Owner Finance Terms
Owner Finance Terms
$1.99 monthly processing fee applies to all billings.
No pre-payment penalty. If you choose to pay off property within 7 days, we will give you 10% discount.
The San Luis North Estates subdivision is one of the best areas to live in San Luis area. The parcel has excellent access and just minutes away from the city of San Luis. This five acre parcel has beautiful mountain views of Blanca, Trinchera and Culebra Peaks. Nearby are some of the excellent reservoirs that can provide fishing and boating activities.
This lot does not have any time limit to build.
Elevation approximately 7,500 feet
This an off-the-grid property, with no close neighbors.
The property is flat.
Some minor agricultural uses and animal husbandry allowed.
There is no home owners association.
Camping is allowed for just 14 days every 3 months.
CLIMATE: The average temperature in San Luis Valley Ranges from 82 degrees to a low of 41 degrees during the summer.The average annual precipitation is six and a half inches. Winter brings less than thirty inches of snow. During the winter the average temperature ranges from high of 41 degrees and low of 1 degree, with a mean temperature of 20 degrees.
ELEVATION: The elevation within the subdivision ranges from approximately 7,700 +/- feet above sea level. The land lies on the floor of a large mountain valley with most of the land being level or gently sloping.
OUTDOOR RECREATION: Colorado is an outdoor paradise for sportsmen and vacationers, presenting a panorama of recreation opportunities. The five acre valley ranches and estates are surrounded by some of the best natural recreation available in America.
More than one-third of Colorado’s land has been reserved for public recreation, with hundreds of thousands of acres operated by the U.S. Forest Service, the Colorado State Land Board, and the Colorado Department of Game, Fish and Parks. Some nearby nationally known parks and forest preserves include the San Isabel National Forest, the Rio Grande National Forest, and the Carson National Forest. Activities include camping, fishing, hiking, biking, boating, rafting and canoeing.
FISHING AREAS INCLUDE: Rio Grande River, Rio Grande Reservoir, Smiths Reservoir, Mountain Home Reservoir, Conejos River, Huerfano River, and other smaller rivers within Continental Reservoir, Lathrop State Park, Lakes Platoro Reservoir, Road Canyon Reservoir, and Sanchez Reservoir
WINTER SPORTS: Colorado as been called the country’s winter recreation and ski center. A few of the ski areas most accessible from the five acre valley ranches and estates are Monarch Pass, Wolf Creek Pass, Cucharas Pass, and Taos, New Mexico (sixty miles away). Ice Skating, tobogganing and snowmobiling can also be enjoyed here. The closest ski area is Red River – 51 miles from San Luis
GOLF: Nearby Golf Courses are located in Alamosa, Monte Vista, Walsenberg, and Taos.