Immerse yourself in the great outdoors on this Socorro County, New Mexico property in the delightful Willow Springs Ranch, which includes electric and phone services in the area. This 160.096 acre ranch will let you own a piece of history as this land was part of the Pedro Armendaris Land Grant #34 granted by King Ferdinand VII of Spain in 1819. Drive right up to your property and experience the freedom that comes with ranch living.
We also offer for sale Lots 6, 38, and 39 in the Willow Springs Ranch for those interested in purchasing an even larger stake in the Ranch. These four main lots have been surveyed and subdivided into primarily 40-50 acre parcels, providing flexibility to sell off the smaller parcels if desired.
Own a piece of the breathtaking New Mexico landscape with this property. Unique landmarks of New Mexico are just around the corner, with this property being less than ten miles away from the Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Refuge, and less than 50 miles from Rock Canyon, the Cibola National Forest and the Sevilleta national Wildlife Refuge. Outdoor activities, such as camping, hiking, and exploring, are just some of the many benefits of owning this property. Take advantage of owning a solid investment that you can stand on and enjoy.
This property also offers a strategic location for supplies and provisions, being roughly ten miles from the 25 highway, and approximately 25 miles away from the city of Socorro (population of 8,906). You can also take some time to visit town and enjoy the good restaurants and city entertainment. Albuquerque (population 557,169) is just north approximately 100 miles thus giving you access to one of the key cities of New Mexico. This property provides a reasonable balance between nature and city access.
This property is also located roughly 145 miles away from El Paso, 140 miles from Santa Fe, and 340 miles from Tucson. Experience the New Mexico landscape by becoming an owner of this parcel, which offers a unique opportunity for recreation and a solid investment.