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·  August 6th, 2013 10:05 am
·  Bedrooms: 3

An utterly charming log cabin perched on a hillside with a large lounging deck and sweeping forested canyon vistas. Hear the sounds of the Pecos River flowing and access some of the best fishing and hiking New Mexico has to offer. If you are in need of a wild mountain retreat to soothe away your stress and to escape the fast-moving world, look no further! You can't help but become one with the tranquility of this amazing setting. If a place could be medicine for the soul...it's right here!

$200,000  

·  May 10th, 2013 03:02 am
·  10 acres

Toyah Creek rises in northeastern Jeff Davis County three miles west of the Reeves county line (at 3056' N, 10340' W) and runs northeast for fifty miles to its mouth on the Pecos River, in north central Reeves County (at 3125' N, 10320' W). It runs through Toyah Lake, a playa, eight miles west of the Pecos. Sandia Creek joins Toyah 2 miles east of Pecos Valley Southern Railway in north central Reeves County. Barrilla Mountain, a summit in the Barrilla range also known as Flat Top Mountain, is in the southeastern corner of Reeves County (at 3047' N, 10337' W). With an elevation of 4,672 feet above sea level, Barrilla Mountain is the highest peak in Reeves County and rises 555 feet above the adjacent canyon land. The surrounding flat terrain and rugged canyon land of desert mountain volcanic rock is surfaced by wash deposits of sand, gravel, and mud that support live oak, pion, juniper, grasses, maple, ponderosa pine, madrone, and water-tolerant hardwoods and conifers. Toyah Lake, a playa, is on either side of U.S. Highway 285 four miles southeast of Blue Goose Hill in northeastern Reeves County (centered at 3122' N, 10323' W). The lake is surrounded by flat to gently sloping desert terrain of calchefied bedrock, alluvial deposits of sand and gravel, and windblown sand. Reddish-brown to brown sands, clay loams and clays, and rough stony ground support scrub brush and grasses. Toyah Lake, covering an area of 5 miles in length and 2 miles in width, is the largest of many playas in Reeves County. Like other playas, it gives evidence of undeveloped drainage in the area. It is fed by two immature stream beds-Salt Draw from the west and Toyah Creek from the east. Balmorhea State Recreation Area is located at Toyahvale, at the northern entrance to the Davis Mountains on U.S. Highway 290 in southeastern Reeves County. The park, including its large rock-walled swimming pool, was built around San Solomon Springs by the Civilian Conservation Corps in 1933. The springs, which have been called Mescalero and Head Springs at various times, issue from caverns in the bottom of the swimming pool. The pool covers one and three-quarters acres, is thirty feet deep in places, and has aquatic plants and fish living in its 76-degree water. Before 1933, 950 acres for the park was deeded to the state by private owners and by Reeves County Water Improvement District No. 1. In the 1940s the state legally lost all of the land except the present forty-eight acres. The Pecos River, one of the major tributaries of the Rio Grande, rises on the western slope of the Santa Fe mountain range in Mora County, New Mexico (at 3559' N, 10533' W), and runs south through San Miguel, Guadalupe, De Baca, Chaves, and Eddy counties in New Mexico before it enters Texas just east of the 104th meridian. In Texas the river flows southeast, forming the boundary between Loving and Reeves, Reeves and Ward, Ward and Pecos, Pecos and Crane, Pecos and Crockett, and Crockett and Terrell counties. It then enters Val Verde County at its northwestern corner and angles across that county to its mouth (at 2942' N, 10122' W) on the Rio Grande in the Amistad Reservoir, between Comstock and Langtry some thirty-eight miles northwest of Del Rio. Through most of its more than 900-mile-long course, the Pecos River parallels the Rio Grande. The total drainage area of the Pecos in New Mexico and Texas is about 44,000 square miles. The topography of the river valley ranges from mountain pastures in the north, with an elevation of more than 13,000 feet above sea level, to grasslands, semiarid irrigated farmlands, desert with sparse vegetation, and, in the lowermost reaches of the river, deep canyons. SALES PRICE: $20,000 DOWN PAYMENT: $121 MONTHLY PAYMENT: $200 INTEREST: 9% 10% DISCOUNT ON REMAINING BALANCE IF PAID EARLY

$20,000  

·  May 30th, 2013 07:17 am
·  30 acres

Parks and Recreation: Toyah Creek, Barrilla Mountain, Toyah Lake, Balmorhea State Recreation Area, The Pecos River Toyah Creek: Toyah Creek rises in northeastern Jeff Davis County three miles west of the Reeves county line (at 3056' N, 10340' W) and runs northeast for fifty miles to its mouth on the Pecos River, in north central Reeves County (at 3125' N, 10320' W). It runs through Toyah Lake, a playa, eight miles west of the Pecos. Sandia Creek joins Toyah 2 miles east of Pecos Valley Southern Railway in north central Reeves County. Barrilla Mountain: Barrilla Mountain, a summit in the Barrilla range also known as Flat Top Mountain, is in the southeastern corner of Reeves County (at 3047' N, 10337' W). With an elevation of 4,672 feet above sea level, Barrilla Mountain is the highest peak in Reeves County and rises 555 feet above the adjacent canyon land. The surrounding flat terrain and rugged canyon land of desert mountain volcanic rock is surfaced by wash deposits of sand, gravel, and mud that support live oak, pion, juniper, grasses, maple, ponderosa pine, madrone, and water-tolerant hardwoods and conifers. Toyah Lake: Toyah Lake, a playa, is on either side of U.S. Highway 285 four miles southeast of Blue Goose Hill in northeastern Reeves County (centered at 3122' N, 10323' W). The lake is surrounded by flat to gently sloping desert terrain of calchefied bedrock, alluvial deposits of sand and gravel, and windblown sand. Reddish-brown to brown sands, clay loams and clays, and rough stony ground support scrub brush and grasses. Toyah Lake, covering an area of 5 miles in length and 2 miles in width, is the largest of many playas in Reeves County. Like other playas, it gives evidence of undeveloped drainage in the area. It is fed by two immature stream beds-Salt Draw from the west and Toyah Creek from the east. Balmorhea State Recreation Area: Balmorhea State Recreation Area is located at Toyahvale, at the northern entrance to the Davis Mountains on U.S. Highway 290 in southeastern Reeves County. The park, including its large rock-walled swimming pool, was built around San Solomon Springs by the Civilian Conservation Corps in 1933. The springs, which have been called Mescalero and Head Springs at various times, issue from caverns in the bottom of the swimming pool. The pool covers one and three-quarters acres, is thirty feet deep in places, and has aquatic plants and fish living in its 76-degree water. Before 1933, 950 acres for the park was deeded to the state by private owners and by Reeves County Water Improvement District No. 1. In the 1940s the state legally lost all of the land except the present forty-eight acres. The Pecos River: The Pecos River, one of the major tributaries of the Rio Grande, rises on the western slope of the Santa Fe mountain range in Mora County, New Mexico (at 3559' N, 10533' W), and runs south through San Miguel, Guadalupe, De Baca, Chaves, and Eddy counties in New Mexico before it enters Texas just east of the 104th meridian. In Texas the river flows southeast, forming the boundary between Loving and Reeves, Reeves and Ward, Ward and Pecos, Pecos and Crane, Pecos and Crockett, and Crockett and Terrell counties. It then enters Val Verde County at its northwestern corner and angles across that county to its mouth (at 2942' N, 10122' W) on the Rio Grande in the Amistad Reservoir, between Comstock and Langtry some thirty-eight miles northwest of Del Rio. Through most of its more than 900-mile-long course, the Pecos River parallels the Rio Grande. Financing: This lot is being offered for sale with financing. Simply make the small down payment, and the land contracts and coupon books will be emailed and hard copy mailed to you immediately. You can start using or bu

$30,000  

·  March 17th, 2013 05:48 am
·  2 acres

176 feet of Pecos River runs through this very private location. A new 9'X 12' cabin is riverside and ready for weekend retreats or quiet hours tying flies while watching the river. Excellent access with power and phone at the lot line, existing drilled well not in current use. Huge cottonwoods and juniper cover with stands of willow along the rio. 45 easy minutes to Santa Fe.

$149,500  

·  November 17th, 2012 03:31 am
·  10 acres

Rural West Texas Lot. Great value. Close to Sierra Blanca. Hudspeth County, in the Trans-Pecos region of far-western Texas, is bordered by New Mexico to the north, the Mexican state of Chihuahua to the south, El Paso County to the west, and Culberson and Jeff Davis counties to the east. Sierra Blanca, the county seat, is seventy miles southeast of El Paso in south central Hudspeth County. Owner Financing SALES PRICE: $3,000 DOWN PAYMENT: $121 MONTHLY PAYMENT: $50 INTEREST RATE: 9% DISCOUNT: 10% Discount on remaining balance if paid early. You can buy this lot online, instantly. Click "visit website" for details.

·  November 17th, 2012 03:32 am
·  2 acres

DEMING, NEW MEXICO Own your own piece of the American Southwest. Great warm sunny weather year round; winters 60's-70's, low humidity. Taxes are low! Mountain Views galore of the Floridas. No time limit for building. Palomas Mexico about 30 miles South. Las Cruces 50 miles east. El Paso 90 miles east. 4 adjoining lots Size: 2.0+/- acre LOCATION: about miles of Deming New Mexico on Corner of Durango and Pecos Description: Deming Ranchettes Unit - 23 , Block - 12 , Lot - 2, 38, 39, 40 Power: No. nearby Water: must install well if/when you build Septic: must install septic if/when you build Yearly taxes: approx $18 per lot Roads and Access: Dirt roads Terrain Topography: level Vegetation: desert Elevation (approx.): 4320 feet Closing/Doc. Fees: $90 Title Info: Free and clear Terms of sale: In Full or Owner Financing available. Owner financing is available with 10% down . No Qualifying. No Credit Checks.

$10,000  

·  August 25th, 2013 01:00 pm
·  360 acres

AUCTION: SURPRISE VALLEY RANCH At Auction 1:00pm, Thursday, September 19 - 360+/- Acres - Sapello, NM - Lodge & 4 Cabins - Dining Hall - Sapello River with Trout Ponds Once in a lifetime opportunity to purchase the Surprise Valley Ranch in San Miguel County, New Mexico. This ranch features almost 1 1/2 miles of the Sapello River feeding 12 fishing ponds and lakes with native cutthroat and brook trout, as wells as stocked rainbow and brown trout. Other outstanding features of this ranch include 5,000+/- sq. ft. log cabin lodge, manager's house, office, 4 rustic cabins, saloon/dining hall, 4 stall horse barn with tack room, riding arena, and round pen. At an elevation of 8,300 feet, the entire property is surrounded by the Santa Fe National Forest and the Pecos Wilderness, providing hunting opportunities and timber rights. The ranch is located at the end of the road and offers privacy and tranquility. Some of the possible uses for this property could be a private family or corporate retreat, a hunting outfitter's headquarters, a guest ranch,or camp.

·  August 17th, 2013 07:24 pm

20 acres of texas land for sale family emergency must selllegal location section 23 block 2 lot 11 in reeves county texas zip 79772. zoning is farming taxes under 40 per year. surrounded by the anderson cattle ranch, but land is open to cattle. just one lot from highway rt. 285. approx. dimensions are: 741 feet deep 700 to 800 feet from rt. 285, access by dirt road on north side of property. lot 10 is on the south side. on rt. 285 there is a right of way cattle gate. property is shown on surveyors map 2198, reeves county dated 20 jan. 1981 by owner at that time sheldon bud grossbart.it is located approximately 15 miles sw of pecos, tx and 1 lot away from rt. 285 going 17 miles to orla, and just beyond that is carlisbad caverns and the town of carlisbad, and a little further north to roswell, new mexico, ufo capital of the world. located northwest of the property 47 miles is red bluff lake. pecos is the home of the worlds first rodeo and is a friendly town of about 9,000 people with great schools, churches, a hospital, restaurants, motels and even has a walmart, and yes, they still have rodeos.there are no restrictions on this land you can build, camp, hunt, etc. water would be by well or delivery and a septic system could be installed. electricity would be by generator, wind or solar - over 330 days of sunshine a year. i believe there is electricity about 100 yards to rt. 285. cell phones work in this area.there are no back taxes taxes are about 40. per year no liens title is free and clear, no hoa dues and you will receive a warranty deed. the lot is sold as is. no closing costs no credit check, guaranteed financing at 0 interest no prepayment penalty total cost of all 20 acres is on 14,000; and if you wish to make paymants just send 2000 down payment with 80 per month until paid off. i do accept paypal or check by mail. or if you choose, you can pay in full. here is what you would be nearpecos is the official home of the worlds first rodeo and the future home of the texas rodeo hall of fame and is known for the world renowned sweet pecos cantaloupe.local attractions west of the pecos museum maxey park and zoo old depot and caboose judge roy beans jersey lilly saloon replica old 11 saloon clay allison's grave kids city playground golf course and country club novelty and gift shopsarea attractions balmorhea state park with the worlds largest natural swimming pool red bluff lake and reservoir big bend national park carlsbad caverns davis mountain state park historic old fort davis mcdonald observatory chihuahuan desert rattlesnake bomber base famous marfa lights monahans sand hills state parkand not too far off in new mexico is the famous roswell the place that put ufos on the map the first week of july 1947 and every year they have a week long ufo festival with international speakers, stars, parades, many presentations, and the center of it all is at the ufo museum.and just west from there is white sands nm the location of the first atomic bomb test site.i will register the deed from the county at no extra charge after land has been paid off. you can use the land while you are paying for it or pay in full. contact me.

$14,000  

·  April 6th, 2013 06:15 pm
·  80 acres

This 80 acres is great horse property, or a perfect get-away. Approximately 80 miles north of Santa Fe in the northern New Mexico mountains. Build your cabin or bring an RV and enjoy the grat outdoors! Possible owner financing. Additional adjoining acreage available. Call listing Broker. MLS# 201301236

$80,000  

·  December 6th, 2013 08:14 pm

Direct access to Pine Island Sound, Charlotte Harbor and the Gulf of Mexico and ready for the avid boater. The two docks are ready for your boating lifestyle, dock your cabin cruiser on the large waterfront dock and your back bay boat on the side dock. The home site is cleared and ready for your new home.

$150,000  

·  November 17th, 2012 08:33 am
·  Bedrooms: 2

Spectacular sunsets over the Gulf of Mexico are yours from this beautiful villa in the uniquely designed Westwinds building. This 22-story tower is set just steps from the sugar white sand of the Gulf of Mexico. Majestic beachside pool deck with he ated pool, snack bar and sundries store. Quite a place to see! Tile floors in the foyer, kitchen and living area. Beautifully decorated. Newly remodeled kitchen includes granite countertops, stainless steel sink, new knobs and pulls on the cabine ts and drawers and updated faucets. Both bathrooms have new tile flooring and new tile walls in the showers. This condominium is rated ''Premium'' status on the Sandestin Rental program.

$550,000  

·  September 9th, 2013 04:22 pm
·  11 acres

Cabin on 11.24 acres of pristine New Mexico wilderness. Located at 7,300 feet off the Continental Divide and near the town of Datil. Cabin needs to be finished. Salvaged oak floor downstairs and a rough cut latilla ceiling upstairs with pondersoa center post and ridge beam. It is wired. Electricity and phone at road. Community well for part time use. Good water table. There is a start on a bathroom with a Biolet composting toilet. However there is a septic system on the property where my intention was to build another home. Cabin could be moved as it is on sonotubes. It has approx 20x24' foot print with loft upstairs. Ride your horse up the road to Horse Peak Wilderness. Lots of trails and elk.

$46,000  

·  November 17th, 2012 03:30 am
·  2 acres

PRICE REDUCED on this well treed, level residential property in one of the area's most popular subdivisions ... with tall pines, gambrel oaks and juniper! Plenty of wildlife including mule deer and wild turkey. This property would make a great home site for a weekend cabin or the home of your dreams! Power is to the next property. Private access is via a legally recorded easement. Enjoy nature at its best in the cool mountains of northern New Mexico. Two other contiguous lots are also available!

$49,000  

·  November 17th, 2012 03:30 am
·  5 acres

*** Owner Financing for as little down as $299 dollars*** 5 acres in the picturesque San Luis Valley. Skiing, fishing, hunting in your front yard. No restrictions for construction of home or cabin. Camping permitted. Incredible mountain views in all directions. Close to town yet far from the hustle and bustle of city life. Hour south to Taos, New Mexico.

·  April 3rd, 2013 02:15 pm

Mountain setting in the tall pines near the Brazos Cliffs. Perfect home or cabin site with power to the property, circle driveway and level pad in place. Excellent site for RV use a well. Just minutes to the Brazos River for excellent fly fishing, This area of northern New Mexico is an outdoorsman's paradise . Rivers, two large lakes for boating and fishing, winter sports, hunting, to name a few! Owner finance available to qualified buyer with 25% down and terms acceptable to seller. MLS# 201301352

$35,900  

·  March 17th, 2013 05:47 am
·  3 acres

Fisherman's dream...beautiful Willow Creek side setting with access to 16 trout ponds and exclusive Chama River fishing. Electric gated subdivision near the quaint village of Chama and easy year-round access. Utilities on site and ready to build the home or cabin of your dreams. Covenants protect your investment. Road maintained year-round. Don't miss! Owner is New Mexico real estate licensee. Seller will consider owner finance with 20% down with terms acceptable to seller. 3.15 acres, MLS# 905732

$128,000  

·  April 12th, 2013 11:24 pm
·  4 acres

Beautiful building lot for a mountain cabin or home. Power to the property line and level building sites make this lot ideal for construction or an RV pad. Located in the Laguna vista area on the north side of Heron Lake which offers exceptional boating and fishing opportunities. This area of northern New Mexico offers year-round recreational activities from boating and fishing in lakes and streams to snowmobiling and cross-country skiing, to name a few. Owner will consider owner financing with 25% down and terms acceptable to the seller. MLS# 201301625

$44,000  

·  November 17th, 2012 03:31 am
·  Bedrooms: 1

PRICE REDUCED on this property with VIEWS!!! Imagine owning your own lakeview cabin surrounded by majestic scenery including mountains, mesas, the Chama River, & the beautiful azure waters of El Vado Lake, one of the jewels of northern New Mexico! Fishing, boating, & other water sports await you & all of this is just three hours north of Albuquerque. What a great place to get away from it all; to kick back & read a book, or just enjoy the fantastic unobstructed views. Perched on a bluff overlooking El Vado Lake. Cabin even includes the furnishings. It is accessible year round & includes an indoor hot tub, a nifty deck & a great wood stove. This home started its life as a manufactured home many years ago, has been upgraded over the years, & is currently about 80% frame built. The Sellers will consider owner financing through a New Mexico Real Estate Contract. Lakeside properties at our beautiful northern New Mexico lakes, rarely come on the market. This is a real opportunity. This is a real buy!!

$169,900  

·  May 10th, 2013 03:02 am
·  135 acres

Culberson County is located in the Trans-Pecos region of West Texas. It is bordered by New Mexico to the north and by Hudspeth, Reeves, and Jeff Davis counties in Texas. Van Horn, the county seat, is approximately 120 miles east of El Paso in the southwestern part of the county. The county's center lies about thirty-six miles northeast of Van Horn at approximately 3227' north latitude and 10429' west longitude. Interstate Highway 10 and U.S. Highway 80 cross southern Culberson County from east to west; U.S. Highway 90 enters the county from the south and terminates at Van Horn; and U.S. highways 62 and 180 cross the county's northwestern corner. The Missouri Pacific Railroad crosses southern Culberson County, paralleling Interstate 10; the Southern Pacific crosses the county's southwestern corner; and a spur of the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe enters northeastern Culberson County from New Mexico and ends at Rustler Springs. Culberson County comprises 3,815 square miles of terrain that varies from mountainous to nearly level, with elevations ranging from 8,751 feet on Guadalupe Peak, the highest spot in the state, to 3,000 feet. The county is in the Rio Grande basin. Soils in Culberson County are primarily shallow and stony, with some clay and sandy loams and sand. Vegetation consists of scrub brush, grasses, cacti, creosote bush, post oak, chaparral, oak, juniper, mesquite, yucca, and agave, with Douglas fir, aspen, Arizona cypress, maple, and madrone trees in the Guadalupe Mountains. The Guadalupes are also the home of several endangered or locally rare plant species, including bigtooth maple, ponderosa pine, chinquapin oak, Rocky Mountain juniper, Texas madrone, and Mexican buckeye, and of the only elk in Texas. Dolomite, gypsum, limestone, salt, silver, copper, lead, zinc, barite, and molybdenum are among the minerals found in Culberson County. The climate is mild and dry, with an average minimum temperature of 30 F in January and an average maximum of 94 in July. The growing season averages 224 days a year, and the average annual precipitation is ten inches. Less than 1 percent of the land in Culberson County is considered prime farmland. Today Culberson County is best known as the site of Guadalupe Mountains National Park,qv which includes Guadalupe Peak and is a major tourist attraction. The Guadalupes and the county's other mountains, such as the Delaware, Beach, Wylie, Sierra Diablo, Van Horn, Apache, and Baylor ranges, made the area ideal for Indians seeking protection from their enemies and a remote home base from which to launch attacks. The earliest sign of human occupation in the area, found in the Guadalupes, is a 12,000-year-old Folsom point. Later, hunter-gatherers probably inhabited the mountains only during the summer; they also left artifacts, as well as pictographs. The most famous indigenous inhabitants of the mountains, the Apaches, arrived about 600 years ago. They harvested agave, yucca, and sotol when meat was unavailable, and their agave-roasting pits are still visible in the Guadalupes. Financing: This lot is being offered for sale with financing. Simply make the small down payment, and the land contracts and coupon books will be emailed and hard copy mailed to you immediately. You can start using or building your land while you are making payments. Checkout: The checkout above bills the down payment of $121 only. SALES PRICE: $65,000 DOWN PAYMENT: $121 MONTHLY PAYMENT: $650 INTEREST: 9% 10% DISCOUNT ON REMAINING BALANCE IF PAID EARLY

$65,000  

·  March 23rd 12:02 am

I am selling a great 1/2 acre lot in Timberon New Mexico. Timberon is at 7000' elevation. It is surrounded by the Lincoln National Forest and is a beautiful pine forest. There are lots of wildlife, deer, elk, turkey and bear. There is lots to do, hunt, fish, camp, swim and hike. We have a nice golf course, swimming pool, atv rentals, horseback rentals and even a airstrip in our little community. The land I am selling is perfect for building your own cabin, camping or just holding for an investment. Land in New Mexico and in particular mountain land is appreciating rapidly.Timberon is just 2 hours form El Paso and about an hour from Alamogordo or Ruidoso New Mexico. This lot has all utilities available and the total price is just $17,500 for 1/2 acre. I am willing to owner finance this property with zero down and payments of $218 a month Please feel free to contact me at Don Wiklund 915-449-1200

$17,500  

·  November 17th, 2012 03:30 am
·  3 acres

Welcome to Spring Canyon Ranch! For anyone who has ever dreamed of building a cabin in the mountains, Spring Canyon Ranch can bring that vision to life. Surrounded by unspoiled State and Federal land, Spring Canyon Ranch is one of the southwest's most spectacular ranch properties. This unforgettable New Mexico ranch land is conveniently located just 28 miles from the Arizona border and only 10 minutes west of the charming town of Quemado. Offered in stunning 3-8 acre cabin sites, Spring Canyon Ranch is the ideal place for your recreational retreat. With all utilities in place, you can begin building your dream home immediately. Payments from $220 per month.

$24,995  

·  May 10th, 2013 03:02 am
·  5 acres

This 5.9 acre parcel has trees and great mountain views. Perfect spot for a get-away cabin or home with year-round gated access. Situated on a hilltop with trees and open meadows. Located in one of the most desirable areas, within walking distance to Chavez Creek and a short drive to the Brazos River. This part of northern New Mexico offers a wide variety of four season activities from fishing and boating in lakes and streams to snowmobiling and other winter sports. MLS# 201302033. Another 5.48 acre parcel, separated by the access road is also available. See listing 30014-33050, MLS# 201302029

$49,900  

·  May 10th, 2013 03:02 am

A perfect spot for a home or get-away cabin on this 5.6 acres parcel. Great mountain views with trees, open areas and gated access. Wildlife abound. Year-round accessibile. Located wothin walking distance to Chavez Creek and a short drive to the Brazos River. This area of northern New Mexico offers a variety of four season activities from boating & fishing in rivers and lakes to snowmobiling and other winter sports. MLS# 201302029. Tract 4, 5.48 acre parcel, separated by the access road is also available. See listing 30014-33040, MLS# 201302033

$59,900  

·  August 18th, 2013 06:09 am
·  482 acres

Panoramic mesa views of Arizona' s 2nd and 3rd highest peaks and secluded canyon below! Situated at 7600' elevation along New Mexico-Arizona border, Elk Mesa Ranch has much to offer. On and off-grid electricity, water, and phone are available on this already approved plat of 46 lots (482 acres) bordering 1.5 miles of BLM land. Elk are abundant in this New Mexico hunting Area 15 with history of 1 or 2 potential elk permits annually (black powder and bow only). Dark Sky, gated property of future stick-built structures has on-site property management and construction available. 3960' detached airstrip with adjacent 160 acres also available. Ranch could include rustic cabin and 25 acres adjacent to property. Elk Mesa Ranch has mixed tree/meadow mesa and a wooded canyon filled with cedar, pinon and ponderosa pine, juniper, cottonwood and aspen. 25% down owner financing available @ 6.5% over 10 years. Seller pays title insurance. Buyer pays other escrow costs. Acreage platted into 46 smaller parcels. Adjacent parcels also available. Contact Toby Dahl for further information. C: 928-242-8168, H: 575-773-4129.

$2,169,000  

·  March 2nd, 2013 02:25 am
·  Bedrooms: 2

Completely Remodeled Log Cabin Style HomeThis absolutely charming and completely remodeled log cabin style home is nestled in historic Pinos Altos and overlooks the Gila National forest. Highlights include gorgeous refinished wood flooring, a new high quality Mastercraft metal roof, fresh neutral tone paint throughout, new interior solid wood doors, new metal entry door with window, a high efficiency pellet stove in the living room and completely remodeled bathrooms with one offering a spa tub. The updated island kitchen is open to the living room. The gracious master bedroom offers a walk-in closet and a patio door to the porch. Relax on the covered porch or in the Baja hot tub, or stroll through the completely fenced grassy grounds surrounded by lush trees, including fruit trees and enjoy sweeping mountain views! This impeccable home is in move-in condition!The living room and dining room furniture is also available for sale separately. Located only 10 minutes to Silver City, New Mexico.

$149,900  

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