Magnificent views of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains and the Sanchez Reservoir! Power and water to the lot line! See wild mustangs everyday from this heavenly little piece of Colorado and learn how the Wild Horse Mesa got its name. Horses, elk, geese, ducks and pelicans frequent the reservoir. Black bear, coyote and bobcats are also sometimes seen in the area. From here, you can see Mt Culebra, the only Colorado Rockies privately owned 14,000 ft mountain peak! Look south and you'll see State Line Peak in New Mexico. Not too far from the NM border, dropping down into Taos for a day is a regular event for the neighbors here. Head north into San Luis, the oldest town in Colorado, or drive just a bit farther to Fort Garland or the Great Sand Dunes National Park. North for 3 hours will get you to Colorado Springs and another hour on up into Denver. Come visit this property and witness the grandeur of the view for yourself, smell the fresh mountain air and the mountain sage and you're just sure to fall in love with it.