This five-acre ranch is located in the San Luis Valley, one of the world's largest and most breathtakingly beautiful mountain valleys. The Sangre De Cristo Mountains to the east, the San Juan Mountains to the west, and the La Garitas Mountains to the north surround the valley. This subdivision has gravel/dirt roads maintained by the county. Located on Jane Avenue.
ZONING: Residential, minimum size home 600 sq ft. with no commitment or time limit to build. Camping allowed for up to 14-days every three months. After 14 days a long-term camping permit would be required to remain on the property. Septic and water source required for longer term stay in an RV. For more information, call Costilla County Planning & Zoning.
Wells are permitted for your own personal use.
Also, as an investment prices are up & demand is increasing in the area.
Your property is located about 14 miles from the town of San Luis, the oldest town in Colorado. It is also the county seat of Costillo county. You will find restaurants, grocery stores, coffee shops and a Wellness Center in San Luis. Legal marijuana dispensaries are located in town. The Stations of the Cross Shrine is located there along with Mother Mary's Garden. Both receiving excellent travel ratings.
Your property is also just 6 miles from the Rio Grande River. A fisherman's paradise... rainbow, brown, brook and cutthroat trout are plentiful.
Other recreational opportunities include:
Wildlife...elk, pronghorn antelope, black bear, and big horn sheep, mule deer and mountain lions are in the area.
Lakes and rivers abound for summer fun. San Luis Lake is popular for water skiing, sailing and wind surfing.
Taes Piedras and Penitente Canyon are well known for incredible rock climbing.
Creek trails, high mountain trails, nature trails and the trails of the Great Sand Dunes National Park are all within miles of your property.
In winter there are hot springs in the area. Skiing and snow boarding are available on 4 down hill ski areas...Wolf Creek, Cuchra, Monarch and Rio. there are cross country and snowmobiling trails throughout the surrounding forests.
With just light traffic on surrounding forest roads, cycling is very enjoyable. And hundreds of forest trails are available for the more adventurous.
The area also has the Cumbres and Toltec railroad, known as America's longest and highest narrow gauge steam railroad. Built in 1880 to service the mining industry and still in use today for beautiful mountain sightseeing. Tourists can ride 64 miles on a steam powered train through majestic mountain scenery.
State, County, Zip: Colorado, Costilla, 81152
Legal: R,G,R, Unit 49 Block 21 Lot 8 Section: 1
Parcel : 71567960
Acres: 5 Acres (217,800 Sq Feet)
Zoning: Residential In “Rio Grande Ranchos” Subdivision
Access: All Weather County Maintained Gravel/Dirt Road
Water Elect Sewer: Off Grid-Solar Power-Propane Is Delivered Through The Valley
Taxes: $47 Yearly --Paid Current
Deed: Will Convey Title With Warrant Deed
Gps: 37.1630 -105.626888 Approx. Ctn
Directions: See Map
Then Terms As Follows
36 Months $135
20 Months $243
12 Months $405
Please contact me for cash price
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Directions to Land
From San Luis take HWY 159 West turn right on County RD P, continue on County 142 West, turn left onto RD 10, Turn right onto RD M, continue onto JANE AVE, Turn right to lot (see map at photos).