Lot 26 Red Creek Ranch, Glade Park, Colorado, 81523
This 35-acre building lot is just a short drive from Grand Junction, CO, through the Colorado National Monument, in Glade Park. The building lot is located in Red Creek Ranch— a 2,000 acre gated community in Glade Park consisting of 57 privately owned lots ranging in size from 35-80 acres. Lot 26 is a spectacular building lot with a seasonal stock pond, drilled well for domestic water, and underground electricity and phone installed. The lot is 35 acres in size and sits at approximately 7,500’ in elevation. The lot is situated on the western slope of Oak Hill and the views extend to the Bookcliffs range overlooking Grand Junction. This is one of the premier building lots in the subdivision and there are several building sites on the property.
Glade Park, CO is a wonderful place to live if you want to escape the lower elevations of Grand Junction. This building lot is located less than 30 minutes from Grand Junction Regional Airport, Glade Park is a community surrounded by recreational opportunities. Surrounded by BLM and National Forest, Glade Park offers many hunting, fishing, hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding and other outdoor recreational activities. Located in GMU 40, this is an excellent hunting unit for elk, mule deer, and black bear and is a draw-only unit with no over-the-counter elk tags. This building lot also sits across the road from one of the subdivision’s BLM access points.
Grand Junction, CO has consistently been listed as one of the best places to live in the country. Long-known as an excellent place to retire, GJ is quickly becoming a favorite place to live among the younger generations as well. The wonderful—high desert—climate, regional airport, Interstate highway access and surrounding laid-back and recreational lifestyle makes GJ a wonderful place to call home. The Colorado River runs through the city and GJ’s close proximately to Moab, Lake Powell, Grand Mesa, Uncompahgre Plateau, Powderhorn Ski Resort and many other outdoor destinations, make Grand Junction a very attractive place to live. This 35-acre building lot would be an excellent place to provide access to all that western Colorado has to offer.