The Half Moon Overlook is a 35.1-acre property situated in the northeast corner of the 13,222-acre Galisteo Basin Preserve. The property's 1-acre home site and 1-acre equestrian envelope offer 360-degree views to the surrounding Sangre de Cristo, Jemez, and Ortiz mountains. Its gently sloping topography frames a dramatic canyon view through the Lamy escarpment south to the Galisteo Basin. The ecology of the Half Moon Overlook is distinguished by its open meadows and mixed stands of juniper-pinon. 

To minimize the impact of new development on the surrounding open spaces, wildlife corridors and cultural resources of the Galisteo Basin, the Half Moon Overlook has been overlaid with a set of restrictive covenants.  The property's development guidelines exemplify best practices of environmentally responsible "green" building design and construction.

Interactive Map

View an interactive map of the Half Moon Overlook property through Google Earth.
Click here to download the KMZ* file.

*KMZ is a file extension for a placemark file used by Google Earth. KMZ stands for Keyhole Markup language Zipped. KMZ contain KML files; and can contain placemarks featuring a custom name; the latitudinal and longitudinal coordinates for the location, and 3D model data. KMZ files can be opened by Google Earth.