Monte Vista Undeveloped Land for Sale

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4 Properties:

$40,000
TBD 3 E AND 3 S Monte Vista CO 81144  |  Rio Grande County
39 acres
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Peggy Jo Pepper , http://www.Century 21 Valley Realty
Peggy Jo Pepper, Century 21 Valley Realty-MV, C: 719-850-0736, peggyjopepper@gmail.com, http://c21valleyrealty: Nice back 40 acres in great location. Seasonal tailwater. Mountain views!
$35,000
176 Pintada Dr Monte Vista CO 81144  |  Rio Grande County
0.64 acres
Residential - Monte Vista, COMore Detail +
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Peggy Jo Pepper , http://www.Century 21 Valley Realty
Peggy Jo Pepper, Century 21 Valley Realty-MV, C: 719-850-0736, peggyjopepper@gmail.com, http://c21valleyrealty: Wonderful lot in this beautiful neighborhood. Natural gas is available. Perfect to build...
$37,000
TBD Lariat Monte Vista CO 81144  |  Rio Grande County
37 acres
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Katrina Romero-Jones , Performance Group of Colorado LLC
Katrina Romero-Jones, Keller Williams Performance Realty, Cell: 719-588-8801, katrinajones35@gmail.com, http://katrina-and-company.com: Lots of possibilities in this 37 acre vacant land, beautiful vie...
$44,000
TBD Lariat Monte Vista CO 81144  |  Rio Grande County
40 acres
Other - Monte Vista, COMore Detail +
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Katrina Romero-Jones , Performance Group of Colorado LLC
Katrina Romero-Jones, Keller Williams Performance Realty, Cell: 719-588-8801, katrinajones35@gmail.com, http://katrina-and-company.com: Lots of possibilities in this 40 acre vacant land, beautiful vie...

Monte Vista, CO Land Info

Colorado ranks among the country's top ten biggest agricultural states. In 2014, the agricultural sector contributed $2.84 billion to the Colorado economy, or one percent of overall state GDP (placing it 28th among all U.S. states for income generated through farming and agricultural activities). Approximately 69 percent of Colorado's annual agricultural production is from livestock products (including poultry, beef and dairy cattle, sheep or hogs and pigs). The other 31 percent comes from crops. Along with cattle, Colorado's chief crops are corn, wheat and hay. According to official Census Bureau stats, there were 36,180 farms recorded in the state, covering a total of 31.9 million acres (or the equivalent of 48 percent of the total state land area).

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