BRING THE HORSES - GORGEOUS ESTABLISHED FARM to build your dream home just 20 minutes from Anderson. Property is Fenced with established hay crop along with mix of hardwoods and strong creek with multiple water features. Deep drilled well & septic tank w/ underground power s...
3900 sq ft Stone house situated above a one acre lake. Of matching materials and craftsmanship is a7,100 sq ft 8 horse stall barn with generous stalls, hot and cold wash racks, saddle room, living quarters/ office space and excellent turnouts. Ideally the bar...
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Magnificent views of Crabapple Valley can be spotted from elevations of 2000-ft on this 131 acre hilltop ranch, located just 10 minutes from Fredericksburg and its renowned restaurants and vineyards. The main residence is a 3500 +/- sq/ft countryside home including an unde...
Weld County is a county in Colorado. It covers 4,022 square miles (2,573,926 acres), which represents less than one percent of the state total. Of Colorado's 64 counties, Weld County ranks ninth in terms of the size of its population (285,174, according to 2015 Census estimates). The county is also considered popular among retirees. Recent data from Lands of America calculates the average value of land for sale in Weld County at $2,771 per acre. The average list price of property and land for sale was $596,205 (the most expensive listing being for $3.5 million) and the median size of land and property for sale in Weld County was 11 acres. Land for sale in Weld County totaled 16,997 acres and $47.1 million in overall land value, with the city of Ault featuring the most land for sale in the county. Farmland was the most common type of land for sale in Weld County.
Land for sale including Riverfront Property in Weld County Colorado
This is a rare front range find! This is a recreational paradise on the I-25 corridor just 30 minutes from Denver and minutes to downtown Longmont. Bordered on two sides by the St. Vrain State Park, it is hard to believe that you are this close to everything yet have your own secluded retreat. Ducks and geese frequent the St. Vrain River on the property. The property habitat features large cotton wood trees that line the river bottom and a thick timber covered area as well as open fields. In addition, there is a 4.5 acre pond on the property that could hold fish as well as be a great set up for waterfowl hunting. The property lies in Game Management Unit 20 which is a draw unit for deer and over the counter for turkey. Contact Robb Nelson.
Mirr Ranch GroupMirr Ranch Group
$495,00062 acres28220 Weld County Rd 53, Kersey, CO80644 - Weld County
The Kersey river bottom is a 62 acre property and is a recreational paradise. Located just a couple miles north of Kersey Colorado, the property offers some of the best hunting, close to town, that you can find. This offering boasts both sides of the South Platte River Bottom, along with 3 duck ponds, and built in blinds. Ground water meanders through the entire property filling the duck ponds year round and creating great habitat for ducks, geese, turkey and deer. The habitat includes both sides of the Platte River Bottom with thick wooded areas intermixed with open grassy areas. The waterfowl hunting is some of the best in Colorado, species including red-heads, pintails, blue/green winged teal, mallards, buffleheads and wood ducks all cal
Zack WieseHayden Outdoors
$3,500,000143 acres12210 County Rd 14.5, Fort Lupton, CO80621 - Weld County
Do not DISTURB owners.
Property is currently zoned dry land agriculture. Best use would possibly be industrial such as Sand & Gravel Operation. The recent survey indicates that the property borders the S Platte River for approximately 1,318 feet.
A recent gravel investigation was performed by J&T Consulting, Inc. and Cesare, Inc. Samplings were extracted by drilling soil borings (from 27' to 47' below the surface), analyzing the materials to determine the gravel and any overburden. The results of the laboratory tests indicate that the majority of the materials could be processed into construction aggregrates.
Any questions about the analysis can be submitted to the agent for further discussion.