RMA Luxury Auctions Launches With Auction of Maytag Ranch in Colorado

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RMA Luxury Auctions, the new auction entity of the West’s leading luxury ranch brokerage firm Ranch Marketing Associates, is proud to launch with its first offering—the Maytag Ranch in Colorado.

RMA Luxury Auctions
Maytag Ranch, Colorado—June 5

Maytag Ranch in Westcliffe, Colorado, is a 2,953-acre fully sustainable heritage ranch that has been assembled over three decades by Russ Maytag, great-great-grandson of the founder of Maytag.

Sixteen 100-acre lots will be auctioned with minimum bids starting at $450,000 by RMA Luxury Auctions on June 5 at the historic Antler’s Hotel in Colorado Springs. Buyers can enter bids online and can either attend in person, bid by phone or proxy, or watch the auction live on RMA Luxury Auctions’ website.

Operating as a shared-amenity homeowners association, Maytag Mountain Ranch is a unique blend of an authentic working ranch with a luxury cowboy lifestyle. With an income-producing grass-fed beef operation, organic gardens and orchards, trout-stocked ponds and creeks, main lodge, guest cabins and an equestrian center and stables, Maytag Ranch emphasizes sustainability, natural grazing and environmentally sound ranching practices overseen by professional managers.

Located in southern Colorado about an hour’s drive from Colorado Springs in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, Maytag Ranch offers an exceptional opportunity for families to be active participants in all aspects of a working ranch —roping, branding, herding, raising hay, riding, fishing—while enjoying their own homestead and being part of the legacy of the West.

Pre-auction showings are available by appointment. Close proximity to Colorado Springs, Boulder and Denver. Private jet access at Silver West Airport near Westclife and Fremont County Airport in Canon City, both 35 miles from the ranch.

Auction information and showings:
Billy Long, RMA Luxury Auctions

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