Northern Colorado Recreational Land Bordering Roosevelt National Forest for Auction

More than 600 acres of Northern Colorado recreational land bordering the Roosevelt National Forest will be sold at auction Tuesday, July 27. The land includes 1.7 miles of the North Poudre River and has excellent fishing and game populations.

“When it comes to Northern Colorado land for hunting and fishing, this is about as good as it gets,” said Scott Shuman, of Westchester Auctions, which is marketing the property and managing the sale. “We are selling it in 19 tracts, all less than 100 acres, and every tract has access to the national forest. In addition to the North Poudre River, the property includes parts of Pearl Creek and Cabin Creek.”

With the adjacent national forest, the entire area is known for excellent populations of deer, elk and moose. The property sits in a secluded mountain valley.

“By bidding on combinations of tracts suited to specific needs, bidders can obtain land suitable for a number of uses, including a personal retreat or a permanent home,” he said.

“Because we are offering such a wide range of acreage in these tracts, we hope to attract a variety of buyers,” he said. “We have one tract that’s nearly 95 acres and could be bought in combination with several other adjoining properties that might be great as a resort or corporate retreat area. Then we have a tract that’s just over an acre and includes a cabin. It’s all in what the buyer is looking for.”

The auction will take place at 1 p.m. Tuesday, July 27, at the nearby Beaver Meadows Resort Ranch. Westchester representatives will be available at Beaver Meadows on July 6 and July 20, from 1 to 3 p.m. to answer questions and offer property viewings. The property is open for viewing at any time during the marketing period.

Individuals seeking additional information may visit www.westchester-auctions.com or call 217-352-6000.

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