SAN PABLO CANYON
700 ACRES - $495,000
San Pablo Canyon is a wonderful opportunity to acquire 700 acres of northern New Mexico land less than 2 hours from both Santa Fe and Albuquerque while offering multiple cultural and outdoor recreation opportunities. The property includes an operational water well and on-site electrical. Year round access to the property is off Old Highway 44 and a county maintained road.
San Pablo Canyon sits between 7,000-7,300 feet in elevation and includes a 300-foot elevated ridge-line with San Pablo Valley on the south side and Senorita Valley on the north side. The property has views of the Naciemento Mountains to the east, table-top mesas to the west. The property is forested primarily with piñon pine and juniper with a variety of grasses and blooming flowers in spring and summer. The southern portion of the property is located in San Pablo Valley and is where the water well and electricity is located along with an open-air storage barn.
For elk hunting enthusiasts, San Pablo Canyon is located in NM Game Management Unit 6A with close proximity to the Jemez Mountains and Santa Fe National Forest. The property has received one muzzleloader and one bow hunt authorization tag each year for over 9 years. Elk and mule deer are resident many months each year. Read all about Unit 6A on the H&A Outfitters website HERE.
If you like to take day trips, there are many fascinating expeditions to nearby attractions including:
Jemez Springs - in a bit over an hour, you can visit the Village of Jemez Springs which has great art galleries, natural hot springs, historical monuments and even has a buddhist zen center. For outdoor enthusiasts, just head up the Jemez Valley for multiple fishing, hiking and wildlife viewing opportunities in the Santa Fe National Forest.
If you are a hiker or mountain-biker, the painted mesas at San Ysidro just over 30 minutes away are a great option and if you are a bit more adventurous, hiking up Cabezon Peak or exploring the 40,000+ acre San Pedro Peak Wilderness is just down the road.
For a unique cultural experience, you can visit Chaco Culture National Historical Park which dates back to 850 to 1250 AD. Explore the park through guided tours, hiking & biking trails, evening campfire talks and nightly sky programs. The park has also been designated an International Dark Sky Park. Head out in the evenings and capture the magic.
Looking for boating and fishing opportunities? Great! Head on over to Abiquiu Lake and take your boat out for a day of fishing or soaking in the waters of northern New Mexico.
Not ready to build your new vacation, retirement or full-time home? No problem, Suenos Encantados y Casa Vieja Bed & Breakfast is located next door to San Pablo Canyon. The B&B is a perfect place to stay for your guests; to stay while building your dream home; or when you visit to enjoy all the property and surrounding area has to offer!