67 Waialae Dr TGC7-BLK19-Lot7

Located in the Timberon Gulf Course Subdivision Unit 7 Block 19 Lot 7

Section: TGC7-BLK19-Lot7
Address: 67 Waialae Dr, Timberon, NM 88350
Size: 0.502 acre
Description: 3 blocks from golf course, in burn area
Est. Taxes: Similar lots average about $30 a year
Price: $10,000
Sale Price: $8,000
Terms: Cash: 20% cash discount = $6,400

Down payment: $500

Document Fees: $500

Select Term: Choose your length of payment at time of purchase, 5-30 years. 10% interest, no penalty for early payoff. 1st payment due 30-60 days after closing, depending on payment selection date. Choose payment date, 1st-29th of the month.

Notes: Residential Only. No Farm Animals. All utilities accessible to lot, no time limit to build.

Restrictive Covenant 1

Restrictive Covenant 2

Please note, The Architectural Control Committee no longer exists.

The covenants pertaining to real estate in Otero County can be found at the Otero County Assessors website.

Otero County NM website

Otero County NM Assessor

Otero County Subdivision Plat Maps and Surveys

Restrictive Covenants

For more information about this lot please use the contact form below or use the contact info on our Contact page.

Timberon Water & Sanitation Dept. (575) 987-2250
Standby Fee: $61.15 a year per lot
Initial Water Meter Install: $675
Average Basic Monthly Water Bill (including Trash Service): $57.75
Facilities & Services Fee: $30 a year per lot


The Otero County Electric Company link for information about getting power to your lot is at:


Septic (New Mexico State Liquid Waste Regulations)

Septic for small lots: These options apply to lots that are less than ¾ acre:

ATM Advanced Treatment Unit. more expensive // are Small water treatment plants require maintenance & sampling

SPLIT FLOW SYSTEM – 2 plumbing systems gray water into regular septic black water into holding tank (1000 gal typical)

ET BED Septic tank w/ sand & gravel bed 120 X 120

RV must be into a tank

Contact for this area is Michael Montoya NMENV (575) 288-2050 or (575) 649-4107.

Another resource is the New Mexico Environment Department website for the most current information on residential and commercial requirements for septic systems.

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