$1,900 Down + $375/mo for 65 months (HOA/Property Taxes will be prorated into your payments)
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Welcome to your new homesite in the stunning Angel Fire development.
Angel Fire is a small village in the stunning Rocky Mountains of New Mexico. It’s home to Angel Fire Resort, with some of the best ski slopes and terrain parks, plus a summer mountain-bike park and zip line.
This is one of the few properties in the area being offered with flexible owner financing. This property can be yours for just $1,900 down. Please see purchasing options listed below.
Homes in the area routinely sell for 6-7 figures. This land is ideal for those looking to develop a homesite or seasonal cabin. With that said, these properties are not intended to be used recreationally (i.e camping, parking RV’s, etc)
Ownership of this lot comes with acacss to the Angel Fire Resort and all its amenities. This includes golf, tennis, hiking, biking, or skiing, Angel Fire Resort offers something fun for every season. The annual $1,400 dues pay for access to the resort amenities, as well as road maintenance and utilities to the property.
A note on the HOA: The Association of Angel Fire Property Owners governs membership in the HOA and provides support and guidance for property owners within Angel Fire. The AAFPO publishes construction guidelines and issues building restrictions for the subdivisions. Here is the abridged version of the guidelines set forth by AAFPO:
Residential use only
Minimum building size of 1,200 sq. ft.
No noxious or offensive activities
No logging or timbering of property for commercial use
Reasonable property setbacks apply
Cash Price: $17,500
Terms Price: $1,900 Down + $375/mo for 65 months (HOA/Property Taxes will be prorated into your payments)
* Total Finance Price: $26,275($1,900 Down + $375/mo for 65 months (HOA/Property Taxes will be prorated into your payments)*
Lot Size: 0.79 acres
Property Taxes: $589.48
HOA/POA: Yes, POA
POA Yearly Fees: $1,395.00/Year
POA Regulations: Yes
Time Limit To Build: None
Access: Well Maintained, Graded Roads
Power: Underground/In The Area
Phone: Underground/In The Area
Water: In The Area
Sewer: By Septic
Elevation: 9,780 ft
Conveyance Document: Warranty Deed
Type of Closing: Title/Escrow
Doc Prep Fee: Waived
Taos: 27 miles (52 min)
Las Vegas: 67 miles (1 h 34 min)
Santa Fe: 95 miles (2 h 7 min)
Albuquerque: 157 miles (3 h 1 min)
Points Of Interest:
Angel Fire Resort (Just 3.7 mi from the Property)
The resort was originally used for cattle grazing. In 1966, the LeBus family converted it into a resort.
Angel Fire is a village in Colfax County, New Mexico, United States. The population was 1,216 at the 2010 census. It is a popular ski resort destination, with over 500 acres (2.0 km2) of slopes. Angel Fire and nearby communities experience cold winter temperatures and mild temperatures in the summer.
To the north, off U.S. Route 64, is the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, begun by the family of fallen United States Marine David Westphall, who was killed in the Vietnam War on May 22, 1968. Angel Fire is on the Enchanted Circle Scenic Byway.
It has a golf course and over 70 runs, one of which was, in the 1990s, the “second-biggest lift-serviced vertical drop” in New Mexico, at 2050 feet. Mountain biking has also become a prominent draw, and the resort has hosted multiple events. A majority of the resort’s customers are Texan, explaining the annual “Big Ol’ Texas Weekend,” a celebration of Texan culture.
Eagle Nest Lake State Park ((Just 15.4 mi from the Property))
Eagle Nest Lake State Park is a state park in New Mexico, United States.
The park is located outside Eagle Nest, approximately 30 miles (48 km) east of Taos. It was established on July 3, 2004. Its main attraction is a 2,400-acre (9.7 km2) lake which is popular for fishing and boating in the summer, and ice fishing and snowmobiling in the winter.
The lake itself is a man-made reservoir created when the Cimarron River was impounded by the Eagle Nest Dam in 1918. Before this, the St Louis, Rocky Mountain and Pacific Railroad did some grading work in 1907 on an unfinished extension from its terminus at Ute Park to Taos, including boring a tunnel here.
Cimarron Canyon State Park (Just 22.8 mi mi from the Property)
Cimarron Canyon State Park is a state park of New Mexico, United States, located 3 miles (4.8 km) east of Eagle Nest in the Colin Neblett Wildlife Area. The park extends for 8 miles (13 km) along the Cimarron Canyon between Tolby Creek and Ute Park. The Palisades Sill forms spectacular cliffs above the Cimarron River here.
The park is home to a newly constructed visitor’s center in the Tolby campground, as well as three developed day use areas. The park includes numerous trails, which are used for hiking in the summer and snow shoeing in the winter, the most popular being the Clear Creek Trail, which follows the Clear Creak and offers views of several small waterfalls. Throughout the year, you can expect to see deer, elk, bear, turkey, and many species of birds. Self pay stations are located throughout the park at all campgrounds and some day use areas. Day use permits are $5 per vehicle per day, although other fees may apply for users of the Colin Neblett Wildlife Area.
Sugarite Canyon State Park (Just 86.3 mi from Colfax County)
Sugarite Canyon State Park is a state park of New Mexico, United States, in Colfax county featuring a historic early-20th century coal-mining camp and natural scenery at the border of the Rocky Mountains and the Great Plains. The park is located on the Colorado–New Mexico state line 6 miles (9.7 km) northeast of Raton, New Mexico.
Sugarite Canyon is located east of Raton Pass in a sparsely-populated region of lofty, steep-sided, flat-topped mesas; cone-shaped volcanoes; and old lava flows. Sugarite Canyon State Park, 3,600 acres (15 km2) in size, consists of a stream valley flanked by basalt cliffs with Bartlett and Little Horse Mesas to the west and Horse Mesa on the east. Elevations in the park are from 6,950 feet (2,120 m) at the park entrance to 8,350 feet (2,550 m) on top of Little Horse Mesa. The park is about 4 miles (6.4 km) long and 1.5 miles (2.4 km) wide.
Things To Do In Taos
Taos Pueblo (Just 31.0 Mi from the property)
Taos Pueblo (or Pueblo de Taos) is an ancient pueblo belonging to a Taos-speaking (Tiwa) Native American tribe of Puebloan people. It lies about 1 mile (1.6 km) north of the modern city of Taos, New Mexico. The pueblos are considered to be one of the oldest continuously inhabited communities in the United States. This has been designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site
Taos Ski Valley:
Taos Ski Valley is a village and alpine ski resort in the southwestern United States, located in Taos County, New Mexico. The population was 69 at the 2010 census. Until March 19, 2008, it was one of four ski resorts in America to prohibit snowboarding.
Pueblo Balloon Tours
Taos Wine Tours
Sipapu Ski Resort
Some of these photos are from the surrounding area.
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