Located within Woods Subdivision, Pie Town Catron County, and accessible via a gravel road of Mustang loop, this power-ready lot with aromatic juniper and cedar trees nearby is a good location for homes to be erected. Mobile homes are also allowed but with the restriction that it should not be nearer than 65 feet to the street line nor nearer than 25 feet to the side lot line and the rear lot line shall have a 20-foot utility easement.
This gorgeous high plains property has a gradual slope with some hills and sandy loam clay soil property that can be used to grow flowers and commonly used household veggies. Located inside the subdivision, this property assures a peaceful neighborhood. In fact, there is a shared community well. According to the townsfolk, there is a community well where you can fill up your water storage tanks.
Famous for its Pie Festival, Pie town offers more than just flavor but, somehow reflects the rich American Culture's origin.
Just an hour from Pie town lies the Village of the Great Kivas known for its prized impressive array of petroglyphs. Pie town is positioned in Catron's boundary to Gila National Forest, a place worthy of a visit.
Catron County also poses a lower number of natural disasters than the US average and is considered as the 3rd least populated county of New Mexico.
It's not common to find a property like this with power and possible access to water!
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