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Ramah, NM 87321

Cibola County, New Mexico

5.24 Acres
$18,750 USD
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Owner Financing:

- $750 down (plus the $250 doc fee)

- $750 down $250/Mo for 72 months (plus prorated taxes and $10/Mo note maintenance fee)

Named for the mythical seven cities of Cibola, Cibola County is the newest county in New Mexico as it was only created in 1981 out of what was a much larger county (Valencia) that has since been made into smaller counties. The county seat of Cibola County is Grant, New Mexico. This 5 plus acre lot is near Ramah, home to the Ramah Navajo Indian Nation. The Zuni Reservation also calls the area home close by.

Cibola county is actually known for its numerous Uranium mines that are plentiful in the area. There is currently no county zoning, so you can set up camp (or RV) on your lot as long as you like while you dream up what you want to build (just don't dump any waste on the lot). If you do bring a mobile home, house trailer, or camp trailer on the property, the subdivision requires that it must be covered within 2 years so as not to distract from the natural surroundings. Contact the county QCC director before building anything, and make sure your permits are on the up and up. Ready to get cracking cowboy? Give us a call to make this property yours.

Subdivision: Tierra Verde

STREET Address: N/A, near Ramah, NM 87321

State: Nm

COUNTY: Cibola County, Nm

Zip: 87321

Size: 5.24 acres

LOT Dimensions: 337 feet x 695 feet

Apn: R08762

Legal Description: Lot numbered Twenty-Nine (29), Unit Five (5), Tierra Verde Ranchettes, as the same is shown on the plat of said subdivision filed in the office of the County Clerk of Valencia County, New Mexico on the 25th day of April, 1978.

Lat/Long Coordinates:

Nw: 34.957604, -108.218046

Ne: 34.957607, -108.216936

Sw: 34.955717, -108.218040

Se: 34.955707, -108.216936

Elevation: 7,481 feet

ANNUAL Taxes: Approx. $130 per year

ZONING: Cibola County does not have zoning - Cibola County does not have zoning. Not unless there is a deed restriction. You can camp on your lot as long as you don't dump any waste on the lot. Nowadays RV's and mobile homes are widely being used there, so it should be ok. If you are going to build out there, make sure to send a plat map to their QCC director before building, as well as all the proper building permits from the New Mexico Construction and Industries Division (Cid). Mobile Homes, house trailers, or camp trailers to be used as recreational dwellings must be covered within 2 years of placement in this subdivision so as not to distract from the natural surroundings.

Flood Zone: No



ACCESS: There is a dirt road on the Southern portion of the lot.

WATER: Would be a well, water haul and holding tank or other similar option

SEWER: Would be by Septic

UTILITIES: Power by solar, wind or generator, Phone by cellular, satellite Tv/Internet/Phone

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