the grant by a landowner of the right to use his or her land for scenic enhancement.
A right to the use of land which is given for the purpose of ensuring that the land is never developed and the natural beauty of the area is, as a result, preserved.
A legal agreement that prohibits construction or development that would detract from a property's scenic quality as described in the easement document. In Massachusetts a scenic easement is simply a specially tailored conservation restriction and must satisfy the same procedures and legal requirements as other similar restrictions.
An easement created for the purpose of preserving a certain view or to prevent any construction on a particular site so as to preserve the land in its natural state.
Easement with the objective retaining property in its natural setting and forbidding construction of something that would block the beauty or view.