Aguilar, Colorado Houses for Sale

Home Prices

324,083 +113%
299,000 +87%

Relative Price (per sqft.)



5 +400%

Market Duration

203 +4,411%

Local Statistics

Population 479 (0.00%)
House Size (sqft.) 1,350 (47.46%)

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Residential / Single Family Residence For Sale

0 Spanish Peaks Dr
Aguilar, CO 81020

2.0 Bedrooms

1.0 Bathrooms

963 sqft

LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION. This is a rare property consisting of 7.45 acres located in the middle of the Spanish Peaks Ranch Association with 360 degree unobstructed views. The main Cabin is 1 Bedroom, 1 Bath with an additional 200 Sq Ft Loft/Bedroom. The Cabin is built with Steel Beams on a Cement Slab and is situated on top of the world. The expansive windows capture the beauty and serenity of this one of a kind site. SPLOA is a hidden gem, offering 3 Stocked Fishing Ponds, ATV Trails leading to the San Isabel National Forest all behind a locked gate. This site has a Community Water Tap, Water Well, Septic, Electric & Cistern. There is a second Building site on the North Side of the property with Community Water. Buy AS IS or Owner will Build to Suit if Desired. Final Price for "Build to Suit" will depend on the finishes selected.



Residential / Single Family Residence For Sale

Days on Market: 345

Aguilar, CO 81020

0.0 Bedrooms

0.0 Bathrooms

0 sqft

Dickson's Rugby Ranch is a wonderful 173 +/- tract of undeveloped land nestled in the foothills between Walsenburg and Aguilar only minutes from I-25, an area where recreational opportunities abound! The property is accessed by a well maintained road and there is also electrical service near the property. Dickson's Rugby Ranch is the perfect place for any outdoorsman/woman to create their mountain get-a-way! The property includes a 1 room cabin.LandDickson’s Rugby Ranch is 173 +/- acres of beautiful mountainous land covered with native grass, cedar, juniper, pinon pine and gambel oak, providing excellent habitat for the local wildlife. From the property you have terrific views of the Eastern Plains and Rugby Rock as well as Fisher’s Peak to the south near Trinidad and the majestic Spanish Peaks to the west. ImprovementsLocated on the property is a 350 sq ft primitive cabin primarily used as a hunting camp, the structure has been insulated and finished on the inside and includes a wood burning stove and some cabinets. RecreationDickson’s Rugby Ranch offers endless recreational opportunities! The Seller has created several trails throughout the property for ATV travel, hiking, and ease of access during the hunting seasons. This area abounds with wildlife including large mule deer, elk, bear, mountain lion, bobcat, turkey, small game and varmints, in addition there are large numbers of pronghorn roaming the nearby plains. The Seller has also created a 3-D archery range on the property. This truly is a hunters paradise at a very reasonable price! Region & ClimateThe Aguilar area averages 19 inches of rain and 78 inches of snow per year. Temperatures range from the July high of around 85 degrees to the January low of 18. The area normally sees 260 of sunshine. HistoryThis area is rich in history, first inhabited by native Indians. Tales of gold brought prospectors to the area in the early 1800’s but most of the first settlers around 1860 were of Spanish descent and came from northern New Mexico. By the year 1868 there was a large number of settlers on ranches and farms scattered up & down the creeks & rivers of the area. The nearby town of Aguilar was first called San Antonio Plaza. It consisted of a handful of adobe dwellings surrounding a small trading post. In 1879, Jose Ramon Aguilar moved to the town that would later bear his name. In his lifetime, he was a member of the State Legislature, county commissioner and Mayor of Aguilar. Beginning in 1888, the opening of the Peerless Coal Mine and several other large mines nearby, (including the Rugby Ranch Mine) was the main reason for the growth of the town. As early as 1876, the Rio Grande Railroad reached Aguilar. In 1892 the Colorado & Southern Railway built a branch line into the Aguilar city limits and the growth of the town took place in the years when “coal was king.” As coal mining declined and ranching was a tough the area became famous for bootlegging during the prohibition years and saw the likes of Al Capone, Joe Bonanno and the Carlino Brothers (Pete and Sam). Today the area is mainly used for farming and cattle ranching.



Residential / Single Family Residence For Sale

Days on Market: 133

29711 E County Line 60 Road
Aguilar, CO 81020

3.0 Bedrooms

2.0 Bathrooms

1,560 sqft

This holding is conveniently located in the small town of Aguilar, CO between the cities of Walsenburg and Trinidad. It sits within a mile of the well-traveled Interstate 25 and is in an ideal location for the commuter or rancher. The land consists of +/- 174.35 fenced and deeded acres with 120 shares of water from the Borrego Ditch that flows from the town of Aguilar. There are currently a few small dry ponds that are holding water. This holding has got a rich history and has been used in the past as a hay farm on good water years and a small livestock operation. Today the land is currently being used for open grazing ground for cattle and horses. Aside from its convenient location, open ground, and wide-open views, the property features a nice 3 bedroom, 2 bath manufactured home that sits on a permanent foundation. The house would be ideal for folks wanting to live on a large tract of land with easy access or can be used as a rental. The home comes with a brand-new gas range/oven (not yet installed), washer and dryer, and wood burning stove to offset heating costs. There is a nice, covered porch for those quiet relaxing times that looks over thousands of acres of open ground to the east. The yard is fenced, and deer frequent it's grassy offering for late night and early morning meals. The water that feeds the house comes from its own domestic well and the home is powered by electric and propane. Regarding the land, if taps can be made available, and with proper approval, this property could potentially be used for future residential development. On high water years the Borrego ditch does flow, and open field irrigation can be achieved.



Residential / Single Family Residence For Sale

23900 Cow Camp Rd
Aguilar, CO 81020

3.0 Bedrooms

2.0 Bathrooms

2,112 sqft

Magnificent New Construction Home with Million Dollar Views in the Apishapa River Ranch Sub Division. Prepare to be awed when you enter the Massive Great room offering an open concept floor plan centered around the view of the Spanish Peaks and Sangre De Cristo Mountains. The 15'8'' Vaulted Ceilings and Floor to Ceiling Stone Fireplace makes the Great Room a perfect gathering space. The Chef's Kitchen has high end Stainless Steel Appliances, Granite Counter Tops, Walk in Pantry and Custom Alder Cabinetry. There primary suite is spacious and the spa like bathroom is tremendous. There are 2 additional King Size Bedrooms each with spacious walk in closest and a shared bath on the opposite wing. Custom Barn Doors have been installed to allow for this wing to be closed off, if desired. A covered patio off the Dining Room is the perfect compliment to the Indoor/Outdoor lifestyle enjoyed here in the Apishpa Valley. The Home has custom wood work, 8' doors and 10' ceilings in the the outer rooms, custom window, blinds and trim throughout. 2 Central A/C Units, one for each wing as well as in floor radiant heat, fans in each room, security system with triple locking doors and other various Smart Home Features. There is also a Generac Backup Generator for the Home. Lot 8 is Fully Fenced and Gated. The Oversized shop contains a fully finished modern 720 Sq Ft. Apt. Please see full listing on the Spanish Peaks MLS # 22-330 with multiple documents and disclosures.

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