A 39 acre lot located only 12 minutes from the town of Alamosa, just off Co Route 160 in the heart of the Colorado’s San Luis Valley features 360 degree mountain views, including the Sangre de Christo Range. Just a few minutes drive from the San Luis Reservoir for swimming, fishing and hiking and just a little further to the Great Sand Dunes National Park.
This property is very rural and private yet close enough to town to have all major amenities such as a university, hospital, good schools, shopping, airport and other services. The town of Alamosa is growing and a very nice place to live. This property could be a great long term investment.
You might want to enjoy the Shooting Range just on the west of the Property!
We Purchased this Property with Title Insurance!
Cash Price: $9,997 Plus Doc Fee *Seller Financing Possible. Contact us.
For well water info Call Division of Water Resources at (719) 589-6683 and give the APN #.
For County Land Use to answer questions not answered in this ad (because we only know what’s in the ad) call (719) 589-3812.
These parcel have deeded legal access and were purchased with Title Insurance.
Alamosa County is one of the 64 counties of the U.S. of Colorado. This county have a good places to bond with your family, enjoy and forget your problems for a while like Sangre De Cristo Wilderness, San Luis State Park, Rio Grande National Forest, Monte Vista National Wildlife Refuge, Great Sand Dunes National Park and Reserves and Alamosa Wildlife Refuge.
About the San Luis Valley
The San Luis Valley, North America’s largest alpine valley, sits at the south-central border of Colorado and New Mexico, beginning just above of Taos, NM and extending north to Poncha Pass, near Villa Grove, CO. Highways 160 (east-west) and 285 (north-south) are the region’s primary transportation veins.
The San Luis Valley sits at about 7,500 feet above sea level, in a semi-arid region ringed on all sides by mountains. The climate is dry and temperate for three seasons, with sunny, warm, pleasant summers and cool, breezy springs and falls. Winters can be harsh, with daytime temperatures averaging in the 20s and often dipping well below zero at night. Snowfall is common from October through April and accumulates in the foothills and mountains (including Zapata), usually melting off quickly in the lower elevations.
About the Seller: Mile High Rural Land was formed to acquire and resell undeveloped raw land at deep discounts, enabling our investors to capitalize on multiple exit strategies, cash, terms or hold for capital gain. The properties we provide to our buyers are generally purchased for investment, to enjoy with family, build a cabin or second home, to use for camping, ride motorcycles, hunt, etc.
GPS 4 Corners
NW: 37.4885093, -105.7576539
NE: 37.4885492, -105.7530361
SW: 37.4848725, -105.7530075
SE: 37.4848032, -105.7576023
*Interest Rate: 10%, A $20/mo loan administration fee does apply
Mile High Rural Land is officially Land Academy certified.
*The information contained in this ad is all that we know about the property and is thought to be accurate. However, we advise our customers to do their own due diligence
|Best Attribute||Near Power|
|APN or Other ID||"Not yet Available"|
|Legal Description||N1/2 W1/2 NE1/4 of S3, T37 North, R11 East of the N.M.P.M.|
|Property Type||Rural Land|
|General Elevation (in feet)||7537|
|Power||At lot line|
|Water||Would be by well or alternative system|
|Sewer||Septic or alternative system|
|Time to Build||No Limit|
|Title Info||Purchased with Title Insurance|
|Annual Property Taxes (Approx)||335.78|
|Terms||Seller Financing Possible. Contact us.|