Santa Fe Trail Ranch has approximately 16,800 acres in size. It includes a Greenbelt Conservatory Belt along Gallinas Canyon. It is just a few miles from the city of Trinidad and provides mountain living combined with city amenities. All parcels have power, phone, and CITY WATER. They have their own fire protection too!!
Homes start at 250k up to one million plus.
Homes like the one in the pic with a beautiful and peaceful setting on 35 acres.
Location: 6-8 miles South of Trinidad, Colorado, just West of Interstate 25 at Exit 6.
Number of properties: 450
Average property size: 35 acres
Typical taxes: $15.00-40.00 per year for 35 acre tracts.
School District: Trinidad
Property Owner's Association: Yes (Dues: $524 for unimproved lots and 472 for improved lots)
Protective Covenants: Yes
No lot may be subdivided less than 35 acres. We have detailed Land Use and Property Disclosure Use information on file in our office. Here are a very few of the highlights.
Home Styles: Not specifically stated. Must be in accordance with all applicable county codes. Temporary residences are permissible only with special one-year permit from the POA.
Home Sizes: Not specifically stated. Must meet minimum county requirements. Manufactured housing is acceptable and must be permanently attached to an engineered foundation.
Number of Dwellings: Not specifically stated. Must abide by county regulations. (No more than 2 dwelling units per 35 acre tract).
Set-Back Requirements: Fifteen feet back from the perimeter of the lot boundary and thirty feet from roadway right of way.
Home-Based Offices: All individual units shall be used for residential purposes only and shall not be used for any business, manufacturing, or commercial purpose whatsoever; provided, however, if the appropriate zoning so allows, an owner may use a specifically designated portion of such owner's individual lot as a home business office.
Animals: Santa Fe Trail Ranch is a working ranch and the POA has a perpetual use and right to lease the grazing. Lot owners have the right to fence out livestock with approved four-wire fence.
Roads: Common areas will be maintained by the POA.
Camping: Travel trailers, RVs, Motor Homes, tents, and campers are allowed for renewable uninterrupted periods not to exceed six months. Following this period a permit must be obtained from the Board, or unit must be removed. The above shall not be visible from access roads, and must have self-contained, or approved, sewage service.