|Owner Finance||$ 14,000|
|Deed Type||Warranty Deed|
|Location||75 Grey Eagle Way, Cripple Creek, CO 80813|
|GPS Coordinates||38.81287, -105.193451 Open in Google Maps|
|Legal Description||L114 CCME 17|
|Lot Size||1.59 Acres|
|Utilities||Utilities available in general area. See "additional information" section for details|
Owner Finance TermsIn addition to the monthly payment, purchaser is responsible for water fees, land owners association fees and taxes. These together add up to approximately $700 / year. So in addition to the base monthly payment that is listed above, buyer will need to pay about $60 / month extra to cover these fees.
The property has beautiful views as you can see and it is located only a short drive from the city of Cripple Creek.
The Cripple Creek and Victor Narrow Gauge Railroad, a narrow gauge train ride from Cripple Creek passes several small ghost towns, goldmines, and glory holes. The Mollie Kathleen Gold Mine provides tours into a real gold mine led by a real gold miner.
In 2006 Cripple Creek broke ground on the new Pikes Peak Heritage Center. Constructed at a cost over $2.5 million, the building is over 11,000 square feet (1,000 m2) of educational displays. State of the art electronics are used throughout the building and there is also a theatre showing historical films about the area. Newly named the Cripple Creek Heritage Center, admission is free.
Cripple Creek is also home to the Butte Opera House, a theatre first managed by the Mackin family (previous owners of the Imperial Hotel and producers of a long-running, much-loved melodrama theatre company). The Butte is currently the home of the Thin Air Theatre Company that produces plays year-round including such shows as A Cripple Creek Christmas Carol, Werewolves of Poverty Gulch, The Christmas Donkey and The Vampire of Cripple Creek.
Cripple Creek features many events throughout the year like the Cripple Creek Ice Festival, Donkey Derby Days, the July 4 Celebration, and a Gold Camp Christmas.
Colorado voters allowed Cripple Creek to establish legalized gambling in 1991.
Cripple Creek is home to the following casinos:
The Brass Ass Casino, owned by Triple Crown Casino
Bronco Billy's, owned by Full House Resorts
Century Casino Cripple Creek, owned by Century Casinos
Colorado Grande Hotel & Casino
Double Eagle Hotel & Casino
Johnny Nolon’s Casino
Midnight Rose Hotel & Casino, owned by Triple Crown Casino
McGills Hotel & Casino, owned by Triple Crown Casino
The property is part of a POA, the Cripple Creek Mountain Estates Property Owners Association. Amenities, which all property owners have access to include the following:
1) Fenced Playground
2) Heated indoor pool
3) Fitness Center
Property pictures were taken by a professional photographer. Except for the picture of the lake, all of the pictures are of the property itself. We have never visited the property ourselves. You are welcome to visit the property if you would like.
Current year property owners association, water dues and taxes are owed on this property
The lake is located nearby the property. Only a short drive away. The property itself does NOT have lakefront access. Nor does it have a lake actually on it.
For information on getting utilities on the property you can contact the following:
Mountain Mutual Water Company 719-689-2527
Black Hills Energy 888-890-5554
Colorado Natural Gas 800-720-8193
Local Office: 719-689-1403
The information within this listing is posted by a private or third-party seller and we do not guarantee the accuracy of the information enclosed. We encourage to always verify ownership and property details listed. As a precaution, due diligence in any real estate transaction is encouraged and closing through a verified title company is advised. To the maximum extent permitted by law we do not accept any responsibility to any person for the accuracy of the information herein.
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