Guffey CO Homes & Real Estate

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About Guffey, CO

Guffey is a quirky community nestled deep in the southern hills of Park County, Colorado. The gentle, rolling landscape around Guffey hosts spacious properties and well-kept homes for sale. These properties are great for enjoying the best of Colorado's recreational opportunities, all in a quiet and picturesque setting. The town of Guffey itself is overflowing with charm and character, with a number of amenities enjoyed by both visitors and residents. Get to know Guffey and you'll fall in love!

Guffey Listings May 25, 2022
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Listed
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Avg. DOM
$397.86
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$1,102,925
Med. List Price
12 Properties
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Homes for Sale in Guffey, Colorado

Homes and properties around Guffey are about what you would expect from a secluded location deep in the Colorado mountains. Rustic cabins and cozy lodges sit on large parcels of land, surrounded by stands of aspen and pine.

Many open lots and undeveloped plots of land are also available for intrepid settlers or those with more agricultural ambitions. Be prepared for sweeping, high-altitude views and crisp mountain air.

Some of the larger homes for sale in and around Guffey - upwards of 2000 square feet - feature peaked great rooms under cathedral-like ceilings, log siding, high wrap-around porches, and riverstone accents. You can also expect to enjoy large fireplaces, loft spaces, and expansive open-plan interiors.

Smaller cabins and modest farmhouse or ranch-style homes also offer plenty of comfort and convenience. Many come complete with modern fittings and finishes, raised porches, and useful outbuildings.

The town of Guffey itself boasts a number of authentic structures from the late 1800s. While many of the properties for sale are located in the hills around Guffey, the town itself will be your go-to for supplies, services, and company.

Guffey Town History

It is said that non-native settlers first came to Guffey sometime in the 1870s. Things quickly got going as various mining operations sprang up in the area. Over the next few decades, Guffey expanded into a hub for local mining, logging, and ranching endeavors, hitting its peak population at the turn of the century. Things have quietened down since then.

In 1907, two cowboys found a large meteorite near Guffey - the largest ever found in Colorado! Slices of this meteorite now reside in museums across the country.

Discover Guffey in South Park, Colorado

Located at the southern end of Colorado's South Park basin, barely a mile off Highway 9, the small town of Guffey sits between serene hills of pine and meadow grass.

Just over 30 miles to the south, residents of Guffey can make it to Cañon City, and Colorado Springs is just over an hour's drive east. Other nearby towns are Hartsel and Fairplay to the north, and Florissant to the northeast.

Clustered around two short, parallel roads, Guffey consists of a few local government and service buildings, some houses, two restaurants, and a bar. Many of the buildings are well-preserved wooden structures from the town's mining days.

Guffey has gained some attention for its tradition of electing animals to the position of mayor. Word is that the current mayor is a cat named Monster, who resides at The Guffey Garage, a local attraction offering custom wood and metal work.