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£17688 Get Away to Rural New Mexico, USA! PRICE REDUCED!! (El Morro, New Mexico)

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This property is a beautiful lot of about 10.9 acres near National Park land and the Acoma Pueblo about 25 miles to the east. There are many powwows and ceremonies open to the public with the Navajo Nation to the north and Zuni and Jemez Pueblos within a drive. Remove yourself from the city hassles and increasing risks…. No Coronavirus, crime out here! There are great views of the mesas and mountains from the ridge side the land includes. There are numerous pinion and cedar trees that populate the lot. Firewood is abundant or can be delivered. Solar power is popular with the altitude, latitude and south-facing ridge. Beautiful elk are populous as well as mule deer for those who are wildlife or hunting enthusiasts. Some hunt bear over by the national park lands. There are lakes for fishing a short drive away. There are numerous elk trails and scat seen on the land. There are visiting hunters who charge as much as 5 figures for guided hunting expeditions in west and northwest New Mexico. It would be cost effective to have your own hunting land right here or use it as your base camp. Note that four wheel drive is common here to get around in the occasional inclement weather. The area receives about 20" of annual precipitation including intermittent beautiful snowfalls of about 2-4 inches which usually melts off in a day or two. The average high is 86 degrees F, with a nice dry heat that’s never humid and uncomfortable.

Solar power is popular or electric power is about 3 tenths of a mile from the lot. There are a few friendly full time residents locally. Others use the land as their get-away vacation homes or their dream retirement destination. Water is often delivered or wells put in. Septic can be installed or some prefer to bring in their RVs. There are caves to explore and fantastic hiking, rock climbing or rock hounding, metal detecting in the area. You can explore the magnificent Ventana Arch Monument 25 miles away along Highway 117. The elk are often visible from the road including one curious young buck who appears to prefer to graze right off the highway fence line a few hundred feet from his herd. Cattle are numerous and round-ups are seen throughout the year. You can even experience the Old West yourself on New Mexico dude ranches! Horses and other livestock are permitted if you desire. Land prices in this area are on the rise so act quickly! The rural subdivided ranch a few miles away (Mujeres Ranches) recently sold out all their 10-20 acre lots and took down their sign.

Owner will finance, DISCOUNT for cash. We will assist you in meeting neighbors and support your move! Great to have friends!

ENVIRONS
Cibola County is located in the southernmost area of the Rocky Mountains called the Zuni Mountain Range. It is in the expansive Cibola National Forest and holds beautiful Bluewater Lake State Park. For the past 200 million years it has seen many travelers including the dinosaurs and the prehistoric culture called the Ancient Ones. Attractions include: the Prehistoric Cliff Dwellings and their amazing rock windows, petroglyph writings, archaeological sites, and quiet camping and hiking areas abound, some with fossils you can recover. A new species of dinosaur was recently uncovered. The Wild Spirit Wolf Sanctuary, El Morro National Monument. There are many abandoned mines to search for gems and minerals, co-ordinate with the geological and historical organizations here. The property is near Inscription Rock which rises 200 feet above the plains. It was once the site of two Anasazi Pueblos in 1275 A. D., the biggest was made up of over 900 rooms. Many Native petroglyphs are viewable as well as the chiseled names of numerous explorers, soldiers, and settlers including the carving by America Francis Baley, one of the few women to sign it on their way to California. These are all seen by the amazing year-round pool of water by the great sandstone rock. Explorers and Native Americans used the area as a watering hole and rest stop. The El Morro Ice Cave Monument is a geological wonder. El Morro National Monument hosts astronomical viewings you can attend in their dark sky environment.
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