• 35 acre parcel in the U Lazy U Subdivision -  10 miles east of Alamosa
  • 42 acre parcel in Alamosa County at U.S. 160 and Rd. 122

In Colorado, large parcels over 35 acres get special well permits that allow for some irrigation.   Larger parcels allow for real ranch style living. Usually, there are no covenants governing these larger lots, and a more rural lifestyle is possible.  


While you are purchasing land from us, we do not allow building projects, living on the land, or storing of equipment, supplies, or vehicles.  We do allow short-term camping.  All county Rules and Regulations must be followed regarding camping and permitting.  If you get our permission, you can put in a driveway and/or camping pad, with a permit from the county.  There might be a few exceptions, such as keeping a fire-pit on the property which we can allow on an individual basis.  

Typical view north from this area
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42 Acre Parcel with Power
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Survey Plat for 41.63 Acres
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In Alamosa County-near US 160 and Road 122

A 42 Acre Parcel with Power on Property --  

Sale: $17,000 Cash or Fast-Pay - with $8,000 down and 6 quarterly payments of $1,500.  Financed price is $18,900 with $6,900 down and 60 monthly payments of $200.  There is no interest with either option.


Parcel photos - taken November, 2015 by Karen Sattler

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Winter view north west from large parcels

This area is NOT suitable for farming.  You can get a well permit, and dig a well- then  water some trees, plow some dirt and make a garden, you can also have some small livestock inside fences.  You get cool temperatures at this elevation at night so the growing season is short.  You have to live on the property and water trees regularly to get them started.  We've seen antelope, rabbits, small foxes, and other little dessert critters in this area.  The soil is pretty sandy, so you might need to enrich it for your garden.  You can have a mobilehome that is not older than 1976, but check with Alamosa County to start a building project.  They follow standardized rules and regs concerning building permits and improvements.  There is a small college and a regional airport in Alamosa.