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West Creek Ranch is a spectacularly diverse private retreat property boasting one of the finest residences in the world. The estate, and the four distinct land parcels included in the sale, are a collection of some of the most enduring and treasured natural geological wonders in the canyonlands of the American West, which, surrounded natural open space, will be preserved for years to come.

The many expanses of West Creek Ranch include four scenic and verdant parcels

Gill Meadows

Nestled within the soaring and majestic precambrian rock cliff walls of Unaweep Canyon, Gill Meadows is home to the historic ruins of Driggs Mansion.

Driggs Mansion is a one-story sandstone house in Unaweep Canyon that was built for Laurence Driggs around 1918. Constructed by Grand Junction stonemason Nunzio Grasso and his son, the house later served as a hunting retreat before parts of it were torn down in the 1940s and 1950s. Today, the mansion’s ruins are a local landmark along the Unaweep-Tabeguache Scenic and Historic Byway, and in 2005 it was listed on the State Register of Historic Properties.

Blue Creek

One of the most scenic and remote parcels within West Creek Ranch, the Blue Creek parcel is noted for its bear and mountain lion habitat. A natural and beautiful landscape, this parcel is one of the most distinct within West Creek Ranch.

Sky Mesa

An area of expansive high plateau country containing a stunning, three bedroom log cabin retreat and helipad, Sky Mesa features magnificent views of the La Sal Mountains of Utah. The mesa top provides the perfect setting for nature walks and hikes, in addition to countless other recreational activities.

West Creek Ranch Headquarters

Encompassing the 22,000 square-foot main residence, the West Creek Ranch estate headquarters contain irrigated horse and bison pastures, fishing ponds, a grass airstrip and hangar, helipad, stables, astronomical observatory, and trout stream. These unique ranch features offer their owner the ultimate private wilderness retreat.

*Interactive Map boundaries are approximate