Hayden Cog Acreage

  • $399,000
  • Hunting, Horse Riding, Skiing, Snowshoeing
  • 73.27 Acres
  • Hayden, CO
  • Colorado


Over 70 acres, accessible from County Road 76, boasts stunning views of the surrounding mountains and rolling hills, making it an ideal location for building your dream home. With a mix of open meadows and brush-covered hillsides, there is plenty of room to roam, and the land is frequented by wildlife, particularly mule deer. With no restrictions or HOA, the property can be split into two parcels. The rolling topography and native grasses make the property suitable for horses or small agricultural operations. Water rights associated with the property allow up to 10 acres to be irrigated, and there is a stock pond for livestock. The property is in a quiet and peaceful part of the county with views of snow-covered mountains in the distance. Whether you're looking to escape the hustle and bustle of life or want to enjoy the beauty and tranquility of rural Colorado, this property is a perfect choice.


  • Hunting
  • Horse Riding
  • Skiing
  • Snowshoeing


The property is eight miles from the town of Hayden, where you’ll find all the amenities you need. Hayden is a hidden gem in the heart of the Rocky Mountains. With a population of just over 2,100 people, this charming community offers a friendly and welcoming atmosphere. The town has many amenities, including local shops, restaurants, a brewery, a grocery store, and a new K-12 public school, making it a convenient and comfortable place to call home. Additionally, the town is surrounded by breathtaking scenery, with towering mountains, rolling hills, and public land a short drive away. So whether you are looking for outdoor adventure, peaceful relaxation, or a place to raise a family, Hayden has something for everyone. With its welcoming community and natural beauty, it’s no wonder so many people are proud to call this town home. 

Eleven miles from the property is Elkhead Reservoir State Park. Spanning over 900 acres, the reservoir offers ample opportunities for fishing, boating, and other water-based activities. This part of Routt County is also home to a variety of wildlife, including elk, deer, and a range of bird species, making it an excellent choice for nature lovers and wildlife enthusiasts. Additionally, the property is a short 45-minute drive from the world-renowned skiing and resort amenities in Steamboat Springs. Its stunning views, private location, and endless potential make it an excellent choice for anyone looking to own a piece of the beautiful Colorado countryside.


A Morton barn on the property was built in 2007 and is approx. 1,157 Sqft.

Water Rights

Water rights include 0.67 cfs of irrigation water out of the Pitney Ditch No. 2, 1 AF of water in the John Self Pond for irrigation and livestock and water from multiple springs.