We are on a Colorado kick right now and it’s easy to see why. With exquisite land opportunities to build your dream home, there’s a lot to love about the Centennial State. Case in point, this exceptionally rare land listing bordering Rocky Mountain National Park.
A Coveted Colorado Address
It offers 2,000 feet bordering picturesque Rocky Mountain National Park! This makes it a land listing worth noting. And it is great for buyers looking to build in the Rockies.
What Makes The Land So Special?
A whopping 1,000 feet of frontage along the North Inlet Stream, is coupled by 2,000 feet of frontage on the Tonahutu Stream. And the best part? It encompasses a total of 52 acres near the east end of Grand Lake Village!
“The 52 fenced acres are tucked away in a peaceful valley just over the hill from the charming vacation home and tourist destination village of Grand Lake. And also Colorado’s largest natural lake, Grand Lake,” says listing agent, Will O’Donnell of Mountain Lake Properties.
Your Backyard Is 250,000 Acres Of Federal Preserve
As the owner of this rare offering, your backyard consists of 250,000 acres of Federally designated preserve, i.e. Rocky Mountain National Park. It borders the property and protects the views and serenity.
“Two streams consisting of 3000 feet of frontage, wander through the property,” O’Donnell adds.
And Its Micro-Environments Set It Apart
In fact, he tells us the property has several micro-environments. From a gnome forest following the Tonahutu Creek, to the high overlooks with views of Grand Lake and up to the Continental Divide via the North Inlet valley, to the riparian stream-front and grazing lands frequented by herds of Elk and Moose.
“These attributes exist in very few properties,” says O’Donnell. “This opportunity would be the dream property to purchase and build a compound to share with immediate or extended family members. Family and guests can enjoy the activities in town by just walking over the hill. They can go into the deep back country by walking up the North Inlet Trail into the National Park. Or they can stay close to the mountain home you build and fish, horseback ride, or get lost in the enchanting environs.”
Live Out Your Rocky Mountain Dream
O’Donnell says the seller is in the process of dividing the land into three parcels. And Grand County says they would support a higher density. Although, creating more than three parcels would cause you the need for an augmentation plan for water. Access is at the end of Tonahutu Drive, just off Tunnel Road in the NE 1/4 of Section 5, Township 3 North, Range 75 W. R309200
Will O’Donnell with Mountain Lake Properties has listed the Tonahutu Drive land holding in Grand County, Colorado for $3.5 million.