The Headquarters at Currant Creek offers a unique opportunity to own an irrigated working ranch in the Colorado mountains. The property includes 191 acres of deeded ground and 2,600 acres of leased grazing acreage and borders BLM. This ranch once served as the headquarters for the Christopher Ranch and historical structures are seen throughout the ranch including an old homestead cabin dating back to the 1800’s. The brick ranch home was built in 1967 and has 4 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms. The home has been well maintained and updated throughout the years and is move-in ready. Outbuildings include historic barns, loafing sheds, and piped working corrals. The owner runs a modest number of cattle on the property at this time which could increased with use of the leased acreage. Furthermore, the ranch comes with productive decreed water rights which have historically irrigated 20 acres of meadow and water has consistently run throughout the spring, summer and fall months. Currant Creek is a seasonal creek which through the property from north to south. Hunting on this ranch is tremendous with elk, mule deer, bear and turkey. The property offers numerous options as a small working ranch, horse ranch, second home or hunting property. The Ranch is located only 25 minutes northwest of Canon City, Colorado. Canon City offers plentiful shopping, restaurants and medical services. The property is a recreational base for many activities. Enjoy horseback riding, hiking, ATV use, camping and hunting on the ranch or the bordering BLM. The land is protected by a conservation easement held by the Colorado Cattlemen’s Agricultural Land Trust. The purpose of the easement is to protect the land and its historical ranching legacy. The conservation easement is very favorable and allows for all uses that are normal and customary for mountain ranches and also allows for the construction of an additional residential home, barns and other agricultural outbuildings.