Silverheels Ranch CO Homes & Real Estate
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About Silverheels Ranch
Silverheels Ranch is a hillside community near Fairplay, Colorado, and just south of Silverheels Mountain. Silverheels Ranch real estate consists of many 5-acre properties, tucked away beneath groves of pine and aspen, and boasting well-built and well-equipped homes. The proximity to Fairplay means that residents here also enjoy access to all services, shopping, and amenities of this charming town. And, within Silverheels Ranch itself, two well-stocked fishing lakes await.
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Homes for Sale in Silverheels Ranch, Colorado
Homes for sale in Silverheels Ranch near Fairplay, Colorado, occupy a variety of secluded, 5-acre lots among pine and aspen covered hills.
Many of the properties in Silverheels Ranch have their own wells, and are zoned to keep a small number of horses each. Thanks to their proximity to Fairplay, the community enjoys good road maintenance and service access, making this an excellent area for working properties.
The Silverheels Ranch community is also perfect for those who enjoy the great outdoors. From the soaring peaks on all sides, to the pristine forests of the Pike National Forest, and the sweeping views of the South Park Basin - Silverheels ranch offers an abundance of recreational opportunities, serene settings, and wildlife to encounter.
Although Silverheels Ranch has its fair share of cozy, rustic cabins, the area also features a number of luxurious lodge homes, complete with outbuildings, paved drives, and spacious living areas.
From the warm, inviting lofts, to the raised porches, you can enjoy the sweeping views of the mountains and plains surrounding Silverheels Ranch from one of these sought-after homes.
Learn More About the Silverheels Ranch Real Estate
Silverheels Ranch homes are situated just north of Fairplay, Colorado, between US Highway 285, Beaver Creek, and the southern slopes of Silverheels Mountain. Primary access to the community is through Silver Heels Road, just of US Highway 285, only 2 minutes from downtown Fairplay.
Most of the area is wooded, covered in dense stands of aspen and bristlecone pines. These surroundings provide a sense of seclusion and privacy, a convenient distance from Park County's largest town.
Silverheels Ranch Attractions
Residents of Silverheels Ranch enjoy the seclusion and grandeur of Colorado's high-alpine wilderness, with all of the perks and amenities of living near a small, but well-developed town. Government and commercial services, stores, and attractions are all waiting in nearby Fairplay, like The Java Moose coffee shop, and Mason's High Country BBQ restaurant. Grocery stores, museums, recreation centers, and schools are also available.
Silverheels Ranch itself grants residents the use of two private fishing lakes, along with access to the wider attractions of the Park County Area. In this list include the many 14,000 feet (or higher) peaks (such as Mount Bross and Lincoln), world-class skiing at Breckenridge, a host of rivers and lakes for fishing, and the inspiring landscapes of the South Park Basin.
Silverheels Ranch History
The community of Silverheels Ranch gets its name from the nearby Silverheels Mountain, which took the nickname of a famous dancer from the area's gold prospecting days. As the story goes, this already-renowned woman gained even further adoration for her efforts to help others during a smallpox outbreak. The town's people looked to offer her thanks in the wake of the outbreak, but she had disappeared, so they named the mountain after her instead.