1.31 Acres on a Cul-de-Sac Lot in the Colorado Mountains – Power & Water are Available – You can OWN this Property for Only $149 a Month!
Minimum of $249 as document/set up fee plus $251 in equity for a total of $500 as a down payment. Monthly payment of only $149!
Keep in mind these are just the minimum payments. You can put down more or increase monthly payments to save the cost of interest and shorten the term of your loan. Make sure to check out this blog post on how we charge interest on our sister company’s website.
To Get Started, Click the Pay Now, or Reserve Now Option. Have questions? Email Kristy at [email protected] or you can call or text me at 971-248-6715.
Now is your chance to own 1.31 acres that will put you in the middle of so many things to do in the great outdoors! Get out of the city and enjoy the cool mountain air and stunning views in Cripple Creek Colorado. This property has access to both ELECTRICITY & WATER so if you want to build your dream home this is the place to do it!!!!
This area has beautiful trees, beautiful terrain, and tons of wildlife. You can own it for only $149 a month and build a dream home in the mountains or make this your weekend camping get away to enjoy with family and friends!
Check out the pictures and imagine getting to spend all your free weekends out here enjoying the stunning views! Start dreaming about your retirement home now!
Here are just a few of the things Teller County Colorado has to offer:
- – Gold Medal Trout Fishing
- – Gold Mine Tours
- – Mountain Biking
- – Horseback Riding
- – Gambling at Cripple Creek
- – Rocky Mountain Dinosaur Resource Center
- – Pikes Peak Heritage Center
- – This is just a SHORT list of things to do in the area! There are tons of fossil bed in the area, wildlife centers and Ute Pass is perfect to get that American Frontier experience you have been looking for!
Get away every weekend when its so close to the major Colorado cities!
Cripple Creek, CO – 14 min (6.8 miles)
Pueblo, CO – 1 h 39 min (88 miles)
Colorado Springs, CO – 1 h 1 min (45.1 miles)
Denver, CO – 2 h 7 min (115 miles)
Zoning: 1,200 square ft minimum size, per POA. Lots may be used for camping by the property owner for no longer than 14 days in a calendar year without prior approval, subject to the Board of Director’s rules and regulations which are on file at the Association Office.
Google Map Link: https://goo.gl/maps/vYToRw1nkXnGpuLe7
Address: 60 Princess Way, Cripple Creek, CO 80813 USA
NW GPS: 38.806703, -105.194599 (Road)
NE GPS: 38.806404, -105.193742
SW GPS: 38.806490, -105.194737 (Road)
SE GPS: 38.805524, -105.194273
Check out the pictures of this gorgeous property and imagine getting to spend as much Time here as you want!
Want to see a video? Email, call or text me and I’ll send you the files
- PRICING: Discount Cash Price: $6,999.00 plus a one time $249 document fee or alternatively…
Owner Financing Price: $7,999.00, $249 down payment for the doc fee (non-refundable) plus $251 in equity for a total of $500 down. Monthly payment: $149/mo.
- NO prepayment penalties and NO hidden fees! We are flexible and can make this fit any budget if you can meet our minimum downpayment and monthly payment for this property. Eric and I are family men and enjoy making land ownership available to families like ours who want to make memories for years to come. we can owner finance with a land contract. If paying in cash, we can transfer with a warranty deed and guarantee a clean title
- CONTACT KRISTY TODAY! Tele: (971) 248-6715 [email protected]
60 Princess Way, Cripple Creek, CO, USA
L71 CCME 17
Well maintained Dirt Road
Electric lines are near the property!
Water is available through Mountain Mutual Water Company.
$200/year ($17/mo pro-rated) is included within the monthly payment for owner financed properties
Cripple Creek Mountain Estates POA. Contact: 719-689-2549 or [email protected]
Note Servicing Fee
Monthly bookkeeping cost for owner financed properties.
Teller County Colorado
Everyone has to come from somewhere and residents of Teller County come from everywhere around the world. Drawn by a love of nature & the outdoors, clean, crisp fresh air, and pristine mountain scenery it’s not surprising that more and more people are finding Teller County, Colorado the perfect place to call home!
Teller County is made up of young families, retirees, singles, medical & legal professionals, corporate CEOs, artists, musicians, carpenters, active military, and even gold prospectors. Such a diverse population means you never know who you’ll meet along your favorite hiking, biking, or horseback riding trail.
Most residents are truly very friendly and hospitable. We say most because you will surely find a real character here and there. Long time residents are often quick to fill you in on the best restaurants to try, shops to puruse, and which of the many outdoor activities are their favorites.
Teller County is a family friendly and pet friendly community. Multiple school districts, a variety of religious organizations, area summer camps, senior and early childhood development programs, art & culture programs and outlets, and numerous opportunities allowing anyone to become an active part in our communities offer something for anyone desiring to make the move to Colorado mountain living.
There is also our true Western heritage of independence. Want to just get away from everything and enjoy the mountain beauty along with peace & quiet? Teller County, Colorado is your place to be.
Now for the fun stuff!!! What to do when you visit…. Well get ready, there are tons of things to keep you busy in this beautiful area!
San Isabel National Forest
The forest contains 19 of the state’s 53 fourteeners, peaks over 14,000 feet high, including Mount Elbert, the highest point in Colorado. It is one of eleven national forests in the state of Colorado and contains the Sawatch Range, the Collegiate Peaks, and Sangre de Cristo Range. It has a total area of 1,120,233 acres spread out over parts of eleven counties in central Colorado. In descending order of land area it is located in Chaffee, Custer, Lake, Huerfano, Fremont, Pueblo, Saguache, Las Animas, Park, Costilla, and Summit counties. San Isabel National Forest is co-managed by the Forest Service together with Pike National Forest, Cimarron National Grassland, and Comanche National Grassland from offices in Pueblo. There are local ranger district offices located in Cañon City, Leadv
Florissant Fossil Beds National Monument
The Florissant Formation is a sedimentary geologic formation outcropping around Forissant, Teller County, Colorado. The formation is noted for the abundant and exceptionally preserved insect and plant fossils that are found in the mudstones and shales. Based on argon radiometric dating, the formation is Eocene in age and has been interpreted as a lake environment. The fossils have been preserved because of the interaction of the volcanic ash from the nearby Thirtynine Mile volcanic field with diatoms in the lake, causing a diatom bloom. As the diatoms fell to the bottom of the lake, any plants or animals that had recently died were preserved by the diatom falls. Fine layers of clays and muds interspersed with layers of ash form “paper shales” holding beautifully-preserved fossils. The Florissant Fossil Beds National Monument is a national monument established to preserve and study the geology and history of the area
Gold Mine Tours
The Mollie Kathleen Gold Mine is a historic vertical shaft mine near Cripple Creek, Colorado. The mine shaft descends 1,000 feet into the mountain, a depth roughly equal to the height of the Empire State Building in New York City. The mine currently gives tours, and is visited by around 40,000 people annually. The addition of the mines and subsequent tours of this mine and others in the area had considerable effect on the economies of both Victor, Colorado and Cripple Creek.
Crags Trail Head & Horsethief Park Trailhead
Well marked and easy to follow trails for hiking and backpacking that give you the views of Colorado that you’ve been dreaming about. Bring the dogs and kids and enjoy a day of fun in the wilderness.
Pikes Peak Highway
The Pikes Peak Highway is a 19-mile toll road that runs from Cascade, Colorado to the summit of Pikes Peak in El Paso County, at an altitude of 14,115 feet. It is at least partially open year-round, up to the altitude where snow removal becomes excessively difficult. The rate structure varies depending on time of year and ranges from $10 per adult and $5 per child throughout winter up to $50 per carload with discounts on additional passengers.
The Ute Pass is a mountain pass west of Colorado Springs that ranges from a peak elevation at Divide of 9,165 to 6,165 feet at its lowest point