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Please reference the LANDiO Property ID : NM_Taos_00002
Breathe easy in the beautiful high desert of New Mexico. Experience stunning views of the famous snow-capped Sangre de Cristo Mountains from this 4.97 acre property in Taos County, New Mexico. You’ll have perfect views of towering Ute Mountain to the Northwest and The Sangre de Cristo Mountain Range to the East and Southeast.
This property is nestled in a quiet area North of the city of Taos via State Highway 522. The entire Southern Boundary borders 200 acres of State Land. In addition, the property is about 3.5 miles from 500,000 acres of protected BLM land to the West, and about 6 miles from 1.5 million-acre Carson National Forest.
This parcel is primed and ready for you with fiber-optic high-speed Internet line and electricity already to the property and road access along the Northern, Eastern & Southern Boundaries. Use this blank-slate Rural Property for Farming, Livestock, or building your dream home. RVs or Camping are allowed in 30-day increments (must allow 30 days in between camping stays). Manufactured Homes are also permitted.
Wildlife, Hunting, & Fishing
The mountain ranges shield the high desert from moisture, yet it’s just 4.5 miles from the Rio Grande River, making this the perfect spot for big game species like Big Horn Rams, Gemsbok, Antelope, White-Tailed and Mule Deer, Mountain Lions, Bobcat, Wolf, Coyote. Find Hunting Maps and Permit info here.
Meanwhile, the Rio Grande River and countless mountain streams, springs, and lakes make fishing plentiful for species like Gila Trout, Rio Grande Cutthroat Trout, Walleye, Catfish, Bluegill, Perch, Pike, and several species of Bass. Find Fishing Permit info here.
Attractions & Recreation
Learn about the rich 1,000-year history of Taos—take a tour of the Red Willow Tribe’s pueblo community, one of the longest inhabited communities in the United States.
Home to one of the country's best ski areas, Taos County offers endless opportunities for outdoor adventures such as hiking, kayaking, and natural hot springs soaking. You’ll never run out of places to explore. Find your favorite spot in one of the five parks that make up Carson National Forest, including Carson National Park, where you’ll find majestic Virsylvia Peak and Pinabete Peak Southeast of the property. The colorful layers of rock and surreal mesas, buttes, and canyons make this one of our nation’s most unique and diverse national parks. This is where the desert meets the mountain peaks. Learn more about Carson National Park here.
Parcel Size: 4.97 Acres M/L
LANDiO Property ID Number: NM_Taos_00002
Legal Description: Buena Vista Acres Block 1 Lot 1
Property Taxes: $88.26 / year
Title: Free & Clear
Conveyance: Warranty Deed
Approximate Distance to Nearby Cities & Points of Interest
9 minutes to Questa, NM, population 2000 (more info)
16 minutes to Costilla, NM, population 100
28 minutes to Red River, NM, population 465 (more info)
39 minutes to Taos, NM, population 5,960 (more info)
1 hour 7 minutes to Cimarron Canyon State Park (more info)
1 hour 13 minutes to Great Sand Dunes National Park (more info)
1 hour 14 minutes to Alamosa, CO, population 10,000 (more info)
2 hours 4 minutes to Santa Fe, NM, population 83,900 (more info)
2 hours 14 minutes to Carson National Forest (more info)
2 hours 18 minutes to Pueblo, CO, population 110,000 (more info)
2 hours 37 minutes to Bosque del Oso State Wildlife Area (more info)
2 hours 54 minutes to San Juan National Forest (more info)
2 hours 56 minutes to Santa Fe National Forest (more info)
2 hours 57 minutes to Albuquerque, NM, population 556,000 (more info)
2 hours 57 minutes to Colorado Springs, CO, population 500,000 (more info)
3 hours 11 minutes to Rio Grande National Forest (more info)
4 hours 3 minutes to Denver, CO, population 1,000,000 (more info)
Visiting the Property
You are welcome to visit the property at your convenience while it is available.
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Northwest Corner: 36.7869968512165, -105.605659649469 (Google Map)
Northeast Corner: 36.7869948512164, -105.603982649473 (Google Map)
Southeast Corner: 36.7856098512165, -105.60398765248 (Google Map)
Southwest Corner: 36.7856118512165, -105.605634652476 (Google Map)
Center Point: 36.786323, -105.604803 (Google Map)