This is 7 acres in Wilderness Ranch, an area that at one point was going to be the next great ski village, and it's really damn cheap. It's zoned for hunting and recreation. People build cabins and use it for mostly summer and fall activities. I bought it sight unseen but was thrilled once we got to see it. It's really beautiful country and this piece of property is great for hiding out. Roy McAnally with American Northwest Realty has it listed for $15,000. It's pretty much a hunter's paradise. And, yes, a place in Colorado that's still affordable.
This is the view from the top part of the property and looking north out towards Wyoming. This land can be accessed through Rawlins if you're coming from the north, and of course from Craig to the south.
This is looking up from the riverbed and south towards a dormant volcano.
This is look across the property. It's in a horseshoe between two roads.
Craig is about 40 miles from Steamboat, and this land is about 25 miles north of Craig. You can see below how the land is enveloped by two access roads, and then opens up to the north.
The address is 225 Falcon Drive.
The property has a ravine that runs through it.
Up from either side of the riverbed are inclines where a building space could be carved. My original intention was too bulldoze right off of Falcon Drive a driveway and small lot.