Estes Industrial Lots, Colorado
Property Types: Vacant Land, Home, Timber Land, Commercial
Activities & Amenities
Beautiful, mountain, Industrial site ready for productive office/garage condos, manufacturing building or shop in growing Estes Park, Colorado.
A Powerful opportunity to work and play in one of the most beautiful Colorado locations. Located near the entrance of the majestic Rocky Mountain National Park in Estes Park, Colorado, this 3 acre industrial site provides the opportunity to build just about anything you’re needing for the perfect work environment. All utilities are in place with 3 phase power ready to go!
The property sits just on the southeast edge of Estes Park, Colorado, on Highway 36. Estes Park is accessible by Highway 34 which leads straight east 27 miles to I-25 which is the central Colorado main, north/south thorough way. Major cities such as Loveland, Fort Collins and Greeley are all within an hours drive. Highway 36 also leads to Estes Park from the metropolitan city of Denver, which is approximately 50 miles southeast, passing through iconic Boulder and the suburban areas, including Broomfield and Westminster. Highway 36 travels west as the entrance to the Rocky Mountain National Park. The property is a quick 90 minute drive to Denver International Airport and a short 30 minute jaunt to the smaller Loveland/Fort Collins airport.
The property is accessed by a local association gravel road just off of Highway 36 that is maintained by the community.
At an elevation 7522 ft, this site consists of 3+ acres that are already divided into 3 separate lots. Located at the prime spot at the top of the hill, there are virtually 360 degree spectacular views of the famous Rocky Mountain peaks, which makes it hard to believe that you’re actually working.
The land is relatively flat with a slight slope leaning down from north to south. The typical conifers, deciduous trees and shrubs can be found on the property and surrounding areas although there is ample open space, as well.
The property is located in the only industrial zoned area in Estes Park and even the region. The property sits on the eastern border of this rare Industrial zoned area and backs to open space designed for larger, upscale, residential properties to the east. Herds of Elk and wildlife travel through and around the property adding to the majestic view.
BUILDINGS AND IMPROVEMENTS
There is a 5500 square foot home, built in 1966, sitting on the center lot. It can be converted into an office building or removed for a clean slate. It has been well maintained and provides the essential utilities, Electrical, Gas and Water, with a septic system for sewer. 3 Phase Power as is also available and provides a major advantage for Commercial use.
Estes Park is considered the original Colorado playground in Larimer County. A popular tourist site, the small mountain town with a population of 6500, boasts a variety of local restaurants, lodging, shopping and entertainment.
The entrance to Rocky Mountain National Park is just a few minutes west of town, so there is no shortage of outdoor adventure activities including hiking trails to waterfalls, rock climbing, 4 wheeling and Jeep trails.
The Big Thompson River winds through the middle of town creating a spectacular opportunity to appreciate relaxing sounds, beautiful scenery and enjoy a long walk with friends or alone. For miles extending outside of town, the Big Thompson provides an abundance of water rafting, fishing and kayaking.
The 185 acre Lake Estes, is literally minutes from downtown Estes. A 3.75 mile trail wraps around many lake activities such as trout fishing, Paddleboarding and canoeing.
Estes is home to the sixth most beautiful 18 hole golf course that is surrounded by amazing mountain peaks.
Elk Watching is a popular local and tourist attraction. Within the safety of the National Forest, large elk herds, made up of hundreds of bulls, cows and calves roam the streets and neighborhoods of Estes as if the town was built just for them.
Estes is also the home of historic The Stanley Hotel, known for its ghostly tenants and movie debut in the popular 70s movie, “The Shining”.
Although the protection of the National Forest is close by, nearby hunting units 20 and 29 are never short of opportunities to hunt for not only trophy bull elk, but also mule deer, bighorn sheep, moose mountain lion, bear and turkey.
The historic Rooftop Rodeo is an additional annual highlight activity that confirms Estes appeal.
DISCLAIMER: The information contained herein has either been given to us by the owner of the property or obtained from sources that we deem reliable. We have no reason to doubt its accuracy but we do not guarantee it. The value of this investment is dependent upon these estimates and assumptions made above, as well as the investment income, the tax bracket, and other factors which your tax advisor and/or legal counsel should evaluate.