40 Acre Colorado Cabin Property on The Grand Mesa
This western Colorado recreational cabin property is located in the Horse Creek Ranches Subdivision just a few miles north of Cedaredge, CO on the south facing slope of the Grand Mesa–the world’s largest flat-top mountain. At an elevation of 9,000′, this cabin property is located behind a locked gate and is less than 3/4 mile from the Grand Mesa National Forest. The cabin was constructed in 1983 and sits on a 40 acre parcel that is surrounded by a beautiful aspen forest. The 864 Sq. Ft. cabin has 1 bedroom, a 3/4 bathroom and the loft allows room for a second bed and dresser. Heat is provided by a wood burning stove and the kitchen appliances, including a refrigerator, run on propane. The domestic water for this cabin property is from a well.The owners are dedicated hunters and have taken many trophy bucks on their own 40 over the years and excellent elk hunting can be found right up the trail on the National Forest with private access through the subdivision. Located in GMU 52, one of Colorado’s most productive game units, the Grand Mesa is known for excellent elk herd populations managed for a 1 to 4 bull to cow ratio and trophy mule deer bucks. Wild turkey and black bear are also abundant in the area.
Year-round Colorado Mountain Recreation Awaits
This is the cabin property that everyone is looking for! This 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom cabin is situated in the middle of a long 40–1/8 mile wide x 1/2 mile deep– and the year-round Horse Creek runs right through the middle of the property. Cool summers at 9,000′ and less than 20 minutes to Cedaredge, CO 81413 for supplies, this Colorado cabin property has very well maintained roads through the subdivision–paid for by an informal summer cattle lease with a local rancher. The gravel roads through the subdivision are seasonal, so cabin owners can enjoy snowmobiling to their cabin properties during the winter months. The good news is that there is not a bunch of association rules telling you what to do or how you can enjoy your property. The only restrictions are no outfitting or logging businesses–other than that you are free to do what you want on your property. With over 300 lakes and reservoirs on the Grand Mesa, many within a short hike or ride, the fishing isn’t all that bad either! This Delta County cabin property connects to over 345,000 acres of National Forest filled with ATV trails, equestrian trials and endless places to explore and play.