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79.25 Acres Grass
4675 S. County Rd. 217
Deer Trail, Colorado 80105
(Future Building Site)
Generally being the S1/2, NE1/4, Section 12, T5S, R60W
Description: The property is great location for your new future home and operation of a small livestock operation. This property is only 1 mile north of the small town of Deer Trail, Colorado. The 79 acres is rectangular in shape and has nice mountain views. It is fully fenced with 5 and 6 strand barbed wire in good condition and includes some hay production (depending on normal moisture). Condition of grass is very good. The property is located along a paved road, county maintained, and a natural gas tap could also available. Shed on the property is not included with the property and will be removed by seller. The property could also be divided into 2- 35+ acre properties.
Water: There is a good domestic well on the property completely operational with expansion tank, vault, power and power transformer. There is also a tire water tank with concrete apron. Depth of the well is 381 feet in the Laramie Fox Hills aquifer.
Minerals: Presently, no mineral rights would be conveyed with the property.
Taxes: $50 annually
List Price: $182,500
*Bulls are presently located on pasture, please contact broker prior to showing.
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From I-70 at Deer Trail, exit and and go under the interstate for approximately 1 mile north and property is located on the west side of the road.
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