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Discover Your Own Slice of Colorado Paradise on this 1.08 Acre Property near Pagosa Springs!

Nestled in the picturesque Aspen Springs Subdivision, this stunning 1.08-acre property near Pagosa Springs offers an opportunity to create your own slice of Colorado paradise. Surrounded by breathtaking mountain views and tranquil natural beauty, this parcel is the perfect location to escape the hustle and bustle of city life and embrace the serenity of nature. Whether you’re looking to build a vacation cabin or a permanent residence, this land offers endless possibilities for those seeking a peaceful mountain lifestyle.

Payment Options

Cash Discount

$27,997 $33,690
$6,750 Down + $249 Doc Fee Reserve Now

Financing Terms

$449/mo For 60 Months
$6,750 down + $249 Doc Fee Reserve Now

Payment Note(s)

Owner Finance Terms: $449/month for 60 months with $6,750 down and a one-time $249 Document Fee. This includes all closing costs and loan servicing fees. $27/month estimated property taxes additional.

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Description

Note: This parcel is adjacent to a 1.31-acre parcel, which is also for sale. Both can be purchased together for a 2.39-acre mountain masterpiece.

Pagosa Springs, Colorado.

Surrounded by 2.5 million acres of wilderness and national forest areas.

Blessed with more than 650 miles of trails, world-class fishing, hot springs, and more.

Waterfalls? Take your pick hiking into the Piedra Falls, Silver Falls, and Treasure Falls. Plus, there are incredible treks to breathtaking cascades.

Turkey Creek is an ideal path for viewing wildlife, spring flowers, or just plain ‘ole meditation. Or explore the Crater Lake trail that descends downhill from the Continental Divide to crystal-clear waters.

Yep, Pagosa Springs is synonymous with recreational activities, including:

  • Hot air ballooning
  • Rafting and River Tubing
  • Camping and Backpacking
  • Hunting
  • Fishing
  • Skiing
  • Festivals, Golf, horseback riding, and mountain biking!

For cruising by car, take the well-paved but windy road to the Wolf Creek Pass Summit, where you'll be on top of the Continental Divide.

If you're a bit more adventuresome, head 60 miles west and take a ride on the Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad for fabulous scenery only viewable by rail.

How about fishing? Anglers have caught trout weighing more than 10 pounds, plus there's plenty of excellent kokanee salmon just waiting to bite.

And before the day is done, you'll want to soak in one of the 30 different mineral-rich hot spring pools.

Home to the deepest hot spring aquifer in the world, Pagosa Springs gets its name from the Native American word for “healing waters.” These hot springs leave you feeling so relaxed and rejuvenated; you'll wonder what took you so long to find such a place!

For dinner, take your pick from top-rated restaurants or any of the 3 local breweries, including Wolfe's outdoor beer garden, famous for brews and views!

Pagosa Springs has all the shopping and entertainment you could ask for, including a Walmart Supercenter and the ever-popular Natural Grocers (a Colorado native for healthy groceries)!

And when it's time to come home, the peaceful pine-treed splendor of this 1+ acre Aspen Springs Subdivision property is a short 18 miles from downtown Pagosa Springs.

Sitting on top of the world at 7,800 feet, this rare rural parcel is ready for your private retreat or forever home.

When it comes to self-sufficiency, Pagosa Springs gets an above-average 287 sunny days each year. Something sure to boost your mood while generating plenty of power, should you decide to go solar.

But recreation, convenience, privacy, and million-dollar views don't have to cost a fortune!

Offered below market value, the future steward of this land enjoys instant equity while turning their dream of an accessible mountain home into a reality.

What can make this property even better?

Aspen Springs is truly the perfect community for all the right reasons.

So let's add it all up:

  • A beautiful residential parcel with power and cable lines ready to connect
  • No HOA/POA telling you what to do!
  • Tremendous value (instant equity)
  • 17 miles to town (downtown Pagosa Springs) for hot springs, shopping, and entertainment.
  • 1 hour to the bigger college town of Durango, Colorado
  • Access to year-round recreational activities, including trout and salmon fishing, big game hunting, rafting, biking, hiking, camping, skiing, and horseback riding.

Available for the right person ready to invest in their future for only $6,750 down, a one-time $249 doc fee, and $449/mo.

Property Information

Parcel Size

1.08 acres

State

Colorado

County

Archuleta

Nearest Cities

San Luis, Ft. Garland, Alamosa, Pueblo

Parcel Number

589315404118

Address

159 Schroeder Ct Pagosa Springs, CO 81147

Features

Acres

1.08

Dimension

267 x 309

County

Archuleta

Subdivision

Exists

Access

Dirt Road

Power

On Lot East Of Property

Water

Well or Cistern Needed

Coordinates

37.189697129161544, -107.15588240608585

Zoning

0100 (VACANT RES LOTS)

Elevation

7,840 FT

Purchase Information/Fees

$249

Document Fee

An additional fee of $249 to reserve the property is required to begin the purchase process. This is a non-refundable fee.

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Finance Charge

No finance charge for owner-financed options.

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Misc Fee

Owner financing includes all loan servicing fees. $27/month estimated property taxes are additional.

Nearby Attractions/City

Pagosa Springs Hot Springs

At over 1002 feet deep, the Mother Spring aquifer has been Guinness World Record Certified as, “The World's Deepest.” The mineral-rich waters from that very spring fill the baths at The Springs Resort & Spa, The Overlook Hot Springs, and Healing Waters Resort & Spa. Each facility offers a unique experience, and each is open to the public.

Treasure Falls Trail

Treasure Falls Trail leads to a magical waterfall in the San Juan Mountains, about 15 miles northeast of Pagosa Springs.

Wolf Creek Pass Summit

Wolf Creek Pass is a breathtaking 10,857 feet and located at the Continental Divide.

Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad

Operating since 1882, you'll enjoy riding behind a historic engine chugging away traveling through the ruggedly beautiful San Juan National Forest. The awesome mountain vistas are truly a thrill!

Notes

  • Terrain: Level.
  • Yearly tax amount: $294.24
  • Home or Property Owner Association (HOA or POA): None.
  • Zoning: 0100 (VACANT RES LOTS)
  • Manufactured and Modular Homes: Allowed
  • Camping: Yes. 120-day camping season each year.
  • RV’s: Yes. Can camp in an RV (including many “Tiny Homes”) on your own residential property with a TEMPORARY USE PERMIT for a 120-day camping season each year.
  • Power: On lot East of property.
  • Water: Well or cistern needed.
  • Sewer: Septic needed.
  • Time Limit To Build: None to start.

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