Location: Wescliffe, Colorado
Acreage: 46 Acres
Elevation: 8,700 Ft
Property Description: Scenic and highly usable mountain property with existing improvements! This includes a metal building, underground power, septic, and a well! The parcel offers meadows and timbered areas and an elevated section of land that has a beautiful rock outcropping. The high-point of the land provides an unparalleled panoramic view of the Sangre de Cristo Mountain range and the small town of Westcliffe in the valley below.
Great Rock offers numerous uses as an outdoor recreational mountain property. This is an estate sale, so the property and building are being sold “as is” “where is”. The building would serve as a great workshop but also has amenities such as power, water, a bathroom, washer/dryer, and a kitchenette with a microwave. There is also a large infrared heating tube providing radiating warmth on cold days. A portion of the building has been framed and drywalled to separate it from the other half. The 46 acres of land has much more usable space to build a dream home with views.
- 40×60 Cleary metal building with 2400 sq. ft
- 3/4 Bathroom
- 3 garage doors (11 ft tall)
- Spray Foam Insulated
- Underground power
- Water well with hydrant – Permit #223808
- Partially finished, insulated and drywalled
- Kitchenette with microwave and cabinet storage
- Heating System (Infrared tube heater) Commercial grade
- Equipment and vehicle storage
- Storage areas, shelving and cabinets throughout building.
The property is located on a County maintained gravel road and only 5 minutes from freshly paved Highway 96. From the property it is 15 minutes into the mountain town of Westcliffe. Easily accessible from the major Colorado cities. The land is fenced on three sides and features a flat gravel driveway that provides year-round access to the building.
Wildlife and Recreation
The property is a recreational base for many activities with over 300+ days of sunshine and fresh mountain air. Enjoy horseback riding, hiking, ATV use, camping, hunting on the property or in the nearby San Isabel National Forest and Sangre De Cristo Wilderness. Day trips may also include a trip to DeWeese Reservoir State Wildlife Area, world class rafting or fly fishing along the Arkansas River or winter skiing at Monarch Mountain.
Zoning and Taxes
Agricultural Zoning – 2022 Taxes – $506
- Contact: Cody Switzer
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- Contact Phone: (719) 900-8012