Six miles south of La Veta, off of County Rd. 361, lies 117± acres of prime property. The hillsides are covered with scrub oak and yellow pine. Wildlife is abundant. The large, towering yellow pine trees and the area views of Raspberry Mountain and Mt. Mestaes are breath taking. The large dike wall to the SW of the area is truly something to behold. To the North is the panoramic view of La Veta and surrounding area. La Veta is a quiet little town with art shops and schools, painting classes, a fantastic library and a school system that everybody seems to brag about. Charlie’s Market is famous for its meat and cheese counter and friendly employees. People sit in front and eat ice cream cones, dipped from the antique soda fountain inside. Natives of the area call the front of Charlie’s the “Salt Lick”. La Veta is 16 miles from Walsenburg, which is the county seat for Huerfano County. This is not an isolated area as there are homes to the North and East of this property. The Hole in The Wall subdivision is to the NE of Kreutzer Development. This acreage is in the Kreutzer Development, divided into three parcels but the seller wants to sell it as one unit. There are no covenants or association fees. The property is fenced on all sides and there is a fairly decent road that runs thru this rectangular parcel, running North and South. It is bordered by private property and a conservation easement. Power is located within a ½ mile of the property. This area is very pristine and this parcel is one of the very few acreages left that is so close to the base of the Spanish Peaks. Ask for Myrna Falk.