Nestled in a pristine setting, flanked by towering spruce, aspen, fir and cottonwood, the historic Texan Resort Estate is truly a gem. Spanning 14 acres, the property sits in the northeastern corner of Colorado’s mystical San Juan Mountains, affording breathtaking views of five of Colorado’s 14ers: Handies Peak, Sunshine Peak, Redcloud Peak, Uncompahgre Peak and Wetterhorn Peak. The property backs up to the Colorado Trail, affording some of the state’s truly spectacular scenery. Thirty-five rustic log cabins are scattered throughout the property, harkening the true spirit of authentic early American life. Many of these original log cabins were built in the 1940s; some date back as early as 1870. The community represents one of the Western Rockies’ few remaining cabin and log home villages, conjuring the true spirit of the west. The cabins are spacious and comfortable, offering expansive porches, unparalleled views, and modern-day amenities, including granite countertops, appliances and wireless internet. The community is located in a truly magical setting, where wildlife roams free and scenery is nothing short of spectacular. Looking out your window, you may see bears, moose, deer, antelope, rabbits, chipmunks, ground squirrels, ducks, Canadian geese, eagles, owls or falcons. A crystal-clear 65-foot waterfall graces the property, and meandering through the grounds are green lawns, blossoming flowers and waters flowing from the Gunnison River.