Washington County Grass and Hunting is 1086 +/- contiguous acres of native grass and expiring CRP. The land is well sodded and with some fencing and water improvements will make a great pasture and/or hunting property. The property is accessed by a well maintained County Road and there is electrical power on the property. Land Washington County Grass and Hunting is a mix of native grass and USDA/CRP. The CRP acres are currently enrolled in the USDA/CRP Program which is scheduled to expire on Oct. 1, 2022 and is covered in grass, providing excellent habitat for wildlife in the area and will easily convert into a great livestock grazing pasture. The topography of this property is level to gently rolling. The property is partially fenced with a barbed wire fence and there are 3 stock well locations on the property. Improvements Washington County Grass and Hunting is partially fenced with a barbed wire fence and there appears to be three (3 ) stock well locations on the property. The seller and/or agent does not know the quality or capacity of these stock wells. Recreation Washington County Grass and Hunting offers endless recreation from hunting small game and varmints to monster plains mule deer and pronghorn. You also have the opportunity to go hiking, biking or having fun on your ATV/UTV all on your own property! Agriculture Washington County Grass and Hunting is an excellent opportunity to acquire a good sized pasture with great county road access. Water/Mineral Rights & Natural Resources All appurtenant water rights associated with this property will transfer to Buyer at Closing. All Mineral Rights that the Seller now owns will transfer to Buyer at Closing. Region & Climate Washington County Grass and Hunting is located in western Washington County on the Eastern Plains of Colorado in an area that normally receives 14″ of annual rainfall, with low humidity and almost 300 days of sunshine per year. History The Eastern Plains of Colorado have long been the hunting grounds for Native Americans and early settlers, once tens of thousands of bison roamed these grass covered rolling hills and lush stream bottoms. The area was also grazing territory for the historic cattle drives from Texas to Montana. Most recently this area has mainly been utilized for ranching or dryland farming. Location Washington County Grass and Hunting is located in western Washington County, southwest of Akron, the County Seat of Washington County and southeast of Brush, I-76 and just 10 miles east of US Hwy 71 on a well maintained County Road providing good access. The Colorado Plains Regional Airport is located in Akron and Denver International Airport is approximately 2 hours from the property.