38B Private Dr. 1754A, Chama
2 Bed/ 2 Bath/ 1,751 Sqft
This newly constructed custom home is situated in the sought-after Brazos Canyon, south and east of Chama. Tucked away at the end of a well-maintained private drive, this residence has two bedrooms and two baths, featuring numerous upgrades. Enjoy the convenience of two decks adorned with Trex decking, hickory cabinets, pine floors, and a striking hammered copper farm sink. Both bedrooms offer attached baths, showcasing beautiful tile work. Ascend the custom stairway to the second level, where you'll find a spacious covered deck off the main bedroom, providing sweeping views of the 11,000-foot Brazos Cliffs. Additional highlights include a sizable crawl space for storage, a 22KW Generac generator for backup power, a wood storage shed, and a 16X34 barn/garage. The property encompasses a 2.45-acre lot, graced with tall, mature trees such as ponderosa pine, gambrel oak, and juniper. Nearby public access to the Brazos River offers excellent fishing opportunities, while the area boasts numerous rivers, lakes, and streams. Chama is conveniently located just 20 minutes away, with Pagosa Springs, CO, less than an hour's drive. This log-sided beauty, less than 5 years old, showcases a pro panel roof and is situated in a private gated area. Whether you're seeking a family weekend retreat or a full-time residence, envision the possibilities as you bask in the tranquility of the cool, green mountains of northern New Mexico.
Chama is renowned for its stunning natural beauty, surrounded by the majestic San Juan Mountains and lush forests. The town is situated in the heart of the Rio Chama Valley, providing breathtaking views at every turn. The area around Chama is a paradise for outdoor activities. Visitors can enjoy world-class fishing in the pristine waters of the Chama River and nearby lakes, as well as hunting, hiking, biking, and horseback riding in the surrounding mountains and wilderness areas. Chama is home to the historic Cumbres & Toltec Scenic Railroad, one of the most scenic and well-preserved steam-powered narrow-gauge railroads in the country. Visitors can take a ride on this historic train, winding through spectacular landscapes and steep mountain passes. Despite its small size, Chama boasts a charming downtown area with locally-owned shops, restaurants serving delicious Southwestern cuisine, and welcoming community events throughout the year. Wildlife enthusiasts will appreciate the abundance of wildlife in the area, including elk, deer, bald eagles, and other species. Birdwatching, wildlife photography, and nature observation opportunities abound.