160 acres with 83 acres of CRP and 77 .6 acres of grass. The CRP contract expires October 2022. The property lays level in areas with a slight roll in others. The soils are class IV soils. The heavily sodded CRP grass gives good cover.
The property adjoins electric service along County Road 149. There’s an old well and windmill in unknown condition on the property.
Deer, antelope, coyote, fox and birds occupy the property. The heavily sodded CRP grasses provide good wildlife cover.
The property could be re-enrolled in a new CRP contract beginning in the fall of 2022 or it could be either broke out and farmed or grazed. The grassland has good building sites with views of Pikes Peak to the west.
The property is a safe income property and a good opportunity for wealth preservation in uncertain times. It would also make an ideal small ranch or building site to get away from the big cities and the challenges that they attract.
The general area is a mix of working farms and ranches and rural residential.
Located between the small communities of Simla, Matheson and Rush, Colorado, the property is 53 miles from Colorado Springs, one and a half hours from Denver and 30 miles from Limon, Colorado. Colorado Springs has an international airport with flights being added monthly.
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