COLORADO - Park County - Estates Of CO. - 97 Black Beaver Trl. (5.2-acres)

COLORADO - Park County - Estates Of CO. - 97 Black Beaver Trl. (5.2-acres)

SKU: 97 Black Beaver Trl.

- COUNTY: Park County, Colorado

- SUBDIVISION: Estates of Colorado

- ADDRESS: 97 Black Beaver Trail Hartsel, CO 80449

 

- Google Maps Link to the property:

https://goo.gl/maps/AyyR96qY21tvvXCv5

 

- FOUR CORNERS COORDINATES:

NW: 38.8059363, -105.7359017

SW: 38.8046728, -105.735885

SE: 38.8049071, -105.7333795

NE: 38.8053505, -105.7333741


- LEGAL DESCRIPTION: T14 R75 S25 NE4 ESTATES OF COLORADO UNIT 91 LOT 4612

- ROAD ACCESS: Dirt Road Access

- LOT SIZE: 5.2 acres

 

- ELEVATION: Approx 9,000 ft

- ANNUAL TAXES: $96.86

- HOA: Not in an HOA

- UTILITIES: (None Connected)

Power: Solar recommended

Water: Well or Alternative system

Sewer: Septic

Phone: Mobile or Satellite or Alternative

- ZONING: Vacant/Residential

Click Below for Park Couty Land Use Regulations (see page 18)

PARK COUNTY LAND USE REGULATIONS

- BUILDING ALLOWED: Once a building permit is acquired the permit is good for one year. Structures must meet the 2012 editions of the International Building Code.

Call Park County Planning and Zoning for more information (719) 836-4292.

 

Click Below for Park County Building Ordinance Doc:

PARK COUNTY ORDINANCES

 

Click Below for the Park County Development Guide 

PARK COUNTY DEVELOPMENT GUIDE 

- RECREATIONAL USE ALLOWED: 

A camping permit is not required for camping on vacant property for up to fourteen {14) cumulative days in a calendar year. Storage of camping units on vacant property is considered camping, and is included in the 14-daylimit.

 

Property owners may be granted a permit to camp from May 1 - October 31 with an additional 14 days for winter activity. The camper need not be removed during the permitted time frame. At the expiration of the permit the camper unit must be removed from the property.

 

Click Below for more info from Park County regarding extended camping relulations:

Park-County-Camping-Regulations (parkco.us)

 

- NEARBY TOWNS/CITIES DISTANCE INFORMATION:

Hartsel - 23 miles

Guffey - 20 miles

Buena Vista - 51 miles

Cripple Creek- 48 miles

Canon City - 50 miles

Colorado Springs - 2hrs

Denver - 2hr 30min

Pueblo - 2hrs

 

- NEARBY ATTRACTIONS DISTANCE INFORMATION:

Spinney Mountain & Spinney Mountain Reservoir - 21 miles

Antero Reservoir - 30 miles

Eleven Mile Reservoir & State Park - 40 miles

Great Sand Dunes National Park -  3hrs

AVA Rafting and Zipline - 65 miles

Mount Princeton Hot Springs Resort - 59 miles

Colorado Balloon Rides - 30 miles

 

 

- NEARBY HIGHWAYS DISTANCE INFORMATION:

County Rd 108 - 0.1 miles

County Rd 53 - 2.8 miles

CO-9 - 7.7 miles

Interstate 24 - 23 miles

Interstate 285 - 31 miles

 

 - ABOUT THE PROPERTY: 

 

Another Hartsel Property with Fantastic VIEWS! 

 

97 Black Beaver Trail is a beautiful 5.2-acre lot in Hartsel, Park County, Colorado.  From the northern side of the property there are amazing views of the mountains to the west and northwest.  The property is easily accessible from Black Beaver Trail and would be ideal to build on and/or use with an RV recreationally. The nearest neighbor is on the corner of Black Beaver Trail and Santee Trail (CR-108) which is a very well-maintained tiny home, other surrounding lots are vacant and clean.  Agate Creek runs along Santee Trail thus the water table for a well is likely not too deep. 

 

There is no shortage of things to do in this area of Park County. The South Platte River flows through the small town of Hartsel, just 23 miles away, offering great trout fishing year-round. Spinney Mountain is just 21 miles from the property and is an isolated retreat that is ideal for visitors seeking beautiful views of the Collegiate Mountain Range. Spinney Mountain reservoir also offers gold medal fishing where anglers can find shoreline or fly fishing, belly boating or trolling opportunities. Eleven Mile State Park is another fantastic getaway just 40 miles down the road. The 7,662-acre park surrounds the 5.5-mile-long Eleven Mile Reservoir. Facilities include a marina, a visitors’ center and over 300 campsites as well. The Colorado Hunting Ranch is located in Park County, which is a coveted hunting area due its location within the seasonal elk migration pathway. Areas are easily accessed by 4×4, foot or horse and are adjacent to BLM and State lands. The vast acreage of the Ranch allows hunters to move with the game, access low pressure areas and give areas rest to keep the game on the property. There are hundreds of miles of mountain biking trails and hiking trails in the area as well.

 

We encourage site visits to be sure this property is the right fit for you and your family.  Feel free to head out anytime.  Use the Google Maps link along with map images above to help navigate your way to the property.

 

Feel free to reach out anytime with questions or more needed information.  We are happy to help!

 

Make your dream of owning land a reality today!   

  • PAYMENT OPTIONS:

    Life Long Land accepts payment via wire, check or debit/credit cards (3% processing fee is added to all card payments).

  • DOC & CLOSING FEES:

    $245 due on day of closing

  • FINANCING OPTIONS:

    CASH DISCOUNT PRICE $14,500

     

    Short Term Financing: $14,500
    - If paid off within 6 months you get free financing ( same as cash discount price)
    - Downpayment: $5,000
    - Monthly Payment: $1,583.33 for 6 months

    24 Month Term: $16,675
    - Downpayment: $2,000
    - Monthly Payment: $611.46

    36 Month Term: $18,850
    - Downpayment: $1,000
    - Monthly Payment: $495.83

  • DISCLAIMER:

    All property information listed is deemed to be reliable to the best of the seller's knowledge but is not guaranteed. Prospective buyers should independently research property & county information as well as perform their own due diligence prior to purchasing any propert

$14,500.00Price