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SOLD-1.54 Acres RV lot, Pagosa Springs, CO, 81147
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This beautiful 1.54 acre treed lot is great for your Summer RV. No HOA. You can camping up to six months each year. (county permits required). It is only 8.6 miles to downtown Pagosa Springs where has the famous hot springs with tons of recreational opportunities.
This pretty piece land has a combination with trees and a nice open meadow. Tremendous views of the East Range! National Forest nearby.
Size: 1.25 Acres
General Location: 8.6 miles south of downtown Pagosa Springs
Best Attribute: Beautiful mountain views with trees for RV parking
Build-able: Not yet. This property is improperly divided so until you fix that you can’t build.
Property Tax: $265
Site Address: TBD CATCHPOLE DR
General Elevation: 7242
Utilities: Buyer to install septic tank and drill a well. Power can be solar or city power.