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  • 400 feet of direct highway access (county-maintained asphalt NM-290) to place an ingress/egress easement

  • Electric and phone utilities available at the boundary

  • Community water is available for household and septic needs

  • Water rights are included on 1.9 of these acres as determined by the NM State Engineer

  • Fenced in along  the south and the highway boundary

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13.8 Acres - Parcel Two

  • Residential building sites provide scenic views of the entire valley

  • Unique: the San Juan creek and the Vallecitos Creek converge here

  • Privacy: the western border provides seclusion and the northern border is National Forest

  • Fenced along each boundary

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Irrigation Water Rights

  • Senior Water Rights (Pre-1907)

  • Priority date: 12/31/1815

  • Diversion: 5.866 acre-feet per annum

  • Consumptive Use: 2.933

  • Acres: 1.9

  • Purpose: Irrigation

  • Status: Adjudicated 

Featuring 19.56 acres in Ponderosa, a pastoral farming village in central New Mexico homesteaded by Spanish settlers in the mid-18th century. Pre-1907 senior water rights are included with two adjoining parcels to provide the chance to build your dream home or secluded getaway on this undeveloped ranch land just north of the Ponderosa Valley Vineyards and within very close proximity to northern New Mexico's Pueblos and cherished outdoor recreation areas: Jemez Springs, Fenton Lake, the Valles Caldera, and a vast number of natural springs and hiking trails. The Paliza Family Campground is a 10-minute drive north. A 45-minute scenic drive heading south will take you to the major shopping centers and it is not far to get to Albuquerque (53 mi), Los Alamos (55 mi), or Santa Fe (80 mi). Surface water is supplied to the residents by reservoirs and the Ponderosa Community Acequia. Ground water can be accessed with private wells. Phone, electric, and community water (MDWCA) are available at the boundary (Hwy NM-290). No other property has both San Juan and Vallecitos Creeks which converge here beneath a variety of indigenous trees (Cottonwood, Piñon, Juniper, Oak, and Cedar) on this site that is ready to be developed for any endeavor. 

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