Blanca, Costilla County,
ColoradoAcres (330' x 660')
5 ACRES EAST OF ALAMOSA COLORADO
NICE MOUNTAIN VIEWS FROM THE PROPERTY
GREAT PLACE FOR CABIN GETAWAY
APROX. 7500' ELEVATION
ANNUAL TAXES $Purchase Price $1,$499 DOC FEE TO BE ADDED FOR THE WHOLE 5 ACRES
TOTALING $1,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, MasterCard and Visa. I also accept cashier's checks, money orders and wire transfers.
SOUTHERN COLORADO: 5 ACRE LOT WITH BEAUTIFUL MOUNTAIN VIEWS!
FANTASTIC MOUNTAIN VIEWS! HUNTING, FISHING, CAMPING!
NEAR BLANCA HUNTING & FISHING PRESERVE!
FEW MINUTES FROM BLANCA AND FORT GARLAND,
12 MILES EAST OF ALAMOSA, 2 MILES SOUTH OF US HIGHWAY 160.
The property is east of Alamosa and approximately 12 miles from Blanca and 15 miles from Fort Garland. These properties have great views of the Sangre de Cristo Mountain and Blanca Peak. Alamosa is the cultural and economic center. The property is within several hours drive to Denver and many of the country's leading resorts in Colorado and nearby New Mexico, including Taos and Santa Fe.
Directions : From the Town of Blanca go to the far West side of town on HWY 160, go straight when HWY 160 bends to the right, at the T intersection turn left onto CTY Road here may not be a sign) Continue South on RD 12 to CR FF and turn right, head West past CR 11 and then turn left onto Boulder BLVD. The Road then zig zags around some fields, but stay on the main road. Continue on Boulder to Sterling (again may not be a sign, refer to maps to count roads as you pass them) Turn left on Sterling and go over Trinchera Creek (may be dry some times of year) Columbine will be the first right after the creek the road is faint, but drivable, Lot 20 is 4th lot from the corner on the left approx. 1000 ftMajor Attractions: Cumbers and Toltec Scenic Railroad, Great Sand Dunes National Monument.
Festivals & Events: Crane Festival (mid-March); Sunshine Festival (1st weekend in June); Castles and Kites Festival (end of June); Ski-Hi Stampede (end of July).
Outdoor Activities: Mountain Biking, Fishing: Conejos River, La Jara Reservoir, Rio Grande, Sanchez Reservoir; Four-Wheel Drive Trips; Golf: Cattails Golf Course-18 hole public golf course; Hiking and Backpacking: Blanca Peak, Crater Lake, Crestone Trails; Downhill Skiing and Snowboarding: Wolf Creek Ski Resort; Spa: Pagosa Springs; Swimming: Great Sand Dunes Swimming Pool and Splashland in Alamosa.
Wolf Creek is known as the ski area with the most snow in Colorado, over 450 inches a year via Mother Nature. The ski runs are 20% beginner, 35% intermediate, 25% advanced, and 20% expert. The entire skiable area is 700 acres, with the altitude base starting at 10,350 feet and going up to 11,775 feet at the Continental Divide. The resort is approximately 1.5 hours from Alamosa.