Colorado Land Channel

Video Tours of Listings


1106 Cottontail Ln Video Tour

402 Harvard Video Tour

Video Tour 1106 Cottontail Lane

Video Tour of 26221 Fairway Drive

317 Emerson Street Video Tour

Video Tour of 1608 E 9th Ave

718 Lincoln St – July 2018

Video Tour of 15915 CR W

Video Tour of 825 East 8th Ave

Video Tour of 612 E Kiowa

708 Warner Street Video Tour

Video Tour of 428 Harvard

Aerial Videos of Listings


402 Harvard St Aerial Tour

Aerial Video of 15915 County Road W

Aerial Video of 22629 County Road Q

Ft. Morgan River Bottom

Aerial Video of 6 Christensen Court

Aerial Video of 5670 County Road S

Meet the Agent


Meet the Agent – Lee Ann

Meet the Agent – Cindy Eller

Meet the Agent – Mandy Dreier

Kent and Suzy Testimonial Video

Broker Home Tours


Broker Home Tour 10-15-18

Broker Home Tour- July 2018

Kent’s Home Tip of the Week


Kent’s Home Tip of the Week Episode 3

Kent’s Home Tip of the Week Episode 2

Kent’s Home Tip of the Week Episode 1

Miscellaneous


Chris Introduction Video

Brush Oktoberfest Recap

New Brush Office Location

CLC Fall 2018 Ad

Why Colorado Land Company?

“THE ELMS” HISTORY OF THE J H GLASSEY FARM—FT MORGAN CO

GlasseyFamilyHistory-1George Glassey (my great grandfather) and wife Mary came to Colorado from Ireland in 1869 with the promise of a job working for Colonel Archer, manager of the Earl of Dunraven’s ranch holdings. Three sons shortly followed him. John Henry, Robert, and Charles. They were teenagers, Colorado was a territory, and it was open range country. The boys, all excellent horsemen, soon joined various ranching outfits, John Henry with the Wilson spread, and began a decade as drovers/cowboys–driving cattle up from Texas to the booming Denver and on to Wyoming and frequently east to Nebraska where they could be shipped by rail. These were exciting times for teenagers– Indians, outlaws, and living “rough”. John Henry later recalled being surrounded by a band Utes with rifles who demanded his grey stallion or his life. After heated discussion John turned and slowly rode away, hearing later that the Utes had great respect for any man who would risk his life for his horse. Read Full Article.