The Land borders Carson National Forest and BLM on three sides and is completely fenced with numerous functioning gates. The property has beautiful, pristine panoramic views in all directions, making this parcel extremely attractive for the outdoorsman, entrepreneur, and nature-lover.
The land has more than 2 miles of professionally installed roadway, giving year-round access to the land.
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The pine forest in the northern extremity of the property has its own entrance to US 285 which enables it to have commercial use of its own, such as campground or RV Park. The forest is home to elk and deer during certain times of the year. Lines for water and electricity have already been extended to the pine forest.
Nestled within the Pine forest is a 800 sq. ft. octagon cabin and cadillac outhouse.
The entrance to the land is waiting for the new owner's name.
Two small bridges cross the arroyo.
After a snowy Winter, the Spring thaw will swell the reservoir.
This rock and earth dam and reservoir was put in by the original homesteaders.
The owner has drilled 2 wells, one which has been tested for 24 hours at 30 gallons per minute and still had a hundred feet to the pump.
The arroyo is a magical sanctuary.
This gravel pit provides material for road construction on the New Mexico ranch.
The land is completely fenced, and has more than 2 miles of professionally installed roads.
Old Chile Line
The Chile Line was dismantled years ago, but railroad spikes still occasionally appear in the dirt.
Top, a feature on the land today, below, the Chille Line in Winter, early 1900's.
Old Chile Line