This Colorado vacant land parcel is well-suited and ready for development. Tri-County water and San Miguel Power are located near the building site, making construction easy with low costs. Located just south west of the town of Montrose, Colorado, these 41+- acres sit perched atop Horsefly canyon, extending downward and up the other side as well. Designed to feature diverse terrain, it has access to Horsefly creek, and additional acreage on the western side of the canyon. On warm summer nights, the creek can be heard from the building site on the rim of the canyon. The main building site is approximately 3.5 acres, with the remainder of the acreage expanding westerly across the canyon and to the other side. The owners have already cleared an ideal building site, and constructed a rock wall along the canyon rim, using a custom mason in the area to complete the work.
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Having over 40 acres gives this property ample building potential, with covenants in place allowing for the construction of a 1,800+ square foot home, and an additional smaller guest house if wanted. With Tri-County water at the road, this means an additional larger tap can be purchased for a small fee to supplement any additional construction. Looking to have a small horse setup? Or gentleman's ranch? This property has the versatility for your needs.
Enjoy hearing the sound of rushing water during a warm summer evening? The owner of the parcel has built a majestic home next door, and it's easy to hear the rushing water of Horsefly creek during the summer months. Great views of the San Juan Mountains, canyon lands, and the sound of rushing water make this site an ideal Colorado building site for sale. The canyon can be accessed along trails that lead down to the creek.
Worried about access to the Western Acreage? Don't fret. Powerline road easily runs through the acreage in the western portion, giving quick and easy access from a maintained county road and trail.
The owners have constructed a beautiful stone wall along the canyon rim near the building site. Hiring a reputable mason in the area, and using stone found on the property, it's the first steps toward visualizing a custom home overlooking the canyon.