Newly renovated riverfront property with on-site world-class trout fishing on the famed San Juan River! This property sits beneath a grove of old-growth cottonwoods and Russian olive trees, immaculately manicured natural landscape with riverfront access. Currently an AIRBNB fishing hub, this property is already an income producing investment on one of the great fly fishing meccas in the USA. Improvements This charming, turn-key fishing cabin on one of the Southwest’s premier trout fishing rivers awaits it’s new owner’s adventures! Currently an AIRBNB rental and booking up fast. The property has been recently renovated to include new flooring, furnace, stove, freshly painted, and updated décor. The cozy 3/2, two-story home sits on one acre and provides plenty of room for family, friends, or fishing clientele to hang out, tell stories and enjoy the serenity after a day on the San Juan. The main living space features a vaulted-ceiling living room with exposed beams, wood-burning stove, and an open kitchen and living room setup. There is also a second living room space on the main floor with built-in shelves that could be used as an office, additional bedroom, or reading room, with a patio that overlooks the river – simply open the doors and listen to the river run. The main floor also has a bathroom with shower, laundry room and a mud room with a chest freezer to store your daily limit of rainbows and browns. Upstairs you will find three bedrooms, each with large closets so there is plenty of room for storage, and a full bathroom. The house has a large covered front porch with plenty of room for barbequing and outdoor dining. The property also features an enclosed shed which could be used as the fishing headquarters with plenty of room for storage of gear and processing fish. There is a covered carport and another smaller covered pole shed for storage of mowers and rafts. Take a break and unwind at this peaceful oasis. Enjoy being surrounded by nature while you listen to the gentle sounds of the water, and wildlife, while in the shade of dozens of mature cottonwood trees. Recreation The San Juan River offers year-round world-class fly fishing for brown and rainbow trout. This property is located just south of the famous “Quality Waters” which is an approximately 4 mile long section of Special Trout Waters at the tailwaters of the Navajo Dam, and boasts an estimated 10000-12000 fish per mile averaging approximately 17” in length. Because of its location on the tailwaters of the dam, this section maintains a fairly consistent temperature year-round, meaning that whether floating or wade-fishing, anglers can expect a fantastic day on the river 365 days a year. Hunting: The property is located on the boundary of NM Big Game units 2A and 2B, which are widely regarded as New Mexico’s premier mule deer hunting units but also offer elk, antelope, turkey, and bear hunting opportunities. Navajo Lake and Dam Navajo Dam is a dam on the San Juan River, a tributary of the Colorado River, in northwestern New Mexico in the United States. The 402-foot high earthen dam is situated in the foothills of the San Juan Mountains about 44 miles upstream and east of Farmington, New Mexico. It was built by the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation in the 1960s to provide flood control irrigation, domestic and industrial water supply, and storage for droughts. A small hydroelectric a power plant was added in the 1980s. The dam is a major feature of the Colorado River Storage Project, which is designed to regulate water resources across the entire Upper Colorado River Basin. The reservoir, Navajo Lake, is a popular boating and recreation area and one of the largest bodies of water in New Mexico, with its upper portion extending into Colorado.