Beautiful secluded mountain acreage with two homes, water rights, hunting privilege and long range views of the rock formations, valley and mountains, Close to Tarryall Reservoir and a short drive to 11 Mile Reservoir for fishing. Three sides border National Forest allowing easy access to riding trails and hiking. There is abundant wildlife in the area and this 160+ agricultural acreage allows landowner to apply with the Division of Wildlife for hunting license privilege. Water rights supports the spring fed pond. Two wells, one at each house. Paved Tarryall road to the property gives year round access to Hwy 24, Cripple Creek casinos, ski areas, hot springs and major cities. The stucco house was built in 2008 and has 2 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms and an office with separate outside access. Central vacuum, water softener, surround sound in living room and a 1000 gal buried propane tank that is owned by seller. The unfinished walkout basement has one of the bathrooms and extra beds for sellers hunting friends! The log house was built in 1895 but has had been updated recently and is currently being used as a short term rental. There are two bedrooms and a sleeping loft- sleeps 8, two bathrooms, a laundry area , large pantry, and a lovely covered deck off the primary bedroom. The amazing living room has a vaulted ceiling. All furniture and appliances in the log house are included in the sale. Sale includes Park County parcel #’s 21290 and 35320.
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