HALF MOON OVERLOOK COMMUNITY RESOURCES
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.
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