This 320 acre piece of Colorado plains land is located in Las Animas County. It’s situated deep into the secluded south eastern part of the state. Though many ranches can be found scattered among the plains that make up the area, many miles of unaltered views abound in a 360 degree line of site. This piece of land is just perfect for the owner who wants to get away, but not too far away, as civilization is just within a half of an hour drive. From the property, you can see the windmills far in the distance that line I25 next to Walsenburg to the west. From the west, you can also see the front range of Rocky Mountains that make Colorado famous. To the north, east, and south, there is nothing but rolling contours of land without a house in site. The land is accessed directly off of CR 94.0. Though it’s location is remote, good cell service can be picked up with a strong connection on the land. Don’t expect electricity or utilities to be near, because they are not. Most ranch homes in this area run off of solar power and wind generation. Traffic is very infrequent and you are more likely to see cattle and wildlife than any of the locals. This area is also located in GMU 134, which has healthy numbers for antelope, deer, and small game. You will see the occasional plains elk meander by and hunt tags for this area over the counter. (Subject to change as the state wildlife authorities govern.) Feel free to drive by and experience the wide open country. Here is your chance to have your own piece of Colorado that you can camp, hunt, lease for ag purposes, or build your home on for a very attractive price.