New Mexico, Luna County, 20 Acres, Dust Devil Road. Power At Road.
Power At Road
Close To A United States / Mexico Border Crossing At Puerto Palomas
One Of The Top Reasons To Live In Luna County Is To Enjoy The Spectacular Views
Depth To Surface Of Water In Wells In This Area Is 25 To 50 Feet
As An Investment
• Low Cost To Own And Maintain
• Potential For Quick Profit
• Buy And Hold
Due to inflation, supply & demand, and the fact that land historically appreciates more often than not, the price of land today has the potential to become more valuable in coming years.
The average price for undeveloped land is per acre Making these 20 acres at per acre a Great investment.
• Low Cost To Hold
(Annual taxes on these 20 acres are under Back Taxes
No Hoa Fees
No Time Limit To Build
The Previous Owner Did A Title Search On This Property Prior To Our Purchasing It So I Can Guarantee Clear Title To The Property.
State, County, Zip: Mew Mexico, Luna County, 88029
Legal: Section 5 Township 28 S Range 7 W W2 SW4 Sw4
Acres: 20 (871,200 Sq Ft)
Zoning: Residential Allowed, Mobile Allowed, Camper Allowed
Camp On Your Land (30 Day Dry Camp Without Utilities)
Access: On Dustdevil Road
Elect: Power At Road
Water Sewer: Off Grid
Annual (2021) Paid Current
Deed: Will Transfer Title With Warranty Deed
Title: Free & Clear
Topography: Level To Mildly Rolling
Gps: 31.897582 -107.586214 Approx. Ctn
DIRECTIONS: From Columbus New Mexico head north on Nm-11 N towards Nm-9 W (5.7 miles)
turn right onto Whirlwind Road (2.5 miles) continue onto B005 (2.5 miles)
continue onto Whirlwind Road (0.5 Miles)
sharp right onto Dustdevil Road 1 mile. land will be on the left
total of 11.3 miles from Columbus Payments: Paypal, Direct Deposit, Cashiers Check, Bank Checks, Money Order, Personal Check, Zelle, Master Card, Visa, All Major Credit Cards
Processing Columbus The Closest City (11 Miles Away)
Columbus is a village in Luna County, New Mexico, United States, about 3 miles (5 km) north of the Mexican border. It is considered a place of historical interest, as the scene of a 1916 attack by Mexican revolutionary leader Francisco "Pancho" Villa that caused America to send 10,000 troops there in the punitive Mexican Expedition. Columbus's population was 1,664 at the 2010 census.
About The Florida Mountains
The Florida Mountains are a small 12-mi long, mountain range in New Mexico. The mountains lie in southern Luna County about 15 mi southeast of Deming, and 20 mi north of Chihuahua, Mexico; the range lies in the north of the Chihuahuan Desert region, and extreme southwestern New Mexico.
The Florida Mountains are east and adjacent to New Mexico State Road 11, the north-south route to Chihuahua; it becomes Highway 23 in Chihuahua and connects to Mexican Federal Highway 2, the major east-west route of the north Chihuahuan Desert adjacent the U.S.-Mexico border.
The Florida Mountains are a small, compact range about 12-mi long, with various peaks from 5000 to 7000 ft. The range highpoint is Florida Peak, 7,295 feet which lies near the north. Other high peaks in the center-south, are Gym, Baldy, and South Peak. Four other peaks are in the extreme northwest; besides Florida Peak, the tallest of the other four is Capitol Dome, at 5,962 feet.
Most of the land surrounding the prominent rise of the mountain range are flatlands. Deming, and its suburbs directly south, form the northwest and west border of the range's minor foothills. Populated flatlands are northeast, with open flatlands to the east and southeast.
New Mexico 193 lies at the range's north and northeast, the location of Rockhound State Park. The park is nestled between the Florida Mountains, and a 3-mi long mountain range called the Little Florida Mountains.
11 Miles To Columbus New Mexico
23 Miles To Puerto Palomas Mexico Border Crossing
31 Miles To Deming New Mexico
92 Miles To Las Cruces New Mexico
90 Miles To El Paso Texas
About Luna County
According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the county has a total area of 2,965 square miles (7,680 km2), virtually all of which is land. The bulk of the county is flat lowland, either grassland or desert scrub, but it also contains three mountain ranges: Cooke's Range in the north, the Florida Mountains on the southeastern side of Deming near the center of the county, and the Tres Hermanas Mountains in the southern part of the county near Columbus.
From The County Website
You can walk, hike, and bike, and so much else, year-round in Luna County, New Mexico. Deming is located in Luna County, NM, on the southwest border of the United States. Luna County is high desert all the way. To the southeast of Deming, you can encounter the large and small of the Florida Mountain Range, and on the way to the village of Columbus, you can spot the Tres Hermanas (Three Sisters) Mountains. Columbus is located about half an hour south of Deming, along the international border with Mexico.
The entire region is filled with wildlife, flowers, desert plants, incredible rocks and minerals, and the cowboy way of life that has existed here for over a century.
Life here takes place in an area rich in history. There are the talented Mimbres and Mogollon Indian cultures, the Butterfield Stage Pony Express, the open range of the cowboys, Pancho Villa's invasion over the border of Mexico into Columbus, and other astounding historical events. Deming is also home to the silver spike driven in 1881 that joined the Second Transcontinental Railroad, and still plays an important role in commercial and passenger rail travel.
The sun shines almost every day in Luna County. The temperatures are mild-to-hot in the summer and cold a few days in the winter. And when the mercury rises, it is typically a dry heat accompanied by a cooling breeze. Deming is very healthy for those who come. In fact, in the old days and into the 20th century, doctors from all over the nation sent their patients to Deming to regain their health. Deming is indeed a healthy place to be with plenty of opportunities to stay active.