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Peregrine Ranch Is A Rare 510-acre Piece Of Heaven On Earth!
US $8,000,000
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  • Scenic
  • City / Strip
  • Slope Side
  • Open
  • Lake & Stream
  • Backs to Park Land
  • Private Road
  • Mountain
  • Mountain
  • Luxury Properties
  • Country Living
  • Farm & Ranch
  • Mountain
  • Area Hiking
  • 100+ Acres
Property description
Peregrine Ranch is a rare 510-acre piece of heaven on earth. Nestled in the foothills, this undeveloped land offers a blank slate for residential development or a private mountain escape. Breathtaking city and mountain views, rambling peaks, captivating rock formations, a meandering stream and abundant wildlife make this ranch land a picture-perfect Colorado place to live. Rugged and gentle terrain, forested foothills, vistas and watersheds create dramatic elevation changes throughout the site. The land is well-suited for outdoor adventures like horse-back riding, rock-climbing, camping, hiking, nature watching, ATVs and ranching.LOCATION: 20 minutes from downtown Denver, Boulder, and an hour from the nearest ski resort, Peregrine Ranch offers a secluded getaway within reach of the amenities of city living. The private access road runs alongside White Ranch Park and Bear Tooth Ranch – an exclusive luxury home community.
WILDLIFE EXPERIENCE: Named for its soaring peregrine falcons, Peregrine Ranch is home to a rich wildlife population. With critical biological resources like the habitat for the Preble’s Jumping Mouse, an elk/deer migration corridor down Ralston Creek, moose, and adjacent bear and raptor habitats, nature abounds at every bend and peak.
MINING HISTORY/RESTORATION: Peregrine Ranch was once part of a larger property that included underground pitchblende ore and aggregate mines. While the mines are not included in the offering, the buyer has a unique opportunity to be a neighbor to a part of Colorado’s rich mining history. Closed in 1995, the 1000’ ft deep mines offer little evidence of the importance played in Colorado’s mining history. A small mine water treatment plant operates on the mine property. Historical flooding damaged Ralston Creek that runs through the Ranch and mine properties - the stream is being re-constructed to follow a sinuous path, include wetland areas, and restore the natural beauty of the valley and critical wildlife habitat.

8330 Glencoe Valley Road , Golden, Colorado, United States
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