Nestled in rural mountain town Blanca, CO, this 5 acre plot of land offers breathtaking views of Mt. Blanca and easy access to a plethora of mountain adventures such as hiking, camping and fishing. With virtually no neighbors and the Rio Grande River and Smith Reservoir a short drive away, this blank slate property is the mountain paradise you've been searching for. Power is located about 3/4 mile away on county road 12.
Owner financing is available.
Whether you're looking to build your dream home, spend weekends camping, or just want to invest, there's never been a better time to own Colorado land. Contact us today.
Assessor's Parcel Number: 70500377
Legal Description: T.C.E. Unit 4 BLK 1 Lot 4
Parcel size: 5 acres
GPS Coordinates: 37.358999,-105.584191
GPS Coordinates (4 corners):
Access to property: Daisy Avenue and 29th St.
Road surface/type: Dirt
Who maintains roads: County
Annual property taxes: Would have to drill a well or haul water. Would have to contact Fort Garland Water & Sanitation
Sewer / Septic: Septic would have to be installed
Electric: May use Solar, or contact Xcell Energy or San Isabel Electric Association Inc.
Gas: There is no natural gas, can use propane. Would have to contact AmeriGas Propane, Conejos Propane or La Veta Propane
Waste: Would have to contact G T Trash Services or Cortez Sanitation
The Rio Grande River is one of Colorado's best-known rivers. The Rio Grande snakes its way through southern Colorado. With many good access points to the river, the river attracts many fishermen and has a robust fly-fishing community. Not only is it a fun place to fish, but it's also home to some large trout, too.
The headwater of the Rio Grande starts at around 12,000 feet elevation in the majestic San Juan Mountains. The river runs through forest land for the first 25 miles and the water is mostly shallow. A large variety of trout live in these waters.
Traveling further down the river toward South Fork about 30 miles, there's a mix of public and private land. You can access the river, however, from the US forest and Colorado State Wildlife Areas. These spots are ideal for dry fishing in the summertime when hatches abound and the water is low.
The river continues down through Costilla County where several fishing spots are available right at the rivers edge.
To learn more about obtaining a fishing license, and fishing rules and regulations please visit Colorado Fish & Wildlife. At the time of this writing, you can fish in Colorado without a license during the first week of June. Aside from that week, a Colorado fishing license is required. Additionally, Colorado residents over 65 can fish without a license.
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