5.35 Acres - Bonner Road, Fort Garland
Costilla County, Colorado 81133
FULL PURCHASE PRICE
SELLER FINANCING 9%
ANNUAL TAXES ( BILLED SEPERAPLY)
ANNUAL ASSOCIATION DUES 0
TOTAL DUE AT CLOSING BID
NO PREPAYMENT PENALTY
3 YEAR SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
This Exchange Privilege is unique and very beneficial to the potential buyer. You can exchange your principal equity to another lot (of equal value or greater) in any state where I sell land within 3 years from your date of purchase. I know of no other seller who makes this offer to customers.
A servicing corporation, based out of Phoenix, Arizona, will mail you a statement monthly. This servicing agent has been in business for 25 years.
ALL LOTS ARE FREE AND CLEAR OF ANY LIENS OR ENCUMBRANCES. YOU WILL RECEIVE A WARRANTY DEED WHEN THE PROPERTY IS PAID IN FULL.
I accept the following credit cards: American Express, Diner's Club, Discover, MasterCard and Visa. I also accept cashier's checks, money orders and wire transfers.
COMMANDING VIEWS OF THE ROCKIES!
SPECTACULAR WOODED LOT
SOUTHERN COLORADO SPECTACULAR VIEWS OF SANGRE DE CRISTO MOUNTAINS!
JUST 30 MILES TO ALAMOSA!
FEW MINUTES FROM BLANCA AND FORT GARLAND!
The subdivision is located in the heart of the Sangre de Cristo Mountain range in Southern Colorado. It can be accessed from Route 160 at the eastern edge of the San Luis Valley, about 50miles (80km) west of Walsenburg, 1-mile (1.6km) east of Fort Garland, and 30miles (48km) east of Alamosa. The ranches are located in Costilla County. Forbes, Inc. developed this area and began selling lots in 1971 and finished the sales operation around 2000. There are slightly under 8000 lots ranging in size from 5 to 20 acres (81,000 m2). The subdivision encompasses approximately 56,160 acres (227.3 km2) of land, of which 4,624 acres (18.71 km2) are devoted to Common Land. The small towns of Blanca and San Luis are also nearby.
The San Luis Valley is the world's largest Alpine valley with its cultural and economic center located in Alamosa. The San Luis Valley sits on one of the largest aquifers in the world. Due to its valley location, the annual snowfall is generally less than one foot.
About Utilities: Water is by individual well. The San Luis Valley sits on one of the world's largest aquifers so finding water is not a problem. Waste disposal is by individual septic system. Alternate energy - solar, generator, etc. used extensively and is ideal in the San Luis Valley. Zoning is residential and there is no time limit to build.