|Processing Fee||$ 499|
|Deed Type||Warranty Deed|
|Location||off of County Road Z, Sanford, CO 81142|
|GPS Coordinates||37.285904, -105.82903 Open in Google Maps|
|Legal Description||SE4 NE4 Section 32 T36 R11|
|Zoning||Vacant, Recreational, Acreage|
|Lot Size||40 Acres|
|Road Access||Dirt Road|
|Utilities||Please contact County Assessor|
Beautiful property with lots of potential. Located in the northern part of Conejos County lies this 40 acre parcel which is in close proximity to the Lasauses Lateral and located less than 30 minutes outside of Sanford, CO GPS Coordinates presented here are based upon the best date we have accumulated, but are not exact. The information is for the purpose of locating your property only. Prior to building a fence or any structure on your land, you should contact a Colorado licensed surveyor to mark the exact corners of your property.
Conejos County was one of the original 17 counties created by the General Assembly of the Territory of Colorado on 1861-11-01, although it was originally namedGuadalupe County and renamed Conejos County a week later, on November 7. Its name coming from the Spanish word “conejo“, meaning rabbit, for the large abundance of rabbits in the area. Also early in its existence, the county seat was moved from the town of Guadalupe to Conejos. The original boundaries of the county included a large portion of southwestern Colorado. In 1874, most of the western and northern portions of the county were broken away to form parts ofHinsdale, La Plata and Rio Grande counties, and Conejos County achieved its modern borders in 1885 when its western half was taken to create Archuleta County. Conejos County is in a broad high mountain valley in South Central Colorado. It has an area of approximately 825,446 acres (3,340 km2) in 1,290 square miles (3,340 km2). Roughly half the area is on the nearly level floor of the valley, where the average elevation is about 7,700 feet (2,350 m). The western half of the county ranges from gently rolling to steep foothills with mountains that rise in elevation to about 13,000 feet (4,000 m).
Hiking, biking, camping, snowboarding, snowmobiling, skiing, hunting, fishing
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