Sitting high atop the Wild Horse Mesa in Southern Colorado, this 10 year old home has never been lived it! The sellers had a life change and were never able to move in, this means that this home is virtually brand new but it is priced like it is not! Entering through the front door, the view is encompasses the large living room, dining room, oversized kitchen and the bonus room. The bonus room could be closed off to form another bedroom or could be used as an office, library or extra lounge space. The primary bedroom’s ensuite is fairly massive in size with the a door separating the sink / shower / soaker tub area from the powder room. The powder room also has a door through to the utility room/mud room at the back door. The kitchen is not only full of cabinets, along with a 6 door pantry, there is also a walk in pantry next to the built in desk. Each of the 3 bedrooms possess a walk in closet, with the primary bedroom closet also opening into the sink area of the bathroom. This home is sitting on a double lot. The house is on 3.07 acres which adjoins another 2.56 acres to the south. The buyer may want to keep all 5.63 acres or they can sell the 2nd parcel if they choose. This is an off the grid home! The septic and cistern have been installed but have never been used. For water, the homeowner will most likely want to get their water from the Community Center and deposit it into the buried cistern. That may also be hired done. A solar energy system may prove more cost effective than to bring electricity to from the main road and back this far. The Wild Horse Mesa is indeed home to many smaller bands of wild horses. Other large hooved animals include elk and mule deer.