2.53 Acres of land on Wild Horse Mesa – San Luis, Colorado

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Come home to Wild Horse Mesa, where wild mustangs roam. Imagine waking up on your 2.53 acre parcel of land surrounded by sagebrush and pinon pine in the beautiful, sunny, and fertile alpine San Luis Valley.

Enjoy unparalleled privacy, yet with the conveniences of civilization just a stone’s throw away. Located just 14 miles from San Luis, Colorado, oldest continuously inhabited town in Colorado, and the county seat of Costilla County, this residential parcel includes 10 acres of beautiful raw land, complete with access via a well-maintained dirt road, Brown Trail. This parcel offers excellent access yet complete solitude.

Located in Southern Colorado, Costilla County is 34 miles southwest of the town of Fort Garland. Fort Garland is approximately 200 miles south of Denver and approximately 200 miles north of Albuquerque. Just 10 miles east is the town of San Luis, the oldest town in Colorado, founded in 1851.

If you are looking for a beautifully scenic Colorado property with road frontage, great wildlife, and million dollar views, this is the property for you.

The diverse geologic and geographic features of Costilla County offer beautiful landscapes, rugged mountains, majestic forest and endless blue sky. It is home to many wildlife such as deer, elk, antelope, coyotes, and bears. It is also known as an excellent place for fishing and boating. It has three reservoirs: Eastdale Reservoir, Sanchez Reservoir, and Smith Reservoir; and a Mount Home Lake, where you may catch walleye, pike, and several species of trout, bass, and other types of fish. Costilla County is located only an hour away from many famous natural wonders of Colorado: Great Sand Dunes National Park – the highest inland dunes in North America, Zapata Falls that offers panoramic views along the trails.

Parcel ID: 712-05-780
Size: 2.53 Acres

County: Costilla
State: Colorado

Cash Price: $4,000
Terms: $0 down, $125/month, 36 months
Doc fee: $250

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