Fantastic Opportunity! Own this beautiful piece of land in the heart of Huerfano County!!
Your private oasis awaits you! Bring your hiking boots, mountain bike, ATV, golf clubs, and fishing pole.
This lot is conveniently located and you can use this as your “Base Camp” and go exploring all that Mother Nature has to offer!
Here are just a few of the MANY activities and destinations available at your fingertips:
- Walsenburg Reservoir
- Horseshoe Lake
- Lake Oehm, and Huerfano River and golf are only minutes away.
- During the winter season, you are only 2.5 hours from Wolf Creek or Taos Ski areas.
- Nearby Lathrop State Park, located 2 miles west of the city limits of Walsenburg, is the State of Colorado’s first State Park and is over 1,600 acres in size — WOW!!!
Call us today and find out how easy it is to own this beautiful retreat and begin building dreams that will last a lifetime!
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Property Type: Vacant Land
Address: Walsenburg, CO 81089
(Lot 937 Rio Cucharas Phase 3 352-965 374939)
County: Huerfano County
Zoning: Rural Residential
Power: Power on the road (approx cost to connect $3,000)
Phone: Possible Land Line (but Mobile/Satellite/Alternative may be needed)
Water: Well, Water Delivery or Alternative System
Sewer: Septic system will be needed (approx cost $5,000)
HOA: $25 per year
(covers printing, postage, paper, water rights protection, street signs, trash clean-up, insurance)
Time to Build: 12 months (approx)
Title Info: Clear Title via Warranty Deed
Annual Property Taxes (Approx): $42.58
Terms: Cash Sale – Buyer to pay documentation or Closing costs if closed with a title company
GPS: 37.625222, -104.833786
- Camping is allowed on the property – 30 days per year
- RV’s are allowed on the property – 30 days per year
- RVs are allowed for camping purposes – cannot be used as a full-time residence
- Mobile Homes are allowed on the property
- Mobile homes are allowed by the County but must be set on a foundation
- Manufactured Homes are allowed on the property
- Manufactured homes are allowed by the County, by permit and must be set on a foundation
- Click the following link to view the 2019 Rio Cucharas Phase 3 Covenants and Restrictions
Huerfano County presents breathtaking scenery, fascinating history and a wealth of recreational options. Walsenburg is located on I-25 and US 160, with access to Colo. Hwy 10. As the county seat, it has served as a trade center for the county and region. Walsenburg is named in honor of Fred Walsen an early pioneer, who opened the first coal mines. The town grew quickly following the discovery of coal. Over 50 mines were developed. The mines began closing in the 1950’s and are no longer in operation.
La Veta is 17 miles west of Walsenburg on Highway 12. Amidst nature’s great beauty, La Veta offers a refreshing small-town quality of life combined with the sophistication of art galleries, theater, dining, a fitness center, musical entertainment, and shopping. Highway 12 is known for its’ scenic beauty and is called the Highway of Legends, National Forest and Colorado Scenic Byway. It makes its’ way through the Spanish Peaks Wilderness area, ending in Trinidad. Travelers are treated to the Spanish Peaks mountain ranges, the Cuchara River, ranches, rolling meadows, lakes, tall aspen and pine trees and an assortment of wildlife. As you continue south on highway 12, travelers will come to the village of Cuchara. Originally settled by farmers it became a retreat area with breathtaking beauty at over 8,000 feet. Gardner is NW of Walsenburg on highway 69. It’s a quaint ranching community. The area is popular for hiking, fishing, and backpacking along the Huerfano River and east side of Blanca Peak. Lathrop State Park is just 3 miles west of Walsenburg featuring camping, fishing, boating, and water-skiing.
Huerfano County is also home to three National Forest Wilderness Areas. For other recreation in the immediate area, there is hiking and fishing in our high mountain lakes and streams of the National Forest. Mountain biking, camping, horseback riding, and golf at Grandote Peaks and Walsenburg golf courses. Huerfano County is the eastern “gateway” to the Great Sand Dunes National Park, in the San Luis Valley. (Credit: http://foxtheatrewalsenburg.org)
Huerfano County Trails Master Plan: http://www.huerfano.us/uploads/hctp.pdf
Cuchara Mountain: http://www.cucharamountainescape.com/attractions.html
Lathrop State Park: http://cpw.state.co.us/placestogo/parks/Lathrop
Law enforcement: http://www.huerfano.us/sheriff.php