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$1,996,750  •  589.11 acres
GENERAL: 589 +/- Deeded acres of the Colorado Rockies with 2 living quarters, two shop buildings, 8-10 stall horse barn, loafing sheds and round pen. The property is fenced and cross fenced, has three ponds, a couple of springs and good grass. The elevation ranges from about 9300 ft to about 10,200 ft above sea level. There is some improved pasture with Broome grass and the remainder is a mix of native mountain grasses. About 230 acres of the property is tree covered with Aspen and mixed Conifers. Several species of wildlife are known to frequent the property. Access is easy but privacy is notable. HOMES: The living quarters consist of a stick built home with one bedroom, living room, dining room, kitchen, office, one full bath and one half bath the original part of which was built in 1939 and has since been updated and remodeled. In 1977 there was a modular attached to this via a mud room and entry. The modular has three bedrooms, living room, dining area, kitchen two full baths and a laundry. This set up makes it usable as 2 completely separate dwelling or as a place for larger groups to enjoy. It would be a comfortable living quarters while building the family retreat at a higher elevation to take better advantage of the surrounding views. LAND: The land consists of 589+/- acres of which about 340 acres are prime grazing land for livestock, horses, and or wildlife. the remainder of the land is Aspen, mixed Conifer and rock outcropping. There a spring fed ponds and water tanks to provide water. The elevation makes for cool summer days yet the southern exposure presents mild winters. Currently there is not a conservation easement on the property so if the new owner wished to take advantage of that opportunity it would be attractive to many different land trusts. RECREATION: The combination of feed water and cover teamed with the fact that the neighboring property to the North is a large acreage that does not allow hunting makes this a ranch that provides one with a better than average opportunity to harvest trophy Elk and Mule Deer along with Turkey and Black Bear. Located in GMU 84 it is a draw area but this property is large enough to qualify for Land Owner Priority Preference which increases the opportunity to hunt. With thousands of acres of public land within a short drive there are multiple ways to enjoy mountain living. Skiing, white water rafting, mountain climbing, hiking, 4 wheeling, snowmobiling are just a few of the things you can enjoy as a day trip. SERVICES: The property is located about 65 miles Southwest of Colorado Springs with its airport, shopping, dining and entertainment. Pueblo is about an hour East and provides similar opportunity with the advantage of all the fresh farm produce during the summer and fall seasons. Westcliffe is the closest town and is the County seat of Custer County. Located in Westcliffe is a grocery store, bank, post office, theater, meat market, library, school, health clinic, shopping and most everything of necessity. One thing you won't find in Custer County is a stop light. Listing ID: 05052-59678
$994,620  •  331.54 acres
Lapin Creek Ranch Come see 331+ acres of private mountain property that directly border BLM which directly borders NF.  Land This property has Lapin Creek running through the middle of the property.  A pinon covered ridge runs along the north edge of the creek and the northern most boundaries. This borders the Vickerman Ranch to the north. To the south of the creek, several grassy valleys head back into the pine covered hills to the higher plateaus where the south and east boundary border BLM. From these high meadows you can see for miles in all directions! Mineral Rights Mineral rights are in tack for the about 251 acres of the ranch.  The property is entirely perimeter fenced and would handle several head of cow/calf pairs or yearlings if you’re interested and Colorado ranching. Hunting This is also good elk and mule deer country.  There’s plenty of grass and water to make for a successful hunting season. Additionally, as I mentioned earlier, it borders BLM and national forest is a short hike away.  So your hunting grounds are greatly expanded! GMU 84
$994,620  •  331.54 acres
Lapin Creek RanchCome see 331+ acres of private mountain property that directly border BLM which directly borders NF. LandThis property has Lapin Creek running through the middle of the property.  A pinon covered ridge runs along the north edge of the creek and the northern most boundaries. This borders the Vickerman Ranch to the north. To the south of the creek, several grassy valleys head back into the pine covered hills to the higher plateaus where the south and east boundary border BLM. From these high meadows you can see for miles in all directions!Mineral RightsMineral rights are in tack for the about 251 acres of the ranch.  The property is entirely perimeter fenced and would handle several head of cow/calf pairs or yearlings if you’re interested and Colorado ranching.HuntingThis is also good elk and mule deer country.  There’s plenty of grass and water to make for a successful hunting season. Additionally, as I mentioned earlier, it borders BLM and national forest is a short hike away.  So your hunting grounds are greatly expanded!GMU 84
$695,000  •  320 acres
Under Contract
Double T Ranch Here's a chance to own a beautiful ranch that is located in the heart of the Wet Mountain Valley.  This 320 acres offers so much diversity!  The little homestead is tucked in a small valley situated at the west side of the property as you enter from Crow Road.  The oldtimers knew how to pick their tiny home location!  From the little cabin, they enjoyed terrific views for the Sangre de Cristo mountains while enjoying the protection offered by the wet mountains!   Land There are several groves of aspens, and towering ponderosa are available all along the north, west and south property lines and on into the interior!  There's a wide-open meadow in from the heart of the property to the east boundary.  There is evidence of a spring that the old ranchers developed years ago for stock water.  This spring is not in working order at this time. There is an old fence along the perimeter of the property.  Of course, it needs work to actually hold stock, but the boundary is basically followed.  There's a lot to discover on this property as you hike or take your horse!  Don't miss this opportunity to own this unique property. No covenants and not conservation easement.  It's western and wild! It felt so good to explore this property on the back of my horse with my two Border Collies.  You will enjoy it too, as there's a lot more to discover!  Call Twila at 719.371.4344, to schedule your tour!
$695,000  •  320 acres
Under Contract
Double T RanchHere's a chance to own a beautiful ranch that is located in the heart of the Wet Mountain Valley.  This 320 acres offers so much diversity!  The little homestead is tucked in a small valley situated at the west side of the property as you enter from Crow Road.  The oldtimers knew how to pick their tiny home location!  From the little cabin, they enjoyed terrific views for the Sangre de Cristo mountains while enjoying the protection offered by the wet mountains!  LandThere are several groves of aspens, and towering ponderosa are available all along the north, west and south property lines and on into the interior!  There's a wide-open meadow in from the heart of the property to the east boundary.  There is evidence of a spring that the old ranchers developed years ago for stock water.  This spring is not in working order at this time. There is an old fence along the perimeter of the property.  Of course, it needs work to actually hold stock, but the boundary is basically followed.  There's a lot to discover on this property as you hike or take your horse!  Don't miss this opportunity to own this unique property.No covenants and not conservation easement. It's western and wild! It felt so good to explore this property on the back of my horse with my two Border Collies.  You will enjoy it too, as there's a lot more to discover!  Call Twila at 719.371.4344, to schedule your tour!
$415,000  •  211 acres
Antelope Hills Lot A SE Limited Offer- 15% off list price thru Labor Day Weekend!  There are several ways this property can be purchased! NO HOA and NO Covenants  Wildflowers and snowcapped mountains and easy access off of paved roads are a few of the attributes that this land offers.  See the below for buying options: 1. The list price for the entire 211 acres for  $415,000 (includes well, adjacent to power in Red Tail, and 2.5 miles from town on paved road) 2.  1a. 100 acres of Antelope Hills Lot A SW and Lot A SE with permitted livestock well (#171668) adjacent to Rosita Road with a list price of  $225,000     1b. This land can also be listed as:          Antelope Hills Lot A SE- 50 acres to the East with well at a list price of $145,000          Antelope Hills Lot A SW - 50 acres to the West at a list price of $120,000 3. 2a) 111 acres of Antelope Hill Lot A NW and Lot A NE are adjacent to Hwy 69 and Red Tail Subdivision with a list price of $250,000    2b) This land can also be listed as:          Antelope Hills Lot A NE - 54 acres to the East with a list price of $120,000          Antelope Hills Lot A NW- 57 acres to the West with a list price of $146,000 THE LAND Antelope Hill Ranch is high elevation rangeland (8000’) surrounded by mountains on all sides. The grazing land is dominated by native Colorado grasses and diverse vegetation which provide good forage for livestock. A system of water tanks and wells support the livestock. Blessed with southern Colorado mountain weather, the winters and summers are milder than our neighbors to the north and south with plenty of sun to encourage nature and your spirit! Snow feeds first plant growth followed by “monsoon” rains in summer. This is how the “Wet Mountain Valley” earned its name. The Sangre de Cristo Mountains rise high over the valley ( three are over 14,000’) and this ranch is located in the middle on rising hills that present a panorama of views changing constantly with the seasons. The “Dark Sky” display of galaxies and constellations is overwhelming outside of town. Antelope, elk, mule deer, coyotes, badgers, fox, rabbits, eagles, hawks and hummingbirds travel through the landscape as they move to seasonal locations and feed. Flowers and grasses provide color and motion in an ever-changing environment. The parcels are cross fenced and the land sculpted to store precipitation run-off. You and your critters can be very happy here!  LOCATION The property is just 2.5 miles south of Westcliffe on State Hwy 69. The town is cute with a heritage that speaks of the “Old West”. Paved roads border the property so access is easy and convenient while still away from the “congestion” of town living. Roads are maintained and plowed in winter. Electrical power is close to the property at several locations or you can choose to live off the grid. Major entry points to the BLM and National Forest lands can be accessed several miles from the property by foot, horse or off-road vehicle. Hiking and climbing are popular in this northern segment of the Sangre de Cristo mountains. The world-famous “Crestone Needle” is a world-class climbing attraction and can be seen from the property. The Great Sand Dunes National Park is just over the mountain using a “jeep trail” and popular with off-road enthusiasts. Motorcyclists, bicyclists, hikers, and fisherman all use the nearby county roads to access their favorite trails and secret spots in the San Isabel National Forest. If you want real Colorado living, this location will speak to you because it retains the true western lifestyle and environment. Specific Parcel Features The NW parcel offers direct access to State Hwy 69 and is an excellent location for building your dream home with an open view of the entire valley and mountain ranges including the Spanish Peaks to the south and Ski Country to the north (a combined distance of over 100 miles). It is a commanding view that demands your attention. The land slopes gently to the highway. The parcel has been improved with drainage and an earthen levee to capture water runoff for livestock.  The NE parcel completes the ranch home dream with native grassland pasture for livestock and drainage to the NW parcel. Some improvements have been made including a shed for livestock.  The SW parcel has easy access to Rosita Road and offers varied terrain including native grassland and sage with good drainage. There are several good home building locations. The SE parcel offers easy access to Rosita Road and includes livestock well with good water (lab reports) and good flow. The varied terrain includes native grassland to the north and sage with good drainage. There are several good home building locations.
$415,000  •  211 acres
Under Contract
Antelope Hills RanchLimited Offer- 15% off list price thru Labor Day Weekend! There are several ways this property can be purchased!NO HOA and NO Covenants Wildflowers and snowcapped mountains and easy access off of paved roads are a few of the attributes that this land offers. See the below for buying options:1. The list price for the entire 211 acres for  $415,000 (includes well, adjacent to power in Red Tail, and 2.5 miles from town on paved road)2.  1a. 100 acres of Antelope Hills Lot A SW and Lot A SE with permitted livestock well (#171668) adjacent to Rosita Road with a list price of  $225,000     1b. This land can also be listed as:          Antelope Hills Lot A SE- 50 acres to the East with well at a list price of $145,000          Antelope Hills Lot A SW - 50 acres to the West at a list price of $120,0003. 2a) 111 acres of Antelope Hill Lot A NW and Lot A NE are adjacent to Hwy 69 and Red Tail Subdivision with a list price of $250,000    2b) This land can also be listed as:          Antelope Hills Lot A NE - 54 acres to the East with a list price of $120,000          Antelope Hills Lot A NW- 57 acres to the West with a list price of $146,000THE LANDAntelope Hill Ranch is high elevation rangeland (8000’) surrounded by mountains on all sides. The grazing land is dominated by native Colorado grasses and diverse vegetation which provide good forage for livestock. A system of water tanks and wells support the livestock. Blessed with southern Colorado mountain weather, the winters and summers are milder than our neighbors to the north and south with plenty of sun to encourage nature and your spirit! Snow feeds first plant growth followed by “monsoon” rains in summer. This is how the “Wet Mountain Valley” earned its name. The Sangre de Cristo Mountains rise high over the valley ( three are over 14,000’) and this ranch is located in the middle on rising hills that present a panorama of views changing constantly with the seasons. The “Dark Sky” display of galaxies and constellations is overwhelming outside of town. Antelope, elk, mule deer, coyotes, badgers, fox, rabbits, eagles, hawks and hummingbirds travel through the landscape as they move to seasonal locations and feed. Flowers and grasses provide color and motion in an ever-changing environment. The parcels are cross fenced and the land sculpted to store precipitation run-off. You and your critters can be very happy here! LOCATIONThe property is just 2.5 miles south of Westcliffe on State Hwy 69. The town is cute with a heritage that speaks of the “Old West”. Paved roads border the property so access is easy and convenient while still away from the “congestion” of town living. Roads are maintained and plowed in winter. Electrical power is close to the property at several locations or you can choose to live off the grid. Major entry points to the BLM and National Forest lands can be accessed several miles from the property by foot, horse or off-road vehicle. Hiking and climbing are popular in this northern segment of the Sangre de Cristo mountains. The world-famous “Crestone Needle” is a world-class climbing attraction and can be seen from the property. The Great Sand Dunes National Park is just over the mountain using a “jeep trail” and popular with off-road enthusiasts. Motorcyclists, bicyclists, hikers, and fisherman all use the nearby county roads to access their favorite trails and secret spots in the San Isabel National Forest. If you want real Colorado living, this location will speak to you because it retains the true western lifestyle and environment.Specific Parcel FeaturesThe NW parcel offers direct access to State Hwy 69 and is an excellent location for building your dream home with an open view of the entire valley and mountain ranges including the Spanish Peaks to the south and Ski Country to the north (a combined distance of over 100 miles). It is a commanding view that demands your attention. The land slopes gently to the highway. The parcel has been improved with drainage and an earthen levee to capture water runoff for livestock.  The NE parcel completes the ranch home dream with native grassland pasture for livestock and drainage to the NW parcel. Some improvements have been made including a shed for livestock.  The SW parcel has easy access to Rosita Road and offers varied terrain including native grassland and sage with good drainage. There are several good home building locations. The SE parcel offers easy access to Rosita Road and includes livestock well with good water (lab reports) and good flow. The varied terrain includes native grassland to the north and sage with good drainage. There are several good home building locations. 
$159,000  •  116 acres
Under Contract
Zane's Place on Froze Creek Zane's Place on Froze Creek is 116 Acres of open land that has Frozen Creek running through it to the south and borders 640 acres of State land to the north of the property. With a new road and culvert, this gives you an excellent building location that makes for a  pretty awesome place to live. THE LAND Zane's Place on Froze Creek is just that!  A big draw with tall pines and the shorter pinons and buck brush that offer great shelter for the elk and they love to hang out in there!  Absolutely breathtaking views from this property!  Almost the entire Sangre De Cristo mountain range spans 180 degrees from the south to the west and on to the north!  Looking south you can almost see to New Mexico! On a clear day, you'll see the Spanish Peaks to the south and the Collegiate Peaks to the north-west!   As you look southeast you will see the towering snow-capped Greenhorns!  In the foreground you can almost feel the muscled rolling landscape as it opens it's self up to tall prairie grass waving in the breeze...  It's hard for me to explain the feeling you get from breathing in these huge views! HUNTING AND FISHING This property is in GMU 84. Sangre De Cristo Mountain Range has 52 high-country lakes with a decent trail for walking or horse-back. The Arkansas River is about 45 minutes from the property.  So if you are a fly fisherman or want to try your hand at it, this river will get you in the money! SELF-SUSTAINING LIFESTYLE This property is off the grid and one could live a self-sustaining lifestyle in quiet solitude.  And the historic town of Westcliffe is about 25 minutes away.  Westcliffe offer everything one needs to sustain life!  Come take a ride with me to experience all this property has to offer!
$250,000  •  111 acres
Antelope Hills Lot A SE Limited Offer- 15% off list price thru Labor Day Weekend!  There are several ways this property can be purchased! NO HOA and NO Covenants  Wildflowers and snowcapped mountains and easy access off of paved roads are a few of the attributes that this land offers.  See the below for buying options: 1. The list price for the entire 211 acres for  $415,000 (includes well, adjacent to power in Red Tail, and 2.5 miles from town on paved road) 2.  1a. 100 acres of Antelope Hills Lot A SW and Lot A SE with permitted livestock well (#171668) adjacent to Rosita Road with a list price of  $225,000     1b. This land can also be listed as:          Antelope Hills Lot A SE- 50 acres to the East with well at a list price of $145,000          Antelope Hills Lot A SW - 50 acres to the West at a list price of $120,000 3. 2a) 111 acres of Antelope Hill Lot A NW and Lot A NE are adjacent to Hwy 69 and Red Tail Subdivision with a list price of $250,000    2b) This land can also be listed as:          Antelope Hills Lot A NE - 54 acres to the East with a list price of $120,000          Antelope Hills Lot A NW- 57 acres to the West with a list price of $146,000 THE LAND Antelope Hill Ranch is high elevation rangeland (8000’) surrounded by mountains on all sides. The grazing land is dominated by native Colorado grasses and diverse vegetation which provide good forage for livestock. A system of water tanks and wells support the livestock. Blessed with southern Colorado mountain weather, the winters and summers are milder than our neighbors to the north and south with plenty of sun to encourage nature and your spirit! Snow feeds first plant growth followed by “monsoon” rains in summer. This is how the “Wet Mountain Valley” earned its name. The Sangre de Cristo Mountains rise high over the valley ( three are over 14,000’) and this ranch is located in the middle on rising hills that present a panorama of views changing constantly with the seasons. The “Dark Sky” display of galaxies and constellations is overwhelming outside of town. Antelope, elk, mule deer, coyotes, badgers, fox, rabbits, eagles, hawks and hummingbirds travel through the landscape as they move to seasonal locations and feed. Flowers and grasses provide color and motion in an ever-changing environment. The parcels are cross fenced and the land sculpted to store precipitation run-off. You and your critters can be very happy here!  LOCATION The property is just 2.5 miles south of Westcliffe on State Hwy 69. The town is cute with a heritage that speaks of the “Old West”. Paved roads border the property so access is easy and convenient while still away from the “congestion” of town living. Roads are maintained and plowed in winter. Electrical power is close to the property at several locations or you can choose to live off the grid. Major entry points to the BLM and National Forest lands can be accessed several miles from the property by foot, horse or off-road vehicle. Hiking and climbing are popular in this northern segment of the Sangre de Cristo mountains. The world-famous “Crestone Needle” is a world-class climbing attraction and can be seen from the property. The Great Sand Dunes National Park is just over the mountain using a “jeep trail” and popular with off-road enthusiasts. Motorcyclists, bicyclists, hikers, and fisherman all use the nearby county roads to access their favorite trails and secret spots in the San Isabel National Forest. If you want real Colorado living, this location will speak to you because it retains the true western lifestyle and environment. Specific Parcel Features The NW parcel offers direct access to State Hwy 69 and is an excellent location for building your dream home with an open view of the entire valley and mountain ranges including the Spanish Peaks to the south and Ski Country to the north (a combined distance of over 100 miles). It is a commanding view that demands your attention. The land slopes gently to the highway. The parcel has been improved with drainage and an earthen levee to capture water runoff for livestock.  The NE parcel completes the ranch home dream with native grassland pasture for livestock and drainage to the NW parcel. Some improvements have been made including a shed for livestock.  The SW parcel has easy access to Rosita Road and offers varied terrain including native grassland and sage with good drainage. There are several good home building locations. The SE parcel offers easy access to Rosita Road and includes livestock well with good water (lab reports) and good flow. The varied terrain includes native grassland to the north and sage with good drainage. There are several good home building locations.
$250,000  •  111 acres
Antelope Hills Lot A NorthLimited Offer- 15% off list price thru Labor Day Weekend! There are several ways this property can be purchased!NO HOA and NO Covenants Wildflowers and snowcapped mountains and easy access off of paved roads are a few of the attributes that this land offers. See the below for buying options:1. The list price for the entire 211 acres for  $415,000 (includes well, adjacent to power in Red Tail, and 2.5 miles from town on paved road)2.  1a. 100 acres of Antelope Hills Lot A SW and Lot A SE with permitted livestock well (#171668) adjacent to Rosita Road with a list price of  $225,000     1b. This land can also be listed as:          Antelope Hills Lot A SE- 50 acres to the East with well at a list price of $145,000          Antelope Hills Lot A SW - 50 acres to the West at a list price of $120,0003. 2a) 111 acres of Antelope Hill Lot A NW and Lot A NE are adjacent to Hwy 69 and Red Tail Subdivision with a list price of $250,000    2b) This land can also be listed as:          Antelope Hills Lot A NE - 54 acres to the East with a list price of $120,000          Antelope Hills Lot A NW- 57 acres to the West with a list price of $146,000THE LANDAntelope Hill Ranch is high elevation rangeland (8000’) surrounded by mountains on all sides. The grazing land is dominated by native Colorado grasses and diverse vegetation which provide good forage for livestock. A system of water tanks and wells support the livestock. Blessed with southern Colorado mountain weather, the winters and summers are milder than our neighbors to the north and south with plenty of sun to encourage nature and your spirit! Snow feeds first plant growth followed by “monsoon” rains in summer. This is how the “Wet Mountain Valley” earned its name. The Sangre de Cristo Mountains rise high over the valley ( three are over 14,000’) and this ranch is located in the middle on rising hills that present a panorama of views changing constantly with the seasons. The “Dark Sky” display of galaxies and constellations is overwhelming outside of town. Antelope, elk, mule deer, coyotes, badgers, fox, rabbits, eagles, hawks and hummingbirds travel through the landscape as they move to seasonal locations and feed. Flowers and grasses provide color and motion in an ever-changing environment. The parcels are cross fenced and the land sculpted to store precipitation run-off. You and your critters can be very happy here! LOCATIONThe property is just 2.5 miles south of Westcliffe on State Hwy 69. The town is cute with a heritage that speaks of the “Old West”. Paved roads border the property so access is easy and convenient while still away from the “congestion” of town living. Roads are maintained and plowed in winter. Electrical power is close to the property at several locations or you can choose to live off the grid. Major entry points to the BLM and National Forest lands can be accessed several miles from the property by foot, horse or off-road vehicle. Hiking and climbing are popular in this northern segment of the Sangre de Cristo mountains. The world-famous “Crestone Needle” is a world-class climbing attraction and can be seen from the property. The Great Sand Dunes National Park is just over the mountain using a “jeep trail” and popular with off-road enthusiasts. Motorcyclists, bicyclists, hikers, and fisherman all use the nearby county roads to access their favorite trails and secret spots in the San Isabel National Forest. If you want real Colorado living, this location will speak to you because it retains the true western lifestyle and environment.Specific Parcel FeaturesThe NW parcel offers direct access to State Hwy 69 and is an excellent location for building your dream home with an open view of the entire valley and mountain ranges including the Spanish Peaks to the south and Ski Country to the north (a combined distance of over 100 miles). It is a commanding view that demands your attention. The land slopes gently to the highway. The parcel has been improved with drainage and an earthen levee to capture water runoff for livestock.  The NE parcel completes the ranch home dream with native grassland pasture for livestock and drainage to the NW parcel. Some improvements have been made including a shed for livestock.  The SW parcel has easy access to Rosita Road and offers varied terrain including native grassland and sage with good drainage. There are several good home building locations. The SE parcel offers easy access to Rosita Road and includes livestock well with good water (lab reports) and good flow. The varied terrain includes native grassland to the north and sage with good drainage. There are several good home building locations. 
$225,000  •  100 acres
Antelope Hills Lot A SE Limited Offer- 15% off list price thru Labor Day Weekend!  There are several ways this property can be purchased! NO HOA and NO Covenants  Wildflowers and snowcapped mountains and easy access off of paved roads are a few of the attributes that this land offers.  See the below for buying options: 1. The list price for the entire 211 acres for  $415,000 (includes well, adjacent to power in Red Tail, and 2.5 miles from town on paved road) 2.  1a. 100 acres of Antelope Hills Lot A SW and Lot A SE with permitted livestock well (#171668) adjacent to Rosita Road with a list price of  $225,000     1b. This land can also be listed as:          Antelope Hills Lot A SE- 50 acres to the East with well at a list price of $145,000          Antelope Hills Lot A SW - 50 acres to the West at a list price of $120,000 3. 2a) 111 acres of Antelope Hill Lot A NW and Lot A NE are adjacent to Hwy 69 and Red Tail Subdivision with a list price of $250,000    2b) This land can also be listed as:          Antelope Hills Lot A NE - 54 acres to the East with a list price of $120,000          Antelope Hills Lot A NW- 57 acres to the West with a list price of $146,000 THE LAND Antelope Hill Ranch is high elevation rangeland (8000’) surrounded by mountains on all sides. The grazing land is dominated by native Colorado grasses and diverse vegetation which provide good forage for livestock. A system of water tanks and wells support the livestock. Blessed with southern Colorado mountain weather, the winters and summers are milder than our neighbors to the north and south with plenty of sun to encourage nature and your spirit! Snow feeds first plant growth followed by “monsoon” rains in summer. This is how the “Wet Mountain Valley” earned its name. The Sangre de Cristo Mountains rise high over the valley ( three are over 14,000’) and this ranch is located in the middle on rising hills that present a panorama of views changing constantly with the seasons. The “Dark Sky” display of galaxies and constellations is overwhelming outside of town. Antelope, elk, mule deer, coyotes, badgers, fox, rabbits, eagles, hawks and hummingbirds travel through the landscape as they move to seasonal locations and feed. Flowers and grasses provide color and motion in an ever-changing environment. The parcels are cross fenced and the land sculpted to store precipitation run-off. You and your critters can be very happy here!  LOCATION The property is just 2.5 miles south of Westcliffe on State Hwy 69. The town is cute with a heritage that speaks of the “Old West”. Paved roads border the property so access is easy and convenient while still away from the “congestion” of town living. Roads are maintained and plowed in winter. Electrical power is close to the property at several locations or you can choose to live off the grid. Major entry points to the BLM and National Forest lands can be accessed several miles from the property by foot, horse or off-road vehicle. Hiking and climbing are popular in this northern segment of the Sangre de Cristo mountains. The world-famous “Crestone Needle” is a world-class climbing attraction and can be seen from the property. The Great Sand Dunes National Park is just over the mountain using a “jeep trail” and popular with off-road enthusiasts. Motorcyclists, bicyclists, hikers, and fisherman all use the nearby county roads to access their favorite trails and secret spots in the San Isabel National Forest. If you want real Colorado living, this location will speak to you because it retains the true western lifestyle and environment. Specific Parcel Features The NW parcel offers direct access to State Hwy 69 and is an excellent location for building your dream home with an open view of the entire valley and mountain ranges including the Spanish Peaks to the south and Ski Country to the north (a combined distance of over 100 miles). It is a commanding view that demands your attention. The land slopes gently to the highway. The parcel has been improved with drainage and an earthen levee to capture water runoff for livestock.  The NE parcel completes the ranch home dream with native grassland pasture for livestock and drainage to the NW parcel. Some improvements have been made including a shed for livestock.  The SW parcel has easy access to Rosita Road and offers varied terrain including native grassland and sage with good drainage. There are several good home building locations. The SE parcel offers easy access to Rosita Road and includes livestock well with good water (lab reports) and good flow. The varied terrain includes native grassland to the north and sage with good drainage. There are several good home building locations.  
$225,000  •  100 acres
Antelope Hills Lot A SouthLimited Offer- 15% off list price thru Labor Day Weekend! There are several ways this property can be purchased!NO HOA and NO Covenants Wildflowers and snowcapped mountains and easy access off of paved roads are a few of the attributes that this land offers. See the below for buying options:1. The list price for the entire 211 acres for  $415,000 (includes well, adjacent to power in Red Tail, and 2.5 miles from town on paved road)2.  1a. 100 acres of Antelope Hills Lot A SW and Lot A SE with permitted livestock well (#171668) adjacent to Rosita Road with a list price of  $225,000     1b. This land can also be listed as:          Antelope Hills Lot A SE- 50 acres to the East with well at a list price of $145,000          Antelope Hills Lot A SW - 50 acres to the West at a list price of $120,0003. 2a) 111 acres of Antelope Hill Lot A NW and Lot A NE are adjacent to Hwy 69 and Red Tail Subdivision with a list price of $250,000    2b) This land can also be listed as:          Antelope Hills Lot A NE - 54 acres to the East with a list price of $120,000          Antelope Hills Lot A NW- 57 acres to the West with a list price of $146,000THE LANDAntelope Hill Ranch is high elevation rangeland (8000’) surrounded by mountains on all sides. The grazing land is dominated by native Colorado grasses and diverse vegetation which provide good forage for livestock. A system of water tanks and wells support the livestock. Blessed with southern Colorado mountain weather, the winters and summers are milder than our neighbors to the north and south with plenty of sun to encourage nature and your spirit! Snow feeds first plant growth followed by “monsoon” rains in summer. This is how the “Wet Mountain Valley” earned its name. The Sangre de Cristo Mountains rise high over the valley ( three are over 14,000’) and this ranch is located in the middle on rising hills that present a panorama of views changing constantly with the seasons. The “Dark Sky” display of galaxies and constellations is overwhelming outside of town. Antelope, elk, mule deer, coyotes, badgers, fox, rabbits, eagles, hawks and hummingbirds travel through the landscape as they move to seasonal locations and feed. Flowers and grasses provide color and motion in an ever-changing environment. The parcels are cross fenced and the land sculpted to store precipitation run-off. You and your critters can be very happy here! LOCATIONThe property is just 2.5 miles south of Westcliffe on State Hwy 69. The town is cute with a heritage that speaks of the “Old West”. Paved roads border the property so access is easy and convenient while still away from the “congestion” of town living. Roads are maintained and plowed in winter. Electrical power is close to the property at several locations or you can choose to live off the grid. Major entry points to the BLM and National Forest lands can be accessed several miles from the property by foot, horse or off-road vehicle. Hiking and climbing are popular in this northern segment of the Sangre de Cristo mountains. The world-famous “Crestone Needle” is a world-class climbing attraction and can be seen from the property. The Great Sand Dunes National Park is just over the mountain using a “jeep trail” and popular with off-road enthusiasts. Motorcyclists, bicyclists, hikers, and fisherman all use the nearby county roads to access their favorite trails and secret spots in the San Isabel National Forest. If you want real Colorado living, this location will speak to you because it retains the true western lifestyle and environment.Specific Parcel FeaturesThe NW parcel offers direct access to State Hwy 69 and is an excellent location for building your dream home with an open view of the entire valley and mountain ranges including the Spanish Peaks to the south and Ski Country to the north (a combined distance of over 100 miles). It is a commanding view that demands your attention. The land slopes gently to the highway. The parcel has been improved with drainage and an earthen levee to capture water runoff for livestock.  The NE parcel completes the ranch home dream with native grassland pasture for livestock and drainage to the NW parcel. Some improvements have been made including a shed for livestock.  The SW parcel has easy access to Rosita Road and offers varied terrain including native grassland and sage with good drainage. There are several good home building locations. The SE parcel offers easy access to Rosita Road and includes livestock well with good water (lab reports) and good flow. The varied terrain includes native grassland to the north and sage with good drainage. There are several good home building locations.  
$210,000  •  85.79 acres
Eagles Eye Ranch has open meadows, ponderosa pines, pinon pines, Fir and aspen trees. This property has a lovely building site overlooking an amazing meadow where elk pass through frequently! Eagle Springs Ranch backs up to Arkansas Mountain in the Wet Mountains of Southern Colorado with an elevation of 10,360 feet. The lowest part of the ranch has an elevation of approximately 9,400 feet. This property is inhabited by an abundance of wildlife, including elk, mule deer, bear, antelope, and turkey. The property features tree-covered hills and open meadows. This lot has been provided with underground power and phone at the lot line. The nicely graveled roads are maintained by the property owners association. Some of the photos provided for this property have the elk on the subject property as well as on neighboring property as you drive in.
$325,000  •  83.3 acres
Walkers Landing 83.30 acres of private property, no HOA, with a spring-fed pond, 1 domestic water wells, completely perimeter fenced and with a locked access gate. The land is mostly lush rich grass and water, the exact ground the big bull elk love to move around on. Approximately a 1/4 of the land is heavily timbered on a north-facing slope with game trails winding through the dense forest. The large elk tracks and other signs of life are abundant. What a beautiful location for a full-time home or just a place to summer with your horses and stay through hunting season. Electricity is off the land to the north and west, on power poles, and could be brought to the land with relative ease. Mountain views are huge on the lower portion of the land but can be found in other locations. No neighbors, good ground, fully fenced, a well, pond, privacy and views.  The property boasts a brand new road into the property and up to an amazing building site.  The owner has spared not expence with this beautiful and very useful addition to the Landing! Westcliffe and Silver Cliff are located in the Wet Mountain Valley, Custer County, at approximately 8000 feet. The two towns are bordered on the west by the majestic Sangre de Cristo Mountains that ascend to 14,000 feet on some peaks, and the rolling Wet Mountains to the east. The Collegiate Peaks can be seen in the north along with Pikes Peak, and the Spanish Peaks can be seen to the south. The Wet Mountain Valley is famous for its unparalleled views, rural-ranching lifestyle, and endless miles of wilderness hiking trails through high-mountain meadows bursting with wildflowers and over 40 high-mountain lakes for fly-fishing. The Ute Indians were attracted to the Wet Mountain Valley by the plentiful water and abundant game. In the mid 1500's Spanish explorers entered the western edge of Custer County in search of gold, silver and the fountain of youth. Over three hundred years later Europeans finally found the precious metals they sought, however, we are still looking for the fountain of youth. Westcliffe is an easy 3-hour drive from Denver, 1.5 hour drive from Colorado Springs, and 45 minutes from Canon City, Salida and Pueblo.
$330,000  •  83.3 acres
Walkers Landing83.30 acres of private property, no HOA, with a spring-fed pond, 1 domestic water well, completely perimeter fenced and with a locked access gate. The land is mostly lush rich grass and water, the exact ground the big bull elk love to move around on. Approximately a 1/4 of the land is heavily timbered on a north-facing slope with game trails winding through the dense forest. The large elk tracks and other signs of life are abundant. What a beautiful location for a full-time home or just a place to summer with your horses and stay through hunting season. Electricity is off the land to the north and west, on power poles, and could be brought to the land with relative ease. Mountain views are huge on the lower portion of the land but can be found in other locations. No neighbors, good ground, fully fenced a well, pond, privacy and views. The property boasts a brand new road into the property and up to an amazing building site.  The owner has spared no expense with this beautiful and very useful addition to the Landing!Westcliffe and Silver Cliff are located in the Wet Mountain Valley, Custer County, at approximately 8000 feet. The two towns are bordered on the west by the majestic Sangre De Cristo Mountains that ascend to 14,000 feet on some peaks, and the rolling Wet Mountains to the east. The Collegiate Peaks can be seen in the north along with Pikes Peak, and the Spanish Peaks can be seen to the south. The Wet Mountain Valley is famous for its unparalleled views, rural-ranching lifestyle, and endless miles of wilderness hiking trails through high-mountain meadows bursting with wildflowers and over 40 high-mountain lakes for fly-fishing.The Ute Indians were attracted to the Wet Mountain Valley by the plentiful water and abundant game. In the mid 1500’s Spanish explorers entered the western edge of Custer County in search of gold, silver and the fountain of youth. Over three hundred years later Europeans finally found the precious metals they sought, however, we are still looking for the fountain of youth.Westcliffe is an easy 3-hour drive from Denver, 1.5 hour drive from Colorado Springs, and 45 minutes from Canon City, Salida and Pueblo.
$769,000  •  70.2 acres
Western Horseman Hideaway Here is the horse lovers dream.  This Barn Dominium offers  2000 SF of living space situated beautifully on the upper level of the nicely crafted horse barn.  This home consists of 3 bathrooms, and two bedrooms.  As you enter the home from the sliding glass doors to the west, you walk into a beautiful open living room, accented with large log supports, that flows to the open kitchen and to the master bedroom suite.  You will immediately be impressed with the cathedral type ceilings accented with the most unique barn tin arched hall, softly lit with a warm white light that glides to the master suite.  The solid wood floors are beautiful and easy to clean, which is essential when living in the country. The kitchen has western cabinets inset with barn tin and beautifully accented with western hardware.  The nice counter space and bar area topped with beige tile offers a great place to enjoy breakfast and a visit with the chef of the house as they exercise their culinary artistry! Just opposite the kitchen is the office which is slightly raised from the main level to take advantage of the space and Sangre de Cristo views to the south! The guest bathroom and spare bedroom are located just past the kitchen. The master suite is well lit with plenty of windows that allow you to check out the local mountain scene and to keep an eye on your stock!  The master bath has two vanities, tiled shower with a steamer, water closet, and jetted tub!  All accented with a western flare. Downstairs is the laundry room and an additional bathroom.  Perfect location to shed your chore clothes without bringing the hay and dust into your home.   There's also a nice workshop that runs the length of the barn and is about 35 ft. wide. Plenty of room to park your truck and several other pieces of equipment, as the overhead doors make it easy to access. HORSE BARN 36x60The heated horse barn below has a concrete center aisle with six large stalls, 5 of the 6 have access to outdoor runs. There's a wash-rack station, tack room, and hay storage.  HOT TUB ROOM 12x15Just outside the horse barn is an awesome hot tub room with great views and easy access. OUTBUILDINGSGreen HouseSeveral loafing sheds for hay and equipment storageEquipment storage pole barnCoralsOutdoor roping arenaCattle lanes Hot tub room 12x15 Horse barn 36x60 Workshop 12x60 Loaf sheds 12x20 and 12x40 these both have attached pipe pens attached with automatic waters Loaf shed 12x30 Greenhouse 6x10 Main equipment storage barn 60x50 Arena 100x200 THE LANDThis property consists of 70 acres of fenced and cross-fenced pasture land.  Live water runs through part of the property, which feeds the small pond.  Part of this property could produce hay. ADDITIONAL LAND AVAILABLE    Adjoining this property are three additional 35+ acre properties (two of which directly adjoin the ranch and do come with a small water right for irrigation of native hay)  that are available for purchase as well.  Please call Twila for information on this property and the additional acreage.
$769,000  •  70.2 acres
Western Horseman HideawayHere is the horse lovers dream.  This Barn Dominium offers  2000 SF of living space situated beautifully on the upper level of the nicely crafted horse barn.  This home consists of 3 bathrooms, and two bedrooms.  As you enter the home from the sliding glass doors to the west, you walk into a beautiful open living room, accented with large log supports, that flows to the open kitchen and to the master bedroom suite.  You will immediately be impressed with the cathedral type ceilings accented with the most unique barn tin arched hall, softly lit with a warm white light that glides to the master suite.  The solid wood floors are beautiful and easy to clean, which is essential when living in the country.The kitchen has western cabinets inset with barn tin and beautifully accented with western hardware.  The nice counter space and bar area topped with beige tile offers a great place to enjoy breakfast and a visit with the chef of the house as they exercise their culinary artistry!Just opposite the kitchen is the office which is slightly raised from the main level to take advantage of the space and Sangre de Cristo views to the south! The guest bathroom and spare bedroom are located just past the kitchen.The master suite is well lit with plenty of windows that allow you to check out the local mountain scene and to keep an eye on your stock!  The master bath has two vanities, tiled shower with a steamer, water closet, and jetted tub!  All accented with a western flare.Downstairs is the laundry room and an additional bathroom.  Perfect location to shed your chore clothes without bringing the hay and dust into your home.  There's also a nice workshop that runs the length of the barn and is about 35 ft. wide. Plenty of room to park your truck and several other pieces of equipment, as the overhead doors make it easy to access.HORSE BARN 36x60The heated horse barn below has a concrete center aisle with six large stalls, 5 of the 6 have access to outdoor runs. There's a wash-rack station, tack room, and hay storage. HOT TUB ROOM 12x15Just outside the horse barn is an awesome hot tub room with great views and easy access.OUTBUILDINGSGreen HouseSeveral loafing sheds for hay and equipment storageEquipment storage pole barnCoralsOutdoor roping arenaCattle lanesHot tub room 12x15Horse barn 36x60Workshop 12x60Loaf sheds 12x20 and 12x40 these both have attached pipe pens attached with automatic watersLoaf shed 12x30Greenhouse 6x10Main equipment storage barn 60x50Arena 100x200THE LANDThis property consists of 70 acres of fenced and cross-fenced pasture land.  Live water runs through part of the property, which feeds the small pond.  Part of this property could produce hay.ADDITIONAL LAND AVAILABLE    Adjoining this property are three additional 35+ acre properties (two of which directly adjoin the ranch and do come with a small water right for irrigation of native hay)  that are available for purchase as well.  Please call Twila for information on this property and the additional acreage.
$349,000  •  60 acres
Under Contract
JW Heart Land No HOA and No Covenants Is there a dollar amount one can put on a beautifully treed private forest, few neighbors, fresh air, loads of game & wildlife? Here's a beautifully wooded property tucked back off the main road and offers privacy and view.  The property has been mitigated and has a clean pristine forest view. Underground power is located at the lower end of the property right by one well.  A perfect building location for your home or cabin is located near the barn.  The barn is set up to live in while you build if you prefer.  There are two wells and two septic systems on the property. THE HOME SITE All appliances included 2 wells inspected in 2015 2 Septic systems THE BARN/SHOP Shop ceiling vent to open for more fresh air. 2 64" remote ceiling fans. New Loft - insulated Woodmaster 36' overhead shop propane heater with a thermostat Propane tank - 500 gallons All new electrical wiring  in 2015, 3-220 volt outlets in the shop, 2 new fuze boxes 1 Big Garage door with a mount on top for automatic opening. Septic tank at the barn site is 1200 gallons, inspected and pumped in November 2015 New pressure tank, new hot water tank. Commercial Grade Metal roof with snow stoppers Concrete floor with a drain in the middle of the shop 2 - 15x56 Carports one on two sides of the shop THE OUT-BUILDINGS 2 -Walk-in hay shed & lean-to with solar lights Small 8x10 dog grooming barn, heated with a tool room and hot water tank. THE LAND Good metal gates throughout the cross-fenced property Clean forest with ponderosas and tall pines.  A happy grove of aspens sit behind the homesite. A second well is located at about the center of the property with a septic tank and leach field and an excavated building site. 4 Cross-fenced Horse Pens ~ 2 acres of fenced dog runs 60 ft Easement for driveway Come take a look at the beautiful property!  A lot of the hard work has already been done! 
$146,000  •  57 acres
Antelope Hills Lot A SE Limited Offer- 15% off list price thru Labor Day Weekend!  There are several ways this property can be purchased! NO HOA and NO Covenants  Wildflowers and snowcapped mountains and easy access off of paved roads are a few of the attributes that this land offers.  See the below for buying options: 1. The list price for the entire 211 acres for  $415,000 (includes well, adjacent to power in Red Tail, and 2.5 miles from town on paved road) 2.  1a. 100 acres of Antelope Hills Lot A SW and Lot A SE with permitted livestock well (#171668) adjacent to Rosita Road with a list price of  $225,000     1b. This land can also be listed as:          Antelope Hills Lot A SE- 50 acres to the East with well at a list price of $145,000          Antelope Hills Lot A SW - 50 acres to the West at a list price of $120,000 3. 2a) 111 acres of Antelope Hill Lot A NW and Lot A NE are adjacent to Hwy 69 and Red Tail Subdivision with a list price of $250,000    2b) This land can also be listed as:          Antelope Hills Lot A NE - 54 acres to the East with a list price of $120,000          Antelope Hills Lot A NW- 57 acres to the West with a list price of $146,000 THE LAND Antelope Hill Ranch is high elevation rangeland (8000’) surrounded by mountains on all sides. The grazing land is dominated by native Colorado grasses and diverse vegetation which provide good forage for livestock. A system of water tanks and wells support the livestock. Blessed with southern Colorado mountain weather, the winters and summers are milder than our neighbors to the north and south with plenty of sun to encourage nature and your spirit! Snow feeds first plant growth followed by “monsoon” rains in summer. This is how the “Wet Mountain Valley” earned its name. The Sangre de Cristo Mountains rise high over the valley ( three are over 14,000’) and this ranch is located in the middle on rising hills that present a panorama of views changing constantly with the seasons. The “Dark Sky” display of galaxies and constellations is overwhelming outside of town. Antelope, elk, mule deer, coyotes, badgers, fox, rabbits, eagles, hawks and hummingbirds travel through the landscape as they move to seasonal locations and feed. Flowers and grasses provide color and motion in an ever-changing environment. The parcels are cross fenced and the land sculpted to store precipitation run-off. You and your critters can be very happy here!  LOCATION The property is just 2.5 miles south of Westcliffe on State Hwy 69. The town is cute with a heritage that speaks of the “Old West”. Paved roads border the property so access is easy and convenient while still away from the “congestion” of town living. Roads are maintained and plowed in winter. Electrical power is close to the property at several locations or you can choose to live off the grid. Major entry points to the BLM and National Forest lands can be accessed several miles from the property by foot, horse or off-road vehicle. Hiking and climbing are popular in this northern segment of the Sangre de Cristo mountains. The world-famous “Crestone Needle” is a world-class climbing attraction and can be seen from the property. The Great Sand Dunes National Park is just over the mountain using a “jeep trail” and popular with off-road enthusiasts. Motorcyclists, bicyclists, hikers, and fisherman all use the nearby county roads to access their favorite trails and secret spots in the San Isabel National Forest. If you want real Colorado living, this location will speak to you because it retains the true western lifestyle and environment. Specific Parcel Features The NW parcel offers direct access to State Hwy 69 and is an excellent location for building your dream home with an open view of the entire valley and mountain ranges including the Spanish Peaks to the south and Ski Country to the north (a combined distance of over 100 miles). It is a commanding view that demands your attention. The land slopes gently to the highway. The parcel has been improved with drainage and an earthen levee to capture water runoff for livestock.  The NE parcel completes the ranch home dream with native grassland pasture for livestock and drainage to the NW parcel. Some improvements have been made including a shed for livestock.  The SW parcel has easy access to Rosita Road and offers varied terrain including native grassland and sage with good drainage. There are several good home building locations. The SE parcel offers easy access to Rosita Road and includes livestock well with good water (lab reports) and good flow. The varied terrain includes native grassland to the north and sage with good drainage. There are several good home building locations.
$146,000  •  57 acres
Antelope Hills Lot A NWLimited Offer- 15% off list price thru Labor Day Weekend! There are several ways this property can be purchased!NO HOA and NO Covenants Wildflowers and snowcapped mountains and easy access off of paved roads are a few of the attributes that this land offers. See the below for buying options:1. The list price for the entire 211 acres for  $415,000 (includes well, adjacent to power in Red Tail, and 2.5 miles from town on paved road)2.  1a. 100 acres of Antelope Hills Lot A SW and Lot A SE with permitted livestock well (#171668) adjacent to Rosita Road with a list price of  $225,000     1b. This land can also be listed as:          Antelope Hills Lot A SE- 50 acres to the East with well at a list price of $145,000          Antelope Hills Lot A SW - 50 acres to the West at a list price of $120,0003. 2a) 111 acres of Antelope Hill Lot A NW and Lot A NE are adjacent to Hwy 69 and Red Tail Subdivision with a list price of $250,000    2b) This land can also be listed as:          Antelope Hills Lot A NE - 54 acres to the East with a list price of $120,000          Antelope Hills Lot A NW- 57 acres to the West with a list price of $146,000THE LANDAntelope Hill Ranch is high elevation rangeland (8000’) surrounded by mountains on all sides. The grazing land is dominated by native Colorado grasses and diverse vegetation which provide good forage for livestock. A system of water tanks and wells support the livestock. Blessed with southern Colorado mountain weather, the winters and summers are milder than our neighbors to the north and south with plenty of sun to encourage nature and your spirit! Snow feeds first plant growth followed by “monsoon” rains in summer. This is how the “Wet Mountain Valley” earned its name. The Sangre de Cristo Mountains rise high over the valley ( three are over 14,000’) and this ranch is located in the middle on rising hills that present a panorama of views changing constantly with the seasons. The “Dark Sky” display of galaxies and constellations is overwhelming outside of town. Antelope, elk, mule deer, coyotes, badgers, fox, rabbits, eagles, hawks and hummingbirds travel through the landscape as they move to seasonal locations and feed. Flowers and grasses provide color and motion in an ever-changing environment. The parcels are cross fenced and the land sculpted to store precipitation run-off. You and your critters can be very happy here! LOCATIONThe property is just 2.5 miles south of Westcliffe on State Hwy 69. The town is cute with a heritage that speaks of the “Old West”. Paved roads border the property so access is easy and convenient while still away from the “congestion” of town living. Roads are maintained and plowed in winter. Electrical power is close to the property at several locations or you can choose to live off the grid. Major entry points to the BLM and National Forest lands can be accessed several miles from the property by foot, horse or off-road vehicle. Hiking and climbing are popular in this northern segment of the Sangre de Cristo mountains. The world-famous “Crestone Needle” is a world-class climbing attraction and can be seen from the property. The Great Sand Dunes National Park is just over the mountain using a “jeep trail” and popular with off-road enthusiasts. Motorcyclists, bicyclists, hikers, and fisherman all use the nearby county roads to access their favorite trails and secret spots in the San Isabel National Forest. If you want real Colorado living, this location will speak to you because it retains the true western lifestyle and environment.Specific Parcel FeaturesThe NW parcel offers direct access to State Hwy 69 and is an excellent location for building your dream home with an open view of the entire valley and mountain ranges including the Spanish Peaks to the south and Ski Country to the north (a combined distance of over 100 miles). It is a commanding view that demands your attention. The land slopes gently to the highway. The parcel has been improved with drainage and an earthen levee to capture water runoff for livestock.  The NE parcel completes the ranch home dream with native grassland pasture for livestock and drainage to the NW parcel. Some improvements have been made including a shed for livestock.  The SW parcel has easy access to Rosita Road and offers varied terrain including native grassland and sage with good drainage. There are several good home building locations. The SE parcel offers easy access to Rosita Road and includes livestock well with good water (lab reports) and good flow. The varied terrain includes native grassland to the north and sage with good drainage. There are several good home building locations. 
$120,000  •  54 acres
Antelope Hills Lot A SE Limited Offer- 15% off list price thru Labor Day Weekend!  There are several ways this property can be purchased! NO HOA and NO Covenants  Wildflowers and snowcapped mountains and easy access off of paved roads are a few of the attributes that this land offers.  See the below for buying options: 1. The list price for the entire 211 acres for  $415,000 (includes well, adjacent to power in Red Tail, and 2.5 miles from town on paved road) 2.  1a. 100 acres of Antelope Hills Lot A SW and Lot A SE with permitted livestock well (#171668) adjacent to Rosita Road with a list price of  $225,000     1b. This land can also be listed as:          Antelope Hills Lot A SE- 50 acres to the East with well at a list price of $145,000          Antelope Hills Lot A SW - 50 acres to the West at a list price of $120,000 3. 2a) 111 acres of Antelope Hill Lot A NW and Lot A NE are adjacent to Hwy 69 and Red Tail Subdivision with a list price of $250,000    2b) This land can also be listed as:          Antelope Hills Lot A NE - 54 acres to the East with a list price of $120,000          Antelope Hills Lot A NW- 57 acres to the West with a list price of $146,000 THE LAND Antelope Hill Ranch is high elevation rangeland (8000’) surrounded by mountains on all sides. The grazing land is dominated by native Colorado grasses and diverse vegetation which provide good forage for livestock. A system of water tanks and wells support the livestock. Blessed with southern Colorado mountain weather, the winters and summers are milder than our neighbors to the north and south with plenty of sun to encourage nature and your spirit! Snow feeds first plant growth followed by “monsoon” rains in summer. This is how the “Wet Mountain Valley” earned its name. The Sangre de Cristo Mountains rise high over the valley ( three are over 14,000’) and this ranch is located in the middle on rising hills that present a panorama of views changing constantly with the seasons. The “Dark Sky” display of galaxies and constellations is overwhelming outside of town. Antelope, elk, mule deer, coyotes, badgers, fox, rabbits, eagles, hawks and hummingbirds travel through the landscape as they move to seasonal locations and feed. Flowers and grasses provide color and motion in an ever-changing environment. The parcels are cross fenced and the land sculpted to store precipitation run-off. You and your critters can be very happy here!  LOCATION The property is just 2.5 miles south of Westcliffe on State Hwy 69. The town is cute with a heritage that speaks of the “Old West”. Paved roads border the property so access is easy and convenient while still away from the “congestion” of town living. Roads are maintained and plowed in winter. Electrical power is close to the property at several locations or you can choose to live off the grid. Major entry points to the BLM and National Forest lands can be accessed several miles from the property by foot, horse or off-road vehicle. Hiking and climbing are popular in this northern segment of the Sangre de Cristo mountains. The world-famous “Crestone Needle” is a world-class climbing attraction and can be seen from the property. The Great Sand Dunes National Park is just over the mountain using a “jeep trail” and popular with off-road enthusiasts. Motorcyclists, bicyclists, hikers, and fisherman all use the nearby county roads to access their favorite trails and secret spots in the San Isabel National Forest. If you want real Colorado living, this location will speak to you because it retains the true western lifestyle and environment. Specific Parcel Features The NW parcel offers direct access to State Hwy 69 and is an excellent location for building your dream home with an open view of the entire valley and mountain ranges including the Spanish Peaks to the south and Ski Country to the north (a combined distance of over 100 miles). It is a commanding view that demands your attention. The land slopes gently to the highway. The parcel has been improved with drainage and an earthen levee to capture water runoff for livestock.  The NE parcel completes the ranch home dream with native grassland pasture for livestock and drainage to the NW parcel. Some improvements have been made including a shed for livestock.  The SW parcel has easy access to Rosita Road and offers varied terrain including native grassland and sage with good drainage. There are several good home building locations. The SE parcel offers easy access to Rosita Road and includes livestock well with good water (lab reports) and good flow. The varied terrain includes native grassland to the north and sage with good drainage. There are several good home building locations.
$120,000  •  54 acres
Antelope Hills Lot A NELimited Offer- 15% off list price thru Labor Day Weekend! There are several ways this property can be purchased!NO HOA and NO Covenants Wildflowers and snowcapped mountains and easy access off of paved roads are a few of the attributes that this land offers. See the below for buying options:1. The list price for the entire 211 acres for  $415,000 (includes well, adjacent to power in Red Tail, and 2.5 miles from town on paved road)2.  1a. 100 acres of Antelope Hills Lot A SW and Lot A SE with permitted livestock well (#171668) adjacent to Rosita Road with a list price of  $225,000     1b. This land can also be listed as:          Antelope Hills Lot A SE- 50 acres to the East with well at a list price of $145,000          Antelope Hills Lot A SW - 50 acres to the West at a list price of $120,0003. 2a) 111 acres of Antelope Hill Lot A NW and Lot A NE are adjacent to Hwy 69 and Red Tail Subdivision with a list price of $250,000    2b) This land can also be listed as:          Antelope Hills Lot A NE - 54 acres to the East with a list price of $120,000          Antelope Hills Lot A NW- 57 acres to the West with a list price of $146,000THE LANDAntelope Hill Ranch is high elevation rangeland (8000’) surrounded by mountains on all sides. The grazing land is dominated by native Colorado grasses and diverse vegetation which provide good forage for livestock. A system of water tanks and wells support the livestock. Blessed with southern Colorado mountain weather, the winters and summers are milder than our neighbors to the north and south with plenty of sun to encourage nature and your spirit! Snow feeds first plant growth followed by “monsoon” rains in summer. This is how the “Wet Mountain Valley” earned its name. The Sangre de Cristo Mountains rise high over the valley ( three are over 14,000’) and this ranch is located in the middle on rising hills that present a panorama of views changing constantly with the seasons. The “Dark Sky” display of galaxies and constellations is overwhelming outside of town. Antelope, elk, mule deer, coyotes, badgers, fox, rabbits, eagles, hawks and hummingbirds travel through the landscape as they move to seasonal locations and feed. Flowers and grasses provide color and motion in an ever-changing environment. The parcels are cross fenced and the land sculpted to store precipitation run-off. You and your critters can be very happy here! LOCATIONThe property is just 2.5 miles south of Westcliffe on State Hwy 69. The town is cute with a heritage that speaks of the “Old West”. Paved roads border the property so access is easy and convenient while still away from the “congestion” of town living. Roads are maintained and plowed in winter. Electrical power is close to the property at several locations or you can choose to live off the grid. Major entry points to the BLM and National Forest lands can be accessed several miles from the property by foot, horse or off-road vehicle. Hiking and climbing are popular in this northern segment of the Sangre de Cristo mountains. The world-famous “Crestone Needle” is a world-class climbing attraction and can be seen from the property. The Great Sand Dunes National Park is just over the mountain using a “jeep trail” and popular with off-road enthusiasts. Motorcyclists, bicyclists, hikers, and fisherman all use the nearby county roads to access their favorite trails and secret spots in the San Isabel National Forest. If you want real Colorado living, this location will speak to you because it retains the true western lifestyle and environment.Specific Parcel FeaturesThe NW parcel offers direct access to State Hwy 69 and is an excellent location for building your dream home with an open view of the entire valley and mountain ranges including the Spanish Peaks to the south and Ski Country to the north (a combined distance of over 100 miles). It is a commanding view that demands your attention. The land slopes gently to the highway. The parcel has been improved with drainage and an earthen levee to capture water runoff for livestock.  The NE parcel completes the ranch home dream with native grassland pasture for livestock and drainage to the NW parcel. Some improvements have been made including a shed for livestock.  The SW parcel has easy access to Rosita Road and offers varied terrain including native grassland and sage with good drainage. There are several good home building locations. The SE parcel offers easy access to Rosita Road and includes livestock well with good water (lab reports) and good flow. The varied terrain includes native grassland to the north and sage with good drainage. There are several good home building locations. 
$94,000  •  52.76 acres
Tyndall Mountain This acreage is private property consisting of 6 mining claims, bordered by BLM on the north and east side. The claims are in full or in part, due to the existence of a county road that severs two of the mining claims. An agreement was reached and recorded between the owner and the Custer County County Commissioners, to divide the land using the county road as a boundary, so the actual acreages of land on those claims divided are undetermined at this time. Electricity is accessible to the west of this portion of the property. Electricity runs through the south end of the east boundary of Hercules Lode. Building a home or cabin, near the south entry into the Hercules is a nice, level building site with mature pine cover adding to its privacy. To the north of this open build site, the land climbs and tops off before it scales down into a natural drainage, and from there it climbs again to its northern-most boundary. The forest is dense and wildlife enjoy the privacy that it affords. There are no big views of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, but the land has its own charm and has character enough for any home or cabin in the mountains. Mineral rights transfer with this claim and all claims.  Access to this mining claim is by a private road, without county maintenance. The Hercules Lode is a beautiful 10.33 acre patented mining claim originally filed a patent on by The Rosita Mining Co. in April of 1880. Dr. G.C. Dihle of Rosita, CO was an owner in the company and believed strongly in a future return on his investment. The Hercules Lode was worked by several other men bearing the names Jeske and Merriam and, in researching the claim through old newspaper clippings, I found that at different times G.C. Dihle was represented as a doctor, a shoemaker, a cobbler and as “the old gentleman who might soon be rewarded for his many years of long waiting.” Well, he passed from this earth in 1906 and his heirs were continually reminded by the same newspaper, of an impending sale to satisfy G.C. Dihle’s debt.  History The history of this area is rich and Tyndall Mtn Ranch is located just north of the famous Bassick Mine. The Bassick was an important mine that opened in 1877 and was located about two miles north of Rosita, Colorado. Named the Bassick Mine in honor of its discoverer, E. G. Bassick, the mine proved to be quite rich. Ore worth $500,000 in gold and silver was taken from the mine during its first 18 months of operation and the town of Querida sprang up around it. The ore body of the Bassick Mine came from outcrops on the flanks of Mount Tyndall, the very location of this beautiful land. According to writings in the late 1800s, the ore occurs in a mass of brecciated (fragmented) volcanic rock, formed primarily of andesitic material. Mr. Cross, who published in this area in 1896, interpreted the brecciated rock as the filling of a volcanic neck. Interesting, right? Well, it is for those who love history. Those days of hard-rock mining and riches are long gone and the Wet Mountain Valley where mining history took place, has returned to its roots of ranching, hay production, scenic beauty, hunting, and hiking. The stories and memories of pivotal people remain, as do the remnants of the boom towns that sprang up during Colorado’s rich history. To walk the land is to understand it’s fascination for the immigrants settling the west and before them the Ute people who used the land as their summer hunting ground.