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At Just 11.7 miles to the sprawling town of San Luis in the heart of Costilla County, Colorado, this property lies perfectly situated in a gorgeous area ready you to fulfill your dreams. This piece of raw land is nestled on CO HWY-142 close to town and close to the Mighty Rio Grande River. The lot has easy access via Margo Ave, a county maintained dirt road!
Situated in south-central Colorado, not far from the New Mexico border, San Luis boasts the oldest church in Colorado and La Vega, a rare public commons — a place where communal grazing of livestock is allowed. The town is most famous, however, for its Stations of the Cross, a string of bronze statues climbing the mesa adjacent to the town. Each station represents a moment during the crucifixion of Christ, and the locale is popular with Christian visitors each Easter. Art aficionados might like to visit the sculptor’s studio, located in town at the bottom of the hill.
This property won’t last so call us now to learn more about this offer!
San Luis, CO
R.G.R. UNIT 49 BLK 14 LOT 16
Well or Cistern
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- Down Payment: $99
- Doc Fee: $149
- Property Tax: $5/Year
- HOA Dues: NA
- Note Set-up/Service Fee: $10/mo
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Rio Grande River
Fishing the Rio Grande River You can fish in Colorado without a license during the first week of June. For the remainder of the year, a Colorado fishing license is required. A one-day license is available for $9 and a 5-day license is $21. Colorado residents over 65 can fish without a license. For Fishing License purchase, fishing rules, and fishing regulations please visit Colorado Fish & Wildlife Whether you’re fly fishing, spinning or baitcasting your chances of getting a bite in Costilla County are great. So grab your favorite fly fishing rod and reel, and head out to one of the reservoirs for tons of fun!
- – Camping/RV allowed for 14 days per 3 months.
- – Permanent camping or RV living only allowed if you are building and have installed a septic system.
- – You must contact the Dept. of Water Resources to get a well installation permit.
- – Many people install a cistern and have water delivered.
- – There are power lines in some of the areas of the county. If they are near this lot they will be noted in the ad above.
- – Solar panels backed up by generator or wind turbines are the most common methods for electricity generation.
- – Rain Water Collection is permitted in the county.
- – Most of the area is considered rural and off-grid