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Steamboat Magazine

Red Bell Ranch

04/17/2013 03:59PM ● By Grant Johnson

119 acres of solitude beckon your imagination. Forget the Joneses. Sip cocktails on the porch to the sounds of bugling elk or the babbling of Gunn Creek in your most comfortable clothes, or not.Whether you’re snowshoeing through your own silent forests or hiking through waist high ferns under a canopy of trees, Red Bell Ranch provides the natural beauty and privacy to follow your heart’s content.

119 Acres

With aspen trees so enormous you’ll swear they were genetically modified (we promise – all organic here). Breadcrumbs or a GPS unit will be helpful the first times you hike the miles of cut trails.
Waste-high ferns, blue spruce, and Douglas Fir pine trees will be sure to amaze you along the way.

Strawberry Park

One of the most prestigious areas in Steamboat, Strawberry Park is a pristine neighborhood with access to Buffalo Pass Wilderness, Strawberry Park Hot Springs and Perry Mansfield Center for the Performing Arts.

Minutes from Town

Even though the property is secluded, you’re only three miles from downtown Steamboat and about 10 minutes to the ski area!
Sitting high in Strawberry Park You have views of the Steamboat ski area, Crystal Peak and national forest.

Built to Perfection

Nestled into its environment, this custom built home honors the best of the past and future. Using reclaimed barn wood, cedar siding and rock, the home includes premium air purification, humidifying and water systems.

Red Bell Ranch