The Paseo del Rio Grande is an extremely rare find adjacent to the river with an exceptional location in New Mexico’s largest metro. This is truly a spectacular parcel of real estate having awesome access to the Rio Grande River Bosque in Albuquerque.
The Paseo del Rio Grande is a slightly irregular shaped with its longest boundary (east) fronting along the Corrales Riverside Drain. There is a solitary wooded bridge, one of the only bridges of its type for miles, crossing the Corrales Drain providing access to the Rio Grande River Bosque. The tract also fronts paved Alamo Road on its west boundary. The Paseo del Rio Grande’s acreage is 15.1671 per the most recent survey completed.
The Paseo del Rio Grande is located in Albuquerque’s prime north valley area. Paved road access is provided by nearby Coors Road NW. The tract is located just southeast of the Paseo del Norte and Coors interchange adjacent to the river levee/Bosque. To drive by, take Coors south to the first stoplight, turn left, and make another left onto Alamo Road. Follow Alamo Road to the end and the tract will be on your left. Alamo Road is a very quiet road with almost no inbound or outbound traffic as only private ownership is at the end of the road. Google Alamo Road Albuquerque and the computer will give you its exact location with the red balloon being just south of the parcel.
Lots 2-A and 2-B, as shown and designated on the Plat of Lots 2-A and 2-B, Lands of McCoy and Darnell Within Sections 17, 18, and 19, Township 11 North, Range 3 East, N.M.P.M., Bernalillo County, New Mexico, April 2011; which Plat was recorded on May 27, 2011 in the records of the County Clerk of Bernalillo County, New Mexico as Document #2011049931
2014 Property Taxes:
Approximately $2,176 to the County of Bernalillo; MRGCD Water Taxes were approximately $420.
Improvements consist of an older frame stucco dwelling that is currently used as a caretaker’s home, a wood pole frame hay-equipment shed, and a concrete block 4 bay utility storage shed. Water is delivered via irrigation ditch on the north boundary line of the tract.
Any minerals owned will be transferred to a new owner. Mineral status is not known as of this offering.
Remarks: Tracts of this nature are extremely rare in Albuquerque’s north valley. This parcel offers a multitude of uses for the discriminating owner. It is one of the largest undeveloped parcels fronting the Rio Grande in New Mexico’s largest metro. If you have been searching for a tract that offers various opportunities, the Paseo del Rio Grande should be your highest consideration.
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