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Offered for sale is 1,040 Acres of vacant Elbert County secluded pasture, about half treed and an older abandoned improvement location.
Property is located on north side of Chaparral Subdivision, 12 miles east and 8 north of Kiowa; or 18 miles west of Agate. Elbert County Rd 166 terminates at the building site.
Total land (per Elbert County Assessor) is 1,040 Acres, located in the East Gulch of Bijou Creek valley and joins the Chaparral Development on the south. East side has varied stands of Ponderosa Pine Timber, has considerable roll and slope (from 4 to 20%). West valley side is open pasture, mostly gentle slope along the gulch. Presently utilized as summer pasture with some recreation (hunting) potential.
Has much the same soils as the neighboring sub-division. There are a number of potential secluded and open 永续合约|合约交易所_永续合约home sites. Present access may be restricted or limited, but several of the Chaparral Roads end at the fence line.
Presently there are two windmills used for stock water. There also is an old windmill at the building location that may still be viable. State Engineer records show the two permitted wells as:
Presently is a year to year pasture lease that could be terminated the end of the grazing season.
Existing improvements at the building site have been abandoned for a number of years. They consist of a block constructed house, block constructed barn and several outbuildings and shelter sheds, none in usable condition. There also is a newer set of working corrals located in Section 8 that are usable.
Real Property Taxes for 2015 at $865.52
Is an unusual property for current Elbert County, as it is reasonable size of over 1,000 acres of which nearly half is "in the trees". It is secluded by location, and yet borders an active subdivision. Present access could be restricted to the owner and agricultural (grazing) use. The other option is several of the development roads end at the fence line, and could provide access for other uses.
Township 7 South, Range 61 West of the Sixth PM
Section 4: West 1/2 of Southwest 1/4
Section 5: ALL
Section 8: Northeast 1/4 , North 1/2 of Northwest 1/4, Southeast 1/4 of Northwest 1/4, Northwest 1/4 of Southeast 1/4
Elbert County, Colorado