Historic Silverton Property
This is an unpainted canvas in the heart of the Animas River Valley ready to be developed into a fine estate with horse pastures or farm production of some sort.
The property borders Coon Creek on one side and the East Animas irrigation canal on the other.
It offers 360 degree views of the surrounding cliffs and Mountains of the San Juan National Forest. Substantial irrigation water rights are included which will provide for irrigation and water-scaping around the home.
Easy access to National Forest Trails and Dalton Ranch Golf Club is just a 5 minute drive to the south. Skiing at Purgatory/Durango Mountain Resort is only 20 minutes to the North. It is an easy 15 minute drive to the amenities of downtown Durango.
No Home Owners Association or Covenants. It is very difficult to find vacant land such as this in the Animas Valley north of Durango.
Water rights include:
1. 2.5 CFS, Priority No. 46, Water District No. 30, dating from April 1, 1880 as decreed in case No. 1751, Water Division 7, 1926 Supplemental Decree.
2. That certain contract between Charles Idle and the Animas Valley Ditch and Water Company dated May 12, 1896 and recorded in Book 59 at Page 409, La Plata County records.