and call your own. This Homestead was used for farming wheat, barley and oats which then transitioned to the Routt County Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) in 1986 where under the guardianship of the Conservation the managed grassland and improvements of environmental quality have greatly benefitted the land. The CRP program ended in Oct 2021 leaving the new owner to manage as they choose. It is now 333 acres of prime grassland attracting various species of birds, including whooping cranes, game birds and sharing the serenity with the antelope, deer and elk. Located apx 10 miles SW of Hayden with access off of the graveled road of CR59A. The Homestead comes with 3 water sources rarely available on a property of this size. The first one is a permitted domestic well near the old home, the second being the Marvin D Barnes Springs which is registered and flows year round with the third being a registered monitoring well for a source of H2O on the south side of property. Another rare bonus is the power line and power supply to the original Homestead, this saving thousands for any future construction. It keeps getting better...the Sellers are including all of their mineral rights which include some on adjacent property! Past oil and gas leases have proven to be lucrative according to the owner! Along with all of the pluses of the property, these 333 acres are surrounded by open farmland with vast panoramic views to the north of Bears Ears, the Hayden Valley and to the northeast stretching to Steamboat Springs area. CR 59A runs along the entire west side of the property providing direct access to numerous special sites. A recent survey was performed, corners are set and flagged. Older buildings, granaries and silos tell of a life past with a future of new agri type operations, hunting, rural living or a continued peaceful refuge for those seeking these qualities being offered in this new property available for the first time in a "long" time!