Conservation Buyers Network

Conservation Properties for Sale

Reveling in the peace and solitude of a beautiful ranch or mountain property is a lifelong dream for many people. Those dreams may come true here, in one of the last great ranching regions of Colorado.

Our conservation buyers network links conservation-minded buyers with properties on the market that are either already protected with a conservation easement, or are in need of a conservation-minded buyer. This program enables community members who share our goal of protecting the rural landscape of southern Colorado, to participate in, and directly benefit from, land conservation. Here, the land trust works to inform potential buyers of ecologically valuable properties for sale and provides the appropriate contact information.

If you are interested in a specific property listed here, please use the contact information in the listing to get more information. 

Seven Diamonds Ranch

Seven Diamonds Ranch

$2,950,000

The 542-acre Seven Diamonds Ranch lies in the heart of Colorado’s renowned Wet Mountain Valley at the confluence of Grape Creek and Swift Creek, the valley’s two main drainages. This beautiful hay and cattle ranch is prime agricultural land with 350-acres of irrigated hay ground, and the balance of upland pasture.

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Claret Canyon Ranch

Claret Canyon Ranch

$995,000

Help San Isabel attract a buyer for the Claret Canyon Ranch, a beautiful 335-acre protected property in southern Fremont County. The sellers of this gorgeous ranch have offered San Isabel a generous finder’s fee if we find a buyer. The custom home was designed to resemble a historic mine, and the sellers share that the property, with his valleys and ridges, and big views of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, is like owning your own National Park.

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  • “We are situated along the Gold Belt National Scenic Byway and several land trust organizations are involved with protection of lands along the Byway.  San Isabel was extremely well informed.  We, and our neighbors, are very pleased with the end result, and the annual monitoring process is unobtrusive.  I wish more folks would take the time to learn about the benefits that the Land Trust offers.”

    - Curt Sorenson PhD - Fremont County