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Live that off-grid life under the beautiful Colorado Mountains. The property is located in Alamosa County about midway between Alamosa and Blanca/Fort Garland.
A full 5 acres of Colorado land located in Alamosa County in the San Luis Valley Ranches subdivision 20 minutes east of Alamosa just north of US-160 and east of CO-150.
Parcel #: 527730105012
GPS Location: 37.501, -105.582
NW GPS: 37.502, -105.582
NE GPS: 37.502, -105.581
SW GPS: 37.500, -105.582
SE GPS: 37.500, -105.581
Roads: This property is just east of CO-150 and a mile north of US-160, on 15th street (a dirt road).
Zoning: The zoning is “Rural.” There are not many buildings in the area, but you can build a house of any size above 500 sq ft. on the property after you have the deed.
Power: There are no utilities in the area, so most people use solar.
Water and Septic: If you choose to build, you will need to drill a well and put in a septic system. Well permits are allowed in this unit.
Terms: The price advertised is the cash price. Owner will consider financing the property for as little as $99/month. No credit check is required. Buyer can make a down payment and use the land while it is being paid off. There will be no prepayment penalty. Building a home is allowed after the property is paid in full and the deed is transferred.
Documentation: The property will be conveyed via Special Warranty Deed. The transaction is simple and we handle all the paperwork, mailing and filing with the county. There is a money-back guarantee. There is a document fee of $249 which is nonrefundable.
We’ll be available to answer questions before and after the sale.
About the Area:
The land is located in the San Luis Valley a region in south-central Colorado with a small portion overlapping into New Mexico. It is the headwaters of the Rio Grande and sits between the Sangre de Cristo Mountains to the east and the San Juan Mountains to the west. The area is right under Blanca Peak, the fourth highest summit of the Rocky Mountains and near the Great Sand Dunes National Park, Zapata Falls, and San Luis State Wildlife Area.
In addition to a high prevalence of farming and ranching in the valley, the area also attracts visitors for hunting, fishing, camping, and ATV adventures. Black bears, mountain lions, elk, deer and bighorn sheep are all found in the area. For more on hunting, fishing, and camping nearby see the Alamosa County Guide to Fishing, Hunting, and Camping.
The San Luis Valley is an alpine desert environment with an average elevation of 7,664 feet (2,336 m) above sea level. Skies are mostly clear year-round. With an above average of 282 days of sun, it is very conducive to solar energy production and has the highest per capita concentration of home-based solar energy systems in the United States. The high temperatures peak in July with an average high of 82 degrees, but with no humidity. The high-temperature average in the coldest month, January, is 35 degrees. For more on the local climate see the Alamosa Climate Data.