El Morro Valley... home to its namesake National Monument, rich in Native American history, not far from the National Forest and Continental Divide and Audubon Certified Bird Friendly area. A place of peace and serenity with mature pinons, pine forests and grasslands where elk, deer and wild turkey abound. An escape where dark, star studded skies offer quiet solitude to rejuvenate the mind and the soul. Bordered by Coyote House ruins which is protected Nature Conservancy land and El Morro Valley Ranch- a small, family run Certified Grass-fed cattle ranch, this 35 acre parcel is uniquely poised. The building site captures the incredible views to the striated sandstone bluffs of the Gigantes to the south and Zuni Mountains to the north. It is said the building footprint has been blessed by a native spiritual chief. With elevated southern exposure for passive solar, the Archaeological Conservancy has agreed to move or split the the 5-acre building envelope into a 3-acre site for the main residence and a 2-acre site for accessory buildings. Roads are county maintained and schools are in Ramah.
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