Rare find! The northeast corner of this 5.02-acre lot touches Sangre de Cristo Creek! This property is in a lightly developed area at the base of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains and has only a few neighbors within a one-mile radius. Power is already along the road for on-grid building, or you can add solar panels to your new house and never pay an electric bill again. You will need a well or cistern for water. Average well depths are 250 to 350 feet, or you can haul water for free from the fill-up station in San Luis. If you are not ready to build yet, this property is the perfect private campsite. The creek attracts the best wildlife in the area right to your backyard, and you might even find a trophy buck or bull peeking in your window.
The San Luis Valley is an undiscovered outdoor lover’s playground. This area is less developed than other areas of the state, giving you endless places to explore. Sangre de Cristo Ranches has 5,000 acres of community green space where residents can hunt, hike, and fish. The San Isabel National Forest lies just east of the subdivision with thousands of acres of stunning scenery. The Rio Grande is the lifeblood of the high desert, and it is just 30 miles away. Bring your rod and reel because Gold Medal waters are just upstream, and you could catch a record-breaking trout.
This property is a rare find with Sangre de Cristo Creek frontage, and it will not last long. It can be yours for just $24,900 cash, or terms at $8000 down then $275/month x 72 months. Don’t miss this opportunity. Contact me today for more information.