Welcome to Jack Rabbit Hill Farm. Established in 2001, this 71-acre nationally acclaimed farm is being offered for the first time in its entirety. Perched at 6200’ on Redlands Mesa, JRH is rich in biodiversity with 360 degree breathtaking views. It’s unique combination of wildlife, lush vineyards and pasture, together with commercial infrastructure and utilities in place, offer a rare opportunity for entrepreneurs looking to lead Western Colorado’s agritourism industry. The first Demeter-certified Biodynamic operation in Colorado (2007), JRH farm was selected to be featured in the PBS TasteMAKERS series. Plentiful surface irrigation water supports 14 acres of vineyard and 23 acres of fenced pasture through an underground network of 12,000ft of 100PSI-rated pipe, with enough water for 70 cultivated acres. Two building compounds support farm operations, each with their own utilities in place– domestic water, propane, septic, 3-phase electric, and fiber internet. The west compound includes the 3750sf main residence with a 1500sf cellar, a 450sf insulated “miners” building, a 1120sf insulated processing building with a 560sf reception space, a 280sf root cellar, and a 5460sf concrete courtyard. The east compound includes a 4320sf residence, a 2-story Morton Building with a 3000sf finished residence, 500sf insulated garage with 1⁄2 bath, a 1200sf insulated temp-controlled warehouse, and a 1750sf shop. Also on the east compound is a 1500sf loafing shed and a 450sf coral with turn-around access for 52ft trailers. On the brink of being discovered and breathtakingly beautiful, Delta County is quickly gaining recognition for its abundance of natural assets, untapped resources, outdoor recreation, and proximity to luxury destinations (Aspen & Telluride). The unique underpinnings of JRH Farm present endless possibilities for entrepreneurs with a focus on agritourism and value-added products.