Live on the Top of the Colorado Rockies on this 1.05 Acre Lot in Cripple Creek…. The Views are TO DIE FOR and They Can be YOURS for $279/month!

Live on the Top of the Colorado Rockies on this 1.05 Acre Lot in Cripple Creek…. The Views are TO DIE FOR and They Can be YOURS for $279/month!

Payment Options

Discounted Cash Price

$12,499 $13,499
Minimum of $249 as document/set up fee and $1,251 of equity for a total of $1,500 down. Pay The document fee now and we will send an invoice for the remainder of your down payment! Full payment due in 3 weeks Reserve Now

Owner Financing Price

$13,499 Plus Interest
Minimum of $249 as document/set up fee and $1,251 of equity for a total of $1,500 down and $279/mo. Pay The document fee now and we will send an invoice for the remainder of your down payment! Reserve Now

Payment Note(s)

Minimum of $249 as document/set up fee and $1,251 of equity for a total of $1,500 down and $279/mo

Keep in mind these are just the minimum payments. Put down more to save the cost of interest. Make sure to check out this blog post on how we charge interest on our sister company’s website. 


This property has some unbelievable potential! Gorgeous views all around so you can choose which direction you want your house to face and soak in the stunning mountains. 1.05 Acres all to yourself with trees and a very unique terrain.
Enjoy the quiet Colorado mountain life, or get away on weekends with family and friends. Now is your chance to own a property that will put you in the middle of so many things to do! Get out of the city and enjoy the cool mountain air and stunning views in Cripple Creek Colorado. Build your DREAM home in the Colorado Mountains!

Check out the pictures of this property and imagine getting to spend all your free time enjoying these stunning mountain views and gorgeous trees!

Have questions? Want to see more pictures and drone videos? Call, text or email me! 971-248-6715 or [email protected]

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!

Here is what our photographer had to say about the property: Graded gravel in good condition No neighbors visible No cell signal No water lines or electrical visible on property Accessible from 2 roads

Address: 565 BUCKHORN RD, Cripple Creek, CO 80813

Google Map Link:
Get away every weekend when its so close to the major Colorado cities!
Cripple Creek ( 14 Mins / 6.3 Miles )
Colorado Springs ( 1 Hr , 3 Mins / 44.7 Miles )
Denver ( 2 Hr , 7 Mins / 114 Miles )
Pueblo ( 1 Hr, 39 Mins / 89.1 Miles )

4 Corner GPS Coordinates:
NW GPS 38.809403 -105.213174
NE GPS 38.809503 -105.212246
SW GPS 38.808889 -105.212794
SE GPS 38.809386 -105.211898

Zoning: Residential – No time limit to build – 1,200 square ft minimum size, per POA

Cripple Creek Mountain Estates POA – $225.00 for the first lot and $75.00 for any additional lots. Phone – 719-689-2549 email – [email protected]

Camping/RV: 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.

Property Information

Parcel Size






Nearest Cities

Cripple Creek

Parcel Number



565 BUCKHORN RD, Cripple Creek, CO 80813

Legal Description

L66 CCME 14









Well Maintained Dirt Road


There is Power within the area or Solar is an option. Black Hills Energy (888-890-5554)


Water is available through Mountain Mutual Water Company. 719-689-2527. [email protected] There is a water connection available — although, might be $8,000 to hook in because previous owners let the water rights lapse.


Oil/ Gas


38°48’34.2″N 105°12’44.1″W


Residential – see above for description

Purchase Information/Fees

$75/year ($7/mo)

Property Taxes

$7/mo pro-rated is included within the monthly payment for owner financed properties

$19/month for POA


Cripple Creek Mountain Estates POA – 225.00 for the first lot and $75.00 for any additional lots. Phone – 719-689-2549 email – [email protected]


Note Servicing Fee

Monthly bookkeeping cost for owner financed properties.

Teller County Colorado

Teller County is on the western slopes of the Front Range (Pikes Peak area) in central Colorado. It is a growing mountain community located 45 minutes from Colorado Springs. Sitting at the base of Pikes Peak, Teller County is home to elk, mule deer, fox, hawks, eagles, coyotes, badgers, black bear, and other wildlife abound in Teller County.

The are offers you a variety of geographic differences throughout the county. The county’s 559 square miles located north and northwest of Colorado Springs and Pikes Peak means everywhere in the county you will be at altitude. County residents generally live between 8200 and 10,000 feet in elevation.  Majestic Pikes Peak is in view throughout Teller County. You’ll be amazed as the “Peak” changes its appearance from the rough, jagged south wall seen from Colorado Springs to a much softer version when viewed up close at 9,000 feet. 

Topography includes rugged granite outcroppings and picture perfect mountain meadows. Interlaced within these two extremes you will find water in the form of streams, brooks, beaver ponds, lakes, and reservoirs. The arid climate and high mountain wind thermals can make the forests tinder dry quickly.

Colorado Springs and Teller County are one of the highest ranked geographic locations in America for the number of lightening strikes hitting the ground each year. Always be aware of changing mountain weather.

Florissant Fossil Beds National Monument

The Florissant Formation is a sedimentary geologic formation outcropping around Florissant, Teller County, Colorado. Enjoy hiking around this amazing area!
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. 

Mueller State Park

Hike and Explore the Beautiful Terrain on Mueller State Park

Mueller State Park is a Colorado state park encompassing 5,112 acres of land outside Divide, Colorado, west of Colorado Springs, Colorado. The park offers many outdoor activities. There are 55 miles of trails, biking, camping year-round, hunting, hiking, and horseback riding. It is open in the winter and allows snowshoeing, sledding, and snowtubing. Mueller is a diverse home to a variety of animals including elk, black bear, eagles, hawks and bighorn sheep. 

Garden of the Gods Visitor & Nature Center

Gorgeous Views!

Garden of the Gods is a 1,341.3 acre public park located in Colorado Springs, Colorado, United States. 862 acres of the park was designated a National Natural Landmark in 1971. There are spectacular trails and formations throughout out the park.

Cripple Creek and Victor Narrow Gauge Railroad

Perfect for the Railroad lover!

The Cripple Creek & Victor Narrow Gauge Railroad is a 2 ft narrow-gauge heritage railroad that operates seasonal tourist trains between Cripple Creek and the city’s outskirts to the south. The railroad uses a revitalized section of the original Midland Terminal Railway and the Florence and Cripple Creek Railroad. The railroad’s one station and around half of its route is located within the Cripple Creek Historic District, a National Historic Landmark

Gold Mine Tours Inc .

Spend the day touring the historic Gold Mines in the Area!

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.