Boone CO Real Estate & Homes for Sale
The median home value in Boone, CO is $66,500.
the county median home value of $131,800.
The national median home value is $185,800.
The average price of homes sold in Boone, CO is $66,500.
Approximately 61.25% of Boone homes are owned,
compared to 20% rented, while
18.75% are vacant.
Boone real estate listings include condos, townhomes, and single family homes for sale.
Commercial properties are also available.
If you see a property you’re interested in, contact a Boone real estate agent to arrange a tour today!
3 bedroom house on half an acre. Priced to move. There is a surprising amount of usable space in this home, and a good sized lot.
Wow, Check out this Horse Property on a VERY Secluded 40 acre lot. Property offers over 3,600 sq ft of solid brick home. Home has a huge outbuilding perfect for storage or animals. Amble water with Private Well that is tied into the Dawson aquifer. Very well maintained roads that lead up to the property. This home is move in ready and a must see.
The 1,200-acre Huerfano Ranch, located southeast of Pueblo, Colorado has is a multiple-resource property with long-term income potential. The property straddles both sides of the Huerfano River, which provides valuable irrigation water to 400 acres of the property. In addition to the irrigated land, the ranch has a huge proven reserve of high-quality gravel, estimated to be at least 20 million tons. Existing gravel pits near Pueblo are close to being depleted. *** WATER RESOURCES The ranch has 400 arable acres, 6 wells, a center pivot sprinkler irrigating 90 acres, and 830 shares of 4,000 shares in the Wilton Ditch. Other water users have made very serious offers to buy the ranchâs ditch shares. The ranch is also able to access many acre feet of water from nearby Pueblo Reservoir. *** IMPROVEMENTS An old 3-bedroom, 1-bath farmhouse, built in the late 1800âs, is still functional as a ranch managerâs house. A huge hay barnâ”80â x 160â x 42â tallâ”provides space to park machinery and store hay. A new and modern 40â x 60â shop building provides a good workspace. *** WILDLIFE The Huerfano Ranch has an incredible diversity of wildlife. A year-round, spring-fed slough on the east side of the river attracts large flocks of migrating ducks and geese during the fall and winter months. Both whitetail deer and mule deer live on the property year-round, with numerous trophy bucks of both species harvested on the premises over the years. Additionally, elk and pronghorn antelope are known to migrate through, with decent chances to harvest both species on the ranch. Upland bird species include quail and turkey in good numbers. *** GRAVEL RESERVES The Huerfano Ranch has incredible gravel reserves, with proven reserves of over 20,000,000 tons of high-quality gravel only 20 or so miles from Pueblo. There are extensive engineering studies proving the reserves. *** HISTORY Finally, the ranch has a fascinating history, with archaeological sites dating back thousands of years, as Native American tribes wintered on the property. The Taos Trail diverges from the Santa Fe Trail and meanders through the property. An old Pony Express station from the 1850's was converted into a cavalry station, and a gravesite from a cavalry colonel and his family occupies a bluff above the river.
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