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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 Ranch’s 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 1800’s, 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.
927 Sofia Road Clayton NM 88424
Union, New Mexico
26,327.00 acres
The Chavez Mountain Ranch in Union County, with over 26,000 acres of abundant pasture, is considered one of the prime ranches in New Mexico due to its quality grassland as well as a multi-source pipelined water system, including windmill, electric, and solar wells. Priced well at $975 per deeded acre and $200 per state lease. Originally part of the historic Otto Ranch, the Cimarron Rt of the Santa Fe Trail cuts through this vast property. Fully fenced (w/over 45 mi. of quality fencing), the Ranch's rolling grasslands encompass Chavez Mountain and two seasonal watersheds. Elk, Pronghorn, and Mule Deer. With windmills, electric and solar wells, a 9,000 gal. storage tank, an extensive pipeline system, 2 creeks and a live spring, every pasture on the property has at least 2 sources of water. The ranch headquarters includes a home, loading and holding pens, and several outbuildings including a large shop. Over the past 24 years, incoming yearlings have experienced a gain of 300 lbs, with gains of 350 lbs achieved at times. Gramma grass provides perfect grazing for yearlings and summer cows/calves in the northern half of the Ranch, while the southern half contains needle grass and a wider variety particularly good for winter grazing for cow/calf pairs. The south end of the Ranch breaks into pinon/juniper canyons, providing valuable winter protection. During dry years, fall rains have promoted good grass growth, which when paired with a conservative grazing strategy,
Juan de Dios Ranch
Guadalupe, New Mexico
17,141.00 acres
We have the privilege of being the exclusive broker on a large Eastern New Mexico production cattle ranch. The Juan de Dios has an excellent location being just 8 miles south of Santa Rosa and I-40. Additionally, the ranch has excellent access to its headquarters just off paved Highway 84. Seasonal live water from Juan de Dios Creek bisects the property for approximately eight (8) +/-miles. This ranch is in great shape and has lots of grass for approximately 400 +/- cows. The terrain on the ranch varies from open rolling plains on the northern pastures with open grazing and small breaks along Juan de Dios Creek in the central portion of the unit. Southern pastures also enjoy intermittent water along the Juan de Dios Creek with open grazing and breaks. The central pastures have scattered juniper cover along with small arroyo breaks providing needed protection in harsh winter snow and windstorms. Primary grasses on the Juan de Dios are blue and black grama, sacaton, and galleta. Elevations on the property vary from 4,700’ +/- on the north and east caprock to 4,570’ at the headquarters, and 4,460’ on the extreme south boundary area. Access to all pastures is good via caliche and two tract roads. Eighteen miles of interior pasture fence has been replaced and now consists of 5 strand barb wire on steel T-posts with steel H-Braces at corners and at ¼ mile intervals along the new fence. New steel gates are in place on most interior areas. Exterior boundary fence is 5 strand barb wire on cedar posts. There are eight main pastures and four traps on the ranch. Five wells, 21 pasture drinkers, numerous earth stocktanks, and seasonal live water in the Juan de Dios Creek provide water to livestock and wildlife. Water gaps on this ranch are built very well to sustain those occasional New Mexico downpours. The property is well blocked and easily managed for livestock grazing. The headquarters is approximately three miles east of Hwy 84. The ranch has the perfect headquarters setup for this size unit with a beautiful owner’s home, modern and efficient shop (50 amp RV hookup), barn, and shipping pens with scales. The south pasture also has a set of pens with scales to help ship from this location. Land tenure on the ranch is comprised of fee surface estate and New Mexico State Lease. The fee surface estate lands are more commonly known as “deeded” subject to easements of record. This is the highest form of ownership on the ranch. The state lease is configured in a manner to assure adverse bidding is low risk. The fee on the lease was $4,736 in 2019. This equates to $5.56/AUM. In this region, private lease rates for an animal unit generally vary from $25-$30 per AUM. Pronghorn antelope and mule deer are the big game species on the ranch. An owner can expect to generate $1,500-$2,500 per gun for both species should hunting be desired. Santa Rosa, New Mexico and I-40 are located 8 miles north of the Juan de Dios boundary. This small community has a grocery store, mini marts, modern motels, a small medical facility, and a hardware store. Access to fuel and a couple of fantastic New Mexican Food restaurants compliment this small rural community. Historical operation of this ranch has been to graze livestock year long. Range infrastructure on the ranch is well suited to provide an owner with ample working facilities to operate efficiently. The deeded ownership configuration limits public access. Real Estate taxes on the Juan de Dios Ranch were $3,000 +/- in 2019. The owner will transfer one-half (½) of any minerals owned. In summary, the Juan de Dios Ranch has it all for the owner looking for an excellent low operating cost livestock ranch. This nicely improved and efficient working livestock ranch is priced to sell on today’s market at $444.25/deeded acre or $7,615,016.69. If you have been searching for an operating production livestock ranch, this offering deserves your attention. *Additional new and used steel posts, cattle guards, H-Brace inventory, cattle, and equipment are available for sale in a separate offering.
Rito Quemado Ranch
Catron, New Mexico
18,800.00 acres
Rito Quemado is a water-rich, game-rich, generational ranch located in Quemado, New Mexico in the highly coveted Game Management Unit 12. A mixed land status Ranch offering excellent elk, mule deer  and antelope hunting along with the capability of running 250 to 275 head of cattle with 200 acres± of water rights, abundant springs and a 15-acre lake for fishing and irrigation. The ranch has been in the same family for over 100 years and is available for sale for the first time. Asking Price - $7,250,000 Acreage - 18,800± • 9,579± deeded • 8,041± State of NM Grazing Lease • 1,180± BLM Grazing Lease Water Resources • 15± acre lake - up to 20' deep • 200 acres of irrigated land • 175 acres of sub-irrigated land • 9 wells supply water for livestock and game and domestic use. The water is exceptional quality and requires no treatment for human or livestock consumption. Hunting The ranch is located in GMU 12, which is a Primary hunting unit in New Mexico. The abundance of water and tremendous feed attracts large herds of elk, mule deer and antelope. The ranch has historically received 4 bull elk, 4 cow elk and 2 either sex hunting permits. Bull elk up to 370" have been harvested on the ranch. Mule deer and antelope tags are over the counter and at the landowner's discretion. Duck and other waterfowl are also abundant on the lake and wetland regions and can be hunted as well. Fishing The lake holds bass, catfish, blue gill and yellow perch. Catfish in excess of 30lbs. have been caught in the lake. Cattle The ranch is currently operated as a year-round cow/calf operation, carrying approx 275 head. Weening weights on steer calves have consistently averaged 600 lbs in the fall. Hundreds of acres of land have been laser-leveled with winter wheat planted. The current grazing plan has the ranch understocked as to preserve plenty of feed for the elk, deer and antelope. A cattle rancher could choose to increase the herd if he/she chose to. The ranch features 8 pastures, 4 traps and 2 sets of gathering pens. Residential Improvements The headquarters residence is a 3 bedroom double wide home in good operating condition and very comfortable. It is ideal for a hunting bunkhouse or part-time housing. A second residence is another 3 bedroom home currently occupied by the ranch manager. Although not considered fancy, it is a comfortable and functional home. Both homes have corrals, shops and storage. The headquarters also features shipping corals with scales and a barn. There are several ideal building locations on the banks of the lake which would provide exquisite views of the lake, surrounding mountains and lush green bottom lands. The Land The highlight feature of the ranch is the 15-acre lake. The lake is a result of free-flowing springs which create significant water flow to the bottom land where a dam was constructed and the lake was formed. A fertile riparian vega extends for over 4 miles from the lake and along the creek. This section of the ranch offers some of the strongest grazing and wild game opportunities. The highest point of the ranch is Cat Hill at 7,600 ft. The lowest point of the ranch lies at Rito Creek at 6,900 ft. The terrain is open grasslands graduating to rolling hills with scattered juniper and piñon trees, very typical of this region. Dramatic arroyos and rock outcroppings add to the beauty of the land and create interesting geographical features. Annual precipitation is approx. 10.5 inches and the growing season is recorded at 104 days. Vegetation A wide variety of grasses includes Blue Grama, Black Grama, Side-Oats Grama, Western Wheatgrass, Sacaton and New Mexico Feathergrass. Browse plants include Winter Fat, Fourwing Saltbrush, Apache Plume, Chico Bush and Mountain Mahogany. Location and Accessibilty The ranch borders NM Hwy 60 for approx 7.5 miles and is only minutes from the town of Quemado, in northern Catron County. Highway 60 provided excellent access to central and northern New Mexico as well as eastern Arizona. Quemado offers most needed services with groceries, a café, gas, diesel, propane, auto repair, lodging, hardware, a Post-Office and schools for grades K-12.
High Timber Ranch
Rio Arriba, New Mexico
3,359.00 acres
Owned by the same family since 1957, the 3,359+/- deeded acre High Timber Ranch is located outside of Chama, New Mexico, in the San Juan Mountain Range. This diverse holding sits 11 miles east of the community of Tierra Amarilla and combines premium land and numerous water resources with big views and quality improvements, with ownership enjoyable and uncomplicated by design. Expansive and diverse, the property rises from a cottonwood-lined trout stream to broad benches and mountain slopes with a mosaic of open parks, meadows, ponds, aspen groves, and vast stands of blue spruce and Douglas fir. This outstanding habitat is home to large populations of elk, mule deer, Merriams turkey, black bear, grouse, and a host of songbirds, raptors, and other small wildlife. Native cutthroat trout inhabit the upper reaches of the three and a half miles of Rito de Tierra Amarilla that courses through the property as well as two miles of a tributary stream. Sited in New Mexicos famed Game Unit (GMU) 4 and enrolled in the Private Land Elk License (E-Plus) program, the ranch has historically received 11 rifle bull elk, seven either-sex archery, and eight cow elk authorizations from the State each year. Private land only deer licenses are also easily obtainable by utilizing the ranchs designated authorization code and applying through an application process. In addition to its hunting and angling, the property is well-suited for limitless recreational activities, including horseback riding, hiking, ATV-ing, snowmobiling, and cross-country skiing. High Timber is well-grassed with mountain brome, native bluestem, as well as some timothy and clovers. Ownership balances livestock grazing with the needs of wildlife and conservatively stocks the ranch with up to 120 cow/calf pairs or 600 yearlings during the summer season. The property is perimeter fenced with lay-down fencing and internally fenced into two primary pastures with two smaller traps. Shipping pens are well located near the entrance. This outstanding ranch is tastefully complemented with an attractive off-grid log owners cabin and smaller guest cabin. Year-round access is via paved highway and a series of private internal roads and trails provide access throughout the property. Offered in cooperation with David Dougherty of Dougherty Real Estate CO, LLC. The Facts: ~ Beautiful 3,359+/- deeded acre mountain holding in Rio Arriba County ~ Mountain and valley floor views ~ Year-round paved access via US Highway 64 ~ Two cabins. Contemporary off-grid log owners cabin: 1,600+/- square foot, two bedroom, two bath with large kitchen and living area; guest cabin: 500 square foot, two bedroom and one bath. ~ 3.5 miles frontage on Rito de Tierra Amarilla with cutthroat trout ~ 2 miles frontage on tributary stream with additional ephemeral creek ~ Numerous springs and ponds ~ Excellent elk and mule deer hunting with generous landowner hunting authorizations ~ Conservatively stocked with 120+/- cow/calf pair or 600 yearlings ~ Perimeter lay-down fencing, two large pastures and two smaller traps plus shipping pens ~ Cattle and hunting leases in place with reputable tenants ~ 11 paved miles east of Highway 84 and the community of Tierra Amarilla ~ 25 paved miles south and east from the town of Chama ~ 60 miles/1-hour drive west of Taos and Taos Regional Airport ~ 72 miles/1 hour and 20-minute drive south of Pagosa Springs, Colorado and FBO at Stevens Field Airport ~ 112 miles/2-hour drive north of Santa Fe and Santa Fe Regional Airport ~ 132 miles/2 hour and 30 minute-drive south of Durango, Colorado and commercial air service at the Durango La Plata County Airport ~ 165 miles/3-hour drive north of Albuquerque and Albuquerque International Sunport Airport ~ Unencumbered by conservation easements ~ Owned by the same family since 1957
Caprock Ranch
Lea, New Mexico
14,774.00 acres
14,774 Acre Ranch - Approx 8,331 deeded acres and 6,443 acres state lease. Beautiful, almost brand new home, plus two additional three bedroom homes and several barns and sheds. All the amenities of a working cattle ranch. Currently runs approximately 350 cow/calf pairs and 20-25 bulls. Wind generation development currently in the works with preliminary plans for approximately 24 turbines. Listing price of $6,750,000 includes surface and 10% wind rights with additional wind rights up to 100% being negotiable for an additional price.
Apache Mesa Red Valley Ranch
Rio Arriba, New Mexico
1,060.00 acres
Stunning and magnificent. Two words that immediately come to mind, but do not begin to describe the drama and expanse of the 1,060-acre Apache Mesa Red Valley Ranch—one of the most unique ranch properties available in New Mexico and unlike anything being offered in the majestic Southwest. Just outside of Abiquiu, near Lake Abiquiu, the dramatic property borders National Wilderness and is surrounded by the Red Rock, skyscapes, fabulous light and vivid terrain that inspired Georgia O’Keefe, as well as countless artists and writers. This private and protected Ranch features a sensational Adobe hacienda rich in old world finishes, built around an interior courtyard; exceptional equestrian facilities, including a full-size dressage area, five-stall “Malibu” stable, hay barn and more; studio with large workspace for the aspiring artist; private, charming Adobe guesthouse; as well as a carriage house, caretaker’s house and bunkhouse. All surrounded by the sensational backdrop of ever-changing light and sky, including the rustic and iconic land known as the Red Valley. In the vicinity of the historic Mesa Prieta, it encompasses terrain including Sedona-like dramatic stone and earth formations. It is an unsurpassed private wonderland of natural beauty and drama.
Prime Development Land For Sale
Taos, New Mexico
19.00 acres
Prime Development Land For Sale Red River, NM | 19± Acres PRICE REDUCED - $5,500,000 This pristine 19± acres property is located in Red River, NM at the junction of Hwy 38 and Hwy 578. It is immediately in focus as you drive down into the town of Red River on both highways. This gorgeous tract of land was once part of a large ranch that spread over the ski resort and beyond. It has been reserved for the future growth of Red River’s commerce base. Property Features: • Bisected by Red River • Utilities at Property Line • Highway Frontage • Undeveloped Land • Adjacent to Ski Resort • Adjacent to National Forest • Commercial/Developable Property | 800-485-8214 United Strategic Client Services, LLC Marketing in Coordination with: United Country | Ranch & Recreation 575.585.2413 Melissa Y. Roybal, Broker Lic. #19771 Each franchise is independently owned & operated.
Apache Mesa Ranch
Rio Arriba, New Mexico
560.00 acres
Stunning and Magnificent. Two words that barely come close to describing the Apache Mesa Ranch. This is one of the most unique ranch properties available in the Western United States. Just outside of Abiquiu, NM, directly west of the famous Ghost Ranch and Lake Abiquiu. This location is unmatched for views, tranquility and privacy. This dramatic ranch borders National Wilderness and is surrounded with the red rock and vivid terrain that inspired Georgia O'keeffe, countless artists, writers and others from the creative class. Details of hand-hewn lumber and hand chiseled stone highlight thick adobe walls as Old Mexico is tastefully woven into this modern main house. Custom plaster, fireplaces, and artistic ceilings grace the property throughout. The details will amaze you in their perfection and performance as the famous Cerro Pedrenal Mountain watches diligently over the pool and spa from a distance. Guests will enjoy the same quality and details in the carriage house, guest house and studio buildings while enjoying endless landscapes speckled with grassy meadows, striking rock outcroppings, while enjoying the sweet spice of Pinon wood and sage drifting in the New Mexico air. Exercise your horses in the dressage-riding arena or ride along endless trails exploring the rolling high desert and mountain terrain in this Wild West fantasy.
Lazy EJ Ranch
De Baca, New Mexico
14,980.00 acres
The Lazy EJ Ranch is an excellent cattle ranch located in one of the finest grass belts of New Mexico. The current owner runs a cow calf operation on the ranch and has historically weaned 580-610 pound steers. This ranch is well watered with shallow wells and quality water. The fences are in pretty good shape and headquarters has a nice set of functional pipe corrals with a scale. At $453/deeded acre, this ranch will make a super buy and a very functional cattle operation. Sunshine prevails over 280 days a year, and the region receives over 16" of annual rainfall. Additional revenue from antelope hunting and a gravel pit lease adds to the cash flow prospect at Lazy EJ Ranch. Quality turf makes the Lazy EJ a superb cattle ranch. It will consistently wean +/- 600lb. calves and carry 400 head. There are 12 wells, 4 main pastures, 4 traps for gathering, and one set of steel pipe corrals. Headquarters includes two homes and several outbuildings.