Gorgeous vistas and Rocky Mountain sunsets make this plump 5+ acre lot a great spot to build or camp. Abundant wildlife and friendly neighbors will have you feeling right at home in no time. Per Park County: Buyer can have Equine, Llama, Alpaca, Goat, Sheep and 4-H project animals kept on residential lots over one acre, with one animal for each 20,000 square feet of space not containing a structure and a maximum of four animals. Each lot may have ten Small Livestock animals for each acre of open space. Lots smaller than ten acres may have up to six Domesticated Animals. Domesticated Animal: A small animal customarily considered as a pet animal and permitted to be kept in a residential dwelling for company or pleasure, including, but not limited to, dogs, cats, pot-bellied pigs, gerbils, guinea pigs and similar rodents, provided that such animals are not kept to constitute a source of food, resource, or for any commercial purpose. Livestock, Small: Mink (and other similar fur bearing mammals), duck, chicken and other poultry or fowl, and other animals of similar size customarily raised or kept on farms and ranches for profit or other productive purposes as opposed to Domesticated Animals. You could have 50 chickens on this parcel!!! Just install well and septic or go fully off the grid. Wide open spaces and freedom. Come see for yourself why everyone loves Hartsel!
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