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Kerr Gulch Road
Evergreen, CO 80439
County — Kerr Gulch Neighborhood
Approximately 33,541 square feet of undeveloped mountain land in Evergreen, Colorado. Direct access to property from Kerr Gulch Road. Property is zoned Mountain Residential (MR-1). Public water and sewer are available but not to property line. Electric lines run through the property. Meet with a Jefferson County planner to discuss your goals and learn what is necessary to make this parcel buildable. Seller does not have a survey. There is no address so refer to schedule number 300012422. Seller and listing agent are related so bring in your own agent. Across Hwy 74 is O’Fallon Park. The park's 860 acres connect Corwina and Pence Parks to create 1,487 acres of protected open space that sustains various habitats in the Bear Creek corridor. It is a popular spot for fishing, hiking and other recreational activities. Just 24 miles from downtown Denver.