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9.60 Acres Of Land For Sale In Penrose, Colorado

9.6 ACRES
$129,000
E HWY 50
PENROSE, CO 81240
FREMONT COUNTY
SUBDIVISION:
BEAVER PARK
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LOTNETWORK ID:
7549144
STATUS:
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MLS NUMBER:
66504
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