Is it possible to find everything in one property? Are you looking for a place that you can farm, hunt, fish, explore, ride horses and be away from the urban pace? We believe that Sportsman River Farm has just about all the elements to fulfill that dream. Imagine a property where you can farm lush river bottom, hunt or view multiple species of wildlife, ride horses for miles in the wilderness, and trout fish in one of the premier trout rivers in Colorado and New Mexico. Sportsman River Farm is approximately 112± acres of which 60± acres is fertile river bottom, encompassing as much as 30 irrigated acres and multiple pastures, and both sides of the impressive San Juan River before it flows into the magnificent Navajo Reservoir. The residence is a nicely built 1780 square foot timber-framed home with two bedrooms and two baths. There is also a separate living space above the barn/garage that is perfect for guests or as a possible Airbnb rental. The barn is currently being used in conjunction with the horse breeding operation but can be easily converted into a large garage to house vehicles from the weather. There are numerous outbuildings of different vintages are very useful for any livestock or farming needs one may have. Some of the buildings have minor historical significance, as they were used in days past as a stop on the old railroad, evidence of which can sometimes be found in random rail spikes turned up in the fields. There is ample hay storage and shelter for horses or other livestock. The farm also has private road access to thousands of acres of Carson National Forest in New Mexico. Virtually surrounded by the Southern Ute Reservation and a couple of large private acreages, privacy is most likely for generations to come.