Hunting Property, 4368 sf Metal Building
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Jimmie Sue Sirman
Jimmie Sue Sirman
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Hunting Property, 4368 sf Metal Building

Ponderosa Drive, Pie Town , New Mexico 87827 - Catron County
$235,000 147.78 Acres
Property ID 4705300

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148 +/- acres with 42' x 104' re-purposed Butler metal building. Building has 12' x 14' insulated roll-up door, 3 walk-doors, approximately 3,000 sf 6" concrete floor with added fiber and 5,000 psi, plumbed for an apartment and 200 amp electrical service. Outside of building are two 30 amp RV hook-ups. Situated in a private, wooded area. According to seller, the well is 220 feet in depth and yields an estimated 200 gallons per minute. Windmill is still standing, but well is currently pumped by electricity. Well pumps into a 50,000 gallon storage tank. Additional contiguous 145 acres are available. Borders State Lands. 360 degree views of surrounding mountains and plains from high point on property. Located in Big Game Hunting Unit 12, this property, along with an additional 285 acres, currently receives rifles tags for one bull elk and one cow. Can be purchased with additional acreage for a total of 292 acres for $315,000 or a total of 433 acres with home for $499,000. Owner financing offered.

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Jimmie Sue Sirman
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