This secluded 80-acre off-the-grid property features a multitude of possible building sites, with stunning views to the north of the Jemez Mountains, the Rio Grande Valley, and the Sangre de Cristo Mountains; and of the Ortiz Mountains to the southeast. It offers tranquility, privacy and a variety of terrain -- from undulating grasslands to rugged hills, with a deep arroyo and its tributaries running in between. The views from the property have been featured in several large-scale commissioned artworks by a local artist. Located all the way at the end of Camino Cerro Chato, approximately 4.5 miles from the nearest pavement (NM 14/Turqouise Trail), this property is certainly far away from all the worries of contemporary living. Yet it is only an hour's drive to either cosmopolitan, old-world Santa Fe -- or to bustling Albuquerque, with all its modern resources. Formerly part of the Golden Triangle Ranch, this secluded, off-the-grid neighborhood is peaceful and secure. The property has gated access; the neighbors, with site built homes, have productive wells; and the surrounding hills help soften the wind. If you are looking for privacy, serenity and breathtaking views, this property is for you.