Seller financing is available for this property:
$500 down, $100 per month for 40 months
$500 down and $200 per month for 20 months
Cash price also available
ROADS: The roads in most of this subdivision, including the road this property is on, are dirt. So you definitely want to make sure you have a suitable vehicle to visit this property.
WATER: You can fill a 500 gallon tank at the Alamosa Water Dept. for as little as $2.50. )
POWER: There is no electricity or other utilities on the property. Most people in the area use solar power.
The San Luis Valley has a well-deserved reputation as a sportsman's paradise. Herds of elk, deer and wild turkey roam the subdivision of Rio Grande Ranchos. Fish from the Rio Grande River are plentiful. Wild horses are also frequent visitors.
No less than four boating and fishing lakes are within 45 to 50 minutes. Check out Zapata Falls, the many horse trails, and the fishing and boating lakes such as Smith Reservoir - stocked with trout, walleye and bass - within 45 minutes to an hour away. Other recreation options include the Great San Dunes National Monument with camping, hiking, ATV trails, and majestic views.
Ski and art enthusiasts can enjoy Taos, New Mexico, an easy 45 to 50 minutes south. Taos - popular for both its skiing and for its well- known art colony, attracting literally thousands of tourists each year - can become your own backyard playground. Other ski areas within 1 1/2 hour's drive offer beginner, intermediate, and pro slopes with snowboarding areas.
Residents and sportsmen can enjoy the rural serenity of the valley while having easy access to Alamosa, 45 to 50 minutes to the northwest, where all the advantages of a four-year college, airport, and many shops and restaurants, including a new Wal Mart, are available. The town of San Luis, the oldest settlement in Colorado, is approximately 25 miles away.
Home builders love that Rio Grande Ranchos remains unpolluted with a moderate cost of living. It sits on top of the largest, cleanest water table in the North American Continent. Its fertile soil produces a variety of crops, including an abundance of alfalfa. The sun shines an average of 300 days per year and snowfall is limited.
While I have included pictures of the Rio Grande River, the property is actually not next to the river, the river is a long walk or a very short drive away -- less than three miles.
Legal Description R.G.R. UNIT 47 BLK 6 LOT 6 (D 302-234)
GPS Coordinates: 37.1457, -105.6605
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Directions to Farm
Depart S Main St toward Central Main St
2. Turn right onto Alan Hamel Ave
3. Turn right onto US-50 BR / S Santa Fe Ave
4. Take ramp left and follow signs for I-25 South
Conoco on the corner
45.4 mi, 39 min
5. At exit 52, take ramp right for I-25-BL South toward Alamosa / Walsenburg
6. Bear right onto I-25 BL / US-85 / US-87
7. Turn right onto US-160 / W 7th St
Carl's Jr on the corner
47.0 mi, 43 min
8. Turn left onto CO-159 / Miranda Ave
Pass TEXACO in 0.1 mi
20.2 mi, 21 min
9. Bear right onto County Road P
10. Keep straight onto CO-142
11. Turn left onto Rio Grande Dr
12. Turn right onto La Jara Trail
13. Turn left onto Kiowa Rd
14. Road name changes to Tekakwitha Rd
15. Road name changes to Kiowa Rd
16. Arrive at Kiowa Rd on the right
The last intersection is Kalamath Trail
If you reach Lipan Trail, you've gone too far