Ranch Houses Project Results

Colorado River Ranch

Project
01

Located 56 miles from Vail and 70 miles from Aspen, the 1,017-acre Colorado River Ranch has it all – fishing, horseback riding, hunting, rafting, ATVing and traditional cattle ranching.

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Acres
1,017
Eagle County, Colorado
Ranching in Rhythm with Nature 
Cmpl
2017

Pony Up Ranch

Project
02

In April 2012 a group of building professionals joined forces to achieve the Owner’s mission: transform the 146 acre parcel into a year-round “playground” for adults.

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Acres
146
Eagle County, Colorado
Give ‘m hell & git ‘r dun! 
Cmpl
2014

Gypsum Creek Ranch

Project
04

Family compound/ranch house with irrigated hay/horse pasture and supporting working ranch structures. A family legacy property shared with many friends in the valley as well.

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Acres
20
Eagle County, Colorado
A family legacy 
Cmpl
2016

Timberline Equestrian

Project
06

A true timber frame constructed home on this beautiful ranch property located just 30 minutes from downtown Edmonton. This property comes complete with an indoor one lane lap pool and a garage sized to house two cars and one Zamboni. The owners had different inspirations for the build; she grew up at a ski resort … Continued

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Acres
120
Alberta, Canada
Marriage of traditional and modern influences 
Cmpl
2009

Crystal River Ranch

Project
07

Impeccably managed/maintained working cattle and hay production ranch with a conservation easement held by Colorado Cattleman’s Agricultural Land Trust.  Designed & built multiple structures including:  Ranch manager’s house, cookhouse, bunkhouses, horse barn/events center, mechanic shop, equipment storage facility, and owner’s residence.

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Acres
10,000
Garfield County, Colorado
Premier working Ranch - in the shadow of Mt. Sopris 
Cmpl
2009

Red Creek Ranch

Project
13

Red Creek Trail Ranch sits on 65 pristine acres nestled into the White River National Forest. This spectacular property features a 5,756+/-sq ft custom home, an 8,400+/-sq ft indoor riding arena and barn, and a quaint yurt set on the banks of the flowing creek.

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Acres
65
Gypsum Creek Valley, Colorado
Self sustaining Retreat 
Cmpl
2004
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