Of these 3 contiguous properties, 2 had recently been marketed individually but the listings have expired. Those marketed previous were described as '777 Gladstone Rd.' and '5940 Virginia Canyon Rd'. Each had been listed at $116,500 (both for $233,000). This new listing now adds a 3rd property, the 'Robert Fulton.' These 3 properties are now listed together ($195k) rather than separately. These properties were patented at the same time (July 15th, 1901), and given they fit like pieces of a puzzle, it makes sense they are sold together. The Livingstone, Gladstone and Robert Fulton are considered unique in that legal access is gained off a County maintained road, the properties are private and secluded, there is a temporary power pedestal already planted, a driveway is already cut and spread with roadbase, and a couple pads are excavated for a recreational vehicle(s) or as possible building sites. It is a buyer's responsibility to check the Gilpin County website for zoning and building regulations. The property will need a new culvert where a natural drainage ditch exists. Please note that the section of the Gladstone existing on the west side of Virginia Canyon Rd. has been granted as an exclusive easement for the benefit of an adjoining property owner. Subsquently, a buyer should not consider this section of the Gladstone usable and assume there are 3.48 usable acres across the 3 parcels. Seller retains the right to access and remove waste rock pile located on the Robert Fulton for up to 5 years from Closing. In the event it's removed, the site will be graded and restored according to all federal and state regulations, then planted with native grasses. This collection of three desirable and historic parcels are minutes from Central City/Black Hawk, Idaho Springs, and a couple minutes walk into historic Russell Gulch.