326 acres of land spring fed by the Seneca Creek that runs through the middle of this beautiful pasture.
Populated with a variety wildlife from mule deer, antelope and fish. Many locals in the area enjoy wildlife observation, fishing, hiking, arrowhead hunting, horseback riding, camping and exploring old Indian rock shelters.
The beautiful hill on the ranch is Indian Cave Hill where old indian caves are among the sandstone and ancient lava rock formations. This is also a prime spot for arrowhead hunting.
From the top of the hill you can see Rabbit Easy Mountain, which is a local landmark and old volcano.
Currently cattle graze this fenced in pasture and this allows taxation to be extremely low with the agriculture classification.
This property is easily accessed by New Mexico state highway 370. This exceptional property is for sale at $3,500 an acre. Electricity would need to be brought a short distance from the neighboring pasture.
Land Map & Boundaries
12 miles north of Clayton via NM 370.