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88.85 Acres In Pagosa Springs, Colorado

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Peggy Andrews, Independent Broker
P.O. Box 3216
Pagosa Springs, CO 81147
Peggy  Andrews
88.85 Acres   $849,000
12747 State Highway 151
Pagosa Springs, CO 81147
County | Archuleta
MLS | 725308
Peggy Andrews, Peggy Andrews, Independent Broker, C: 970-946-0473, Peggy@PeggyAndrews.com, www.PeggyAndrews.com: A ranch on the Piedra river approx with 2000+ feet of river frontage!! Ranch is 30 miles from downtown Pagosa Springs and has water rights and ag status. This property has a beautiful 4000+ sf ranch home with lots of character, white stucco exterior, red metal roof, interior greenhouse, lots of storage and a garage with shop and plenty of space for equipment and toys. Overlooking the

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