Make Your Summer the Best One Yet – Become a Property Owner in Colorado! 5 Acres for Only $199 a Month!

Payment Options

Discounted Cash Price

$11,999 $12,999
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Owner Financing Price

$12,999 Plus Interest
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Payment Note(s)

Minimum of $249 as document/set up fee and $751 of equity for a total of $1,000 down.
Cash price is $11,999, or you can finance this property for $12,999. Monthly payment of only $199!

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. 
Ready to make this yours? Email Kristy at [email protected] or Call or Text her at 971-248-6715


Have any plans for the summer? Why not spend your free time camping and enjoying nature on this 5.01 acre property in Hartsel Ranch in Park County? Only minutes to Hartsel to stock up and only a short drive from TONS of outdoor fun like hiking, biking, hunting, and more. Escape the heat, or the busy city and spend your time in the Colorado Mountains instead.

You can OWN this property with only $1,000 down and $199 a month. We offer our owner financing with NO credit checks and no hidden fees. Its the perfect way to start investing in your future and buy something that is a tangible asset – PROPERTY!

There is no minimum square footage, or a time limit to build. So take your time and design your dream home, or live the simple life and have a tiny home!

Check out the pictures of similar properties we have sold in the area and imagine getting to spend your free time here enjoying the great outdoors!

Park County CO is a great place for relaxing or adventures! Some must see places in the area are Kenosha Pass, Mt Lincoln, Mt Sherman, Hoosier Pass, and Pike National Forest.  This is truly a place that the whole family can enjoy all year round!
Summer activities include hiking, mountain biking, fishing, horseback riding, and 4×4 exploring over high passes, including the highest continuous automobile road in North America (13,000 feet above sea level), Mosquito Pass.
Winter recreation includes winter social events, snowmobiling, snowshoeing, back country skiing, and ice fishing.

The perfect spot to get away and feel like you are in the middle of nowhere, but Its not too far from town when you need to stock up:

Hartsel, CO ( 6 mins / 3.8 miles )
Colorado Springs, CO – 1 h 21 min (68.3 miles) 
Pueblo, CO – 1 h 47 min (97.3 miles) 
Denver, CO – 2 h 3 min (107 miles) 

Google Map Link:
4 Corner GPS Coordinates:
NW GPS 38.9817, -105.7685
NE GPS 38.9811, -105.7672
SW GPS 38.9806, -105.7693 (Road)
SE GPS 38.9799, -105.7680 (Road)

Zoning: Residential – There is no minimum square footage requirement, and the building height shall not exceed 35 feet. . Mobile Homes are not allowed.
Camping – A permit is required for camping more than two weeks per year and camping units may not be left on lots when not in use.
RVs – For up to 2 weeks without permit- can get permit for up to 2 months

  • PRICING: Discount Cash Price: $11,999.00 or alternatively…Owner Financing Price:  $12,999, $249 down for the doc fee (non-refundable) and $751 in equity for a total of $1,000 down. Monthly payment: $199/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]

Property Information

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Nearest Cities


Parcel Number



Cohonina Rd, Hartsel, CO 80449, USA

Legal Description

HARTSEL RANCH UNIT 104 LOT 5579 R527532 TR00 24760









Dirt Road


Solar, Wind or Generator


Wells or Cistern


Oil/ Gas


38°58’50.2″N 105°46’09.5″W



Purchase Information/Fees


Property Taxes

$8/mo pro-rated is included within the monthly payment for owner financed properties


There’s no HOA for this property


Note Servicing Fee

Monthly bookkeeping cost for owner financed properties.

Nearby Attractions/City

Park County Colorado

Gorgeous Park County Views

Unlike many surrounding counties, most of Park County has changed very little over the years. The wide open ranchland still hosts cattle, bison, elk, deer, and antelope, and the forests are home to bears, mountain lions, foxes, and lynx.

Residents of Park County have the privilege of living among the breathtaking scenery and abundant outdoor recreational opportunities that are a part of this area. Many of the historic buildings, mining camps, towns, ranches, and natural wonders are available for the visitor to enjoy.

Kenosha Pass

Kenosha Pass, elevation 10,000 ft, is a high mountain pass located in the Rocky Mountains of central Colorado in the United States. The pass is located in the Rocky Mountains southwest of Denver, Colorado, just northeast of the town of Fairplay, Colorado. Geologically, the pass is located atop a large granite batholith that forms the spine of the Front Range along the eastern side of South Park. It is traversed by US 285 between Jefferson and Grant, and provides a route between the valley of the North Fork South Platte River and the headwaters of the South Platte River in South Park. In addition to providing one of the principal access routes to South Park, the pass offers dramatic views of the surrounding Rockies, including the nearby peaks of Mount Evans and Mount Bierstadt.

San Isabel National Forest

San Isabel National Forest is located in central Colorado. 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, Leadville, and Salida.

Spinney Mountain State Park

Spinney Mountain State Park is a Colorado state park located in South Park in Park County, Colorado, United States. The park centers on the Spinney Mountain Reservoir, which is popular with anglers. The reservoir and surrounding land is owned by the City of Aurora, Colorado, which uses the reservoir for municipal water storage. The park itself is managed by Colorado Parks and Wildlife. At high water, the reservoir’s surface lies at 8,710 feet above sea level. It has a capacity of 53,651 acre feet.

Hoosier Pass

Hoosier Pass is a high mountain pass in central Colorado, in the Rocky Mountains of the western United States. The name derives from Indiana, nicknamed the “Hoosier State,” which was the original home of many pioneers. The pass is located on the Continental Divide at the northern end of the Mosquito Range, in a gap between Mount Lincoln and Hoosier Ridge. It sits on the boundary between Park and Summit counties. The pass provides a route between the headwaters of the Blue River to the north and the headwaters of the South Platte River in South Park to the south. It is traversed by State Highway 9 between the towns of Breckenridge and Fairplay. The highway over the pass provides an alternative route from Denver to the ski areas near Breckenridge and Keystone. It is generally open all year round, is traversable by all vehicles in good weather, but is occasionally closed during winter storms. The road over the pass has a smooth approach on the south side but has several switchbacks on the north side with a grade of 8%. This pass is the highest point on the TransAmerica Trail, a transcontinental bicycle route that stretches from Yorktown, Virginia to Astoria, Oregon.