This is a pristine piece of property, rectangular in shape and running from Noe Road to Cook Creek. Beautiful open meadow is accentuated by good stands of Ponderosa Pine, and gently rolling contours expose gorgeous views in all directions.
Many possible building sites present themselves and your horses could graze all the way around you. Fenced and cross fenced, cattle currently graze the land and taxes are low thanks to the ag exemption. There is a well on the property with good associated water rights.
This land adjoins Douglas County’s Spruce Mountain Open Space which is 893 acres plus an additional 458 acres of land in conservation easement. Spruce Mountain is part of an important wildlife corridor, allowing travel between Pike National Forest and Greenland Open Space. The shared boundary between the subject and the open space is actually the creek bottom where beaver dams have created lovely ponds. And while the subject definitely benefits from the open space, nothing about the way the properties adjoin is conducive or encouraging of trespass.
Only 3.5 miles from I25 at the Greenland exit, the location is phenomenal. Basically the tract sits between the communities of Larkspur and Palmer Lake, with easy access from either Perry Park Road (west) or Spruce Mountain Road (east). One could easily commute from Denver or Colorado Springs.
Co-Listed with Re/Max Master’s/Greg Walker/Colorado License