18495 Currant Creek Road, Cedaredge, Colorado, 81413
This off-grid property consists of 181 total acres that borders BLM. The property lies north of Cedaredge, CO in the Currant Creek drainage above Cactus Park. The property has been mostly fenced and locked gates ensure privacy. The Grand Mesa National Forest connects to the BLM, but no public access exists from the access road ensuring your privacy. The improvements consist of a camper/trailer inside of a wood framed enclosure, an outhouse and a metal building with workshop, storage and is large enough to store your ATV or side x side. The camper is a 1993 ALJO Alliance Trailer, 29’ X 8’ with an efficient solar unit with a generator backup and a cistern provides water. Numerous elk, deer, black bear and other wildlife frequent this property and the surrounding area.
If you are seeking an off-grid compound with plenty of privacy in an incredible mountain setting and is definitely worthy of your attention. The road leading to this off-grid property has 3 locked gates. While there is no winter maintenance on part of the access road, it is well-maintained and could be accessible throughout the year with a little snow plowing from time to time. The enclosed building around the camper provides additional shelter and has a wood burning stove, sitting and viewing area with passive solar windows, water and solar electricity. This secluded off-grid property will certainly appeal to the survivalist and prepper minded individuals. A separate solar powered electric fence surrounds the improvements to keep cattle and wildlife at bay.
This 181 acre property is located in GMU 52 with over-the-counter elk tags available for archery and 2nd & 3rd rifle season. Muzzleloading, 1st & 4th rifle season are draw only. Resident elk herds migrate through the property on a regular basis and the creek bottom provides an attraction for mule deer, moose and black bear as well. The property has several nice open meadows and beautiful rock outcroppings overlooking the creek valley floor below. The 181 acres qualifies the owner to apply for land owner tags and hunting on and in the surrounding area can be quite productive. A record book black bear was taken on the neighboring property in 2018 and Boone & Crockett mule deer have been taken in the nearby Grand Mesa National Forest over the past few years.
The views from this opportune mountain property extend all the way to the San Juan Mountains near Telluride. ATV trails navigate throughout this amazing property and allow you to reach every corner. The adjacent BLM is prime for exploration and the Grand Mesa National Forest lies just beyond. Currently there is a cattle grazing lease in place to keep the property taxes in agricultural status. A seasonal water supply and good perimeter fencing makes this property an excellent place to graze cattle or horses in the summer months. Just a mere 25 minutes from the town of Cedaredge, this private oasis is close to dining, shops, hardware store with lumberyard and many other small-town amenities.