Here is an opportunity to acquire a property that is a legacy to the days when the small villages of northern New Mexico thrived in remote mountain valleys. The Village of Vallecitos dates from 1776 and was the center of an active comunity of farmers, ranchers and loggers. This property was one of the principal commercial buildings into the 1950s. It has now been abandoned for over 50 years and fallen into nearly complete ruin. However, the village is going through a bit of a renaissance. There is an active new community center, the home next door to this lot has been completely remodeled with lovely new fencing along the main street. The Catholic Church across the street is lovingly maintained. There is a community water system, a local fire station and recently installed high speed fiber optic internet service. Surrounding the valley are hundreds of thousands of acres of Carson National Forest. Recreation opportunities abound. Fishing in the Rio Vallecitos is excellent. The sellers make no disclosure with regard to the property, they have never used or occupied the space, and are selling it as is. There may be some restoration potential but that is speculation.
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