United StatesColoradoGolden8330 Glencoe Valley Road

8330 Glencoe Valley Road
8330 Glencoe Valley Road Golden, Colorado 80403 United States

$5,750,000
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554 acres for $6.7m **Your Rocky Mountain sanctuary close to town. Life infused by nature. LIV Elevated at Peregrine Ranch.** Peregrine Ranch is an unrivaled and rare 554-acre piece of land minutes from the town of Golden. Experience unparalleled...
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$5,750,000
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510 Acres
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2771677
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2771677
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Peregrine Ranch
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9/1/2022

About 8330 Glencoe Valley Road

554 acres for $6.7m **Your Rocky Mountain sanctuary close to town. Life infused by nature. LIV Elevated at Peregrine Ranch.** Peregrine Ranch is an unrivaled and rare 554-acre piece of land minutes from the town of Golden. Experience unparalleled mountain living without the hassle of commuting up the busy I-70 corridor. Nestled in the foothills between expansive Open Space and luxury home developments, this heavily sought-after land is the only such large parcel of undeveloped land this close to Boulder and Denver, and an hour to the nearest ski resort. The land offers a blank slate for residential development, a spiritual retreat or a private mountain ranch. Breathtaking city and mountain views, rambling peaks, captivating rock formations, a meandering stream and abundant wildlife make this ranch land picture-perfect place. Rugged and gentle terrain, forested foothills, vistas and watersheds create dramatic elevation changes. The land is well-suited for outdoor adventures like horse-back riding, hunting, rock-climbing, camping, hiking, nature watching, and ranching.WILDLIFE: Named for its soaring peregrine falcons, Peregrine Ranch is home to abundant wildlife. With critical biological resources like the habitat for Prebles Jumping Mouse, an elk/deer migration corridor down Ralston Creek, moose, and 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 - a part of Colorados rich mining history. Closed in 1995, the 1000 ft deep mines offer little evidence of the historical importance they once played. A small mine water treatment plant operates on the property. The stream that runs through the property has been re-constructed to follow a sinuous path, include wetland areas, and restore the natural beauty of the valley and critical wildlife habitat.

Listing Courtesy of LIV Sotheby's International Realty