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35.10 Acres Of Land For Sale In Montrose, Colorado

35.1 ACRES
$750,000
TBD - P2 UNCOMPAHGRE ROAD
MONTROSE, CO 81403
MONTROSE COUNTY
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MLS NUMBER:
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Sharon Porter, R1 Colorado, C: 970-880-1277, sharon@sharonporter.com, www.crenmls.com: Finally, the ideal land parcel you’ve been watching and waiting for. Picture this: Your own custom-designed home tucked away from view for total privacy, sitting on a gently-sloping south-facing hillside with a few mature trees which provide shade and home for birds, overlooking your lush bright-green irrigated 15-acre pasture, with a postcard-perfect huge view of the Sneffels mountain range looming large above the nearby foothills. You’ve found your own personal paradise! And just in the nick of time … this is your secret spot to escape the current global craziness and provide protection and stability for your family. Directly adjacent to 600,000 acres of BLM land, just roll out of bed and hit the trail on foot, wheels or hooves for a day of fun and adventure in the wild west federal lands. And at night … you’ve never seen stars this big and bright! The pasture is all set up for easy irrigation utilizing a side roll sprinkler. And if you’ve been thinking of growing your own food to hedge against the uncertain future - the pasture can grow grains, support livestock and chickens, orchards of fruit and nut trees, culinary and medicinal gardens, greenhouses and root cellars, permaculture food forests … sitting at approximately 6400' elevation, it's a prepper’s paradise. Plus there is a large and handsome partially-enclosed hay barn to store your crops and outdoor toys, as well as a portable storage shed, to give you a staging spot for building your home. Electric service is included to the property line. Water line only is also included to the property line - Buyer to pay $7K tap fee for service by Tri-County Water District. Conduit for "coming soon" fiber optic is included to the property line - three decent internet options exist now (while waiting for the "coming soon" fiber optic). Cell signal strength is an average of 4 bars. Far enough off Highway 550 that you won't hear cars, yet just a quick 15 minute drive to either Ridgway or Montrose (where the airport is) and an hour drive to Telluride for world class skiing - look no further. This is truly a rare find, a one of a kind, an exquisite escape … which won't last long. Owner financing available to qualified buyers.

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