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{#127} | .59 Acre | Indoor Pool Available | 530 Derby Dr, Cripple Creek, CO 80813 | Teller County

{#127} | $10,900 | 0.59 Acres | Cripple Creek Colorado Owner Finance Land

About This Property

6 Miles From Cripple Creek and 60 Minutes away from Colorado Springs with Trees, Electricity indoor pool, exercise room and a fishing pond!

This is a gorgeous .59 acre site that is located near Teller County Road 1 just 15 miles south of HWY 24 at Florissant,CO. It is filled with abundant amount of trees and blessed with breathtaking views. Easy access and only a few minutes from Colorado Springs. This is a sloped build-able lot with a driveway installed. Build a cabin/home for that perfect getaway. There is Electricity at the road.

This property is located within Cripple Creek Mountain Estates

Cripple Creek Mountain Estate is located just north of Cripple Creek on County Road 1 towards Florrisant, CO. This community is unique as it offers a heated indoor pool, fitness Center, fenced playground and a library. the water system is provided at the road and sewer is by septic. The community is a made-up of year round residents and vacationers/vacation homes. Most of the homes are tucked here and there up and down the winding roads. 2 horses allowed. The commute to the Springs would be approximately 60 minutes.

GOLD MEDAL FISHING, BOATING: Teller County is your gateway to gold medal trout fishing in Colorado’s Pikes Peak area. Reservoirs, lakes, and countless miles of gold medal trout streams encourage novice and experts alike to test their luck & skill fishing our clear Colorado waterways.

HUNTING: Hunting in Teller County offers many possibilities. You’ll find elk, mule deer, black bear, Rocky Mountain Bighorn Sheep, mountain lion, merriam’s turkey, predators like coyotes & fox, and small game such as prairie dogs, pine squirrels,and rabbits. Teller County includes three Colorado hunting units. Units #59, #511, and #581.

Hiking, Biking and Walking: Teller County offers you thousands of Colorado’s best hiking trails. Take the family for a pleasant day hike. More adventurous explorers can find hiking trails above tree line or pack a lunch and explore one of the hiking trails found in Pike National Forest or Mueller State Park. Teller County is blessed with over twenty of the most popular hiking trails in Colorado, visitors enjoy gorgeous sunrises, beautiful sunsets, and an abundance of wildlife.

Property Features

Price $10,900
Property Zoned Residential
Size 0.59 acres
Community Cripple Creek Mountain Estates
Recreation Indoor pool, exercise room, tennis courts
Water Water in street
Sewer Septic
Utilities At road
Live Water None

DISCLAIMER: All information provided may or may not be up to date or accurate. It is the sole responsibility of the buyer to do their own due diligence and verify with the county and HOA’s the rules and regulations.

Owner Financing

Finance Price $11,900
Down Payment $1,000
Term 7 Years
HOA/water $42.50
Taxes per month $5.56
Total Monthly Payment $240.47

*No Pre Payment Penalties
*No Doc Fees

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IMPORTANT NOTE! If you are utilizing our Owner Financing, We do allow building as long as you meet our requirements and are willing to maintain compliance with all Governing bodies to include City, County, State, HOA rules and regulations. You are required to draw all permits. We don’t allow living on the land without a County approved structure, or storing of equipment, supplies, or vehicles. All State, County or City rules and regulations must be followed to include land use regulations and County Codes or HOA requirements. If you get our permission, you can put in a driveway with a permit from the county.

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DISCLAIMER: All information is deemed reliable but is not guaranteed. Do your own due diligence prior to making a commitment to purchase. If you are utilizing our Owner Financing, We do allow short-term camping and building as long as it meets the requirements of the county and you draw permits to do so, we don’t allow living on the land without a County approved structure, or storing of equipment, supplies, or vehicles. All county Rules and Regulations must be followed regarding camping, permitting, land use regulations and County Codes or HOA requirements. If you get our permission, you can put in a driveway and/or camping pad, with a permit from the county.

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