Located in the picturesque countryside of Northern New Mexico, this 3.66 Acre property (7 roughly half acre adjacent lots) is perfect for anyone looking for a seasonal recreation spot or a year round home site. Situated close to both the El Vado and Heron Lakes youll have easy access to all the great boating and water sports afforded by those two State Parks. Similarly, this property sits in close proximity to the Rio Chama River where you can enjoy some of the best fly fishing in New Mexico. Great hunting can be found here as well as Elk, Mule Deer and Turkey are common throughout the region and Big Game Hunting is offered in nearby upscale hunting retreats such as Fishtail Ranch and The Timbers at Chama. This bucolic region is not only home to great outdoor activities but also quiet small town living. The county seat of Tierra Amarilla is a half mile from this land and boasts stores, schools and churches, making this - in addition to all its other great attributes - the perfect place to raise a family.
Things To Know:
Rio Arriba County has a more laid back attitude about what you can and can not do with real property in their jurisdiction. The county itself has one zoning designation (Rural Residential) and applies it to most all the land including this subdivision. While they do not allow you to live indiscriminately out of your RV, you can park and camp one in the same spot for up to 3 months, which is longer than youll find in most parts of New Mexico. Additionally, you can apply for an extension without a building permit and you will most likely be granted it provided youve kept the area clean (were told this particularly has to do with how youre disposing of waste).
From the 573, there is a road with a gate which will lead you out to this property. Were told the gate is open most days until 5PM. Fortunately there are at least four other points of ingress/egress to access the land. It should be noted, however, that a four wheel drive or other off-road capable vehicle will be needed the closer you get to the subject property as the last half mile consists only of dirt roads.
While there is no power source on the property itself, power lines can be found a half mile away in the residential area adjacent to Highway 162.
As mentioned above, this property consists of 7 individual adjacent lots, meaning itll be easy to live on a few and resell the others for profit without even having to worry about the cost of subdividing.
Lot Size: 3.66 Acres
Legal Description: CHAMA RIVER ESTATES: UNIT 2, BLOCK 13, LOTS 2, 3, 4 & 13, 14, 15 & 16
Parcel Number: 1019170459444
Account Number: R005686
Latitude-Longitude: 36.701160460030 -106.538901352969
Annual Taxes: $35.00
Access: Dirt Road
Power: Solar or Alternative
Water: By Well, Catchment System or Holding Tank
Elevation: 7,007 ft
Conveyance Document: Special Warranty Deed
Type of Closing: Notary Close
Doc Prep Fee: $150.00
Nearby Towns: Taos: 56 miles
Santa Fe: 78 miles
Farmington: 93 miles
Albuquerque: 111 miles
Points Of Interest: Heron Lake State Park
El Vado Lake State Park
The Timbers at Chama
Stone House Lodge
Navajo Dam Marina
Abiquiu Lake Recreation Area (Link)
Georgie OKeefe Museum (Link)
Things To Do In Taos (Link)
Things To Do In Taos Ski Valley (Link)
Things To Do In Sante Fe
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