At the foot of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains sits 437 acres with enough water and electricity to run a large scale farm operation. Experience a western legacy like few can boast on nearly three quarters of a section. Often visited by one of America's living legends, a nearly 400 year old herd of wild horses, directly decended from those of the Spanish Conquestidors who explored this valley, can be seen crossing the land.
Zoned "Vacant", and split into three parcels, opportunity abounds here. From the two Puebloan styled cabins, near the property's highway-side entrance, you are right in between the hub of the Southwesten Art Scene in Taos, New Mexico, and the heart of Colorado's most epic backcountry. From absolutely all the western recreation you could imagine nearby, to rich history and lore, here is your opportunity to be a part of the legacy of Colorado's San Luis Valley.