5.05 acres in Rio Arriba County, New Mexico
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Robert Delahunt
Robert Delahunt
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5.05 acres in Rio Arriba County, New Mexico

Lot 23 Unit 1, Talavera, Tierra Amarilla , New Mexico 87575 - Rio Arriba County
$24,000 5.05 Acres
Property ID 7310952

Description

Priced to SELL!!! Come relax and enjoy the cool fresh air of Northern New Mexico. Just minutes from great fishing and boating in the El Vado lake , and Heron Lake state parks. Don't forget the Chama river for awesome fly fishing. Bring your horses, ATV'S and mountain bikes to take advantage of the dirt roads and trails that you can explore. For all of you photographers bring your cameras to take advantage of all the great photo opportunities of wild life and the beautiful landscape that the mountains have to offer. This property would make a nice camp and home site. Lots of pine, gambrel oak, cedar and juniper trees. Elk, Mule deer, and Wild Turkey roam this area. For you big game hunters Chama is centrally located to different big game hunting units. A great opportunity for you and your family!.

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Directions

From US Highway 84/64 go west on NMSR 112 about 5 miles to Talavera gate on left (south) side of road.

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Robert Delahunt
Robert Delahunt
RE/MAX Professionals Plus-Chama

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