The Frank Ranch is a self-sufficient home high in the mountains southeast of Montrose, Colorado, with its own water supply, productive garden, wood stove, food storage, propane tanks, large pond, water rights, and 40 acres of natural splendor. The owners of the Frank Ranch stock their freezers every year with game from the property itself and from other nearby parcels where they have permission to hunt.
If you’re looking for a Colorado “bug out” property where you can bolt if the stuff hits the fan, this is a great one. The home is on the grid, with underground power lines serving the property, but it would be easy to convert the home to off-grid use with a solar system and battery setup.
Water rights are everything in Colorado, and the owner of the property has filed on the large pond that occupies the east side of the property. Click here to view our in-house listings of real estate in the North Fork Valley communities of Paonia, Crawford, Hotchkiss and Somerset, Colorado. Click here to view MLS Listings of residential property, vacant land, ranches and commercial property in the North Fork Valley and across Western Colorado.


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Situated in a mountain meadow dotted with aspen trees, the home sits on a rise at over 9,000 feet overlooking a lake and the Black Canyon of the Gunnison far below to the north. It’s located 8 miles as the crow flies from downtown Montrose, which is a trade center for southwest Colorado, and 13 miles by road. To the south is Waterdog Peak, a prominent landmark that is the site of several communications towers, ensuring good communications at the property. GMU 65 is an over-the-counter unit, where hunters can buy licenses for archery and second and third rifle seasons over the counter up to the night before the hunt. However, the last mile or two of the road is not maintained by the county over the winter months, so the owners have their own 2 ?-ton 4WD plow truck to keep the road clear.


The home is over 2,100 square feet, with a large kitchen, sunny living room and sunrooms, a huge upstairs loft bedroom, and a bath with large tub and shower. The terrain is a mix of open meadows, sage, and aspens, with a touch of oak brush here and there. The current residents live there year-round, but it would serve well as a vacation retreat or a prepper property in the event of economic collapse. The property features a very well built root cellar with power, so that veggies and canned goods stay cool year-round without refrigeration. As well, the property has a “garage” and wood shed built from durable fabric stretched over a metal frame.



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