The owner calls this property El Rancho Venado, because of the large population of both mule deer and white-tailed deer that frequent the inside of its boundaries. This heavily treed 86.71-acre tract of land acts as a sanctuary to many species of animals because of its abundance of shelter and healthy grassland. The Middle Bijou Creek runs right through the property and maintains most of the land with a good amount of subirrigation that keeps the flora green and the fauna well fed. Wildlife lovers know that to sustain the animals and keep them around, the habitat needs to offer a good amount of shelter, feed, and water. This area holds true for all 3 aspects. The property sits in GMU 105 which is mainly private land hunting.
The location is approximately 40 miles east of Denver in between the small but growing towns of Byers and Deer Trail right off of Interstate 70. One can only imagine living on such a beautiful property within a short commute to Denver and the DIA. Currently the ranch is zoned AG and would be a great place for a landowner to develop it into a very nice hobby ranch or utilize it for livestock and or hunting.