Today we get to see what it might look like to live inside a larger-than-life Colorado ranch located in Archuleta County about 15 minutes away from Pagosa Springs. 

The Taylor Canyon Ranch is up for sale and includes so much land that your view will include 10 different mountain peaks all within perfect view of your new backyard. Hiking, fishing, mountain biking, and more, and all close by.

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Taylor Canyon Ranch in Colorado Feels Just Like a National Park

If you want the look and feel of a true Colorado ranch, this home has everything. Mountain views, access to world-class skiing, wildlife, and lots of water sports and fishing at the nearby Navajo State Park on the New Mexico border. This piece of Colorado real estate has it all.

Check Out the View from the Amazing Taylor Canyon Ranch in Pagosa Springs

We're about to see inside a home with over 10,000 square feet of living space, an indoor pool, fireplaces, and a backyard that features several picnic areas and fire pits strategically located around the property so the fun just keeps going. There are a ton of amazing destinations in southern Colorado, and Taylor Canyon Ranch puts you right in the middle of most of it.

Scroll through the photo gallery below to check out this listing before it's no longer something we can daydream about buying should we win the lotto!

Life at Taylor Canyon Ranch Feels Like A Colorado National Park

10 different Colorado peaks can be seen from inside the borders of this amazing ranch near Pagosa Springs.

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