The median home value in Vado, NM is $146,250This is lower than the county median home value of $172,378.
The national median home value is $231,815.
The average price of homes sold in Vado, NM is $146,250.
Approximately 71% of Vado homes are owned, compared to 22% rented, while 7% are vacant.
Vado real estate listings include condos, townhomes, and single family homes for sale.
Commercial properties are also available.
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Nicely kept mobile home is set on a spacious 1.25 acre lot in pleasant Vado. This well layed out single wide offers an open floor plan, plenty of kitchen cabinetry, metal shop and carport. Enjoy the privacy of a larger lot! Call today to schedule a showing!
230 ACRES BETWEEN LAS CRUCES NM AND EL PASO TX. IDEAL FOR RANCH, HORSES, CATTLE, FARMING, INVESTMENT OR DEVELOPMENT. LOCATED IN THE MIDDLE OF THE ''ORGAN MOUNTAINS NATIONAL MONUMENT'' Outstanding views at the edge of the mountains enjoy this big space only minutes from Las Cruces NM and El Paso Texas, all wire fence , Improved with two solar electric systems , two water wells, New Log Cabin 1700 square feet , over 10.000 square feet of new sheds and buildings. Two acres on Pecan trees and two acres on Pomegranate threes, includes 2160 square foot Nursery, easy access from I-10 Interstate.
Nice solid Brick veneer Home recent New Metal Roof, 3 Bedroom 2 full bath, All tile. All City utilities, Fan in All rooms, will be deliver with Refrigerated air, 1247 S.F. big Lot 0.34 Acre all rock wall fence for any building project or keep your vehicles. Big Storage/Hobby shop included.Easy access to I-10 Between Las Cruces NM and El Paso Tx, a must see.
Welcome to your new farm! This 22.007 AC farm is being sold with 21.8 AC x 4.5 AC-FT combined underground/surface water rights. The farm is located adjacent to the Mesquite drain south of Vado, NM. There is no well currently. The farm has historically been utilized as a row crop farm for the growth of a variety of crops popular in Southern NM. The property would be fantastic for a horse property, small farm, pecan farm, hemp farm, a residential site and so many more uses. The area is well-known for growing chile, cotton, corn, pecans, alfalfa, silage, melons and more.
This is the first time this 43 AC property has been individually marketed. The property has a combination of farm land and developed land. The developed land was recently cleared of old dwellings and other structures. There is power on the property. There are also 28.6 AC of irrigated lands that have 4.5 AC-FT combined underground/surface water rights. There is an old domestic well on the property, but it is unknown as to the condition of it. An irrigation well will need to be drilled by buyers. Surface water administered by EBID is accessible. The farm has historically been utilized as a row crop farm for the growth of a variety of crops popular in Southern NM. The property would be fantastic for a horse property, small farm, pecan farm, hemp farm, a residential site and so many more uses. The area is well-known for growing chile, cotton, corn, pecans, alfalfa, silage, melons and more.
Farmland has become a hot commodity in the Rio Grande Valley. With pecan farming becoming more popular and chile being a NM favorite, attention has turned to the Mesilla Valley. This 63.05 AC of row crop farmland is located between El Paso, TX and Las Cruces, NM in Vado. The farm has an irrigation well that is not currently operable. The farm is being sold with the 59.64 AC of combined surface and subsurface water rights at 4.5 AC-FT per AC. The farm has a concrete ditch and lies adjacent to the Three Saints Lateral that conveys the EBID surface water from the Rio Grande. Take a drive south of Las Cruces to see this fantastic piece of farmland.
This dairy and feedlot is located between El Paso, TX and Las Cruces, NM in Vado, NM. This is a unique opportunity to grow feed on the very facility that livestock reside. The dairy facility/feedlot consists of a large milking parlor, an abundance of corrals, grain storage, semi-truck parking, truck cleaning facility and maintenance facilities, equipment storage, a full office, truck scales, lagoons, water supply wells, monitoring wells, commodity storage and hay storage. Portions of the farm are irrigated by EBID and underground water. In addition to the combined irrigation water rights on a portion of the dairy, there are water rights associated with the dairy.
424 N. Main St. Ste. 100,
Las Cruces, NM 88001 | Phone: (575) 644-5666 |