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Yes, it is entirely legal. There is no requirement for a deed to be executed and notarized in the same state as where the property is. As long as the deed is prepared according to state law in the state where the property is located, it doesn't matter where it is signed and notarized.
People who own vacation homes in other states often sell them from their home state and the deeds are just mailed to them for execution and return...