RIVER RUNS THROUGH IT! ***PRICE REDUCED TO $414 / ACRE *** For centuries the Indians, Spanish, and Americans used the Rio Salado as a trade route between the high country to the West and the Rio Grande. For two centuries the San Lorenzo Land Grant controlled this area when in 1907 Lorenzo Padilla proved up a Homestead Claim on a full quarter section of Section 30. The land is mixed with the rich water coming from the West and the gentle hills on the North and South of the stream. Today, Elk, Mule Deer, Big Horn Sheep, and many birds call the ranch home. BLM Wildlife Study area to the North and West and one of the oldest ranches in the area to the East and South. Access is across BLM Section to the West. Elevations around 5,500 feet and great sun, ALL YEAR! Settle off the grid, hunt, or just hike the beautiful foothills of the Ladron and Bear Mountains. PRICE IS REDUCED and the property will not last.
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