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Few people have ever heard of Locke Mountain Ranch in Fremont County Colorado. Even the nearest neighbors don’t explore the area. Well off the beaten path, Locke Mountain Ranch is a hidden surprise. South of Canon City, South West of Florence (Antique Capital of Colorado) the main way up is to take the roads out from Williamsburg, Coal Creek and Rockvale. The North Side entrance offers miles and miles of views to the East toward Pueblo, in some places you can see Pueblo Reservoir. The South entrance is easily missed, surrounded by pinion, pine and other indigenous trees. Locke Mountain … Click For More
Attached below is a short form that you can fill in and print out. This will give Dena Stevens, your REALTOR, more information on you and what kind of property you are looking to buy, the area and other details. This will give both you and I a better, more focused idea of what to expect from each other. Although this sounds like a simple idea it’s important to focus and not waste time in finding the right property! We don’t want to look at or for the wrong property. If you really want a mountain view and I’m showing … Click For More
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Check out the Beulah serenity and Colorado views of this captivating property. There is a stream and wet canyon on site. A great buy in these times. Viewing is by appointment. Property not accessible without agent and prior appointment. Please Comment and Share!
If you want to buy property along the Arkansas River in either Pueblo or Fremont county you aren’t alone! It’s purely supply and demand for river front property. And if you just want a river view, you’ll have to wait for that too! Most of the land along the Arkansas River is spoken for either by the State, County or City, even BLM. Large portions of undeveloped land along the Arkansas River are privately owned and have been passed down generation to generation. The land you see along the river that is not developed is probably in conservation, it will … Click For More