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80 Acres with a Potential for 94

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How it Works: Choose a Payment Option, Then Click Its Button to Pay the Down Payment and Secure Your Land. I’ll Contact You to Start the Paperwork. Simple!

Option 1: Cash Price

Pay $39000 now, Save $5000! Financed Price: $44000
$1500 deposit + $297 Doc Fees Buy Now

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$511/mo for 96 months Plus Taxes and Fees
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Property Description

Compare to competition! Nice, flat 80 acre parcel with a potential to make it 94 acres relatively easily, more than enough for two additional ag wells. Inquire for details. Single residential well on site. Easy access with grazing/tilling, hunting and building options. Wide open space with easy access. Beautiful open sky country with 360 mountain views.

13 miles east of Alamosa off Hwy 160. Conveniences in Alamosa include shopping, medical, restaurants, repairs, Adam State University, a commercial airport with 2 daily flights and everything else one needs to live. Recreation includes great hiking, exploration, tons of hunting and fishing options, public lands, Great Sand Dunes national park and several major ski areas within 1.5 hours.

Survey completed in 2019.

Four Corner Coordinates:

37.46428, -105.650489 NW
37.464382, -105.639202 NE
37.461112, -105.639159 SE
37.460976, -105.650317 SW

DISCLAIMER Photos are representative and not necessarily of the exact lot. Buyer is responsible for verifying all information with the County as to what can and can’t be done with the property. Buyer will need to work with the County to obtain the proper permits if needed. Buyer will also need to confirm the availability of any utilities needed or serviced on the property. Seller makes no warranties or representations about the land, its condition, or what can be built on the property.

Features

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Acres

79.72

Access

Access

County Maintained Dirt Road

Power

Power

Power Nearby

Water

Water

By Well

Sewer

Sewer

By Septic

State

State

Colorado

County

County

Alamosa

Subdivision

Subdivision

NA

Legal

Legal

S2SE4 10-37-12 80AC PRD REC #373242 05-13-19 WD REC #373244 05-10-19

Parcel Number

Parcel Number

541710400016

Center Coordinates

Center Coordinates

37.462495°, -105.644472°

Zoning

Zoning

Rural

Topography

Topography

Flat

Elevation

Elevation

7625

Flood Zone

Flood Zone

X – Minimal Risk

Map

Nearby Attractions/City

Alamosa

Alamosa City Limit By Jeffrey Beall - Own work, CC BY-SA 3.0
By Jeffrey Beall – Own work, CC BY-SA 3.0

The City of Alamosa is the Home Rule Municipality that is the county seat and the most populous municipality of Alamosa CountyColoradoUnited States. The city population was 8,780 at the 2010 United States Census. The city is the commercial center of the San Luis Valley in south-central Colorado, and is the home of Adams State University.

History

Alamosa was established in May 1878 by the Denver and Rio Grande Railroad and quickly became an important rail center. The railroad had an extensive construction, repair and shipping facility in Alamosa for many years and headquartered its remaining narrow gauge service here with trackage reaching many points throughout southwest Colorado and northern New Mexico. Alamosa is now a notable tourist town with many nearby attractions, including the Great Sand Dunes National Park and PreserveColorado Gators Reptile Park and the Rio Grande Scenic Railroad. The town hosts “Summer Fest on the Rio” which occurs the first weekend in June, the Early Iron car show over the Labor Day weekend, and “Weekends on the Rio” on various Sundays throughout the summer The city takes its name from the Spanish adjective Alamosa, meaning “of cottonwood“, for the cottonwood forests which grow along the Rio Grande and throughout town.

Geography

Alamosa is located at 37°28′N 105°52′W (37.469, −105.874), at the junction of U.S. Routes 160 and 285. According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has a total area of 5.5 square miles (14.3 km2), of which 5.4 square miles (14.0 km2) is land and 0.12 square miles (0.3 km2), or 2.26%, is water.

Alamosa is located along the Rio Grande in the San Luis Valley, in the highest general agricultural land in the United States. Elevation is about 7,544 feet (2,299 m) in Alamosa with peaks over 14,000 feet (4,300 m) within 23 miles (37 km) of town in the Sangre de Cristo Range.

Alamosa is the gateway city to the Great Sand Dunes National Park and Preserve.

Great Sand Dunes National Park

Great Sand Dunes Nationl Park

The Great Sand Dunes National Park and Preserve is an American national park that conserves an area of large sand dunes up to 750 feet (229 m) tall on the eastern edge of the San Luis Valley, and an adjacent national preserve in the Sangre de Cristo Range, in south-central Colorado, United States. The park was originally designated Great Sand Dunes National Monument on March 17, 1932, by President Herbert Hoover. The original boundaries protected an area of 35,528 acres (55.5 sq mi; 143.8 km2). A boundary change and redesignation as a national park and preserve was authorized on November 22, 2000, and then established by an act of Congress on September 24, 2004. The park encompasses 107,342 acres (167.7 sq mi; 434.4 km2) while the preserve protects an additional 41,686 acres (65.1 sq mi; 168.7 km2) for a total of 149,028 acres (232.9 sq mi; 603.1 km2). The recreational visitor total was 527,546 in 2019.

The park contains the tallest sand dunes in North America. The dunes cover an area of about 30 sq mi (78 km2) and are estimated to contain over 1.2 cubic miles (5 billion cubic metres) of sand. Sediments from the surrounding mountains filled the valley over geologic time periods. After lakes within the valley receded, exposed sand was blown by the predominant southwest winds toward the Sangre de Cristos, eventually forming the dunefield over an estimated tens of thousands of years. The four primary components of the Great Sand Dunes system are the mountain watershed, the dunefield, the sand sheet, and the sabkha. Ecosystems within the mountain watershed include alpine  tundrasubalpine forestsmontane woodlands, and riparian zones.

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Cash Price
$39000
  • was $44000
Down Payment
$1500