Pride of ownership is clear in this beautiful turn of the century home. Hard wood floors throughout this home add to the cozy feeling of the grand fireplace for those chilly winter nights. When spring comes you will enjoy the beautiful landscaping and gazebo for peaceful rel...
Brand New Riverfront Cottage on the Elk River! Enjoy fishing, canoeing, or just the sounds of the Elk River running just outside your backdoor. This cottage is NEW construction and features "above" builder grade materials.
Fabulous Custom Home on 30.49 AC. Designed as a B & B but is now occupied as a private residence. Borders NATIONAL FOREST to the West! The home is situated high up on a ridge overlooking the entire Sulphur Springs Valley. The west property line is just below Cochise's St...
Grant County is a county in New Mexico. It covers 3,968 square miles (2,539,386 acres), which represents less than one percent of the state total. Of New Mexico's 33 counties, Grant County ranks 15th in terms of the size of its population (28,609, according to 2015 Census estimates). Mining and mineral extraction-related services are the main economic drivers in this part of New Mexico. Recent Lands of America data shows that the average price-per-acre value of land and acreage for sale in Grant County is $2,240. The average listing price was $583,426 (the most expensive listing being for $6.0 million) and the median size of land and real estate for sale in Grant County was five acres. Land for sale in Grant County totaled 25,526 acres and $57.2 million in overall land value, with the city of Silver City featuring the most land for sale in the county. Farmland was the most common type of land for sale in Grant County.
Land for sale including Recreational Property in Grant County New Mexico
This property is situated in the lower region of the Gila National Forest, in Mule Creek, NM. The owner of this forest inholding will revel in its unique combination of both seclusion and easy access. Readily approached via state highway and county maintained road, it enjoys the aura of remoteness usually only found in unreachable sites.
Nestled in a small valley in the foothills of Brushy Mountain, the property was homesteaded by the Thygerson family in 1888 and remained in the family until the mid 20th century. Part of the home encompasses the original adobe home; the newer section was added in the late 1980s.
The house is well hidden by the foliage of black walnut trees in the growing season and blends with the n