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Structure (s):

Custom Home: 2,952 SF

Year Built: 2001

Bedrooms: (2)

Baths: (3)

Garage: Attached, 2-Car w/ Workshop Space, 514 SF

Well (s): None, Household Water Provided by Eleven Mile Ranch Association (Included w/ HOA Fee)
Water Rights (other than well): None

Mineral Rights: None
Utilities: Electric, Phone, Propane, Internet, Satellite TV

Septic: (1)

Fencing: Partial - Wood Privacy Fence on South Boundary

Gated: Yes


Land Attributes

Live Water:

Private Access to Lake George (through the Eleven Mile Ranch Association Lease)

Mountain Views: Tarryall Mountains

Other Views: Lake George, South Platte River, Timbered Hillsides of Pike National Forest, Town of Lake George, Valley, Meadows

Topography: Sloping

Tree Coverage: Light – Ponderosa, Aspen
Vegetation: Native Grass, Wildflowers



On Site: Fishing Lake George (Trout & Pike) Lake is stocked 3 x  per year with 2+ pound Trout), Canoeing, Kayaking, Rafting, Small Motor Boating, Hiking, Wildlife Viewing, Camping, Equestrian, ATV, Snowmobile, Nearby Hunting (Big & Small Game)

Hunting Permitted: Only in National Forest that connects to Community Open Space, Designated Shooting Range Available

DOW Area Hunting Unit (s): 581



Taxes & Zoning

Annual Taxes (est.): $1,150

Zoning: Single Family Residential

Lease (s): None

Protective Covenants / Amenities: Yes – Eleven Mile Ranch Association.

Association Amenities: Owner & Guest Passes to Lake George for Fishing, Small Motor Boating, Row/Paddle Boating, Wintertime: Ice Fishing/Huts, Ice Skating, Hockey, ATV/Snowmobiles Allowed on Lake Ice, Designated Shooting Range, RV/Trailer (uncovered) Parking, Household Water, Trash Removal & Slash Area, Gated Entry, Road Maintenance, Echo Lodge (Reserve for Meetings | Family Events) & Community Open Space (this open space connects to Pike National Forest)

Conservation Easement: None

Income Potential: Rental


Location & Access

Nearest Town (s): Lake George, Florissant,  Divide, Woodland Park, Colorado Springs

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

~ The Catch ~
0.48 +/- Acres ~ $346,000
 Lake George, Colorado ~ Park County
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Immaculate Custom Home ~ Private Access to Lake George

Fishing & Boating ~ Steps Away into Pike National Forest

A Featured Sports Afield Trophy Property

The Catch - let the adventures begin! Bring your fishing pole, hiking or hunting gear and step into one of the best recreational locations of the Central Colorado Mountains! Situated in a lakeside community along Lake George, surrounded by Pike National Forest, it has an easy going lifestyle where you will be among friends. The Lake is stocked three times/year with hefty trout, lies at the mouth of the acclaimed Eleven Mile Canyon and is fed by the Gold Medal waters of the South Platte River. Take in the colorful scenery as you launch your boat and float across peaceful waters, take a leisurely stroll or cast your line in hopes of outwitting that one big fish that always gets away. In winter, the area sparkles with life on the ice – fishing/huts, skating, hockey and ATV/snowmobiles. Walk into hunting, hiking and equestrian trails from the bordering open space that connects to Pike National Forest. The real catch is a beautiful custom home with a warmth and openness that will create special memories with family and friends. The main level offers an open great room-kitchen-dining area with beamed/ vaulted ceilings. A collage of windows provides an abundance of natural light and opportunities to spot meandering mule deer, delight in the antics of birds and squirrels or see families taking off on their daily adventures. In the evening, watch the wind move the clouds through the stars or bask in the light of a full moon rising over the Lake. A well-designed kitchen allows more than one cook to test their skills. Convenient to the main level is an ample laundry room, office and master suite w/bath, walk-in closet and deck access. The finished lower level consists of a family room, game area, second Master BR/bath and garage/work area. Other amenities include use of Echo Lodge, shooting range, RV/trailer parking, household water, trash removal and gated entry. Hook, line and sinker, The Catch, will be a property to brag about for years to come!


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Elevation ~ 7,990 to 8,000 Feet

Bordering Properties: Eleven Mile Ranch Community Open Space

that connects to Pike National Forest (1) Side, Private


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History of the Lake George Area


Lake George got its start as a stage stop but soon became a hub for the Colorado Midland (CM) Railroad from Colorado Springs. The manmade lake was built by George Frost for the purpose of supplying ice to the railroad. The lake itself freezes mostly solid in the wintertime, which made it ideal for railroad men to cut large blocks of ice from it in order to keep perishables cool. A privately owned ice company here supplied the needs of much of the Pikes Peak region. Ice cut during the winter was shipped on the CM to both Colorado Springs and the Cripple Creek, Colorado district. Also related to the town's railroading history, a short walk into the surrounding hills reveals Chinese bread ovens, from the period their labor was imported. At the turn of the century the community's population was 30. After 1900 some farmers and ranchers nearby began raising high-altitude potatoes on a limited scale. This furnished the CM with some additional traffic. However, the CM closed in August 1918. Other railways then provided service to certain shippers along the otherwise idle CM railway. Up to that time this had been the shortest rail route through the mountains. Keeping the track open during winter proved expensive, and when the mining of ore dwindled, the tracks were torn up. US Highway 24 follows the abandoned grade of the CM railway. By 1941 the community had grown to 100 persons and was the center of an extensive potato growing area. The community's population in 1965 was 100.

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