This 120-acre Colorado property comes with an indoor riding arena, 24-stall barn, and its own private hangar and air strip.
When Sue and Dennis Pratt bought their 119.51 acres of Northwestern Colorado land back in 1999, it was out of a passion for horses.Together, they built the current facilities at Western Dreams Ranch from the ground up — the main residence, caretaker’s apartment, indoor riding arena with 24-stall barn, heated shop, high-producing well, airplane hangar, and 2,400-foot airstrip — to house and operate Troublesome Horse Rescue, the nonprofit they founded in 2004. Now, as the Pratts enter retirement, they’ve listed Western Dreams for $1,649,000, with the unique opportunity to transfer Troublesome Horse Rescue along with the property. Transfer of the nonprofit is not a stipulation for purchase, and the amenities available on this property make it a great opportunity for a veterinary operation or a number of other ventures. The ranch, located within 60 miles of Steamboat Springs, Winter Park, and Breckenridge, also offers views overlooking the Colorado River and Eagles Nest Wilderness to the south, the Continental Divide and Rocky Mountain National Park to the east, and the Gore Range and Canyon to the west.