Located in Montezuma County, Southwestern Colorado, +/- 7 miles from the Utah border, discover the super-hidden water heaven of McClellan Lakes. With no known comparison to this hidden +/- 77-acre paradise, don't wait to call on this one. At the head of Hovenweep Canyon, bordering thousands of acres of BLM all the way to the Utah border, this end-of-the-road paradise is secluded beyond belief. Water rights (40-acre-feet of the Dolores Water Conservancy) is the basis for this incredible multiuse property, serving both the irrigated production fields and the lakes. Two cabins are right on the water, with catfish, bass and bluegills within a short cast. Mule deer and elk feed in the yard year-round, with some of the nations largest mule deer coming from this immediate area. Over-the-counter elk tags are available and this property is equally good early archery as well late rifle. With 2 cozy cabins, 2 lakes (+/- a couple acres each), documented over 20 ft. deep, and +/-23 acres of side roll irrigated hay production, the ranch not only produces income but has a nearby caretaker and hay cutter available as well. The property is but a quarter mile to power, but currently operated off grid with a generator. The ranch is an ideal candidate for solar, or one can hook to power. Buyers option. McClellan Lakes is a longtime family retreat that one of the Southwests best pond builders found and built to the max many years ago for their family get-togethers. There is nothing like it on the market. It would make for an ideal horse retreat with thousands of adjacent acres of BLM and its within an easy days drive of Phoenix, Salt Lake City or Las Vegas, all states that can take half a lifetime to draw an elk tag. Properties with McClellan Lakes many features, water and recreational value just don't exist today, and its priced to sell. Call or email today for additional information. Qualified showings available and seller open to contract based on inspection. Co brokers welcome.
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