Housing in the Colorado Front Range varies from cozy bungalows to country estates on acres of property. Horse properties and small farms offer fine country living in rural areas. No matter where you settle here, there's much to do, from cultural and recreational opportunities to great sports, shopping, dining and more.
The communities of Ridgway, Montrose and Mancos remain deeply entrenched in the heritage of ranching started over a century ago while many of these same ranches remain within the same family’s stewardship.
Eagle County boasts land that is perfectly suited for horse properties, and ranches can be found intermingled throughout the protected land of this vast and scenic state. Colorado is extremely diverse in terms of its topography, vegetation, population and climates.