5.56 Acre Cotopaxi Colorado | Cash Price $13,950 | Secure Today $499 #18-024

5.56 Acre Cotopaxi Colorado | Cash Price $13,950 | Secure Today $499 #18-024

$20,572.00 $13,950.00

This is what dreams are made of 5.56 acres in Cotopaxi, Colorado with electrical and phone line at the street. If fishing gets you going then enjoy the Texas Creek along with the Arkansas River less than a half hour away, don’t leave out hunting with Duck, Deer & Elk locally. This 5.56 acres offers year-round access and still close enough to the big city with Colorado Springs 1 hour and 32 minutes away and the town of Florence 53 minutes away. This property offers stunning views with Pine trees and mountains views galore, build your dream house or cabin and relax away. There are local restaurants and shopping with events year-round. Don’t just take my word for it check out this property it could be just what you’re looking for.

 

DESCRIPTION:

5.56 Acre Cotopaxi Colorado | Cash Price $16,900 | Secure Today $499

This is what dreams are made of 5.56 acres in Cotopaxi, Colorado with electrical and phone line at the street. If fishing gets you going then enjoy the Texas Creek along with the Arkansas River less than a half hour away, don’t leave out hunting with Duck, Deer & Elk locally. This 5.56 acres offers year-round access and still close enough to the big city with Colorado Springs 1 hour and 32 minutes away and the town of Florence 53 minutes away. This property offers stunning views with Pine trees and mountains views galore, build your dream house or cabin and relax away. There are local restaurants and shopping with events year-round. Don’t just take my word for it check out this property it could be just what you’re looking for.

Cotopaxi, Colorado is located in Fremont County a outdoors-men dream, you name it they have from fishing, hunting, hiking, mountain bike riding and is also well known for river rafting. This area has complete access year round with beautiful mountain views and wildlife galore so if your thing is fishing they have local guides for both experienced and beginning anglers to pursue species like Rainbow trout and the tough fighting Brown trout, the same goes for hunting with Deer in lower elevation and Elk in Higher elevation, small game like snowshoe hare and dusky grouse with waterfowl along streams and rivers.

One would think this area is miles away from civilization however just the opposite, with the local Cotopaxi general store to handle all your small shopping needs and treats with it’s local desserts. For larger shopping needs there is a Walmart 1 hour away in the town of Salida and if you need more than that Canon City is 41 minutes away along with the town of Florence 53 minutes for the balance of all your shopping and eating needs. If that is still not enough and you find yourself missing the city life Colorado Springs is only 90 minutes away.

 

DETAILS:

APN:  77017690

Address: 841 Canyon Rd

City: Cotopaxi

Zip: 81223

County Name: Fremont County

Subdivision: GLEN-VISTA F7

Legal: SUBD: GLEN-VISTA F7 LOT 85 GLEN VISTA FIL #7

Lot Acreage: 5.56

GPS Coordinates: 38.375194, -105.507639

County GIS Website: Click Here

Are there any Back Taxes?: None

Amount of Back Taxes: None

Are there any Tax Liens?: None

Property Zoning: Residential Vacant Land

Shape of Property: Rectangle

Elevation: 7,830

Improvements: None

Access: Yes

Road Type/Surface: Dirt Road

Terrain Type: Rolling Flat

Is Camping Allowed on the Property: Yes 60 days a year

 

UTILITIES:

What can you Build on the Property: Stick built or Manufactured homes (750 minimum square footage)

Link to Planning Dept: Click Here

Link to Building Dept: Click Here

Time Limit To Build: None

Water:  Would need to add well or cistern

Sewer or Septic: Septic required

Electricity: At street

Telephone: At street

Conveyance: Warrenty Deed

 

ABOUT THE REGION:

About the Region:

The township was named after Cotopaxi Volcano, one of the highest active volcanoes in the world, located in Ecuador. Henry Thomas was the man responsible for naming Cotopaxi. He was an early prospector to the western territory in the mid-nineteenth century. Cotopaxi is also known for its early failed colony of approximately 63 Russian-Jewish immigrants who first settled there in early 1882. These colonists, most of whom were related, traveled to Colorado in hopes of starting a successful farming community and to reap the benefits of the new Homestead Act, which would grant each head male of a family 160 acres of land. When the colonists arrived in Cotopaxi, they discovered that only half of the houses that were promised to be built upon their arrival had actually been erected; this forced many of the families to live out of small makeshift canvas houses during the first winter. In addition to the housing problems, the colonists faced an extreme shortage of supplies that were needed to support them through the first winter and to plant their crops. Desperate to plant their crops, the colonists soon opened large lines of credit with the local store to buy the seeds and equipment they needed to get their crops planted. The variety of crops that the colonists chose to plant mostly consisted of potatoes and corn. The immigrants soon discovered, however, that the climate in the Colorado mountains was only suitable for growing crops for less than four months out of the year, and the first frost of winter killed most of what was still planted in the fields. This failed season of crops forced the immigrants to look for jobs elsewhere to help pay off their fast-growing debt to the local store. They soon found work with the Denver and Rio Grande Railroad which had decided to lay down more tracks to the west over Marshall Pass.[9] The men of the colony were paid three dollars a day, which helped the struggling settlement get through its first winter. The colonists made it to spring, but the second crop was also a failure, and entire families soon started leaving. Only about six families remained in Cotopaxi to plant a third crop, which was wiped out by a large blizzard, and this officially ended the attempted farming colony in early June 1884.

REAL ESTATE: Fremont County is located in the South Central region of Colorado with affordable land to build your own home or cabin for winter and summer. Undeveloped land is still affordable compared to other resort and ski towns.  It’s not hard to vacant land with  beautiful views in this area and many have nice size parcels over an 5 acres and up.

RECREATION: This is a beautiful area surrounded by the mountains an pine trees and is a lightly populated mountain range in South Central region of Colorado in the western United States. The outdoor activities are long and include hunting, fishing, mountain biking, hiking, there’s also off roading, fishing, rafting, kayaking and in the winter month there’s plenty of  local ski resorts for downhill skiing and snowboarding, cross country skiing, and snowmobiling.

Cotopaxi Colorado provides an endless number of fishing opportunities for the experienced and beginning angler. Beautiful rivers and streams, high elevation lakes, reservoirs offer just about every setting one could ask for to relax and fish, or just enjoy the magnificent scenery.

DINING: The choices for dining are Barrys Den @ Texas Creek to Amicas Pizza Microbrew & More in Salida or even 216 Ferraro’s Italian restaurant you will not go hungry.

SHOPPING: Plenty of places for shopping from Town & Country Shopping mall to Walmart and boutiques you will find everything you need

MEDICAL: Pleasant Valley Health Center in Cotopaxi, there is also Heart of the Rockies Regional Medical Center in Salida was named a Top 100 Critical Access Hospital in the U.S. in 2018, according to The National Rural Health Association’s Rural Health Policy Institute, iVantage Health Analytics and The Chartis Center for Rural Health.

AIRPORT: Lowe Airstrip in Cotopaxi along with Tezak airport in Cotopaxi and for your larger airports there is Colorado Springs Airport in Colorado Springs and Denver International in Denver.

Elevation: 7,830

CLIMATE : Average range from winter low’s at 29 degrees and summer highs at 84 degrees characterized as moderately cold winters with medium to heavy snowfall and warm summers with yearly rainfall average of 16.8.

TERMS:

CASH

Down Payment/Secure Property: $499

Secure this property with down payment of $499 by clicking BUY NOW !   First come first serve.  No holds.  Buy Now with your credit card.  Save and Secure.

To proceed with purchase of this property please click on the “Buy Now” button.  You will be prompted for your full name,  address, phone number and email.    Your credit card will be charged the down payment price of property listed.

Next Smart Land Deals will contact you within 24 hours to make arrangements review the documents and confirm your purchase.  Next a notarized deed and simple instructions on how to record the deed with the county will be mailed to you.

 

OWNER FINANCE

Have you found a property that you wish to own but simply can not afford the full cash amount today? No problem, we have some flexibility and will try our best to work with your unique financial situation. 

  • Seller Finance Price: $21,970
  • Total Down Payment:  $6,990 ($6,591 down plus $399 processing fee)
  • Interest Rate: 8%
  • Months: 48
  • Total Payment: $335.15

(Buyer responsible for Property taxes and Monthly $10 Processing Fees )

*Please note that when buying with owner financing the total price will ultimately increase from that of the cash sales amount.

 

TO SECURE THIS PROPERTY SIMPLY MAKE A DEPOSIT TODAY!  Smart Land Deals will contact you within 24 hours to make final payment arrangements.  There are several options to choose which include cashier’s check, wire payment, or if you are paying full cash price escrow can be opened however all escrow costs will be paid by buyer.

 

 

APN:  77017690

Address: 841 Canyon Rd

City: Cotopaxi

Zip: 81223

County Name: Fremont County

Subdivision: GLEN-VISTA F7

Legal: SUBD: GLEN-VISTA F7 LOT 85 GLEN VISTA FIL #7

Lot Acreage: 5.56

GPS Coordinates: 38.375194, -105.507639

County GIS Website: Click Here

Are there any Back Taxes?: None

Amount of Back Taxes: None

Are there any Tax Liens?: None

Property Zoning: Residential Vacant Land

Shape of Property: Rectangle

Elevation: 7,830

Improvements: None

Access: Yes

Road Type/Surface: Dirt Road

Terrain Type: Rolling Flat

Is Camping Allowed on the Property: Yes 60 days a year

Power:  At street

Phone: At street

Water:  Would need to add well or cistern

Sewer or Septic: Septic required

CC&Rs: 

Time Limit To Build:  None

Annual Taxes: $159.80

About the Region:

The township was named after Cotopaxi Volcano, one of the highest active volcanoes in the world, located in Ecuador. Henry Thomas was the man responsible for naming Cotopaxi. He was an early prospector to the western territory in the mid-nineteenth century. Cotopaxi is also known for its early failed colony of approximately 63 Russian-Jewish immigrants who first settled there in early 1882. These colonists, most of whom were related, traveled to Colorado in hopes of starting a successful farming community and to reap the benefits of the new Homestead Act, which would grant each head male of a family 160 acres of land. When the colonists arrived in Cotopaxi, they discovered that only half of the houses that were promised to be built upon their arrival had actually been erected; this forced many of the families to live out of small makeshift canvas houses during the first winter. In addition to the housing problems, the colonists faced an extreme shortage of supplies that were needed to support them through the first winter and to plant their crops. Desperate to plant their crops, the colonists soon opened large lines of credit with the local store to buy the seeds and equipment they needed to get their crops planted. The variety of crops that the colonists chose to plant mostly consisted of potatoes and corn. The immigrants soon discovered, however, that the climate in the Colorado mountains was only suitable for growing crops for less than four months out of the year, and the first frost of winter killed most of what was still planted in the fields. This failed season of crops forced the immigrants to look for jobs elsewhere to help pay off their fast-growing debt to the local store. They soon found work with the Denver and Rio Grande Railroad which had decided to lay down more tracks to the west over Marshall Pass. The men of the colony were paid three dollars a day, which helped the struggling settlement get through its first winter. The colonists made it to spring, but the second crop was also a failure, and entire families soon started leaving. Only about six families remained in Cotopaxi to plant a third crop, which was wiped out by a large blizzard, and this officially ended the attempted farming colony in early June 1884.

REAL ESTATE: Fremont County is located in the South Central region of Colorado with affordable land to build your own home or cabin for winter and summer. Undeveloped land is still affordable compared to other resort and ski towns.  It’s not hard to vacant land with  beautiful views in this area and many have nice size parcels over an 5 acres and up.

RECREATION: This is a beautiful area surrounded by the mountains an pine trees and is a lightly populated mountain range in South Central region of Colorado in the western United States. The outdoor activities are long and include hunting, fishing, mountain biking, hiking, there’s also off roading, fishing, rafting, kayaking and in the winter month there’s plenty of  local ski resorts for downhill skiing and snowboarding, cross country skiing, and snowmobiling.

Cotopaxi Colorado provides an endless number of fishing opportunities for the experienced and beginning angler. Beautiful rivers and streams, high elevation lakes, reservoirs offer just about every setting one could ask for to relax and fish, or just enjoy the magnificent scenery.

DINING: The choices for dining are Barrys Den @ Texas Creek to Amicas Pizza Microbrew & More in Salida or even 216 Ferraro’s Italian restaurant you will not go hungry.

SHOPPING: Plenty of places for shopping from Town & Country Shopping mall to Walmart and boutiques you will find everything you need

MEDICAL: Pleasant Valley Health Center in Cotopaxi, there is also Heart of the Rockies Regional Medical Center in Salida was named a Top 100 Critical Access Hospital in the U.S. in 2018, according to The National Rural Health Association’s Rural Health Policy Institute, iVantage Health Analytics and The Chartis Center for Rural Health.

AIRPORT: Lowe Airstrip in Cotopaxi along with Tezak airport in Cotopaxi and for your larger airports there is Colorado Springs Airport in Colorado Springs and Denver International in Denver.

Elevation: 7,830

CLIMATE : Average range from winter low’s at 29 degrees and summer highs at 84 degrees characterized as moderately cold winters with medium to heavy snowfall and warm summers with yearly rainfall average of 16.8.

CASH

Down Payment/Secure Property: $499

Secure this property with down payment of $499 by clicking BUY NOW !   First come first serve.  No holds.  Buy Now with your credit card.  Save and Secure.

To proceed with purchase of this property please click on the “Buy Now” button.  You will be prompted for your full name,  address, phone number and email.    Your credit card will be charged the down payment price of property listed.

Next Smart Land Deals will contact you within 24 hours to make arrangements review the documents and confirm your purchase.  Next a notarized deed and simple instructions on how to record the deed with the county will be mailed to you.

 

OWNER FINANCE

Have you found a property that you wish to own but simply can not afford the full cash amount today? No problem, we have some flexibility and will try our best to work with your unique financial situation. 

OWNER FINANCE TERMS:

  • Seller Finance Price: $21,970
  • Total Down Payment:  $6,990 ($6,591 down plus $399 processing fee)
  • Interest Rate: 8%
  • Months: 48
  • Total Payment: $335.15

(Buyer responsible for Property taxes and Monthly $10 Processing Fees )

*Please note that when buying with owner financing the total price will ultimately increase from that of the cash sales amount.

 

TO SECURE THIS PROPERTY SIMPLY MAKE A DEPOSIT TODAY!  Smart Land Deals will contact you within 24 hours to make final payment arrangements.  There are several options to choose which include cashier’s check, wire payment, or if you are paying full cash price escrow can be opened however all escrow costs will be paid by buyer.

Description

This is what dreams are made of 5.56 acres in Cotopaxi, Colorado with electrical and phone line at the street. If fishing gets you going then enjoy the Texas Creek along with the Arkansas River less than a half hour away, don’t leave out hunting with Duck, Deer & Elk locally. This 5.56 acres offers year-round access and still close enough to the big city with Colorado Springs 1 hour and 32 minutes away and the town of Florence 53 minutes away. This property offers stunning views with pine trees and mountain views galore.  Build your dream house or cabin and relax away. There are local restaurants and shopping with events year-round. Don’t just take my word for it check out this property it could be just what you’re looking for.

Cotopaxi, Colorado is located in Fremont County a outdoors enthusiast dream.  So much to offer from fishing, hunting, hiking, mountain bike riding and is also well known for river rafting.  This area has complete access year round with beautiful mountain views and wildlife galore so if your thing is fishing they have local guides for both experienced and beginning anglers to pursue species like Rainbow trout and the tough fighting Brown trout. The same goes for hunting with Deer in lower elevation and Elk in Higher elevation.  Small game like snowshoe hare and dusky grouse with waterfowl along streams and rivers.

One would think this area is miles away from civilization however just the opposite, with the local Cotopaxi general store to handle all your small shopping needs and treats with it’s local desserts. For larger shopping needs there is a Walmart 1 hour away in the town of Salida and if you need more Canon City is 41 minutes away along with the town of Florence 53 minutes for the balance of all your shopping and eating needs. If that is still not enough and you find yourself missing the city life Colorado Springs is only 90 minutes away.

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