Mountain Homes in Southern ColoradoWe list only the finest mountain property available in the southern Colorado area, each with their own geographic features and amenities, and many with breathtaking views of the Sangre de Christo Range and the Spanish Peaks. Our listings include vacant land, ranches, log cabins and homes, and are suitable for just about any use, including vacation and recreation, ranch, farm, retirement, and primary and secondary homes.
Trinidad Land Realty Listings
Listing No. 152
7 Bar 11 Ranch
Subdivision: Long Canyon
The 7 Bar 11 boasts a 3 bed 2 bath custom built SIP panel home, up to R-50 insulative value, with 3 outbuildings, including a horse barn with power, water, 3 stalls, a tack room, and concrete run. The ranch land consists of 36 rolling acres of pasture land dotted with pinions, junipers, arroyos, and two catch ponds. The elevation is perfect for year round living and good gardening, only 15 minutes to Trinidad Colorardo and I-25.
Listing No. 218
Escape From The Cities For You and Your Family
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Escape/Survival Property in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado. 4000 sqft Home, Indoor Greenhouse, Fully furnished, Stocked, and
Equipped, sitting on 35 deeded acres, with small spring and minerals, and an additional 595 leased acres. EXCELLENT ELK AND DEER HUNTING! LAS ANIMAS COUNTY HAS THE
SECOND LARGEST ELK HERD IN THE WORLD!
Greenhouse, Outdoor Greenhouse Available, Horse Trailers, Animals, Round Pen,
Small Animal Sheds, Root Cellar, RVs, Tractor and Attachments, Half Acre Garden with drip system, Solar Well, Solar Hot Water, Pickup, Blazer,
Jeep, 4 Wheeler, Tools, LOTS OF SUPPLIES, Hunting Grazing Land, and much
Listing No. 168
The Shopping Bag, Cabn Rental, & RV Park
Sitting at the base of the Sangre De Cristo mountain range in southern colorado. The commerical property is well situated to provide clean attractive amenties to travelers and year round residents alike. The property is well maintained and in ready to move in and operate condition, with an exstensive regular adveturing clientel base, mostly from Texas, Kansas, and Oklahoma. Locals use and frequent the property as well, taking advantage of the only diner within miles, rubbing elbows with other locals to catch up on things, while stocking up on supplies to hit the lakes. The re-opening of the New Elk Coal Mine has added additional daily traffic and will so for years to come.