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General: Located in southern Colorado, this spectacular 5.039 acre parcel is located in the foothills of the Sangre De Cristo Mountains. This is a very scenic area with snow capped mountain views and the ever changing Colorado sky. It is surrounded by lakes, streams and national forest. About 100 homes have been built to date. There are county maintained roads to the land. This level parcel is located at the intersection of Gaceon Road and Dobson Road, with great views of Mt. Blanca and the surrounding wooded mountains. Power is currently only 1/8th mile away. Phone and cable are underground in front of the land. There is presently a neighbor about a half mile away. This is a wonderful parcel close to Ft. Garland. Ideal to build on now or hold for the future.
Zoning: This land is zoned for residential construction. There is no requirement that building must commence, however, once building does commence it must be completed within one year, and must comply with all applicable building codes and restrictions.
Minimum Square Footage to Build: 600 square feet.
Building Restrictions: Conventionally constructed homes as well as Modular Homes are permitted, Mobile Homes are not. This Land is also subject to additional Covenants and Restrictions.
Power: Power Lines are available in portions of the development. Buyer may install approved metering equipment to connect. Where utility lines are not currently present, Buyer may negotiate with local utility providers to extend utility service to their land, though this is generally quite cost prohibitive. Buyer may choose to utilize alternative energy sources such as solar and/or wind power systems, though such systems must comply with all applicable regulations.
Telephone: Telephone Lines are available in portions of the development. Buyer may install approved equipment to connect. Where utility lines are not currently present, Buyer may negotiate with local utility providers to extend utility service to their land, though this is generally quite cost prohibitive.
Water: Buyer may install a cistern or well system. Any such system must comply with all applicable regulations.
Septic/Sewer: Installation of an approved Septic system is required prior to any construction or residential use of the property.
Road Access: This land has legal access and physical access via county maintained roads. Road access to some areas may be affected by inclement weather such as snow. Access to some rural properties or areas affected by inclement weather may require a vehicle with adequate road capabiltites.
Camping: Only Short-Term Recreational Camping is permitted. Lifestyle Camping or Long-Term Residential Camping is not Permitted. The County will cite offenders and/or impound vehicles in violation of County Camping Codes.
Back Taxes: This land has no unpaid Back-Taxes.
County Taxes: Property Tax of approximately $125 annually.
Title: Title is conveyed by Special Warranty Deed.
Fort Garland, Blanca, Alamosa
Dodson Rd and Gaceon Rd
LOT: 1 BLK: 23 SUBD: SANGRE DE CRISTO RANCHES SUBDIVISION S.D.C.R. UNIT A-3 BLK 23 LOT 1 CONT. 5.039 AC
Reservation And Document Fee
A additional fee of $299 to reserve the property is required to begin the purchase process. This is a non-refundable fee.
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Fort Garland is referred to as the “Gateway to the San Luis Valley“, as it is the first town one encounters when traveling west having crossed over La Veta Pass in the Sangre de Cristo Range. Fort Garland is home to many artists, painters, crafters and internationally known musicians.
Fort Garland has a business district with two motels, several restaurants, the Old Fort Market grocery store, the Fort Garland Museum, two gas stations, two recreational marijuana shops, a car wash, hair salon, campgrounds, hardware store, liquor store, and multiple shops featuring collectibles and antiquities as well as a Wild West show.
In the mid-1990s Polish settlers set up shop at the Red Rocks General Store selling liquor, beer, polish sausages, and other eastern European goods. Blanca is the region’s main supplier of bilberry syrup. Blanca is known for elk hunting and alpine trout fishing.