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7007 Daniels Park Road

Property Information Presented by Jeff Hendley and Jessica Northrop


Table of Contents

Property History Property Overview Equestrian Information Rural Residential Zoning Survey and Easement Agreements Main House Floor Plan Well Info Septic System Title Documents

*All data deemed reliable but not guaranteed


7007 Daniels Park Road

History of Property


7007 Daniels Park Road

Property History Overview 7007 Daniels Park Road is the site of the Douglas County-landmarked Pretty Woman Ranch that served as an 1860s stage stop along the Plum Creek/Divide Wagon Road. Landmarked in 2006, the historic site includes structures built by Sylvester Richardson and his wife Elizabeth, who was reported to be a woman of remarkable beauty. In addition to being a popular stage stop, the 1862 cabin, served as the Richardson’s residence, a local post office and hostelry. Sylvester Richardson served as a Douglas County Board of County Commissioner in 1864. The Pretty Woman Ranch was built along one of the first territorial roads from Denver City to Pueblo. Though already well-traveled and known as the Plum Creek/Divide Wagon Road, the territorial road was designated by an act of the Council and the House of Representatives of Colorado Territory in 1862. In 1861, Sylvestor A. and Elizabeth Bowers Richardson constructed a dugout cabin on the west side of the territorial road. The crude building measured 8 feet by 10 feet and had no windows. In 1862, a larger log cabin was constructed south of the dugout by the Richardson family. It served as a hostelry, home, and post office. The post office was known as the Bennet Springs Post Office and operated between December 1862 and September 1865. Sylvester Richardson served as one of the first triumvirate Douglas County Commissioners appointed in the spring of 1862. He tried his luck at ranching while his wife fed and housed travelers along the territorial road. Elizabeth was known for her beauty and the Richardson place soon became known as the “Pretty Woman Ranch.” Denver Richardson was born to Elizabeth and Sylvester on January 26, 1861. He was regarded by many as being the first white child born in Denver, Colorado. The Richardsons operated their ranch and hostelry until 1864, when the route of the territorial road was altered to follow Plum Creek to Sedalia and then up West Plum Creek. Fewer travelers along the old route meant less business for the Richardsons. Elizabeth and Sylvester were divorced in 1868. She returned to her family in Wisconsin and later remarried. Sylvester went on to lead several expeditions to explore the Gunnison Valley and settled what was called Richardson’s Colony. He is known as the founder of Gunnison County. *Information pulled from Douglas County Website


7007 Daniels Park Road

Property Overview


7007 Daniels Park Road

Property Overview •

Property Size - 55 Acres

Surrounded by the 4000 acre “Cherokee Ranch Wildlife Sanctuary”, “Cherokee Ranch and Castle”, and “The Sanctuary Golf Course”

Main House Size - 13,665 square feet

Year Built - 1995

Seven bedrooms (Includes Two Bedrooms in Upper Level Apartment)

Six bathrooms

Four-car, attached-garage

Two barns

Indoor riding arena

Outdoor riding arena

Outdoor pasture

Pond

Mountain Views

Zoning - RR (Rural Residential)

Potential Subdividing - The property went through the “pre-submittal” process in 2018 to subdivide the property into 11 lots for high-end residential homes, and tracts for pasture use.

Electric - Xcel Energy

Gas - IREA

Well Type - Private

Sewer - Septic (Three Septic Fields)

2018 Taxes = $31,385


7007 Daniels Park Road

Equestrian Information


7007 Daniels Park Road

Equestrian Information •

Two Barns

29 12’x12’ stalls

2 12’x12’ stalls

Outdoor Riding Arena - 200’ x 300’

Indoor Riding Arena - 100’ x 200’

Seven, four-acre grass pastures

Tack Room

Five wash stalls

Dressing room and restrooms

12 Boarded Horses Allowed (Per M att Jakubowski with the Douglas County Department of Community Development - 303-660-7460)

Upper Barn •

24-stall barn

Indoor arena

Outdoor arenas

The stalls were imported from Europe

The wood is African Ipe wood

Horses are boarded for approximately $900 per month

Hot and cold water

Electricity

Lower Barn •

7 stalls

Two of the stalls are breeding stalls

Hot and cold water

Electricity


7007 Daniels Park Road

Rural Residential Zoning


DOUGLAS COUNTY ZONING RESOLUTION Section 5

RR - Rural Residential District

SECTION 5

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RR - RURAL RESIDENTIAL DISTRICT -Section Contents-

501 502 503 504 505 506 507 508 509 510 511 512 513 514 515 516 517 518 519

Intent ................................................................................................................. 5-2 Principal Uses.................................................................................................... 5-2 Accessory Uses ................................................................................................. 5-3 Uses Permitted by Special Review .................................................................... 5-4 Land Dedication................................................................................................. 5-4 Lot Area ............................................................................................................. 5-4 Maximum Gross Density ................................................................................... 5-4 Density Bonus ................................................................................................... 5-5 Density Bonus Approval Standards ................................................................... 5-6 Minimum Setbacks ............................................................................................ 5-7 Encroachments.................................................................................................. 5-7 Building Height .................................................................................................. 5-8 Utilities ............................................................................................................... 5-8 Water ................................................................................................................. 5-8 Street Standards................................................................................................ 5-8 Parking Standards ............................................................................................. 5-8 Fencing Standards ............................................................................................ 5-8 Signs Standards ................................................................................................ 5-9 Lighting Standards............................................................................................. 5-9

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RR - Rural Residential District

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Intent (Amended 8/11/09)

To provide areas for large-lot residential homesites, on land that has minimal farming or ranching value, that create country living in a rural atmosphere while preserving the vegetation, significant geological features, wildlife habitat/corridors, views and privacy, and provide an appropriate transition from urban development to agricultural areas. The density range is from one dwelling per 9.9 acres to one dwelling per 5 acres. Expansion of urban development into rural areas is a matter of public concern because of the potential of unnecessary increases in service costs, conflicts between agricultural and urban activities, and the loss of open space and the natural landscape. Large-lot residential homesites may be appropriate when located outside the highway corridor viewsheds, depicted on the Douglas County Open Lands Opportunity Map, and when adjacent to residential development of similar or greater density. Development consideration may be given where it would serve to preserve agricultural land or open space, and promote a design that is sensitive to the natural land features in accordance with the intent of the Douglas County Comprehensive Master Plan, as amended. Development within this district should provide road connections between developments allowing adequate response time for sheriff/fire protection, and medical support, and more efficient service delivery such as school busing. Extension of water resources may be extended to large-lot development in accordance with the County Comprehensive Master Plan, as amended. The RR zone district is characterized by large-lot residential homesites and other accessory uses which enhance the basic elements of a balanced residential area, such as, schools, parks, neighborhood recreational facilities, and open space. Development or use of land in this district is permitted only in accordance with the provisions herein. Land disturbance activities may require permit(s). 502

Principal Uses

On lots of 4.5 acres or greater in area, the following uses shall be allowed by right: (Lots smaller than 4.5 acres are limited to the principal and accessory uses allowed in the residential zone district to which the lot conforms in size.) (Amended 5/14/03) 502.01

Community Uses:     

Church - maximum seating capacity of 350 in main worship area (Site Improvement Plan required per Section 27) Fire station - no on-site training (Site Improvement Plan required per Section 27) Library (Site Improvement Plan required per Section 27) Open space/trails Park/playground

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Recreation facility - neighborhood (Site improvement plan required per Section 27) Recreation facility – private (Site improvement plan required per Section 27) (Amended 9/9/08) School - public/private kindergarten thru 12th grade (Site Improvement Plan required per Section 27 for private school; location and extent required for public school per Section 32) Sheriff substation - no training or detention (Site Improvement Plan required per Section 27)

502.02

Construction office – temporary

502.03

Residence 

Principal - 1 single-family dwelling or 1 group home per lot (excluding mobile home) (group homes must be separated by a distance of 750') (Amended 9/9/08)

Temporary (refer to Section 22)

502.04

Sales office - temporary (refer to Section 22)

502.05

Utility service facility (Site Improvement Plan required per Section 27)

503

Accessory Uses

The following shall be allowed only when a principal use has been established on the lot: 503.01

Accessory uses and buildings

503.02

Animals (refer to Section 24)

503.03

Day-care home - small

503.04

Garage - private, limited to a maximum size of 3,000 sq. ft.

503.05

Guest house

503.06

Home Occupation - Class 1 and Class 2 (refer to Section 23)

503.07

In-home elder care (Amended 3/28/01)

503.08

Satellite receiving dish

503.09

Training of nonowned horses, or riders not related to the landowner or lessee, limited to 14 lessons per week

503.10

Youth-oriented agricultural activity (Amended 6/14/06)

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RR - Rural Residential District

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Uses Permitted By Special Review (Amended 6/22/05)

On lots of 4.5 acres or greater in area, the following uses are permitted, upon the approval of the Board, in accordance with Section 21 Use By Special Review and Section 27 Site Improvement Plan, herein. (Lots smaller than 4.5 acres are limited to the uses by special review allowed in the residential zone district to which the lot conforms to in area.) 504.01

Church - greater than 350 seating capacity in main worship area

504.02

Day-care center/preschool, or day-care home - large

504.03

Golf course legally established as a Use by Special Review prior to June 22, 2005 (Amended 2/12/19)

504.04

Horse boarding or training facility that exceeds the maximum number or horses permitted by right

504.05

Recreation facility – community

504.06

Residence 

Bed and Breakfast

504.07

Utility - major facility

504.08

Veterinary hospital/clinic

504.09

Wind energy conversion system

505

Land Dedication

A portion of the gross site area shall be dedicated to Douglas County for public use, or cash in-lieu-of land as required by the Douglas County Subdivision Resolution. 506

Lot Area

To promote a design that is sensitive to the natural environment and adapts to the natural topography, flexibility in lot size is allowed. Lot size may be determined through a site analysis based on compatibility with adjacent land uses, health department requirements, the natural environment, water availability, soil suitability for septic, and the Douglas County Master Plan. The ability to keep animals may be affected by the lot size. (Refer to Section 24) For lots served by an individual well and septic system, the allowable minimum lot area is 2 acres. For lots served by a central water system, the allowable minimum lot area is 1 acre.

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RR - Rural Residential District

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Maximum Gross Density

The gross density shall not exceed 1 dwelling per 5 acres and may be less due to required infrastructure or dedication, or environmental constraints. The overall density may be increased per Section 508 Density Bonus herein. 508

Density Bonus

A density bonus may be permitted as follows:   

a 10% increase in density may be allowed when 40% of the gross acreage is preserved as open space and the site design meets the provisions of this Section 508 and the standards set forth in Section 509, herein; or a 20% increase in density may be allowed when 50% of the gross acreage is preserved as open space and the site design meets the provisions of this Section 508 and the standards set forth in Section 509, herein; and a 15% increase in density may be allowed when the subject land is served by a central water facility.

The following site design standards shall apply to the overall site design: 508.01

Open Space Open space areas for private, community, or public use shall be located contiguous to other on- or off-site open space areas and shall be protected by conservation easements, pursuant to sections 38-30.5-101 through 110, C.R.S. or other acceptable means to prevent further subdivision or development. Accessory structures, i.e., gazebos, sheds, barns, or garages, shall not be permitted to be located in this area.

508.02

Building Envelopes Building envelopes that create a compact development pattern, provide open space, preserve agricultural lands, and provide topographic or vegetative buffers to adjacent land uses shall be provided on the final plat.

508.03

Wildlife corridors and habitat shall be protected by the site design.

508.04

Floodplains and wetlands shall be protected by the site design.

508.05

Road design, network and layout shall be sensitive to the topography and natural environment

508.06

Building Design and Height Criteria shall be developed that ensure that dwellings and other structures are compatible with, and do not dominate the natural environment. These

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criteria shall address architectural style, building massing, height, foundation design (i.e., stepping on steep slopes), material, color, retaining walls, etc., in accordance with the design guidelines of the County Master Plan and shall be noted in the covenants. 508.07

Fencing Fencing shall only be permitted within the building envelope and on the perimeter boundary of the lot. When open space is designated within private lots, that portion of the lot designated as open space shall not be fenced. Fencing standards addressing height, style or material, shall be developed in order to provide fencing that conforms to the topography and is sensitive to wildlife. Fencing standards shall restrict fencing to that which is open in design and of a color which blends with the natural environment. These standards shall be noted on the final plat.

508.08

Landscaping Landscaping may be required in order to buffer the development from adjacent land uses or may be required for development in highway-corridor viewsheds as designated in the County Master Plan. Areas of vegetation proposed to be protected, planted or removed, and limited areas for irrigated lawns and gardens shall be shown on the final plat.

509

Density Bonus Approval Standards

The Board may approve a density bonus upon the finding that: 509.01

the required open space area is protected by a conservation easement, pursuant to sections 38-30.5-101 through 110, C.R.S. or other acceptable means to prevent further subdivision or development of these lands;

509.02

the development has been integrated into the existing topography and surrounding landscape, and is designed to protect adjacent properties and community amenities;

509.03

the development design and site layout, to the extent feasible, have:

509.03.1

minimized the development of steep/exposed slopes, floodplains, hilltops, open meadows, and attempted to incorporate these features into open space;

509.03.2

protected and preserved wetlands/riparian areas, wildlife corridors and habitat areas;

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509.03.3

minimized obstruction of scenic views from publicly accessible locations;

509.03.4

preserved unique natural, archaeological, or historical features;

509.03.5

minimized tree, vegetation and soil disturbance, removal, or grading;

509.03.6

provided visual separation between dwellings by the use of landscaping or other means;

509.03.7

reduced irrigated landscaping area or the removal of native vegetation;

509.04

the dwellings and structures are compatible with, and do not dominate the natural environment; and

509.05

the final plat is consistent with the goals and policies of the Comprehensive Master Plan.

510

Minimum Setbacks SETBACK FROM: Lot Size

Street

Side Line Lot

LESS than 2.3 2.3-4.49 ac.

Rear Line Lot

regional/maj. arterial: 100’ 15’* 25’* other: 25’ accessory: 15’ regional/maj. arterial: 100’ 25’* 25’* other: 25’ 4.5+ ac. regional/maj. arterial: 100’ 25’* 25’* other: 50’ *Schools and buildings within recreation areas shall be set back 50’

115+KV Power Line 100’ 100’ 100’

The setback is measured from the lot line to the wall of the structure horizontally and perpendicular to the lot line. (See illustration in the Definition section.) The setback from the POWER LINE is measured from the closest edge of the easement to the structure.

511

Encroachments

511.01

A cornice, canopy, eave, fireplace, wing wall or similar architectural feature may extend 3 feet into a required setback.

511.02

An open, unenclosed, uncovered deck/porch at ground level may extend 6 feet into a required setback, except for a side setback.

511.03

An open unenclosed, uncovered deck/porch greater than 4 feet in height, above ground level, may extend 3 feet into a required setback, except for a side setback.

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511.04

A building permit shall not be issued for any structure which is to be located within an easement unless written approval by the easement holder(s) is provided.

511.05

Utility distribution lines and related equipment commonly located along property lines may be located within a required setback. A neighborhood substation, or gas regulator/meter station shall meet required setbacks.

512

Building Height

Maximum building height: 35 feet 512.01

The maximum building height shall not apply to belfries, cupolas, penthouses or domes not used for human occupancy, roof-mounted church spires, chimneys, skylights, ventilators, water tanks, silos, parapet walls, cornices, antennas, utility poles and necessary mechanical appurtenances usually carried above the roof level.

512.02

The maximum height of a roof-mounted church spire/steeple shall not exceed 1.62 times the height of the church measured from the lowest finished floor to the roof peak. The height of the roof-mounted spire shall be measured from the top of the spire to the finished floor of the lowest walkout level of the church. (refer to Section 36 building height definition spire height calculation)

512.03

The height of an antenna shall be no greater than the distance to the nearest lot line. (refer to Section 27A for cell sites and Section 21 for telecommunication facilities)

513

Utilities

All public utility distribution lines shall be placed underground. 514

Water - Refer to Section 18A of this Resolution (Amended 03/13/02)

515

Street Standards

Construction of paved streets in accordance with the Douglas County Roadway Design and Construction Standards, Storm Drainage Design and Technical Criteria manual, and other applicable County regulations. 516

Parking Standards - Refer to Section 28 for non-residential parking standards (Amended 4/24/02)

The minimum off-street parking spaces required: 8 spaces per lot in accordance with the Douglas County Roadway Design and Construction Standards

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Unlicensed, operable vehicles parked outside shall be concealed by a solid fence, berm, vegetative barrier, or a combination thereof. Inoperable vehicles are prohibited. 517

Fencing Standards

517.01

Fences, walls, or hedges shall not be erected in the public right-of-way, but shall be allowed within the setback, on private land.

517.02

Fences, walls, or hedges shall be erected and maintained in a manner which does not obstruct the vision of automobile traffic on the adjacent streets, rights-of-way, or driveways in accordance with the Douglas County Roadway Design and Construction Standards manual.

517.03

A building permit is required for any retaining wall greater than 4 feet in height or any fence or wall greater than 6 feet in height, or as required by the Building Code, as amended and adopted by Douglas County. (Amended 12/18/12)

517.04

Fences, walls or hedges shall be maintained in good structural or living condition. The landowner is responsible for the repair or removal of a fence, wall or hedge, which constitutes a safety hazard, by reason of inadequate maintenance, dilapidation, obsolescence or abandonment, or which constitutes a zoning violation.

517.05

Barbed wire or electrically charged fences shall be allowed. Any electrically charged fence shall be clearly and conspicuously posted to warn those outside the fence that it is electrically charged. Concertina or razor wire is prohibited.

517.06

Swimming pools shall be enclosed by a fence or wall that meets or exceeds the requirements of the Building Code, as amended and adopted by Douglas County. (Amended 12/18/12)

518

Sign Standards Refer to Section 29 of this Resolution

519

Lighting Standards Refer to Section 30 of this Resolution

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7007 Daniels Park Road

Subdividing


Department of Community Development Planning Services

www.douglas.co.us

PRESUBMITTAL REVIEW REVIEW DATE: October 25, 2018 TYPE OF APPLICATION: Preliminary Plan PLANNING REVIEW FEE: $70 per lot LEGAL DESCRIPTION: 7007 Daniels Park Rd. APPLICANT REPRESENTATIVE: Kris Belter OWNER: Catherine Chase Groos PRESUBMITTAL #: PS2018-283 STATE PARCEL NUMBER: 2351-080-00-002

PLEASE NOTE: The following Presubmittal Review Findings are provided as a courtesy to the applicant. The primary purpose is to identify the review process and application(s) required. The information contained herein has been placed on file with Planning Services. Please reference this form should you decide to proceed further with your inquiry by submitting a formal Land Use Application. If you have any questions regarding the Presubmittal Review please contact Samantha Jarocki at 303-660-7460 or sjarocki@douglas.co.us. Please direct all submittals to the Public Outreach & Assistance (POA) Team at 303-660-7460 or planningsubmittals@douglas.co.us.

REVIEW STAFF PLANNING: Curt Weitkunat, Matt Jakubowski, Samantha Jarocki, Troy Dunning, Tyler Dean ENGINEERING: Al Peterson This Presubmittal Review is intended primarily to identify the appropriate process; compliance with applicable regulations will be evaluated throughout the application review process. While we strive to identify significant issues, the following notes may not identify all issues, even major ones that may be raised during the formal review of your application. BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF APPLICANT’S PROPOSAL: The applicant proposes a Preliminary Plan to subdivide the property into 11 single-family residential lots and tracts for pasture use. CURRENT STATUS/INFORMATION: The subject property totals approximately 55 acres in size and is located within the Rural Residential (RR) zone district. STAFF COMMENTS: • PLANNING COMMENTS: o The application will be processed as a Preliminary Plan. Please see Article 4, Preliminary Plan of the Douglas County Subdivision Resolution (DCSR) for submittal process, submittal requirements, and approval criteria. o A preliminary plan application is subject to public hearings before the Planning Commission for recommendation and the Board of County Commissioners (Board) for approval or denial. o A detailed project narrative is required to address each of the topical elements identified in Section 406.02. Please describe your intent to own and maintain the existing horse boarding operation (US1997-004) as the administrative approval currently includes the entire 55-acre site. The administrative horse boarding approval will need to be amended to reflect the proposed subdivision and

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the new operational limits of the horse boarding facility. Also be aware that the current approval allows for the boarding of no more than 12 horses. The elements to be depicted on the preliminary plan exhibit are outlined in Section 407. Development reports required for a preliminary plan submittal are outlines in Section 408. A geotechnical study is required, along with a Cultural Resource Survey. Please be aware of the approval standards, including design elements, applicable to a preliminary plan application (outlined in Sections 403 and 404). A weed management plan and wildfire mitigation plan will be required. Documentation to demonstrate evidence of sufficient water supply must be submitted with the application materials as required by Section 18A of the Zoning Resolution. The required items are listed in Section 1806A.01. A referral will be sent to the Tri-County Health Department for evaluation of the proposal for individual onsite wastewater treatment systems. The lots, tracts, and roadway design will be evaluated through the review process. The plat must address the design elements identified in Section 404 of the DCSR. Article 10 of the DCSR sets forth requirements for park and school land dedication. The amount of required land dedication will be determined through the referral process for the preliminary plan. For a parcel of this size, cash-in-lieu of land dedication will be requested. West Douglas County Fire Protection District, Douglas County Building and Engineering Services, the State Engineer’s Office, Tri-County Health Department, the Colorado Geologic Survey, Douglas County School District, and other referral agencies will be asked for comments during the subdivision process. Courtesy notice of an application in process will be provided to adjacent property owners. Please provide letter-sized stamped, addressed envelopes to all abutting property owners. Include the map and list of those property owners from which you prepared the envelopes. Include the date on which the address information was compiled from the Douglas County Assessor web site. We recommend that you meet with the neighboring to discuss the project and take feedback. A full review of the proposal will take place during the application process. The application must comply with the Douglas County Zoning Resolution and the Douglas County Subdivision Resolution and be consistent with the Comprehensive Master Plan.

ENGINEERING COMMENTS: o The following items are required by Engineering Services: ▪ Drainage Report, as outlined in Chapter 4 of the Storm Drainage Design and Technical Criteria Manual. (Circle Report Phase for Submittal –Phase II) ▪ Traffic Impact Analysis, as outlined in Chapter 17, Section B of the Roadway Design and Construction Standards as submitted for the Rezone. o A full review of the proposal will take place during the application process. Please be aware that Engineering review fees will apply. You may contact Engineering at 303-660-7490.

NEXT STEP - APPLICATION PROCESS: • An application must comply with the Douglas County Subdivision Resolution Article 4 – Preliminary Plan. • Please address the comments from this presubmittal review, both in the narrative and on the plan set, when preparing the submittal. • Submit the completed Land Use Application with all checklist items to the Public Outreach & Assistance (POA) Team at 303-660-7460 or planningsubmittals@douglas.co.us. • When possible, please include electronic copies of all submittal documents. • An incomplete Land Use Application submittal will not be accepted. All required checklist items must be included at time of submittal or the application will be considered incomplete and will not be accepted. Please note that the Presubmittal Findings are valid for ONE year. Planner – Matt Jakubowski Engineer – Al Peterson


7007 Daniels Park Road

Property Survey & Easement Agreement


7007 DANIELS PARK ROAD NW/4 SECTION 8, TOWNSHIP 7 SOUTH, RANGE 67 WEST PERMIT AREA - 55 ACRES DOUGLAS COUNTY, COLORADO USR - USE BY SPECIAL REVIEW PLAN US2010-XXX

8'-0"

Manure storage bins (By Owner) 8x8 tie 20'-0" 6" reinf. conc. pad

2

MANURE STORAGE PLAN 1/8" = 1'-0"

63 50

Stagger ea. course 1/4" horiz., into grade

Line of Grade (1:3 max. earth slope)

4'-0" (max.)

8X8 tie @ 8'-0"o.c. horiz.

Middle tie not shown for drawing clarity

S5 0° 5 24 9'58 3. " 09 E '

39 9.3 8'

6" reinf. conc. pad 8X8 tie @ 8'-0"o.c. horiz.

Line of Grade

MANURE STORAGE SECTION 1/4" = 1'-0"

4'-0"

N89°39'57"E

4'-0"

4'-0" (max.)

8x8 tie @ 8'-0" horiz. Connect tie to wall w/ 2 3/8"dia. x 12" spikes w/ pre-drilled holes

63 30

63 40

6300

Existing House (Grass)

559.55'

(Grass)

6360

63 50

S. Oak

Existing Barn

Scrub Oak (30% Coniferous;)

6" reinf. conc. pad Line of Grade

6310

.90' L=353

Stagger ea. course 1/4" horiz., into grade

6320

30 63

6340

' .88 643 R=

3

Scrub Oak

N3 0°1 4'3 5"E

8x8 anchor, 4'-0" long

399.06'

N88°51'32"E

(Grass) MANURE STORAGE PARTIAL ELEV. 1/4" = 1'-0"

40 63

Overflow Parking 50 63

Covered Hay Storage

Riding Arena Parking (24 cars)

4 WATER: SITE IS SERVED BY A DOMESTIC WELL WITH ADJUDICATED RIGHTS OF 9.8 ACRE FT. IN THE LOWER DAWSON AQUIFER. 5 PARKING: PROVIDE A MINIMUM OF 24 PARKING SPACES ON SITE. 6 FIRE PROTECTION: ONE FIRE HYDRANT LOCATED IN CLOSE PROXIMITY TO SITE. 4 ACRE FT. POND ON SITE IS AVAILABLE FOR FIRE SUPPRESSION. SITE IS SERVED BY SEDALIA VOLUNTEER AND CASTLEWOOD FIRE DEPARTMENTS. 7 SANITATION: VIA SEPTIC TANK AND LEACH FIELD PREVIOUSLY APPROVED BY TRI-COUNTY HEALTH.

Existing Arena

Scrub Oak

263'; 77' - 7 1/4"

00 63

(50'-0" MIN.)

10 63

Scrub Oak (3' to 35" H)

Scrub Oak (3' to 35" H)

Scrub Oak

6270

6280

S89°45'44"W

6260

6250

6250

6260

N89°45'44"E

1709.51'

1

SITE PLAN 1" = 100'-0"

LANDSCAPE LEGEND Deciduous Trees Conferuous Tress

LADNSCAPING CALCULATIONS AREA DEVEGETATED

ALLOWABLE AREA OF DEVEGETATION

1.04 ACRES 5.2 ACRES

GROSS SITE AREA

SQ. FOOTAGE

310.59'

VICINITY MAP 1" = 100'-0" Issue Date: 09/14/2011 Project: AGR Drawn By: JDG

% OF GROSS SITE

2,395,800 SF

100%

BUILDING FOOTPRINTS

46,448 SF

1.94%

PARKING/ROADS

100,550 SF

4.20%

HARDSCAPE TOTAL

146,998 SF

6.14%

LANDSCAPE TOTAL

2,248,802 SF

93.86%

ITEM TOTAL BUILDINGS PARKING: PROVIDED

DESCRIPTION 46,448 SF 33 SPACES, 1 HANDICAP, & 10 TRAILER

%%USITE I-25

6260

SITE DATA TABLE ITEM

Castle Pines Parkway

US 85

0

Scub Oak/Brush

9/16/2011 11:25:20 AM

1050.26' 6270

Existing Pasture (Grass) 4.90 ACRES

Devegation Area: 45,500 sf

6280

Existing Pasture (Grass) 3.72 ACRES

Fin. Flr. Elev. 100'-0" (6322';)

259'9"'

10'H; Pine @ 20' O.C.;

Existing Barn

1500 Gal Septic Tank

20 63

2 MANURE REMOVAL: TO BE REMOVED ONCE PER YEAR (MIN.) 3 PASTURE MAINTENANCE: ALLOW FOR 2 HORSES (MAX.) TO BE PASTURED TOGETHER IN EACH OF 6 EXISTING PASTURES FOR UP TO 2 1/2 HOURS.

Scrub Oak (3' to 30" H)

2050 SF; leach field

30 63

2113.06 METHOD OF FIRE PROTECTION ONE FIRE HYDRANT IS LOCATED IN CLOSE PROXIMITY TO THE SITE. 4 ACRE FT. POND ON SITE IS AVAILABLE FOR FIRE SUPPRESSION. SITE IS SERVED BY SEDALIA VOLUNTEER AND CASTLEWOOD FIRE DEPARTMENTS.

GENERAL NOTES 1 DUST MANAGEMENT: MAGNESIUM CHLORIDE TO BE APPLIED ONCE PER YEAR (MIN.) BOTH INSIDE AND OUTSIDE OF RINGS.

Line of existing road

Trailer Parking

Revisions: Date

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Sheet Number

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2113.05 PERMIT REQUIREMENTS FROM OTHER STATE, FEDERAL, OR LOCAL AGENCIES THERE ARE NO ADDITIONAL PERMIT REQUIREMENTS FROM ANY AGENCIES.

4.36 ACRES

Line of lot

50 63

40 63

Existing Pasture (Grass) 4.19 ACRES

Existing Pasture (Grass) 5.77 ACRES

Daniels Park Road

6360

50 63

2113.04 REQUIRED OUTSIDE STORAGE/PARKING/LOADING AREAS THERE ARE APPROXIMATELY THIRTY-FOUR (34) PARKING SPACES FOR VEHICLES AND AN ADDITIONAL TEN (10) SPACES FOR TRAILERS.

Scrub Oak (3' to 20" H)

Da n Ro iels P ad ark

1028 .23'

2113.03 NUMBER OF EMPLOYEES THIS FACILITY WILL HAVE FOUR (4) FULL-TIME EMPLOYEES. ONE (1) MANAGER AND THREE (3) STABLE HANDS.

12' wide dirt road

6370

225';

N14° 48'49 "E

2113.02 HOURS OF OPERATION - INDICATE WHETHER THE USE IS SEASONAL AND THE NUMBER OF DAYS OF THE WEEK OPERATING HOURS ON THE SITE WILL BE FROM 7:00AM TO 7:00 PM. THE SITE WILL ALSO HOUSE 4 FULL-TIME EMPLOYEES.

Existing Pond

(Grass)

REF. DETAILS 2-4

2113.01 NUMBER OF CLIENTS/BOARDERS/PARISHIONERS/ANIMALS THE MAXIMUM NUMBER OF BOARDED HORSES ON THE PROPERTY WILL BE THIRTY-ONE (31).

6290

25' Min.

MANURE STORAGE

6360

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SECTION 2113 OF THE DOUGLAS COUNTY ZONING RESOLUTION REQUIRES A SPECIFIC MANAGEMENT PLAN FOR USE BY SPECIAL REVIEW APPLICATIONS.

Typical line of existing fence

S01°13'54"E

A PORTION OF THE SOUTH HALF OF SECTION 5 AND A PORTION OF THE NORTH HALF OF SECTION 8, TOWNSHIP 7 SOUTH, RANGE 67 WEST OF THE SIXTH PRINCIPAL MERIDIAN, DOUGLAS COUNTY, COLORADO BEING DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: BEGINNING AT THE NORTHWEST CORNER OF THE NORTHWEST QUARTER OF SAID SECTION 8 AND CONSIDERING THE WEST LINE OF SAID NORTHWEST QUARTER TO BEAR SOUTH 00°27'44" EAST WITH ALL BEARINGS CONTAINED HEREIN RELATIVE THERETO; THENCE SOUTHERLY ALONG SAID WEST LINE SOUTH 00°27'44" EAST, 1331.68 FEET TO THE SOUTHWEST CORNER OF THE NORTH HALF OF THE NORTHWEST QUARTER OF SAID SECTION 8; THENCE EASTERLY ALONG THE SOUTH LINE OF SAID NORTH HALF OF THE NORTHWEST QUARTER NORTH 88°36'49" EAST, 2494.45 FEET TO THE SOUTHEAST CORNER OF SAID NORTH HALF OF THE NORTHWEST QUARTER AND THE TRUE POINT OF BEGINNING OF THIS DESCRIPTION; THENCE WESTERLY ALONG AN EXISTING FENCELINE SOUTH 89°45'44" WEST, 1709.51 FEET; THENCE DEPARTING SAID FENCELINE NORTH 14°48'59" EAST, 1028.23 FEET; THENCE NORTH 51°18'03" EAST, 336.13 FEET; THENCE NORTH 87°39'57" EAST, 539.55 FEET; THENCE NORTH 30°14'35" EAST, 399.38 FEET; THENCE SOUTH 50°59'58" EAST, 243.09 FEET; THENCE NORTH 88°51'32" EAST, 399.06 FEET TO THE WESTERLY RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF DANIELS PARK ROAD; THENCE SOUTHERLY ALONG SAID WESTERLY RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE SOUTH 32°43'24" EAST, 40.82 FEET; THENCE ALONG A CURVE TO THE RIGHT HAVING A DELTA OF 31°29'30", A RADIUS OF 643.88 FEET, AN ARC OF 353.90 FEET AND A LONG CHORD WHICH BEARS SOUTH 16°58'39" EAST, 349.46 FEET; THENCE SOUTH 01°13'54" EAST, 1050.26 FEET; THENCE DEPARTING SAID WESTERLY RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE SOUTH 89°45'44" WEST 310.59 FEET TO THE TRUE POINT OF BEGINNING OF THIS DESCRIPTION. THE ABOVE DESCRIPTION CONTAINS 55.00 ACRES, MORE OR LESS.

12' asphalt Paving

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50 63

LEGAL DESCRIPTION:

MANAGEMENT PLAN:

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Main House Floor Plan


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Well Info


7007 Daniels Park Road

Well Overview •

Well Permit Number 42201- F

Well Pumped in 2013

The Lower Dawson currently services the property for residential and agriculture use.

The three additional aquifers (Upper Dawson, Arapahoe and Laramie) have not been tapped.

The well allows diversion of up to 9.1 acre-feet per year, at a rate up to 100 gallons per minute for all decreed purposes.

Well Depth = 600 feet

There are four aquifers that are available for the property.

Average annual appropriations of Aquifers •

Upper Dawson - 200 maximum pumping rate and 2.7 average annual appropriation

Lower Dawson - 100 maximum pumping rate and 9.1 average annual appropriation

Arapahoe - 500 maximum pumping rate and 35.1 average annual appropriation

Laramie - 250 maximum pumping rate and 14.2 average annual appropriation

The well is located on the third tier in the back of the house.

Permitted Well Uses - Domestic, Irrigation, Livestock, Commercial, Industrial, Municipal.


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Septic System


7007 Daniels Park Road

Septic System Overview •

Permit Type - Septic

Permit Number - 20060359

Three Septic Fields

Four Storage Tanks

Pump Date - February 2, 2015

Tank Size - 1,750 Gallon

The Septic system has two leech fields located just south of the upper barn. They are used for all residential and agriculture

System installed by American Septic


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Title Documents


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ALTA Commitment for Title Insurance ISSUED BY

Commitment

First American Title Insurance Company File No: 5501-3274861 COMMITMENT FOR TITLE INSURANCE Issued By

FIRST AMERICAN TITLE INSURANCE COMPANY NOTICE IMPORTANT-READ CAREFULLY: THIS COMMITMENT IS AN OFFER TO ISSUE ONE OR MORE TITLE INSURANCE POLICIES. ALL CLAIMS OR REMEDIES SOUGHT AGAINST THE COMPANY INVOLVING THE CONTENT OF THIS COMMITMENT OR THE POLICY MUST BE BASED SOLELY IN CONTRACT. THIS COMMITMENT IS NOT AN ABSTRACT OF TITLE, REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF TITLE, LEGAL OPINION, OPINION OF TITLE, OR OTHER REPRESENTATION OF THE STATUS OF TITLE. THE PROCEDURES USED BY THE COMPANY TO DETERMINE INSURABILITY OF THE TITLE, INCLUDING ANY SEARCH AND EXAMINATION, ARE PROPRIETARY TO THE COMPANY, WERE PERFORMED SOLELY FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE COMPANY, AND CREATE NO EXTRACONTRACTUAL LIABILITY TO ANY PERSON, INCLUDING A PROPOSED INSURED. THE COMPANY'S OBLIGATION UNDER THIS COMMITMENT IS TO ISSUE A POLICY TO A PROPOSED INSURED IDENTIFIED IN SCHEDULE A IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE TERMS AND PROVISIONS OF THIS COMMITMENT. THE COMPANY HAS NO LIABILITY OR OBLIGATION INVOLVING THE CONTENT OF THIS COMMITMENT TO ANY OTHER PERSON. COMMITMENT TO ISSUE POLICY Subject to the Notice; Schedule B, Part I-Requirements; Schedule B, Part II-Exceptions; and the Commitment Conditions, First American Title Insurance Company, a Nebraska Corporation (the "Company"), commits to issue the Policy according to the terms and provisions of this Commitment. This Commitment is effective as of the Commitment Date shown in Schedule A for each Policy described in Schedule A, only when the Company has entered in Schedule A both the specified dollar amount as the Proposed Policy Amount and the name of the Proposed Insured. If all of the Schedule B, Part I-Requirements have not been met within six months after the Commitment Date, this Commitment terminates and the Company's liability and obligation end.

If this jacket was created electronically, it constitutes an original document.

This page is only a part of a 2016 ALTA® Commitment for Title Insurance issued by First American Title Insurance Company. This Commitment is not valid without the Notice; the Commitment to Issue Policy; the Commitment Conditions; Schedule A; Schedule B, Part I-Requirements; Schedule B, Part II-Exceptions. Copyright 2006-2016 American Land Title Association. All rights reserved. The use of this Form (or any derivative thereof) is restricted to ALTA licensees and ALTA members in good standing as of the date of use. All other uses are prohibited. Reprinted under license from the American Land Title Association. Form 50004008 (8-23-18)

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COMMITMENT CONDITIONS 1.

DEFINITIONS (a) “Knowledge” or “Known”: Actual or imputed knowledge, but not constructive notice imparted by the Public Records. (b) “Land”: The land described in Schedule A and affixed improvements that by law constitute real property. The term “Land” does not include any property beyond the lines of the area described in Schedule A, nor any right, title, interest, estate, or easement in abutting streets, roads, avenues, alleys, lanes, ways, or waterways, but this does not modify or limit the extent that a right of access to and from the Land is to be insured by the Policy. (c) “Mortgage”: A mortgage, deed of trust, or other security instrument, including one evidenced by electronic means authorized by law. (d) “Policy”: Each contract of title insurance, in a form adopted by the American Land Title Association, issued or to be issued by the Company pursuant to this Commitment. (e) “Proposed Insured”: Each person identified in Schedule A as the Proposed Insured of each Policy to be issued pursuant to this Commitment. (f) “Proposed Policy Amount”: Each dollar amount specified in Schedule A as the Proposed Policy Amount of each Policy to be issued pursuant to this Commitment. (g) “Public Records”: Records established under state statutes at the Commitment Date for the purpose of imparting constructive notice of matters relating to real property to purchasers for value and without Knowledge. (h) “Title”: The estate or interest described in Schedule A.

2.

If all of the Schedule B, Part I—Requirements have not been met within the time period specified in the Commitment to Issue Policy, this Commitment terminates and the Company’s liability and obligation end.

3.

The (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f)

4.

COMPANY’S RIGHT TO AMEND The Company may amend this Commitment at any time. If the Company amends this Commitment to add a defect, lien, encumbrance, adverse claim, or other matter recorded in the Public Records prior to the Commitment Date, any liability of the Company is limited by Commitment Condition 5. The Company shall not be liable for any other amendment to this Commitment.

5.

LIMITATIONS OF LIABILITY (a) The Company’s liability under Commitment Condition 4 is limited to the Proposed Insured’s actual expense incurred in the interval between the Company’s delivery to the Proposed Insured of the Commitment and the delivery of the amended Commitment, resulting from the Proposed Insured’s good faith reliance to: (i) comply with the Schedule B, Part I—Requirements; (ii) eliminate, with the Company’s written consent, any Schedule B, Part II—Exceptions; or (iii) acquire the Title or create the Mortgage covered by this Commitment. (b) The Company shall not be liable under Commitment Condition 5(a) if the Proposed Insured requested the amendment or had Knowledge of the matter and did not notify the Company about it in writing. (c) The Company will only have liability under Commitment Condition 4 if the Proposed Insured would not have incurred the expense had the Commitment included the added matter when the Commitment was first delivered to the Proposed Insured. (d) The Company’s liability shall not exceed the lesser of the Proposed Insured’s actual expense incurred in good faith and described in Commitment Conditions 5(a)(i) through 5(a)(iii) or the Proposed Policy Amount. (e) The Company shall not be liable for the content of the Transaction Identification Data, if any. (f) In no event shall the Company be obligated to issue the Policy referred to in this Commitment unless all of the Schedule B, Part I—Requirements have been met to the satisfaction of the Company. (g) In any event, the Company’s liability is limited by the terms and provisions of the Policy.

Company’s liability and obligation is limited by and this Commitment is not valid without: the Notice; the Commitment to Issue Policy; the Commitment Conditions; Schedule A; Schedule B, Part I—Requirements; and Schedule B, Part II—Exceptions.

This page is only a part of a 2016 ALTA® Commitment for Title Insurance issued by First American Title Insurance Company. This Commitment is not valid without the Notice; the Commitment to Issue Policy; the Commitment Conditions; Schedule A; Schedule B, Part I-Requirements; Schedule B, Part II-Exceptions. Copyright 2006-2016 American Land Title Association. All rights reserved. The use of this Form (or any derivative thereof) is restricted to ALTA licensees and ALTA members in good standing as of the date of use. All other uses are prohibited. Reprinted under license from the American Land Title Association. Form 50004008 (8-23-18)

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6.

LIABILITY OF THE COMPANY MUST BE BASED ON THIS COMMITMENT (a) Only a Proposed Insured identified in Schedule A, and no other person, may make a claim under this Commitment. (b) Any claim must be based in contract and must be restricted solely to the terms and provisions of this Commitment. (c) Until the Policy is issued, this Commitment, as last revised, is the exclusive and entire agreement between the parties with respect to the subject matter of this Commitment and supersedes all prior commitment negotiations, representations, and proposals of any kind, whether written or oral, express or implied, relating to the subject matter of this Commitment. (d) The deletion or modification of any Schedule B, Part II—Exception does not constitute an agreement or obligation to provide coverage beyond the terms and provisions of this Commitment or the Policy. (e) Any amendment or endorsement to this Commitment must be in writing and authenticated by a person authorized by the Company. (f) When the Policy is issued, all liability and obligation under this Commitment will end and the Company’s only liability will be under the Policy.

7.

IF THIS COMMITMENT HAS BEEN ISSUED BY AN ISSUING AGENT The issuing agent is the Company’s agent only for the limited purpose of issuing title insurance commitments and policies. The issuing agent is not the Company’s agent for the purpose of providing closing or settlement services.

8.

PRO-FORMA POLICY The Company may provide, at the request of a Proposed Insured, a pro-forma policy illustrating the coverage that the Company may provide. A pro-forma policy neither reflects the status of Title at the time that the pro-forma policy is delivered to a Proposed Insured, nor is it a commitment to insure.

9.

ARBITRATION The Policy contains an arbitration clause. All arbitrable matters when the Proposed Policy Amount is $2,000,000 or less shall be arbitrated at the option of either the Company or the Proposed Insured as the exclusive remedy of the parties. A Proposed Insured may review a copy of the arbitration rules at http://www.alta.org/arbitration.

This page is only a part of a 2016 ALTA® Commitment for Title Insurance issued by First American Title Insurance Company. This Commitment is not valid without the Notice; the Commitment to Issue Policy; the Commitment Conditions; Schedule A; Schedule B, Part I-Requirements; Schedule B, Part II-Exceptions. Copyright 2006-2016 American Land Title Association. All rights reserved. The use of this Form (or any derivative thereof) is restricted to ALTA licensees and ALTA members in good standing as of the date of use. All other uses are prohibited. Reprinted under license from the American Land Title Association. Form 50004008 (8-23-18)

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DISCLOSURE STATEMENT Pursuant to C.R.S. 30-10-406(3)(a) all documents received for recording or filing in the Clerk and Recorder's office shall contain a top margin of at least one inch and a left, right and bottom margin of at least one-half of an inch. The Clerk and Recorder will refuse to record or file any document that does not conform to the requirements of this section. NOTE: If this transaction includes a sale of the property and the price exceeds $100,000.00, the seller must comply with the disclosure/withholding provisions of C.R.S. 39-22-604.5 (Nonresident withholding). NOTE: Colorado Division of Insurance Regulations 8-1-2 requires that "Every title insurance company shall be responsible to the proposed insured(s) subject to the terms and conditions of the title commitment, other than the effective date of the title commitment, for all matters which appear of record prior to the time of recording whenever the title insurance company, or its agent, conducts the closing and settlement service that is in conjunction with its issuance of an owner's policy of title insurance and is responsible for the recording and filing of legal documents resulting from the transaction which was closed. Pursuant to C.R.S. 10-11-122, the company will not issue its owner's policy or owner's policies of title insurance contemplated by this commitment until it has been provided a Certificate of Taxes due or other equivalent documentation from the County Treasurer or the County Treasurer's authorized agent; or until the Proposed Insured has notified or instructed the company in writing to the contrary. The subject property may be located in a special taxing district. A Certificate of Taxes due listing each taxing jurisdiction shall be obtained from the County Treasurer or the County Treasurer's authorized agent. Information regarding special districts and the boundaries of such districts may be obtained from the Board of County Commissioners, the County Clerk and Recorder, or the County Assessor. NOTE: Pursuant to CRS 10-11-123, notice is hereby given: This notice applies to owner's policy commitments containing a mineral severance instrument exception, or exceptions, in Schedule B, Section 2. A. That there is recorded evidence that a mineral estate has been severed, leased, or otherwise conveyed from the surface estate and that there is a substantial likelihood that a third party holds some or all interest in oil, gas, other minerals, or geothermal energy in the property; and B. That such mineral estate may include the right to enter and use the property without the surface owner's permission. NOTE: Pursuant to Colorado Division of Insurance Regulations 8-1-2, Affirmative mechanic's lien protection for the Owner may be available (typically by deletion of Exception no. 4 of Schedule B, Section 2 of the Commitment from the Owner's Policy to be issued) upon compliance with the following conditions: A. The land described in Schedule A of this commitment must be a single family residence which includes a condominium or townhouse unit. B. No labor or materials have been furnished by mechanics or material-men for purposes of construction on the land described in Schedule A of this Commitment within the past 6 months. C. The Company must receive an appropriate affidavit indemnifying the Company against un-filed mechanic's and material-men's liens. D. The Company must receive payment of the appropriate premium. E. If there has been construction, improvements or major repairs undertaken on the property to be purchased within six months prior to the Date of the Commitment, the This page is only a part of a 2016 ALTAÂŽ Commitment for Title Insurance issued by First American Title Insurance Company. This Commitment is not valid without the Notice; the Commitment to Issue Policy; the Commitment Conditions; Schedule A; Schedule B, Part I-Requirements; Schedule B, Part II-Exceptions. Copyright 2006-2016 American Land Title Association. All rights reserved. The use of this Form (or any derivative thereof) is restricted to ALTA licensees and ALTA members in good standing as of the date of use. All other uses are prohibited. Reprinted under license from the American Land Title Association. Form 50004008 (8-23-18)

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requirements to obtain coverage for unrecorded liens will include: disclosure of certain construction information; financial information as to the seller, the builder and or the contractor; payment of the appropriate premium, fully executed Indemnity Agreements satisfactory to the company, and, any additional requirements as may be necessary after an examination of the aforesaid information by the Company. No coverage will be given under any circumstances for labor or material for which the insured has contracted for or agreed to pay. NOTE: Pursuant to C.R.S. 38-35-125(2) no person or entity that provides closing and settlement services for a real estate transaction shall disburse funds as a part of such services until those funds have been received and are available for immediate withdrawal as a matter of right. NOTE: C.R.S. 39-14-102 requires that a real property transfer declaration accompany any conveyance document presented for recordation in the State of Colorado. Said declaration shall be completed and signed by either the grantor or grantee. NOTE: Pursuant to CRS 10-1-128(6)(a), It is unlawful to knowingly provide false, incomplete, or misleading facts or information to an insurance company for the purpose of defrauding or attempting to defraud the company. Penalties may include imprisonment, fines, denial of insurance and civil damages. Any insurance company or agent of an insurance company who knowingly provides false, incomplete, or misleading facts or information to a policyholder or claimant for the purpose of defrauding or attempting to defraud the policyholder or claimant with regard to a settlement or award payable from insurance proceeds shall be reported to the Colorado division of insurance within the department of regulatory agencies. NOTE: Pursuant to Colorado Division of Insurance Regulations 8-1-3, notice is hereby given of the availability of an ALTA Closing Protection Letter which may, upon request, be provided to certain parties to the transaction identified in the commitment. Nothing herein contained will be deemed to obligate the company to provide any of the coverages referred to herein unless the above conditions are fully satisfied.

This page is only a part of a 2016 ALTAÂŽ Commitment for Title Insurance issued by First American Title Insurance Company. This Commitment is not valid without the Notice; the Commitment to Issue Policy; the Commitment Conditions; Schedule A; Schedule B, Part I-Requirements; Schedule B, Part II-Exceptions. Copyright 2006-2016 American Land Title Association. All rights reserved. The use of this Form (or any derivative thereof) is restricted to ALTA licensees and ALTA members in good standing as of the date of use. All other uses are prohibited. Reprinted under license from the American Land Title Association. Form 50004008 (8-23-18)

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ALTA Commitment for Title Insurance ISSUED BY

First American Title Insurance Company

Schedule A

File No: 5501-3274861

Transaction Identification Data for reference only: Issuing Agent: First American Title Insurance Company Issuing Office: 7887 East Belleview Avenue, Ste 170 Englewood, CO 80111

Commitment No.: 5501-3274861 Property Address: 7007 Daniels Park Road, Sedalia, CO 80135

Issuing Office File No.: 5501-3274861

Revision No.:

SCHEDULE A 1. 2.

3.

Commitment Date: June 24, 2019 8:00 AM Policies to be issued: (a)

☒ ALTA® Owner's Policy (6-17-06) Proposed Insured:TBD Proposed Policy Amount: $1,000.00

(b)

☒ ALTA® Loan Policy (6-17-06) Proposed Insured: Lender To Be Determined, its successors and/or assigns as their interests may appear Proposed Policy Amount: $1,000.00

The estate or interest in the Land described or referred to in this Commitment is Fee Simple

4.

The Title is, at the Commitment Date, vested in: Catherine Chase-Groos

5.

The Land is described as follows: See Exhibit "A" attached hereto and made a part hereof

Premiums: Owner's Policy: $ Lender's Policy: $ Tax Certificate Fee: $ Endorsement(s): $ TBD Fee: $100.00

This page is only a part of a 2016 ALTA® Commitment for Title Insurance issued by First American Title Insurance Company. This Commitment is not valid without the Notice; the Commitment to Issue Policy; the Commitment Conditions; Schedule A; Schedule B, Part I-Requirements; Schedule B, Part II-Exceptions. Copyright 2006-2016 American Land Title Association. All rights reserved. The use of this Form (or any derivative thereof) is restricted to ALTA licensees and ALTA members in good standing as of the date of use. All other uses are prohibited. Reprinted under license from the American Land Title Association. Form 50004008 (8-23-18)

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The following endorsements/coverages and a tax certificate are included in the Lender's Bundled Rate, if applicable: Deletion of Standard Exceptions 1-4 Endorsement Form ALTA 9 or 9.3/Form 100 Restrictions Endorsement Form ALTA 8.1 Environmental Protection Lien Endorsement Form ALTA 4.1/Form 115.1 Condominium or ALTA 5.1/115.2 Planned Unit Development Endorsement Form ALTA 22/Form 116 Location Endorsement Form 100.29 or Form 100.30 Mineral Rights Add any "one" of the following optional endorsements: Endorsement Form ALTA 6/Form 110.7 Variable Endorsement Form 110.9 Variable Endorsement Form ALTA 6.2/Form 110.8 Negative Amortizations

This page is only a part of a 2016 ALTAÂŽ Commitment for Title Insurance issued by First American Title Insurance Company. This Commitment is not valid without the Notice; the Commitment to Issue Policy; the Commitment Conditions; Schedule A; Schedule B, Part I-Requirements; Schedule B, Part II-Exceptions. Copyright 2006-2016 American Land Title Association. All rights reserved. The use of this Form (or any derivative thereof) is restricted to ALTA licensees and ALTA members in good standing as of the date of use. All other uses are prohibited. Reprinted under license from the American Land Title Association. Form 50004008 (8-23-18)

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ALTA Commitment for Title Insurance ISSUED BY

First American Title Insurance Company

Schedule BI & BII

File No: 5501-3274861

Commitment No.: 5501-3274861 SCHEDULE B, PART I Requirements All of the following Requirements must be met: 1.

The Proposed Insured must notify the Company in writing of the name of any party not referred to in this Commitment who will obtain an interest in the Land or who will make a loan on the Land. The Company may then make additional Requirements or Exceptions.

2.

Pay the agreed amount for the estate or interest to be insured.

3.

Pay the premiums, fees, and charges for the Policy to the Company.

4.

Documents satisfactory to the Company that convey the Title or create the Mortgage to be insured, or both, must be properly authorized, executed, delivered, and recorded in the Public Records.

5.

Payment of all taxes and assessments now due and payable as shown on a certificate of taxes due from the County Treasurer or the County Treasurer's Authorized Agent.

6.

Evidence that all assessments for common expenses, if any, have been paid.

7.

Final Affidavit and Agreement executed by Owners and/or Purchasers must be provided to the Company.

8.

Warranty Deed sufficient to convey the fee simple estate or interest in the land described or referred to herein, to the Proposed Insured, Schedule A, Item 2A.

9.

Deed of Trust sufficient to mortgage the fee simple estate or interest in the land described or referred to herein, to the Proposed Insured, Schedule A, Item 2B.

10.

Full release of the Deed of Trust from Catherine Chase-Groos to secure an indebtedness in the principal sum of $1,700,000.00, and any other amounts and/or obligations secured thereby, dated July 31, 2013 and recorded July 31, 2013 at Reception No. 2013064027 and re-recorded April 22, 2015 at Reception No. 2015025795. Trustee: Public Trustee of Douglas County Beneficiary: Bank of Denver NOTE: Assignment of Rents recorded July 31, 2013 at Reception No. 2013064028 and re-recorded April 22, 2015 at Reception No. 2015025796, given in connection with the above Deed of Trust.

This page is only a part of a 2016 ALTAÂŽ Commitment for Title Insurance issued by First American Title Insurance Company. This Commitment is not valid without the Notice; the Commitment to Issue Policy; the Commitment Conditions; Schedule A; Schedule B, Part I-Requirements; Schedule B, Part II-Exceptions. Copyright 2006-2016 American Land Title Association. All rights reserved. The use of this Form (or any derivative thereof) is restricted to ALTA licensees and ALTA members in good standing as of the date of use. All other uses are prohibited. Reprinted under license from the American Land Title Association. Form 50004008 (8-23-18)

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NOTE: Subordination, Non-Disturbance and Attornment Agreement and Estoppel Certificate recorded July 31, 2013 at Reception No. 2013064029 and recorded January 7, 2016 at Reception No. 2016001109. NOTE: Modification of Deed of Trust recorded October 2, 2018 at Reception No. 2018059932. 11.

Termination of Financing Statement recorded August 7, 2013 at Reception No. 2013066147 and Amendment recorded April 16, 2018 at Reception No. 2018022116. Secured Party: Bank of Denver. Debtor: Catherine Chase-Groos.

12.

Receipt of a satisfactory ALTA/NSPS Land Title Survey , approved by the Company. NOTE: Exception will be taken to any adverse matters disclosed thereby. NOTE: This Commitment is subject to such further Exceptions and Requirements as may appear necessary when the instruments called for above have been recorded and the name of the Grantee has been disclosed. NOTE: This commitment is subject to such further requirements and exceptions as may be deemed necessary upon review of high liability limits by counsel for the company, its agents or subsidiaries.

This page is only a part of a 2016 ALTAÂŽ Commitment for Title Insurance issued by First American Title Insurance Company. This Commitment is not valid without the Notice; the Commitment to Issue Policy; the Commitment Conditions; Schedule A; Schedule B, Part I-Requirements; Schedule B, Part II-Exceptions. Copyright 2006-2016 American Land Title Association. All rights reserved. The use of this Form (or any derivative thereof) is restricted to ALTA licensees and ALTA members in good standing as of the date of use. All other uses are prohibited. Reprinted under license from the American Land Title Association. Form 50004008 (8-23-18)

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ALTA Commitment for Title Insurance ISSUED BY

Schedule BI & BII (Cont.)

First American Title Insurance Company File No: 5501-3274861

Commitment No.: 5501-3274861 SCHEDULE B, PART II Exceptions THIS COMMITMENT DOES NOT REPUBLISH ANY COVENANT, CONDITION, RESTRICTION, OR LIMITATION CONTAINED IN ANY DOCUMENT REFERRED TO IN THIS COMMITMENT TO THE EXTENT THAT THE SPECIFIC COVENANT, CONDITION, RESTRICTION, OR LIMITATION VIOLATES STATE OR FEDERAL LAW BASED ON RACE, COLOR, RELIGION, SEX, SEXUAL ORIENTATION, GENDER IDENTITY, HANDICAP, FAMILIAL STATUS, OR NATIONAL ORIGIN. The Policy will not insure against loss or damage resulting from the terms and provisions of any lease or easement identified in Schedule A, and will include the following Exceptions unless cleared to the satisfaction of the Company: 1.

Any facts, rights, interests or claims which are not shown by the Public Records, but which could be ascertained by an inspection of the Land or by making inquiry of persons in possession thereof.

2.

Easements, or claims of easements, not shown by the Public Records.

3.

Discrepancies, conflicts in boundary lines, shortage in area, encroachments, and any facts which a correct land survey and inspection of the Land would disclose, and which are not shown by the Public Records.

4.

Any lien, or right to a lien, for services, labor or material theretofore or hereafter furnished, imposed by law and not shown in the Public Records.

5.

Any defect, lien, encumbrance, adverse claim, or other matter that appears for the first time in the Public Records or is created, attaches, or is disclosed between the Commitment Date and the date on which all of the Schedule B, Part I-Requirements are met. Note: Exception number 5 will be removed from the policy provided the Company conducts the closing and settlement service for the transaction identified in the commitment.

6.

Any and all unpaid taxes, assessments and unredeemed tax sales.

7.

Unpatented mining claims; reservations or exceptions in patents or in Acts authorizing the issuance thereof.

8.

Any water rights, claims of title to water, in, on or under the Land.

9.

Reservations of (1) right of proprietor of any penetrating vein or lode to extract his ore; and (2) right of way for any ditches or canals constructed by authority of the United States, in U.S. Patent recorded October 24, 1892 in Book P at Page 133.

This page is only a part of a 2016 ALTA® Commitment for Title Insurance issued by First American Title Insurance Company. This Commitment is not valid without the Notice; the Commitment to Issue Policy; the Commitment Conditions; Schedule A; Schedule B, Part I-Requirements; Schedule B, Part II-Exceptions. Copyright 2006-2016 American Land Title Association. All rights reserved. The use of this Form (or any derivative thereof) is restricted to ALTA licensees and ALTA members in good standing as of the date of use. All other uses are prohibited. Reprinted under license from the American Land Title Association. Form 50004008 (8-23-18)

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10.

Any interest in all oil, gas and other minerals as reserved by William E. Hughes, Holly Hughes and Doris Bell Cogswell-Morfit in deed recorded December 22, 1980 in Book 402 at Page(s) 684, 689 and 694; together with any rights of ingress and egress therein and any and all assignments thereof or interests therein.

11.

Right of way easement as granted to Tweet Kimball in instrument recorded September 27, 1984 in Book 541 at Page 34.

12.

Any tax, lien, fee, or assessment by reason of inclusion in the Castlewood Fire Protection District, as evidenced by instrument recorded December 31, 1986 in Book 691 at Page 462.

13.

Terms, agreements, provisions, conditions, obligations, easements, and restrictions, if any, as contained in Water Lease and Water Facility Purchase Agreement recorded October 30, 1984 in Book 545 at Page 870 and September 20, 1989 in Book 873 at Page 745.

14.

Any tax, lien, fee, or assessment by reason of inclusion in the Cherry Creek Basin Authority, as evidenced by instrument recorded May 6, 1998 in Book 790 at Page 718.

15.

Grant of all water and related appurtenances as evidenced in Deed recorded July 23, 1992 in Book 1073 at Page(s) 262 and Page 264 and in Deed recorded November 13, 2007 at Reception No. 2007087458.

16.

Terms, agreements, provisions, conditions, obligations, easements, and restrictions, if any, as contained in Memorandum of Lease recorded December 9, 1997 in Book 1492 at Page 443.

17.

Terms, agreements, provisions, conditions, obligations, easements, and restrictions, if any, as contained in Permanent Slope and Drainage Easement Deed recorded September 27, 2001 in Book 2139 at Page 1536.

18.

Terms, agreements, provisions, conditions, obligations, easements, and restrictions, if any, as contained in Memorandum of Lease Agreement recorded September 8, 2008 at Reception No. 2008062084 and re-recorded May 27, 2016 at Reception No. 2016033618.

19.

Oil and Gas Leases recorded October 18, 2011 at Reception No.(s) 2011063346, 2011063347, 2011063348, 2011063349 and 2011063350, and any and all assignments thereof or interests therein.

20.

Terms, agreements, provisions, conditions, obligations, easements, and restrictions, if any, as contained in Memorandum of Lease recorded June 24, 2015 at Reception No. 2015043187.

The following exceptions have been recorded subsequent to the recorded date of the deed vesting title in the name of the Seller(s) as identified under Schedule A, Section 4 of this commitment: 21.

Terms, agreements, provisions, conditions, obligations, easements, and restrictions, if any, as contained in Easement and Assignment of Lease Agreement recorded July 7, 2016 at Reception No. 2016001108.

This page is only a part of a 2016 ALTAÂŽ Commitment for Title Insurance issued by First American Title Insurance Company. This Commitment is not valid without the Notice; the Commitment to Issue Policy; the Commitment Conditions; Schedule A; Schedule B, Part I-Requirements; Schedule B, Part II-Exceptions. Copyright 2006-2016 American Land Title Association. All rights reserved. The use of this Form (or any derivative thereof) is restricted to ALTA licensees and ALTA members in good standing as of the date of use. All other uses are prohibited. Reprinted under license from the American Land Title Association. Form 50004008 (8-23-18)

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22.

Terms, agreements, provisions, conditions, obligations, easements, and restrictions, if any, as contained in Partial Termination of Lease recorded July 7, 2016 at Reception No. 2016001110.

23.

Terms, agreements, provisions, conditions, obligations, easements, and restrictions, if any, as contained in Resolution No. R-018-095 recorded September 27, 2018 at Reception No. 2018059213.

24.

Any existing leases or tenancies.

This page is only a part of a 2016 ALTAÂŽ Commitment for Title Insurance issued by First American Title Insurance Company. This Commitment is not valid without the Notice; the Commitment to Issue Policy; the Commitment Conditions; Schedule A; Schedule B, Part I-Requirements; Schedule B, Part II-Exceptions. Copyright 2006-2016 American Land Title Association. All rights reserved. The use of this Form (or any derivative thereof) is restricted to ALTA licensees and ALTA members in good standing as of the date of use. All other uses are prohibited. Reprinted under license from the American Land Title Association. Form 50004008 (8-23-18)

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ISSUED BY

First American Title Insurance Company

Exhibit A

File No: 5501-3274861

File No.: 5501-3274861 The Land referred to herein below is situated in the County of Douglas, State of Colorado, and is described as follows: A portion of the South Half of Section 5 and a portion of the North Half of Section 8, Township 7 South, Range 67 West of the Sixth Principal Meridian, Douglas County, Colorado, being described as follows: Beginning at the Northwest corner of the Northwest Quarter of said Section 8 and considering the West line of said Northwest Quarter to bear South 00°27'44" East with all bearings contained herein relative thereto; thence Southerly along said West line South 00°27'44" East, 1331.68 feet to the Southwest corner of the North Half of the Northwest Quarter of said Section 8; thence Easterly along the South line of said North Half of the Northwest Quarter North 88°36'49" East, 2494.45 feet to the Southeast corner of said North Half of the Northwest Quarter and the True Point of Beginning of this description; thence Westerly along an existing fence line South 89°45'44" West, 1709.51 feet; thence departing said fence line North 14°48'59" East, 1028.23 feet; thence North 51°18'03" East, 336.13 feet; thence North 87°39'57" East, 539.55 feet; thence North 30°14'35" East, 399.33 feet; thence South 50°59'58" East, 243.09 feet; thence North 88°51'32" East, 399.06 feet to the Westerly right-of-way line of Daniels Park Road; thence Southerly along said Westerly right-of-way line South 32°43'24" East, 40.82 feet; thence along a curve to the right having a delta of 31°29'30", a radius of 643.88 feet, an arc of 353.90 feet and a long chord which bears South 16°58'39" East, 349.46 feet; thence South 01°13'54" East, 1050.26 feet; thence departing said Westerly right-of-way line South 89°45'44" West, 310.59 feet to the true point of beginning of this description, County of Douglas, State of Colorado.

This page is only a part of a 2016 ALTA® Commitment for Title Insurance issued by First American Title Insurance Company. This Commitment is not valid without the Notice; the Commitment to Issue Policy; the Commitment Conditions; Schedule A; Schedule B, Part I-Requirements; Schedule B, Part II-Exceptions. Copyright 2006-2016 American Land Title Association. All rights reserved. The use of this Form (or any derivative thereof) is restricted to ALTA licensees and ALTA members in good standing as of the date of use. All other uses are prohibited. Reprinted under license from the American Land Title Association. Form 50004008 (8-23-18)

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