Dog Chief Trail, Hartsel, CO


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About Dog Chief Trail

The South Park 160 is an ideally sized ranch in a very convenient location. It's adjacent to both Colorado State and BLM public lands. It is also proximate to over 1,000,000 acres of Pike National Forest. The ranch is nestled in a private valley and features views of sloped hillsides covered in Ponderosa Pine, granite rock outcroppings and gentle sloping native grass pastures. This ranch lends itself perfectly to your off grid living. Buffalo Creek runs through the middle of the ranch and there is a water spring next to the metal Morton building with three bay doors. The road to the building has recently been graded and a new culvert installed to cross Buffalo Creek. The current owner has completed a boundary survey. At 160 acres of agriculturally zoned land, the ranch is eligible for Colorado's Landowner Preference Program ("LLP") where big game applications for Elk, Mule Deer and Pronghorn Antelope are exclusively issued to landowners. Town of Hartsel, Park County, Colorado 160+/- deeded acres Recent survey with markers in place About 2 hours to Denver 1 hour to Breckenridge Ski Resort 1 hour to Colorado Springs Adjacent to public lands Taxed as agricultural grazing land 3,250 SF +/- Morton metal building Eligible for LPP hunting tag program Nestled in a private and protected valley 1,500 feet of Buffalo Creek Natural water spring

Features of Dog Chief Trail

MLS® # 7751074
Price $305,000
Acres 160.00
Type Land
Status Active

Community Information

Address Dog Chief Trail
Subdivision UnKnown
City Hartsel
County Park
State CO
Zip Code 80449


Lot Description 360-degree View, Meadow, Mountain View, Rural, Sloping, Backs to City/Cnty/State/Natl OS, Borders BLM, Stream/Creek

School Information

District Re-2-Park

Additional Information

Foreclosure No
Short Sale No
RE / Bank Owned No

Listing Details

Office00000729-Confluence Land Company

Listing Map

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