Situated in Western Colorado, this 737-acre parcel boasts 165 irrigated acres with excellent water rights consisting of 165 shares of Uncompaghre Valley water. Land In today’s hot market, this particular tract could be a developer’s dream, with domestic water running through the center of the property right next to the county road the ranch could be divided into parcels where every owner has an opportunity to build on a high point, offering incredible views while providing a piece of irrigated ground for horses and a place to hunt some of the property’s many quail. With BLM land on three sides providing hunting and fishing enthusiasts with year-round recreational opportunities and walking access to the Gunnison Gorge National Conservation Area and Ute Trail, the Peach Valley Ranch is ideally suited for life on the land. Potential buyers should note that the property also offers a solid investment opportunity. Designed to meet any potential buyer’s needs, the property also can be purchased with an additional 1,041-acre tract currently being used as a successful family cow-calf operation—the George Creek Ranch—listed at $5,990,000 and located just 30 minutes away. To read about the listing as one property, please check out the Hawkins Ranch listing on the Hayden Outdoors website. Agriculture The irrigated ground consists of both pasture and hay production. Its infrastructure includes working pens, corrals, a small feed lot and an irrigation pivot. Production averages 4 tons per acre of alfalfa and 3 tons per acre of grass based on three cuttings per year. For the cattleman, this production paired with a 220 head Summer grazing permit could provide for an excellent Summer range and winter feed addition to any productive ranch.