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Truly Exceptional Improvements: Elk Island Ranch

March 20, 2020 Hall and Hall

Highlighted by a stunning mountain landscape and truly exceptional improvements, Elk Island Ranch is one of Colorado’s finest sporting ranches. The compelling landscape is complemented by fully-furnished luxurious accommodations, including a magnificent mountain lodge with jaw-dropping views, saloon for entertaining, ski and hunting chalet, and huge shop stocked up with recreational vehicles and gear.

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Colorado Mountain Retreat: Saddle Notch Ranch

March 5, 2020 Hall and Hall

Saddle Notch Ranch is a classic Colorado mountain retreat located about 15 minutes’ drive west of Loveland at the end of a good graveled county road that provides excellent year-round access. It occupies an exceptionally private site completely surrounded by the Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests. The centerpiece of the property is the custom designed nearly 11,000 square foot log home that is almost more of a work of art than a house.

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Steamboat Springs Elk River Ranch Sold

November 21, 2019 Hall and Hall

The Steamboat Springs Elk River Ranch has been sold. Located in the heart of the pastoral Elk River Valley, this 695± acre ranch features an ultra-private luxury riverfront home, fertile irrigated meadows and cottonwood-lined river with trophy trout fishing.

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Elk Island Ranch Featured on Open Fences Cover

October 11, 2019 Hall and Hall

Elk Island Ranch is featured on the cover of the fall issue of Open Fences magazine. Highlighted by a stunning mountain landscape and truly exceptional improvements, Elk Island Ranch is one of Colorado’s finest sporting ranches.

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Guns, bear spray and handsaws: These aren’t your average luxury real-estate brokers.

August 22, 2019 Candace Taylor, The Wall Street Journal

In a wide-brimmed straw hat, Tim Murphy walks nimbly across a fallen tree trunk suspended 6 feet above a creek, then turns and motions for me to follow. He has spent the past few minutes explaining where a guesthouse could be built on this wooded 10,600-acre property high in Montana’s Pintler mountains, but getting to the spot where he envisions the main house requires crossing the runoff-swollen creek. Eyeing the narrow trunk, I decide to take his word for it...

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