In the twilight years of the William H. Taft Administration, Richard Gallin filed for patent with the General Land Office of the United States. Gallin's patent laid claim to 160 acres of premiere Colorado real estate, and his virgin parcel would sit atop the Cimarron Ridge, peering down on the fertile Uncompahgre Valley. Even 111 years after Gallin laid stake, the rationale of his decision shines radiantly. With mature quaking aspen, broad alpine meadows, and a crisp Colorado breeze, who wouldn't lay claim?Today's Montrose Alpine Ranch boasts a portion of Gallin's original patent, alongside all the attributes that drew him to Southwestern Colorado. This spectacular 782 +/- acre parcel vaunts a flourishing aspen forest interspersed with open meadows, spring-fed ponds,
Listed by Joseph C Burns of Eagle Land Brokerage
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List Price Per Acre$6,771
Type70+ Acres (Sub Dividable)
DensityTo Be Determined
AreaMontrose - MROS (Major Area None)
DirectionsFrom Main and Townsend in Montrose, travel south 12.4 miles to Colona at Buckhorn Road. Turn left onto Buckhorn Road. Travel 1.5 miles on Buckhorn Road, turn left.