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Land for sale in Lincoln New Mexico

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$1,200,000 33 acres
Lincoln, NM 88338 - Lincoln County

Historic Vorwerk River Property

This one-of-a-kind 33-acre (+-) beautiful property lies five miles east of the historical little town of Lincoln, in Lincoln County, with private access from highway 380. The 2,200 sq.ft. adobe home was originally built in 1905 by Fred Vorwerk, the son-in-law of James Dolan, one of the principal participants in the famous Lincoln County War in 1878 which also ended the life of Billy The Kid. Yes, a river runs through it - a quarter of a mile of the beautiful Rio Bonito, with senior water rights attached to it. The river runs year-round through this magnificent foot-hill property, attracting a number of wildlife right out your back-door; Mule Deer, Elk, Barbary Sheep, Turkey, Bobcats and more, with Brown Trout and Beaver inhabiting the r
Tom Sidwell Sidwell Farm & Ranch Realty, LLC
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$265,500 59 acres
Lincoln, NM 88338 - Lincoln County

59 acres Lincoln, NM

Beautiful Rio Bonito River frontage on this approximate 59 acres which lies NW of the Historic Village of Lincoln, NM. This property has access to public land and is adjacent to thousands of acres of Lincoln national Forest. Enjoy the abundant roaming wildlife including mule deer, turkey, and elk on this mostly level acreage very close to town. Fabulous building sites with beautiful mountain views available on this property that lies within the Lincoln Historic District which would allow you to build or enjoy. You can have your own quiet waterfront sanctuary near this Historic Village where Billy the Kid once roamed. Electricity is near the property and access to it is by deeded easement crossing the river on a private road.
Stacy Turney Mossy Oak Properties NM Ranch & Luxury, LLC
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$1,149,000 33 acres
Lincoln, NM 88338 - Lincoln County

Historic Bonita River Property

This 33-acre ( /-) beautiful property lies five miles east of the historic town of Lincoln with private access from highway 380. The 2,200 sq.ft. adobe home was originally built in 1905 by the son-in-law of one of the principal participants in the famous Lincoln County War in 1878 which also ended the life of Billy The Kid. A quarter of a mile of the beautiful Rio Bonito, with 16.5 acre feet of senior water rights dating back to 1853 runs through the property. Abundant wildlife include Mule Deer, Elk, Barbary Sheep, Turkey, Bobcats and more, with Brown Trout and Beaver inhabiting the river.
Tom Sidwell Sidwell Farm & Ranch Realty, LLC