Fay Ranches is proud to offer the Saddoris Ranch East, a turnkey property with easy year-round access via county roads. Opportunities to own 680± acres of productive grassland abutting 1,718± acres of Comanche National Grassland don’t come along too often.
The ranch’s perimeter is fully fenced, and a productive well provides water for grazing cattle and the local wildlife. The well has been conveniently set up on a solar-powered system. The pump for the well was replaced in September 2022. Along the county road that transverses the property is a power line, allowing easy access to electricity from Southeastern Colorado Power Association. The seasonal Pintada Creek runs through the property during heavy rains; over time, the seasonal water has created a picturesque rock outcropping on the ranch. Some naturally formed catch ponds hold water during wet years.
This land offers a potential buyer many options, including a place to run a small cattle operation, to set up a spacious equine property, to use the ground for a family retreat, a hunting camp, or a beautiful location to live privately but not too remote.
The Saddoris Ranch East includes easy access off County Road 34, just 7.1 miles southeast of Kim, Colorado. County Road 211 also borders the property on the west boundary and allows easy access to the south end of the ranch. Mule deer and antelope frequent the property, utilizing the stock tank and healthy grass cover. The Comanche National Grassland parcel, which abuts the property to the north, west, and south, allows for camping, hunting, horseback riding, hiking, and non-motorized exploration.