Rio Cebolla, 43.1 acres
Approximately 43.1 acres, (to be surveyed)
Have you ever dreamed about owning a large tract of land that is totally surrounded by National Forest and has a stream or creek running though the property, well this approximate 43.1 acres is totally surrounded by National Forest and has approximately 1100 ft Rio Cebolla Creek running through the entire property. The property has about 75% of meadow and the rest forested. Insert the following GPS coordinates and they will take you to the property 35°51'37.61"N 106°45'30.53"W. The 43.1 acres sits at an elevation of approximately 7500 ft where you will find elk, deer, turkey, grouse and most likely get a couple of private land elk tags. For those that know the area the 43.1 acres is located approximately 2 miles South of Fenton Lake. Access to the property is through Forest Road 376 and is approximately 6 miles from the junction of State Road 126 and FR 376 and where the Rio Cebolla meets FR 376. No electricity to the property but plenty of solar potential. Access to the property during the Winter would be by snow mobile or cross country skiing . Do not miss out on this 43.1 acre tract because it is nothing by nice.
For those that have fished the Rio Cebolla it is a delight. Perfect for fly fishing and always good for bait fishing. There have been some large Rainbow and German Brown Trout pulled out of this stream.
I really do not think this 43.1 acre tract will last long on the market especially
for the price of $440,000.00