Ecovet Presents Fantasy Farm Friday: Colorado Luxury Equestrian Estate

Honestly, for $3.2 million, this is one heck of a deal…

… for someone who has a couple million dollars to spare, that is.

That said, I definitely just sent this property to a friend and said that when I win the lottery, this is where I am going. Hands down. Between the 70 acres, stunning barn, jaw-dropping home, and proximity Wolf Creek and Purgatory Resort (formerly known as Durango Mountain Resort … formerly known as Purgatory), this estate has it all — including a true old west feel (okay, okay… it could have an indoor arena, but that can always be added).

Okay, time to get to it. This estate definitely is Colorado mountain equestrian living at its finest. The 4,980-square-foot home sits on top of the world (or so it seems), with breathtaking views of the San Juan Mountains and Continental Divide.

The main home has masterfully crafted arched stonework and cedar siding on the outside and incredibly attention to detail with high-end luxury finishes inside. It receives tons of natural light with walls of windows and an open floor plan. It is designed for entertaining — and to awe your guests! It has cathedral ceilings, three wood-burning fireplaces, one gas fireplace, American cherry floors, and a gourmet chef’s kitchen.

There are five bedrooms, with the primary bedroom on the mail level Each bedroom has its own private bathroom.

The home was also designed with the stunning views in mind. There is an outside wrap-around deck with a built in fireplace to enjoy al fresco dining and the amazing panorama, which features lush rolling pastures, meadows, and healthy stands of mature Ponderosa Pines.

In addition to the main home, there is 1,551-square-foot carriage house, with a full kitchen, stone fireplace, and private balconies above the barn. Each home home has its own water and septic.

The barn is heated with four stalls and a tack room. Plus there are loafing sheds, an incredible outdoor arena, and a separate outbuilding for equipment, toys, and hay.

The property also features its own private access to the San Juan National Forest and nearby Spence Lake (talk about a trail riding dream!). Really, what’s not to love?

You can get more information and the full listing hereAll photos are from and

This drool-worthy Fantasy Farm Friday is sponsored by Ecovet, the first fatty-acid fly repellent for horses. Tested and endorsed by veterinarians, Ecovet provides a real alternative to toxic pesticides. AND it works — or your money back!