Mora Inn, RV Park & Kristy’s Korner Kafe
Here is a rare opportunity to purchase a existing business in the beautiful mountains in North Central New Mexico. Here is your chance to have it all. Located in the fabled Mora Valley in the foothills close up against the eastern base of the legendary and beautiful Sangre de Cristo Mountains, (the southernmost subrange of the Rocky Mountains) you will find the Mora Inn & RV Park and Kristy’s Korner Kafe. This property has so much to offer and is ready for the new owner to take it to the next level. The 1.4544 acres has full-service RV hook ups for short- and long-term stays. The motel rooms offer tranquility, quiet and unbelievable scenic views and vistas. The turn-key Cafe is complete with equipment and fixtures. Whether you want to watch the abundant wildlife, hike in the beautifully forested mountains, stroll along the nearby creek, enjoy the BBQ area, come for the hunting, fishing and skiing, take in the “Vistas of the Valley”.
Mora Inn & RV Park along with Kristy’s Korner Kafe is located in the beautiful Mora Valley between Las Vegas New Mexico and Taos, in Mora County, NM on Hwy 518 is for sale. There are 10 motel rooms, manager’s office plus a 2 bedroom room manager/owner’s apartment, 9 full service RV spaces, Café set-up with everything you need but is not currently operating due to COVID-19, the space could be many other things if you did not want to operate as a Cafe or it could possibly be lease out. There is “Fiber Optic Cable” for internet and the property provides WiFi for both motel and RV guest. The property also includes a two car garage, workshop additional adobe building that could be restored for an addition home on the property, all on 1.45 acres.
Enjoy the beautiful vistas of the valley as you take a peaceful stroll around the property. Relax, lie on a hammock under the cottonwood trees next to the creek, BBQ/picnic area.
An adjoining additional 9 acres with a 3 bedroom, 2 bath home, 2 additional RV hookups, two acequias (irrigation ditches with water rights) is available to purchase as a package with the Motel, RV Park and Cafe which would allow for additional expansion of the property. Contact listing Broker if interested
Mora Inn & RV Park, Kristy’s Korner Kafe is located in some of the most scenic country in New Mexico. Located 45 miles from Taos via NM State Hwy 518 along one of the prettiest drives in New Mexico, 27 miles to Sipapu Ski Resort, 36 miles to Angel Fire, 30 miles to Las Vegas, New Mexico and less than two hours to Santa Fe.
From New Mexico Tourism Department: “Mora County has a well-deserved reputation as New Mexico’s prettiest place. The rugged, scenic Sangre de Cristo Mountains in the western portion gradually level off to a high grassy prairie, where scattered peaks and ridges occasionally rise out of the rolling plains.” Mora County stretches the length of its Mora River watershed from the spine of the Sangre de Cristo Range in the west to the Canadian River in the east; the eastern boundary of the county is formed by the steep-sided Canadian River Canyon. The streams that make their way through the county and lakes lying on it are the lifeblood of the land.
Three National Forest extended into the western part of Mora County; PECOS WILDERNESS, SANTA FE NATIONAL FOREST AND CARSON NATIONAL FOREST and offer access to remote fishing in the abundant mountain streams. The area is known for its excellent hunting.
Morphy Lake State Park is an isolated and primitive mountain jewel that sits on the edge of the Pecos Wilderness in a pristine pine forest. The pretty lake is regularly stocked with rainbow trout. For a quiet fishing experience filled with solitude.
Coyote Creek State Park is14 miles northeast of Mora on Hwy 434, is one of New Mexico’s smallest state parks but has all an outdoor enthusiast need. Coyote Creek, a tributary of the Mora River, is a favorite destination of serious anglers.
Fort Union National Monument consists of territorial-style adobe remnants of the largest 19th century military fort in the region. For forty years, 1851-1891.
Birder’s Paradise The region is also known as a Birders Paradise, from the placid mountain lakes to the prairie grasslands, striking mesas to rocky canyons, rippling streams to piney woods, our area boasts amazing landscapes and incredible birdwatching with over 423 different bird species having been identified here.
This is a rare opportunity to purchase a place that is as unique as the area where it is located.