This property is in San Luis Valley Ranches is an affordable way to own the beautiful Colorado Mountain property you’ve always dreamed about. With Mt Blanca basically on your doorstep you will have a property worth handing down for generations. Easy access to trails and town so there is no reason to go completely off grid to get the wilderness time you need!
If you’ve ever dreamed of building a small homestead to your own specifications with room for a small farm and access to some of Colorado’s greatest outdoor attractions, look no further. This ~5 acre property is a perfect location for you.
While you are enjoying your 5 acres of Colorado paradise, you won’t have to worry about access to the basic necessities of life. The Red Rock General Store in Blanca is only a few minutes away. If you need more, drive 15 minutes to the Fort Market in Fort Garland. Because of your proximity to Hwy 160, everything is easy to get to!
This lot is on 13th street. A well-maintained dirt road and just around 5 miles northeast of HWY 160. You’ll also enjoy breathtaking views and easy access to Blanca Peak, Colorado’s fourth highest mountain! This 5 acre property is located the San Luis Valley Ranches (SLVR) subdivision. Just 18 miles from Alamosa where you will find all of the major big box stores (Walmart, Home Depot and more). Easy year around access from Hwy 160. The Smith Reservoir is located just to the south and makes an excellent spot for some fishing, relaxation & recreation.
The Great Sand Dunes National Park is to the north, San Isabel National Forest is a short drive east, the Rio Grande is 17 miles to the west. Recreation abounds in this gorgeous high altitude valley. The Alamosa Wildlife Refuge and many other public lands are all close by. Imagine camping, using your ATV or building a cabin on your beautiful land. Think of the memories you will have of hiking the national park and forest. It’s a delightful place to get away from it all, imagine decompressing as you drive to your own private getaway. If you need a taste of history, it’s about 30 miles to San Luis, the oldest town in Colorado.
Now is the time to get your piece of Colorado!