Build your dream home in the hills of Colorado, and live in quiet luxury on this private 19 acre property, 20 minutes south of Westcliffe Colorado. Enjoy the coveted views of Creststone Needle and Blueberry peak out your kitchen window. Plots in this community are moving quickly, and many luxury homes have been built in the area, but none of them have the view that you will.
This 19 acre property is easily accessed by road, and is nestled right at the foot of the Wet mountains. The westward views are to die for, and on a clear day you’ll see Blueberry Peak and Crestone Needle, towering over the Wet Mountain Valley.
Potential build sites on this property are well off the main road, so you’re guaranteed private, quiet living in this burgeoning neighborhood.
Homes in this area are selling for around 350 thousand and up, with a two bedroom two bath valued at slightly higher. This means that by building your home here, you’re building equity in the property. This 19 acres has great investment potential, world class views, and a price lower than other plots in the neighborhood, which are half to a third of the size.
Don’t wait. This property is on the market at an unbeatable price. Start living your dreams now.
acrestock is a wholesale land company offering unbeatable prices and low money down financing. Contact us today to find out more about how we can work with you on financing options or discuss a cash offer.
An additional fee of $249 to reserve the property is required to begin the purchase process. This is a non-refundable fee. Once received, we can begin to generate the closing documents.
Closing Fee (cash sale)
An additional fee of approximately $200 to close on this property with the title company on a cash purchase. *Note, payment money goes directly to the title company, not to acrestock.com. This can be waived if you choose not to purchase through a title company.
Note Fee (terms sale)
For property bought on financing terms, we require a processing fee of $26 per month for note servicing and payment expenses. This is a pass-through cost that we pay to our financial services partners.
- Greenhorn mountain is a 12,000 foot mountain in the Wet Mountain Range, and is the tallest peak for 40 miles. Although not very tall by Colorado standards, it still offers the best views of the region, towering over the local peaks. Hikers love Greenhorn Mountain for it’s solitude, and abundant wildlife, as this peak is often looked over by hikers looking for greater challenges.
Take your boat out on the Deweese reservoir, or fish from the shores of this well stocked lake. Just searching DeWeese will show many videos of fishermen enjoying the waters and catching some big fish. Hook Brown Trout, Cuttbow, Rainbow Trout, and Tiger Muskie out of this 300 acre reservoir.
Middle Taylor Creek
Go out into the wilderness, Don your blaze orange, load your rifle, and hunt the Middle Taylor Creek State Wildlife Area, west of Westcliffe. Hunt for Deer or Elk, or bring your shotgun and hunt Dusky Grouse. You can also fish the coldwater stream, or set up camp at the campgrounds for a weekend in the woods.
Mission Wolf is a non-profit wolf sanctuary in Custer County. Mission Wolf works to foster and promote Education, sustainability, community, respect for animals, and environmental stewardship. They have many wolves and wolf dogs living in the sanctuary, and they encourage drop-in visitors to arrive by 11 a.m. on Wednesday or Saturday to experience the wolves on their feeding day. Check their website for directions, as they claim google will get you lost.
In 1959, Jim Bishop began construction on Bishop Castle, a medieval style castle hidden away in the Wet Mountains. The castle is open 7 days a week during daylight hours, and Jim says he has plans to build a moat, Roller coaster, and more.
Westcliffe and Silvercliffe
Experience what Colorado was like in 1870, at the Fort Garland Museum and Cultural Center, in Fort Garland CO. Explore life in a nineteenth century military fort by walking the parade grounds and touring five of the original adobe buildings. Fort Garland also highlights the role that women and children played in this frontier outpost.
Westcliffe and Silvercliffe are a short 20 minute drive from the property, and they have everything you need. Shop at Lowe’s supermarket, a locally owned and operated grocery store, or check out the Westcliffe Farm and Makers market, June through October.
Westcliffe is full of fun, shopping, with many boutiques and restaurants. You can even check out the local museum, run out of the old firehouse and town hall.