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Five Acres

$4975 Cash or Terms. We would take a minimum of $50 down & $50 per month.
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Stand on this five acre piece of land and look in any direction; just about all that you can see in the distance will be mountains! The great Rocky Mountains surround the San Luis Valley of southern Colorado, where this land is located. The very closest mountains, the Sangre de Christos, begin about 7 miles to the east. In the Rockies, you can find most winter sports: skiing, snowboarding, snowmobiling, “dune buggying,” fishing, hunting, and hiking are also as near as the mountains. The Rio Grande River, one of the biggest rivers in our nation, is just about 20 miles west of the land!

The five acre pieces of land are from 7 to 9 miles northwest of San Luis, the oldest town in Colorado; it is rather flat, rolling prairie, covered with grass and brush. In the fall, the land is blanketed in shades of yellow and purple as the sagebrush blooms in bright yellow and as the little purple daisy-like flowers bloom.

This land has an elevation of about 7500 feet, which is about a “mile and a half high in the Colorado sky.” It fronts on a good hard-packed dirt and gravel road, which is county maintained; so the land has year around access. It is easy to locate the exact piece of property because each corner has a survey marker—a metal stake, topped with a metal cap that has numbers on it to correspond with the numbers on the survey map that the buyer will receive.

We could sell you this five acre tract—about the size of five football playing fields—for $7500. We could take $100 down and $100. monthly. You could pay more down and/or make larger monthly payments to pay for it sooner if you’d prefer. Since we own the land, there are no broker commissions or closing fees that usually go along with a real estate sale. Right now we own four of these five acre tracts. Two of them fit the price and terms above. A third one is very near electricity—about 400 yards away.

If you love gorgeous views of mountains, yet you want year around accessibility, one of these five acre parcels may be just what you would enjoy most. We offer the land for sale for cash or with terms; that kind of a deal makes the property quite affordable to many. We have owned land in this area of Colorado for about 50 years, and we have been selling and financing it all of these years. Call us if you think one of these is for you!

Contact owners, Diane and Charley Steed, at 806-376-8690 or diane.steed@att.net. Because we have owned a finance company here in Amarillo, Texas, since 1957, we can finance this property for you, ourselves, if you want terms.


Thirty Eight Acres

$24,000 Cash or Terms. We would take a minimum of $250 down & $250 per month.
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This beautiful 38 acre parcel of land is located very near the Sangre de Christo Mountain Range and is in close proximity to two nice lakes—Costilla and Sanchez Reservoirs. The land is 1 mile from the Colorado/New Mexico state line, giving quick access to Carson National Forest in New Mexico and to the San Juan Mountains, about 20 miles to the west. This land is midway between Taos, N. M. and Alamosa, Colorado—approximately 50-60 miles from either. It is only 3 miles, by good dirt roads, to Highway 159. This beautiful piece of land borders the Costilla Creek; it has close to 700 feet on the creek and has scattered cottonwood trees to afford beautiful picnic/camping areas with a panoramic view of the gorgeous Rocky Mountains. Once part of a small farm, this land grew potatoes many years ago at the time when potatoes were a big cash crop. We have seen the Costilla Creek running bank to bank with water in exceptionally wet seasons; however, most of the time it does not have enough water to flow, but there are a few scattered ponds that hold stock water for some periods of time. There are times when there is no water in the creek, but the trees and the grass around the creek remain green during the spring and summers.


Costilla Creek Ranches

$19,000 Cash or Terms. We would take a minimum of $195 down & $195 per month.
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This forty acre piece of land is about equidistant from Alamosa, Colorado, and Taos, New Mexico—50 miles southwest of Alamosa and 55 miles northwest of Taos, New Mexico, an old molybdenum mining town and now a famous ski area. It is easy to find—just 12 miles west of Costilla, New Mexico. The ranch has been surveyed, and there is a marker (metal stake with identifying numbers) on each corner of the property; the markers correspond to the survey map, so it is very easy to locate the exact boundaries. This level to gently rolling prairie grassland, on an existing good county-maintained gravel road, is surrounded by some of the best fishing and hunting in the Rocky Mountain area, with the famous Rio Grande River just 4 miles to the southwest. Only 2 miles south is the beginning of a large area of BLM land. The area is home to antelope and to an occasional deer or elk. Hiking and “dune buggying” can be done in nearby areas. Winter sports—skiing, snowboarding, and snowmobiling—are close by, too, in the ski resorts of northern New Mexico; Red River, Taos, and Angel Fire are all 50 to 70 miles away. This forty acres is remote enough for real privacy with the closest neighbor currently about 2 miles away. Electricity, also is just about 2 miles away and underground water is available. Since this land is in a valley (the famous San Luis Valley), it has views of the mountains (the great Rocky Mountains) in all directions.


Barrel Ranch

$19,000 Cash or Terms. We would take a minimum of $195 down & $195 per month.
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This forty acre parcel is a part of the Barrel Ranch. In addition to survey markers, significant corners are marked with various colored 55 gallon barrels—thus, The Barrel Ranch! Because it is so straight, the main road from Monte Vista, Highway 15, is called, by local people, the Gun Barrel Road—thus, another reason for the name of the ranch! This 40 acres is about 17 miles south and a mile east of Monte Vista, Colorado. The land, covered with grass and brush, is a square forty acre piece, about 1320 feet by 1320 feet. Because it is in a valley (The famous San Luis Valley of Southern Colorado) it offers great views of the mountains in all directions. The closest Rocky Mountains are the San Juans; the foothills begin about 5 miles to the west and it is another 8 or 10 miles to the higher country. This undeveloped agricultural land is located on an existing hard-packed dirt and gravel road, with electricity just 2 miles away. Underground water is available and a well permit can be obtained for this property. Septic systems are permitted. Cellular telephone service is available in this area. Elevation is about 7700 feet—almost a mile and a half high in the Colorado sky! The Barrel Ranch has been surveyed. There is a marker (metal stake with identifying numbers) on each corner of the forty acre property; the markers correspond to the survey map, so it is very easy to locate the exact boundaries. It has good, year around accessibility. Fishing, hunting, “dune buggying,” and hiking opportunities are all around. The Alamosa River is about 4 miles to the west. The great Rio Grande River is not far away! Area lakes also provide great fishing experiences; Platoro Reservoir is about 40 miles southwest, and Trujillo Reservoir is about 75 miles south; these are the two best fishing and recreation lakes in the area. Enjoy visiting the Monte Vista National Wildlife Refuge just about ten miles away, fronting on both sides of Highway 15. Winter sports—skiing, snowboarding, and snowmobiling—are close by, too, in the ski resorts of southern Colorado and northern New Mexico. Monarch, about 70 miles away, is the closest ski area; Wolf Creek, at 100 miles away, isn’t much farther. Both get excellent snow.


Barrel Ranch—37+ Acres

$22,000 Cash or Terms. We would take a minimum of $225 down & $225 per month.
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This 37 acre parcel is a part of the Barrel Ranch. In addition to survey markers, significant corners are marked with various colored 55 gallon barrels—thus, The Barrel Ranch! Because it is so straight, the main road from Monte Vista, Highway 15, is called, by local people, the Gun Barrel Road—thus, another reason for the name of the ranch! This 37+ acres is about 20 miles southwest of Alamosa, Colorado. The land, covered with grass and brush, is a square forty acre piece, about 1320 feet by 1320 feet. Because it is in a valley (The famous San Luis Valley of Southern Colorado) it offers great views of the mountains in all directions. The closest Rocky Mountains are the San Juans; the foothills begin about 5 miles to the west and it is another 8 or 10 miles to the higher country. This undeveloped agricultural land is located on an existing hard-packed dirt and gravel road, with electricity on the property. Underground water is available and a well permit can be obtained for this property. Septic systems are permitted. Cellular telephone service is available in this area. Elevation is about 7700 feet—almost a mile and a half high in the Colorado sky! The Barrel Ranch has been surveyed. There is a marker (metal stake with identifying numbers) on each corner of the forty acre property; the markers correspond to the survey map, so it is very easy to locate the exact boundaries. It has good, year around accessibility. Fishing, hunting, “dune buggying,” and hiking opportunities are all around. The Alamosa River is about 4 miles to the west. The great Rio Grande River is not far away! Area lakes also provide great fishing experiences; Platoro Reservoir is about 40 miles southwest, and Trujillo Reservoir is about 75 miles south; these are the two best fishing and recreation lakes in the area. Enjoy visiting the Monte Vista National Wildlife Refuge just about ten miles away, fronting on both sides of Highway 15. Winter sports—skiing, snowboarding, and snowmobiling—are close by, too, in the ski resorts of southern Colorado and northern New Mexico. Monarch, about 70 miles away, is the closest ski area; Wolf Creek, at 100 miles away, isn’t much farther. Both get excellent snow.


Contact owners, Diane and Charley Steed, at 806-376-8690 or diane.steed@att.net. Because we have owned a finance company here in Amarillo, Texas, since 1957, we can finance this property for you, ourselves, if you want terms.


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