Rocky Mountain Refuge with River
Payment Options Payment Note(s) Unbelievably low cash price of $25,000 Description There…
Unbelievably low cash price of $25,000
There are so many attributes that make this property unique. A creek runs through the parcel and will have flowing water year round. Water is hard to come by in the San Luis Valley and to have it all year is even more rare. There are remnants of a working cattle ranch. You can see the leftover posts, pens, and water trenches. There is a lot of history to this area and because the land hasn’t been spoiled by commercialization, we can see it how the settlers and cowboys saw it years ago. Not many places in this world have been as well preserved as this Rocky Mountain refuge. There are tall mature trees here, because of the river, as well as ground cover. In the valley, many times you see acres of sagebrush and cactus without a single tall tree. Not here, you get the varied vegetation bringing you the colors of fall, the snow covered branches, the green leaves to break up the desert landscape, and the protective brush all in one parcel. This is truly a rare find.
Look at those views. You have 360 degrees of magnificent Colorado landscapes. You can see the Sangre de Cristo mountain range with the two 14ers towering above. Mt. Blanca and Mt. Lindsey are in full view with their splendid snow caps. You have the protection of the natural hills and mounds but still have the perfect view of the southern Rockies. The layers of purple mountains in the distance makes a perfect backdrop regardless of the time of year. With over 5 acres, you don’t have to share your space with neighbors or worry about anyone blocking your view.
As you can see from the pictures, you have a well maintained, wide road leading up to your property. At 8,200 ft., it is important to know you can access your new mountain home year round without special equipment. Snowmobiles and side-by-sides are common and a great hobby throughout the area but not necessary. Hauling water, equipment, an RV, or building materials won’t be an issue. Fort Garland is 12 minutes down and provides all the immediate necessities such as gas, groceries, and hardware. There is a Dollar General in town. Alamosa is less than an hour west and has all your big box stores, medical facilities, restaurants, hotels, and entertainment. The town does a spectacular job at hosting cultural events, historical activities, and seasonal festivities. The farmers market that runs throughout the summer, the roadside stands, artisan shops, brewery and eateries are not to be missed.
If you are an outdoors enthusiast, there is climbing, hiking, off-roading, hunting, fishing, skiing,and water sports to participate in, just to name a few. The Rio Grande runs through Alamosa and snakes through the valley providing much to do. There are lakes and reservoirs and natural hot springs littered throughout the valley as well. The Great Sand Dunes are a hot tourist destination and boasts the highest dune in the country at 750 ft. Sand-sledding is a great time for all ages. Zapata Falls is another unique attraction just 15 min from the dunes. Zapata is a 250 ft waterfall in the middle of the Colorado desert. The rushing mountain run off is impressive all summer long but the ice sculpture it creates in the winter is extraordinary. You can find thrilling adventures in your backyard and go home at the end of the day to your secluded mountain retreat.
TBD Beekman Rd
S.D.C.R. UNIT F-2 BLK 214 LOT 4047
Well or Haul
Propane or Wood
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