5 acres of Peace & Quiet with Incredible Views for Miles and Miles!
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Escape the city and all the people and take in the fresh mountain air on this 4.9 acre property located 16 miles south of Hartsel. Surround yourself with views for miles of the snow capped mountains to the west and lush green rolling hills all around. There are very few others around in this area so you will have plenty of peace and quiet to just enjoy the beauty of the area. The property is fairly flat as you come off the road and toward the south side of the property and then features a hill toward the north side of the property that provides even more incredible views from the top. This would also make for some great ATV fun! With Mt. Antero and the Collegiate Peaks straight to the west, you’ll be near some of the highest peaks in all of Colorado. Get out and explore all this area has to offer!
DRIVING DIRECTIONS FROM HARTSEL:
Take HWY 9 south for 2 miles. Turn right/west onto CR-53 and go 12.2 miles. Turn left/east onto Lenape Trail and go 1.5 miles. Lenape Trail connects with Delaware Rd for ~50 ft and then go east on Uxta Trail for 0.5 miles until it runs into Watonga Rd at a T-intersection. The property is right at the T-intersection on the east side of Watonga Rd.
5716 Watonga Rd
Solar or Generator
Would be by well or holding tank
|SUBDIVISION||ESTATES OF COLORADO|
|LEGAL DESCRIPTION||Lot 3434, Estates of Colorado, Unit 65. County of Park, State of Colorado.|
|APPROX. GPS |
|NW: 38.838210, -105.743834|
NE: 38.838219, -105.741449
SE: 38.837421, -105.741441
SW: 38.837372, -105.743869
|APPROX. ANNUAL TAXES||$95|
|UTILITIES||Solar or generator best options for electricity. Gas by propane tank. Phone by cellular.|
|SEWER||Would need septic system if building.|
|ACCESS||County dirt road. Accessible by car weather permitting or with four-wheel drive vehicle in inclement weather.|
|CAMPING & RVs||Both RV and Tent short term camping allowed for up to fourteen (14) days a year without a permit. Property owners may be granted a free permit to camp from May 1 – October 31 with an additional fourteen (14) days for winter activity with a permitted driveway.|
Nearby Cities/Attractions (with driving distance)
|Hartsel: 16 miles|
|Colorado Springs: 81 miles|
|Denver: 120 miles|
|Woodland Park (Walmart & Hospital): 62 miles|
|Hunting/Hiking/Horseback Riding (National Forest): 6 miles|
|World Class Fishing (Spinney Reservoir): 33 miles|
|White Water Rafting (Buena Vista): 42 miles|
|ATV/Off Roading (Fairplay): 35 miles|
|Skiing (Breckenridge): 57 miles|
Park county is considered “the heart of Colorado” as the geographical center of the state lies within the 900 square mile South Park region. With over 300 days of sunshine each year, low humidity, and less than 20,000 residents spread out across nearly 2,200 square miles (over HALF of which is PUBLIC LAND!), you will have plenty of room to escape and take in the great outdoors!
This area is a fishing paradise (trout, pike, salmon…) with four reservoirs fairly close by (Eleven Mile, Spinney, Antero, & Tarryall) as well as the rivers and streams that connect them, including gold medal trout fishing waters!
If hunting is more your style, this area is still hard to beat. With hundreds of thousands of acres of hunting land available between Pike and San Isabel National Forests and numerous state wildlife areas nearby, you’ll have an opportunity to hunt elk, deer, pronghorn, waterfowl, various small game and even potentially black bear. Colorado Parks and Wildlife (CPW) does a great job of providing information on all of these areas, including detailed online hunting maps.
There are hundreds of trails in the area to take in all of the beautiful scenery. Whether by foot, by bike, or by horse, you’re sure to find plenty of amazing sights. Would you rather have an engine do the work for you? Try the Wheeler Lake trail if you’re up for a challenge (7 miles long) or if you want something a little bit easier, try the Breakneck Pass trail (10 miles long). Not afraid of extreme adventure and getting a little wet? Then head over to the white water capital of Colorado at Buena Vista. If it’s winter, you can’t beat the skiing available nearby in Breckenridge to the north (Breck Ski Resort) or at Monarch Mountain to the west.
Take a trip out and see all this beautiful area has to offer!
For additional questions regarding what is permissible on the property or regarding utilities, please use the contacts below and have the Parcel # and/or address information for the property available. You can find this in the Property Information section above. Please contact the county assessor’s office below if you would like to confirm our ownership of the property.
- County Planning & Zoning: 719-836-4292
- Intermountain Rural Electric Association (IREA): 303-688-3100
- Solar Install Option: South Park Solar & Generator 630-297-1610
- Well Install Option: Black Mountain Pump 719-687-7210
- Septic Option: Advantage Excavating 970-390-0261
- County Assessor: 719-836-4331
Disclaimer: Please do your own due diligence as you should with any land purchase. This land is sold as is and all information provided is reliable but not guaranteed. Customers are responsible for all necessary due diligence pertaining to a purchase. USA Raw Land and its associates will not be held responsible for any action or outcomes by visitors to our property.