This 42.06-acre parcel is located in the tranquil ranch country of western Pueblo County, near the San Isabel National Forest and the small mountain village of Beulah. Lightly wooded with juniper, the property has thriving native grass, and backs to dramatic bluffs that offer both a cinematic setting and natural protection from north winds. Incredible mountain views from the property lend themselves to amazing high-desert sunsets. A roadbase driveway is in place, offering easy access to the property’s interior. Numerous stream beds cross the property, and a nearby livestock water tank attracts deer and elk, which tend to gather at the back end of this parcel. The property meets the acreage requirement for a domestic well permit. Power and phone service are at the property line, and the Red Creek Fire Dept is just 2 miles away. Located on a well-maintained gravel road that sees little traffic, the parcel is easily accessed year-round. This parcel would make an outstanding horse property, with numerous sites for a barn, arena, and other outbuildings, with ample room to ride without having to leave the property. Light, ag/livestock-friendly covenants apply. Significant mineral rights are available. The adjacent 62-acre parcel is also available.
From intersection of Pueblo Blvd & Thatcher, travel 13.5 mi west on Hwy 96. Turn south on Newton, and travel 3.5 mi. Continue straight onto Bronquist, and travel 1.2 miles. Property on left.