Why Choose Datil, New Mexico in Catron County to call home?
Welcome to 54 Lance Lane in Datil, New Mexico 87821 at the Edge of Cibola National Forest off of 1-25,US route 60 and NM state road 12. Population: 300,000 ELK that is. Catron County, NM has approximately 3000 residents and approximately 300 residents in Datil. The Datil Elementary school provides grades K-6. You have a general store and Horse Mountain Fire Station approximately 4 miles from the property. The main post office and Fire Station is located in Datil, NM. Closest Clinic is in the town of Reserve which is 40 miles from the property. TEE PEE Subdivion information is as follows: TeePee Ranch Landowners Association P.O. Box 202 Datil, NM 87821 TeePee has the following amenities: A community well that is used amongst residents in the Tee Pee subdivision. You see the community well and community center to the right after entering the subdivision. There is a reserveable community center next to the community well. Tee Pee’s HOA charges $75 per lot and dues are collected in January. For your 10 acre property your dues are $150.00 A YEAR. There is a separate trash fee which is $50 a year and $3.50 per 4 Fifty gallon trash bags. There is no trash pick up, you are responsible to haul your trash
Here is more information on your custom home located at 54 Lance Lane in Datil, NM 54 Lance Lane’s main home is a custom home on a solid rock foundation. The roof is a high quality Mueller metal roof. Flooring in the main home is solid Douglas Fir purchased from Old Wood LLC in Las Vegas, NM. Windows throughout the home are double pane, double hung energy efficient windows from Andersen Windows. You own the well that is shared between the main home and the guest home. Both the main home and guest home have their own 500 gallon propane tanks. Both homes have separate septic systems and share the high producing well at 13 gallons a minute. Owner did not cut costs and used Black Poly Pipes. Electric is run to both homes and both have HVAC and pellet stoves, their own refrigerated air condition units, a wrap around porch, attached 2 car garage with heat and a doggie door in each. The homes were raised to take advantage of the gorgeous views. There is a single stall close to the main home for 1 horse. You have a wood stove heated bunk house close to the 1 horse stall that could easily sleep 4 to 6. You can enjoy the peacefulness of your property because the main home is on one 5 acre tract and the guest home & barn are on the second 5 acre tract. The property is wooded and nicely laid out for privacy. Main home has a beautiful wrap around deck with a sunken jaccuzi tub set on the back side of the deck just outside the dining area. From this deck you can frequently see the mule deer and ELK on your property . While driving to the property I saw a herd of Antelope in the plains. You can see more Elk in Apache Creek. The 10 acre property is completely fenced and both of these homes have been separately fenced with horse fencing and cross fencing. The guest house has its own separate fence as well. You have a Barn on this property along with a pig pen. You have room in this area for RV parking, a pasture with possible room for an arena or two more homes if you want ( one more on each 5 acre tract)! Barn is 36x36 Breezeway barn with 12x12 sized stalls– 2 stalls are used for feed and tack. Barn also has water, electric outlets at each stall, and a phone line. Barn has water, power and phone line and electric at each stall. Main and guest home have DSL connections. Refrigerated AC units in both the Main and Guest home. The guest home is a manufactured home built in 2011. You will find it to be a larger 1680 SF home on a permanent foundation with electric, a pellet fireplace, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths-owners suite has a garden tub and a separate shower, a private enclosed sunroom, attached heated garage with a storage loft and a doggie door. You also have a beautiful wrap around porch with views and privacy, its own fencing and its own gate entrance from the main road with a private entrance to walk up to the main house or down to the barn. HUNTERS: BLM LAND is 27 square miles. You have two private accesses to BLM Land for private trail riding or primitive hunting (black powder or bow & arrow) SORRY no motorized vehicles allowed. One entrance is only a half mile from your property and the second is a mile away! Property could be used as a corporate rental. NO Land Zoning here. Keith Riddle is the Catron County Assessor and his information is as follows: M. Keith Riddle Catron County Clerk P.O. Box 197 100 Main Street Reserve, NM 87830 Phone number is 575-533-6400 Fax is 575-533-6453 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org