This 196-acre parcel in south-central Colorado is in a conservation easement at about 8500 ft above sea level, and features breathtaking views of Crestone Needle and the rest of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains. The rolling hills on the parcel are home to aspen trees. Deer, turkey and antelope are prevalent and the land provides access to U.S. Forest Service and Bureau of Land Management lands, protected by the federal government. There are two 5-acre building envelopes, and the next owner may choose one of them on which to build a home. Both building sites feature views of the nearby mountains and valleys. The land is about 8 miles from the airstrip that serves Westcliffe, Colorado.