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7.39 Acres -Park County, CO

Payment Options

Cash Discount Price

+ $299 Doc fee Reserve Now

Owner Finance Option #1

$14,200 $2,000 down and 36 payments of $338.89/mo
+ $299 Doc fee Reserve Now

Owner Finance Option #2

$14,200 $2,000 down and 48 payments of $254.17/mo
+ $299 Doc fee Reserve Now

Payment Note(s)

The next step to making this dream yours is very easy.

  1. Pay the $299 doc fee (completely refundable) to hold the property. We will contact you, usually within a few minutes, but always by the next day.
  2. Once we have the property held for you, we will draw up a simple contract, at that time we can discuss the remainder of the payment if paying cash, or the downpayment if financing.
  3. We will forward the cash purchase agreement to you to electronically sign, or the land contract and promissory note (if setting up financing). Either can be filled out electronically.
  4. Once the property is paid in full, we file the deed with the county. Normally this takes a couple of days. Once we have the deed recorded, we will send you a copy via US Mail and the property is yours to enjoy!

**The property is purchased first come first serve, and the deposit is refundable for 48 hours**. Lock it in by paying the $299 doc fee . If you have questions please just ask!


This is a gorgrous parcel located in the southern portion of Park county, CO. There are trees surrouding the property, and you are in a very secluded and private location.

No one will bother you here! Unlimited possibilities with this one! There are very few neighbors nearby, just you, yourself and nature.

Nearby attractions include:

Pike and San Isabel National Forests & Cimarron and Comanche National Grasslands – 31.9 miles via Co Rd 185

Cripple Creek and Victor Narrow Gauge Railroad – 62.1 miles via Teller County Rd 1 and US-24 W

South Park City Museum, Fairplay, CO – 32.4 miles via CO-9 and Co Rd 53

Google Map to the Property ->>>https://goo.gl/maps/peews84SyFGVJa5CA

Can I camp on the property? YES. It could be camped on for 14 days without a camping permit or two and a half months with a camping permit.

Are RV’s Allowed? YES. If you have an active building permit, you can stay in an RV, only during building process. RVs cannot be left on lots unattended. Once you have your driveway, septic and house plans approved and issued you can get and affidavit to register your RV while you are building but you must have inspection every 180 days to keep your permit active.

Manufactured homes can be placed on a property, if they meet the requirements of Park County. “Mobile homes” are not allowed. Mobile homes are only allowed in mobile home parks not on residential zone district.


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Dirt Road

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Drilled well with augmentation

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38.860099, -105.788356

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Legal Description

Estate 2343 of Unit 46 of ESTATES OF COLORADO as shown on the plat of said subdivision recorded in June 3, 1960 at Reception No. 153608, in Park County, Colorado.

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Local Contact Information

County Website:http://www.parkco.us/
Assessor Website:http://www.parkco.org/sales.asp?ScheduleNumber=10029
Treasurer Website:https://treasurer.parkco.us/treasurer/treasurerweb/account.jsp?account=R0010029&action=tx
Recorder/Clerk Website:http://www.parkco.us/72/Clerk-Recorder
GIS Website:http://maps.parkco.us:3000/
Phone number for Planning Department:(719) 836 – 4292
Phone number for Recorder/Clerk Office:(719) 836 – 4333
Phone number for Tax-Collector Office:(719) 836 – 4334
Phone number for Assessor’s Office:(719) 836 – 4331

Zoning: http://www.parkco.us/183/Planning-Zoning

Purchase Information/Fees

Document Fee

A additional document fee of $299 to reserve the property is required to begin the purchase process. This is refundable should you decide the property isn’t for you! Also, should you decide to owner finance, there is a $10/mo note servicing fee.

Yearly Taxes

Yearly taxes are currently about $7.00 a year


While we do all that we can to disclose everything we know about the property, it is the responsibility of the buyer to do his or her own due diligence to determine if it is the right fit for them.