SOLD .4 Acres at Brazos Cliffs – Rio Arribo County NM – $6,930
Brazos Cliffs, New Mexico 87014 – Rio Arriba County
.37 Acres |$12,000 $6,930
Out of stock
Once you click the Buy Now button and complete the Checkout Process, we will then receive an instant notification that your $499 deposit has been made. The property will show as "Out of Stock" to prevent others from buying it. The $499 deposit is credited towards your purchase and we cover the costs to transfer the property to you including deed preparation and recording fees.
The remaining balance may be paid by Wire Transfer, Cashier’s Check to the escrow company.
Call or Text us anytime at (720) 534-7840 for questions or to purchase this property over the phone.
Enjoy majestic views from this mountain lot that is just a quarter mile from the base of the Brazos Cliffs which climbs an impressive 1200 feet from the valley floor. Access to the property is a mountain road, we recommend a high clearance vehicle and 4WD. Camp, build a vacation cabin, or bring your adventure trailer.
This property is set in a tall pine and aspen forest which has ponerosa pine, spruce, douglas fir, and white pine. Expect to see abundant wildlife; elk, deer, turkey, grouse, and birds of prey. World class fishing can be found in the nearby Brazos and Chama rivers, as well as nearby fishing ponds. At 8,350 feet elevation this is a mountain property and has dirt and rocky roads which are difficult to access at times, especially in rain and snow.
Close to nearby towns of Tierra Amarilla and Brazos which have grocery and hardware stores.
Checkout now and pay the $499 to reserve the property and take it off the market. Take ownership today!
|State||New Mexico||Parcel Size||.37 Acres|
|County||Rio Arriba County||Address||TBD|
|Tax||$83/yr. Current, not delinquent||Title||Clear|
|Zoning||Res Vacant Land||Access||Dirt and Rocky Road|
|Sewer||No||HOA||Yes, Optional Dues|
|Elevation||8,350 Ft||GPS||36.748696, -106.436094|
County Contact Info
Rio Arriba County Planning and Zoning (505) 287-9431
Cumbres & Toltec Scenic Railroad