The extraordinary 35-acre riverfront property features an unparalleled combination of stunning scenery, mountain vistas, world-class trout fishing, abundant wildlife and rural privacy. Positioned on one mile of the south bank of the White River, the property offers outstanding mountain views to the east overlooking the South Fork Rim of the Flattops Wilderness Area and a southern view of Burro Mountain and the Elk Creek Drainage. With no structures, no HOA or its dues, this property is a blank canvas ready for the next owner. Consisting of two lots, the 35 acres offer six potential building envelopes that are some of the best the White River Valley has to offer. In todays market, an opportunity to own undeveloped riverfront is rare. We encourage you to learn more and check it out! LOCATION Located in White River Valley, 14 miles east of Meeker, CO off of paved County Road 8, with both the White River National Forest and Flattops Mountain Wilderness area nearby. You can reach the property by Meekers local airport offering a 6500 runway. The property is about 15 minutes outside the town of Meeker, with all town amenities offered. Access to the Heart of the White is via Routt County Road 8, which is located 42 miles north of Interstate 70. Commercial air service is found at Grand Junction or Eagle airports, both located about 2 hours from the property. ACREAGE AND DESCRIPTION This amazing 35 acres stretches out over 1 mile along of the south bank of the White River, home to world-class trout fishing. The land sits in the bottom of the valley at an elevation of 6800 and is relatively flat, with vegetation ranging from river willows, conifers, and cottonwoods to grassy meadows. Views to the east overlook the South Fork Rim of the Flattops Wilderness Area and views of Burro Mountain and the Elk Creek Drainage are found to the south. There are six building envelopes that stretch across the property, which runs east to west along the river. WILDLIFE AND RECREATION The Heart of the White abounds with wildlife; deer and elk traverse the property and a variety of waterfowl, eagles, sand hill cranes and small game animals utilize the river and its banks. Encompassing the area is part of the 2.3 million acre White River National Forest, including the 235,000 acre Flat Tops Wilderness just up the road. In addition the fishing out your future backdoor on the White River, the area is also home to Colorados largest elk herd. From equestrian activities, water sports, outdoor recreationthe possibilities here will seem endless. IMPROVEMENTS & INVESTMENT The Heart of the White is a rare empty canvas, with only an entry road improved for access to the property. There are six building envelopes scattered across the 35 acres that range from riverbank overlooks to grassy meadows. The property is divided into two separate parcels, offering future development potential should the need arise. Mark Twains quote Buy land, theyre not making it anymore is applicable here, but if they do, it will never be like this! HISTORY In the late 1800s, recognized for its fertile land, incredible views and access to water, this area was homesteaded by John Henry La Kamp. TAXES $180 (2021) SUMMARY Availability of land, such as that of the Heart of the White rarely becomes available. A pristine, undeveloped location, world-class river frontage, some of the best views in the valley and recreational opportunities afforded by forest and wilderness just up the road are almost impossible to replicate. The two separate parcels, with no HOA or dues offers the buyer future development potential should they wish to share this amazing property.
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