18 Acres With Riverfront
3 miles from downtown Jemez Springs
35 miles to downtown Los Alamos
57 miles to Albuquerque or Rio Rancho
Bounded by State Highway 4 on the West, National Forest on the East and private land on the North and South is this 18 acre tract of land with all kinds of seclusion, privacy and approximately 750 ft. of the Jemez River running trough the property. Large and small Ponderosa Pines, large and small Oak, Red Cedar Trees and a few Cottonwoods are all over this tract. The topography runs from flat at the river to steep heading East with an elevation of approximately 6500 ft. at the river. There is approximately 4.5 acres of flat land and all of it is next to the river which makes this tract of land one really nice, unique property. The property is just a 15 minute drive to the Valles Caldera National Park or 30 minutes to the main entrance to the park. Santa Fe National Forest is about 5 minutes away where you will find elk, deer, turkey, grouse and other forest creatures. (don’t want to say bear because is might scare you away). Electricity is easily available. As for drinking water, you can either drill a well and it should not be that costly since it is next to the river or there is a chance that you can join the Jemez Valley Water Coop and that cost will be around $3800.00. Now you are saying to yourself, “this sounds like a really great tract of land but there must be a catch”, the catch is, you will have to build a bridge to access the majority of the property. Do not let the construction of a bridge deter you folks, come look at this property and you will be happy you did.
Come see this tract of land and you will appreciate its uniqueness.