Squaw Pass Land For Sale!

307 Acres - Offered at $2,000,000

Location & Opportunity

It's your opportunity to own and enjoy a massive parcel of land that is easily accessed from Idaho Springs or Evergreen, Colorado. Views are endless including Downtown Idaho Springs, shown above, Downtown Denver, and the high ridge of Colorado's Continental Divide. Privacy and Wildlife are abundant as the property shares approximately two miles of borders with the Arapaho National Forest.

Looking South: the Eastern Boundary and Ridge

General property line dimensions: appx. 1/2 mile wide by 1 mile long. The Eastern boundary, pictured above, follows a road which terminates at an impressive rock outcropping with Downtown Denver views. 

Peaks along the Eastern Ridge

Big Knob! 

This big unnamed knob sits proudly in the lower center of the property, It's practically a 1/4 mile by a 1/4 mile in dimension and tops out at 10,062 feet. It has a gentle slope all around continuing along the ridge to the High Knob. Perfect for roads, homes, views, etc. Elk and deer herds are known to congregate along the South East Side of this feature. 

Lower Peak

Found in the North East Corner, this little peak has long range unobstructed views of the continental divide, Mount Evans, and downtown Idaho Springs; of all of the knobs and peaks, it offers quick access to the Little Bear Creek Road, Idaho Springs and I-70. Topography is gentle and the small saddle ontop will allow for an impressive home, big or small.

High Knob!

Located near the South East Corner, this knob sits less than a 1/4 mile from Squaw Pass Rd. It has deep canyon views to the East and big mountain views all around. Large footprints just below the knob to both the SE and NW will allow for large private building sites; From this location, access to Evergreen's Bergen Park is only 11 miles away!

 

 

Western Property Line

Looking North: The Western Boundary and Ridge

The Western property line stretches one full mile along the Arapaho National Forest, left of line, and the Warren Gulch water shed, and to the right is the headwaters of Beaver Brook, which springs from the heart of the property running throuhg the Northern border. From the North West Corner of the property the town of Idaho Springs is only 2  1/2 Miles as the crow flies.

The West property line traverses along the right side of this gap. Arapaho National Forest is on the left.

Convenient to Idaho Springs, Evergreen, Denver 

With Idaho Springs and Interstate 70 to the North, access to Restaurants, Coffee Shops, Grocers can be accomplished in less than 15 minutes via Little Bear Creek Road.  Evergreen is only 11 miles to the West via Squaw Pass Road. Denver International, Centennial and Rocky Mountain Metro Airports are only an hour commute. Summit County Ski Resorts can be reached within 30 - 45 minutes and Echo Mountain Resort Ski Area is less than 5 minutes to the West on Squaw Pass Road. Squaw Pass is an up and coming Recreation Hot Spot for residents of Denver Metro. Skiing, Cross Country Skiing, Hiking, Road Biking, Equestrian pursuits, Hunting, and Wilderness Backpacking are all readily accessible from this amazing location.

Sprawling Interior with a Diversity of Uses

Roads and Trails meander throughout the interior connecting the corners with incredible efficiency.

Forest Management, Recreation, Hunting, Sustainable Energy Development, Homesites are several of the land's possible uses; perhaps a combination of the above. 

Egress to several large flats allow for immediate staging of your operation.

 

Wild at Heart

Beaver Brook Headwater Forest in the South Western 16th Section 

Contact the Listing Agent:

Daniel R. Windmueller

RE/MAX Alliance
Mobile: 406-544-2375               Email:  danwindmueller@gmail.com 
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25577 Conifer Rd. #201, Conifer CO 80433

Denver MLS ID# 7483842     Agent MLS# 052841          RE/MAX Alliance, 25577 Conifer Rd. #201 Conifer, CO 80433.    Office # 303-674-0090

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