Larimer County Colorado Farm - Ranch Land For Sale At Auction Near Fort Collins

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If you have been looking for a country home site with great access we have an auction coming up soon you need to check out. On Saturday, October 24, 2009 at 11:10 AM we will sell at ABSOLUTE AUCTION with NO MINIMUM BID and NO RESERVE PRICE a wonderful 80 acre parcel of Larimer County Colorado land. The out of area owner of this wonderful Colorado Property has decided it is time to get it sold. We have been hired to sell it to the best and highest bidder at ABSOLUTE AUCTION with NO MINIMUM BID and NO RESERVE PRICE. This property will sell Auction Day. The property is located at the northeast corner of the intersection of Owl Canyon Road and County Road 15 (Terry Lake Road) which is a little over 4 miles west of I-25 on the Owl Canyon Road. This property has great access with paved county roads to I-25, Wellington and Downtown Fort Collins.

Seldom does anyone get the opportunity to purchase Larimer County land at Absolute Auction. This property is in an excellent location with wonderful views and great access. Whether you are looking to expand your land holdings or purchase your dream home building site, make plans to attend the auction. This property will sell to the highest bidder or bidders on Auction Day. Somebody could get a Fantastic deal. That somebody should be you!
This property is split by an irrigation ditch and will be offered in two separate parcels. The west parcel is 39.5± acres and the east parcel is 40.4 acres. One share of North Poudre Irrigation Company water will also be sold. The two parcels and the water will be offered individually and in combinations and sold in the manner that realizes the highest price. Do your homework now and be prepared to buy on Auction Day. Do not miss this Absolute Auction.
The west parcel, Parcel 1 includes 39.508± acres including right of ways and is where the original farmhouse and outbuildings were. It is in the northeast corner of Owl Canyon Road and County Road 15, which are both paved and county maintained. It has level terrain with a gentle slope to a small hill in the center of the parcel. The hill would make a wonderful building site for a home with a walk out basement that would have fantastic southern exposure and great mountain views. This parcel is large enough that, in the long term, you could possibly split the four acres that border the corner off and develop it. This parcel has at least two springs on it including one that was used for water at the original dwelling. There is currently electric and telephone service on the property. Come see it for yourself.
Parcel 2 is directly east across the irrigation ditch from Parcel 1 and includes 40.410± acres including right of ways. It is bordered on the south by paved and county maintained Owl Canyon Road. It appears that this parcel was never built on and that it was used as an irrigated farm field. It has level terrain that slopes gently to the south. This parcel has several wonderful locations to build your dream home with southern exposure. There is currently electric and telephone service on the property. Attend the previews and fall in love with it as we have.

This property will be sold at Absolute Public Auction on Saturday, October 24, 2009 at 11:10 AM. It will be offered as a complete unit with Parcel 1, Parcel 2 and 1 share of North Poudre water. The two parcels and the water will also be offered separately and in any combination you desire. The bidding will continue until there is no increase in the total price of the two parcels and the water. It will be sold in the manner that realizes the highest return for the seller, whether that be separately or combined. Attend the Absolute Auction and make your best bid. See complete details at

Comments (2)

Roy Kelley
Retired - Gaithersburg, MD

Thanks for sharing. Best wishes for great success with this sale. Keep up the good work.

Oct 12, 2009 12:00 AM
David P. Whitley
RMEB Realty LLC - Fort Collins, CO

Thanks for your interest!

Oct 12, 2009 07:50 AM