$65,000   •   180 Acres

Ready to get out of the snow and find a place that's affordable to live and continue a business with plenty of space to spread out. Deming is a thriving business and agricultural community, Deming is home to a Border Patrol training center, and several movies – Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull and Gas Food Lodging – were filmed in the area. Border Foods' world's largest chile processing plant calls Deming, NM its home.LandThis parcel of land is just bigger than a quarter section.  It has minimal larger desert vegetation making it ideal for a place to put a home and spread out.  It is flat in terrain making it that much easier to get your dream place started.  Soils are sandy in this area. ImprovementsPowerlines are located on both the northern and western sides of the property making easy access to power. RecreationFlorida mountains are one of a kind and you have a view of them to your east.  If you love to explore the native american culture this is the place for you.  Enjoy a day trip and go vist the Gila Cliff dwellings just a couple hours up the road.  Ever heard of Poncho Villa? The park that explains the history is just a few miles down the road to the south.  Mountains are found within an hours drive of this location. Need amenities and places to shop? Got that coverd in Las Cruces the city of three crosses which is just an hour to the east. AgricultureGreen chile everywhere!! Not to mention many other crops, a couple trendy farms with farm stores and a growing farmers market allow you to access a lot of fresh produce year round in this area. Region & ClimateWith an average annual rainfall of approximatly 9″, our climate is classified as “arid continental.” Prolonged rainy periods are practically unknown. Fall, winter, and spring are normally dry; an average of only one or two days a month get as much as one-tenth inch of rain. There is some snow in the winter, but it melts nearly as fast as it falls. Because of our altitude (4331 feet), summers are characterized by moderately warm days. Maximums are mostly in the 90’s, rarely rising to 100 degrees or higher. Because of our elevation, the nights are comfortably cool. Our maximum temperatures usually occur during June, while in July and August frequent afternoon thunderstorms tend to hold down daytime temperatures. Our winters are noted for their clear skies and sunny weather. Daytime temperatures, even during the coldest months, average well into the 50’s. As may be expected in arid climates, humidity year round is low, sometimes as low as 5%.Winds average around 10 miles per hour for the year, with the prevailing direction being Westerly. Sometimes, as elsewhere in the Southwest, during late winter and spring, moderate to strong winds blow and bring blowing dust.The average temperatures in Deming range from a low of 30.5 degrees with the coldest month being December. The high is 82.1 degrees with the hottest month being July. The wettest month is August and the driest months are April and June. We normally have about 100 days with the temperatures over 89 degrees but the relative humidity is only 25%. Snow fall is about 1″. (Remember, these are only averages.) HistoryDeming was founded in 1881, but its history stretches back nearly a millennium, to the flourishing era of the Mimbres civilization. In villages along the Mimbres River, the Mimbres Indians lived, farmed and produced their world-famous pottery, painted with distinctive birds and animal figures. They vanished in the 13th century, following the arrival of Spanish settlers. After the Americans came to the Southwest around 1800, Deming was known as a notorious Wild West town, where outlaws were banished after they’d been captured elsewhere. Nonetheless, in the 1850s, Deming became a stop on the famous Butterfield Stage Trail, the world’s longest stagecoach line, which carried passengers and U.S. mail between St. Louis and San Francisco. More fame came in 1881, when Deming was established as a prominent railway town, named for Mrs. Mary Deming Crocker, the wife of railroad baron Charles Crocker. Here, the Southern Pacific met the Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe, thus completing America’s second transcontinental railroad. Over the years, Presidents Hayes, Harrison, McKinley, Roosevelt and Truman all were met with a grand welcome at the Deming train depot, which sits across the street from Pit Park. Today, Deming is a vibrant community in the heart of the Old West, known for its outdoor adventures, world-class museum, award-winning wineries, annual events and more. LocationEl Paso Internation Airport is approximately 100 miles away allowing one to fly anywhere in the world when needed.

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