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Power & Access Near National Forest

Twin Peaks Drive : Estancia, NM 87016

Torrance County, New Mexico

10.04 Acres
$49,997 USD
$4,980 / ac
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Land Description

Financing is Available for the Property with a Down Payment of as little as 20% ($9,999) and Monthly Payments as low as $473. The $499 Deposit to secure this property is credited towards your down payment leaving only $9,500 due at Closing. There are NO Additional Closing Fees. There is NO Pre-Payment Penalty, so you may pay it off at any time. You do not have to wait till the property is paid off to start enjoying it. You may start enjoying the property upon completion of the paperwork and receipt of your down payment.

Escape the city just far enough to experience swaths of stars and unobstructed sunsets. Nestled high in the hills within the Albuquerque Metropolitan Area, this 10.04 Acres property in Manzano Morning Subdivision brilliantly displays New Mexico's rugged natural beauty and vistas fit for a painting. Miles of golden grasslands give way to unspoiled views of the Manzano Mountains rolling across the backdrop.

Peaceful. Quiet. Private. Yet still less than an hour from Albuquerque. This spacious highland subdivision offers a breathtaking retreat with all of the modern conveniences and amenities approximately 45 minutes away from the city. Electricity, Telephone and Internet lines are already in place with maintained gravel roads providing easy access throughout the subdivision. The subdivision entrance opens to State Highway 337, which leads to the town of Estancia, about 20 minutes away via State Highway 55.

You can find the essentials with a quick trip into Estancia, which has both Family Dollar and Dollar General stores, a Speedway gas station and convenient store, Wells Fargo bank, public schools and parks, local medical center, municipal airport, hardware and auto stores, and a few must-try local restaurants.

But if you're looking for a day of shopping, great entertainment, or a night out, head over to Albuquerque. Take a tour through Old Town Albuquerque, try mouthwatering New Mexico cuisine-featuring their famous hatch green chiles-and visit the city's five fascinating museums. Then, end with a sunset ride on the Sandia Peak Tramway. Albuquerque features a vibrant, rich history that you can experience through year-round events.

More About the Subdivision & Surrounding Wildlife Area

Aptly named, the Manzano Morning Subdivision displays a diverse mix of evergreen and deciduous trees that provide splashes of color and year-round protection from the elements. The variety of colorful underbrush such as yucca, cacti, sagebrush, and native grasses sustain deer and other native wildlife. You'll see their trails-and their tails-winding across the landscape.

Additionally, the coveted subdivision borders the Cibola National Forest, which offers added privacy and wildlife protection. This expansive and biodiverse region featuring rippling grasslands and craggy mountains is home to many wild game species, including white-tail deer, mule deer, pronghorn antelope, elk, mountain lion, and turkey.

The Manzano region of Cibola National Forest also fosters a critical wildlife mission: the Manzano Mountains Raptor Migration Project. The end of August to the beginning of November marks the migration season for raptors such as the sharp-shinned hawk, Cooper's hawk, red-tailed hawk, and turkey vulture, which keep watch for small prey from the treetops.

New Mexico is known for its outdoor splendor. Nature enthusiasts will find endless opportunities in every season-from thrilling fishing adventures and kayak excursions to skiing, hiking, bird and wildlife watching, camping, and more. Plus, big game hunters can put in for BLM hunting draws or try their luck with guided exotic oryx and ibex hunts-New Mexico is the only state with free-range exotics.

When you aren't watching the timid white-tails, soaring hawks, or brilliant sunsets from your private escape, you can head off on more New Mexico adventures-all under 3 hours away. You'll find unique opportunities for shopping, entertainment, exploration, outdoor adventures, and travel options.

Property Information

The minimum dwelling size is 1,000 square feet, and buildings must be approved. Manufactured homes are permitted. Tent camping is not allowed, but professionally manufactured RVs may be approved. Equine friends are welcome, and livestock is permitted (within allowable stocking rates).

For potable water, property owners can drill wells on their property. Or, there is an optional community water well.

Parcel Size: 10.04 Acres M/L

Landio Property ID: Nm_Torrance_00006

Legal Description: Manzano Morning Subdivision, Unit One, Lot 22

General Elevation: 6,680 - 6,720 feet

HOA Fee: $290 / year

Property Taxes: $217.22 / year

Title: Free & Clear

Conveyance: Warranty Deed

Electric Provided by Central New Mexico Electrical Cooperative.

Approximate Distance to Nearby Cities & Points of Interest

13 minutes to Cibola National Forest

20 minutes to Estancia, NM : Population 1,470

30 minutes to Manzano Mountains State Park

32 minutes to Mountainair, NM : Population 850

33 minutes to Historic Route 66

36 minutes to Moriarty, NM : Population 2,220

42 minutes to Edgewood, NM : Population 6,070

45 minutes to Albuquerque, NM : Population 556,000

58 minutes to Petroglyph National Monument

1 hour 7 minutes to Rio Rancho, NM : Population 104,000

1 hour 14 minutes to Route 66 Casino Hotel

1 hour 16 minutes to Sevilleta National Wildlife Refuge

1 hour 19 minutes to Cerrillos Hills State Park

1 hour 38 minutes to Santa Fe, NM : Population 83,900

1 hour 39 minutes to Villanueva State Park

2 hours 2 minutes to Santa Rosa Lake State Park

2 hours 32 minutes to Ruidoso, NM : Population 8,000

2 hours 51 minutes to Roswell, NM : Population 47,900

3 hours 6 minutes to White Sands National Park

3 hours 10 minutes to Taos, NM : Population 5,960

3 hours 41 minutes to Las Cruces, NM : Population 101,000

Gps Coordinates

Northwest Corner: 34.807328, -106.247952

Northeast Corner: 34.807212, -106.246269

Southeast Corner: 34.804751, -106.24627

Southwest Corner: 34.804749, -106.247926

Center Point: 34.806047, -106.247063

This Property is presented For Sale By Owner. Seller is a Licensed Real Estate Agent in the State of Texas.

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