Water, Ponds and Streams in Colorado

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Real Estate Agents are always getting requests for Colorado Land that has water, ponds and streams. These properties are few and far between in a high and dry state. Most of the time Colorado is in drought, water is scarce. If there is property available with any kind of water, pond or stream on it, it comes at a price and may not include the water rights. Water rights can be sold separately in Colorado.  If you do find land that includes water rights, ponds or streams consult an attorney to make sure you are getting what you expect and paid for.

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You can see this prize winning trophy fish at The Green Parrot on Main Street Florence CO.

Land with water, ponds or streams current as of Feb 7,2011:  Water Listings Feb 2011

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