This historic ranch has never been on the market since first settled in the late 1800's by 2 Germans known as the Dutch Boys hence "Dutch Boys Ranch". They built a sturdy log cabin which served as a stage stop along the stage route of that day that connected Durango to the La Plata Mining District. The rustic cabin is still useable today though lacking in any modern conveniences. The ranch lies at the foot of the La Plata Mountains and is abutted by National Forest on the North and BLM on the South. The property affords the ultimate in privacy and seclusion yet is only about a 30 minute drive fro the amenities of downtown Durango. Hunting is excellent and the owner's family controls all the guided hunting permits on the National Forest adjoining the ranch as well as cattle grazing leases on both the National Forest and BLM. These leases and permits are available as a separate negotiation. The terrain is variable and trees and foliage include Gambrel Oak, Cottonwood, Aspens Fir and Ponderosa Pine. This is an extremely rare opportunity to own a very special piece of Colorado.
Approximately 20 minutes west of Durango on Highway 160. Turn north at Hesperus on County Road 124. Drive about one mile north to ranch entry gate on right (East)
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