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Mountain Shadows Animal Hospital

Mountain Shadows Animal Hospital

Once in a lifetime opportunity to own established veterinary practice and real estate.  You can own the outstanding reputation that goes with a practice with over 50 years of an established, highly reputable, companion animal mixed practice located in central Colorado available immediately. Owner relocating to be closer to family and would be available for relief work.
This is a full service large & small animal veterinary clinic. It’s currently staffed as a solo practice. Hospital facility accommodates two or three veterinarians easily, area renowned for outstanding recreation and climate. Excellent financing available for practice or practice/real estate.  Serious inquirers offered showing and financial history.

Options for purchase:

1.    Practice only – Lease Real Estate
2.    Real Estate
3.    Practice and Real Estate


Prime commercial real estate for sale between Salida, Colorado and Poncha Springs, Colorado.  Located off of Highway 50 with highway access to property.   This is the ONLY commercial real estate located along this corridor.  Improvements include well, septic, water rights, 4572 sq. ft. building.

Area Recreation:

Monarch Ski Resort is about 30 minutes from the practice.  Monarch is a favorite ski destination due to it’s inexpensive ticket and easy access. Salida Hot Springs is a great place to take the family and enjoy the natural warmth that is mineral hot springs offers.  Mount Princeton Hot Springs is also very near.  Here you can go sit in the creek and enjoy nature at is finest and most relaxing.  The area offers a plethora of choices for biking and hiking trails as well.

And lets not forget about the hunting!  GMU 56 and 86 offer some of the best elk and deer hunting around.

Listed By:  Twila Geroux
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Alpine Bluff & BLM

Alpine Bluff & BLM

Located just south of Guffey, CO is a beautiful place called ALPINE BLUFF. Secluded, with electricity and phone available, bordering BLM land and few neighbors; ALPINE BLUFF & BLM may be the sanctuary you’ve been looking for. This 35.11 acre property is open and level at the front with beautiful 360 degree views. The acreage climbs on the west and east boundaries where tall timber grows providing a natural privacy wall on either side. Moving north into the land, it drops into a wide, seasonal wash lined with old Cottonwood and river rock. The BLM has fenced a portion of their boundary to this land, leaving open more than half of the property boundary for easy acres. If that isn’t enough, a walking gate was installed for hikes into the public acreage. Only minutes south of Guffey and perhaps 20 minutes north of the Arkansas River, access is via locked gate through BLM and then on to a key-punch privacy gate for Alpine Bluffs. Yearly dues of $395 are for road maintenance and snow plowing, and the roads are in excellent condition. Taxes are agricultural at $11.40 a year. There is a culvert installed for a drive into the land and ample sign of deer, elk and bear are everywhere. Pasture, forest, retention dam and seasonal stream make ALPINE BLUFF & BLM a unique property for your cabin or home.
Guffey, Colorado is a small, friendly, mountain town located less than 1 mile off of Hwy 9 at mile marker 21. Eleven Mile Reservoir is just up the road, Cripple Creek is just over the hill and The Royal Gorge & Arkansas River are appx. 24 miles south on Hwy 9. Centrally located and an easy drive to many of Colorado’s best attractions, Guffey was the center of activity for the Freshwater Mining District, a minor producer of copper, lead, zinc, mica, feldspar, and other minerals, including traces of gold and silver. Activity and population peaked between the years 1895 and 1902 with over 500 residents and 40 businesses in the town, while cattle ranching and lumber operations supplemented the mining. The current population according to the 2010 Census is 98 and the Guffey Post Office has its own zip code: 80820.
At one time, Cripple Creek, Colorado’s high valley was considered no more important than a cattle pasture. Many prospectors avoided the area after the misnamed Mount Pisgah hoax, a mini gold rush caused by salting (adding gold to worthless rock). However, on the 20th of October 1890, Robert Miller “Bob” Womack discovered a rich ore and the last great Colorado gold rush began. Thousands of prospectors flocked to the region, and before long W. S. Stratton located the famous Independence Lode, one of the largest gold strikes in history. In three years, the population increased from 500 to 10,000 by 1893! Although half a billion dollars’ worth of gold ore was dug from Cripple Creek, Womack himself would die penniless.
By 1900, Cripple Creek and its sister city, Victor, were substantial mining communities. Through the year 2005 the Cripple Creek district produced about 23.5 million troy ounces of gold. The underground mines are now mostly idle except for a few small operations, but there are significant underground deposits left which may become feasible to mine in the future. The current mining operation is conducted by Cripple Creek and Victor Gold Mining Company (CC&V). The mine operates 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Mine operations, maintenance, and processing departments work a rotating day/night schedule in 12-hour shifts.

Listed By:  Lisa Frank & Twila Geroux

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Lyon County Serenity

Lyon County Serenity

If you’re interested in peaceful country living but only want to be minutes from town, here’s your opportunity. This beautiful tract of ground sits just outside of Emporia and has approximately 37 +/- acres. The rolling topography provides you with many options and locations to build your dream house overlooking a nice pond. The pond is stocked and just waiting for you to wet a line. If you don’t want to keep the entire 37 acres, this property has already been approved to split into four lots. Each lot has a little over 9 acres. A water meter has also already been purchased by the seller. This property is all ready for you come build and enjoy its beauty.

Listed By:  Ron Helus
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Chase County Quarter

Chase County Quarter

Here’s your chance to grab a 160 +/- acres of Flint Hills grass located in Chase County. The rolling topography of this property is highlighted by beautiful views and also has several drainages where additional ponds could be added. This quarter is bordered by Middle Creek on the north and there is an abundance of wildlife that travels through the property. The owner has taken several deer and turkeys off this piece over the years. No roads border this property which can also create a safe haven for the wildlife. Give me a call and lets go take a look.

Listed By: Ron Helus

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Millard Acreage & Home

Millard Acreage & Home

Large 2 Story walkout home on 8+ acres in Millard School District featuring 5 bedrooms all on 2nd floor and large master suite with wood vaulted ceiling.  Main floor features include professional office, spacious family room with wood burning fireplace, separate livingroom leading to dining area and kitchen.  The lower level features a large recroom with wet bar area, exercise room and safe room for private storage.  The large acreage lot provides a large 60×42 metal outbuilding with paved floors to store RV or autos, inground swimming pool, your own private baseball field, playground area and several mature trees.  Horses are allowed on this and other surrounding properties.  Live close to schools and shops. This is a very unique property in the heart of west Omaha that provides plenty of room for outdoor recreation.  Seller is in the process of making some repairs to the home.

Listed By: Brad Zach

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Share Dopps Ranch, 35 acres of vacant land in Cotopaxi, CO

Dopps Ranch, 35 acres of vacant land in Cotopaxi, CO

Dopps Ranch

What an excellent investment opportunity! This is also a wonderful opportunity for an individual to invest in a property that is absolutely priced to sell right now! It is ready for you to build. Electricity and phone are at the lot line. Some excavation has been done on the west side of the lot that includes a 75 foot driveway with a 20 culvert. On the east side of the property a 4×4 SUV/Vehicle type driveway has been excavated as well. This driveway is creatively curved with lots of dense wooded trees and a nice, hidden camp space that can accommodate a 30 foot camper. This property has great views and easy access. It’s located in the Wet Mountain Valley near the historic towns of Westcliffe and Silver Cliff within the Beckwith Ranch.

Beckwith is rich in the ranching history and wildlife associated with the Valley. You’ll find mule deer, elk, and turkey just to name a few. This is property is conveniently located to the Arkansas River (30 min.) for excellent fly fishing, Monarch Ski Resort (1hr 40 min.) which offers easy access to multi-level runs and great powder, Colorado Springs Airport (1 hr. 40 min,) and great hunting in several close GMU’s.

DON’T miss this opportunity. This property is currently marketed at approximately half the price that the owner paid for this property.

Listed By:  Twila Geroux

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Sixshooter Gulch Ranch

Sixshooter Gulch Ranch is a 960 acre parcel ideally suited to run yearling cattle of cow/calf pairs. It’s a very well sodded ranch with native grasses including blue grama, buffalo and crested wheat grass. Elbert County is known for superior cattle gains in this area.  The ranch has excellent water resources, including year around live water springs in Sixshooter Gulch on the east side of the ranch and an excellent runoff stock pond and windmill on the west side. There are various draws and gulches throughout the ranch that keep water as well.  Access to the ranch is by a mile long easement through an adjoining pasture. The hunting opportunities include a good Pronghorn Antelope population, occasional mule deer, ducks and coyotes and other varmints. This ranch would be ideal to add to your existing operation or as a starter ranch or income property. The demand for grass is increasing and the rental prices for good pasture is increasing as well. Located approx. 7 miles north of Simla, or 20 miles west of Limon or 22 miles east of Kiowa, Colorado. Schedule your private showing to see this affordable ranch property by calling Jim Digby.

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W3 Outfitters in Elk Springs, CO

W3 Outfitters – Have you ever dreamed of hunting for a living but not quite sure where or how to begin. This is a great opportunity to do just that in some of the best hunting in Colorado. This hunting and guide service covers over 4 counties including some in Moffat, Rio Blanco, Routt and Garfield counties. The permits are for Hunting Units 1,2,3,10,11,12,42,131,201,211,421,24, 521. Some of the units are located in the White River National Forest, Gunnison National Forest, and the Grand Mesa National Forest and. The current permits are for over 1200 Service Days and several camp locations which means you can take well over 100 hunters a year. These units have some of the biggest bulls and bucks taken out of them in the state. This hunting business comes with a complete list of equipment, website and client list over the past 17 years. The current owner in good faith with also stick around for a specific period and show you the ropes and introduce you to his staff of experienced guides. You can also visit W3 Outfitters website at for a great price this is a great career opportunity!

Listed By:  Lonnie Gustin

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Share Hey Lot, beautiful lot in Westcliffe, CO

Hey Lot, beautiful lot in Westcliffe, CO

Hey Lot

WATER AND SEWER TAP ALREADY PAID!  Nice lot in Town. Located just off of Hermit Lane. Nice views. This lot already has a one inch water tap on the property that would cost you $16,000 to put in today. Great location. Walk into town. Close to the clinic. $3000 earnest money. Town water – tap fee paid, town sewer – tap fee paid and electric at lot line.


Located in the Wet Mountain valley the views are unbeatable. You can access National Forest roads for atv riding and drive right over to Hwy 165 to see the infamous Bishop’s Castle and then continue to Lake San Isabel for boating or fishing. Lake DeWeese is closer, just north of the mountain town of Westcliffe and there is shopping for groceries, a theatre for movies on the weekends and Shakespeare in the Park through the summer. Many music festivals, car shows, flea markets, farmers markets and the Stampede Rodeo take place each summer and the fall is filled with color hikes, hunting and more. Winters are beautiful with sunny days and cold nights by the wood stove.

Listed By:  Twila Geroux and Lisa Frank

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Two Mountains Ranch

Two Mountains Ranch

As I walked this property for the first time as a avid hunter I was instantly excited with small herds of Elk and Mule deer popping up as I walked. The property has small pockets and potholes everywhere…as soon as I thought I had seen it all I stumbled onto another pocket. These small pockets are filled with serviceberry bushes and aspen trees to provide great cover for game. On the east side there are much larger groves of aspen trees and cover. This property is very secluded and private as it has 2 mountains on it consisting of Camel Back Mountain and Bible Back Mountain. This property backs up to BLM lands on 2 sides and the BLM land has very limited access to the general public because of larger private ranches blocking the public access. This Ranch is in Colorado Hunting Unit 5 and qualifies for the land owner vouchers. This property is located 3 miles from the Wyoming border and the east end backs up to the Routt County line. The topography on this ranch varies tremendously throughout from rolling hills to steep mountain sides making this a great hunting property. The hunting isn’t the only thing this ranch has to offer, it features good grass for grazing cattle in the summer months. This is a tremendous Ranch for a tremendous price and it will not last!!

Listed By:  Lonnie Gustin

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