LIV Sotheby’s International Realty Lists Historic Ice House Ranch in Boulder

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LIV Sotheby’s International Realty Lists Historic Ice House Ranch in Boulder

LIV Sotheby’s International Realty is pleased to announce the opportunity to purchase 6600 S. Boulder Road, one of Boulder’s most unique residential and land properties. Known locally as the Ice House Ranch due to the home’s construction utilizing building materials sourced from a historic 1800’s Ice Storage Plant, this luxury residence and its setting in the Boulder Valley is like no other property available on today’s market.

“This custom home is built with unique historical materials and features, including custom ironwork at every turn,” said LIV Sotheby’s International Realty listing broker Susie Langford. “This luxurious and expansive offering is positioned perfectly for a buyer who would like to enjoy a full farm and ranch experience combined with the added convenience of being located within just minutes of Boulder and only 30 minutes to Denver.”

The ‘Ice House Ranch,’ 6600 S. Boulder Road, Boulder.LIV Sotheby’s International RealtyThe ‘Ice House Ranch,’ 6600 S. Boulder Road, Boulder, is built with unique historic materials.
Available to purchase for the first time in history, this unique land and residential offering is comprised of a 100-acre conservation easement with exclusive use of 47 acres and features a 7,453-square-foot, four-bedroom, four-bathroom residence.

The property is famed for its prominent location positioned at the entrance of Boulder Valley. An intact conservation easement permanently preserves views of the Boulder Flatirons, and the area, which is surrounded by privately managed open space, ensures no future developments for years to come.

As unique as the home’s unparalleled location is the residence’s construction.
Built in 2007, this home is appointed with old-growth Douglas Fir beams ranging between 4”x10” to 24”x18.” Built from the wooden beams and iron that once stored and shipped ice blocks frozen in Grand Lake, Colorado, before they were shipped to the Front Range, the home’s 150-year character remains intact to this day.

Also included in the sale is a barn on the property, which similarly depicts the main residence’s historic charm. Added amenities of the home and barn include custom ironwork that is incorporated into the doors, windows, staircases and kitchen shelving throughout the residence and barn. Master iron-worker Tim Dufficy designed and crafted all of the ironwork located throughout the home, skillfully executing the trade he learned from his grandfather, who immigrated from Ireland at the same time the original Ice House was built.

The Ice House Ranch features an on-site well and irrigation water rights that provide the property means for raising the organic cattle, chickens and vegetable gardens that are currently raised on the property.

Equestrian lovers will enjoy the residence’s barn, arena and corrals, designed to accommodate multiple horses and cattle, while still being able to maintain a short and comfortable distance to all the amenities of nearby Boulder and Denver.

The Ice House Ranch at 6600 S. Boulder Road, Boulder, is listed for sale by LIV Sotheby’s International Realty for $4,795,000.

For more information, contact LIV Sotheby’s International Realty broker Susie Langford at 303-493-1455. To service all of your real estate needs, please visit

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