Looking for New Mexico ranches? This one-of-a-kind 33-acre (+-) beautiful property lies five miles east of the historical little town of Lincoln, in Lincoln County, with private access from highway 380. The 2,200 sq.ft. adobe home was originally built in 1905 by Fred Vorwerk, the son-in-law of James Dolan, one of the principal participants in the famous Lincoln County War in 1878 which also ended the life of Billy The Kid.
Yes, a river runs through it – a quarter of a mile of the beautiful Rio Bonito, with 16.5 acre feet of senior water rights dating back to 1853 attached to it. The river runs year-round through this magnificent foot-hill property, attracting a number of wildlife right out your back-door; Mule Deer, Elk, Barbary Sheep, Turkey, Bobcats and more, with Brown Trout and Beaver inhabiting the river.
Miles and miles of horseback riding and hiking trails are accessed through the adjoining Bureau of Land Management lands and ultimately U.S. Forest Service land. This is a hikers, horseback riders and nature lovers paradise.
In New Mexico where water is scarce and water rights are at a premium, the Senior Water Rights that come with the purchase of this rare property are priceless.
This lovely adobe home has all the modern amenities inside while maintaining a stylish interior.
A bright kitchen ready for you to personalize!
33 (+-) deeded acres with senior water rights