Old Fountain Creek Farm
Location: Pueblo, Colorado
Acreage: 50 Acres
Elevation: 5,050 Ft
Property Description: Scenic farm with direct frontage on Fountain Creek between Colorado Springs and Pueblo. Excellent access and usability. Farmhouse will need work including new septic and roof, but there is much potential here with 50 acres of land, pasture and water resources. Perfect set-up for small ranch operation, horses, and hunting.
Scenic family farm along Fountain Creek in Pueblo County, Colorado. The land has direct frontage along Fountain Creek and is fenced and cross fenced. The land is primarily open pasture with river bottom and cottonwood trees along the creek. A portion of the land is sub-irrigated and offers potential for dry crop farming or grazing for horses or cattle. Owned by the same family for many years this is the first time it has come to market. Nice views are seen to the south of Greenhorn Mountain and to the north of Pikes Peak. Family ranch, retirement, hunting, horse property, and farming would all serve this property well.
The farm has a 960 sq. ft. home consisting of 3 bedrooms and 1 bathroom. The home was built in 1958 and will need interior renovation and updating and also will need a new roof and new septic system. The home is serviced by a water well. Outbuildings include a 30 x 100 workshop and equipment building and several sheds scattered around the property. The improvements are being sold “as is”, where is”.
The property is located between Colorado Springs and Pueblo, Colorado with close access to Interstate 25.
Wildlife and Recreation
The farm is located in Game Management Unit 123 and is accessible during all seasons. Fountain Creek is teeming with wildlife. The creek bottom is ideally suited for trophy whitetail deer, mule deer, and elk. Elk tags are unlimited and are sold over the counter allowing a landowner to shoot multiple bull elk during hunting season. Turkey hunting on the Fountain Creek Ranch is exceptional and these tags are over-the-counter with both spring and fall seasons. Waterfowl along Fountain Creek is also abundant and there are ideal locations to set-up blinds for duck and geese.
The land has direct water frontage along Fountain Creek offering numerous recreational opportunities and excellent hunting. The home is serviced by a domestic well and there are several other stock wells on the property.
Seller will convey any mineral rights owned as part of sale.
Zoning and Taxes
Agricultural Zoning – Taxes – $1,143 based on 2022 Assessments.
- Contact: Jeff Switzer
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