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Improvements

Structure (s):

Cabin – 962 SF

Year Built: 1980

Remodeled: In Progress 2018

Bedrooms: (2)

Baths: (1)

1st Rental Home – 900 SF

Year Built: 1937

Remodeled: 1960, 2016

Bedrooms: (2)

Baths: (1)

2nd Rental Home – 558 SF

Year Built: 1943

Remodeled: 1968, In Progress 2018

Bedrooms: (1)

Baths: (1)

Garage - Detached 2-Car,1,104 SF

Year Built: 1960

Barn & Corrals

Log Storage Bldg:

43'x35', Built 1948

Adobe Storage Bldg:

35'x24', Built 1956

Wood frame Storage Bldg: 36'x24', Built Prior 1956

Well (s): (3)

Water Rights (other than well): Yes, Lake Water & Irrigation for Hay Meadows

Mineral Rights: TBD
Utilities: Electric, Phone, Propane, Generator

Satellite Internet / TV

Septic: (3)

Fencing: Perimeter & Cross Fencing– Barbed Wire

Gated: Yes

 

Land Attributes

Live Water: 

Lake Beatrice – Approx 3 acre

Multiple Ponds & Springs

Williams Creek – 2.8 Miles

Trout Creek – 2.2 Miles

Mountain Views: Pikes Peak, Collegiate Peaks, Tarryall Mountain Range

Other Views: Timbered Hillsides, Rock Outcroppings, Lake, Ponds, Valley, Meadows

Topography: Rolling Hillsides, Rock Outcroppings & Bluffs, Sub-Irrigated Hay Meadows

Tree Coverage: Moderate, Heavy – Spruce, Fir, Aspen, Ponderosa, Cedar
Vegetation: Native Grass, Hay, Wildflowers

 

Recreation

On Site: Hunting (Big & Small Game), Target Shooting, Archery, Canoeing, Hiking, Wildlife Viewing, Camping, Equestrian, Rock Climbing

Hunting Permitted: Yes

DOW Area Hunting Unit (s): 511

 
 

Taxes & Zoning

Annual Taxes (est.): $1,658

Zoning: A-1 Agricultural

Lease (s): Rental Homes x 2

Protective Covenants / Amenities: Conservation Easement

Conservation Easement: Yes – Palmer Land Trust

Income Potential: Ranching

 

Location & Access

Nearest Town (s): Woodland Park, Colorado Springs

Nearest Airport (s): Colorado Springs, Denver
Access: Maintained Year-Round. Paved County Road to Gravel to Driveway


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 ~ Broken Wagon Ranch ~
Borders Other Conserved Lands and Catamount Open Space

1,353.46 +/- Acres ~ $6,500,000
 Woodland Park, Colorado ~ Teller County
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Contiguous Acres of Conserved Lands ~ Dramatic Pikes Peak Views

Water Rights for Lake and Hay Meadows

Charming Cabin ~ (2) Rental Homes ~ Barn, Corrals, Several Outbuildings

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A Featured Sports Afield Trophy Property

Broken Wagon Ranch, sprawling over 1,353+ contiguous, conserved and breathtaking acres, is the perfect place to rest your wagon and explore a Colorado mountain paradise. The views of the north face of majestic Pikes Peak will stop you in your tracks. Stands of color aspens and conifer pines paint this landscape rich with rolling grasslands, a 3+ acre stream-fed lake (Lake Beatrice), several ponds converging into sub irrigated hay meadows an, granite outcrops. The area is a diverse habitat for area wildlife like trophy elk, deer, black bear, coyote, badger, bobcat, mountain lion, bald and golden eagle, turkey, and horned owl. Two creeks with water rights cross the property – Trout Creek provides irrigation rights to 55+ acres meadowlands that produce approximately 1 ton hay / year and Williams Creek provide water rights for Lake Beatrice. There are also several springs and small ponds dotting the ranch. Water rights for all wells, the lake and meadows will transfer. You will find remnants on the ranch dating back to the 1800’s that include a portion of the Colorado Midland Railway, the flag stop townsite (now abandoned) of Edlowe, and one of the earliest known snow skiing facilities complete with ski jump and runs. Improvements include a charming 2-bedroom cabin overlooking Lake Beatrice, two small rental homes, corrals, barn, and other outbuildings as well a complete perimeter fencing. There are building pockets positioned to take in the magnificent backdrop of Pikes Peak or one of its numerous valleys. Placed in a conservation easement long before it was a popular notion, the original owners saw the values of ranching, forestry, agriculture and water conservation and ensured these concepts would be preserved for years to come. Currently operating as cow-calf cattle ranch (averaging 60-75 head), it is a true family retreat blessed with awe inspiring views, outdoor recreation, and privacy with easy access from paved county roads and less than 3 miles from town. This harmonious blend of assets depicts a true Colorado landscape and a promotes the concept of life on the land – western style!

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Elevation ~ 8,890 to 9,364 Feet

Bordering Properties ~ Conserved Lands (3) Sides, Catamount Open Space (1) Side 


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