Easy FinancingNo Qualification, Low Down
- $1,000 Down
- 72 months
Taxes, HOA & Other Fees Included
About This Property
4.8 Acres with amazing views of the Collegiate, Buffalo, Mosquito, Tenmile and Front Mountain Ranges. You can see from Mt Princeton to Mt Evens. This spectacular property is encompassed within a high plains valley located between many snow capped peaks. Private and quiet. This lot is zoned residential allowing you to build 1 homes, drill 1 wells, and up to 2 outbuildings. It is a level to gently sloped with great access to the street and able to build a walkout basement. Just imagine sitting on your porch looking out at the views? This property is situated where you have easy access to both Pike National Forest to the east and San Isabel National forest to the west.
Yes you can Camp or build your dream mountain home. Park County allows tiny or small homes ( approx 250 sqft ) to be built but they must be affixed to a foundation. They also allow for up to 2 outbuilding to be built after or during the time your primary home is built.
Park County is one of the best places in Colorado to be in the center of it all. It sits in the geographical center of the state and in the heart of the Rockies. It offers a spectacular and spacious view across South Park to the high peaks of the Mosquito and Sawatch ranges. South Park is a 1,000-square-mile inland valley floored with the twisting South Platte River and wide grasslands. The Mosquito Range, topped by Fourteener’s like Lincoln, Bross, Democrat, and Sherman, encloses the western edge of South Park, while the Sawatch Range with the Collegiate Peaks—Harvard, Columbia, Yale, and Princeton—fill the southwestern horizon. Colorado is the home of 58 peaks that reach 14,000 ft and you can see many of them from South Park in Park County. You are just minutes from some of Colorado best ski slopes, hiking, hunting, and fishing. Truly a sportsman’s paradise. Within Park Counties borders are portions of 3 wilderness areas, 2 state parks, 12 state wildlife areas and more territory above 9,000 feet than any other Colorado county. Federal lands comprise 51 percent of Park County’s landmass. State owned lands account for about 8 percent and privately owned land for about 41 percent.
Notable features on federal land include:
- 644,000-acre Pike National Forest
- Lost Creek, Mount Evans, and Buffalo Peaks Wilderness Areas
- Eleven Mile Canyon Recreation Area
- Bristlecone Pine Scenic Area
- Wilkerson Pass Visitor Center
- Colorado Trail
You are 2 hours or less from every major city or towns that host some of the best places to tour. Aspen, Breckenridge, Silverthorne, Buena Vista and Salida. Come join the few who take advantage of such peace and quiet were the stars gaze above you but yet close enough to see the haze of the city lights on the horizon.
Resource Links & Distance Information
- 2.5 hrs to: Denver
- 1.5 Hr hr to: Colorado Springs
- 45 min to: Woodland Park | Hospital | Walmart | Home Depot |
- 55 min to: Cañon City
- 1.5 Hr to: Pueblo
- 35 min to: Fairplay
- 45 min to: Buena Vista
- 1 Hr to: Salida
- 1.5 Hr to: Leadvillee
- 2. hr to: Aspen (Summer Only Via Independence Pass)
- 1:25 Hr to: Breckenridge Ski
- 1:45 hr to: Silverthorn
- 1:45 hr to: Copper Mountain Ski
- 2: hr to: Vail Ski
- 45 min to: Spinney Mountain Reservoir
- 50 min to: Eleven Mile Reservoir
- 40 min to: Antero Reservoir
- 1.20 Hr to: Terryall Reservoir
- 30 min to: South Platte Gold Medal Fishing
- 10 min to: Pike National Forest
- 10 min to: San Isabel National Forest
- 35 min to: Arkansas River Rafting
- Mountain Biking in the area
- Can I live on my property while building?
Thank you for looking at our Colorado owner financed land for sale.
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.