This sweet parcel not only has power and water to the lot line, it is only 1/2 mile from the Sanchez Reservoir - as the crow flies that is. The amazing mountain range, just across the valley floor, are known as the Sangre de Cristos. They are a subrange of the Rockies. In addition to gorgeous sunrises rising up over the top of these giants, these mountains have the unique ability to turn pink in many of the sunsets. Sangre de Cristo means, Blood of Christ owing their name to the phenomenon of the pinkness. The property is rather heavily treed but there is a nice size clearing towards the road side. If the buyer choses to build, it is possible to construct a home without taking down any trees; however, a home tucked in and behind trees is easily doable here as well! A septic tank would need to be permitted and dug here before the home building can begin. This Wild Horse Mesa property is situated between the larger towns of Alamosa, CO and Taos, New Mexico. The closest small town is San Luis, the oldest town in Colorado!