New Cimarron Ranch
This beautiful mountain ranch is about 45-55 minutes from Trinidad, Colorado in a remote, high demand area close to the Spanish Peaks State Wildlife Area and San Isabel National Forest at an altitude of 8,000 feet plus. Most of the mountain ranch land has excellent "in-your-face views" of the Spanish Peaks and Sangre de Cristo Mountains. On these mountain parcels you'll find large ponderosas, douglas firs, aspens, and a variety of spruce trees. About half of the ranch parcels are rugged mountain terrain with the other half gentle, open meadows. This land was once a meeting area for ancient Indian Tribal Councils and is considered by many to be Sacred Land.
Location: Approximately 20 miles West of Trinidad to Weston, then 16 miles North of Weston on CR 31.9.
Number of Parcels & Approximate Acreage: Approx. 58 - 35 Acre Mountain Ranchettes
Schools: You have a choice of Primero or Aguilar
Property Tax Range for Raw Land: $12.00-$25.00 per year per 35 acre
Special Assessments: ____Yes __x_None Known
Property Owner's Association (POA): __x__Yes ____No
POA Dues: $100.00 per year
Covenants: __x_Yes ____No
Highlights of Covenants: No lots may be subdivided less than 35 acres.
Home styles: Double-wide pre-fabricated, or "modular" pre-fabricated dwellings permanently affixed to a foundation and with a peaked roof are acceptable. Construction of any building on a Lot must be completed within 12 months from the date of construction.
Home sizes: Must be at least 600 square feet of enclosed living space.
Number Of Dwellings: No more than one residence and accompanying outbuildings allowed per Lot. (This is not being enforced by the POA at this time.)
Set Back Requirements: No buildings may be built within 30 feet of any Lot boundary.
Home-Based Offices: No commercial or business enterprises shall be permitted upon any Lot, except that the occupant of any residence constructed on the premises may use a part thereof as an office in connection with the practice of a profession licensed by the State of Colorado.
Animals: Each Lot Owner who maintains animals or livestock is responsible for maintaining fence lines so that livestock is restricted to the boundaries of the Lot. No Lot Owner will be permitted to keep hogs, pigs, or maintain a feed lot on any Lot.
Roads: All access roads and other common areas, if any, shall be maintained by the Landowner's Association.
Camping: Camping trailers or other recreational or temporary living quarters may be used as temporary residences for recreational purposes or while a permanent residence is being constructed, provided they do not remain on any Lot for a period exceeding 180 days per calendar year, and provided they have fully self-contained sanitary facilities or sanitary facilities connected to a Board of Health approved septic system during this time.