Riverfront Beauty! This gorgeous Colorado River property is ready for immediate use & enjoyment. It is the ideal place for those who love the outdoors, offering exceptional hunting, fishing, hiking, swimming, wading, kayaking, bird-watching, star-gazing or just about any other outdoor entertainment. The Colorado River borders the property on the north side for 1,573.84 feet (according to survey). CR 266 borders the west end of the property and the historic Keys Crossing over the river is located at the end of CR 266 into Brown County, which has been used for centuries and is still used lightly today. The property has about 80% native grasses with clusters of large oak trees & a few mesquites, about 20% heavily wooded, mostly along the river. Natural terraces creates a gentle slope down to the river. The elevation offers some long views & the dark night sky displays the beauty of the heavens. The quietness of the country allows the sounds of nature to come through loud & clear. Fully fenced on all sides with one cross fence. A campsite is set up for either a day trip or long-term use. It has a meter on the Richland SUD water system and water is piped to the campsite. Electric has been run through the property and ready for a meter to be set at your build site. There is a metal Quonset hut on a concrete slab, that is approximately 26x34. Inside the building is a 20 shipping container (remains with the property), ideal for storing and keeping all the tools and toys safe. There is also a septic system. As a backup power source, A 4.4 kw solar power system provides enough power to run most of the electrical devices that you may want. If you need more power, it is expandable. A 250 gallon propane tank stays as well as a 2,500 gallon potable water tank. Another 300 gallon tank is located at mid-point in the property.
It is rare for a small acreage property with this much river frontage to come on the market, so check it out and make an offer!