range, Wilsons, Lizard Head, and the Dolores Peaks.
For those who love fishing, the deep pond can be stocked with trout, as previously done. The renowned Unit 61 hunting grounds (where this ranch is located) are famous for trophy elk and mule deer for hunters. Licenses in this area are sold over-the-counter for certain elk seasons. Don’t forget about black bears either, and there are some bruisers cruising the ranch from time to time. The ranch qualifies for at least two applications to the Landowner Preference Program draw, for all hunt codes that are draw-only, for each species that routinely inhabits the ranch. The ranch is unencumbered by any easement or HOA, so the owner has the maximum freedom to run his ranch the way they want. The ranch is also ideally suited to be an equestrian property, with water rights, great grazing meadows, and various trails to ride. The ranch is a very short drive to the world-class resort town of Telluride. Telluride is renowned for exceptional skiing, mountain biking, hiking, and music and film festivals. At Four Shooting Stars Ranch, you can enjoy all that the area has to offer, expansive views, starry skies, privacy, silence, yet close to all the wonderful things Telluride has to offer. Immediate neighbors include celebrities and common folk, all enjoying the iconic Colorado mountain lifestyle.
So put your boots on, cowboy or hiking, and come and visit one beautiful slice of Colorado paradise, Four Shooting Stars Ranch.