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Quarter Circle Lazy H Ranch--Lot A, Colorado
Property Types: Vacant Land, Ranches for Sale, Homes, Cabin, Recreational, Commercial
$475,000 / 35.00 Acres / Sold
Activities & Amenities
Quarter Circle Lazy H Ranch--Lot A is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. This Beautiful Ranch has been owned by the same family since 1940, and once you see this property you will realize what amazing Stewards of the Land this family truly is. They have made the decision to share a little "Slice of Heaven" with a fortunate New Owner of this 35 Acre Parcel.
This Quiet and Secluded 35 Acre Lot is slightly sloped and would be a perfect place to build your Dream Home, due to the slope a walk out basement would be a great option if so desired. One Client made a comment about this being "a perfect spot for a wedding", I can't agree more.
Lot A boasts "post card" 360 degree un-obstructed views, highlighted by Livermore Mountain and Sheep Mountain. The well established Natural Vegetation runs down to both sides of Rabbit Creek, which meanders through the center of the entire parcel. There is an abundance of Wildlife on and around this property due to the cover and constant water supply along Rabbit Creek.
There is easy access to utilities right on S. County Rd. 37. This Lot may be accessed from S. County Rd. 37 or County Rd. 76H which are both well maintained gravel roads year round.
While enjoying the seclusion and privacy of this property, it is satisfying to know you will be in close proximity to cities, stores and medical facilities. The property is approx. 3 miles to Hwy. 287, approx. 20 minutes to Fort Collins, and approx. 40-45 minutes to Laramie and Cheyenne WY. For some world class recreation Red Feather Lakes is approx. 25 minutes to the West.
At 6000 feet of elevation this area is known for cooler summers but yet mild winters.
There is also a Lot B East of Lot A, these Lots share a property line and may be purchased together or separately.
All potential improvements will be subject to approval by Larimer County Planning Dept.
A Well Permit issued by Colorado Division of Water Resources will be needed to drill a domestic well.
There will be some minor restrictive covenants including but not limited to: no modular homes and no mobile homes.