Horse Ranch or Prime Residential Development Land


The Tanin Estate SOLD in 6 parcels to 6 separate buyers.

The 303.85-acre Tanin Estate, with beautiful views of Pikes Peak and the Front Range, is located in Elbert County, the southeast direction of growth of Denver. The property has been divided into 35-acre parcels and all parcels have county road frontage and mountain views. Conveniently located between Elizabeth and Franktown, downtown Denver is an easy 45-minute commute and Colorado Springs is 30 minutes. Denver International Airport is within a 45-minute drive. The gently rolling farmland, currently used for wheat production, would also make an excellent horse ranch or prime residential development site.

Tanin Estate is located at the southeast corner of the intersection of County Roads 5 and 118 in Elbert County, Colorado, and is one mile east of the Douglas Elbert County Line. The town of Elizabeth is less than 5 miles northeast and Franktown is 11 miles northwest. Many other towns and communities with conveniences and amenities are in the nearby area. The acreage is about 30 minutes from downtown Colorado Springs or about 45 minutes from downtown Denver, and Denver International Airport is within an easy 45 minute drive.

The area is well known for its wheat, alfalfa and grass hay production. There are many horse ranches in the area due to the easy access to hay and good soil. The soil is excellent for good horse hoof health. Winters in this area are much milder than other parts of Colorado, which attracts many horse owners. The Colorado Horse Park that holds equestrian events is with 20 minutes of the property. Also within a short distance of the Tanin Estate are numerous public hiking, bicycling and horse trails. Castlewood Canyon State Park’s main entrance is within 8 miles.

The terrain is rolling hills with fantastic views of Pikes Peak and the Front Range. According to a recent survey, the property is 303.85 acres and has been divided into 35-acre minimum parcels. Parcels are priced at $135,000.

The Tanin Estate has typical Colorado Front Range weather having an average of 300 days of sunshine per year.

The land is partially fenced and has one water well.

General Operation:
The land over the years has been used only for farming and ranching.

Water Resources:
The property currently has one water well and one spring but more water wells could be permitted on the property.

Recreational Opportunities:
There are many horse ranches in the area. The soil is excellent for good horse hoof health. There are many hay producing farms in the area making purchasing of hay on average years easy and selective. Within a short distance of the property there are many public horse trailheads with miles of public trails. The Colorado Horse Park where many equestrian events are held is within a 20 minute drive. There are also many hiking and bicycling trails within this area. Snow skiing with your pick of a number of different ski resorts is within a 2 hour drive.

The property has an agricultural property tax exemption.