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Ruby Ranch, above Silverhthorne backing national forest

Minutes north of Silverthorne, Colorado, home sites in Ruby Ranch are spacious and surrounded by native forests. Custom built on large lots, any home for sale in Ruby Ranch will has its share of luxury and privacy. The lots are laid out along gently rising roads and face the Williams Fork Range, and both, this range and Ruby Ranch, overlook the Blue River Valley the runs through Silverthorne. Buffalo Mountain is out the back and rising. Trails run throughout the neighborhood and connect with trails up Buffalo and deeper into the Gore Range.

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Modern Mountain Homes Ruby Ranch, above Silverhthorne backing national forest

Custom-built homes on large lots - from 1/3 to 26 acres - create a neighborhood with unique character with plenty of undulating forest in between. The architectural style generally reflects the native materials of wood and stone and rarely break from the up-scale cabin in the woods feel dictated by the surroundings.

History of Ruby Ranch

Ruby Ranch was founded in 1916 - as a working ranch -- and still is one. The planned neighborhood began in the 1980s and allows for about six dozen lots. A few new homes are built every year and a little more than a quarter of the lots are still undeveloped. The water, road and ranch maintenance are managed by the Willow Brook Metro District. Natural gas and electricity are available.

Ride into the Gore Range

From Ruby Ranch hiking, biking and ski trails head up into the Gore Range. And in the ranch, you'll find an equestrian center. Cross mountain trails link Silverthorne to Willow Brook, but are not very well traveled. You'll find plenty of private time with the Rocky Mountains whatever the season. And, some of the best fishing in Summit County is just at the bottom of the valley. From Ruby Ranch, the Blue River is just a few minutes drive, or a downhill bike ride to the kind of river fly fisherman dream of.

Quick Facts about Ruby Ranch, Silverthorne, Colorado

Ruby Ranch, above Silverhthorne backing national forest
  • Built from: 1981 to the present, primarily single-family homes.
  • Size: a few 2BD, mostly 3-5, with a few as large as 8BD.
  • Square Footage:1,852 to 12,000.
  • Acreage: a few duplexes sit on less than an acre each, but the vast majority of the Ruby Ranch lots are 1 acre or more, and a few are more than 10. The largest lot is currently 26 acres.
  • Homeowners Association:

Drive north of Silverthorne to Ruby Ranch ....

From the I-70 Silverthorne Exit, head north about a mile and a half, to Ruby Ranch road on your left. Heading west, facing Buffalo Mountain and the Gore Range, you'll pass a gate and enter Ruby Ranch. Here you'll find the Ruby Ranch neighborhood of single-family homes on meandering roads like Emerald, Opal and Garnet, all lying just south of Willow Creek.

If you'd like to learn more about the available Ruby Ranch real estate, or book a private showing, please contact Breckenridge Associates online or give us a call at (800) 774-7970 or (970) 453-2200

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