Imagine what you could do with 5 acres with beautiful views and convenient access – ATV riding, camping…your private paradise!
This parcel is located in the South Park Ranches, about 1 hour west of Colorado Springs. This is a beautiful area with great mountain views. The closest electricity pole is 1/4 mile north, so you have the option to keep your place off-grid or consider running a line to your property.
Secure this lot with a $799 deposit then $259/month for 74 months.
Property Address: 5434 Routt Rd, Hartsel, CO 80449
Parcel ID: R0027580
Size: 5 acres
Property Images: LINK
Access: Routt Rd
Conveyance: Warranty Deed
Power: Off grid (1/4 mile away)
Water: Well needed
Sewer: Septic needed
Property Taxes: $8 per month
Approximate GPS coordinates:
NW: 39.0564, -105.6708
NE: 39.0564, -105.6696
SW: 39.0546, -105.6708
SE: 39.0546, -105.6696
Ready to claim this amazing property for your own?
Did you know South Park is one of only three state designated Heritage Areas? The area is known for its beautiful flat valley. The area briefly boomed in a gold rush in the mid-19th century. Residents and visitors are now attracted to mineral springs, hunting, fishing, wildflower meadows, and lungs full of fresh mountain air.
Once you’ve had your fill of relaxation, a variety of nearby activities await. Climb some nearby 14ers or hike the Colorado Trail. Take your mountain bike to the Keystone Bike Park, various Park County Bike Trails, or nearby Breckenridge. Go horseback riding with a selection of outfitters. Raft the #1 section of white water in Colorado, Browns Canyon. Also check out the Dillon Ice Castles this winter.
Like to fish? There are several lakes and reservoirs in Park County that offer fishing year-round. Antero Reservoir, Eleven Mile State Park, Spinney Mountain, Jefferson Lake, and Lake George are all popular spots. Oh, and did I mention the legendary Dream Stream? Remember to get your license before you go.
A hunter’s (or wildlife observer’s) paradise. In addition to your own private property, the south park valley has over 3 million acres of national forest and state public lands. Elk, deer, antelope, and bear are all common big game animals in this area. Check out the Colorado Hunting Atlas.
Enjoy a faster adventure? Rent some ATVs and ride them around your new property. Or take your 4×4 off-roading at some of the nearby trails at Wheeler Lake, Georgia Pass, Slaughterhouse Gulch, and Red Cone. In the winter, enjoy a plethora of snowmobile trails.
Last but certainly not least, enjoy some of the world’s best skiing and snowboarding nearby! Breckenridge, Keystone, Copper Mountain, and A Basin await!
If you go to see the property, drive safe and check road conditions before you go. Here’s a map of highway cameras to help you out. Also note that the area where this property is located may not be plowed in the winter, so choose an appropriate vehicle and safety gear for the conditions.