40 acre irrigated horse property near the Northern New Mexico village of Miami has a 1910 adobe home that has been extensively remodeled while retaining its original charm. Horse facilities, barns, very functional and well-maintained improvements include the following: 3 bay equipment shed with oversized tack room (insulated w/electricity); 2,480 sq ft 4-bay barn (water and electricity); metal hay barn with loft; 12 X 20 shop; 5 pipe-railed pens w/ concrete alley and overhead gates. There are 2 graneries for storage as well. Property has private working well in addition to the 40 existing shares in the Miami Water Users Association. Seller is motivated to move this scenic, well-watered and hard-working slice of rural New Mexico. Schedule a private showing now.