This ranch seems to have it all. Its size is ideal for an add-on to an existing property or large enough to stand on its own, allowing enough acreage to raise livestock or just plenty of room to ride or roam on your private property.
Whether it’s the views of the Apishapa River meadow bottoms or the medium to tall surrounding mountains, Spring Creek Ranch has both. Wildlife is abundant in the area with deer and elk being the dominant large animals.
Access to the small town of Aguilar is less than two miles via paved road from I-25 yet is succeeded and sheltered from the busy interstate. A paved county road from Aguilar to the Spring Creek Ranch creates great year around access. Having an Aguilar water tap, electricity, and paved access on the property are great assets for building that home or cabin.
TERRAIN: The farm land meadows of the Spring Creek Ranch lie in the bottoms of the Apishapa River, with the balance of the lands lying along and south of the Mauricio Canyon Road. This area is mainly mountainous and covered with different varieties of pine trees.
WATER: Domestic and Livestock water is supplied from a City of Aguilar water tap. There is an undefined quantity interest in the Maurico Ditch for the irrigation of cropland bottoms. There are two shallow irrigation wells that are permitted but closed down by the State of Colorado.
LEGAL DESCRIPTION: SE¼SE¼1-T31-R66; S½S½5, S½1S½6, NE¼NW¼, NW¼NE¼8, PLUS 8.33 acres in theNE¼SE¼8-T31-R65.
MINERALS: 1/2 of Seller’s interest is included.