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$1,795,000 Dynamic Deer Creek Canyon (8529 S Deer Creek Canyon Road, Colorado)

8529 S Deer Creek Canyon Rd, Littleton, CO 80217

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8529 S Deer Creek Canyon Rd

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license info: Licensed Real Estate Broker, Corder and Associates LLC
Take in the top-of-the-world views from these 62.21 acres! The panoramic views stretch through the horizon amplifying the peacefulness. This acreage is perfect for harnessing solar power, benefiting from ample sunlight. Lively wildflowers showcase vibrant hues, enhancing the crisp mountain air with their fragrant presence. Providing a sense of seclusion, this retreat offers opportunities for hiking, wildlife observation, and capturing stunning vistas through photography. The property features terraces that are ideal for cultivating produce or flowers. While amenities are conveniently nearby, you can relish the peace to create a retreat or enjoy a weekend camping getaway. The property boasts a well and includes water rights for six wells. Additionally, electricity is scheduled for installation. This property offers a unique opportunity with its prime location and abundant water supply!

Local Area
Littleton, Colorado began as a community due to the gold rush of 1859, “Pike’s Peak.” Gold seekers flocked from all over as well as merchants and farmers knowing the miners would need necessities for life. Richard Sullivan Little, a young engineer of the time, helped to lay out a system to get water to farms and businesses. Little fell in love with the site of present-day Littleton. He filed a home stake and other land claims and began to farm the area. When the Denver and Rio Grande Railroad reached the area in 1871, the community took off at a rapid pace. In 1890, the town of Littleton was incorporated. Today, Littleton features a historic downtown lined with one-of-a-kind shops and breweries. Enjoy the parks, rivers, and trails boasting glorious views and recreating to include fishing, tubing, biking, and hiking.

Area Attractions
Pikes Peak America’s Mountain
Enjoy Pikes Peak through the scenic Pikes Peak Highway where you can experience breathtaking scenery on your way to the 14,115-foot summit of Americans most famous mountain! This astonishing peak inspired Katharine Lee Bates to write America the Beautiful.

South Platte River
The pristine waters of the South Platte River form in the South Park grasslands in Park County. The river then flows for 439 miles and through 7 dams. After it flows out of Spinney Mountain Reservoir, the South Platte River flows into Elevenmile Canyon Reservoir. This stretch is known as the Dream Stream because of its epic fishing. Anglers take advantage of the Gold Medal fishing and can also enjoy kayaking, paddleboarding, or utilizing other non-motorized watercraft on certain portions of the river.

Front Range
The Front Range is a mountain range that stretches from Wyoming down to central Colorado. These towering peaks block severe weather leaving Denver and its suburbs with moderate weather and endless days of sunshine. The snowcapped peaks rise to 14,000 feet, 200 of which are visible from Denver, and 32 that soar to 13,000 feet and above.
Rocky Mountain National Park
Rocky Mountain National Park encompasses 415 square miles or 265,807 acres of diverse landforms and wildlife. The park has an array of meadows, alpine lakes, and towering mountain peaks to observe and discover. Over 300 miles of hiking trails call for adventurous hikers.

Chatfield Reservoir
Float your boat in the lake, bicycle or hike on a trail that provides scenic views of the neighboring foothills and Platte River valley, camp, ride a horse and even fly a model airplane - all at Chatfield State Park, nestled next to the foothills southwest of Denver.

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