Southwestern pueblo style custom home on acreage with views of Grants Mesa and Horace Mesa. Environmentally conscious about your carbon footprint? This "RASTRA" home is perfect for you. If you are ready to get away from the hustle and bustle of where you are to a place that is still within an hour of the international airport and provides most amenities of the city within an hour drive this is a match made in heaven! Land Lot has private driveway with native vegetation.  Additional graveled area to park toys, boats and trailers. Improvements Custom home has a kitchen designed by a chef.  Ideal design with wonderful island and untreated red oak countertops and custom cabinetry.  Saltillo tiles with plenty of little furry friend paws within the tiles giving it extra character throughout. Fish fossil in the wall and sunshine face on the exterior.  Fireplace in master bedroom has been hand finished by seller.  Back yard has existing sprinkler system to help create a wonderful east facing yard to spend plenty of time outside on the porch. Recreation Here are some outdoor activities you can enjoy in Grants, NM: Fishing and Boating: Bluewater and Ramah lakes are popular fishing and boating destinations in the area. Bluewater Lake State Park offers fishing, boating, hiking, and camping opportunities. Hiking: The El Malpais National Monument and the Cibola National Forest offer several hiking trails with varying difficulty levels. The trails offer scenic views of the surrounding landscape and the ancient lava flows. Camping: The Cibola National Forest has several campgrounds that offer a range of camping options, from primitive to developed sites. The campgrounds are located in scenic areas and offer access to hiking trails and other outdoor activities. Mountain Biking: The Grants Bike Trail System offers several miles of mountain biking trails with varying difficulty levels. The trails are located in scenic areas and offer views of the surrounding landscape. Region & Climate Enjoy 4 seasons as Grants, New Mexico has a semi-arid climate characterized by hot summers and cold winters.  The city receives an average of 11 inches of rain and 15 inches of snow per year. The wettest months are July, August, and September, during the monsoon season. The average high temperature in summer can reach into the 90s Fahrenheit, while winter temperatures can dip to as low as zero degrees Fahrenheit. The average low temperatures in winter and summer are 18°F and 52°F respectively, while average highs are 47°F and 87°F. Here is a table summarizing the historical weather data for Grants, New Mexico: Month High Temperature (°F) Low Temperature (°F) Rain Amount (in) Snow Amount (in) January 44 16 0.73 5.25 February 49 19 0.66 2.98 March 57 25 0.73 1.59 April 65 31 0.59 0.24 May 74 39 0.61 0.0 June 85 49 0.59 0.0 July 86 55 2.2 0.98 August 83 53 2.2 0.0 September 78 46 1.54 0.0 October 66 34 1.1 0.73 November 54 24 0.71 4.02 December 44 16 0.85 4.39 History Grants, New Mexico was founded in 1872 as Los Alamitos by Don Jesus Blea. It was later renamed Grants after Canadian brothers Angus, Lewis, and John Grant who were awarded a contract to build a section of the Atlantic and Pacific Railroad through the region. The town prospered from railroad logging in the nearby Zuni Mountains, and it was a section point for the Atlantic and Pacific, which became part of the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway. After the decline of logging in the 1930s, Grants-Milan gained fame as the “carrot capital” of the United States. Agriculture was aided by the creation of Bluewater Reservoir, and the region’s volcanic soils provided ideal conditions for farming. Grants also benefited from its location as airway beacon and later by U.S. Route 66, which brought travelers and tourists, and the businesses that catered to them. Then the uranium mining boom took place and Grants NM was the leading uranium producer in the world. Location Grants is the county seat of Cibola County and is located along the Trails of the Ancients Byway, one of the designated New Mexico Scenic Byways. The city is also known as the “Uranium Capital of the World” and “Gateway to Lavaland”. Grants has a population of 9,163 people according to the 2020 Census. The city has a history of logging, mining, and tourism. It is a growing tourist destination, favored for its fishing and boating at Bluewater lake, its proximity to the Ancient Puebloan ruins, and its outdoor recreation in national monuments and forests. Albuquerque International Sunport, locally known as the Sunport, is the primary international airport serving the U.S. state of New Mexico, particularly the Albuquerque metropolitan area and the larger Albuquerque–Santa Fe–Las Vegas combined statistical area. It handles around 5.4 million passengers annually and over 400 flights daily. ABQ is located in Bernalillo County, between the Rio Grande and the Sandia Mountains, east of Old Town and Barelas, 3 miles southeast of downtown, south of the University of New Mexico and directly to the west of Sandia National Laboratories and Kirtland Air Force Base

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Acreage: 2
Price: $619,000  
MLS/Other ID: 1300
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