240 acres high in the mountains of northern New Mexico near the Colorado state line.
Large custom home with south facing wall of windows, attached green houses/grow rooms.
Oversize 3+ car garage with 8' tall doors.
Home is approximately 3,000+ sqft. with lofted ceilings and blue stained tongue and groove pine.
The south facing windows and wood stoves heat the entire house and shop.
Private propane tank for cooking and hot water, cloths dryer.
2,000 sqft metal insulated shop with concrete floors and 3 tall rollup doors.
3,240 sqft metal steel framed barn with pipe stalls and fencing.
8,000 watt solar system with 48v 1400ah battery bank which supplies 220v to the shop and 110v ac throughout the house, shop and barn. 7 kw diesel generator for back up.
Property adjoins National Forest on one side and Bureau of Land Management on the other side.
7 miles of gravel road from Hwy 285.
A 35 minute drive to Antonito Colorado, 1 hour from Alamosa Colorado, 1 hour from Taos, NM.
13,800 gallon water storage, filter system and Ultra Violate purification system.
Property has granddaddy Ponderosa Pines, Spruce, Cedar, Aspen, Cottonwood trees.
multiple Irrigation ditches. Fenced and cross fenced.
10 acres currently in Alfalfa/grass, another 60 in grass.
Currently keep Highland cattle and horses year round on the property.
Seasonal creek runs through the property, which is fed by 2 springs on Forest Service Land.
The creek fills a 4.25 acre foot pond for livestock and wild game.
Walking distance to Rio San Antonio river which is stocked with Trout by Game and Fish.
Property is currently enrolled in E-Plus system which provides Elk tags via a draw system.
Private land Antelope tags are available over the counter.
Property regularly sees Elk, Antelope, Deer, Bear, Bobcat, Eagles and more.
The property consists of 3 parcels: 40 acres with home, 120 acres, and 80 acres, all adjoining making a large rectangle.
The properties are original Homestead and the original deeds list water rights both vested and accrued "forever" according to the act of 1862 and signed by the President of the United States.
There are two old log cabins, and three pit houses on the property, a small canyon with large boulders.
The property had been used by the Ute Indians, and Spanish history records a battle in the area. Artifacts have been discovered on the property.
Cell service is by T-Mobile.
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