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Land for sale in Gila New Mexico

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$1,200,000 8 acres
End of Double E Ranch Road, Gila, NM 88038 - Grant County

NM Cabin Rentals

A Truly Unique Income Opportunity Nestled Along Bear Creek Canyon New Mexico is haven for finding "take your breath away" moments of beauty amidst some of Mother Natures most unexpected yet touchable scenery and is quickly becoming one of the worlds more popular vacation destinations. New Mexico Cabin Rentals and Vacation Guesthouse properties combine vintage ranching charm, select luxury appointments, and just the right amount of modern amenities to keep you connected, if you so choose. Taking advantage of southwest New Mexicos mild, year round weather, 300+ days of sunshine annually and 5,000 feet elevation, New Mexico Cabin Rentals is the perfect vacation destination for those wanting to escape the hectic, frenetic pace of urban cit
Dale Spurgeon Action Realty, LLC
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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 home in a spectacular location! Custom designed, thoughtfully planned with breathtaking views from any angle AND energy efficient. Get lost without losing touch in this fully loaded(including high speed wifi) New Mexico gem. Santa Fe style features coveted open floor plan with lots of nooks, tongue and groove 9' & 10' ceilings throughout the home. Beautiful cabinets, expansive granite island w/bar-sink and breakfast counter. Kitchen features walk-in pantry, pro-dual oven/range, built in wine and glass cabinet. A wood burning stove takes the great room to a new level of home. Other noteworthy areas include an office, laundry and gym/hobby room. Outside is a beautiful statement courtyard with fountain, covered patio and grill area
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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.