John & Laurie Williams
(The Owners, Sellers & Landlords of this Property - John is a Disabled American Veteran)
P.O. Box 23097, Albuquerque, NM 87192
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INTO SKIING AND SLEDDING?: Some folks do not want to move from snowy areas because they love skiing and sledding more than they hate shoveling snow, skidding on ice, freezing and gray skies. Our home is right on the edge of the great Rocky Mountains - legendary for skiing and snow sledding - with ski slopes in the area. We also have the legendary White Sands National Monument - where you can sled down its steep gypsum sands slopes in warm sunny weather.
Thank YOU very much for your time and attention.
If after reading our webpages of interest you have any questions, concerns
or suggestions about the property itself or about our website, any lease or
sale provision, or anything else that is making you hesitate to lease or buy
our property, please email or call us. If your questions, concerns or suggestions
is reasonable, we will try our best to accommodate you, answer your questions,
clarify statements, or do whatever else we can reasonably do to lease or sell
our property to you.
NOTE: Images vary in age.
BEST LOCATION IN TOWN: Top left image is of NMSUA with International Space Hall of Fame / Planetarium / IMax on upper right of this image. Bottom left image is of the Gerald Champion Memorial Hospital (Otero County and Holloman, AFB Regional Hospital) Pulmonary and Sleep Studies hospital complex as taken from our adjacent Property. No home is closer than ours to this critical medical facility. If you have a cardiac emergency, minutes can mean the difference between life and death! Right top image show Indian Wells Rd. from our property up to the western edge of the magnificent Rocky Mountains. Bottom right image shows the big new Walmart across Indian Wells Rd. from our Property, with apparently cheapest gas in town. Very convenient for groceries, drug prescriptions and general household items. In the dead of Winter, and you or your child is sick, you will need to get meds as fast as possible.
More images north east of our Property. Three images of New Mexico State University at Alamogordo, and one of The Imax Theater (on left of top-right image) and the International Space Hall of Fame (on right), with a real Saturn Rocket display in between them), all nestled in the arms of The Rocky Mountains. Some folks get a big challenge out of jogging or hiking up and down the road going up to the Space Hall of Fame. And of course, the mountain hikes are very nice; we usually start our hikes just behind the Space Hall of Fame. Top-left image was taken across the street from our home with NMSU-A's big live performance theater in the foreground. NMSU-A has among its curricula a great nursing school.
More images of the very large Indian Wells Medical Plaza clinic (ie: Gerald Champion Memorial Hospital Pulmonary and Sleep Studies Annex) is just behind out backyard. Top left image is taken from just across Indian Wells from our property. Bottom left image shows our home between two of our big trees in left of image. Roof of our home and the two trees are also shown on left of right image, above sign arch.
The very large Southern New Mexico Surgery Center clinic is just two blocks from our home. Top image shows how huge this clinic is.
Additional medical clinics within a couple of blocks of our home. Top-left is the Women's Specialty Services. Bottom-left is New Mexico Sonographics, Inc. Top-right is Indian Wells Family Practice, LLC. Bottom-right are two images of the very large Alamogordo Medical Plaza, which will house the Southern New Mexico Surgery Center and the Alamogordo Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine clinics.
Premier Fitness & Health Spa just one block from our home. This is a large and popular regional gym.
Additional dental/medical organizations. Top-left is the Family Dentistry office. Top-right is Dr. Robert E. White, DDSPC, General Dentistry office. Bottom-left is the Alamogordo Home Care and Hospice. Bottom-right is the State of New Mexico Division of Vocational Rehabilitation offices.
Top-left is a southward view down our street, Crescent Dr., taken from the sidewalk in front of our home (Crescent Dr. currently T's into Indian Wells, so it does not extend north past Indian Wells). Notice the mountain part on the left. It is known as the "Apache Maiden." Legend has it that her Apache tribe was chased up into the mountain where they fought bravely against their pursuers and attackers (some say by U.S. Cavalry, others say by another Indian tribe). During this struggle, she was killed. When she fell down backwards, she turned into stone and became a part of the mountain. Her long flowing hair, head and face are at the very top. Her breast is just left of the tip of the pine tree, and her belly, legs and feet lie below that. Bottom-left image is a shot down Indian Wells westward from about a block east of our home. The thin white line you see along the bottom of the distant mountain (bottom left image) is part of White Sands National Monument - a popular recreational area. The right image is taken from the northeast corner of our property eastward, and it shows that the awesome Rocky Mountains is just a few blocks down the street from us. Just to the left (not shown) is the International Space Hall of Fame, The Imax Theater, and New Mexico State University, Alamogordo, as shown in the top images.
New, expensive home subdivision right across Indian Wells from our home. Photo was taken from our property. New Mexico State University, Alamogordo, is shown in the image background. The large bushes also shown are creosote bushes - a plant which flourishes in this area. Some folks believe that creosote tea made from creosote leaves are purported to be an ancient and powerful natural cure for cancer and other ailments (we are not medical professionals and can't and don't make medical claims or advice).
These images are of the vast new and ever-expanding Gerald Champion Regional Medical Center facilities, located near NMSU-A, and about a mile from our home. The top 3 images are a panoramic view of the main hospital complex. The remaining 3 images are other buildings located in this complex. Some believe that Alamogordo is destined to become one of the major medical centers for the American Southwest.
AView of the famed International Space Hall of Fame and Imax Theater (Planetarium) complex. Top images are views of the building and some of the outdoor displays (the museum is crammed-packed inside with many exciting space exhibits). Bottom left image is the platform that groups provide free live performances during the Spring, Summer and Fall seasons, and also shows an excellent view of the "Apache Maiden" (see above), and some of Alamogordo in the distance. The bottom right images show additional panoramic views of Alamogordo, with the Imax Theater in the middle right image on right side, and the back of some of NMSU-A is shown in the bottom right image.
Thank YOU very much for your time and attention. If after reading our webpages of interest you have any questions, concerns or suggestions about the property itself or about our website, any sale or lease provision, or anything else that is making you hesitate to buy or lease our property, please email or call us. If your questions, concerns or suggestions is reasonable, we will try our best to accommodate you, answer your questions, clarify statements, or do whatever else we can reasonably do to sell or lease our property to you.
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