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5.41 Acres Of Land For Sale In Pagosa Springs, Colorado
2409 LOMA LINDA DRIVE
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Wendy G Saunders, Keller Williams Realty Southwest Associates, LLC - Pagosa, Cell: 970-903-0038, email@example.com, http://www.wensaunders.com: Snowmen relocating before Spring (or sooner)! Desire National Forest Access out your back door? Recreation just out your back door! Rejuvenation and newfound vitality can be found in this 5.41 acres lot presenting a fantastic opportunity to build a mountain home as it backs national forest (one of few lots in Loma Linda). Located in desirable Loma Linda, easy year round access and just minutes to town. Experience bliss for the body & soul with hike, bike, horseback ride, snowshoe, cross country ski. Heavily treed for complete privacy, as desired. Lots of mature pines and front meadow with scrub and wildflowers. Build at the top of the lot and enjoy wonderful privacy and mountain views. This acreage has convenient city water, easy year round road access, and 2 additional subdivision National Forest footprint access points. ATV National Forest trails are also just minutes way! Enjoy lake fishing at nearby Echo Lake recreation area, just 5 minutes away! The subdivision road system is maintained by the Loma Linda Metro District (whose fees are included in real estate taxes) who snow plows and road grades the road system for easy access. Loma Linda is bordered by national forest lands and is a perfect retreat for the one who love to get outdoors. Two horses are permitted -ride into the National Forest in just seconds! Hike unspoiled trails and spot wildlife such as elk, wild turkey, occasional bear. A rural-feeling spot setting where you can kickback and do more things you love! This is an amazing setting for your Colorado home build at lot top has, Pagosa Peak, and Square Top mountain views. The day ends, and suddenly thereâ€™s the blackest sky imaginable above, bristling with stars. Preview this acreage today! Up to 4 weeks of camping or RV is allowed. Buy now while there is still Pagosa acreage available as a land investment and build years later! Realistically, this desired parcel will be under contract quickly. You must walk this property to appreciate its true value, setting and views! Preview with your real estate broker today before someone grab this one up, just in time for summer recreation!
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