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How Lucky Can You Be?

If you’re lucky enough to buy this place, you’re pretty dadgum lucky!  It’s  spectacular, from every perspective.  Gorgeous, accessible, remote, quiet, with stream, pasture, an old restorable adobe, incredible views… I could go on, but if the sound of this appeals, don’t wait, k?  When I’m as excited about a property as I am about this one, I tend to sell it quickly…

Offered in three ways – as a whole, at 320 acres for $570,000.  As two separate pieces, one on the west side of the road with 227 (estimated) acres for $283,750, and the parcel on the east side of the road at 93 (estimated) acres for $325,500.  As you can see, the seller is motivated to sell as a whole…

The east side of the road is primarily pasture, smattered with cottonwoods, stream frontage and most amazing forested slopes up to the powerful rimrock.  It includes the adobe structure and the framework of a great old barn.

                                          ALTOGETHER:  320 ACRES FOR $570,000

                                                93 (ESTIMATED) ACRES AT $325,500

The west side of the road is it’s own amazing place.  Entirely different from the east, it’s terraced grassy benches rise up to a plateau, and then undulate up to the high point at the rear.  Incredible rock ridges separate the benches, making every turn step you take an adventure into what’s next.  The views of the rimrock and the valley are stunning.   Many building sites that offer great privacy…

                                              227 (ESTIMATED) ACRES AT $283,750

 

LOCATION:  Los Medinas, in Coyote Creek ValleyScreen Shot 2018-09-08 at 10.25.38 AM,                                Guadalupita

ACCESS:  County Road A-021

ACREAGE:  320 acres (or 93 and 227 acres)

UTILITIES:  Electric – none (about 1/4 mile north along the county road)

Water – well (hand dug)

Gas – propane needed

Sewer – septic needed

Telephone & Internet – at road – fiber optics available here(!)

OUTBUILDINGS:  5 room adobe homestead, log wellhouse/storage, large pole barn (framework only)

FENCING:  Partial on the 93 acres, none on the 227

APPROXIMATE ELEVATION:  7100′ to 8000′

SURVEY:  Yes Survey

TAXES:  $449.75 in 2017

SUE STREBE REAL ESTATE

505.429.4112

sue@suestrebe.com

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CHACON …

Chacon is a lush verdant valley, encircled by the Sangre de Cristos and Rincon Range, on the southern end of the Rockies.  This very special parcel of ground has interesting topography including a hillside that wraps around the homesite, with a pasture above and behind the home.  Bejeweled by a creek (hey, they’re hard to come by around here!) and lovely vistas, there’s room for both critters and outdoor living.  But the real prize here is the home.  A classic NNM adobe and rock home was completely renovated (except for the master bedroom suite) in 2012 – from the roof to the floors.  The massive walls were all that was left before the present home was created.  Radiant heated floors combine with bright light from copious windows to create a warm, comfortable living space.  Big rooms all, with tall ceilings and nichos scattered here and there.  The master bedroom, with its brick floors, cathedral ceiling, and mud plastered walls, exudes character with it’s own wood stove for ambiance.  I’ve got lots more to tell you about this house and how many different types of lifestyles it can accommodate  – call and ask questions, or just come and see.  It’s a rare opportunity in these parts!

 PRICE:  $279,000

LOCATION:  Chacon, NM  (about 45 miles from Taos, and 45 miles from Las Vegas – close to National Forest!)

ACCESS:  NM State Highway 121

ACREAGE:  3.91 acres

CONSTRUCTION:  Adobe, rock, frame

BEDROOMS:  Three                                       BATHROOMS: 1 & 3/4

‘EXTRA’ ROOMS – BIG loft, sunspace, large utility room.  Lots and lots of attic space for storage.

HEATING:  Radiant floor heat (propane) and 2 wood stoves

COOLING:  None required in NNM!

UTILITIES:  Electric:  Mora San Miguel Electric Co-op

Water:  Community system

Sewer:  septic

Gas:  propane

Telephone:  La Jicarita

Internet:  Fiber Optics!  Northern New Mexico Telcom

OUTBUILDINGS:  Old ‘dispensa’ – a large rock structure presently used as workshop, I’ve seen it used as a great guest space.  Also, old chicken coop/storage area.

FENCING:  Yes.  New coyote fence along roadside to maximize privacy.

SURVEY:  Yes

TITLE INSURABLE:  Yes

 

Sue Strebe Real Estate

575.387.6203

sue@suestrebe.com

http://www.suestreberealestate.com