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Seller: great-support (94) 100%, Location: San Luis, Colorado, Ships to: Free Local Pickup, Item: 184039383746 This 2.53 acre property sold for $15,750.00 in 2001. A charity got it in 2011 for $12,500.00.Now the charity priced for extremely fast sale @ $6,000.00. Will carry monthly payments, no credit check. The price and financing is arranged to inspire a cash buy, or more down and higher payments -- For example, if you put down $1k and $200 monthly payments the price is $9k. If you put down $3k and $500 monthly payments the price is $7k. SPORTSMAN / RECREATIONAL PARADISE -- Private land with all kinds of animals and 75 miles of roads allows hunting with no permit. There are numerous herds of beautiful wild horses around the land !! With mature trees and beautiful views, it’s priced to sell very quickly. This is your chance to quickly snag Wild Horse Mesa, Colorado real estate for 77% off its former value! This Southern Colorado, 2.53 acre well wooded property. The property at 8,700' has incredible views overlooking the Sanchez Reservoir on the beautiful Wild Horse Mesa. It has electric power lines and free water to the curb property line!! The roads are well maintained. Very long private airstrip. The views from this parcel are fabulous. This is a beautiful lot overlooking the Sanchez Reservoir! The property does have lake access, power and water. Build your dream home or retirement getaway on this lot. It is a beautiful property with fantastic views. Let this be yours! Make this your private corner of Colorado! Animals such as herds of wild horses, elk and black tailed deer, antelopes, birds, wild turkey visit the reservoir and travel through this property. The animals can find it, but people are hard pressed to do so. Annual taxes - $211.00 Wild Horse Mesa has a Community Center / Fire Department building (photo incl.) where Wednesday weekly coffee, regular community gatherings, holiday celebrations are held and the neighbors are super nice, helpful, neighborly and friendly. Pot luck socials and Friday movie nights are regular. Google '"Wild Horse Mesa Community Center" to get an idea of the area neighborhood. It's called Wild Horse Mesa because there are probably 12 - 15 wild horse herds (typically 10-20 horses each) on the Mesa that were left hundreds of years ago by the Spaniards. You can't drive around without seeing the herds. I usually carry extra water and stop to say hi and pet them. There is cheaper land in the San Luis Valley. But, you can get what you pay for acres available on the scrub dirt flats with the “Prairie Rats”. No houses and no people currently living there for a reason... it's really bad flat high desert scrub land. During the spring and fall there are usually large duck flocks with many species, and shorebird species have been seen here. Even rarities have shown up here, such as Whimbrel and Short-billed Dowitcher. The roads nearby are often good for hawks, including Ferruginous. A few trees may have sparrows or other land bird migrants. Nearby national forests, rivers, streams, and of course nearby is Great Sand Dunes National Park. Skiing, of course is close by with Wolf Creek, Red River and Taos ski areas. Fishing, hiking, 4 wheeling, biking, and hunting (as a landowner you are allowed to hunt on Wild Horse Mesa in season) are just some of the fun times you can have. Unmatched views of the area. From your new parcel, you will be looking with a 180-degree postcard view. YOU SEE THE WILDERNESS AREAS TO THE EAST. SOUTH SAN JUAN, WEMINUCHE, LA GARITA, AND MORE AND THE 14'ers. ARE IN THE AREA, OF COURSE, BUT THERE ARE 10 OF THESE BIG COLORADO MOUNTAINS IN THE SANGRE DE CRISTO'S. San Luis is approximately 10 miles south from the parcel, it is the county seat of Costilla County, is located on Colorado Highway 159 in the San Luis Valley of southern Colorado, about 53.5 miles southeast of Alamosa. A picturesque town, it lies at the mouth of the valley of the Ventero, at the foot of Culebra Peak. San Luis was officially founded on April 9, 1851. While it is the oldest surviving settlement in Colorado, it was not the first. The setting of San Luis is beautiful: surrounded by lush green fields at the foot of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains on the east. The property overlooks the Sanchez Reservoir and Sanchez State Wildlife Area. Just to the east are the San de CristoMountains acting as a backdrop. To the north is the Blanca Massif. Costilla County was the first area of the state of Colorado to be colonized with recorded history dating back to 1540, the year Coronado explored the Southwest. It is home to the oldest town in Colorado, San Luis. Costilla County has two incorporated towns and several smaller communities. The towns of San Luis and Blanca are incorporated while Fort Garland is one of the county’s larger towns though not incorporated. Chama, San Pedro, Los Fuertes, Garcia, Jaroso, San Francisco, San Acacio, and Mesita, are smaller communities, all of which were established shortly after the town of San Luis in 1851. The county also has a few reservoirs: Eastdale Reservoir; Sanchez Reservoir, Smith Reservoir, and Mountain Home Reservoir. All are excellent for fishing and boating. One may catch walleye, pike, and several species of trout, bass, and a few other types of fish. Costilla County is also home to much wildlife such as deer, elk and antelope, which may often be seen in herds grazing in the fields. Coyotes, bears, bighorn sheep, and mountain lions also make their homes here. Costilla County offers some of the best big game hunting in Colorado. The Town of San Luis is home to the Stations of the Cross Shrine. The Shrine sits on top of a mesa in the center of San Luis. The shine represents the last hour of Christ's life, to his resurrection. Attracting thousands of guests a year, visitors come to pray and bring peace to themselves. Every year, hundreds of people walk from as far as Pueblo, CO, to the Stations of the Cross Shrine in what is known as a pilgrimage. All of the sculptures of the Stations of the Cross were created by local artist Huberto Maestas. Some of his work can also be seen on the Plaza in Taos, NM and at the Jack Dempsey Museum in Manassa, CO. La Capilla de Todas los Santos, a Catholic Chapel also sits above the Stations of the Cross Shrine. San Luis is home to the Sangre de Cristo Parish Church, which was built in 1886 and to the R&R Supermarket, which is the oldest continuously operating business in Colorado dating back to 1857. At the San Luis Museum and Cultural Center, you can see everything from butterfly and insect collections to steps in pottery making, carnival masks, civil war history, and a replica of a Morada room, as well as a replica of San Luis from 1851. Pictures and murals depict the history of San Luis in the museum. The museum itself was built in the 1930's, but did not get completed until 1944. Fort Garland is home to the Fort Garland Museum, which is an old frontier army fort built in 1858. It was once commanded by the famous frontiersman Kit Carson, although he didn't take over the post until 1866-67. Carson had orders from the government to keep peace in the San Luis Valley; therefore no battles were ever fought on fort grounds. The fort served only as a show of force and a staging area to protect settlers from the Ute Indians. Today it is a museum where you can learn about military history and walk the grounds. Memorial Day weekend the Fort Garland Museum is host to a three day festival of re-enactments, stories, songs, and dances depicting the cultures and occupations indigenous to Costilla County including Hispanic, Ute and fur trapping. The Town of Blanca is known for its views of Blanca Peak, which stands 14,345 feet tall. Both Blanca and Fort Garland are small communities in Costilla County along Colorado State Highway 160. In these towns, you will find a variety of restaurants, hotels and lodges and gift stores that carry leatherwork, handmade jewelry, souvenirs and Indian crafts. San Acacio, a small village just west of San Luis, has a church, which is the oldest Christian structure in Colorado built in 1856. Also in San Luis is 633 acres of communal grazing land called La Vega, which is part of the Sangre de Cristo Land Grant. Although Costilla is mainly a farming and agriculture county- it still brings visitors by the thousands year round from far and wide. Historical Towns, Activities and Area Attractions Everywhere you go, majestic mountains surround the many attractions and provide the ultimate environment for the outdoor enthusiast. Area attractions include the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, the Great Sand Dunes National Park, the Alamosa, Monte Vista and Baca National Wildlife Refuges, the Gold Medal fishing waters of the Rio Grande, Penitente Canyon, Cumbres & Toltec Scenic Narrow Gauge Railroad, numerous natural hot springs (including the Colorado Gator Farm), the San Isabel National Forest, the Rio Grande National Forest, and the Carson National Forest. Other activities in the area are hunting, camping, hiking, skiing, fishing, bird watching, mountain biking, horse riding, kayaking, snow mobiling, water rafting, golfing (Golf Courses are located in Alamosa, Monte Vista, Walsenberg, and Taos) and other attractions like Alamosa City Park, Conejos with Colorado’s Oldest Church, Creede-Famous Gold mining Town, Crestone Needle, Cumbres Pass, Cumbres and Toltec Scenic RailRoad (Antonio), Fort Garland (Home of Kit Carson), Great Sand Dunes National Monument, Kit Carson Creek, Kit Carson Trail, Manassa (Birthplace of Jack Dempsey, the Manassa Mauler), Monte Vista (the Sky-Hi Stampede and Rodeo), Mount Blanca (14,325 Feet High), Pike’s Stockade, Platoro Reservoir, San Luis (Colorado’s Oldest Town and first Spanish Mission), South Fork, Wheeler Monument (The Famed Priceless Pinnacles). Activities Activities in the area include hunting, camping, swimming, hiking, skiing, fishing, bird watching, ATV'S playground, mountain biking, horse riding, kayaking, snowmobiling, water rafting, golfing and other attractions. Alamosa National Wildlife Refuge, approximately 52 miles west from the property Alamosa National Wildlife Refuge was established in 1962 as a haven for migratory birds and other wildlife. 14,345 foot Mt. Blanca of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains provides a stunning backdrop for this 11,169 acre refuge. Alamosa NWR consists of wet meadows, river oxbows and riparian corridor primarily within the flood plain of the Rio Grande, and dry uplands vegetated with greasewood and saltbush. These areas support songbirds, water birds, raptors, mule deer, beaver and coyotes. Get in touch with nature!! Happy to give more details. Please call me: 303-478-2529 Rodney Condition: Title Free and Clear. Awesome panoramic mountain, lake, and valley views in Southern Colorado (1 hour north of Taos NM – City of San Luis, Costilla County), in the Sangre de Cristo mountain range. Beautiful Melby Ranch mountain property on county road with year-round access - and big plus (has electric and water access available on property). Overlooks the Sanchez Reservoir, with private airstrip, fire station, lots of rare wild horses, deer, antelope, and Elk – elevation 8800 feet. As a Property owner you will have have privileged access to prime hunting and fishing areas around the Ranch. Located near 2 national forests with popular Taos, NM area Ski Resorts just minutes away. Must sacrifice – owner finance terms available. Property is available for inspection – serious offers considered., Property Address: 17878 Garland Trail, State/Province: Colorado, Seller State of Residence: Colorado, Zip/Postal Code: 81152, Zoning: Residential, City: San Luis, Acreage: 2.53, Type: Homesite, Lot

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