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Giggling Springs Hot Springs OFF MARKET

Giggling Springs Hot Springs For SaleHot Spring property and 15 years of established business (rated #1 destination in Jemez Springs on TripAdvisor.  See Visit on Facebook and YouTube!
Located in northern New Mexico's quaint, and spiritually-rich, mountain Village of Jemez Springs, (Jemez Springs was named the All America City in 1995).
*1.67 commercially zoned acres with large Cottonwood trees, abundant foliage and stunning mesa/mountain views.
*4 historically significant, renovated cabins.
*Award winning geothermal heating system installed in each cabin. (Partnering in 2008 with Sandia National Labs of Albuquerque for the design of the system, we received the SBA's New Mexico Innovative Business Award). 
*Jemez River Frontage.  (The boundary of the property actually goes to the middle of the Jemez River). 
*A prime, vacant parcel that borders the National and State Scenic Byway, Highway 4. 
*Geothermal sub artesian well, 55 gals/min. 139 degrees F.  with excellent therapeutic mineral content.  (Currently using 8-10 gallons/minute for existing pool).
*Outdoor geothermal mineral water flow thru pool, currently licensed and regulated by the State of NM Health Department for cleanliness and safety. 
*2 shade-providing ramadas with hand carved posts near pool.  Australian Shade sail above 1/2 of the pool.
*10x20 Tuff shed/workshop with loft.
*10x10 insulated storage shed.
*Irrigation water rights. 
*Great off-grid potential, with natural hot/cold running water and off grid heating all ready underway.  Strong solar potential.  Good place for greenhouse, heated with geothermal water.
*Excellent location, with a relatively mild climate.
*Historic nostalgia. The property is the site of original bath house of the area, built in the mid 1800's.  It is still standing, currently unusable.
*DSL, Community water and sewer.  
*Surrounded by restaurants and lodging. 
*Year round location with easy access, and County maintained roads.
*Excellent quality of life, with great business expansion potential for someone wanting to own a small Spa/Healing Resort with lodging.  (Or, also great for private residence or shared family retreat center).
*Located 45 minutes to 1 hour from Rio Rancho/Albuquerque, 1 hour and 15 minutes from Albuquerque International Airport, and 1 and 1/2 hours from Santa Fe.
Nearby Attractions:  
*National Recreation Area/National Forest
*Bandelier National Monument
*The 99,000+ acre Valles Caldera National Preserve
*Jemez State Monument
*The Jemez Pueblo
*Several hiking/biking/skiing trails
*Trout fishing and abundant wildlife
*...and a little further are Santa Fe, Taos, and Chaco Canyon


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