A huge Colorado ranch that, for all intents and purposes, is pretty much a little town, looks like something straight out of an episode of Bonanza, and is currently for sale.

Colorado Town Straight Out of the Wild West is For Sale

Once you see this place, you'll likely wonder to yourself how you were never aware of its existence until now.

The property is known as Mill Creek Ranch at Old Cow Town and is located just outside of Saguache, Colorado. In fact, the address technically says that it's in Saguache, but it's a ways down a dirt road from the actual town at 36710 County Road Cc 36, Saguache, CO 81149.

The ranch is privately owned and is currently listed for $4,300,000, which actually seems pretty reasonable after you see this place.

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In total, there are 18 bedrooms, 16 bathrooms, a ten-car garage, and everything sits on a 320-acre piece of land in the Colorado prairies.

In addition to a beautiful, massive house, (the only one in town,) there's a fully functioning church, motel, restaurant, general store, and dance hall.

While it looks like the property has been preserved since the 1800s, it's actually not really very old, as the listing states that it was built as recently as 2007.

Regardless, you'll feel like the sheriff in a John Wayne movie as you take a tour of this amazing property, which is bordered by BLM and National Forest land which sees plenty of wildlife on a regular basis.

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