A 9,600 acre ranch in Colorado is being offered for $ 33.9 million

A 9,600-acre Colorado ranch with a sprawling owner’s residence sold for $ 33.9 million last week, one of the state’s largest deals this year.

The property is near Pagosa Springs, approximately 275 miles southwest of Denver, and offers miles of pristine land with streams, lakes, trees, and wildlife such as elk and deer. It’s also a short drive to town and the local airport, as listed by Cody Lujan of Hall and Hall, a ranch real estate agency.

The Piedra Valley Ranch is “a large, contiguous block of beautiful and essentially pristine land in close proximity to one of Colorado’s most popular mountain communities,” he said on the listing. “Blessed with the look and feel of the great national parks, [its] Peace, privacy and tranquility are unrivaled. “

The sale is one of a handful of major Colorado deals in the past six months. In May, for example, Tom Cruise sold his 320-acre property in Telluride for $ 39.5 million. In December, the 6,343-acre Elk Island Ranch near the mountain town of Kremmling raised $ 36 million.

Deer, elk and other wildlife roam the ranch.

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The San Juan National Forest is bordered by the Piedra Valley Ranch snowpack to the west and southwest to the west and southwest, ”said Mr. Lujan in a video marketing the ranch.

The owner’s 6,200-square-foot residence is perched on a cliff at the south end of the property at the base of Corral Mountain, the listing says. The stone and wood clad house has a two story great room with a wall of windows overlooking the mountains and an open floor plan centered by a stone fireplace and chimney.

There is also a kitchen / kitchen, observation deck, and a separate 2,200-square-foot room with a garage, shop, and private caretaker’s apartment, according to the listing.

Other accommodations on the property include a log cabin on the lakefront with three bedrooms, a covered veranda and a living room with a fireplace as well as a “Kuhlagerhaus”, a 1,628 square meter ranch house near the shipping bays, in which cattle are received and sorted, it said in the listing.

Shawn Broussard, the CEO of Dallas-based Service First Mortgage, was the buyer, according to Hall and Hall. He did not immediately return requests for comments.

The property has been owned by the same family since 1973 and had only four owners in the past century, according to the agency. Mansion Global was unable to determine how much the sellers paid for the property. They were not available for comment.

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