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SOLD-17 Acre Land Located at Clear Creek, colorado
This is the opportunity for you to build your dream house or cabin on this gorgeous 17.41 acres heavily treed land, which will make you leave the crowds behind and immerse yourself in the natural wonders of Clear Creek County, where is famous as the location of the most intense early mining activity during the Colorado Gold Rush of 1859 and it’s beauty.
This land is only 8 miles from the Idaho Springs, a popular tourist town in Colorado. It also very close to Beaver Brooke Creek. You can also use this land for fishing, hunting, camping and hiking purpose.
On third of the property is steep while the top of the property (around 2/3) is fairly flat and has awesome view.
GPS Coordinates: 39.705318, -105.415883. The closet address is 1622 Beaver Brook, Canyon Road, Evergeen, Co 80439
This property was surveyed in the 80’s.
It has legal access. Currently, the physical access is not wide enough to let your 4wd to access to the property.
Set up the utility should be not an issue as there are houses fairly close to this property.