N2SE4SW4 SEC 27-3-74 CONT 20 ACRES (193-462) (TD 371-771)

$10,880 or $208.23/mo for 72 mos

Costilla County, CO

N2SE4SW4 SEC 27-3-74 CONT 20 ACRES (193-462) (TD 371-771)

20 acres

This rare 20 acre lot is situated just east of the mighty Rio Grande River where you can fish for brown trout. Very accessible just to the north of state highway 142 and the town of San Luis is a short 15 minute drive to restock your supplies. Enjoy all the mountain views and beautiful sunsets from your RV or small cabin along with peace and solitude with very few neighbors close by. Wild horses, pronghorn antelope, mule deer and elk roam all throughout this valley. The San Luis Valley is one of the highest and largest intermountain valleys in the world. Bordered on the East by the Sangre De Cristo Mountains and the San Juans on the West, you will find a multitude of historical, cultural and recreational activities including: Monte Vista & Alamosa Wildlife Refuges, San Luis Lake State Park, Great Sand Dunes National Park & Preserve, Penitente Canyon, Thunder Mountain Speedway, Cumbres & Toltec Scenic Railroad, Colorado Gator Farm, Del Norte, Monte Vista, etc. The San Luis Valley is one of Colorado’s last large agricultural areas. It is also is one of the nation’s largest potato producing areas, and produces a lot of barley and hay. If you drink beer brewed in Colorado (either Coors or Bud), chances are good the barley it was brewed from was grown in the San Luis Valley. The agricultural output of the Valley is amazing, since it sits at around 7,500+ elevation and has a relative short growing season. It averages generally less than 8 inches of precipitation per year and is totally reliant on irrigation. Winters can be very cold, but with relatively little snow on the valley floor. The valley is also cool in the summer with few days topping 90 degrees. The oldest settlements and the oldest continuously operating church in Colorado are in the Valley. There are some great local restaurants where one can find authentic southern Colorado/northern New Mexico “New Mexican” food. There are many neat things to see in the Valley–the Great Sand Dunes, an alligator farm (really!), the Stations of the Cross sculptures in San Luis (an absolute must-not-miss, regardless of one’s religious persuasion), the Cumbres & Toltec Scenic Railroad and the Rio Grande Scenic Railroad (both not to be missed), just to name a few. Finance this property with $1000 down, a $150 doc fee, and 72 monthly payments of $214.82, 7% interest.

Terrain Flat to gently rolling Elevation 7600 ft
Access County maintained dirt road Zoning Residential
Property Uses Build, Recreation (camping, RV camping, hunting, ATV's, horseback riding, etc)
Utilities A water well and a septic system can be installed on 5 acre parcels, power could be by solar, generator or propane gas
Property Taxes $148 HOA None
Cash Price $10,880 Finance Price $13,600
$1300 Down Payment, $150 Doc Fee
$$208.23 per month for 72 months

Scott Bennett

Realtor

478.737.6164 478.737.6164
email land@landabundance.com

To Purchase

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