Proud to offer this unique ranch to include 1,056 acre/ft. of Ground Water Rights. Extremely accessible to Colorado Springs and Denver, 'minutes away but worlds apart'. Fenced and cross fenced for efficient livestock grazing. Nine ponds are situated across the property for livestock watering and erosion control. Historically this ranch averages 12 acres to the cow/calf unit and 8 acres per yearling. There are convenient working corrals with a working windmill. Forty acres are planted to grass/alfalfa. On an average year the hay ground produces 1 ton per acre. This ranch allows you to be a part of something much bigger than yourself, to become a "Keeper of the West" so to speak. Countless resources, time and energy have been applied to a conservation easement, preventing all but 73.5 acres from being cut up and sub-divided and to preserve historical agricultural uses. There are many gorgeous building sites with easy access, mature pine trees, rim rock overlooks, views of the mountains and pond settings. Bordering 60 acres, adjacent to Jones Rd is available. An opportunity of this scope located in the gorgeous East Cherry Creek corridor only comes along once in a great while!
Spectacular blend of rimrock overlooks and open view corridors, tall mature Ponderosa pines and Gamble oak, rolling meadows, rock formations, live water pond..complete with the majestic Pikes Peak in the back ground and East Cherry Creek Valley in the foreground. All ground water rights have been adjudicated under Court Decree 12CW104 and will transfer. Conveniently located minutes east of Highway 83, 25 minutes to Colorado Springs and 40 minutes to Denver. THE ADDITIONAL SCHEDULE # IS 277520000008.
This parcel offers everything: large meadow on the road level, then a plateau on top of a hill with panoramic views to the north, east, and Plum Creek Valley, another meadow area, and in the back about 5 acres heavily treed. There are definitely many different building sites, but this parcel would also be perfect for a berm-house. The access is fantastic, close to Larkspur, Palmer Lake and I-25. The fence at the beginning of the treed area is not a boundary line, it is just to keep the cattle out of the wooded area.
Hillside,Level,Meadow,Mountain View,Rural,Sloping,Trees/Woods,View of Rock Formations,See Prop Desc Remarks