Wednesday, May 20, 2015

Spectacular late spring weather!

As of 5-20-15 we have had some beautiful spring weather with regards to moisture. We still have a considerable amount of snow in the highest mountain ranges which is great for the irrigation, and also beautiful to look at. Trees are all beginning to come out. The aspen and the cottonwood trees are looking to blossom forth, the oak brush (encinoso) is also taking on new leaves and growth, and many fruit trees managed to miss the last killing frost. The irrigation ditches are flowing with new life, the "vega" land is full of moisture, and many stock tanks are filling up. Damn, it looks good. Even Storrie Lake is taking on some water. We have a number of new listings that are absolutely beautiful and priced right. Adjacent to the Santa Fe National Forest we have some property that is high mountain property. It is heavily timbered with fir, ponderosa pine, and aspen which could be harvested to help pay for the property. In addition the Sellers are willing to sell 50% of the mineral rights of the property. In the middle of the property or there abouts is a beautiful meadow which is home to turkey, mule deer, and elk. The owner is willing to sell all or part. Call me, Mack Crow, for a showing of this exceptional property. On the South side of the Santa Fe National Forest near Mineral Hill is a 92 acre tract with a beautiful seasonal creek running through it. It too has ponderosa pine and cottonwood trees and is so very peaceful. It has mountain meaadows that are as calming as the creek. It has good acess and is just about a half mile from the national forest for your motorized riding or if you prefer, a horseback ride or hike would be just as enjoyable. We also have a 500+\- acre tract 38 miles east of Las Vegas on the Northeast Highlands caprock. It is 60% "llano" land and 40% canyon country. Perfect horse\cattle country. It has a 114 year old residence that has been restored, a great barn, and it is off the grid with modern innovations. It is priced to sell. Again, call Mack. Good properties. Call for a showing

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