An aerial view of the property showing the estate just left of center.
West Creek Ranch is so big it’s spread out over two states with 6,412 acres in Mesa County, Colorado, and 507 acres in Grand County, Utah. The entire property is surrounded by hundreds of thousands of acres of public lands and consists of four land parcels including pasture for horses and bison, stables, a helipad and airplane hangar with landing strip, trout streams and a bear and mountain lion habitat.
One of the expansive parcels of the property. Look at the tiny cattle at the bottom right to get an idea of the scale.
An office building and a private jet hangar at nearby Grand Junction Regional Airport are included in the sale.
West Creek Ranch is Southwestern in style and designed by architect Jamie Daugaard of
The main residence also contains approximately 3,500 square feet of covered verandahs.
Observatory with rotating copper dome roof
The ranch has awe-inspiring views of soaring red rock canyons, snow-capped mountains, a river and its tributaries. Dinosaur fossils and Native American rock art are scattered throughout the property.
View of the property cottonwoods
Two additional guest houses on the property include an intimate two-bedroom, Southwestern-style Creekside Guest House and a retreat-style, three-bedroom log cabin-style Summer Cabin.
Summer Cabin kitchen
Summer Cabin helipad and aircraft hangar
Creekside Guest House exterior
Creekside Guest House living room
Creekside Guest House kitchen