Cabin on the Miquon
This acreage is made up of several mining claims that border and overlap. Seller is offering 20 +/- acres with the cabin. Mineral rights will transfer if applicable. BLM is surrounding most of the mining claims. Private and beautiful. Meticulously felled, peeled, fit and sealed to create a unique, historical and original home or cabin retreat with 2 sleeping areas, bath, simple kitchen and living area. Half of the cabin is covered by a large open loft with windows and the other half is open to the roof line and the entire ceiling has exposed beams and log post and lintel supports. The staircase to the loft is peeled wood rail and the stairs are ½ logs. A wood stove and free standing propane wall unit provide heat in fall and winter and the large, covered wrap around decks are cool and inviting for reading, eating or watching for game.
An additional 52+ acers bordering the property is also available. This property is known as Tyndall Mountain. Call listing agent for additional information.
Bordered by BLM and additional mining claims that the seller owns and would make available if more land were desired, so privacy is a given. Not too far from the mountain town of Westcliffe, off a county road just a mile from a state highway. Good well, septic and currently cabin is run off a generator ( NOT INCLUDED) system, but rural electric is not too far off. Solar is also an option for this unique cabin in the prettiest setting of forest and rolling hills. Mountain views are great and the property has a mixed forest of Aspen, ponderosa pine, and fir, perfect for the outdoor enthusiast.
Located in Custer County with the town of Westcliffe as it’s county seat. Westcliffe is an hour from Pueblo, Canon City and Salida and Colorado Springs is an hour and 30 minutes away. The Arkansas River is a 30-minute drive and Lake DeWeese is a 10-minute drive. Hunting is exceptional and San Isabel National Forest borders the Wet Mountain Valley to the east and west. The Sangre de Cristo Mountains are designated Wilderness above the Rainbow Trail and there are 50+ high-mountain lakes for undisturbed flyfishing.Skys are blue, the air is clean and the people are friendly.
Call Twila Geroux for more information - 719-371-4344