LOCATIONBruton Stables is located just off-of Interstate 25 via Exit #452 (Highway 72) in Raton, New Mexico. The positioning of the property within one-quarter mile of the interstate provides ease of access to both the boarding customer and local services. Raton, New Mexico is located six-miles south of the Colorado state line at the base of scenic Raton Pass and the Sangre De Cristo mountain range. The Historic Santa Fe Trail reaches its highest point along Raton Pass at over 7,800 feet. Area attractions include; the historic Raton Museum, Shuler Theater, Raton Aquatic Center, Climax Canyon Park and Sugarite Canyon State Park. For the equestrian, Sugarite Canyon State Park contains miles of riding trails to explore in some of the most scenic portions of the Northern New Mexico.LANDThe property consists of two contiguous parcels combining for 100-acres +/-. The majority of the parcel consists of level to rolling native grass hills providing excellent views in all directions. The property has been perimeter fenced and cross-fenced (five strand/smooth wire) to include (4) large pastures and runs. High protein native grasses provide ample forage and the pastures have been well-managed to prevent over-grazing. Water is supplied by the City of Raton and has been distributed by underground pipe to the newer residence and boarding facilities. Should you desire, the placement of a well near the central portion of the larger tract would facilitate water availability to the individual pastures. HOMECurrent owners recently placed (2015) a 1,364 square foot modular home on a permanent foundation. The ranch-style home is of a (3) bedroom, (2) bath design with living room, kitchen with dining nook and laundry room. Amenities include a wood burning stove, large covered front porch and plenty of shade trees. There is a two-car detached garage and storage shed adjoining the home.STABLE IMPROVEMENTSFully enclosed (9) stall barn with Priefert doors, panels and runs, a tack room and drive-thru accessibility.Small metal barn containing (3) stalls and runs with interior storage/access.Metal lean-to storage shed with adjoining corral. This building could easily be converted to additional enclosed/covered stalls.Open-sided stall building with extended runs and working pens (combination of pipe fencing and panels).Numerous outside pens, round corrals and a riding/roping/barrel racing arena (approximately 120’ X 185’.STABLE OPERATIONSCurrent operations accommodate horse boarding on a nightly to monthly basis, serving both highway travelers and area locals. The stable has built a good reputation and following since opening in 2015 with numerous repeat customers in nearly all corners of the horse community. Annual revenue can be provided upon request. Immediate upside potential exists in the form of increased rates and advertising. If you’re looking for an ideal equestrian set-up to accommodate your animals, along with the ability to generate income, Bruton Stables could be the ideal place. Call Brent Hedrick with any additional questions and to schedule a qualified showing.