Location: Guffey, Colorado
Acreage: 115.28 +/- Acres
Elevation: 8,200 to 8,368 Ft
Property Description: Scenic and highly useable mountain parcel with existing water well. Huge meadows surrounded by timbered hillsides. Privacy and seclusion with many building site options. Family legacy property, horse property, log cabin, hiking, camping and hunting would all work well on this expansive property.
Big Meadows offers everything you dream about in Colorado mountain land. Stake your claim to this land and create your own mountain hideaway. Large and lush mountain meadows, easy access and useability, tall timber, views, abundant game and much more. The meadow areas could serve as a place to build a home, horse barn and other outbuldings and offers some protection from the wind and elements. A water well has been drilled and is ready to put into use. The land has easy and level access from the roadway. Portions of the property are thickly wooded with ponderosa pines and create a haven for small and large game. Deer and elk are likely to be spotted grazing in the meadows in early morning or early evening hours. Family property, camping, ATV use, hiking, cabin or mountain home are all opportunities on this property.
This scenic mountain land is only 2.5 miles to paved State Hwy 9 and 15 minutes to the old mining town of Guffey, Colorado. It is very accessible from year-round and well built gravel roads and has a gated private entry. The land is easily accessible from the major Colorado cities without crossing mountain passes. Denver is 3 hrs. – Colorado Springs and Pueblo are 90 minutes and Canon City is 40 minutes from the land.
Wildlife and Recreation
The land is located in Game Management Unit 58 and is accessible during all seasons. With the use of 1,000’s of acres of nearby BLM, this property offers diverse hunting and recreational opportunities. This area of Colorado is known for producing trophy elk and mule deer. The property would be an ideal base camp for exploring hunting, hiking and other recreational opportunities. Head north 30 minutes towards Park County & Teller Counties and enjoy gold medal waters for fishing on the South Platte River. Head 30 minutes south and enjoy world class fly fishing and white water rafting or a visit to the famous Royal Gorge. Skiing at either Breckenridge or Monarch Mountain is an easy 90 minute drive from this land.
The land does have recently drilled well. Colorado State Well Permit #318210 . A domestic well would allow for in-house use, watering livestock and irrigation of up to 1 acre of land.
Zoning and Taxes
Agricultural Zoning – Annual Taxes – $64 based on 2021 Assessments.
- Contact: Jeff Switzer
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