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10 Secluded Ac Near The Reservoir

Blanca, CO 81123

Costilla County, Colorado

10 Acres
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Ranch Description

This Blanca, CO, 10 acre property is in an awesome location just under 10 miles from Smith Reservoir (Note this is two adjacent 5 acre lots). There are endless opportunities for outdoor adventures in this valley.

This property is in a small valley with great views of the hills and the peak of Mt Blanca. Good roads going to it until the last little bit where the first 5 acres starts. Kit Carson Road is not maintained well by the county so access is not perfect. Level ground that is great for recreational use.

This property will exceed your expectations with wide open mountain views and fresh air.

Owner financing is available.

Don't Hesitate Contact Us Now To Make This One Yours.

APN: Two 5-acre parcels: 70385370; 70385360

City/Zip: Blanca, CO 81123

Subdivision: San Luis Valley Ranches

Legal Description: S.L.V.R. Unit 23 BLK 28 Lot 10; S.L.V.R. Unit 23 BLK 28 Lot 11

Zoning: Residential (Buildable parcel/modular site builds allowed)

NOTE: 600sqft min dwelling size

GPS Coordinates: 37.3783,-105.6443

GPS Coordinates (4 corners):

37.3789, -105.6457 Nw

37.3795, -105.6436 Ne

37.3778, -105.6429 Se

37.3772, -105.6450 Sw

Access to property: Dove Creek Rd. to Kit Carlson Rd.

Road surface/type: Dirt

Who maintains roads: County

Closest highways: Us-160

Closest Small City: Alamosa, Colorado (22 miles, 32 min)

Closest major city: Pueblo, Colorado (108 miles; 1 hour, 53 minutes)

Closest small town: Blanca, Colorado 81123 (10 miles; 16 minutes)

Closest gas station: Conoco, 700 4th Ave, Fort Garland, CO 81133 (15 miles; 20 minutes)

Nearby attractions: Fort Garland Museum & Cultural Center, Smith Reservoir, Mountain Home Reservoir, Trinchera Creek, Zapata Falls, The Great Sand Dunes National Park, Mt. Banca

Annual property taxes: $136.00

Water: Would have to drill a well or haul water. Would have to contact Fort Garland Water & Sanitation.

Sewer / Septic: Septic would have to be installed.

Electric: May use Solar, or contact Xcell Energy or San Isabel Electric Association Inc.

Gas: There is no natural gas, can use propane. Would have to contact AmeriGas Propane, Conejos Propane or La Veta Propane.

Waste: Would have to contact G T Trash Services or Cortez Sanitation.

This property won't last long. Contact us today to make it your own.

Costilla County, stretches over almost 1,227 square miles. With the arrival of Europeans in the late 1600S, it became formally established on April 5, 1851, and remains the oldest continuously occupied settlement in Colorado. (San Luis being the oldest town.)

The county attracts a lot of Americans looking to build an homestead because land prices are reasonable and, despite low precipitation, it's well suited for crop cultivation and the raising of livestock. Not there are near 300 days of sunshine per year too.

Colorado is broken up into game management units. Costilla County is part of GMU 83 and this particular GMU has one of the largest elk herds. The Trinchera elk herd has an estimated population of around 7,000 elk. Deer, antelope, coyotes, bears, bighorn sheep, mountain lions, black bear, and coyotes are common sites in the area. Large herds of 100 elk are not uncommon, and even if you aren't a hunter you can come and just appreciate all of these beautiful animals with your camera instead of a rifle.

If you love birdwatching you will be able to spot many species here in the San Luis Valley. Of the more than 500 species of birds in Colorado, over 300 of them can be found in the valley. But it's the dancing and rattling calls of the sandhill cranes numbering up to 20,000 during their southern migration pattern that make the San Luis Valley especially impressive for bird enthusiasts. The Alamosa Wild Life Refuge area along with the Rio Grande River and the many reservoirs in this valley make bird watching throughout the year special and very unique. The many bird species range from Sandhill Cranes, Magpies, to Black birds, also depending on the time of year birds of prey such Eagles, Hawks, and Harriers frequent the area. So dust of those binoculars and come out here. Below are a couple links to birds spotted recently in the area.

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More Ranch Details

Owner Will Finance
Residential Zoning
Desert Terrain
Dirt Road Access
Estimated Annual Taxes
Assessor Parcel Number (APN)
70385370 & 360
44 Days Ago
Last Updated
39 Days Ago

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