The land is located with a view of Durrow Abbey. There are numerous mature trees dotted around the park. There are a number of agricultural buildings and the property is an ideal location for one residence subject to necessary content NOTE: Vendor requires option to buy back the land within a 5 year period. Vendor will lease the farm at generous rental yield in the interim. Discounted sale price to reflect these conditions. Increasing price per year with buy back option expiring at end of 5 years. Full details on sale price, rental levels, annual price increase etc on request. Directions: From Dublin take the M4 on the Sligo road to junction 11 then take the M6 as far as junction 5 and follow the N52 towards Tullamore for 4km and the entrance to the property is on the right just after the Durrow Abbey entrance. From Tullamore town centre take the N52 towards Kilbeggan. From the last roundabout on the Tullamore bypass continue for about 2.5km and the property is on the left just before the Durrow Abbey entrance. The property is located between Tullamore and Kilbeggan and adjoins the national monument Durrow Abbey, Tullamore and Kilbeggan are both a five minute drive. Tullamore is a large thriving market town.
REFNO:50643. Experience the beauty and elegance of a bye gone age at the charming 4 star approved country mansion, originally built as a castle, in 1627 and converted to a dwelling in 1748. Set in its own mature woodlands, with private access to the tranquil River Brosna overlooking a peaceful country village, right in the heart of Ireland. Just 80 kilometres from Dublin and Galway, adjacent to the N6 motorway. Luxurious extras: A mini gym is provided for the use of guests. This property has every conceivable comfort for the holiday maker and has the added facility of a Jacuzzi for the exclusive use of its valued guests. A children’s playroom is provided and an attractive library is available for the use of guests. A tennis Court is provided for the exclusive use of the guests, tennis racquets are supplied for your convenience The avenue and grounds are tarmac to provide comfort for guests. Golf outings can be pre arranged for guests. A historic house in a peaceful setting adjacent to many of the midlands famous heritage and tourism attractions. Clonmacnoise is just a short drive, likewise Durrow abbey and the shrine of St manchan crafted at Clonmacnoise is situated in the local parish church at Boher. Ballycumber House is situated in the village of Ballycumber which is just seven kilometres from the M6 Dublin Galway motorway, and approx ten minutes drive from the town of Moate, twenty minutes drive from Tullamore and likewise from Athlone, which is often described as the centre of Ireland. Accommodation: Telephone and fax facilities, open fires and TV in all 7 bedrooms, 3 lavishly furnished reception rooms, fully equipped games rooms, beautiful rock gardens, riverside walks and your very own watch tower, bicycles available, golfing, superb network of golf courses within 12 kilometres, fishing, private fishing on the estate, Shannon and Grand Canal within 10 kilometres, equestrian, excellent facilities nearby, walking, excellent walks nearby, pubs and good restaurants. Golf can be arranged for your added enjoyment at Mount Temple Golf Club just a short drive away. The property is just a short distance from the ancient monastic site of Clonmacnoise, and is adjacent to other popular tourist attractions, Lockes Distillery, Tullamore Dew Heritage centre are just a short drive away. Birr Castle and Belvedere House and gardens are within forty minutes drive. This property is an ideal venue for touring the Irish countryside, all areas of the country can be reached on a day visit. There are excellent bus connections to Dublin and Galway, and the train station is just three miles, taxi services are available in the village. Facilities Include: Towels & Linen provided. Fitness room. Hair dryer & Jacuzzi. Central heating. Fridge & freezer. Microwave & Oven. Washing machine & Clothes dryer. Coffee maker & Toaster. Dish washer & cooking utensils. Iron & board. Hob & 4 ring stove & grill. Tennis court, terrace, barbecue. Parking & garden. Satellite TV, DVD, Video player, Radio. Computer available & Wireless broadband. Game room with pool table & books. Tennis Court. Tourist Attractions Nearby: Ballybrittan Castle, Bellfield House Gardens, Belmont Mill & Artists Studios, Birr Castle & Irelands Historic Science Centre, Charleville Castle, Clara Bog, Cloghan Castle, Clonmacnoise, Leap Castle, Mossfield Organic Farm, Lough Boora Parklands, Slieve Bloom Mountains. Many activities to choose from include: Angling, Equestrian, Leisure Centres, Childrens Activities, Arts & Crafts, Cycling, Golf, Pitch & Put, Outdoor Activities, Cruising, Walking, Bird Watching, Theatra & Cinema. http://www.arkadia.com/thdy-t14673/
Annaghmore House is an elegant two storey residence approached by a long avenue. It sits on c. 10 acres which surrounds the house and is made up of gardens, mature woodland, a large walled garden and the courtyard to the rare of the house. The house dates back to c. 1835, with a wing to the rear which is most likely older. As you enter the house you are immediately surprised by the magnificent hall and grand staircase. The front block of the houses consists of many fine reception rooms and bedrooms rooms, all with decorative period features, high ceilings and windows with shutters. There are interesting pilaster works through out the front house and a very ornate staircase. To the rear of the main house there is a large courtyard, with is entered through an ashlar frontispiece, over which is a fine geometric bellcote of ashlar limestone.
The property is a superb country house and a charming family home approached via an impressive tree lined avenue in a parkland setting with lovely mature woodland and gardens. The house, a three-bay two storey castellated country house dates back to 1815 built on the site of an O'Carroll castle. The eclectic character of the residence is owed to the fact that it was constructed in various phases, the most notable of which resulted in the addition of its fine nineteenth century gothic revival frontage with terminating towers and a cenelated parapet. It was originally the family seat of the Minchin family. The main house consists of many fine reception rooms, large bedrooms, which are all bright well proportioned rooms.
There is also permission to change the use to residential. Grant date: 09/ 04/ 2010. The granite former school house is included in the sale which is directly opposite the church. Liss Church was built c.1820, three bay, single cell church, with a west tower, built of coursed rubble limestone with diamond-shaped narrow pointed windows. The west tower has three stages, pinnacles and crennelations and is very nicely placed opposite the gable-ended, granite four bay former primary school. There are two Music and Literature two-light windows in Liss Church. The first window was commissioned by Mrs. Mulock in 1928 and was completed by Clarke in 1928 and was completed by Clarke in 1929. The second window was based on the original design by Clarke and completed c.1932 by the studios after Harry Clarke's death. The School House is a detached four-bay single-storey, granite, former primary school, built c.1840, with return and extension to rear. Liss Church and school house is in the parish if Grogan and Corroe just outside the village of Ballycumber. Dublin is 115km accessed by the M6/M4 motorway which is 5km from the properties. The busy town of Tullamore is just 9km with all the conveniences of the larger super markets and stores. The local primary school is about 0.5miles from the two properties. The town of Moate is 5km. Directions: Coming from Dublin take the M4(Sligo/Galway road) and at junction 11 exit onto the M6(Galway/Athlone
Located close to the village of Carrigallen, the lands are in permanent grass of mixed with quality on an elevated site, with stunning views across Lough Calloughs. There is no road frontage. This is an ideal location for one residence subject to necessary contents. There is a right of way in favour of the health officer to service the water pumping station. Directions Go through the village of Carrigallen on the R204 heading west. From the post office in Carrigallan continue for 1.3km and then take a right up a lane for 0.11km and the land is in front of you. The property is located up a lane 1.3km from this pretty picturesque village. Carrigallen has a number of pubs, a shop, post office and a school. Cavan town is about a twenty minutes drive and is a thriving market town.
The lands are in grass with about 10 acres of marginal land and the remaining 60 acres is of good quality. At the highest point with stunning views there are a number of agricultural buildings and is an ideal location for one residence subject to necessary contents. NOTE: Vendor requires option to buy back the land within a 5 year period. Vendor will lease the farm at generous rental yield in the interim. Discounted sale price to reflect these conditions. Increasing price per year with buy back option expiring at end of 5 years. Full details on sale price, rental levels, annual price increase etc on request. Directions: Continue straight through Killmallock on the Ardpatrick road (R512) until you reach the village of Ballingaddy at the church turn right the land is on your right hand side. There are 4 entrance gates on two roads The property is located on the edge of the village of Ballingaddy and is about 1.7km to the railway bridge at Kilmallock. Limerick city is about a 30 minute drive and about 1 hour to Cork.
On the edge of the town of Kilmallock, the lands are in permanent grass surrounded by high hedging and bound by two roads. There is extensive road frontage on both roads. This is an ideal location for one residence subject to necessary contents. Directions Continue straight through Kilmallock on the Ardpatrick road (R512) until you reach the railway bridge go over the bridge and turn right the land is on your left hand side and also continues along the main road. There are 4 entrance gates on two roads.
Gortboy land is a very attractive non residential farm laid out in grass, on the edge of the town of Kilmallock. The lands are in permanent grass surrounded by high hedging and bound by two roads. There is road frontage on to local cul de sac which also has access to Former Mill and rear access to well known Kilmallock Mart. An ideal location suitable for numerous uses. Directions: From Limerick proceed to Kilmallock Town, turn right at Fitzgerald Electrical and left just past the GAA field. Go to T junction and turn right. Land is on right hand side. Note: Access also retained over main service road through the existing new Glen Grove housing development on the main Charleville Road. The property is located to the rear of the Kilmallock mart at the edge of Kilmallock town and has access to the Kilmallock/Charleville road. Limerick city is about a thirty minute drive and about an hour to Cork.
Located at the shores of Clogher Lake the house is approached along an avenue lined with copper beeches, beeches and oaks and is surrounded by its own c 94 acres leading to the extensive lakeshore frontage. As the avenue sweeps off to the front of the house, catching the first glimpses of the lake, veering to the right is a back entrance to the courtyard and farm buildings. The residence makes a superb family home, which is well located, benefiting from being centrally set within its own lands and enjoying fine views over mature parkland down to the lake. The house is conveniently laid out and although it impresses by its grandeur it very much feels like a home. The rooms are bright, well proportioned and are a showcase of Georgian architecture. Throughout the house there are exquisite features, such as the corniced ceilings, the wood panelled recessed windows and the impressive antique fireplaces. Directions: from the bridge in Carrick-on-Shannon continue on the N4 Sligo Road for 4.6miles then take the left hand turn signposted for Croghan and there is a white lodge style house on the corner. Continue along this road and over the Railway Bridge and veer to the right. Continue for 2.6miles until you reach a T Junction (there is a sign on the T Junction for Ashford Croghan) take a right hand turn signed Ballyboy Farm. Continue for 0.5 miles and Moylurg is on the left hand side with blue c
One enters Sleighduff through natural stone walls and electric gates up a tree lined avenue with back round lighting on both sides which leads up to the farm house and equine centre. 4 bed Traditional farm house Full planning permission for 2 storey 6,803 sq.ft house Full planning permission for 6 holiday home cottages Equine centre (37,814 sq.ft) 32 Monarch Stables in American barn Indoor arena 70.5m x 31m Outdoor arena ready for surfacing 50m x 80m Ample Parking Outhouses/barns 8 fenced turnout paddocks, designated area for 9 further sand paddocks Excellent quality land in grass. Directions From Dublin proceed on to the M11 take exit 21, third right off the first roundabout (signposted Inch) second right off second roundabout (signposted ballynattin), up hill straight through 1st crossroads (signposted Johnstown 5km), stay left at Y junction, left at next T junction, 100 yards on the right hand side of the road. Sleighduff sits in an exceptional location at the edge of the quaint village of Johnstown. The thriving town of Arklow is minutes away and Dublin is an hour?s drive. The M11 is 7km from the property.
This is a great opportunity to acquire a prime agricultural holding situated in an extremely good location, off the M4, outside Enfield and Longwood. This is a great opportunity to acquire a prime agricultural holding with a ruin of a house, and a hay barn. The property is entered via a farm gate off the road, with cattle handling facilities, it is laid out in one block, bound by natural hedging, with free draining soil, it is currently in grass. The property provides an ideal opportunity for an intending purchaser to apply for planning permission for one or more residences subject to the necessary consents. '+CHR(13)+ Longwood c.5 km, Enfield c.8 km, M4 c.8 km,
Located in a tranquil setting,the original house & gate lodge have been sympathetically restored and upgraded. This is a working stud farm & the highly regarded Clononeen herd of coloured cobs have been bred & exported since the 1970s. A unique opportunity to acquire a country house and working stud farm in immaculate condition located in a tranquil setting. Main Residence: Open plan kitchen/living room, 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, cloakroom, utility room, walk-in hot press, boot room, office. The main house extends to approx. 2,000 sq. ft. (186 sq. m.) Gate Lodge: Open plan kitchen/living room, 2 bedrooms 1 en suite, bathroom & utility room. Total approx. 850 sq. ft. (78.9 sq. m.) Main Stable Yard: American Barn 10 Lodden boxes, adjoining vet room, 4 large barns (one in stables), 2 large lean-tos, two-storey stone barn including pump-room, tack room, storage areas, extensive concrete yards, arena, machinery yard. Second Yard: Second surfaced yard in the centre of the farm with 30 x 20 shed. Lands: Lands extend to c. 16.16ha (40 acres), laid out in grass, postand- railed, electric fencing and piped water throughout, internal access through fields and convenient road entrances. Dublin 108 km (67 miles), Limerick 85 km (53 miles), Kilkenny 56 km (35 miles), Nenagh 38 km (24 miles), Portlaoise 27 (16 miles), Roscrea 10km (6 miles), Borris-in-Ossory 1.6km (1 mile). Directions: From Dublin: Take the M7 past Portlaoise to the turn-off (Junction 21) for Borris-in-Ossory (approx. 70 minutes in normal traffic from the Red Cow roundabout). Then take the turn left for Limerick on the old N7 at the final roundabout, then first right after about 800 metres. Clononeen Stud is 300 m
The property is approached by electronic gates and has the benefit of c.11 acres of land together with useful farm buildings. Gilltown Farmhouse is truly a property with a difference, with all the charm of a period farmhouse together with an exceptionally constructed modern extension filled with bright and spacious accommodation. The farmhouse dates back to the Mid 18th century, and in recent years has been meticulously and sensitively restored to perfect condition. To the rear of the farmhouse there is a wide and light filled hallway which continues to the rear accommodation. Great thought has been put into the residence on a whole and it now presents itself as a fantastic family home, with numerous reception rooms and quiet space to relax in; together with 4/5 bedrooms. Features: All walls are double insulated Interior walls of the extension are 9inch thick Solid mahogany windows throughout and double glazed in the modern wing Dimmer lights throughout Wooden floors are 1inch thick Canadian walnut floors Gilltown Farmhouse is located in the Boyne Valley and Beauparc is a quiet country area, with beautiful tree lined roads and countryside, making it a very desirable location. Travelling time to Dublin has been shortened with the opening of the M2 bypassing Ashbourne and the M1 motorway, which is only 9.6 km (6 miles) at Drogheda and will bring you into the city centre in 50 minutes.
With great scope to extend, subject to planning permission, no.35 is conveniently located in a sought after and established residential location close to Monkstown & Blackrock villages with excellent shopping and transport facilities. Accommodation comprises 2 reception rooms, kitchen/breakfast room, 2 bathrooms and three bedrooms. There is a substantial double garage which could easily be converted, and a mature rear garden approximately 50ft deep. To the front of the property is ample car parking facilities. No. 35 would be ideal for an investor, family, young couple or someone who wishes to downsize. A perfect opportunity to acquire a spacious home in this desirable location. Coming from Stradbrook Road, travel up to the roundabout and take the first turning to the left, No. 35 is on the right hand side before the turn off for Monkstown Farm.
Boswell sits in an exceptional location on c 36 acres at the edge of the quaint village of Ashford and 1.5 miles off the N11 which now leads on to the M50 directly to the airport. One enters Boswell through natural stone walls and pillars up a sweeping avenue bound on either side by a magical pine woodland which leads you through electric wrought iron gates to the front of the house or through a separate entrance around to the stable yards. The main house which was built in 1741 is a comfortable light and spacious family home which has been renovated and decorated to a very high standard. On the west side of the house there is a large guest wing which has amazing potential uses or could be incorporated into the main family home. The gardens at Boswell house boasts a variety of mature old trees, shrubs and lawned areas. There is also a separate cosy Barbecue area surrounded by a newly planted orchard. From every corner of the stud farm there are different breath taking views of the Wicklow Countryside within this hidden oasis. From Wicklow go through Ashford village at the roundabout take first exit for Roundwood keep right at the fork continue for 2.5 km and the entrance is on the left hand side.
PROSPECT HOUSE, BALLYCUMBER, CO. OFFALY / CO. WESTMEATH - IRELAND Georgian Residence on c. 25.7 acres (959 hectares) A unique opportunity to acquire a well-proportioned Georgian house, which has been renovated to a high standard by the present owners and is now in immaculate condition set in the middle of its own private grounds. Main Residence: Large entrance hall, drawing room, dining room, kitchen and breakfast room, sitting room, 4 bedrooms, 3 en-suite, main bathroom, guest w/c., larder, utility room, cloak room, back entrance hall, basement cellar with 4 large vaulted rooms. Outbuildings: Coach house with 2 double door access, workroom, 2 stone barns, 5 large storage tunnels. Lands: Lands extend to c.23.7 acres (9.59 ha) of grassland with stud fencing Gardens: Laid out in lawns around the house and an extensive well maintained walled garden LOCATION Prospect House is situated on the outskirts of Ballycumber village, located in the heart of the midlands, close to the adjoining boarders of Co. Westmeath and Co. Offaly. With over half the country within an hours drive and six national routes all nearby. Prospect House is 8km from the M4 Motorway, Athlone 23km is a thriving business, tourism, college and shopping town situated on the River Shannon. Kilbeggan 14km, one of Ireland’s tourist towns, famous for its Whiskey Distillery and Horseracing. Easy access to the M5 Motorway, Dublin within 1hr, Dublin Airport 1hr 20mins. Galway City Centre, 1hr 10mins, Galway is one of Europe’s fastest growing cities. There is an extensive choice of schools available in the area. Moate, 8km, which has a Junior School and Community School. Private Boarding and/or Day Schools with in easy commute, Our Lady’s Bower, Athlone (Girls), St Finian's College, Mullingar (Boys), Wilson's Hospital School, Multyfarnham (52 mins) (Boys and Girls). 3rd Level Facilities with in an hours drive or less - Athlone Institute of Technology, National University of Ireland Galway, Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology, and NUI Maynooth. HOUSE DESCRIPTION Prospect House is a double fronted traditional Georgian house, dating back to the 1750’s. The residence is approached by a winding tree lined avenue which curves to the front entrance and also continues on to the back yard. The house is approached by a flight of limestone steps to double doors. On entering the main hall there is an immediate feeling of spaciousness, which continues throughout the house. On the ground floor there are generously proportioned rooms including a drawing room, dining room and there is also a family sitting room and large kitchen with an arch to conservatory style breakfast room. There are four large bedrooms on the first floor and the attic, which is now closed up, also has three further rooms. The house has a full size basement which is accessed through the back hall. The basement, which has the original stone flag floor, also has its own private bar and a wine cellar. There are windows in three rooms and the temperature remains at 11 degrees all year round. The reception rooms are bright and are enhanced by their pleasant proportions. The house boasts many of the Georgian features such as corniced ceilings, antique fireplaces and recessed shuttered windows. To the rear of the property is a large courtyard, which house many useful outbuildings. The property boasts many fine mature trees, both on the tree-lined avenue and on the lands around the property, the most famous trees being the Lebanese Blue Cedar tree, which is 250 years old. The main garden is in the original walled garden, which the present owners have cultivated and put a lot of hard work into making it the oasis it is. AMENITIES Golf The main golf courses of the area are the Tullamore Golf Club and Esker Hills Golf Club, further a field there is also Glasson and Moate Golf Clubs. Hunting Prospect House is well placed for those who enjoy hunting, the Brosna Foxhounds, the Steamstown Harriers and the South Westmeath Harriers are all close by, while there is also the famous Ormonde pack and the Kildare and Laois Hunts. Racing Race-goers are well catered for with racecourses such as the Kilbeggan Race Course at Kilbeggan, which is only 14 km away. The Curragh Racecourse in Co. Kildare is 50 miles away. Shopping Ballycumber will provide all the daily requirements and near by are Moate and Kilbeggan both with good shopping facilities. The towns of Athlone (14 miles) and Tullamore (9 miles) are with in easy reach, are busy centres with all the necessary amenities large Shopping Centres and amenities. Railway Station There is a railway station in Clara, which is 4 miles away from Prospect House, the trains run between Dublin and Galway. Travel time to Dublin is 1.5 hours, arriving in Huston Station. ACCOMMODATION Hall Wooden floor, corniced ceiling with large centre rose, 9.6m x 3.7m marble period fireplace, original wood staircase with mahogany banister. Drawing Room Carpeted floor, corniced ceiling with centre rose, two 5.9m x 5.4m recessed windows with shutters, grey marble fireplace Max Measurement with brass inset, door to dining room. Dining Room Carpeted floor, corniced ceiling with centrepiece, 3.8m x 6m decorative wooden fireplace, recessed window with shutters. Sitting Room Carpeted floor, corniced ceiling with centre rose, two 5.5m x 4m recessed windows with shutters and fireplace Cloakroom Wooden floor, hanging rail, stained glass window and 2.7m x 4.4m separate w.c. which has tiled floor and walls, w.h.b. Utility Room Plumbed for washing machine, dryer. 3.7m x 2.1m Kitchen Tiled floor, part tiled walls, four door AGA cooker, 6.3m x 4.1m custom-built pine kitchen with an arch leading to: Breakfast Room Tiled floor, surrounded by windows and door to 2.3m x 6m terrace. Larder Room Tiled floor, tiled walls, built in cupboards and 3.4m x 3m shelving, door to larder cupboard. Back Hall Double wood framed doors with original fan light 3m x 7m above, 2 velux windows, steps to the basement. FIRST FLOOR RETURN Dressing Room With large hotpress. 2.1m x 4.3m Main Bathroom Wooden floor, part wood panelled walls, original 2.lm x 3.8m porcelain w.c. with high cistern, a roll top bath, w.h.b., ‘Tritorn’ power shower FIRST FLOOR Landing Wooden floors, corniced ceiling and large centre rose, 3 3.6m x 6.8m windows. Bedroom 1 Carpeted floor, corniced ceiling, black marble fireplace, 4m x 6m recessed arch, recessed window with shutters. Bedroom 2 Carpeted floor, walk in closet, recessed window with 5.5m x 4m shutters. En-suite bathroom with ‘Triton’ power shower, carpeted floor, part wood panelled walls, w.c. and w.h.b.. Bedro Key selling points: Georgian House on 25.7 Acres Main Residence With 4 Large Bedrooms Outbuildings - Coach House & 2 Stone Barns Lands - Grassland With Stud Fencing Extensive Walled Garden Immaculate Condition 250 Year Old Lebanese Blue Cedar Tree Tree Lined Avenue 1 Hour From Galway City 1 Hour From Dublin Airport. http://www.arkadia.com/zpoc-t2905177/
1800 SQ FT Custom RANCH $291,000
$529,000 LOVELAND Custom ranch in a gated community in the foothills of Loveland. Superior detail, a 3 bd, 2.5ba with an incredible open floor plan a covered patio and porch. Hardwood floors, granite slab countertops, and high end touches, this new construction home is second to none! Leah Ludwick 970-227-2747. MLS# 663044
FAMILY DELIGHT! Clean as a whistle. This bright 3 bedroom 2 bath home with a wonderful private yard, is close to schools and the parks. With a 3rd bedroom that could be used as a bonus room for an office or playroom for the kids. Super neighborhood & Schools . An outstanding buy at $239,900. #121403
Great price on a larger modular on 70 acres, 2052 SF with 4 bedrooms and 3 baths, 3 car detached garage, separate workshop, Home needs cosmetic TLC.
Views, water, trees and meadows make this 37+/- acres ideally situated to enjoy the best of what the Wet Mountain Valley has to offer. Oak Creek traverses the western side of the property, a magnet for the abundant wildlife in the area. Stunning rock outcroppings are east of the creek. Farther east is a forested plateau, where you will be surrounded by wonderful views of both the Sangre de Cristo Mountains and the Wet Mountains. The land is nicely forested with ponderosa, fir, junipers and gambol oak. The center of the property has a lovely meadow where horses can graze and you can situate a home placed so you can see it all. Electricity is available in two places. This property in Dilley Ranch is located so you have close easy access to the National Forest. It is also easy to reach the quaint mountain town of Westcliffe and front range cities.
This parcel of 7.52 Acres is adjacent to the town of Westcliffe on the Bluff above Grape Creek. It is rare to find a property like this one, close to town. The fabulous views of the Valley Floor and the Sangre de Cristo Mountain Range are breathtaking. City water is available. Horses and livestock are welcome. The property is fenced. If you want to build your dream home on property with these dazzling views and be close to town with easy year round access, you need to see this 7.52+/- acre parcel. $185,000.
Escape from the world on this convenient and secluded getaway. This 447 acre Ranch is one of the premier properties between Powderhorn and Lake City. Very easy Highway 149 access with views that seem to go on and on. Cabin and barn are in place making for an easy transition for your custom mountain retreat.
Colorado Ranch for Sale! The House of Trees where a tree-lined road leads to an unpretentious yet dramatic mountain retreat, conveniently-located, easily-accessible, and, yet with a very private feel. The treed pastoral setting affords 360 degree panoramic views of the Sangre de Cristo Mountain Range, Pikes Peak and Lake DeWeese. The 108+ gently rolling acres is horse friendly; improvements include a barn with apartment, fencing, pond with windmill, an outdoor riding arena and private access into thousands of acres of BLM. This classic lodge-look 4080 SF home has hand-hewn half log siding (interior & exterior) with over a mile of chinking and full log corners. An incredible sense of space has been crafted by the owner-architect and the artistic use of art and furnishings creates a serene and comfortable feel. The huge great room with its massive 35 foot moss rock fireplace is the perfect spot to entertain whether it's 1 or 100! Soaring ceilings and an open balcony area on the second level, give this space an even more open feel. Western and southwestern decor throughout the home, along with top-of-the-line amenities, are the perfect combination for this distinctive home. Reminiscent of a slower-paced time, expansive, covered upper and lower decks are the perfect place to take in the commanding mountain and lake views. Located approximately 75 miles from Colorado Springs and only minutes from the quaint town of Westcliffe, you'll enjoy wildlife-viewing or big game hunting in this undiscovered mountain valley, boating or fishing at Lake DeWeese or first-class fly-fishing and rafting in the Arkansas River, just 30 minutes away. Skiing at Monarch Ski Area is only 90 minutes away. For hikers or backpackers, Rainbow Trail (which runs from Salida to Westcliffe for 100 miles along the eastern edge of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains), can be accessed just west of town. This exceptional property is being offered turn-key - come and experience "The House of Trees"!