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Vail Valley water rights can bolster property value
A new listing offers a spectacular ranch - with water rights - only five minutes from Eagle.

Vail Valley water rights can bolster property value

New listing offers beautiful parcel with water rights
By Sondra Slappey

June 1, 2009 —  "Water, Colorado's 21st Century Gold" ... that was the name of a class I took last year which clearly spelled out why 21 different states are fighting over water which originates in Colorado, a head water state.

All of the water that will ever be found on our planet Earth is already here, it just changes shape and location, which is why I feel compelled to share with you the incredible opportunity that awaits in the following listing … and it carries water rights appropriated in 1918,1884 and 1903 and adjudicated in 1936, 1901 and 1919.

If you want 35 acres suitable for horses, cattle or organic farming, this is your chance. The owner has also agreed to finance up to 100 percent of the purchase price for qualified buyers.

Here are the details:
Thirty-five acres in the exclusive, gated community of Sorrell Hills just 5 minutes from Eagle, Colorado. Flat parcel with spectacular views to the New York Mountains and plenty of water. Ninety-eight percent fenced, and a well in place in addition to electrical, phone and cable services.

Please visit or call me at 970-376-8000 to learn more about this property.



Comment on article  1 Comment on "Vail Valley water rights can bolster property value"


rvmont — June 2, 2009

I clicked on this article expecting to find a real story. Water is such a very hot topic. Headline writer gets cudos, unfortunately the article was more of an advertisement instead of what it could have been.



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