Live an off-the-grid, self-sufficient lifestyle on your very own 10 acres (Two adjacent 5 acre parcels) near the base of Mt. Blanca. This is a delightful place to get away from it all, and enjoy nature. Imagine decompressing as you relax at your own private getaway outside of the hustle and bustle of city life.
Pack your bags and lace-up those adventure boots! Vacation and recreational activities abound here! You can visit the San Luis State Park, the Mt. Blanca Peak, and the National Sand Dunes Park. If you like fishing, try your rod and reel on some northern pike, yellow perch, walleye, trout, and catfish at the many reservoirs, high-altitude streams and lakes in the area. Maybe hunting is your thing, we all need to eat right? Elk and mule deer are plentiful here, at the Rio Grande River and the San Isabel National Forest. Hike or 4-wheel up Lake Como Road, towards the top of Mt. Blanca. Ski at Wolf Creek Ski Area with Colorado’s best snow conditions. Soak in a nearby hot spring pool, or mountain bike on the excellent dirt roads in the area. Just to name a few!
The diverse geologic and geographic features of Alamosa County offers beautiful landscapes, rugged mountains, majestic forests and endless blue skies. You can find a range of activities to do here, and abundant wildlife. The hunting is good, and the fishing is great at the many nearby Reservoirs. All of this only an hour away from many famous natural wonders of Colorado: Great Sand Dunes National Park (the highest inland dunes in North America), and the Zapata Falls, which offers panoramic views along the trails. Try the Eagle Nest State Park, and skiing at the Red River, to expand your recreational activities.
This conveniently located 5 acre property is at the Mt. Blanca Valley Ranches subdivision, and it’s just a few short miles from Blanca & Alamosa, CO. This area isn’t too far out of town, yet far enough to be in the countryside—a quick 15 minute drive and you’re at True Grits Steakhouse or Walmart! At only 160 miles south of Colorado Springs, you will have access to all of the big cities amenities, if you need them. It’s only a 3.5 hours drive to Denver and many of the country’s leading resorts in Colorado. But don’t forget! Just 100 miles south at Taos and Santa Fe,NM, you will find some great skiing, art spaces and markets.
This property is pretty flat with a gentle rolling slope, and lots healthy sagebrush. You can see in the maps and aerial photos that the lot sits just south of the Blanca Wetlands. The wetlands is a refuge for birds, fish and other wildlife, for those of you who enjoy bird watching or taking walks along a beautiful part of the valley. Quite a few deer and elk around this area of the valley, as well.
The property can be used for a permanent residence. There is no time limit to build here. The county requires a minimum 600 sq. ft. dwelling size, a well or holding tank, septic and solar (or wind) power system. Site built and manufactured homes are allowed, (Alternative building methods i.e… earthships, straw bale, or rammed earth, are allowed, but the plans must be stamped by a licensed Colorado Engineer). This property can be used for recreational camping 14 days per year, or you can apply for a temporary RV permit, valid for 180 days with an installed septic tank on the property. Using a Travel Trailer or RV full-time, permanent is not allowed in the state of Colorado. For more information on zoning and building requirements, visit the county website.
|Subdivision||Mt. Blanca Valley Ranches Unit 8|
|Street Address||N/A, 5th St, Alamosa, CO 81101|
|Lot Dimensions||approx. 700 feet x 544 feet|
|APN||528118304014 & 528118304016|
|Legal Description||Mt. Blanca Valley Ranches Lot 14 & 15 Blk 4 Unit 8|
|Lat/Long Coordinates||NW: 37.534129,-105.695937
|Elevation||Approx. 7,528 feet|
|Annual Taxes||Approx. $90.00|
|Zoning||Rural/Vacant Land - All residential structures may do, but anything over 200 square feet requires a building permit. In order to camp on your property, you must obtain a Temporary RV Permit. Property owner(s) can stay on their property 'tent camping' for 10 days. And upto 6 months in RV's, in which a property owner can stay on their property with the regulation of the property having an existing septic system. After the permit expires you must remove the RV off the property and reapply the following calendar year. You may install a manufactured home on the property. All foundations for the manufactured homes must be drawn by a licensed engineer in Colorado and you must have a licensed installed in Colorado set the home. All singles-wides must go through a special use and be at least 15 years old or newer. For multi-section homes older than 1976 are not allowed in the County. No dumping of raw sewage and hazardous chemicals on the property. Horses, mules, donkeys, cattle, rabbits, goats, sheep and poultry or other fowl are allowed on all parcels one acre or larger but they are not allowed to create a health hazard or nuisance to surrounding properties. Parcels less than two acres cannot have more than a total of two of the following per acre: horses, mules, donkeys, cows, goats or sheep with the exception of young animals of less than six months of age provided they are the offspring of mature animals on the property. Up to ten chickens are allowed in every district of Alamosa County and more are allowed in Rural (RU) zoned districts. The following requirements apply: Chickens must be provided with a covered, properly ventilated and predator-resistant chicken coop. Chicken coops and outdoor enclosures shall be regularly cleaned to control dust, odor and waste and must not constitute a nuisance, safety hazard, or health problem to surrounding properties.|
|HOA/POA||Not within HOA/POA|
|Access||Dirt road access to the property, (5th Street). The nearest County Road is approximately 1.5 miles. The road that leads to the property is not County maintained.|
|Sewer||Would be septic. Septic permits requested within the Land Use Office.You would have to install a septic system. There is no central sewer systems near by. All systems must be installed by a licensed Alamosa County installer.|
|Water||Would be well or holding tank/cistern.|
|Utilities||Would be solar and/or wind or generator (Nearest power approx 1.5 miles). Can use cellular phone for communications.|
Alamosa County APN: 528118304014 is located in Alamosa, Colorado. The approximate longitude & latitude coordinates for this property are shown on the map below. (37.534129,-105.695937)
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