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Forty acres of space for you and your personal livestock to call home. Amazing views of the Sangre De Cristo mountains, close to the Great National Sand Dunes Park and Preserve, and the natural hot springs of the Sand Dunes Swimming Pool & RV Park is less 20 minutes away to the north. The Mosca Pit Stop is just minutes away and has fuel and snacks when you're on the go. Mosca also has a post office and the local schools are less than 15 minutes away between Mosca and Hooper off of Hwy 17 to west on Lane 7 North. Alamosa, the hub of the San Luis Valley, is located roughly 15 miles to the south of Mosca. As it sits, this property would be classified as "off the grid". Buyers are responsible for any and all costs to provide power, by any source, to the property. The well, which is located in the SW corner, does not have a pump nor electricity. It is a retired irrigation well and was converted to a Domestic well by the Colorado Division of Water on May 4, 2012. Section 5 of that permit states 'The use of ground water from this well, under this permit, is limited to fire protection, ordinary household purposes inside not more than (3) single-family dwellings, the watering of poultry, domestic animals and livestock on a farm or ranch and the irrigation of not more than one (1) acre of home gardens and lawns.' Call John Skinner/Division of Water 719-589-6683 for clarification. Buyers are responsible for any and all costs to provide power, by any source, to the property. San Luis Valley Rural Electric Coop serves this area and the closest likely power source would come from the north (4 Mile Lane and North Road 112).
|9 hours ago||Listing updated with changes from the MLS|
|2 months ago||Listing first seen online|