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Gila New Mexico Land for sale

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$475,000 39.8 acres 3 Beds | 2 Baths | 2346 sqft
220 Hooker, Gila, NM 88038 - Grant County

39.8 acres Gila, NM

Southwest style home custom built with energy efficiency and quality, ICF construction with passive solar attributes. Gila area just 35 min. NW of Silver City, with spctacular views in every direction. Thoughtfully planned home with 10' ceilings, Santa Fe architectural features and open floor concept. Tongue and groove ceilings and vega's in great room, dining, kitchen, and master bedroom. Wood burning energy efficient stove in great rm. Wood cabinets and expansive granite island with bar-sink and room for 4 at the counter, kitchen includes walk-in pantry. Pro-dual oven/range-gas burners and elec. oven. Vent with warming lamp, built-in microwave/convection oven. Huge outdoor living areas, covered patio and grill area and open courtyard w/
$120,000 3.16 acres 3 Beds | 1 Bath | 1100 sqft
20 Hooker Loop, Gila, NM 88038 - Grant County

3.16 acres Gila, NM

3bd 1ba charming older home located in the town of Gila, NM. Comes with 3+- acres and a small barn for all your 4H projects. Owner has done a lot of updating and upgrading to make this home a "move in ready" home for you. Enjoy the quite and tranquil star filled nights for your enjoyment and relaxation. call for further details.
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$55,000 11 acres
59 Bear Creek, Gila, NM 88038 - Grant County

11 acres Gila, NM

BIG REDUCTION!!! NOW $55,000.00!!! Super nice 11 acres that has Bear Creek running through. Good building location with some of the acreage down low that will be sub irrigated by Bear creek, makes for good gardening or pasture. Property is near electric, wells are resonably shallow in the area, so improvement cost should be resonable.
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