16604 COSMOPOLITAN 2-915054 PRINCE RUDOLPHLeadville, CO 80461Lake CountyGet Directions
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This stunning collection of former mining claims covers both sides of Birdseye Gulch, made up of a total of 737.335 acres M/L. The property is surrounded by over 5,200 acres of public BLM land and shares a border on one side with over 120,000 acres of San Isabel National Forest. Birdseye Gulch is a perfect example of the lush beauty of the Colorado high country. With multiple natural springs, pristine wildlife habitat, and breathtaking surroundings, this property presents an exceptional opportunity for outdoor enthusiasts, hunters, nature lovers, and those seeking a serene retreat. Gaze upon captivating scenes of former mining camps, towering pinon pines, enchanting aspen groves, and open meadows. The property holds abundant wild game, including large numbers of elk, mule deer, and bears. A natural creek meanders through the bottom of Birdseye Gulch, home to eager wild trout. The surrounding BLM land also offers ample opportunities to camp close by.
Nestled in the heart of Leadville’s historic mining district, it has 4x4 road access just minutes from downtown Leadville. The property includes five parcels, with its non-contiguous boundaries covering portions on both sides of Birdseye Gulch. Birdseye Gulch is accessible by the Birdseye Gulch Jeep Rd. Birdseye Gulch Jeep Rd is a 4.6-mile-long route connecting to the Mosquito Pass Road between Mosquito Peak and Prospect Mountain. The road is accessible by 4x4 high-clearance vehicles and is seasonally maintained by the Mile-HI Jeep Club and Colorado Offroad Enterprise. With the current zoning restrictions, this property is not currently eligible for development or as part of the Colorado LPP preference program. It is the buyer’s/buyer’s agent’s responsibility to explore the limitations and rezoning options of the industrial mining district.
737.34 M/L Total Acres
Made up of 5 separate parcels covering both sides of Birdseye Gulch
Ample amounts of natural water throughout property
Part of Colorado Game Management Unit 49
4x4 high-clearance vehicle access via Birdseye Gulch Jeep Rd
A mix of level and steep terrain
Varied habitat with large Pinon Pine forest, open meadows of native grasses, wildflowers, aspens, etc.
Surrounded by 5,200+ acres BLM public land
Adjacent to 120,000+ acres of San Isabel National Forest
Great recreational opportunities
An abundance of wild game in the area, including elk, mule deer, bears
Brook trout habitat in the creek and small high country lake below the property
Views of historic mining camps
Jeep road accessed just a short drive from downtown Leadville
The information contained herein is deemed reliable but is not warranted or guaranteed by the Broker, its Agents, or the Seller. Access to property, access to utilities, or any measurements including but not limited to, acreage, square footage, frontage, and mapping boundary lines shared herein has not been independently verified and is for purposes of marketing only. If exact measurements, access to property, or access to utilities is a concern, the property should be independently measured or investigated by the prospective buyer.
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