Make Wild Horse Mesa Your Home Away From Home! 2.53 Acres in the Colorado Mountains for Only $99 a Month!

Payment Options

Discounted Cash Price

$3,999 $4,999
Minimum of $249 as document/set up fee and $251 of equity for a total of $500 down Reserve Now

Owner Financing Price

$4,999 Plus Interest
Minimum of $249 as document/set up fee and $251 of equity for a total of $500 down and $99/mo Reserve Now

Payment Note(s)

Minimum of $249 as document/set up fee and $251 of equity for a total of $500 down.

Keep in mind these are just the minimum payments. Put down more to save the cost of interest. Make sure to check out this blog post on how we charge interest on our sister company’s website. 
Ready to make this yours? Email Kristy at [email protected] or Call or Text her at 971-248-6715


This is the perfect place to get away from the crazy city whenever you want!  Why not buy your retirement property now and enjoy it on weekends and vacations?  No time limit to build, so you can use it to camp while you visit! Escape the city and enjoy the trees, gorgeous views and wilderness on your new 2.53 acre property. Only minutes to Sanchez Reservoir and Wildlife area!

Get ready to escape the city and spend your free time hiking, fishing, kayaking, climbing and exploring the Colorado wilderness!  Costilla county is the perfect spot to forget about the real world for a little while and spend quality time making memories with family and friends.

Wild Horse Mesa subdivision is located about 12 miles south of San Luis, zip code 81152, in Costilla County, in the San Luis Valley of southern Colorado.  The sunny, fertile, alpine valley is about 150 miles long and 75 miles wide, surrounded by the San Juan, La Garita and Sangre de Cristo mountain ranges.

Check out the pictures and imagine getting to spend your free time here enjoying the great outdoors!
Want to see more pics? Email, call or text me for the full picture file! 971-248-6715, [email protected]

The perfect spot to get away and feel like you are in the middle of nowhere, but Its not too far from town when you need to stock up:

San Luis, CO 8.4 mi 22 min
Albuquerque, NM – 3 h 33 min (191 miles)
Denver, Co 243 mi 3hr 53 min
Colorado Springs 163 mi 2hr 43min

Address: St Vrain Dr, San Luis CO
Google Map Link:
4 Corner GPS Coordinates:
NW: 37.1007, -105.4476 (road)
NE: 37.1003, -105.4470 (road)
SW: 37.0995, -105.4487
SE:  37.0991, – 105.4481 

Zoning: Residential – Minimum 600 square feet, mobile homes allowed. Camping & RV – 14 days out of every 3 months. 

  • PRICING: Discount Cash Price: $3,999.00 plus $249 document fee, or alternatively…Owner Financing Price:  $4,999.00, $249 down for the doc fee (non-refundable) and $251 in equity for a total of $500 down. Monthly payment: $99/mo.  
  • NO prepayment penalties and NO hidden fees! We are flexible and can make this fit any budget if you can meet our minimum downpayment and monthly payment for this property. Eric and I are family men and enjoy making land ownership available to families like ours who want to make memories for years to come. we can owner finance with a land contract. If paying in cash, we can transfer with a warranty deed and guarantee a clean title
  • CONTACT KRISTY TODAY! Tele: (971) 248-6715‬ [email protected]

Property Information

Parcel Size






Nearest Cities

San Luis

Parcel Number



St Vrain Dr

Legal Description

W.H.M. SECTION F BLK 85 LOT 16 (RDOT 252-633) (JWD 257-30) (MTN.TRCT.ACC. 406-867-960)









Dirt Road


Solar or Generator


Wells or Cistern


Oil/ Gas


37.1007, -105.4476



Purchase Information/Fees


Property Taxes

$5/mo pro-rated is included within the monthly payment for owner financed properties


There’s no HOA for this property


Note Servicing Fee

Monthly bookkeeping cost for owner financed properties.

Nearby Attractions/City

Wild Horse Mesa

Sanchez Reservoir is Only Minutes Away!

Wild Horse Mesa (also known as San Pedro Mesa) covers about 75 square miles, a few miles south of San Luis, near New Mexico.  The mesa area is home to about 150 wild horses (mustangs), broken into 9 bands, roaming on private lands.  They are descendants of horses used by Spanish explorers (conquistadors), brought to America in the 1500’s.  Spaniards began bringing horses and cattle to North America starting in 1493, after Columbus landed in 1492.  Spanish explorer Vazquez de Coronado visited this region, crossing northern New Mexico, looking for the Seven Cities of Gold in his expedition of 1540-1542.