Loved for its hunting, camping, and hiking, this 600-acre property is a must-see for anyone who loves living the idyllic mountain lifestyle. Steeped in history, this iconic property lies along the prehistoric trail Native Americans used to pass along the Front Range from Canada to Mexico. Early settlers were drawn to this area during the early Colorado migration period, and you can now even find artifacts dotted throughout the lands as well as remains of several early homesteads from the 1800s.
As a natural watershed, the property is popular with elk, deer, antelope, turkeys, and bears, while the farming-minded will appreciate that the site is fenced with spring water rights. To the east of this property is a dedicated nature reserve and to the west is a wilderness area that runs to the Wet Mountains and, in all other directions, you will find Colorado ranch families. Several canyons create a spectacular outlook, and there are numerous potential building sites for that ranch home you have always wanted. This sprawling 600-acre property was bought in conjunction with a family ranch and gathering place in near-by Penrose, which is also for sale if you were looking a total package.
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