Located southeast of the El Morro National Monument and adjacent to the Ramah Navajo Indian Reservation, this beautiful five acre lot is located in the Pine Meadows Ranch subdivision, just ten minutes outside of Ramah and thirty minutes from Grants. This subdivision, once part of a larger 3,500 acre ranch that straddled both Cibola and Valencia County, was subdivided and sold off years ago by land owners wanting to share with the world this small piece of heaven in western New Mexico. In fact, while many land owners here use this area as a seasonal retreat, more than a few of the permanent residents are ex-city dwellers who escaped the urban congestion of their previous life for the more peaceful, laid back pace of this sprawling countryside. And with attractions such as the nearby El Malpais National Monument, the Acoma Pueblo and the Wild Spirit Wolf Sanctuary, it’s easy to understand why you too will love living here alongside them.
Things To Know:
This subdivision has a Property Owner’s Association. While there are very few restrictions or rules for this POA, there are yearly fees totaling $50.00 for the upkeep and maintenance of roads.
If you’re purchasing this property for recreation or seasonal visits and have no plan to drill a well, you should know that the Property Owner’s Association has a communal well from which you can draw water. Additionally, the nearby Navajo tribe sells and delivers water if you’d prefer instead to use a holding tank.
|Best Attribute||Rural Homesite|
|APN or Other ID||R07586|
|Legal Description||PINE MEADOWS RANCH: UNIT 3, LOT 140|
|Property Type||Rural Land|
|Terrain||Flat With Blue Skies|
|General Elevation (in feet)||7303|
|Water||Would be by well or alternative system|
|Sewer||Septic or Alternative System|
|Time to Build||No Limit|
|Title Info||Clear Title|
|Annual Property Taxes (Approx)||$59.98|