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Lot 16
Lot 12 block 15 Unit 9 of the
San Luis Valley Ranches,
Southern Colorado.

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This lot is eight miles from San Luis, the oldest town in Colorado. It's the county seat.. Power is 3/4 a mile away. It's close to the mountains, and has easy access, only a couple minutes off the main highway 159.

Nestled beneath blue skies and 14,000+ ft mountain peaks, the San Luis Valley is surrounded by the beauty, wonder, recreation and wildlife, which make the Rocky Mountains famous.

Driving Distances


200 mi


90  mi


164 mi


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150 mi

Grand Jct.

248 mi

Pagosa Springs

90 mi

Colorado Springs

163 mi


The property is flat and easily buildable. Ringed by almost 2 million acres of National forests with spectacular mountain ranges. From the rugged and jagged peaks of the Sangre De Cristo, to the glacial canyons and forested tablelands of the San Juans, variety is the word best to describe this topography.

Size:    Five acres, 330 ft by 660 ft.      (Almost five football fields.)
Roads:   Access to the property is on all-weather county maintained dirt roads.
Population:   The San Luis Valley 46,000 people.

WATER:  The average well depth in the San Luis Valley Ranches is about 180 FT, drilling costs about $35 per foot. A money saving option: to start out, or if you’re just using your land for vacation, you can haul your own water.  You can fill a 500 gallon tank at the Alamosa Water Dept. for only $2.50 (that's total price for 500 gallons). 719-589-2593

SEPTIC SYSTEMS:   cost $3,000-4,000.

POWER:The San Luis Valley has the strongest solar power resources in the state, the highest per capita concentration of home-based solar energy systems in the United States. The cost of solar system kits start at about $1100. See our useful links for more solar info.                                                        

GAS: Propane is used for cooking, refrigerator and heat. Propane is delivered throughout the valley. Most people also use woodstoves for heating. Abundant cheap firewood is available in the local forest. Generator: People use gasoline generators for back up, like when times call for using large power tools. 
Please go to our Useful Links page for more information.

Planning and Zoning:   Two homes allowed:  A main house and a ranch hand house (mother-in-law house). Residental zoned.
Fire Protection:   Provided by the San Luis Volunteer Fire Department in Fort Garland.
Police Protection:    Provided by Costilla County Sheriff office in San Luis.
Education:   Elementary, junior high, and high schools are located in all main towns in the valley. Adams State College is located in Alamosa.  Small classes, low tuition and faculty dedicated to teaching have put this college on the exclusive list of America’s 100 Best College Buys for three years in a row.

Convenience shopping is available in Blanca, Fort Garland and San Luis. Alamosa has major shopping facilities. Wallgreens, Wallmart, Home Depot, Farmer's Markets etc..


INDUSTRY: Educational services, retail trade, agriculture, business & repair services, health services, tourism, art, entertainment, recreation services, finance, insurance, public utilities, manufacturing, wholesale, trader, transportation, mining, construction and public administration.

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