Jaroso CO Real Estate & Homes for Sale
The median home value in Jaroso, CO is $183,300.
the county median home value of $101,200.
The national median home value is $185,800.
The average price of homes sold in Jaroso, CO is $183,300.
Approximately 33.9% of Jaroso homes are owned,
compared to 13.56% rented, while
52.54% are vacant.
Jaroso 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 Jaroso real estate agent to arrange a tour today!
This spacious home features a fenced garden, horse stall, workshop areas, as well as an interior studio with sink station and recently updated living areas - offering many options for creative pursuits, entertaining, outdoor activities and enjoying the relaxed day to day pace of this corner of The Valley. It is situated a half mile from the New Mexico/Colorado border - an hourâs drive to the artist community of Taos, New Mexico â“ and an hour's drive North to Alamosa, Colorado (home of Adamâs State University). This makes it conveniently situated for ventures to either state. It is 3 miles from the Rio Grande Gorge â“ just down State Line Road, and within a 20 â“ 30 minuteâs drive to Wild Rivers, Valle Vidal, Ute Mountain, and Red River (a bit farther afield) Opportunities and an outdoor play ground are waiting. Jaroso, Colorado is a unique mix of generations, farmers and ranchers, outdoor enthusiasts and creative entrepreneurs and artists. Begun in the early 1900âs as part of the Southern Colorado railroad, Jaroso was once a bustling business community. Today, some of itâs original founding families remain â“ raising animals and some of the most nutritious alfalfa, hay, potatoes and other vegetables in the country. For itâs small size, Jaroso boasts a Post Office, Seed Company, a bakery, and a hotel. Each year in the Fall, it is part of the Rio Costillo Studio Tour â“ highlighting the artists and arts of the valley to which it belongs. Ceramics, sculpture, drum and instrument making, jewelry, painting, music all have their representation in and around this small town. There is even a pink adobe church that serves as a concert and recording venue for musicians from around the United States, and as far afield as Africa. The Southern end of the San Luis Valley (the largest Alpine in the United States) boasts never-ending high-desert skies, wildlife, and mountain silhouettes in every direction.
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