Eagles Landing is a gated mountain community. It is located just five minutes from Stonewall and features well-maintained roads with easy access. There is lots of room to roam, abundant deer and elk, and breathtaking views, including views of the famous "Stone Wall". Elevation is 7800-8900 feet.
Most of the mountain properties within this ranch are fairly steep and the first mile of road into the ranch may be difficult for large vehicles. Due to the varied mountain terrain and steepness, many of the properties have building sites close to the road, Most (but not all) properties have electrical service. Eagles Landing is forested with ponderosa pine and douglas fir. There is also lots of oak brush, some meadows, some rock outcroppings, and abundant wildlife.
Location: About 27 miles from Trinidad, Colorado and 2.8 miles east of Stonewall off Highway 12.
Number of properties: 52
Average property size: 35 arces
Typical taxes: $15.00-40.00 per year.
School District: Primero
Property Owner's Association: Yes (Dues: $400.00 per year (including the special assessment))
Protective Covenants: Yes
No lot may be subdivided less than 35 acres. There are Protective Covenants, but they are not overly restrictive.
Home styles: No mobile homes or double-wide mobile homes shall be allowed to be placed on the property. This restriction shall not preclude the construction of quality component or modular housing, on a permanent, concrete foundation.
Home sizes: Must be within applicable rules and regulations of public agencies having jurisdiction.
Number Of Dwellings: No more than one residence and accompanying outbuildings may be permitted per lot. Each residence may also have a guest house.
Set Back Requirements: No building may be built within 30 feet of any Lot boundary.
Home-Based Offices: No lot shall be used for commercial purposes.
Animals: Any animals kept by a Lot owner must be contained by an adequate fence, within the boundaries of the Lot. No Lot Owner will be permitted to operate a hog farm or feedlot on any Lot.
Roads: All common easements shall be maintained by the Landowner's association.
Camping: A pick-up camper, camp trailer, motor home, or tent may occupy a parcel for recreational purposes only and shall not become a permanent dwelling.