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$282,000 80 acres 3 Beds | 1 Bath | 1 ½ Bath | 1839 sqft
Springer, NM 87747 - Colfax County

Springer, Colfax County, Northeast, NM Farms And Ranches - 80 Acres

ACREAGE: 80.00 +/- Deeded Acres IMPROVEMENTS: House An approximately 1,839 sq. ft. 3 bedroom, 1 bathroom home with all appliances. The home features some open family spaces with high ceilings to display trophies, big windows, bathing the home in natural light and central kitchen dining area. It even has a built in jen air grill and hot tub in a side room. A variety of building materials, including frame, adobe, on a crawl space with wood exterior and metal pitched roof. Besides the passive light/heat from the windows the home also features a couple of solar panels on the roof. The home has been added to three times over the years with the original home built in the mid 1970s. Other Buildings The farm side of the property has a modern appro
Timothy John O'Neill O'Neill Land, LLC.
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$2,650,000 2,668 acres
Springer, NM 87730 - Colfax County

Twenty Hatchets Ranch

Twenty Hatchets Ranch is a uniquely secluded wildland inholding on northern New Mexicos legendary Canadian River Canyon. Surrounded by hundreds of miles of undeveloped high prairie grasslands, this 3,268 acre (2,668 deeded) canyon ranch controls eight miles of the Canadian River and boasts unparalleled scenery and wildlife habitat. Perennial river flows in the semi-arid environment create a robust riparian zone, and when combined with the unique features and cover of the 800 deep canyon, Twenty Hatchets Ranch serves as sanctuary to trophy elk, mule deer, pronghorn, aoudad sheep, wild turkeys, black bear and mountain lion. With historically significant archaeological sites and original Hispanic homesteads, Twenty Hatchets has been recogniz
Mirr Ranch Group Mirr Ranch Group
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$159,900 0.16 acres
302 Maxwell Avenue, Springer, NM 87747 - Colfax County

Springer, Colfax County, Northeast, NM Land For Sale

Located 25 miles east of Cimarron. Iconic building in Springer, popular tourist stop on the long trek for generations of travelers to the mountains of New Mexico. 7,000 sq ft of land (50' X 140') and the 2 story 7,812 sq ft Brown Hotel . The bottom floor includes lobby, cafe, kitchen, baking area, storage and living quarters. 11 of the 16 rooms upstairs have been rented out. Open a B&B, restaurant/hotel, private residence, office space, or retirement home for old cowboys. Come and see. Real Estate Only.
Timothy John O'Neill O'Neill Land, LLC.
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$45,000 1 acres
Springer, NM 87747 - Colfax County

Springer, Colfax County, NM Land For Sale

A straight forward investment opportunity with positive cash flow. There are four trailers on the property with each paying $80/month plus tax. There is room for one more short trailer. Very peaceful end of town located one block from the Springer Assisted Living facility. Close to the high school as well. You could buy this and put your own trailer on it and collect the rent to help pay off the property.
Timothy John O'Neill O'Neill Land, LLC.
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$225,000 71.72 acres 3 Beds | 2 Baths | 1614 sqft
1619 Hwy 58, Springer, NM 87747 - Colfax County

71.72 acres Springer, NM

Family farms are almost a thing of the nostalgic past. There are a few places every now and then where they have been brought back to life and been re-invented as home-based garden business or just a plot to raise your own beef. This family farm and ranch site is the perfect candidate to be brought back to life. 71.72 acres of farm and ranch land that is just begging for new life. Antelope Valley Irrigation District water rights, fenced, with some cross fencing, a ponding area for tailwater and some elbow grease and you can turn a sleepy little property into a new family homestead for your own legacy. Outbuildings include a stone building for storage, a couple of pens with turnouts and lots of room to expand. Well priced for a new beginning
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$290,000 80 acres 1 Bed | 1 Bath | 720 sqft
424 Springer Lake Road, Springer, NM 87747 - Colfax County

80 acres Springer, NM

Old ranch homesteads speak your soul. A bygone era that can't be relived and a time when life was simpler, people and animals were priorities and getting your crops in the grainery meant having enough to last through hard times. This 80 acres has the remnants of that lost era still hanging on and thriving. There are 4 separate pastures that can be used for rotation, most are planted with alfalfa and broam and are all irrigated. 67 shares of water rights from AVID keep the pastures watered and fill three dirt ponds. The outbuildings are all functional and perfect for the small farm set up. You get one 28 x 28 metal shop with a concrete floor, 110 and 220 electricity, work benches, wood stove, and large sliding bay doors. There is one
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$179,000 53.72 acres 3 Beds | 2 Baths | 1614 sqft
1619 Hwy 58, Springer, NM 87747 - Colfax County

53.72 acres Springer, NM

Family farms are a almost a thing of the nostalgic past. There are a few places every now and then where they have been brought back to life and been re-invented as home based garden business or just a plot to raise your own beef. This family farm and ranch site is the perfect candidate to be brought back to life. 53.72 acres with the extra 18 acres from the property to the east and you can have 71.72 acres of farm and ranch land that is just begging for new life. Antelope Valley Irrigation District water rights, fenced, with some cross fencing, a ponding area for tail water and some elbow grease and you can turn a sleepy little property into a new family homestead for your own legacy. Outbuildings include a stone building for storage,
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$45,000 18 acres
TBD Hwy 58, Springer, NM 87747 - Colfax County

18 acres Springer, NM

Family farms are a almost a thing of the nostalgic past. There are a few places every now and then where they have been brought back to life and been re-invented as home based garden business or just a plot to raise your own beef. This family farm and ranch site is the perfect candidate to be brought back to life. 18 acres with Antelope Valley Irrigation District water rights, fenced, and plenty of room to build or set your home. You can turn a sleepy little property into a new family homestead for your own legacy. This property comes with a water meter for the community water system.