And Gated Access
Earnest Money Deposit: $1,000.00
The Deer Canyon Preserve is set on the western edge of Chupadera Mesa and includes parts of the mesa’s western slope. The area is dominated by piñon-juniper woodland with areas of open grassland. The Property includes habitat for a variety of mammalian species including elk, mule deer, black bear, and mountain lion, in addition to golden eagle, turkey and other species of wildlife. It is also valuable habitat for a wide array of other native birds species. The New Mexico Land Conservancy holds an easement over an adjacent approximately 1,800 acre property on top of Chupadera Mesa called Goat Canyon. Together these conserved lands provide a large tract of open space and wildlife habitat in an area facing development pressure. The properties are used by nearby residents as scenic open space and for passive recreation, and are visible from Highway 55, “The Salt Mission Trail”, and Highway 60.
DCP has a planning & building commission which oversees the designs for estates within the Preserve in an effort to maintain a certain uniformity and eco-friendly design among the homes in the area. For reference, think 'Santa Fe style.'. This being said, the covenants that govern this area are very reasonable and allow for additional structures such as studios, guest houses and barns. DCP is RV friendly but places a ten day restriction on the length of time you can live in one while enjoying the Preserve. Albuquerque is less than an hour's drive from DCP and Santa Fe and Ruidoso are both within an hour and a half, making it easy to enjoy the nightlife, concerts, sporting events, museums and casinos common throughout these major cities. Even better? Great skiing is only an hour away among the slopes of Ski Aapache!
This property was closed on and its title insured through New Mexico Abstract Company.
NOTE: We are requesting an upfront Non-Refundable Earnest Money Deposit of $1,000. This is not an installment sale and there is no financing offered. This is a cash transaction. After we have your Deposit we will contact you about how to proceed with finalizing the purchase, whether it be by credit card, wire transfer or title & escrow. If you elect to close through escrow, buyer will be responsible for all closing costs.
For more information about the Covenants and Restrictions in place throughout DCP, we've provided a helpful PDF linked in the table below. Please review this to get a better and more comprehensive sense of the rules that govern this area.
|Location||Torrance County, New Mexico|
|Lot Size||19.92 Acres|
|Available Financing||Click Here To Read About Financing Options|
|Legal Description||Deer Canyon II, Lot 56; Section 36, Township 3N, Range 6E Survey E/351 Phase II Amended|
|HOA Yearly Fees||$795.00/year|
|HOA Rules & Regulations||CCRs (PDF)|
|Time Limit To Build||None|
|Access||Well Maintained Dirt Roads|
|Power||At The Lot Line/Underground|
|Phone||Throughout The Area|
|Water||Shared Community Well|
|Sewer||Septic Or Alternative System|
|Conveyance Document||Warranty Deed|
|Type of Closing||Buyer's Choice|
|Doc Prep Fee||Waived|
|Nearby Towns||Belen: 26 miles|
|Los Lunas: 36 miles|
|Albuquerque: 48 miles|
|Ruidoso: 81 miles|
|Santa Fe: 87 miles|
|Roswell: 125 miles|
|Taos: 141 miles|
|Points Of Interest||Mountaineer Tourism Site (Link)|
|Ruidoso Downs Racetrack & Casino (Link)|
|Mountain Gods Resort & Casino (Link)|
|Ski Apache (Link)|
|Things To Do In ABQ (Link)|
|Things To Do In Santa Fe (Link)|
|Santa Fe County Tourism Site (Link)|
|County Contact Info||Torrance County Assessor's Office (505) 544-4300|
|Torrance County Planning & Zoning (505) 544-4390|
|Town of Mountainair (505) 847-2321|
|HOA Contact Info||Deer Canyon Preserve HOA (Link)|
|Deer Canyon Community (Link)|
|New Mexico Land Conservancy (Link)|
Earnest Money Deposit: $1,000.00
Disclaimer: While The Hemingway Land Company does extensive research on all our properties prior to listing them, there are always County-specific rules/regulations we will not be aware of. The information provided on this page is, to the best of our knowledge, correct. All prospective buyers, however, are encouraged to contact the county at the links and numbers provided in this table to confirm that whatever plans that buyer has for the property in question are in fact legal, feasible and permitted. Due diligence is the buyer’s responsibility and all sales are final.