This rare property, translated into English means "The Road of the Grandfathers". It is one of the largest, rustically beautiful parcels of vacant land located in and around the village of Galisteo. This wild, untamed land sculptured by the hands of nature is as if god's fingers combed deeply through the land leaving carved arroyos by the rain, wind, and periodic rushes of water during summer storms. Plateaus grace the land with numerous species of birds, exotic grasses, blooming cactus, and choices for the perfect building sites. Ever-changing colors and shadows reflect the ripples through the land as it reaches the southern pinnacle of the mysterious "Hogback Ridge," once used by ancestral Indians as circular look outs for approaching animal herds, foes and friends. Scattered fragments of bone, broken pieces of potshards, obsidian flakes left over from chipping arrow heads, petroglyphs drawn on black volcanic rock are tucked in and out of crevices within the naturally created rock walls. - A plethora of treasures lying directly under your feet. There is a well shared amongst other landowners in the McKee Subdivision. Additionally, there are water rights on the property that will convey at the time of sale. This land of timeless beauty lies conveniently between the metropolises of Santa Fe and Albuquerque. Guided tours upon request.
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