A 1909 Homestead associated with the famous Chavez Land grant. After the land grant was invalidated by the US government, Saturnino Chavez filed for a homestead under the 1866 Homestead Act. He select a beautiful location on a West facing slop to build his stone home and developed a set of corrals and a water delivery system which carried water from Cottonwood Spring to the house and barn. Over the centuries the Chavez family lived on this country they lived with the Navajo and Apache, raised sheep and cattle, and today the remaining Chavez Ranch borders this property to the West. Whether history, hiking, hunting, or just enjoying this remote location, Saturnino Chavez Homestead is right for you. Access by Forest/County Road 123, it is well maintained and the neighbors are great! Elk, Mule Deer, Cougar, Bear and since it is located outside of a subdivision, the property will qualify for Elk tags and deer tags can be purchase OTC. Come see this property before it is gone.
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