Phil Phillips' Sportsman's Paradise, Black Canyon of the Gunnison Estate Located approximately 15 minutes from downtown Montrose, Colo., outdoor hunting celebrity and television host Phil Phillips' private 35-acre residence and secluded hunting retreat is now available. His 30-year-plus hunting, guiding and outdoor experience is reflected in this carefully selected end-of-the-road custom hideaway nestled in the oak brush and rimrock canyons and woven around irrigated alfafa fields drawing elk, mule and turkey and the occasional black bear, all backing up to a large, private ranch holding. The entrance to the world-famous Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park and access to the world-class flyfishing of the Gunnison River is only a few miles away with commercial-air access, great dining and even Walmart and an array of shops within 20 minutes in downtown Montrose, voted the 2013 All American City of the Year. Or venture 40 minutes in the opposite direction and visit the Grand Mesa-the world's largest flat-top mountain-or the Blue Mesa, the state's largest reservoir, producing trophy rainbow and brown trout, 50-pound lake trout and Kokanee salmon. In addition to great hunting and fishing, Colorado's Western Slope holds a golfer's Gem-The Bridges of Montrose-a Jack Nicklaus-designed public course between Grand Junction and Telluride. This custom 5,800-sq.-ft. three-bedroom, two-bath with semi-finished basement log post-and-beam home provides the feel of a log home without the maintenance. Englemann spruce beams are well-suited to the cold winters and hot summers characterizing the Colorado climate. Features include a large game-room and/or family room with a 110-inch HD projection surround-sound theater and loft. The kitchen complements the southern-exposure great room, and the master bedroom and bath are all on the central floor. Super-high vaulted ceilings with 8-foot glass atrium doors complement this property, offering unequalled views of the entire Montrose Valley and Uncompahgre Plateau. From the south deck, enjoy private views of the San Juans and Buckhorn Mountain, or step onto the flagstone patio and fire-pit area for more secluded views of the valley. Your hot-tub deck permits absolute relaxation while viewing elk and mule deer in your own alfalfa field each evening. Phil ensured attention to detail, including being one of the first to install geothermal cooling and heat to keep utility costs to a minimum in addition to an in-house vacuum system. Custom Home and Shop A steel building/shop compliments the property for maintaining equipment, ATVs, campers, boats, kayaks, snowmobiles and/or four-wheel drives permitting the discriminating owner to enjoy the millions of acres of public land with gold-medal-river fly fishing and lake fishing all nearby. The property is well suited for outdoor dogs, horses and cattle. Elk tags are over the counter here and deer tags are normally an every-other-year draw. This is a hunting and wildlife-viewing paradise as you can hunt elk, mule deer, bear, turkey and mountain lion without ever leaving your property! This sportsman's and outdoor recreational paradise won't last long, so call today for a qualified showing. Colorado brokers welcome!
|Year Built||1997||Community||Montrose NE|
|Elementary School||Pomona K-5|
|Jr. High School||Columbine 6-8|
|High School||Montrose 9-12|
|GARAGE||2 Detached Garage, Yes|
|MASTER ON MAIN||Yes|
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