TBD Barcelona Road San Luis, CO 81152
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Monthly Payment (Est.)$100
With INCREDIBLE views of the Sangre de Cristo mountains, the Top of the World neighborhood is aptly named. You get amazing views of snow-covered mountain peaks, lots of sunny days (about 285 each year), and beautiful starry nights. The Mt. Blanca Massif dominates the Northern Skyline, giving you unimpeded views of four "Fourteeners" or peaks more than 14, 000 feet tall. Blanca Peak, 14, 326', Little Bear Peak, 14, 037', Ellingwood Point, 14, 048' and Mt. Lindsey 14, 048. This nearly 5 acre parcel is strewn with crystals and colorful rocks, please see photos. Thousands of stones in a rainbow of colors await your discovery. It's truly a magical spot with no neighbors anywhere - not yet, at least. Living in Top of the World means you can enjoy peaceful mountain living while still being close to basic conveniences. It's situated between the towns of Fort Garland and San Luis, so you'll be near National Parks and Forests where you can go hiking and biking, clear lakes for great fishing and boating, and you can even spot deer, elk, and antelope in the fields. Fort Garland, Colorado is a small, quiet town known for its friendly people and a relaxed vibe. You can enjoy nature here with lots of hiking and outdoor activities. It's also close to the Great Sand Dunes National Park. San Luis, Colorado is a charming and historic town nestled in the heart of the San Luis Valley, surrounded by the picturesque Sangre de Cristo Mountains. It holds the distinction of being one of the oldest towns in Colorado, founded in 1851 by settlers from New Mexico. This rich history is evident in its well-preserved adobe buildings and the strong Hispanic cultural influence that still permeates the community. The town is most famous for the Stations of the Cross, a stunning hillside shrine known as the Shrine of the Stations of the Cross. Pilgrims from all over visit this spiritual place, which features a series of life-sized bronze statues depicting the Passion of of Christ. The views from this hilltop shrine are breathtaking, offering a sense of peace and tranquility. San Luis is a tight-knit community with a strong sense of tradition. Its annual Stations of the Cross pilgrimage, held on Good Friday, draws thousands of visitors who come to witness this religious procession. Additionally, the town hosts the vibrant San Luis People's Ditch Days celebration, showcasing its agricultural heritage and the vital role of water in the valley's history. Visitors to San Luis can explore its historic adobe churches, such as the Sangre de Cristo Parish, and immerse themselves in the town's unique culture. The town's natural surroundings also offer ample opportunities for outdoor enthusiasts, with hiking, fishing, and camping available in the nearby San Luis Hills and Culebra Range. The FOR SALE sign sits very close to the middle of the lot. The lot is approximately 225 feet wide and 900 feet deep. Basic Restrictions - Camp for 14 days (every 3 months); long term camping/rv permit available (60 days – with up to 3 renewals, $200 fee – septic & water required); Temporary RV Occupancy permit available ($250 fee – good for 90 days at a time while building, renew for up to 18 months). Vacant Land/Residential – Site built home 600sqft min, manufactured homes are acceptable. Please contact Costilla County Planning & Zoning for additional information.
|2 months ago
|Listing updated with changes from the MLS
|3 months ago
|Listing first seen online