1892 Pecan Dr., De Baca County, Fort Sumner, NM - For Sale
Property Type: Farms
THE PROPERTY: The land consists of 150+ acres with 107 water right acres. This property is a combination of Irrigated Farm Land and Recreational Land. In the past there was an extensive gravel mining operation on the property. When in production the past owners mined the gravel below the static water table leaving a series of lakes on the property. These lakes are deep and have an excellent environment for fish. There are many largemouth bass and other species of fish in the lakes and with some management could make a great place for your own fishing or could be a business venture charging others to come fish and camp. The lakes cover approximately one third of the property.
along with the fishing there is approximately 40 acres of farm land in production now and another estimated 30 acres that could be put into production.Terrain & Vegetation:
TERRAIN AND VEGATATION: The terrain is relatively flat. There are many mature trees around the lakes and could be thinned to enhance the beauty and functionality of the property. The open area is flat and could be put into farm land.Livestock Operation:
WATER: There is a total of Fort Sumner Irrigation District water apparent to the property. There is also 9 acer feet of commercial water tied to the property that can be pumped from the lakes.Improvements:
IMPROVEMENTS: The improvements consist of a 50’ by 40’ metal shop with an office and a set of commercial scales. The property is fenced with locked access.Wildlife:
WILDLIFE: There is and abundance of Mule Deer living on the property and seasonal Ducks, Canadian Geese, Sandhill Cranes along with other species of birds and small wildlife.Broker Notes:
BROKER NOTES: For the hobby farmer, hunting and fishing enthusiast this is a small piece of heaven. This could also be a great commercial property by putting in some RV hookups and commercializing the fishing. These are big enough to have small fishing boats and with some husbandry processes implemented could make a fishing experience the RV’ers would come back to time and time again.