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Land, land, and more land in Colorado wilderness! With a breathtaking 36.45 acres, the possibilities are endless. Relax under a star filled sky or wake up to the gentle humming of nature, this property has it all. The plot sits less than 10 miles south of Colorado City, a community that offers hiking, fishing, and camping. Visit the San Isabel National Forest or retrace the early routes of area settlers with the Frontier Pathways, where the past and the present collide. Don’t miss your chance to own a piece of the great state of Colorado. Your land awaits!

  • Property Number: 9779
  • Size: 36.45 Acres
  • Dimensions: 883.99 x 1725.49 x 913.93 x 963.79 x 29.94 x 761.70
  • County: Huerfano
  • State: Colorado
  • Annual Taxes: $285.98
  • Farming
  • Homesite
  • Recreational Nearby
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  • Assessor Parcel Number (APN): 402998
  • Road Access: Dirt Road
  • Slope Description: Rolling
  • Legal Description: Lot No. 9 of Unit A, Colorado Land and Livestock Ranch, as filed February 28, 1980, at Reception no. 278351, Map# 154, Grant of Easement and Result of Survey Map. Together with the limited right to unappropriated groundwater which may be incidental to the ownership of the Lot according to Colorado law.
  • Dimensions: 883.99 x 1725.49 x 913.93 x 963.79 x 29.94 x 761.70
  • Zoning: Agricultural
  • Zoning Code: A (Agricultural)
  • Zoning Definition: A (Agricultural): Agricultural crop production including orchards and accessory uses and buildings (agricultural property not associated with large lot subdivisions exempt from building permits). Recreational domestic animal husbandry including barns and shelters, Animal production, including grazing and accessory uses and buildings but excluding commercial feedlots. Single family dwelling on a single undivided parcel of land. Front yard setback: 60 feet Side yard setback: 25 feet Rear yard setback: 30 feet Maximum structure height: Refer to Comprehensive plan, page 4, “Residential Use” Minimum dwelling size: 600 square feet Maximum lot coverage: 15 percent

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