OWN THAT FARM YOU’VE BEEN DREAMING OF: 81.7 ACRE FARM ON ROAD NORTH 110 JUST 10 MINUTES FROM ALAMOSA PARCELS 2 and 3, EACH 660′ X 2,640′ WITH POWER AND STREET FRONTAGE Own this beautiful 80-acre farm lot on Road North 110. The property is just 10 minutes from Alamosa, 2.5 miles south of Mosca, 2 miles north of Stanley Road and one-half mile to Highway 17. Each parcel is 660′ x 2,640′ with power and street frontage. There is an adjudicated (registered) 1200 GPM irrigation well on the property. Power is on the road frontage of Road North 110. Dimensions of the property are: 2,640 feet x 2,640 feet (or 1/2 mile by 1/2 mile). You may put a double-wide mobile home or build a modular or custom home on the property. [Note: You’ll have to install a domestic well for your dwelling. 15 GPM is sufficient for household use and livestock. Well depth is approximately 60-80 feet to the aquifer.] Alamosa is the cultural and economic center of the San Luis Valley. The Valley is predominantly a farming and agricultural community with Adam’s State College being an important part of its economic structure. The property is within several hours drive to Denver and many of the country’s leading ski resorts in Colorado and nearby New Mexico, including Taos and Santa Fe. 45 minutes to an hour from Wolf Creek, Monarch and Crested Butte ski areas.These residential 1 acre and more ranch lots have mountain views that will take your breath away. Own land in the San Luis Valley with its rich and fascinating cultural heritage and history. Elevation ranges from 7,000 feet on the valley floor to 14,345 at the summit of Blanca Peak. The Valley is 125 miles long and 50 miles wide and is one of the largest valley basins in the United States. The mighty Sangre de Cristo (Blood of Christ) Range lies to the east and south; The most unusual and most popular geographical feature in the valley is the ever-shifting Great Sand Dunes. The San Juan, La Garita and Conejos-Brazos Mountains are to the north and west of the Valley. The beautiful Rio Grande River originates in the nearby mountains and flows southeast through the Valley. The Valley is predominantly a farming and agricultural community with Adam’s State College being an important part of its economic structure. The property is within several hours drive to Denver and many of the country’s leading resorts in Colorado and nearby New Mexico, including Taos and Santa Fe. Major Attractions:Cumbres and Toltec Scenic Railroad, Great Sand Dunes National Monument. Festivals & Events: Crane Fesitval (mid-March); Sunshine Festival (1st weekend in June); Castles and Kites Festival (end of June); Ski-Hi Stampede (end of July). Outdoor Activities: Mountain Biking, Fishing: Conejos River, La Jara Reservoir, Rio Grande, Sanchez Reservoir; Four-Wheel Drive Trips; Golf: Cattails Golf Course-18 hole public golf course; Hiking and Backpacking: Blanca Peak, Crater Lake, Crestone Trails; Downhill Skiing and Snowboarding: Wolf Creek Ski Resort; Spa: Pagosa Springs; Swimming: Great Sand Dunes Swimming Pool and Splashland in Alamosa. Wolf Creek is known as the ski area with the most snow in Colorado, over 450 inches a year via Mother Nature. The ski runs are 20% beginner, 35% intermediate, 25% advanced, and 20% expert. The entire skiable area is 700 acres, with the altitude base starting at 10,350 feet and going up to 11,775 feet at the Continental Divide. The resort is approximately 1.5 hours from Alamosa. Legal Description: Parcel 2-N1/2 S1/2 NW1/4 of Section 23, Township 39 North, Range 10 East, N.M.P.M. Parcel 3-S1/2 N1/2 NW1/4 of Section 23, Township 39 North, Range 10 East, N.M.P.M. Directions: From Alamosa, at the junction of Highways 17 and 160, drive nine miles north. Turn at the first intersection – east (right) on 2 North then left to Road North 110. The property is the right side of the road, 2,640′ of road frontage.