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9 Properties:

$5,600,000
122 126 County Road 15d Walden CO 80480  |  Jackson County
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Brian Bray , Bray Real Estate-Commercial
Wyatt Redi-Mix Co. has operated in Jackson County, Colorado since 1977. The company prepares, hauls and pours ready mix concrete as well as other activities. Throughout the years the company has built...
$160,000
TBD JCR 26B Walden CO 80480  |  Jackson County
80 acres
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CATHERINE LYKKEN , Coldwell Banker Distinctive Properties
Beautiful panoramic mountain views in all directions. BLM land on the southern border of property. Seller willing to divide and sell 40 acre parcels, each with its own easement, at $88,000 each. Buy ...
$160,000
TBD JCR 26B Walden CO 80480  |  Jackson County
80 acres
Residential/Acreage - Walden, COMore Detail +
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CATHERINE LYKKEN , Coldwell Banker Distinctive Properties
Beautiful panoramic mountain views in all directions. BLM land on the southern border of property. Seller willing to divide and sell 40 acre parcels, each with its own easement, at $88,000 each. Buy ...
$19,500
TBD Highway 125 Walden CO 80480  |  Jackson County
0.51 acres
Vacant Land/Acreage - Walden, COMore Detail +
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Carrie S George , Omni Real Estate
7 lots for sale in Walden. Great location on Hwy 125 with views in every direction.
$1,700,000
11679 CR 27 Roads Walden CO 80480  |  Jackson County
280 acres
Detached Single Family, 2 Story - Walden, COMore Detail +
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THOMAS E .T. COOLIDGE , UNITED COUNTRY ADVENTURE REAL ESTATE
Hunting lodge/home with 3500 SF on 280 irrigated acres with 5 CUBIC FEET PER SECOND of WATER in Northpark near Walden CO. 7000 acre hunting lease, 4 seasons, 15 guns available across the street. 5 se...

Walden, 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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