This 240 acre ranch has spectacular views of the snowcapped Mummy Range in Rocky Mountain National Park to the south and way up into Wyoming to the north. Rolling grassland rises to a rocky knoll with scattered Ponderosa and Junipers where the home is located. Features of the property include:
- Locked gate privacy.
- Private access to catch and release fly fishing on the North Fork of the Cacle la Poudre River.
- Private recreational access to Halligan Reservoir.
- Miles of roads and equestrian trails within Phantom Canyon Ranches peaceful, preserved environment.
The beautifully sited, architect-designed two-story home has over 2100 square feet of living space. On the ground floor is kitchen / dining / living space with two stone fireplaces opening on to a wrap-around deck. Off the kitchen is a screened in porch. Also on the ground floor is the master suite with it’s own stone fireplace.
One the second floor are two bedrooms and one bath. There are two private sitting rooms, each with spectacular views. One faces south and opens on to a deck, the other looks toward the north through a large window.
An attached carport is outfitted with built in storage comparments. Part of the privacy of this ranch is derived from its location off the grid. Electricity is provided by a solar installation with batteries and generator backup. Propane is used for heating and cooking. The well provides water for the house and for a wildlife / livestock drinking fountain.
Phantom Canyon Ranches
Livermore, Colorado 80536
For an overview of Phantom Canyon Ranches and protective covenants please see http://cjudson.com/about-phantom-canyon-ranch/
This property consists of 240 acres that has been protected by conservation easement.
Jackson Park lies at elevations of about 6200–6400 feet and has a variety of terrain, ranging from rolling grasslands to spectacular rock outcrops with ponderosa and juniper. Approximately 2/3 of the property is excellent rolling pasture and the remaining 1/3 is steep and rocky.
The climate is moderate and dry with over 300 days of sunshine per year. Rainfall and snowfall are generally similar to, or slightly lower than, in Fort Collins (about 35 miles away) or Denver (about 100 miles away) – approximately 12” of total precipitation annually.
Access to the property is by Jackson Park Road through a locked gate on the north side of the Cherokee Park Road about 9 miles west of US 287.
The trout fishing in Phantom Canyon is outstanding and has been maintained as “catch and release” since 1981. Use of the Phantom Canyon Ranches common lands is shared by about 35 owners in the Phantom Canyon Ranches Landowners Association.
The Phantom Canyon Ranches protective covenants provide for viewshed protection for all owners of property in Phantom Canyon Ranches. There are architectural control provisions in the protective covenants, but there are no maximum or minimum square footage requirements.
The property has been used for livestock grazing since the 1870s and that use continues today. The property is leased to a local rancher. The lease is season to season–not long term. The property is partially fenced.
The information contained herein is deemed to be reliable, but is not guaranteed.
|Address:||1614 Jackson Park Road|
|Lot Square Feet:||10,454,400|