Street address: Lot 12, Cedarwood Station
City: Colorado City County: Pueblo State: CO ZIP 81004
Legal Description: Lot 12 of Cedarwood Station Filing No. 1, filed for record February 27, 2006 at reception no. 1663573; being a portion of the SE/4 of section 31, township 23 south, range 64 west of the 6th P.M., County of Pueblo, State of Colorado.
Current year taxes: 2017: $13.05 Previous year taxes: 2016: $12.00
Lot dimensions*: 1350 x 1120
Land total: approx. 1,526,342 square feet 35.04 +/- acres
Paved area*: N/A
Unpaved area*: N/A
Fenced area*: N/A
*All measurements are approximate. Bidders should rely upon their own investigation for accurate data.
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Enjoy over 35 acres of prime Colorado Rocky Mountain real estate. Wooded mountainside, located in Fremont County along Highway 9, with easy access to Breckenridge, Cripple Creek, and Cañon City, this could be your own personal escape to the mountains. Great for a weekend escape from the bustle of Denver or Colorado Springs, or build your mountain dream home here.
This parcel backs to Bureau of Land Management (BLM) property, and behind that, State of Colorado land. Mountain views, seclusion, wildlife, all in your own yard. This property has over 730' of highway frontage.
Contact Rich Schur, Broker / Master Auctioneer, at (719) 667-1000 for more information.
This beautiful, sustainable lot in the Red Creek Ranch development (also known as Cedarwood Station) includes a scenic ridge with mature pinions. 35+ acres, ideal for a small ranch or retreat home. Annual taxes only $8.93. That's not a misprint - less than nine dollars a year!
Electric and fiber optic are within 400' of the property and are ready to be extended. Local wells hit water near 500'. The local roads are maintained throughout the year allowing you easy access to your land.
If you want to live off the grid, this could be your property. Plenty of sun for solar, limited access and off the beaten path, you could retire here in solitude.
Pueblo County is friendly towards cannabis production. Check with county zoning to see if they would permit a grow operation on this property.