$199 down and $145/mo for 40 months.
It truly does not get much better than this.
1.27 acres of wooded mountain land next to the Lincoln National forest in New Mexico. Lot has been subdivided into two separate parcels. Keep both or recoup part of your investment by selling one of the two lots.
Come park your RV (for up to 180 days if utilities are connected)
Make this property yours for just $199 down and $145/mo for 40 months.
Or you can buy it outright for the discounted cash price of $4,700
Both options require a $249 document prep fee.
Residential – 800 square foot minimum to build. Mobile homes and camping in a tent are not allowed. A travel trailer/RV may be used for up to 30 days. If it is connected, can be used up to 180 days per year.
HOA/POA: No. Timberon Water & Sanitation charges $61.15/Year for water. Water line available at road, just need a meter which is $675. F&S fees are charged yearly as well and they are $30/Year
Access: Dirt road
Sewer: Septic can be installed
Water: Timberon Water & Sanitation does charge $61.15/Year for standby water. Water meters which is $675.
Property Tax: $12.00 per year.
The Timberon Subdivision lies about 88.8 miles north of El Paso Texas and 43.5 miles South Southeast of Alamogordo, New Mexico. Alamogordo was a 2005 finalist for the All-America City Award, America’s original and most prestigious community recognition award. Alamogordo is the commercial and governmental center for the county. It is a thriving center of 35,000+ residents.
Key Features close to the Timberon, New Mexico area include:
LINCOLN NATIONAL FOREST: Elevations range from of 4,000 to 11,500 feet pass through five different life zones from Chihuahuan desert to sub alpine forest.
WHITE SANDS NATIONAL MONUMENT: White Sands is New Mexicos number one National Monument attraction. Here, great wave-like dunes of gypsum cover nearly 300 square miles of desert. The dunes are ever changing, growing, cresting, then slumping, but always advancing.
CARLSBAD CAVERNS NATIONAL PARK: There are several tours available at the National Park both guided or self directed.
SKI APACHE: America’s southern-most major ski area. It is the ultimate winter playground for skier and snowboarders of all skill levels.
Timberon lies nestled in the Sacramento Mountains in South Central New Mexico and averages out at an altitude of about 7000 feet above sea level. We are surrounded by the 300,000 acre Lincoln National Forest to the north and east, while the military has McGregor Range to south and west.
The development of Timberon covers approximately 9,000 acres and is located next to Oliver Lee’s historic Circle Cross Ranch. The best way to get to Timberon is to take the beautiful, paved Scenic Byway out of Cloudcroft towards Sunspot. This is about a 30 to 45 minute drive.Looking over Timberon by the Mountain Times. The golf course is a long and challenging nine holes. Ed Jennings was instrumental in the building of this course and ran it for the first couple of years with only the help of his wife and son. Ed passed away in November 2005. There is also an airstrip, swimming pool, fishing lake, and many other opportunities for outdoor recreation.
There is an extensive road system that goes throughout Timberon, meandering all over the different subdivisions of the development… up and down hills, through valleys and meadows, and in and out of ravines. The roads within Timberon must be treated as if you were driving through the National Forest… you don’t know what it will be like until you are there. A road that was good last year might not be that way now, and vice-versa. Downtown is paved, and the rest of the roads are gravel… many are smooth, but some can get quite rough.
Timberon is not like Ruidoso, or Cloudcroft, it is the frontier of the Sacramento Mountains. There is “Nothing Fancy” on the frontier. You can, however, lose yourself in the beauty and solitude of the area. Timberon is like being in the National Forest, but with convenient facilities available to live comfortably and activities for you to participate in… if you wish! You can bring your horses or 4-wheelers and ride, hunt arrowheads, hike, fish, golf, swim, etc..