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Blue Hills Elk Ranch
Catron, New Mexico
5,430.00 acres

Majestic mesas, a familiar landmark of southwestern New Mexico, covered in pinon, juniper, and cedar, along with open meadows of gramma grass and wildflowers make up the terrain and landscape of Blue Hills Elk Ranch.

Spectacular sunrises over the Sawtooth Mountains in the wee hours of the morning, distant views of the snowcapped, 11,300 foot, Mount Taylor in the winter months, along with the anticipation of seeing elk, antelope, mule deer, predators, small game, and a variety of feathered friends enhance the surroundings of Blue Hills Elk Ranch, making each day an adventure in itself.

The Blue Hills Elk Ranch is located at a comfortable elevation of 7,200 feet, between Pie Town and Grants, in New Mexicos largest county, Catron County. Situated in Game Management Unit 12 the ranch received 5 highly coveted rifle elk tags. Healthy gramma grass and numerous drinkers provide feed and water for 70 to 80 AUM year-round on approximately 5,430 acres of deeded lands and 640 acres of state leased lands.

Unique to hunting in southwestern New Mexico, the Blue Hills Elk Ranch typically receives 5 rifle elk permits annually. Several trophy bulls scoring over 375 have been taken in Unit 12 over the past several years, and no doubt others will be taken in years to come. Other hunting in the area, and on the ranch, includes mountain lion, black bear, coyotes, and other small game species.

Historically Blue Hills Elk Ranch runs a minimum of 70 to 80 cows year round, although this number can increase to 100 with good precipitation. The ranch is divided into 4 pastures with good water distribution throughout. The north portion of the ranch has one well and storage tank, and 2 dirt tanks. Natural lakes in the northeast corner provide additional water for livestock and wildlife. A very good, 480 foot well on the south portion of the ranch is solar powered with a 220 horse submersible pump. It supplies a 5,000 gallon water storage tank and pipeline to 3 large rubber tire tanks in 3 separate pastures. The south portion of the ranch has 2 dirt tanks.

Heading north from The Blue Hills Elk Ranch to Grants and I-40 takes approximately 45 minutes and from I-40 east to Albuquerque takes approximately 1 hour. The famous little community of Pie Town is about 30 minutes south of Blue Hills Elk Ranch.

Blue Hills Elk Ranch experiences four splendid seasons. Rocky red bluffs covered in winter snow, the early warmth of spring, sudden summer thunderstorms, and fall pastures of green grass and wildflowers exemplify the beauty of Blue Hills Elk Ranch. Located in a semi-arid climate, the ranch receives an annual precipitation of 11 inches. Average high temperatures are in the 70s and average low temperatures are in the 30s with the sun shining 275 to 300 days a year.

Over 6,000 acres of magnificent country with scenic views in all directions, terrain that ranges from grassy meadows to rocky bluffs and rolling pinon juniper covered mountains, 5 rifle elk tags in an excellent hunting area, and the capacity to run a minimum of 70 to 80 cows year round, amounts to a fantastic ranch with a multitude of surrounding beauty and recreational

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L Bar Ranch
Sandoval, New Mexico
36,460.00 acres
The L Bar Ranch is located west of Albuquerque near the community of Laguna, in Sandoval County, in the New Mexico Dept. of Fish and Game Unit 9.
The terrain of the L Bar Ranch varies dramatically from high mesas with steep fractured rock ledges and ridges to lower wide valley bottoms. These rugged features offer unbelievable views throughout the ranch and include numerous massive steep protruding volcanic up thrust cones or plugs, which tower over the surrounding country side. These volcanic cones have unusual and very striking features which were actually formed when molten lava exploded from deep within the earth.
Elevations on the L Bar Ranch vary over an amazing 2,000 vertical feet. Reaching 8,300 feet on the upper mesa country and descending to approximately 6,100 feet in the southeast corner of the ranch.
The L Bar Ranch is 100% deeded and is located at the end of the road, with no public roads traversing its boundaries. This ensures all the privacy and solitude one could ask for. A large state-owned wildlife area adjoins on the west; the Cibola National Forest on the north; the famous Floyd Lee Ranch adjoins on the northwest; the Zia and Laguna Reservations adjoin on the northeast and east with a large private ownership adjoining on the south. This is Big Ranch Country with properties in the area being of substantial size.
The combination of the high mesa country, steep rocky side slopes, scenic volcanic cones and the wide lower valleys truly give the ranch a western movie set appearance.

The main ranch headquarters are located near the south end of the ranch in a scenic valley setting. These improvements include a 100% remodeled 3-bedroom, 1-bath adobe/stucco owners home, the main shipping pens and an attached livestock shed. These improvements are adjacent to the 57 acres of irrigated land. North of the headquarter improvements is a large metal hay/equipment barn, a metal shop building with attached apartment and a wood working shop building.
A stunning 2-story hunting lodge is located on the point of a spectacular fractured sandstone rock bluff. This impressive structure, which contains approximately 3,700 square feet, has a metal roof and is constructed of logs with native rock accents. This sturdy structure has four bathrooms and can accommodate approximately 15 guests. The lodge has unbelievable 360 panoramic views of nearly the entire property.

The ranch is adequately watered by wells, pipeline drinkers, numerous earthen tanks, springs and seasonal creeks. In addition, 57 acres located near the headquarters are irrigated by two pivot sprinkler systems. The ranch has 200 acre feet of permitted water rights.
The owner of this ranch also has the right to develop the deep water (below 2,500 feet). This approved right allows the owner the right to drill up to 20 water wells (already surveyed and approved), equating to 20,000 acre feet of deep water in the Upper Triassic Agua Zarca Formation at a depth of approximately 2,968 feet.

The wildlife features on the L Bar Ranch are very impressive. Game species include Elk, Mule Deer, Black Bear, Mountain Lion, Bobcat, Barbary Sheep, Turkey and Water Fowl. The L Bar Ranch is located in New Mexico Big Game Unit 9.
The ranch is enrolled in the E Plus system with NM Game and Fish for elk hunting. Currently, the ranch has approximately 11,849 acres enrolled in the primary elk zone. This portion of the ranch was issued 9 bull elk muzzleloader authorizations and 12 archery either sex authorizations in 2020. An authorization allows the holder to purchase a private land license. The balance of the ranch is in the secondary management zone where elk hunting license is acquired online or over the counter license sales with bag limits being either sex. There is no minimum or maximum on the elk hunting capability in the secondary management zone. The balance of the big game hunting on the ranch is generally online or over the counter coinciding with prescribed dates. Barbary sheep hunting is year-round.

The owner of the L Bar Ranch has 50% of the mineral rights and 100% of the executive leasing rights.
The property is located in the San Juan Basin, which is recognized as an area potentially rich with natural gas deposits. Uranium mines are also located in the immediate area of the property. A large operating wind farm is located a few miles from the ranch. All owned mineral rights, water rights and all wind generation royalty rights will convey with the property.

The L Bar Ranch is an operating cattle ranch with the added bonus of outstanding hunting opportunities. This ranch truly epitomizes the description of New Mexico being the Land of Enchantment. The topography and views from all parts of this ranch are stunning, which makes it one of the most scenic in the state.
It is seldom that a ranch such as the L Bar is offered for sale. This property is priced right and is ready to own, operate and enjoy. This property is priced at $595 per deeded acre, or a total of $21,693,700.
If you would like to schedule a visit to this remarkable, one-of-a-kind ranch property, please give us a call.

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Brazos River Lodge
Rio Arriba, New Mexico
4,097.00 acres
- 4,097 deeded acres
- Just under two miles of the legendary Brazos River, two lakes, & several miles of fishable tributary water
- Likely to qualify for over 30 landowner elk tags annually
- Four season recreational paradise
- Newly constructed lodge with 8 suites, managers home, several guest cabins, & shop
- 1.5+/- hours from Taos, NM & Alamosa, CO

Spanning over 4000 acres of the finest mountain habitat in northern New Mexico, Brazos River Lodge is a fishing and hunting property almost too good to imagine. The centerpiece of this one-of-a-kind property is nearly two miles of the fabled Brazos River, a fly anglers dream stretch of meadow stream that holds trout known for remarkable size and tippet-busting fight. If thats not enough, add in trophy elk hunting, unmatched privacy, and a client-spoiling lodge, and the result is a turn-key fishing and hunting property well suited to impress even the most seasoned fly fisher or veteran big game hunter.

Situated at roughly 10,000 feet, the ranch spreads across thousands of acres of rolling terrain covered dark spruce, fir, and aspen, along with grassy meadows that are sprinkled with wildflowers in the summer. The winter snowfall here is the source of plentiful water that appears in springs, small creeks, ponds, and the two primary forks of the Brazos River that converge just above the ranch. The abundant water is key to maintaining populations of elk, mule deer, black bear, mountain lion and pronghorn, and of course, to one of the best trout streams in all of New Mexico.

On the Brazos River Lodge property, the river is 20- to 30-feet wide, and includes an enticing variety of runs, riffles, pools and cutbanks, in truth, all the features a dry fly fisher dreams about. Trout thrive here, primarily fat rainbows in the 16- to 22-inch class, but also an occasional chunky brook trout or even a brown that ventures up from well downstream. Dry fly fishing with wide-open casting is superb, with fishing rising to mayfly, caddis and terrestrial patterns throughout the summer. Two small tributaries up to 4 feet wide support smaller brook trout, and could be enhanced with larger pools for larger fish. Stillwater anglers can also find plenty of action on two trout-filled lakes, the larger of which is about 10 acres.

Big game hunting supplements the fishing in the fall. With no public access through the ranch, the property is surrounded by a combination of the Carson National Forest and Chama Land & Cattle Property. Brazos River Lodge defines privacy! Elk herds are constantly seen here in the summer and fall, attracted to the many water sources. Currently, Brazos River Lodge receives 23 bull tags and 11 cow tags annually. In the winter, the solitude and blue skies here have to be experienced to be believed, and snowmobiling or snowshoeing will access areas that very few humans ever get to see.

Long operated as a high-end fishing and hunting property, Brazos Lodge is already set up to cater to the most discerning of clients. A newly constructed lodge boasts eight suites, a large kitchen, and a very comfortable dining room and great room with fireplace. The lodge is complemented by several individual guest cabins as well. Other improvements include a ranch managers residence, a new shop and a network of 4WD and ATV roads to reach the far corners of this large property.

Located just south of the Colorado border, the ranch is approximately a 1.5-hour drive from historic Taos and its unsurpassed downhill skiing at Taos Valley. Taos offers a jet capable airport, as does Alamosa, Colorado, only a bit further away. If so inclined, a helicopter ride from either airport would be only about 15 minutes.

In short, there is no place else in New Mexico like Brazos River Lodge. In fact, there are very few places like it anywhere in the West. If youre looking for a true wilderness property with a first-class trout river running through the middle of it, look no further. Brazos Lodge may well be the quality fly fishing and hunting retreat that you thought had disappeared long ago.

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Mangas Ranch
Catron, New Mexico
50,000.00 acres
50,000 total acres (25,500 deeded acres)
Trophy elk hunting, antelope, & mule deer
Likely to qualify for over 30 landowner bull elk tags annually
Two irrigation wells, three pivots, dozens of stock wells, dirt tanks, & springs
6,000 sq. ft. log lodge, new two bedroom home, two managers houses, & cattle facilities
2.5 hours from Albuquerque & 5 hours from Phoenix, AZ
Mangas Hunting Ranch New Mexico: World-class is no exaggeration when describing the exceptional trophy elk hunting on the renowned Mangas Ranch in west-central New Mexico. On the Mangas Ranch, geography, genetics, and habitat have combined to create an entire ecosystem that produces some of the largest bull elk on the planet. The Mangas Ranch is indeed a land of giants well-known for amazing numbers of trophy bulls that have free access to its approximately 50,000 acres (25,500 deeded). Simply put, the Mangas Ranch controls nearly 80 square miles of the finest trophy elk habitat anywhere.

The Mangas Ranch has been developed for years into one of Americas premier hunting destinations. A new luxury home and a 6,000-square foot log Lodge crown the many improvements on the ranch. The luxury home has two bedrooms, a spectacular great room, and high end finishes throughout. The Lodge is designed with hunting guests in mind. With six bedrooms, five and one half baths, and wraparound deck, it treats guests luxuriously. A new shop, two caretakers homes, office, corrals, barn, cattle handling facilities, and drive-in meat cooler complete the outstanding facilities on the ranch, all ready-to-roll for the next hunting season.

Straddling both sides of the Continental Divide, the Mangas Ranch ranges in elevation from 7300 to 8200 feet, which makes it ideally situated for supporting many square miles of pinion pine and alligator juniper forest, interspersed with grassy meadows and ponderosa pines. Much of the ranchs terrain is rolling, and a good network of ranch roads provides vehicular access throughout. With wildlife and livestock management in mind, dozens of water sources have been developed throughout the ranch, utilizing electric, wind and solar power.

The abundant water rights of Mangas Ranch are as valuable as gold in this part of New Mexico and have allowed the ranch to have been run as a profitable mid-sized cattle operation for years. Two irrigation wells can combine for up to 700 gallons/minute and are permitted for use of 453 acre/feet of water annually. Three pivots can be used to irrigate up to 164 acres for livestock, crop production, or wildlife. Alternatively, the rights have the potential to be transferred for pond or lake development. In any event, the presence of plentiful water on the Mangas Ranch is a huge ingredient for maintaining it as a big game mecca.

With over 30 landowner bull elk licenses likely each year in one of the worlds best trophy elk units, Mangas Ranch is a hunting ranch of legendary possibilities. Add in over-the-counter antelope and deer tags, and it is a hunting ranch that most only dream about. As a combination cattle/hunting ranch or a hunting resort alone, the potential for this spectacular piece of western New Mexico may be unmatched anywhere in the United States. With excellent year-round access, the land of giants is located only 2.5 hours from Albuquerque, 3.5 hours from Santa Fe, and 5 hours from Phoenix, Arizona.

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El Capitan Trophy Elk, Land & Cattle Ranch
Lincoln, New Mexico
24,000.00 acres
El Capitan Trophy Elk, Land & Cattle Ranch
Large contiguous land holdings comparable to the +/-24,070 acres (+/-11,070 deeded and +/-13,000 National Forest grazing 200 AUM allotment) representing the El Capitan Trophy Elk, Land & Cattle Ranch, are getting harder and harder to find, especially with the incredible artesian springs and untapped water that El Capitan Ranch carries.
El Capitan Ranch is most noted as the property where Smokey Bear was found in the spring of 1950, and a documented hideout of Billy the Kid. The ranch offers world-class hunting (both high fence and free range), working cattle operations, substantial improvements and 10+miles of paved highway frontage with major investment potential. Drive time from Capitan to Ruidosos casinos, horse racing and snow skiing is 17 miles, the Texas State line is a close 2 hours 15 minutes and just 2 hours 35 minutes to Albuquerque International Airport. The ranch borders thousands of acres of the Lincoln National Forest and the 35,000 acre Capitan Wilderness and is but 14 miles from the quaint historic town of Capitan, New Mexico with excellent dining, incredible western history of Lincoln County and historic museums.
In 2019 the New Mexico Department of Fish and Game allocated this area as Management Level 2, with unlimited landowner bull elk tags, unlimited landowner mule deer tags, unlimited landowner antelope tags, and the ranch carries a large number of both Merriam and Rio Grande Turkeys as well as hybrids. In recent years, wild hogs have encroached into this area of New Mexico and allows for unlimited hunting, with black bear, bobcat, an occasional mountain lion and coyotes rounding out the predator hunting. The largest free range bull elk was a 396 taken a couple years ago with 350+ bulls documented every year on the ranch. In 2019, a 198 in mule deer was the largest taken in the area.
One of the many outstanding features of El Capitan is the +/-1700 acre licensed high fence game park (oldest in the state) currently carrying a +/-40 animal elk herd being managed to harvest +/-6 bulls a year at $9500 per hunt. Theres also +/- a dozen mule deer in the park as well. An additional adjacent 1500 acres could also be added to the park as high fence, if desired. The ranch is perimeter fenced and divided into a total of 13 pastures, including the two in the high fence. The ranch ranges from a very mild elevation of 6400 ft. to 8200 ft.
Headquarters consists of a 4-bedroom, 2-bath ranch house lodge, a 2-bedroom, 1-bath managers house, and an additional 3-bedroom, 1-bath ranch house that needs remodeling. Theres a large 60 x 80 metal shop, full elk handling facilities, corrals, and traps for breeding. All are included. Theres an additional cabin, outbuildings & barns on the property. Two stocked ponds compliment the headquarters (trout, bass, bluegills) with water available for additional water improvements throughout.
One of the greatest additions to the ranch is the current manager, a very experienced ranch/game manager and licensed biologist who lives but 3 miles away. His knowledge and experience in the area and on the ranch is incomparable, would be a great asset to the new owners, and has shown a desire to stay on with the right ownership.
With one of the closest rocky mountain ranges to the great state of Texas, and complete end-to-end paved highway frontage, El Capitan also offers investment potential for the ideal candidate with the ranch being subdivided into 5 separate ranches. You cant get hurt with dirt!
Not really sure what one compares the incredible holding of El Capitan Trophy Elk, Land & Cattle to, but the options are endless while the opportunity is not!
Call or email today for additional information and your qualified showing. Co Brokers welcome.

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Fernandez L Bar Ranch
McKinley, New Mexico
16,410.00 acres
The Fernandez L Bar Ranch epitomizes the "Land of Enchantment" with its breathtaking vistas and unsurpassed views. With its location just 2 hours away from New Mexico's largest metro and Albuquerque International Airport, this ranch provides all the benefits of a true wilderness atmosphere within sight of Albuquerque. Additionally, the size of the Fernandez L Bar at 16,410 deeded acres makes this parcel of real estate a rarity in todays market. There are simply fewer and fewer large expanses of scenic undeveloped real estate remaining in the US.

The ranch is comprised of 16,410 deeded acres of beautiful, scenic, hunting ranch in central New Mexico. The topography and views from all parts of this ranch are stunning, which makes it one of the most scenic in the state. Views from the highest points on the ranch include Cerros de Guadalupe, Mount Taylor, Jemez Mountains, the Sandia Mountain, and on a clear day you can see the mountains in southern Colorado. Surrounding neighbors of the Fernandez L Bar Ranch land tenure include the large operation of the vast holdings of the Fernandez Company Ranch, aka Floyd Lee (South Boundary), the Crawford L Bar Ranch (East Boundary), and the Cibola National Forest (North and West Boundary). Additionally, the 14,000-acre Marquez Wildlife Area owned by the New Mexico State Game Commission adjoins the southeastern corner of the Fernandez L Bar.

The Fernandez L Bar main entrance gate is located approximately 1 hour north of I-40. The ranch has three access routes. The primary route travels north, off I-40 at the community of Laguna. This route then continues on State Road #279 to a very private road. At this point, access is via a private recorded easement through the Lower L Bar Ranch. This private access route starts at the locked Crawford L Bar gate, then proceeds along a good quality all-weather road through the Crawford Ranch to the main gate, being the east entrance to the Fernandez L Bar. A second seasonal route is via BLM Road #1104 from Cabezon and San Luis to the west entrance gate. This route is approximately 2.5 hours from Albuquerque. The third access is via San Mateo (North of Grants) to USFS road #239 to the west entrance. With easy access off I-40 and a quick drive to Albuquerque, the Fernandez L Bars location is superior over competitively sized recreational properties located in the Southwest US.

Elevations on the ranch vary from 8,000+/- feet to 9,100+/- feet on the upper elevations of Mesa Chivato. This ranch is located in a semi-arid region of New Mexico. Annual precipitation is in the range of 12 to 14 inches and the property generally receives a couple of feet of snow during the winter with snow levels increasing at the higher elevations within the Guadalupe Range on the ranch.

The ranch supports a good variety of native grasses along with desirable browse for wildlife. Vegetation ranges from oak, mountain mahogany, pion and an abundance of large ponderosa pine. A very unique feature of the Fernandez L Bar is the scattered oak mots that dot the landscape. The oak mots provide excellent habitat for cow elk calving. Grass turf consists of the highly palatable Grama varieties, Arizona Fescue, Mountain Muhley, and Wheatgrass. Livestock and wildlife thrive on the Fernandez L Bar forage.

The ranch relies on numerous earthen tanks to provide water for wildlife and livestock. There is one working well on the north end of the ranch that provides water for wildlife, livestock and the hunting cabins located on the ranch.

Historically, the ranch is operated based on summer livestock grazing in conjunction with the elk herd calling this ranch home. Both practices depend on forage quantity and rainfall amounts. Additionally, these grazing practices assure the wildlife is managed in an effective manner. The owners have a main cabin for the hunters, guides and cooks. There are also 3 smaller cabins that have room for two hunters. The well on the north end of the ranch provides water for the cabins, generators provide power for all the cabins and propane is the source for heat and hot water. The cabins are nestled in the ponderosa pines where a hunter or the ranching crew can stay and enjoy the scenery.

The wildlife features on the Fernandez L Bar Ranch are very impressive. Game species include Elk, Mule Deer, Black Bear, Mountain Lion, Bobcat, Turkey and Waterfowl. The Fernandez L Bar Ranch is located in New Mexico Big Game Unit 9. In past years, the Floyd Lee Family has combined their hunting with all the other ranch land. We have estimated the number of elk authorizations based on neighboring ranches. The ranch is estimated to receive 15 mature bull Elk muzzleloader landowner authorizations and 16 either sex Elk archery authorizations. Hunting opportunities on the Fernandez L Bar are excellent. The ranch currently provides for limited hunting to assure both health and quality of the big game roaming the Fernandez L Bar borders.

Mineral rights to be negotiated, water rights and all wind generation royalty rights will convey with the property.

Property taxes in 2020 were approximately $1,850.

The Fernandez L Bar Ranch is realistically priced at $12,307,500 or approximately $750 per acre. Where can you find a ranch with a very private wilderness atmosphere, awesome wildlife, beautiful terrain, and beautiful views, only 60 air-miles from Albuquerque? The answer is the Fernandez L Bar Ranch. This property is priced right and is ready to own, operate and enjoy for generations.

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American/Saladon Creek Ranch
Colfax, New Mexico
3,026.00 acres
The combination of quiet seclusion, significant acreage, and close proximity to civilization is arguably the most attractive and elusive draw in the ranch world these days. American Creek and Saladon Creek Ranch both have it. Elk, mule deer, turkeys, bear, grouse, and mountain lion thrive in the aspens, pines, and meadows here all less than 10 minutes away from the skiing, golf, and restaurants of Angel Fire.

Contact Jeff Hubbard for more information.

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Red Rabbit Ranch
Rio Arriba, New Mexico
1,937.00 acres
- 1,937 deeded acres
- Excellent hunting, equestrian, or family ranch
- Several springs, ponds, & Tierra Amarilla Creek
- Excellent hunting with annual elk & deer tags
- Improvement include: owners home, guest house, barn, carriage house, & more
- Located between Chama & Santa Fe

From ancient times, the area around Tierra Amarilla in northern New Mexico has been valued for its exquisite livability. Centuries of habitation by native peoples established this fact. Manuel Martinez and companions built upon this legacy with the settling of the massive Tierra Amarilla Land Grant in 1832. Today, the 1,937-acre Red Rabbit Ranch captures the best of the Tierra Amarilla area on a property graced with extraordinary hunting and equestrian opportunities, mountain scenery and buildings that are the virtual definition of fine craftsmanship.

Situated on the flanks of the southern San Juan Mountains, Red Rabbit Ranch is a true mountain property, with elevations stretching from 8,500 feet to 10,300 feet. Abundant winter snows nourish a rich and varied ecosystem composed of meadows, spruce and pine forest, gambel oak and aspen groves. Numerous springs, ponds and the Tierra Amarilla Creek make the property a haven for wildlife of great variety. Wildlife photographers, hikers, hunters and snowmobilers alike will find a lifetime of exciting opportunities without ever needing to leave the property.

Big game hunters will be enticed by the Ranchs large herds of trophy mule deer and elk. Selective hunting, grazing management, and well-developed watering holes keep bragging-size mule deer in the 180 to 200+ inch class on the property. Not far behind are the trophy elk opportunities, with bull elk commonly scoring over 300 inches. Mule deer authorizations are available through the owner and the Ranch typically receives about 17 elk authorizations annually. In addition, solid populations of bear, mountain lion, turkey and grouse make their home here and provide other hunting opportunities year-round.

Improvements on the Ranch can only be described in terms of meticulous craftsmanship. The main residence is a 2-bedroom, 2-bath Swedish coped log home with remarkable attention to detail. It includes a vaulted ceiling Great Room with a stone fireplace that is reminiscent of old Western lodges, a custom-built kitchen highlighted with mesquite cabinetry that leads into a breakfast room that seats 6 people. A vintage style wet bar and Victorian style gas fireplace surround a seating area and adjoins a dining room with sweeping views of the mountains and seats 12 people. There is stairway access to the basement which could serve as a wine cellar. Vaulted ceilings continue into both the Master Bedroom and Guest Bedroom with en suite features. Two, 2-car detached garages complete the Main House area.

The Main House features alone would set Red Rabbit Ranch apart, but many would consider its 4,000-square foot barn its crowning jewel, making this property one of the finest equestrian facilities in this part of the state. The barn includes a full shop, 6 horse stalls, two of which have auxiliary heating for foaling, an 1100 sq. ft. upper hay loft, washroom and a tack room with 8 saddle racks secured by antique teak and iron doors. The barn floor has brick pavers and adding to the ambiance of the barn is a custom round stained glass window. Attached to the barn is a 2-bedroom, 1-bathroom, full kitchen, open concept living area perfect for a Ranch Manager or Guests. Other improvements with the horse lover in mind include three horse pastures with electric fencing, horse corrals, loafing sheds, a hay shed and a round pen. Of course, with nearly 2000 acres to its credit, high country trail riding on the Ranch is second to none.

Guest House:
The 2,000 sq. ft. guesthouse situated overlooking the lower portion of the Ranch provides incredible sunset views from the front porch. Comprised of 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, it features an open floor plan, vaulted ceilings, full kitchen, custom woodwork, and a wood burning stove, all of which make your guests feel welcome and comfortable.

Carriage House:
A recently built timber framed carriage house, affectionately called the Motor Bank, beautifully displays collectible or serviceable vehicles of all types. The Motor Bank features four bays, an entertainment space, diamond plastered walls and brick flooring maintaining the high craftsmanship of the property.

Hunting Cabin:
The hunting cabin located amid prime elk country at 9,800 feet sleeps 7 people with a full kitchen, dining area and shower. Running hot water, wood burning stove and gas lights make it an inviting space for hunters at the end of the day.

Storage Building:
The 4000 sq. ft. metal, clear span storage facility has a concrete floor and natural lighting giving ample room for Ranch equipment and materials.

Stone House:
Built in the 1800s, the stone house was used for decades as a summer camp by sheepherders and remains virtually unchanged.

Red Rabbit Ranch is accessible year-round, as it borders paved U.S. Highway 64.
The small community of Tierra Amarilla is about ten miles away, and the tourist and narrow-gauge railroad town of Chama is 26 miles to the north. Within 70 miles lies historic Taos, known as an artistic cultural center and world-renowned ski resort. Pagosa Springs also within 70 miles is famous for its healing Hot Springs and nearby Wolf Creek Ski Resort. Santa Fe lies only about 90 minutes away. All four seasons of the year lend itself to various outdoor activities either on the Ranch or nearby.

Red Rabbit Ranch will capture the attention of anyone who knows quality when they see it. The care that has gone into not only the fine architecture on the Ranch, but also in maintaining habitat that is most beneficial to wildlife is evident in abundance, making this a property that will continue the tradition of exquisite livability for generations to come. This Ranch has served as a Family Compound for nearly a quarter of a century, but it is situated and designed to lend itself to many opportunities and uses.
Quinlan Ranch
Rio Arriba, New Mexico
17,072.00 acres
The 17,072.12 deeded acre Quinlan Ranch is a superlative mountain hunting property located just three miles west of Chama, New Mexico. The Quinlan, as it is known, spans over 26 square miles in a single block of contiguous land with no private inholdings or public roads across it. In recent years, the nearby Overley Tract was purchased, making a great addition to the Quinlan. The Quinlan itself, comprises of 16,718 acres and the Overley, which is located approximately one-quarter mile south of the Quinlan, is an additional 353.6 acres. The Overley Tract contains a substantial amount of proven water rights, a major portion of which have now been transferred to the Quinlan, used to enhance the Quinlans large trout ponds. Offering an unequaled combination of size, privacy, accessibility, and scenery, the Quinlan controls the entire eastern slope of the 9,900 foot Chromo Mountain and is comprised of ecologically diverse and rich mountain and valley floor terrain. This large holding features outstanding big game hunting, expansive vistas, fishing, limitless recreational activities, and numerous water resources that are complimented by excellent infrastructure and quality accommodations.

Thoughtful habitat and wildlife management ensures that the Quinlan is home to significant populations of resident elk, mule deer, black bear and turkey. Distinguishing the Quinlan from other western hunting properties is the fact that an estimated 6,000 to 8,000 head of elk from the San Juan Elk Herd migrate through the Quinlan and the neighboring 20,000 acre elk preserve the Edward Sargent Wildlife Area, each fall. Ownership, family, friends, and clients can easily hunt the Quinlan as it currently receives 63 rifle bull elk permits, 24 bull elk archery permits and 29 cow elk permits from the New Mexico Department of Game and Fish. Numerous trophy elk and mule deer are taken here every year and the ranch has been featured on many outdoor pursuit television shows. Additional trophy and management elk hunting opportunities exist within the on-site Rim Rock Elk Park which is a licensed 2,000 acre high-fenced Class A Game Park. Currently, the Game Park includes approximately 90 adult bulls, 85 cows, 10 yearling females, 7 yearling males, 21 female calves and 23 male calves.

Well suited for both private and commercial use, the Quinlan has year-round access off of US Highway 84. Improvements include the 6,678 square foot Garcia Lodge, two glamping bathhouses and covered cooking and eating areas, a 10,000 square foot barn with sleeping quarters, office, garage, and state-of-the-art elk handling facilities, as well as several paddock areas for privately owned elk. The ranch also boasts an exceptional internal road network with over 65 miles of private roads, buried water and electrical lines, as well as approximately 40 ponds several of which are stocked with trout. The listing price includes 100 percent of the appurtenant mineral rights*, all privately owned elk, and an extensive inventory of essential ranch equipment and rolling stock (See Quinlan Ranch Inventory).

*Seller believes, but will not warrant, that it owns 100 percent of the appurtenant subsurface mineral rights which will convey with the sale. Buyers are encouraged to retain legal counsel for the purposes of confirming mineral rights ownership.

Offered in cooperation with Chas. S. Middleton and Son, LLC.
Wild Side Ranch
, New Mexico
12,538.00 acres
Wild Side Ranch gets its name for its 14,538 total acres of dramatic cliffs and canyons with a rolling landscape marked by thick stands of ponderosa pines, juniper and pinons, numerous canyons, rock outcroppings, cliff faces, arroyos, drainages, and all interspersed by meadows of native grasses. The primary feature of the property is the stunning and iconic landmark, Caon Blanco, serving as the southern boundary. Nestled between the Sandia and Sangre de Cristo Mountain Range, every turn on the property offers a different view from big sky bluffs across sprawling prairies to dense forests before New Mexicos notable grandiose sunsets. Several miles of the Wild Sides eastern boundary border the 1.6 million-acre Santa Fe National Forest, protecting the land as a wildlife habitat for trophy elk, mule deer, wild turkey, bear, and mountain lions. Located in Game Management Unit 45. Well-maintained internal ranch roads, a natural spring, two wells, and an excellent water piping system supports up to 300 cattle and offers open opportunities for further development to build value. Just 25 miles southeast of Santa Fe, this well-maintained operational rangeland and wildlife habitat presents a rare opportunity to purchase a large acreage holding for the area and carry on the current ownerships pristine care for the land as a legacy holding. Note: A substantial amount of additional deeded land may be available for purchase.