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$1,690,000   •   266 Acres
3 br / 3 ba /

ATTENTION HUNTERS! Be prepared to be amazed as you step out on this extraordinary “Big Mountain” property adventure. This is truly one of the most amazing places you will have the privilege of being able to be a part of. The current owner has owned this property for nearly 30 years and every time one steps out of the truck it takes your breath away. This is a type of place that when you arrive the rest of the world does not matter anymore. Land With 266+ acres of privately owned property and the vast San Isabel National Forest nearby, there is truly an adventure around every patch of aspens, every bend in the trail.  This magnificent opportunity is truly for the people that want to get away and rejuvenate their lifestyle and step into the big mountains of the wilds of the beautiful Sangre de Cristo mountains.  You will never run out of an adventure or expedition from rugged four-wheeling, hiking, fishing, hunting, and horseback riding….or just plain sitting on the front porch…  there is not a more beautiful place in the world.     Improvements Privacy, lots of game, near the national forest. Froze Creek runs year-round through the property and the pond. Has trout for fishing. Million-dollar views! Want to leave the city, work from home looking at the Sangre De Cristo Range of Mountains. Custom-built log home with a large kitchen displaying knotty alder cabinets with lots of storage. Must have the financial approval letter. Shown by appointment only. The house is over 3600 square feet with an unfinished basement however, This is truly a slice of Heaven.  There is a quaint bunkhouse that’s historical its self!  Just a short walk from the main home and tucked in the aspens you’ll find this adorable log bunkhouse that’s perfect for your guests to enjoy solitude and privacy. Recreation The hunting is world-class in this draw unit for elk, mule deer, bear, mountain lion, and antelope.  You can receive landowner permits with this property with proper applications through the CDW. The areas in the game management unit are 69 and 84. If you own over 160 acres you are eligible to turn in your acreage descriptions for one elk, one deer and one antelope tag for the units 84 and 69 combined.  It can only be in one person’s name.  These are draw – landowner tags. They can be assigned to another person if so desired. For the same hunting season you can turn in for a draw for the game tags available in game management unit 69 and 84. Elk, Mule Deer or Pronghorn and possibly Bear.  Bear tags can be purchased over the counter sometimes. The draw deadline occurs around the 1 of April each year and if you draw an Elk license you can use both draw and landowner permits, however,  one must be a cow elk tag to utilize both. These tags are called draw tags. Draw tags can be used on private property if you own it or have permission to hunt on private lands. There is a season for a cow elk tag for private property in the big game hunting draw… not to be confused with landowner permits. These regulations change every year so it is important to keep up with the changes at Colorado Division of Wildlife. Agriculture This property is suitable to run cattle and nothing tastes better than high-country grass-fed beef. General Operations This property qualifies for several additional wells and has many great building sites. Region & Climate Westcliffe and Silver Cliff Weather Climate in Westcliffe/Silver Cliff, Colorado Westcliffe/Silver Cliff, Colorado gets 14 inches of rain, on average, per year. The US average is 38 inches of rain per year. Westcliffe/Silver Cliff averages 86 inches of snow per year. The US average is 28 inches of snow per year. On average, there are 260 sunny days per year in Westcliffe/Silver Cliff. The US average is 205 sunny days. Westcliffe/Silver Cliff gets some kind of precipitation, on average, 83 days per year. Precipitation is rain, snow, sleet, or hail that falls to the ground. In order for precipitation to be counted you have to get at least .01 inches on the ground to measure. Weather Highlights Summer High: the July high is around 81 degrees Winter Low: the January low is 8 Rain: averages 14 inches of rain a year Snow: averages 70 inches of snow a year History Only a short drive to the historic town of Westcliffe CO, where you will find all the amenities you will need for mountain life.  Westcliffe is deep in history in the state known and is known for the historical mining and the long history of ranching throughout the Wet Mountain Valley.  Westcliffe provides shopping, entertainment, and local events throughout the year for your enjoyment if for some reason you venture away from this dreamy place. (Highly Doubtful). These opportunities do not come around very often and this property will change your life as it changed the life. Colorado Springs airport is less than two hours away. Monarch Ski Resort is about two hours away as well. Give Twila a call to schedule your private tour – 719-371-4344


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Hayden Outdoors
Hayden Outdoors
Twila Geroux
Twila Geroux

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