This 129 acres of gently rolling pasture and woodland is perfect for horse lovers. Features a natural pond, open pasture/grazing land, 1.5 acre fenced exercise area, stable with three 14' x 16' stalls and tack room, 80' x 100' shop building with 3 bays and 16' ceilings plus ...
Approx 1 mile of Lampasas river.
Approx 1/4 mile a beautiful springfed Sulphur Creek
Main dwelling less than five years old. Approximately 3200 ft.
100-year-old German style limestone home-remodeled
Custom built cabin with a fireplace on the creek.
Highway 190 fronta...
Approximately 671 acres of vacant land and 2 caves close to the Big Niangua River near County
Road K in Dallas County, MO.
Over 2 miles on the Niangua River
2.5 miles (straight line) from Bennett Springs hatchery
2 Cave systems: McKee and Saltpater Caves
BRING THE HORSES - GORGEOUS ESTABLISHED FARM to build your dream home just 20 minutes from Anderson. Property is Fenced with established hay crop along with mix of hardwoods and strong creek with multiple water features. Deep drilled well & septic tank w/ underground power s...
Santa Fe County is located in New Mexico. The county covers 1,911 square miles (1,223,008 acres), representing less than one percent of the state. Of the 33 counties in New Mexico, Santa Fe County is one of the three largest counties in the state (population: 148,686, according to 2015 Census estimates). Government and state-level services are the main economic drivers in Santa Fe County. Recent Lands of America data places the average value of land for sale in Santa Fe County at $808 per acre. The average list price of property and land for sale was $858,777 (the most expensive listing being for $3.4 million) and the median size of land and property for sale in Santa Fe County was 50 acres. Land for sale in Santa Fe County totaled 13,813 acres and $11.2 million in overall land value, with the city of Santa Fe featuring the most land for sale in the county. Farmland was the most common type of land for sale in Santa Fe County.
Land for sale including Undeveloped Land in Santa Fe County New Mexico
Central NM 91 Acres for sale in the Town of Edgewood. This Santa Fe County New Mexico acreage consists of 2 adjoining tracts that front East Venus Road. A great location to build your equestrian estate. Plenty of grazing pasture of primarily blue gramma grass. Mountain views and dramatic sunrises and sunsets are yours to enjoy. Edgewood is small town America with a rural lifestyle and country living at its best. Big city amenities - Walmart Super Center, Smith's Kroger Supermarket, Walgreens, banking and healthcare are all within the Town. Edgewood is located in central New Mexico along the I-40 corridor just 30 minutes east of Albuquerque. Santa Fe is only 60 minutes north. Ag New Mexico will finance with 30% down.
Myra OdenUnited Country Farm & Home Realty
$60,00040 acres329 E Venus Road, Edgewood, NM87015 - Santa Fe County
40 Acres of Blue Gramma Grass For Sale in Edgewood NM. Located in the Town of Edgewood where the mountains meet the plains is beautiful primarily blue gramma grass making this a great location to build your equestrian property. You will enjoy dramatic sunrises and sunsets, exceptional mountain views and recreational opportunities in the Cibola National Forest Less than an hour away. Edgewood is small town America with a rural lifestyle and country living at its best. Making life even easier, there are big city amenities - WalMart Super Store and Smith's Kroger Supermarket. Commuting to Albuquerque or Santa Fe does not get any easier than this. You are less than a half hour to ABQ on I40 and north to Santa Fe in 60 minutes. If you are
Myra OdenUnited Country Farm & Home Realty
$980,0002.54 acresUpper Canyon Road, Santa Fe, NM87501 - Santa Fe County
Raw land on Upper Canyon Road with an active acequia running through it. Here is a unique opportunity to purchase large single parcel located in one of Santa Fe's hottest neighborhoods. Enjoy superior views, easy access and quiet country living moments from our Historic Plaza. Few places in Santa Fe are so clearly defined in New Mexico history as those with acequia water rights. The acequias are as old as the city itself and remind us of the sacred nature of water and land. Long ago this ditch watered gardens and fields of early Spanish settlers. Today this wonderful resource allows 'parciantes' a resource for an abundance of fruit trees and flowers. This property will pass to a new owner with these water rights in tact.