Located very near the eastern boundary of Capitol Reef National Park and bordered by Pleasant Creek, this stretch of land has a wonderful variety to its landscape - fields, fences, stream and open lands. There is a total of 145 acres with approximately 50 acres in pasture with good fences. Huge old cottonwood trees surround the little ranch house and studio. There are 3 residential wells & 208 acre feet of irrigation water. Absolutely amazing, high points with long range views of gorgeous desert shapes and colors are classic, sensational Colorado Plateau scenery. Mesas, buttes, canyons and mountains can be seen, including the Henry Mountains and the sharply rising Waterpocket Fold. The contrast of the white sandstone, and the red desert next to the cottonwood-lined Pleasant Creek is exquisite and rare. Dark, star-filled skies at night and silence in the day... quiet, beautiful and private ...and with water! Accessed from the Notom Road and private roads.