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Incredible opportunity to own 281 +/- acres in the heart of elk country, half way between Lake City and Creede, Colorado. The property includes a beautiful three story building currently used as an art studio but historically used as a five star restaurant and could be converted to a beautiful mountain chateau home. There is also an extraordinary 18,000 +/- square foot metal barn complete with 12 10x10 stalls, tack room, and a 60x200 indoor riding arena, wash room, and kitchen/office. A 3,876 Main Home with 4 bedrooms, 3 baths, as well as a manufactured home with 3 bedrooms, and 2 bathrooms, used as a managers quarters completes the improvements of the property. Five of the acres borders the highway are currently zoned commercial. One of the best features of the property (besides the breathtaking views of Bristol Head Mountain which frames the property to the north) is the fact that there is over 4,577+/- feet of private fishing in Clear Creek which is a very impressive trout stream. The property borders the U.S. Forest Service where Clear Creek travels for access to miles of great fly fishing! In addition there is a resident herd of elk that call this property home for most of the year. This property currently qualifies for landowner hunting tag application in coveted Unit 76. There are also bighorn sheep, black bears, and mountain lions with an occasional Shiras Moose moving through the creek bottom. Trees, pasture, views, and more. Close to heaven!
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