Pikes Peak Ranch is truly a unique gem of gems which is really saying something when considering the area where the property is located. The ranch has views of Pikes Peak that make it feel like it’s in your front yard. One can cross the catwalk to the crow’s nest balcony and sit sipping coffee as the morning sunrise sets the peak aglow as if it were aflame.
The ranch is complete with a beautiful 4,332 sq. ft. home, steel shop, stables, hay barn, riding arena, chicken coop, RV pad, kennel and run, and is fenced into pastures all on 62.75 acres and if need more acreage there is an additional 170 acres right next door that can be added. The new owners will not have to contend with any covenants or an HOA and there are no close neighbors.
The history related to the ranch is fascinating in itself and many remnants of days gone by can still be seen. The old railbed of the Midland Railroad runs through the ranch and the well where steam locomotives would sit and fill with water still sits as it did over 100 years ago. There are homestead remnants as well including a large root cellar and part of an old livestock barn. The owners took care to preserve the history and even repurposed timbers from collapsed structures. These timbers can be seen through the home in the trim work and there is even an old barn door with its original hardware.
Pikes Peak Ranch offers something for everyone. Far enough from the big city to enjoy the country life but an easy drive to Woodland Park or Colorado Springs for shopping at big box stores.
Bring your horses and animals and enjoy the ranch life!
Pikes Peak Ranch fronts Highway 24 just west of Divide, Colorado along the front range just north of Pikes Peak.
Sitting at an elevation of about 9,000 feet the ranch consists of rolling terrain with grass-covered hills and meadows transitioning to old-growth spruce, pines, and aspen groves towards the back of the property.
There are two good wells that service the property. In addition, there are two free-flowing wells that feed into Twin Creek that flows across the property.
The ranch includes a custom timber lock 4,332 square foot 4 bed 4 bath cedar home with masterfully crafted details in the entire estate. Complementing the home is a 40×60 steel-framed shop with sleeping quarters and bathroom; RV Pad with hookups. Alongside it is a 36×56 stable with six oversized stalls. To complement the barn is an over-sized, 1,000 small bale capacity barns. Also included is a 75X75 kennel and run with water and electric hook up, and fenced chicken coop.
Fox Block Foundation
Inland Cedar 4” exterior walls
Interior walls insulated, between floors insulated
Ceiling between basement/main floor insulated
Cat 6 cable throughout house
Electronic door locks
5 Temperature zones/wifi capable
6 burner w/griddle, dual pwr/double oven range
Walk-in Pantry w/freezer
Patio with roof prewired and plumbed for enclosure
Master bath-walk in shower w/dual heads
Office with separate entrance
Repurposed barn wood baseboards
Handmade slider office door
All solid core interior doors-pine upstairs-oak downstairs
Wine room pre-plumbed for heat
Wine room has bar sink
Wine room w/wine racks/bar
Wine room 8” ceiling board insulation/walls 6” insulation
Garage-heated/equipped with water faucet/work station
Dog Wash in Laundry Room
4-fenced/crossed fenced pastures
Foal pastures-2×6 construction
Historic root cellar
Free-flowing artesian wells
Historic wishing well
Seasonal spring at front of property
Back of property-Aspen/old-growth pine and spruce trees
Entire property fenced
3 large cargo doors
3/4 Bathroom /laundry room/utility sink
Wall heaters bathroom/office
Office wired for internet access
Shop wired for 220/110
Iron beam construction
RV Cement pad/utilities hookups
Wired for 220/110
2 Radiant heaters
Heated Tack room
Heated water buckets per stall
Oversized stalls w/walkout paddocks
Paddocks lined w/4” pea gravel
3 Dog house w/deck
Water hydrant inside kennel
Electricity inside kennel
6’ enclosed fence
3 attached fenced pens
4 nesting boxes w/access from outside
Currently, the ranch is used as a horse property and is well set up for that purpose. However, the location, topography, and water would accommodate many uses. In fact, part of the ranch was at one time a cabbage farm.
Elk and deer hunting are good in this area and large herds of elk are regularly seen on the property.
There is no shortage of recreational activities to be enjoyed on the ranch and surrounding area. With an abundance of public land in the area, if one tires of riding or hiking the ranch there remains thousands of acres of public land to explore. There is also fishing, ATVing, skiing, gambling and much more within a short distance of the ranch.
Any and all owned minerals will convey.
TOTAL ACRES: 62.75 +/- acres
CLOSEST TOWN: Divide, Colorado
ADDRESS: 10257 Hwy 24, Divide, Colorado 80814
HUNTING UNIT: 511
Divide, Teller County Colorado Ranches for Sale
The area around Divide, Colorado in Teller County is a popular area for horse/equestrian ranches and recreational ranches. The area was once primarily large cattle ranches with some smaller farms interspersed however as Colorado Springs and Woodland Park became popular areas the larger ranches were split up into smaller ranches. The area has relatively mild winters although it can receive periods of heavy snowfall but also has numerous bluebird days with warmer temperatures.
The area offers many activities and offers a lot of public land to explore. Mueller State Park is a short drive and the popular tourist and gambling destination of Cripple Creek is only about 45 minutes south. From Divide, one can also head towards Colorado Springs and see attractions such as Seven Falls, Cave of the Winds, Pikes Peak Cog Railroad, and of course take a trip to the top of Pikes Peak.
The area ranches offer numerous opportunities to enjoy country life and the outdoors while being close in proximity to all the modern conveniences and big box stores.