COLORADO - Teller County - Rainbow Valley - 1621 Pikes Peak Dr. (0.9-acres)

COLORADO - Teller County - Rainbow Valley - 1621 Pikes Peak Dr. (0.9-acres)

SKU: 1621 Pikes Peak Dr.

- COUNTY: Teller County, Colorado

 

- SUBDIVISION: Rainbow Valley

 

- ADDRESS: 1621 Pikes Peak Dr. Divide, CO 80816

                

Google Maps link to the property:

https://goo.gl/maps/z5SKRg7jAUUC8Tcb7

 

- FOUR CORNERS COORDINATES:

NW: 38.843728, -105.162062

NE: 38.843586, -105.161912

SE: 38.842822, -105.161917

SW: 38.842667, -105.162529

 

- LEGAL DESCRIPTION: L23 RAINBOW VALLEY 4

 

- TRS: Township: 14 - Range: 69 - Section: 7

 

- ELEVATION: Approx 8,500 ft

 

- ROAD ACCESS:  Each property within the subdivision has frontage to county-maintained roads

 

- LOT SIZE: .9-acres

 

- ANNUAL TAXES: $179.84

 

- HOA:  Annual dues $30 

Rainbow Valley Property Owners Association (RVPOA)

Website: https://rvpoa.com/

Phone: 928-821-1038

Links to RVPOA Policies:

Covenants 

Land Use & Architechtural Requirements 

Policies Rules & Regulations

 

- UTILITIES: (None Connected)

Power: Neighboring homes have electric hooked up.  Distance to power source will need to be determined with IREA based on homes desired location.  

IREA - 800-332-9540

 

Water: RVPOA supplies community water with possibilty of a well or cistern permitted through the Teller County Building Dept.

Contact Rainbow Valley POA for addtional details 928-821-1038

Teller County Building Dept. (719) 276-7460

 

Sewer: Septic

To obtain a permit to install septic call the County Building Dept. (719) 276-7460

 

Phone: Mobile or Satellite or Alternative 

 

- ZONING: R-1 (Residential) Zone District

 

- BUILDING ALLOWED:  Must meet County and RVPOA requirements. 

Links:   

RVPOA Land Use & Architectural Requirements

Teller County R-1 Zoning Info

 

- CAMPING : No Camping permitted.  RV's can be stored after building.  

 

- NEARBY TOWNS/CITIES DISTANCE INFORMATION:

Divide - 7.9 miles

Cripple Creek - 12 miles

Florissant - 16 miles

Lake George - 20 miles

Colorado Springs - 33 miles

Canon City - 38 miles

Hartsel - 46 miles

Denver - 2 hours

Breckenridge - 1hr 45min

Boulder - 2.5 hours

Aspen - 3 hours

 

- NEARBY ATTRACTIONS DISTANCE INFORMATION:

Ute Lake - 13 miles

Pikes Peak - 42 miles

Crags Trail Head - 6.5 miles

Eleven Mile State Park - 36 miles

South Platte Fly Shop - 15 miles

Lake George - 20 miles

 

- NEARBY HIGHWAYS DISTANCE INFORMATION:

Hwy 67 - .7 miles

Hwy 61 - 2.5 miles

Hwy 62 - 3 miles

Hwy 81 - 7 miles

Hwy 24 - 8 miles

Teller County Rd 1 - 13 miles

Pikes Peak Hwy - 24 miles

 

***PLEASE NOTE***

The 4 CORNERS of this property have been marked ORANGE.  Please use these corner markers to know approximate property boundaries. 

Pictures of the corner markers are included in photos above.

  • ABOUT THE PROPERTY

    .9-acres in gorgeous Teller County! 12 miles to Cripple Creek!

     

    1621 Pikes Peak Drive is a .9-acre property located in the sought-after Rainbow Valley subdivision in Teller County Colorado.  This property is beautiful, covered with mature aspen and pine trees that fill the diverse mountain area.  Best access to the property is from the south and the southeastern portion of the property has areas ideal for building.  The Rainbow Valley neighborhood is well-established with charming and rustic mountain homes nestled into the forested community.  The roads throughout the neighborhood are well maintained year-round to allow access for full time residents.  The property is part of the Rainbow Valley Property Owners Association who make sure the neighborhood is properly maintained and residents keep their properties clean and safe from potential hazards.  1621 Pikes Peak Drive is a property meant for building a permanent residence or vacation get-a-way in the woods where you can enjoy the many adventures this area has to offer.

     

    The property is in an area that is nothing short of incredible.  Not only is the property on Pikes Peak Drive it is just 30 miles from the 1,000,000+ acres that make up Pike National Forest, home to Pikes Peak also known as “America’s Mountain.”  The ultra-prominent peak is 14,115ft in elevation which is the highest summit of the southern Front Range of the Rocky Mountains.  Take a scenic journey to the peak via Pikes Peak Highway which starts just 24 miles from the property.  The journey to the summit provides three lakes for fishing, picnic areas, hiking trails, and of course breathtaking views.  Outdoor activities are endless and practically in your backyard.  Head 6 miles north and Hike “The Crags.”  This moderate trail winds through a group of rock pinnacle formations and is great for family hikes and dog friendly, it is also a good cross-country ski trail in winter months.  If fishing is your passion then you are in the right place surrounded by lakes, reservoirs and over 200 rivers, creeks and streams. 

     

    Nestled in the surrounding mountain range are a plethora of quaint towns all accessible with quick access to highway 67 only .7 miles from the property.  Cripple Creek is a very popular destination located 12 miles to the south using highway 67.  This unique community not only offers needed amenities such as gas stations, grocery stores, banks, auto repair shops and local eateries, it is home to numerous eccentric and historical ventures.  East Bennet Avenue is an extremely entertaining strip hosting 12 casinos, multiple performing arts theaters, museums and boutiques.   

    8 miles north highway 67 meets highway 24 in Divide.  Head west on highway 24 and you will arrive in Florissant.  This small mountain community has a post office, gas station, hardware store, Uhaul rental, auto repair and local restaurant and brewery.  Continue past Florissant and the next stop is Lake George offering a general store, secluded mountain style lodging and home to the actual lake, Lake George which is known for its world-class trout fishing.  While fishing is the main attraction in the lake, adventures also include viewing fossils and petrified redwoods at nearby Florissant Fossil Beds National Monument, as well as scenic and historic auto tours of Elevenmile Canyon and the Tarryall Valley.    

    Head east on highway 24 to reach Woodland Park and beyond is Colorado Springs which is a large city high in the Rocky’s.  Colorado Springs will obviously have city like amenities such as malls, shopping centers, hotels and a large airport but also has many activities unique to its history. 

     

    1621 Pikes Peak Drive is an extraordinary opportunity to buy affordable buildable land in an area people dream to vacation to.   

  • 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 $12,500

     

    Short Term Financing: $12,500
    - If paid off within 6 months you get FREE financing (same as cash discount price)
    - Down Payment: $3,500
    - Monthly Payment: $1,500 for 6 months

    24 Month Term: $14,375
    - Down Payment: $2,000
    - Monthly Payment: $515.63

    36 Month Term: $16,250
    - Down Payment: $1,000
    - Monthly Payment: $423.61

  • 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 property.

$12,500.00Price