Welcome to Cap Rock View Ranch. This lovely property offers the opportunity to own a small and private ranch with a modern mountain home and horse facilities. Set against the foothills of Cap Rock Ridge, a prominent area geological formation, this property offers timbered ridges, canyon, rock formations, mountain pasture and views of Pikes Peak. The property is perimeter fenced and gated and sets up nicely for horses and livestock. The Ranch does not have any restrictive covenants and is not part of an HOA so many uses are possible.
The Ranch is located 90 minutes west of Colorado Springs and 35 minutes north of Canon City, Colorado and can be accessed on a year-round basis. Recreational activities are numerous in this area and include easy drives to Cripple Creek, the Royal Gorge, Arkansas River, and Eleven Mile Canyon. Enjoy a train ride, white water rafting, world class fly fishing, gambling, antique shopping, and local dining all within 1 hour or less from the Ranch. In the winter, Monarch, Breckenridge, and Ski Cooper are all within 90 minutes of the property for skiing and snowboarding.
The ranch home was meticulously built with room for expansion. The home looks over a beautiful canyon area with views in all directions.
Custom Home Built in 2015
Main Floor: 2,451 sq. ft. finished space
Bonus Room Above Garage: 622 sq. ft.
Large Laundry Room with Dog Wash Basin
In Floor Heating System
Basement: 2,451 sq. ft. unfinished
Two Car Attached Garage
3 Bedrooms and 2 Bathrooms
80 Acres - Fully Fenced
Cleary 4 Stall Horse Barn and Loafing Area.
Cleary Workshop and Equipment Building
The ranch is a haven for recreational activities including horseback riding, ATV use, hiking, exploring for arrowheads, camping, star gazing, or just relaxing with friends and family. For equestrians, Cap Rock View Ranch offers diverse and scenic mountain land with plenty of ridable terrain. The property is located in GMU 581 which is an OTC unit for archery and 2nd and 3rd elk rifle seasons. Large mule deer are abundant on the property with seasonal migrating elk herds.