Secluded home with excellent hunting in Hotchkiss, CO
This 35 acre property with a secluded home is located outside of Hotchkiss, CO 81419 near the Grand Mesa National Forest. The main county road is plowed through the winter and the short, private access road could be plowed to create a year-round home or second home for recreational activities. The secluded home is a 2003 manufactured house that sits atop a small ridge with amazing views of the Grand Mesa and Ucompaghre Plateau. The home is in excellent condition and is 1,530 square feet featuring 3-bedrooms and 2-full baths. A small seasonal creek runs near the back of the house providing the sound of rustling water and a larger seasonal creek is located along the western border of the property below the house. The secluded home has two covered decks that overlook the property and the surrounding area. The home has a metal roof and concrete siding and is remotely located about 25 minutes outside of Hotchkiss which contains many small town conveniences such as schools, grocery store, hardware store, restaurants, retail stores and gas station.
35 acre hunting property with year-round home
The secluded home on this 35 acre parcel contains many species of wildlife. Big Game hunting in the surrounding area and National Forest with elk and mule deer, wild turkey, black bear and dusky grouse can be found on the property and in the surrounding areas. Located in GMU 52, over the counter elk tags are available in 2nd and 3rd season most years and the nearby Grand Mesa National Forest is managed for large elk herd populations with about a 1 to 4 bull to cow ratio. The property is mainly covered in oak brush and has several small parks for great hunting opportunity.
Secluded home near Grand Mesa National Forest
Access to the Grand Mesa National Forest is about a mile up the road from this secluded home and offers plenty of year-round mountain recreation. With miles of hiking trails, biking trails, equestrian trails and over 300 lakes and reservoirs the Grand Mesa has plenty of places to fish or go play on the ATV’s. The Grand Mesa National Forest encompasses nearly 350,000 acres and is known for excellent elk hunting. During the winter months the Grand Mesa is a snowmobilers paradise due to the heavy snowfall and fairly flat terrain.