35 treed acres in Ski Country! Thousands of acres of BLM and National Forest land is directly adjacent to the South. Fantastic combination of location, easy access, privacy and price! As close to Summit County/ Silverthorne as you will find 35 acres with trees for the price! A quick 30 minute drive on well maintained roads to I-70. Keystone is 40 minutes away, Breckenridge, Arapaho Basin and Copper Mtn are all under 1 hour away. Land is zoned and has well permit that allows for a Main Home, Guest Home and even a Caretaker Home, as well as barns, livestock and 1 acre of irrigated pasture. Electric power is at the road. No covenants, no HOA, no dues. Additional skiing is under an hour away at Winter Park, just over an hour to Steamboat. 90 minutes to Denver....wow!
Fly fishing on the Williams Fork River is a few minutes away, as is the Williams Fork Reservoir. Deer and Elk hunting are all around, this property is located in GMU 28, an over the counter area. At 8500 feet above sea level, this is classic high alpine weather. Abundant sunshine, low humidity and clean mountain air. Never too hot, never too cold, light powder snow in Winter makes for easy snow removal.
2016 taxes are $26.04 for the year. Zoned Forest and Open.
35 acres is nearly perfect, priced at $249,999!
West out of Denver on I-70 for 60 miles to Silverthorne, Exit #205. NW out of Silverthorne on CO Hwy 9 for 12 miles to Ute Pass Rd. NE on Ute Pass Rd for 15 miles, property is on the right side, just past Aspen Canyon.
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