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Hard Hickory Trail
Hartsel, CO 80449
County — Estates Of Colorado Neighborhood
Land$11,000Sold Listing# 5029221
Lot size: 209088.00 sqft
Updated: 06-01-2022 04:30pm
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Own a piece of the Old West! Beautiful vacant land south of historic Hartsel, CO, just a little over 2 hours from Denver. Land is off grid and ready for your cabin or motor home/camper/tent. The location is in the heart of Southpark, a high mountain valley with a colorful history, 50 miles long and 35 miles wide, surrounded by mountain peaks. Perfect spot for peace and quiet and outdoor recreation. Hartsel is 41 miles from Breckenridge and 7 miles from fishing and boating on the Antero Reservoir. Roads are well marked and maintained by the county. Founded in 1880, Hartsel is close to the geographic center of the state and is often referred to as "The Heart of Colorado". Samuel Hartsel’s 100,000 acre cattle ranch included the Hartsel Hot Springs as well as the Estates of Colorado development. Originally inhabited by the Ute and Arapahoe Indians, the name South Park started to be used in the 1840s by hunters and trappers since the valley was the home to vast herds. Now, outdoor recreation is the main draw to the area. Hunting is also popular on nearby federal lands and state wildlife areas. Photos (except for photo 1) are from various locations in the Estates of Colorado development and are not specific to this listing but are representative of the area. Roads are well marked. Exact corner longitude and latitude can be obtained at http://maps.parkco.us. Search on tax schedule 9345. Household use only well permits may be secured through Park County. Covenants were put in place when Hartsel Ranch and the Estates Of Colorado were platted, however, an HOA was never established for enforcement. PHOTOS (except for photo 1) ARE FROM VARIOUS LOCATIONS IN THE ESTATES OF COLORADO DEVELOPMENT AND ARE NOT SPECIFIC TO THIS LISTING. THE PHOTOS ARE REPRESENTATIVE OF THE AREA. Call agent for a map to the property, do not rely on zillow’s location.