Ranch Property and Chama Homes for Sale
If you’re looking for a place to get away from it all and small towns and mountains appeal to you, Chama, New Mexico real estate as a second home or destination may be perfect for you. Chama is in Northern New Mexico, so there are plenty of outdoor activities available year-round to keep you fit and active. The population is small at approximately 2,000 of permanent and part time residents, but Chama is a favorite vacation destination for many in the New Mexico area and a popular place for second homes. Linda has a second home in Chama, knows the area well and can help you find the perfect place to build your dream vacation home or an existing home that’s just right for you!
You can find rustic log homes with metal roofs in Chama (known as Northern New Mexico style) as well as log homes and lodge-style homes. The rustic look suits the wooded, mountainous area well. You can purchase a log home in the woods or you can buy riverfront Chama, NM real estate and have your ideal home built. In addition to helping you find property in Chama, Linda can refer you to reputable contractors, roofers, plumbers and all the other workmen you’ll need to build your home.
Chama is still natural and unspoiled. Wildlife and mountain flora abound. You can look out your window and see elk, deer, foxes, bald eagles and other birds of prey. Fishing and hunting are popular pastimes in Chama. The Chama River as well as the Brazos River, offer superior fly fishing and nearby lakes Heron and El Vado offer lake fishing for both bass and salmon. If you’re looking for a place to build a hunting cabin or vacation home, take a look at Chama real estate. Have you always dreamed of living the real Southwestern lifestyle? Linda can help you find Chama, New Mexico ranch real estate where you can have horses and cattle.
Besides hunting, fishing, hiking, winter sports and water sports, Chama, New Mexico offers more sedate activities like riding the Cumbres and Toltec Scenic Railroad steam train from Chama to San Antonito, Colorado through the Cumbres Pass. You can take an herb walk and learn about all the plant life in your yard and in the forest. You can visit a real dinosaur dig in nearby Abiquiu at the world famous Ghost Ranch. If you’re interested in astronomy, the altitude and lack of light pollution in Chama make stargazing breathtaking. Eating out is a culinary delight at one of Chama’s locally owned and operated restaurants or cafes, where you can experience real Southwestern cuisine.
Chama has a thriving arts scene. Georgia O’Keefe lived and worked in the Rio Chama Valley. Three museums offer you the chance to learn about the nature and culture of the Rio Chama Valley area. No matter the time of year and what level of activity you prefer, there’s always something to see or do in Chama.
If Chama, New Mexico sounds like the little piece of heaven on earth you’ve been searching for, contact Linda DeVlieg today. Linda will work with you to find a Chama home or real estate that you’ll love.