TBD Q25 Road Cedaredge CO Real Estate

PRICE REDUCTION! Development potential for mountain ranchettesexcellent homesites with well permits, great potential horse property This mountain land for sale has a pleasing variety of terrain, ranging from irrigated hayfields to lightly timbered meadows with excellent bedding habitat for trophy deer and elk. The property has a county road on its western border, dividing it from another 40-acre parcel on the west side of the road. Colorado allows use by right to divide properties into 35-acre parcels, so this property could easily be subdivided into a total of (4) 35-acre parcels. There is a strong-producing well on the property, but the owner has applied for three additional well permits in order to provide a well permit to each parcel, plus there are domestic water lines through the property and a domestic water tap could be provided to each parcel. Power is available as well. The property has outstanding views of the West Elk mountain range, the Black Canyon of the Gunnison, and the Grand Mesa to the west and north. Irrigation is provided by a variety of water rights, including early runoff water and late-season reservoir water. There is a pond for stock watering on the southeast corner of the property. Colorado GMU 52 hunting property produces trophy-class mule deer with landowner tags Some of the biggest mule deer bucks in Colorado are taken from GMU 52, on the south side of the Grand Mesa. This property has excellent cover, feed, water, and bedding habitat for mule deer. The landowner typically gets one tag a year to sell or use himself, and it has been the focus of an outdoor hunting show that shows a TV host taking a 200-class buck on an archery hunt on the property. Easy year-round access to grazing, hunting, and hay production ranch--peaceful, quiet location with minimal traffic This property is located only four miles from the town of Cedaredge, on the south slopes of the Grand Mesa. Access is very good year-round by paved and gravel county roads. Typical snow accumulation over the winter is not more than 8 or 10 inches of snow, and the roads are plowed by the county.