Introduction To Park County, Colorado:
It’s a little-known fact that Park County contains the highest gold and silver mines in North America. It also contains some of the highest historic ranches and a wealth of historic railroad sites. Working ranches in the region provide accommodations and never-before-offered access to private, gold-medal water for fishing. Visitors who take advantage of Park County’s historic backdrop are rewarded with an intimate experience in settings that have remained relatively unchanged for more than 100 years.
This is a fantastic opportunity to own this great over four (4.23) acres, year round accessible property on the outskirts of Park County. The property is surrounded by vast open spaces where your only neighbors are the wild horses running freely, elk and other abundant wildlife are also plenty.
Just check out the beauty of the property in this video:
Elevation & Climate:
Park County ranges in elevation from just over 7,000 to over 14,000 feet above sea level. This property is closer to 7,000 feet. Summer temperature highs are in the 70s and winter lows can register more than 20 degree below zero.
Summer activities include hiking, mountain biking, fishing, horseback riding, and 4×4 exploring over high passes, including the highest continuous automobile road in North America (13,000 feet above sea level), Mosquito Pass.
Winter recreation includes winter social events, snowmobiling, snowshoeing, back country skiing, and ice fishing.
Park County is a rural area with few paved roads. Drivers can find adventure in good weather with access to wilderness, historic mines and homesteads, and incredible views by following county roads that once were buffalo traces or Indian trails. Many county roads are snowed in for several days in the winter due to the frequent strong winds, so locals prepare by stocking up on food and fuel to last a number of days.
Situated just 110 miles around 130 minutes from Denver, this property offers all the perks of off grid living but just a few miles from the city. Just far enough to get away from all the hustle and bustle of city life.
Seize your opportunity to get in on the deal of a lifetime – contact our office before this property is SOLD!
Size: 4.23 Acres
Access: Dirt road Northern border
Conveyance: Warranty Deed
Taxes: Approximately: $ 66.78 per year
Zoning: Residential Zone District (R.)
Utilities: Power not on the property- solar or generator would likely be cheapest. Septic needed. Water by well or cistern.
Housing: There is NO minimum square footage, so you can have a TINY home of approximately 200 square feet! However, there are rules around that (must have a foundation). Check out more details here.
Other Features: Can have a hobby farm, penned chickens, etc.
Discount Cash Price: $8,500 (willing to negotiate- motivated seller!) or alternatively…
Owner Financing Price: $11,000 cash, $249 down as down payment/set up fee and $185 /mo min monthly payments.
I am flexible and can make this fit any budget. I am a family man and enjoy making land ownership available to families like mine who want to make memories for years to come. I can owner finance with a land contract. I can transfer with a warranty deed and guarantee a clean title.
Contact Dave Denniston today!
Phone/text: (775) 234-2058
|STREET ADDRESS||12463 Black Kettle Rd|
|LEGAL DESCRIPTION||T13 R75 S03 NW4 HARTSEL RANCH UNIT 107 LOT 6006|
|ELEVATION||Approx. 6,000 feet|
|ANNUAL TAXES||Approx. $ 66.78 per year|
|ZONING||There is NO minimum square footage, so you can have a TINY home of approximately 200 square feet! However, there are rules around that (must have a foundation). Check out more details here.Camper trailer & camping & RV- 14 days in 2 month period- 56 days in the year (if more, would need septic source & water)|
|ACCESS||Easy access via county maintained dirt roads|
|SEWER||Septic would have to be installed|
|WATER||Would be by well or cistern|
|UTILITIES||Would have to contact inter-mountain rural electric association or ran or solar or generator|