Gill CO Real Estate & Homes for Sale
The median home value in Gill, CO is $292,250.
the county median home value of $246,100.
The national median home value is $185,800.
The average price of homes sold in Gill, CO is $292,250.
Approximately 59.61% of Gill homes are owned,
compared to 32.42% rented, while
7.97% are vacant.
Gill real estate listings include condos, townhomes, and single family homes for sale.
Commercial properties are also available.
If you see a property you’re interested in, contact a Gill real estate agent to arrange a tour today!
1.8 acres with 2,128 sq ft modular home, updated kitchen with stainless steel appliances including gas (propane) stove, 4 bedrooms, one full bath & one 5-piece master bath, numerous livestock buildings, corrals, shop/garage, mature landscaping in the Platte Valley School District (Kersey).
Wonderful Opportunity! 5.18 Acre Horse Property w/ 360 degree views! Beautiful 1600 SF 1&1/2 story home w/ attached 304 SF garage includes 3 Bdrms. 1 full bath. Bright open floor plan w/ wood burning stove. 14 x 25 bonus space above garage for future additional living space. Property includes loafing shed and storage shed. Full water tap and over-sized septic. Property also has RV dump & multiple water spigots. Perfect opportunity to make this your Colorado Dream horse property. All appliances included w/ washer/dryer. This is a Must See! Call for details!
Meticulously maintained farm house in the Eaton School Dist! Spectacular front range views from the covered front porch. Two Rinnau heaters and on demand water heater make this two bedroom home very efficient. The 28x100 shop has three 12 ft sliding doors, a man door, power and concrete floor. Livestock ready with water hydrants, automatic water tanks and open faced shed. Lots of trees throughout this well maintained two acre property. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=771q9BFUKM4&feature=youtu.be
Great setting in the country with a view of the mountains. Acreage shows 17.4 on RE survey, county records shows 15.4 buyer should verify. Log home gives you a feeling of being in the mountains very cozy home. Some of the acreage is irrigated by a shared well. The 64 X 36 shop is currently being used for owner's truck and equipment, note height of door. Owner does not represent that it's current use is an approved use per agricultural zoning. A live creek runs through the property (crow creek) which requires flood insurance for improvements. For you really old timers, this is were the old Barnsville station was located.