From the Curb

Bedrooms: Home Office – Fitting Room – Sewing Room

I’d love to tastefully pose these rooms with normal bedroom furniture, but we use the other three bedrooms for our home businesses.
You can too!
Rio Rancho loves home based business.
No worries though, you can easily convert them back.

Please contact your realtor for more information on this dream home.

Thanks for your interest.

Owners Statement

We bought this beautiful home brand new in October 1988. It’s on a loop street that is pretty much only traveled by my neighbors. It’s very quiet and doesn’t have a lot of through traffic, making it nice for children and privacy.

I’ve always been a car enthusiast and enjoy the 2 car garage and large yard for parking my various toys.  I decided to have the main garage built in about 2003. I had the concrete professionally poured so I could work on my toys inside and out. I made sure the concrete was extra thick under the planned hydraulic lift.

Besides the two garages, I had a prep-room/work area built onto the front attached garage. It houses the air compressor, sheet metal brake, metal bender, press and other misc tools and chemicals. It’s where I mix body filler and paint as well.

The Tough Shed houses other miscellaneous tools and parts. You just can’t have enough storage.

The patio is where we entertain or just relax after a days work. It has a BBQ grill, string lights, small water fountain, table and chairs with a hula umbrella.

Here’s another thing that makes this house unique… *it comes with almost everything you see in the photos! The furniture, TV’s, wall art, BBQ grill, and most importantly, THE TOOLS.

Why? We plan on hitting the road to enjoy full-time RV travel for a while. So you can have it all!

That presents a challenge though and is why I’m marketing it myself. Here’s the challenge as I see it:

I’m not a real estate expert,,, that said, I suspect the house will appraise for somewhere around $200,000. I’ve heard appraisers won’t give any value for the garage, prep room, Tough Shed, tools, furniture, or all that beautiful concrete. That means to finance, the buyer will need about $70,000 to $80,000 cash down. I’ve had realtors assure me the house will appraise much higher and that I’m mistaken. I hope that’s true, but you should be ready for a large down payment just in case.

You should look at the business opportunity and reach for the difference between whatever it appraises for and the satisfaction (and business profit) this home could bring.

By the way, there is no (HOA) Home Owners Association!

Thanks for your time and interest.

*Motor vehicles, computers & sewing machines are not included.

Whoever pursues righteousness and love finds life, prosperity and honor.

Proverbs 21:21 NIV

Dear Realtor

Why a Pocket Listing?

I don’t want to list my home and have a sea of unqualified people rummage through my garages.

When you provide a vetted, pre-qualified buyer you’ll be both the listing and selling agent… *full commission!

Thank you for your time.

* 3% listing & 3% selling commission.

Tool List

Bend Pak 10,000 Pound Lift
Magnum Force 5 hp 60 gallon air compressor
Workbench in metal crafting room
Lincoln electric 220 V Mig with gas
Lincoln 110 V Mig Welder
East Wood Tig Welder with gas
Eastwood Plasma Cutter
30-inch metal bending brake
Portable media blaster kit
Portable oil catch all on rollers
Trinity gray toolbox
Metal shelves in the workroom
Two roll around carts
Sandpaper rack for automotive finishes
Workbench for stirring paint
Three paint guns
Milwaukee saws all
Ohio Forge table saw
Chicago Electric cut off saw
Cabinet for oils
Buffer, grinder, large grinder
30” sheer, press brake and slip roll
Heavy duty metal table for metal work
Large Vice
Small Vice
Hiram Work Center- corner work bench/hobby bench
Portable battery charger
Schumacher 225 amp battery charger
Centech 6 and 12 V battery charger
Various air hoses
There are extension cords
Three small tool carts
Craftsman five drawer roller tool box
Matco 18 inch side tool cart
Large 72 inch tool chest
Various analyzers, power supplies, gauges
12 ton hydraulic pipe bender
Dent puller’s, crowbars, vice grips and assorted auto bodywork tools
2 Floor Jacks
Assorted bottle jacks
Craftsman drill press
Craftsman 6 inch bench grinder
Large metal cutting bandsaw, horizontal/vertical
Large engine stand
Volkswagen engine stand adapter
Shop stereo
4 Jackstands
3/4 ton Under hoist safety stand, 58 1/2 inches to 75 1/4 inches
Stools, chairs
AC Manifold gauge set
Hydraulic transmission jack
Two wheel dolly
Mini lights in front garage
Workbench in front garage
Lakewood large fan
Orange medium fan
Steel Ramps
12 ton shop press
Shop-Vac wet or dry vacuum, 16 gallons
Assorted fuel tanks
Assorted automotive painting chemicals: body filler, Hardeners, fisheye illuminator, reducer, lacquer thinner, etc. etc. etc.
Craftsman Laser leveler kit
Grease guns
Caulking guns
Many miscellaneous home tools, jigsaw, hammers, ho , rake, tree limb cutter, fish tape, etc. etc. etc.
Portable 500 pound hydraulic lift table
Electrical wiring rack, Various gauges
84” Steelwork table
Chicago electric tile saw
Red and gray rollaround tool box
Electric stud welder
Many, many various tools, welding masks, ear protection, respirators, etc. etc. etc.
Too many hand tools to list
Too many pneumatic tools to list