Horse Creek Ranch

SOLD 34 Acres Lake George , Colorado Teller County

Ranch Property Brief

Horse Creek Ranch is a great little horse property that is ideally located just to the west of Colorado Springs up in the Front Range. The ranch is complete with home, pasture, live water, and all the necessary elements a horse property needs. To top it all off the ranch sits in one of the most beautiful quiet settings and provides tremendous views of the surrounding mountain ranges. Many that watch the Weather Channel television show “Prospectors” will recognize the area as part of the show was filmed just up the road. There are even quartz mines on the ranch if one has an interest in digging for gems.


The property has a well-maintained home on a block foundation with 2 additions (1 on crawl space with footing and the other on a slab) 2 car garage. The home is 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, and 2 Fisher wood-burning stoves with river rock. There are beautiful wood finishings throughout the home. Across the front is a beautiful deck upon which to sit and enjoy watching your horses graze in the pasture.

The ranch has plenty of room to store equipment and toys. There 3 barns on the property. One barn is approximately 15 feet by 20 feet with 2 shed roof sides. Another barn is a metal round-top barn with a shed roof shop built onto the back with a Fisher stove to heat the shop. The 3rd barn is open on one side with stables and has a tack room and hay storage.

Up above the home on one of the high points is a rustic log-sided cabin that offers tremendous views of the Sangre de Cristos as well as the Collegiate Peak Range. It would be a perfect place to fix into the dog house to banish your spouse to or maybe even the in-law’s little guest house.


Horse Creek Ranch is located about 30 minutes to the west of Woodland Park, Colorado

-Colorado Springs, Colorado – 1 hour
-Woodland Park, Colorado – 30 minutes
-Lake George, Colorado – 10 minutes
-Breckenridge, Colorado – 1hour 30 minutes
-Cripple Creek, Colorado – 40 minutes


Access to the ranch is provided by Horse Creek Circle which is a maintained dirt road. The ranch fronts Horse Creek Circle.

Elevation, Topography, Vegetation

The ranch sits at around 8,700 feet in elevation with the lowest point being next to the Horse Creek CIrcle and progressing up to nearly over 8,800 feet in elevation. Vegetation consists of aspens, ponderosa pines, firs, and spruces as well as some lodgepole pines with some willows along the creek with meadows of mountain grasses.

Ag Uses

The ranch is set up and used as a horse property complete will barns, stalls, and riding arena. There is also a chicken coop to keep your chickens, geese, or ducks and enough pasture to keep a cow or 2 or some goats.

Water and Power

The property has underground power and household well. There is also a spring and spring-fed creek on the property.

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Broker Comments

Owners are currently doing additional property improvements. The owners will also include much of the equipment and tools in the sale.

All units of measure and maps showing property boundaries are approximate. Buyer to verify to their own satisfaction.
This property is offered by John Hayter Inc, DBA Ranch Marketers. All information provided by Ranch Marketers or their sales representatives in connection with this property was acquired from sources deemed reliable and is believed to be accurate and reliable, however, we do not warrant its accuracy or completeness. Ranch Marketers recommends that every item of importance to the purchaser (i.e. water laws, mineral laws, zoning, land use regulations, state, federal and private permits) be independently verified by the purchaser and/or purchaser’s attorney.

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Horse Creek Ranch

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Horse Creek Ranch

Property Summary


Deeded- 34 +/-

COUNTY: Teller County, Colorado

WATER: 1 Well, spring and creek

ZONING: Agricultural

ELEVATION: 8,700 feet

TOPOGRAPHY: Hills and valley

VEGETATION: Aspens, Ponderosa Pines, Firs, and Spruces


Lake George, Colorado and Teller County Ranches and land for sale

Lake George was established as a railroad stop for the Colorado Midland Railway. The trains would stop to pick up ice that was cut from George Lake which ended up giving the town its name. In the early 1900s, farmers and ranchers in the area began raising potatoes in addition to raising cattle.

Today there are still large ranches in the area but few still raise cattle as the primary use. Most are utilized primarily as recreational and hunting ranches. The area is however very popular area for horse properties. There are numerous horse properties ranging from 35 acres to several hundred acres.

The area is a popular area to live given the close proximity to recreational spots such as Summit County Ski resorts, hundreds of thousands of acres of public land, as well as some of the best fishing in the states. In addition, it is just a short drive to Colorado Springs and its big box stores as well as its airport.

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