Tightly held and protected within the same family since 1885, it is extremely rare to find a gentlemans ranch of this size and location only 15 minutes from the iconic small mountain town of Evergreen and 35 miles to the luxuries of downtown Denver. This property is extremely private and secluded, while perfectly located at the end of Corral Creek Road. The majority of the land is southern facing and is a mixture of pine, spruce and aspen trees interspersed through a large meadow featuring 1/4-mile of Corral Creek. The improvements sit at the base of several massive rock outcroppings as the northwestern side of the property graduates in elevation into a rugged mountain landscape. A beautiful French-styled lodge, built in 1922, is tucked away in a blend of old growth trees at the end of a circular drive. Totaling 9,940 sq. ft., the lodge offers 12 bedrooms, 9 bathrooms and 12 fireplaces, and continues to serve the family as a summer retreat. Additional improvements include a cow/horse barn, and covered parking/storage facility. Mount Evans dominates the skyline as well as Captain, Chief, Squaw, and Bald Mountains, presenting exemplary scenery. Access to Mount Evans State Wildlife Area and the 723,744 acre Arapaho National Forest is a short drive from the property.
Just the Facts
10.5 miles west of Evergreen, CO
35 miles from downtown Denver
Accessed via Upper Bear Creek Rd.
290.5± deeded acres
Homesteaded by the Evans Family in 1885
9,940 sq. ft. historic lodge built in 1922
2,200 sq. ft. cow/horse barn
Incredible views of Mount Evans
1/4 mile on both banks of Corral Creek
Mixture of meadows, steep timbered mountainous terrain and tree covered foothills
In close proximity to Mount Evans State Wildlife Area and Arapaho National Forest