This scenic foothills ranch offers dramatic wooded buttes, mesa tops, ridges, and hillsides that surround rolling pasture lands. Priced at only $575 per acre. The ranch offers sweeping views of the entire southern range including the Spanish Peaks, the Sangre De Cristo Range, Greenhorn Mountain, the Wet Mountain Range and Pikes Peak. You will not find a better priced property this close to the I-25 corridor. The property is only a 10 minute drive to I-25 and Colorado City, Colorado yet is extremely private and secluded. Pueblo, Colorado is a short 30 minute drive from the ranch as well. This ranch has great potential for many uses including ranching and agricultural uses, hunting, equestrian, family ranch, or future investment. The ranch improvements consist of a heavy duty 1,600 square foot (40 x 40) workshop and equipment building which was built in 2015. The building is fully insulated and features thick concrete flooring and a large automatic entry door for easy equipment access and storage. The building is fully wired for generator use or future hook-up for electric service. The ranch is completely fenced on the perimeter. The ranch has county road frontage, 3 phase electric service, a fiber line that provides high speed internet and has an extensive interior network of improved roads offering easy access to all parts of the ranch. A new well was drilled in 2015 which could provide water to a future residential home or be piped to various locations on the ranch for livestock use. The Ranch offers abundant hunting opportunities for elk, mule deer, and antelope and is accessible during all seasons. The land is located in GMU 128 which is a Plains Unit, offering more liberal bag limits and longer season dates for elk than other units in Colorado. This area offers month long bull elk rifle season with over the counter tags. This area of southeast Colorado is known for producing large mule deer and many are seen throughout the ranch. Herds of antelope are also seen in the open meadow areas on and around the ranch. The ranch has been only selectively hunted in recent years and is already registered in the Landowner Preference Program (LPP) which provides for additional game tags each year. Current owner had already applied for and received additional game tags on a regular basis for this ranch.