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Land Specialist for Mora County and Surrounds

 

Would a turkey live here? (40+ do!)

Location: MM 5.3 on Hwy 434 between Mora and Guadalupita. See map.
Access: Hwy 434
Number of Acres: 43 +/-
Approximate Elevation: 7500' +
Outbuildings: Three barns, Greenhouse, Storage buildings
Title Insurable: Yes
Fencing: Yes, fenced and cross fenced
Zoning: Mora Development Guidance System
Taxes: $2355.61 in 2011
Restrictive Covenants: None

$395,000

 
Financing: cash, new finance

House:

  • Construction: frame, stucco – Territorial style
  • Approximate square feet: 2300+/-
  • Bedrooms Two
  • Bathrooms Two
  • Additional rooms Combined utility, workshop and storage space, plus a window lined studio

Utilities:

  • Electric: Mora/San Miguel Electric Co-op
  • Telephone: La Jicarita
  • Water: well
  • Gas: propane
  • Sewer: septic

Shall we start at the beginning? Enter the property through a solar powered gate, and cruise along the pasture to the forested portion of the land via a well maintained base coarse road, suitable for a low slung car or your SUV. Set up as a horse ranch, you’ll see that the pasture is fenced and cross fenced appropriately. Swing around a bend in the road and into the house site, tucked perfectly (and privately) into a bowl, protected nicely from the famous NM winds…


Entrance to the property Leading up towards the home site


Approach to the house Tucked into a hidden bowl
away from the winds of NNM


A long portal welcomes you to the house -a lovely space to relax and view the pond setting in front of you.


Front portal Detailing on the porch

Pond view from the home
 
Enter into a spacious great room with hard plastered walls and beamed ceiling and immediately feel at home. Open country kitchen with Heartland stove and farmhouse sink blends into the dining area – a large pantry set off to one side allow for prep work out of the open area. An office area is tucked away allowing for private work space without being shut off from the main flow of the home.


Great room Dining area


Great room, looking into kitchen area
 


Heartland gas stove  

Two inviting spacious master bedroom suites bracket either end of the house – the attached baths are a delight, each showcase antique claw foot tubs.


View out south master bedroom window South master bath


South master bedroom suite North master bedroom suite


North master bedroom suite North master bath


 
At the rear of the house is the mother of all mud/utility rooms. Capacious storage, workshop space, utility and mechanical room are all blended into a warm, welcoming work atmosphere. Oh, I almost forgot! The floors are warmed with radiant heat, and there’s a lovely wood stove in the living room.


Utility, storage, workshop area Utility room and storage area
(door leads out to covered porch)



Via a separate, covered porch enter the light, bright studio space.


There are three 15X 30' barn spaces – one for hay and tack, two for animals.


The south side of the home has a small greenhouse and raised garden beds, all done organically to date.


  Raised beds and greenhouse



 
I could go on and on and still not do this place justice – you’ll just have to see the attention to detail for yourselves…. Oy – I mustn’t forget to tell you of the turkeys! A large flock of wild turkeys frequent the property – they won’t convey with the title, but if you’re nice, I’ll bet they’ll stay…

Here’s the turkeys (and you thought I meant the owners…)!

Note: The information supplied on this property are gathered from sources deemed reliable. No warranties, either express or implied, are made by sue strebe real estate. Purchasers should verify all facts. This listing is subject to prior sale, withdrawal or change by owner.
 
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