Youngsville, Rio Arriba County , New Mexico
• Rivers Bend Ranch and Grey Hills Ranch are both 500-acre tracts of land (totaling 1,000 acres). Rivers Bend Ranch contains the structures and overlooks the Chama River (Rio Chama). The adjoining Little Rio Chama Ranch is approximately 500 acres and also overlooks the Chama River. All three lots are separately deeded with CCR’s in place (including for surrounding properties).
• Access to the property is via a dirt Mesa Prieta Road which has two punch code gated entrances from SR 211 and paved SR 96. Access to the home on Rivers Bend Ranch also has a third punch code gated formal entrance. The neighboring owners contribute to a local neighbor for various road maintenance through access easements. Road maintenance covenants in place.
• Driving access to the Chama River is in place on Rivers Bend Ranch, but needs to be bladed due to non-use.
• All three lots have access to Carson National Forest/
• Overlooking the Piedra Lumbre Land Grant, the Rio Chama flows through the Piedra Lumbre Valley to Abiquiu Reservoir, one of the great water resources of Northern New Mexico. The 5,200-acre lake forms behind the earth-filled Abiquiu Dam, before the Rio Chama, continues on its way through the town of Abiquiu and finally joining with the Rio Grande at Ohkay Owingeh 28 miles to the south. The reservoir
is a keystone of New Mexico’s recreational pastimes, with outdoor enthusiasts engaging in camping,
hiking, swimming, boating, and fishing along the 12- mile lake. Pedernal and the sublime red sandstone landscape of the Abiquiu area, inspired the work of the internationally acclaimed artist Georgia O’Keefe.
Chama River Canyon Wilderness Area.
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7CGP+FG Youngsville, Youngsville, Rio Arriba County, New Mexico
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