Relive the charms of yesteryear on this Colorado frontier ranch

If there’s room left on your bucket list, you may want to consider the following: owning an Old West town. Yes, hidden among the peaks and woodlands of Colorado’s Gunnison and Rio Grande National Forests is a functioning frontier town reproduction—complete with saloon/restaurant, general store, hotel, and dancehall—on the market for $4,700,000.

Represented by Adrienne Haydu of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Colorado Properties, 36710 County Rd CC 36, Saguache is an enchanting, expansive estate, brimming with features that will transport you straight back to yesteryear—including a saloon/restaurant, general store, and chapel.

Strolling around this 320-acre lot, you will soon appreciate the full scope of the ranch—and the details included that help visitors place themselves in a different era. The ranch occupies the spot that was once the Hoagland stop on the Barlow and Sanderson stagecoach line and includes three original cabins from this historic Santa Fe Trail depot.

All in, there are 15 buildings that make up Saguache’s Old Cow Town, including an operational hotel, a dance hall, and a 5,500-square-foot luxury guest lodge.

The ranch can be found on the border of breathtaking BLM and National Forest land that’s home to an abundance of wildlife, such as elk, deer, and antelope. Two ponds and two creeks on the property itself complete the tapestry of natural features that help make this lot so special.

The three-bed, three-bath luxury Ponderosa Lodge is packed with elegant touches, such as a gourmet kitchen, designer lighting, and Amish hickory flooring throughout. This well-appointed home boasts lofty ceilings, an open floor plan, and expansive windows that offer endless views and an abundance of natural light.

Also onsite are 24 RV hookups, a five-stall livery stable, and a large barn with 17 stalls.

Perfect for those looking for an escape from 21st century life—or someone seeking a unique investment opportunity—this multifarious ranch is ready for its next owner to continue its Old West legacy for many years to come.