$219,000   •   40 Acres
1 br /

A rare opportunity to own 40 of the 16,490 acres within the Cubero Land Grant. This 40 acre parcel has already had the improvements completed by the previous owner including: cross fencing into multiple pastures, storage tank, rubber tire and automatic horse drinkers and an arena. Stalls include an indoor and outdoor area. In addition there is a small functional living area within the barn that includes a kitchen, bath, living area and bedroom.Land40 acres of loamy soils with diverse vegetation which has been rested for many years. Area is laid out into many pastures allowing for rotational grazing.  Many of the fences are suitable for smaller livestock such as sheep and goats. ImprovementsMain barn is approximately 60′ x 40′ with storage, small apartment area, well house and indoor runs for livestock including a livestock waterer.  There are many additional outbuildings including a small hay barn to store bales. There are a couple small additional pens and shelters and dog pens/runs as well.  5000 gallon storage feeds a small rubber tire drinker with an external float next to the arena. RecreationThis area of rich diversity includes dinosaur diggings, volcanoes with magnificent lava flow, desert-like areas, high rugged mountains, lakes and lush valleys. Bluewater Lake This serene lake, located 25 miles west of Grants is set in a pinon-juiper landscape with views towards the Zuni mountains. This park offers camping, hiking, birding, horseback riding and fishing. And not just any fishing-you’ll find some of the best tiger muskie fishing at Bluewater Lake!   Beauty. Culture. Art…. For more than two thousand years Sky City Cultural Center and Haak’u Museum rich in cultural architecture, serves as the reception center and museum for visitors to the Pueblo of Acoma. It is the gateway to Acoma “Sky City”. Acoma Pueblo, New Mexico is more than just a tourist destination. Its part of New Mexico’s cultural heritage, as the oldest continuously inhabited settlement in North America and the 28th Historic Site designated by the National Trust for Historic Preservation. Acoma history is also the story of the Southwest, from its initial role as the home to the Anaasazi people, to the thirteenth century founding of the Pueblo, which is still alive and well as a community and touchstone for Native Americans in the area and nationwide.  AgricultureThis area is very diverse in Agriculture.  Four seasons allows a tremendous opportunity for someone wanting to have a homestead or horse farm. Water/Mineral Rights & Natural ResourcesWater well in place with 5,000 gallons storage tank.  Well will convey with property. General OperationsRiding arena, RV parking spot, cross fenced pastures and a small apartment within the barn allows for a lot of income producing potential for this property. Region & ClimateCubero, NM has a semi-arid climate, with hot summers and cold winters. During the summer months, temperatures can often reach above 90°F (32°C), while in winter months temperatures can dip down to freezing or even below. Precipitation is low throughout the year and often unevenly distributed. The area gets an average of just over 9 inches of rain per year, mostly concentrated during the late summer and early fall months. Winters tend to be very dry due to persistent drought conditions.  Climate Cubero, New Mexico United States   Rainfall 10.8 in. 38.1 in.   Snowfall 12.3 in. 27.8 in.   Precipitation 51.0 days 106.2 days   Sunny 278 days 205 days   Avg. July High 90.0° 85.8°   Avg. Jan. Low 18.0° 21.7°   Comfort Index (higher=better) 7.7 7   UV Index 5.8 4.3   Elevation 6217 ft. 2443 ft. HistoryCubero is a census-designated place in Cibola County, New Mexico, United States. Its population was 289 as of the 2010 census. Cubero has a post office with ZIP code 87014. The town was founded by Mexicans and was located along the route of the Santa Fe Railroad‘s first transcontinental rail line through the Southwestern United States. LocationLess than 60 miles away is the Albuquerque International Sunport, known for its distinct southwestern architecture and cultural décor, is New Mexico’s largest commercial airport, welcoming over 5 million passengers each year. The Sunport boasts a world-class art collection, unique amenities, New Mexican cuisine, and many local artisanal gifts. Served by 8 major carriers, the Sunport offers non-stop service between ABQ and more than 29 destinations, all with worldwide connectivity. The Albuquerque International Sunport is the Gateway of New Mexico.


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Hayden Outdoors Real Estate
Hayden Outdoors Real Estate
Kevin Branum
Kevin  Branum

Office: (575) 760-7460
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