970.349.6653 \\ 401 Elk Avenue, Crested Butte

Lot 16 Trappers – Wildcat, Crested Butte, CO 81224


TBD Saddle Ridge Rd – Lot 16 – Crested Butte, CO. Stunning views from this 38.43 acre Crested Butte, Colorado lot in Trappers Crossing at Wildcat! Lot 16 is situated on Gibson's Ridge overlooking the Crested Butte Valley with panoramic views of the Town of Crested Butte, Mt. Emmons, Gothic Peak, and Crested Butte Mountain. Located on Saddle Ridge Road in the Trappers Crossing at Wildcat Subdivision, approximately 5 miles from downtown Crested Butte, Colorado. Year-round, maintained private road with a locked gated access is easily negotiated by car. Please call for a private showing! Densely covered in Lodgepole pine with many game trails traversing the property which varies from level, to rolling to some steep hillsides. Just minutes from the historic mining town of Crested Butte, Colorado where you will enjoy boutique shops, fine dining, a lively night life, arts & theater. A short drive from the Crested Butte Mountain Resort for winter skiing and summer mountain biking. If you're looking for privacy, seclusion and spectacular mountain top views, this would be the place to build your Rocky Mountain dream home.

MLS#: 774870
38.43 ACRES
SUBDIVISION: Trappers Crossing At Wildcat
HOA DUES: $3750
TAXES: $2333.55

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Listing courtesy of Kathryn Johnson
Liv Sotheby's International Realty – Cb


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