Fremont County, CO - Flor-Colo Acres - Cotopaxi - TR-26 & TR-27 (4.68 acres)

Fremont County, CO - Flor-Colo Acres - Cotopaxi - TR-26 & TR-27 (4.68 acres)

SKU: TR-26 & TR-27

- Address: TR-26 - Cotopaxi, Colorado 81223

- Legal Description: NW4SW4NE4SE4 SEC 15-20-73 FLA-COLO ACRES TR-26

- Annual Taxes: $57.00

 

***SEE BELOW FOR SITE VISIT ACCESS INFORMATION***

***PLEASE USE THIS LINK TO FIND THE PROPERTY:

https://goo.gl/maps/hvgAgHfoANuVW91h6

TYPING THE ADDRESS INTO GOOGLE MAPS WILL BRING YOU TO THE WRONG LOCATION 

 

TR-26 - 4 Corners Coordinates:

Back Right Corner: 38.311986, -105.521237

Back Left Corner: 38.312012, -105.523430

Front Right Corner: 38.311107, -105.521232

Front Left Corner: 38.311144, -105.523463

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Address: TR-27 - Cotopaxi, Colorado 81223

Legal Description: NE4SW4NE4SE4 SEC 15-20-73 FLA-COLO ACRES TR-27

- Annual Taxes: $58.00

 

***SEE BELOW FOR SITE VISIT ACCESS INFORMATION***

***PLEASE USE THIS LINK TO FIND THE PROPERTY:

https://goo.gl/maps/EiFQ4NaB1RbcDE369

TYPING THE ADDRESS INTO GOOGLE MAPS WILL BRING YOU TO THE WRONG LOCATION

 

TR-27 - 4 Corners Coordinates:

Back Right Corner: 38.311986, -105.521237
Back Left Corner: 38.311990, -105.522337
Front Right Corner: 38.311107, -105.521232
Front Left Corner: 38.311128, -105.522342

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ROAD ACCESS EXCAVATION INFORMATION:

Currently there is no road access to TR-26 & TR-27.  

***Please see the Parcel Map in the photos above for detailed road access information***

Extending 11th Trail North along the BLM fence is the best road excavation option.  Green borders on the map are legal right-of-way easements.  

One can also extend L-Path West where it meets 13th Trail and then up TR-20.   

 

SITE VISIT ACCESS INFORMATION: 

**SEE THE DETAILED MAP IN THE PHOTOS ABOVE FOR RIGHT OF WAY EASEMENTS  & ACCESS PATHS**

The best way to access the properties is to extend 11th Trail North.  There is a gate located where M-Path meets 11th Trail (noted on GIS map) but you are legally able to access the properties along this border and the owner of the gate is aware of this. 

Site Visit Instructions from 11th Trail: 

Park at the end of M-Path where it intersects with 11th Trail.  From there you can simply walk around the gate on the left side, continue North along the fence until the fence ends. Where the fence ends is the beginning of the BLM land which is the Southwest corner of TR-26.  

**We suggest taking a copy of  the GIS map in the pictures above for location reference and proof of legal easements**

Upon request we also have an official County Plat map of the Section, Township and Range within the subdivision. The Plat map includes the subdivisions official Dedication which states easement rights. 

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- County: Fremont County, Colorado

- Subdivision: Florida Colorado Acres

 

- Road Access:  Does not have current road access *see above for information

- Lot Size: 4.68 acres total for both properties

 

- Elevation : Approx 7,700 ft

- HOA: No HOA

- Utilities: (None Connected)

Power: Within 1/2 mile

Water: Well or cistern

Sewer: Septic

Phone: Mobile or Satellite or Alternative 


- Zoning: Agricultural Estates

- Building Allowed: Minimum of 400 square feet, please call the Planning and Zoning Department for more details on permitting and regulations (719) 276-7360

- Camping Allowed: 14 Days in a calendar year. An extended permit can be issued if actively building.

 

Nearby Towns/Cities & Attractions Distance Information:

14 Miles to Westcliffe
19 Miles to Cotopaxi
30 Miles to Canon City
16 Miles to Deweese Reservoir
14 Miles to Balman Reservoir
56 Miles to O'Haver Lake
3 Miles to Deer Mountain
31 Miles to Curley Peak
2.5 Hours to Great Sand Dunes National Park
59 Miles to Lake Pueblo State Park
75 Miles to Colorado Springs
2 Hours 45 Minutes to Denver
1 Hour 30 Minutes to Pueblo

 

About the property: 

TR-26 and TR-27 are adjacent properties totaling 4.68 acres sitting at an approximate elevation of 7,700 feet just outside of Cotopaxi in Fremont County, Colorado. TR-26 directly backs up to hundreds of acres of Bureau of Land Management (BLM) land to the west. TR-27 is the adjacent lot to the east of TR-26. Within the phots above you will see screen shots of both Google Maps and the parcel map labeled in order to view the layout of the lots. Both properties are wooded with a variation of small and large Pinyon, Juniper, Ponderosa and Scrub Oak trees. Due to their woodsy terrain, there is not a neighbor insight and there will never be a neighbor to the west due to BLM land.

 

As you can see in the photos above there is a fence that marks where the property ends and the BLM land begins. Unlike many other recreation destinations, the BLM's public lands are still quite rustic. There are no entrance stations and comparatively few developed recreation areas. BLM land in Colorado focuses recreation on the visitors' freedom to choose where to go and what they want to do. Activities within BLM land consists of boating, camping, climbing, fishing, hunting and use of Off Highway Vehicles (OHV). Imagine having access to BLM land from your backyard!

 

The small town of Westcliff is just 14 miles south where you will find a local country market, bar and grill, gas station and a post office to meet your everyday needs. Just 30 miles northeast is Canon City which is larger and more populated town offering a Wal-Mart, plethora of restaurants and gas stations and also has a downtown historic district to explore. If fishing is your past time head 16 miles south to Deweese Lake where in the winter you can enjoy ice fishing for trout and in the summer this quiet lake is great for recreational watersports such as paddle boarding or kayaking. 17 miles west you can take a decent hike up from Rainbow Trail Lutheran Camp and find the isolated and quiet Balman Reservoir which is a beautiful place to fish and enjoy creation. If hiking is your passion you are literally surrounded by amazing hiking trails and peaks, such as Curley Peak, Cottonwood Peak, Rainbow Lakes Trailhead, Canyon Rim Trail Head, Pinnacle Rock and Hunts Lake Trail to name a few.

 

These properties can be utilized for weekend getaways or an off-grid homestead.

Although the properties are private and remote, they are also in close proximity to local towns, hiking peaks and reservoirs.

  • Payment Options

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  • Doc & Closing Fees

    $245 due on day of closing

  • Financing Options

    CASH DISCOUNT PRICE: $14,000

     

    Short Term Financing: $14,000
    - If paid off within 6 months you get free financing (same as cash discount price)
    - Down Payment: $3,000
    - Monthly Payment: $1,833.33 for 6 months

    36 Month Term: $16,100
    - Down Payment: $1,000
    - Monthly Payment: $419.44

    48 Month Term: $18,200
    - Down Payment: $1,000
    - Monthly Payment: $358.33

$14,000.00Price

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