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’30s stone house on 40 acres of breathtaking wilderness asks $1.4M in Colorado

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Formerly part of the North Fork Ranch in Shawnee

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Location: Shawnee, Colorado

Price: $1,400,000

Once part of the popular dude ranch North Fork Ranch in Shawnee (just an hour out of Denver), this exemplar of southwest Colorado stone architecture known as Stonehenge was built by hand in 1931 and is now up for sale. Rustic, cozy, and full of character, the 3,208-square-foot three-bedroom features, three bathrooms, three wood-burning fireplaces, multiple sitting rooms, beamed ceilings, and plenty of vantage points—think private porches—to take in the gorgeous sights of the South Platte River.

The 40-acre property is nestled right into the hillside, offering privacy, access to hiking trails, and spectacular views of the 14,000-foot snow-capped mountains of the Continental Divide as well as of the surrounding Pike National Forest. A soul-restoring retreat, no doubt, it’s asking $1,400,000.

Via: Sotheby’s International Realty