Imagine sitting on your back porch with the beverage of your choice and watching the clouds meander over the Sangre de Cristo Mountains and down across the Sanchez Reservoir. You'll see pelicans lingering in the water and wild mustangs coming in to get their fill of the water and the surrounding grasses. Black bear have also been seen in the area. Although nocturnal and rarely seen, there is evidence of porcupine, bobcat and even cougar on the Wild Horse Mesa. This exceptional parcel has a gentle slope down towards the reservoir. The water is low in the pictures as the state has been experiencing a drought. There are no build-time requirements on this gorgeous piece of Colorado land. There is power and water to the lot line. If the buyer chooses to build, they will need to install a septic system. As the crow flies, this parcel is less than 7 miles from the New Mexico border, making dropping down into NM for breakfast, skiing or shopping, an easily achieved way to enjoy your day. There are a lot of destinations to mark off your bucket list when you use this land as your base camp. But if you don't want to go anywhere and just spend a peaceful day relaxing, this is the perfect place for that as well.