In 1978, the Federal Government created the Chama Canyon Wilderness and therefore closed over 78sq miles (50,000ac) to any future development. Caught up in this was a tiny subdivision that had been created many years before out of an old Land Grant on the Chama River. This small property appears to be the only private inholding in the entire Wilderness. Only 10 lots exist and none have changed hands for many years. The setting is spectacular, riverside below Navajo Peak and and along Dark Canyon Rapids. This is a place to truely "get away". This property has a tight well built dry cabin of quality construction and maintenance. It is surrounded by woodlands and a short walk to the Rio. There is an expansive deck with indoor kitchen area and living space. A fine wood stove easily warms this extremely well insulated cabin. This property includes two legal lots, one of which is vacant. If buyer qualifies, seller may consider a real estate contract.
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|PROPERTY TYPE(S)||Single Family|
|Jr. High School||Gallina|
|High School||Escalante High School|
|CONSTRUCTION||Frame, Permanent Foundation, Siding - Wood|
|HEAT||Stove - Wood|
|SEWER||Other - See Remarks|
|UTILITIES||None; Other - See Remarks;|
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