Egnar CO Real Estate & Homes for Sale
The median home value in Egnar, CO is $120,000.
the county median home value of $614,200.
The national median home value is $185,800.
The average price of homes sold in Egnar, CO is $120,000.
Approximately 46.53% of Egnar homes are owned,
compared to 13.19% rented, while
40.28% are vacant.
Egnar real estate listings include condos, townhomes, and single family homes for sale.
Commercial properties are also available.
If you see a property you’re interested in, contact a Egnar real estate agent to arrange a tour today!
No covenants and excellent year round access are what you'll find on this 14 acre parcel. Paved road frontage on the east and gravel road frontage on the north. Located at 7320' elevation. 1997 manufactured home is not on a permanent foundation but stick built addition on the south side is on a permanent foundation. Outbuildings consist of a 2 car garage, shop, and loafing shed. Central water through Montezuma Rural Water. Mountain views to both the north and west. This would make an excellent year round residence or a fabulous base camp for a hunting/recreational property.
Summit Mesa 160 (McClellan) Summit Mesa 160 listed at $845/acre With the San Juan County/Utah State Line your west boundary, Summit Mesa 160 is one of the best values for a smaller acreage hunting properties in Colorado! This 160-acre parcel provides for a Colorado Landowner Mule Deer Tag application and over-the-counter Elk Tags for 30 days of archery or one of two rifle seasons. Utah monster bulls and Southwest Colorado monster mule deer - all for an incomparable value of $845 per acre. Hunting rights available for 2018! Summit Mesa is located approximately 10 miles from Highway 491 in San Miguel County, BGU 70, about 25 minutes from Dove Creek Colorado. Summit Mesa 160 has excellent year-round access and is mixed natural grass meadows, sage, Pinion/Juniper, and holds an excellent resident mule deer and elk population. The Landowner keeps water on the property year round. This 160 acres (quarter section) is the amount of acreage that Colorado Parks and Wildlife deem necessary for a Colorado Landowner Preference Mule Deer Buck Tag application each year. It borders the Utah State Line and is in the same neighborhood to thousands of acres of BLM. Your trail cams are the only improvements, with dirt tanks and placed water tanks holding the game year-round. Excellent meadows for food plot enhancements exist throughout the parcel. With Utah requiring up to +/- 20 years worth of preference points for a quality buck or bull tag, how about hunting your own ranch and playing in thousands of acres of surrounding BLM range and canyons? Youâll have as much fun managing the property, checking your trail cams and animals tracks with kids or grandkids, planting the excellent food plot locations, setting your stands and riding your ATV throughout as you do hunting. Camp, RV or pick a cabin site, the options are endless. Itâs hard to compare taking a trophy class bull elk or mule deer on your own land! Whether a legacy property for your family or a starter ranch to enjoy for investment and eventually trade up, $845 per acre will be hard to duplicate bordering the Utah State Line. Call or email Greg Liddle today more information or a qualified showing. Summit Mesa 160 is impossible to duplicate at this price. Co brokers welcome.
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