Discounted cash price of $9,000. Owner financing is available. No credit check. $1,000 down and $250 per month for 48 months
Everyone knows the view of the mountains is the best from the bottom. You can’t argue that when looking at these pictures. You can see layers and layers of purple mountain ranges. There are mountains in every direction, 360 degree view.
As you can see from the pictures, there is seclusion and privacy in these hills. No neighbors, no noise, traffic, overcrowding, or light pollution. The people that live here want to enjoy the Colorado wilderness in peace and harmony. You will find all walks of life here but one thing they have in common is the love of the land. There are off-gridders, dry dockers, survivalists, weekenders, locals, and people that stumbled upon the treasure of San Luis Valley and couldn’t help but want a piece for themselves. I vacationed in this area years ago and fell in love with the slow paced, laid back, simple life that this area is famous for. It became my happy place, a place to get away and de-stress from life. You can have it too.
Outdoor enthusiasts also love this area for the climbing (there are 2 towering 14ers, Mt. Blanca and Mt. Lindsey in full view) hiking, biking, fishing, skiing, water sports (Mt. Home Reservoir, Smith Reservoir, and the Rio Grande run right through the valley) off-roading, natural spring soaking, and tourist activities. You should definitely google The Great Sand Dunes and Zapata Falls. Or..If you are here to relax you can do some hammock swinging, front porch sitting, stargazing, and take a lot of pictures of the sunrise over the Sangre de Cristos or sunsets over the San Juans. It is a magical place that transports you to another time… an easier, less chaotic time.
Everyone loves the idea of being away from it all but what happens when you need essentials or a meal you don’t grill yourself? Fort Garland is a small town with lots of charm. You can get the immediate necessities such as gas, groceries, and some hardware items. Alamosa is less than an hour drive and has big box stores, medical facilities, schools, restaurants, hotels and entertainment. It is a small city with a lot of local activity such as town festivals, holiday events, cultural experiences, local artisan shops and eateries. We don’t miss the farmers markets and road side stands throughout the warm months.
Pueblo, Colorado Springs, and Denver are less than half a day’s drive north and get you back to the mega cities. Alamosa has a small airport that commutes to Denver International. This is a great location just outside of the cities.
tbd Tuborg Rd
Lot 46, Top of the World, Unit 5, County of Costilla, State of Colorado
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