An opportunity for a cash buyer to gain some sweat equity and land a 35-acre parcel with spectacular views for a great price! According to the seller, hemp was cultivated on this lot until 2019, and evidence of the grow operation remains on the property: sheets of black plastic, tubing, fencing, signs, etc. The parcel is priced accordingly; note that the fencing alone may afford some value to a buyer. This lot is zoned residential, and the listing broker and seller are not aware of water resources available to enable legal hemp cultivation on this parcel. When cleanup is complete, the new owners can enjoy the secluded, phenomenal location with seemlingly endless views and no neighbors. ABOUT AREA SERVICES: Household water is usually from a cistern; water is available locally for purchase from the Little Norway Water Company. Domestic use well permit is also available by application to the Colorado Division of Water Resources. Cell phone service varies by location; satellite internet is available. Property access may be year-round with road maintenance by the county; please confirm details with the county. Buyers who wish to build on their land should contact the Costilla County Planning and Zoning Department to learn more. ABOUT THE AREA: Costilla County offers amazing value to the Colorado land buyer looking for wild scenic vistas, solitude, hiking, and incredible stargazing. Wild horses and elk run free on Wild Horse Mesa, and you may also see mule deer, pronghorn antelope, coyotes, eagles, black bears, mountain lions, and bighorn sheep. The Wild Horse Mesa-Melby Ranch community lies at 8,000-plus feet elevation, spanning about 20 square miles. Sanchez Reservoir State Wildlife Area protects this wild serenity on the east side. Remote Southern Colorado offers privacy and an escape from the hectic urban lifestyle! The historic town of San Luis is about 30 minutes away. Taos is about 1 hour away and offers shopping, dining, and events.