Gorgeous 100 acre mountain hideaway with views of Lamborn and Land's End peaks as well as the multicolored cliff faces of Grand Mesa. Known as "The Basin" and only 15 minutes from Paonia on a graded graveled road, the Roatcap Creek valley is a secluded area at 6900 feet elevation west of Stucker Mesa. Once a cattle ranch this 100 acre parcel is now within conservation easement where deer, elk, and turkey take advantage this peaceful enclave. In the middle of the property at the highest point is a 6 acre building envelope overlooking a registered pond, and 2 sizeable pastures.Roatcap creek bisects the northern portion of the property which also borders BLM. Only 2 other property owners in the The Basin have use of the deeded access road. There are no water rights for this parcel, only the natural runoff and precipitation from Grand Mesa which fill a registered retention pond. One property owner does have a well in place but water treatment is required for domestic use. Possibilities for keeping horses or limited non-commercial livestock. Its a perfect location for your off the grid cabin or even a year round homestead if you've got the pioneer spirit! (((NOTE: Neighboring 185 acre parcel with water rights and 2 homes concurrently for sale. Own a 285 acre end of the road ranch with water!)))) NO SHOWINGS WITHOUT LISTING AGENT. LOCKED GATE PRIVATE PROPERTY.
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