24071 Eccles St, Elbert, CO, 80106
$50,000 – Off Market
The community has suffered several floods, the most damaging occurring in 1935, when the Kiowa Creek destroyed 75% of the structures in Elbert and resulted in seven deaths. The structures were never rebuilt.
On 11 January 1998 a fireball was seen over Elbert County, and later a stone of 680.5 g was found in a field by a five-year-old on a family farm. The stone was officially named Elbert and was classified as an ordinary chondrite LL6.
Then on June 15, 2009, a huge three quarter mile-wide, EF2 tornado touched down in rural fields two miles west of town destroying a barn at a farm and an airplane hangar.
So what do you think? Anybody game?