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$135,000 9.4 acres
TR 2 Calle La Placita, Lincoln, NM 88338 - Lincoln County

9.4 acres with water rights at Historic Lincoln,NM

This 9.397 acres in the Historic Village of Lincoln has water and electric readily available if you are looking to build. In addition, there is an acequia with ditch water rights in the amount of one acre or 3.25 acre feet. It has paved frontage and is level at the frontage and then upsloping at the back of the property. There is plenty of level ground on this 9.397 acres for building or gardening. It currently has a water tap in the Lincoln water system, come by and have a look, in the Lincoln Historic District. Here is an opportunity to buy almost 10 acres with water rights!
Stacy Turney Mossy Oak Properties NM Ranch & Luxury, LLC
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$3,163,000 84.65 acres
124 Orchard View Road, Lincoln, NM 88338 - Lincoln County

Laughing Sheep Ranch Lincoln, New Mexico

WATER, WATER, WATER - THIS IS A DROUGHT-PROOF PROPERTY. Laughing Sheep Ranch is an excellent, drought-proof 84.65 acre paradise in Lincoln, New Mexico. The ranch/farm has 42 acres under irrigation, almost unlimited water rights and Rio Bonito frontage on both sides of the river for approx. 1 mile. This property not only has papered water but millions of gallons of crystal clear sweet spring water from the Capitan Mountains and Bonito Watershed. The current owner has built 6 quaint cabins and a 4500 sq. ft. farm-to-table restaurant that can easily be converted into another residence. The main residence is a 3 bed, 2 bath ranch classic. Four ponds are stocked with trophy-size trout and one with very large bass. This is a magnificent property,
Galles Properties Galles Properties
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$775,000 3 acres 5 Beds | 2 Baths | 3466 sqft
826 Highway 380, Lincoln, NM 88338 - Lincoln County

3 acres Lincoln, NM

Western history buffs, be delighted! The Dolan House in Lincoln, NM enjoys a fascinating chapter in America's wild-west history with Billy the Kid's famous jail break in April 1881 & the stage of the Lincoln County war that raged from 1876 to 1879. Jimmy Dolan, politically connected & Governor Lew Wallace hired Pat Garrett as sheriff of Lincoln County specifically to arrest Billy the Kid. The Dolan house was built in 1883 & 1884. Jimmy Dolan had 20,000 bricks made for the house. The house consisted of six rooms & an entry way. All six rooms in the main house are the same size - 14ftx14ft with 12 ft ceilings & 20 inch thick walls. At the back of the house there was a breezeway & then a separate building that served as the summer kitchen & di