Acreage For Sale with Irrigation near Palisade, Colorado

3415 F 3/4 , Clifton, CO 81520


7 acres planted in Alfalfa/grass hay for sale near Palisade, Co. Great irrigation rights with gated pipe. Included is quonset hut style home with attached shop.  710 sq ft 1 bedroom, 1 bath with loft residence and 21X32 attached shop. An additional storage shed and equipment shed are included as well. This would make a gorgeous building spot for your dream home with unbelievable views of Mount Garfield, mountains, and valley. Terrific location for all the recreation Colorado has to offer. Just minutes away from fishing, hunting, hiking, four-wheeling, skiing, biking, and more. This is a very unique acreage and the possibilities for the property are unlimited. Call today for more information and a private showing.
Palisade CO Area Information: 
The Colorado Mountain Winefest may have introduced a lot of folks to the town of Palisade, Colorado, tucked in between Grand Junction and the Grand Mesa National Forest.  But there are plenty of reasons to visit this quaint Western Slope community besides the annual festival for oenophiles. 
Visitors may enjoy the local wineries all year round. Most of them — Plum Creek Winery, Garfield Estates and a dozen others — have tasting rooms, and many offer on-site tours. You can do a self-guided wine tasting tour by car, or on a bike. Or, you can opt for a guided tour by limousine or horse-drawn carriage, if you prefer. No matter what form of transportation you choose, a couple bottles of local wine make a delicious souvenir to bring home with you. 
Palisade also is home to some of the best peaches in the world. The local bounty is celebrated during the city’s annual Peach Festival, in mid-August, with more than 100 vendors, a peach-eating competition, an ice cream social and more. 
Some of the area’s earliest settlers were fruit farmers, and that agricultural tradition continues today. The town of Palisade is dotted with roadside farm stands that are filled with fresh, local produce during the summer months. In addition to peaches, you’ll find apples, cherries and more. There’s also a variety of locally made salsas, jams, honey and snacks. To find the Grand Valley’s bounty all in one place, drop by the Palisade farmers’ market, which happens Sundays June through September. Local artists and artisans, crafters, wineries and musicians give shoppers plenty to enjoy. 
Visitors will find festivities throughout the spring and summer and Palisade, including a Bluegrass & Roots festival in mid-June and the Lavender Festival in mid-July. Spring festivals include the Honeybee Festival each April, and a Brews & Cruise Festival in early May. 
The area’s premier event, the annual wine festival, happens the second weekend in September in Riverbend Park, a great place to visit even when there are not booths for sampling Colorado vintages and selling everything from handmade pottery to homemade peanut butter.  The festival draws some 30,000 visitors, so it’s a little quieter when there’s no grape-stomping going on, and that’s the beauty of this idyllic spot on the banks of the Colorado River. 
Whatever brings you to Palisade, be sure to check out the charming little downtown.
For a delicious meal, whether you’re a meat-eater or vegetarian, try the Palisade Café & Grill. If you’re just looking for a pastry — say, a peachy treat — then check out the Slice O Life Bakery next door. Locals also like the Red Rose Café, which serves up a curious-yet-delicious array of Italian, Vietnamese and American food. If you’re in the mood for fresh Mediterranean-inspired cuisine, head to Inari’s, or grab some pizza at DiOrio’s.
Even if you aren't a wine aficionado, you can taste other locally made beverages. Palisade Brewing offers a variety of local beers, including their popular "Dirty Hippie" dark wheat beer. Peach Street Distillers serves up a variety of craft spirits, including gin, bourbon and brandy. For something a little different, try the Meadery of the Rockies, which produces honey-based wines across the spectrum of sweet to dry. 
A couple of great little art galleries offer another reason to linger downtown. Check out the Blue Pig for affordable local art and the Twisted Brick Studios, which has artists working on site. 
Outdoor enthusiasts will find plenty of ways to stay active. Mount Garfield offers several trails where the reward for a steep hike is unparalleled views of the valley below. You might even be able to spot wild horses roaming around. For some fresh air at an easier pace, Palisade intersects with the Colorado Riverfront Trail, which offers easy options for a hike or bike ride. 
No matter why you visit, or what time of year, you’ll find Palisade to be a peach of a town. 

Property Address

Address :3415 F 3/4
Country:United States

Property Details

Property Id : 05071-18042
Property Type : Farms for Sale
Property Size: 7.01
Bedrooms 1
Year Built : 1995
Property Building Size: 710
Bathrooms : 1

Property Features

Acreage for sale in Colorado
3415 F 3/4 Rd Clifton Co
Irrigated acreage for sale
Mount Garfield property views
Hobby farm for sale in Co
Acreage near Palisade Colo
Hay property for sale CO
Julie Piland (970) 985-0913

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