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23833 Highway 64 West Taos NM 87571
#NM435694
Taos, New Mexico
1,835.00 acres
Incredible Family Compound Retreat or Private Wild West Dream Destination! 5,700 sq.ft. adobe owners residence perched on a hill with forever 360 degree views of the Taos Valley and the surrounding Rocky Mountains. Below the main house is a managers house, old log and stone cabin, and an additional 4 bedroom guest house. The Monitor style barn has 8 stalls and there is a separate equipment garage and workshop. Three round pens and a roping arena add to the equestrian ranch allure. Not much need to worry about the Corona Virus, or wear a mask, because once you are behind the entry gates you are protected by 1,835 acres of fenced cattle grazing land!
$3,575,000
Elk Basin Ranch, Catron County, NM
#NM439040
Catron, New Mexico
3,200.00 acres
If ever there was 10 out of 10 ranch that was managed with the discriminating trophy Elk & Mule Deer sportsman in mind, the +/- 3200 contiguous acres (+/- 2640 deeded and +/- 560 landlocked BLM) of Elk Basin Ranch, Catron County, NM is the one.  Elk Basin is located approximately halfway between Pie Town and Quemado NM, bordering the 10,000 acre BLM Mariano Natural Elk Habitat in the heart of Unit 12.  Nearby Fence Lake, in this Unit 12, was where the New Mexico State Record 442 bull was taken but a couple years back. WaterWith 3 wells (2 electric & 1 solar) servicing waterlines with 6 drinkers across the ranch, holding one to two hundred elk is a given at anytime.  The drought has no effect on Elk Basin, with the ranch located where the elk calve and breed. Water drinkers are float managed to feed overflow ponds/wallows, keeping the herd bulls staked out and numerous satellite bulls running between the ponds like nervous teenagers.  Habitat, Game & TagsAn almost perfect blend of 65% timber, 35% mixed meadows, with food plots and miles of edge allowing it to be the ideal habitat. There’s plenty of gramma grass and water capable of supporting +/- 50 AUM’s cattle grazing,  keeping an agricultural status on taxes.  The ranch elevation ranges from 6900 ft. to the higher 7000’s on the mountain tops, where the post-rut bulls herd up to heal, rest and recover from the rut.  Water is operated 24/7, 365 days a year to make sure the game never have a need to leave the Elk Basin Ranch.  The ranch is managed to the new Elk Contribution Standard.  For the 2020 season, the Elk Basin Ranch received 7 landowner tags (3 mature bull, 3 cow, 1 either sex) and the ranch has documented 375 bulls. The quality of mule deer the ranch carries is a wonderful surprise, with 190+ class deer documented on the ranch.  Mule deer tags are unlimited for the landowner.  (With an expedited close, tags may be available for 2020 season.)  Although known for its trophy elk and mule deer, Elk Basin Ranch also carries pronghorn antelope and predators, and the water holes make for a great dove shoot!  There’s an excellent trail system in place servicing the remote corners and that crisscross the ranch for family side-by-side rides and getting the game out.  Improvements. The ranch carries what some would consider the ideal, but not overdone, headquarters.  Specially located with great game views, the headquarters is close to the ranch entrance, hidden from public view and doesn’t interfere with the ranches best hunting.  There’s a 2019 modular with 2 bedrooms and 2 baths, fully furnished with power, gas, a back up generator and an end-to-end back porch to die for.  In the spirit of John Chisum, the porch is your heaven on earth, overlooking meadows, drinker, pond wallows and planted food plots so you better keep that spotting scope handy.  Perfect, but not overbuilt!   Keep your Polaris Ranger and tractor in the 40 ft. Zircon with custom doors and housing a special treat unique to Elk Basin, your very own Hydraulic High Lift which takes you up 30+ feet with the touch of a button. Incredible for game viewing and catching those unparalleled Southwest New Mexico sunsets. Location The ranch hosts incredible views of the Sawtooth Mountains to the east and Mariano Mesa to the west.  It’s a quick 20 minutes to dinner, groceries and gas at  Quemado.  It’s approximately 1 hour to Springerville, Arizona with jet capable air, 24-hour fuel  and courtesy cars.  Albuquerque International is 3 hours and Phoenix is 5 hours. Elk Basin is the consummate turnkey recreational ranch you’ve looked for your whole life. Call or email today for more information and a qualified showing. Co brokers welcome. 
$3,565,000
Beard Ranch
#NM256937
Union, New Mexico
2,825.00 acres
Summary The Beard Ranch is an excellent opportunity to step into a cattle operation that has been started right. It is not overly improved but has all the facilities needed for operating a horse and / or cattle ranch with owner and manager homes, cattle and horse facilities, and barns for equipment and livestock feed. The owners have made extensive improvements to the rangeland and you will need to see first hand the potential in this grass ranch. In addition, there is income opportunity from solar and wind energy. One only needs to view the photos to understand the beauty and potential of this ranch. Location The Ranch is located 5 minutes south of Clayton, New Mexico. The closest major airport with commercial services in Amarillo, Texas. Amarillo, Texas - 2 hours Raton, New Mexico - 1 hour 20 minutes Access Access to the ranch is via county maintained all weather caliche road. . Elevation, Topography, Vegetation The ranch sits at an elevation of approximately 4,900 feet and is flat to mild rolling terrain. Vegetation consists of numerous grasses such as hairy grama, black grama, sideoats, grama, and bluestem which are excellent for cattle and horses. The owners have invested a lot in controlling yucca and cacti as well as sage thus greatly improving vegetation compared to other ranches in the area. In addition the owners utilize shredding and rotational grazing to improve the ranch. Improvements The improvements are in good to excellent condition and consist of: 2 Homes 3 bedroom 2 bath brick home with garage Central heat and air Fireplace 30X50 barn 3 bedroom 3 bathroom stucco home that could be made into a 4 bedroom. Central heat and air Inline on-demand water heaters Propane Wood Stove 27X30 Barn with 10 foot walls and 14ft at peak Log sided cabin with carport 45x60 equipment barn 20X30 Hay barn Horse barn with stalls 175X300 arena set up for team roping with boxes, return alley, and holding pens. 2 round pens - 175 ft and 50 ft All dimensions are approximate - Buyer to verify to their satisfaction. . Ag Uses The Beard Ranch is in the early stages of being improved for cattle and horses and is already showing major gains. The owners are currently running a very conservative 70 pairs with no supplemental feed. They have spent an enormous amount of time improving the rangeland by removing yucca, cacti, and sage as well as shredding pastures on a schedule to provide the most gains. You will be able to see the difference between neighboring ranches and this ranch in photos along fence lines. Photos were taken right after spring mowing of some pastures stimulating tremendous amounts of new growth in all species of native grasses. In addition, the owners utilize rotational grazing further improving pastures. This ranch has tremendous potential and with continued efforts similar to what current owners have been utilizing, new owners will see even more improvement in the coming years making this an excellent cattle, horse or combination ranch. Hunting There is good hunting for antelope on the ranch as well as predators. Recreation This ranch is set up to be enjoyed by horse enthusiasts. Whether you want to train cutting horses, team roper, calf rope or train horses for a variety of disciplines this ranch is ready. All you need to do is bring your horses and cattle. Water and Power Water is provided by 5 wells on property and electric power lines are on site in multiple places. Minerals Seller owns 100% of the minerals and will convey with owner retaining 50% of any revenue for a period of 20 years. Solar and Wind rights Seller will convey 100% retaining 50% of any revenue for period of 20 years
$3,500,000
Sawmill Creek Ranch
#NM261394
Grant, New Mexico
4,759.00 acres
Sawmill Creek Ranch +/- 4170 Deeded Acres + /- 589 Leased AcresBordering the Gila National Forest, the +/- 4170 deeded acres plus 589 leased acres of the Dripping Springs Allotment of the Saw Mill Creek Ranch in Grant County, New Mexico may just be the land investment you’ve been looking for.  With a year-round live creek and 3 solar wells, this well- timbered parcel of the Y6 Ranch has never been on the market in its history. The well-watered canyons and mesas have maintained cattle for generations and is in a great position to become the game producing mecca you’ve longed for.  A ranch with grazing income!  Low Taxes!  Incredible water and game!  A county-maintained road accesses this secluded parcel consisting of end-to-end live creek framed by cottonwoods and massive oaks and dripping springs feeding rocky pools that run year round.  Native grass meadows, alligator bark junipers, pinions, ponderosa pines and more.  And did I mention massive oaks!!!  The ranch carries unlimited landowner elk and mule deer tags, with Coues Whitetail, javelina, turkey and bear along with quail, lion, bobcat and coyote as a bonus. Located against the Arizona border, BGU 23, the regulations allow for unlimited landowner deer and elk tags (check regulations).   The Gila is noted for producing some World Class trophy size elk, large mule deer and some very nice Coues Whitetails. This parcel has been the underutilized parcel of a much larger ranch that has been in the same family for generations.  Should the buyer be interested in maintaining the very low tax ag status, the family would be interested in continuing a leased grazing and care-taking arrangement.  Dripping Springs Allotment is an additional +/-589 acres Gila National Forest Grazing Lease adjacent to the deeded acreage that allows for 24 cattle pair to be grazed 6 months a year, for just a few dollars a year. The property is currently undergoing surveying and fencing.  Actual acreage may vary.   Sawmill Creek Ranch, while being secluded, has 3 good wells and is accessed via county maintained road. The Sawmill Creek Ranch has gorgeous canyons, creek bottom, large meadows and a couple dirt tanks but is wide open for some additional game management.  Bull elk rubs abound up and down the canyon.  No improvements currently exist so your investment is totally in the land.  The ranch is off-grid and within a half mile of power, but it would be best served by solar.  The locations for your hidden cabin or home are too many to count.  Incredible weather, scenic 360-degree views, untouched flora and fauna, teeming with wildlife, what more could you ask for? Close proximity to Tucson, Phoenix and California make this a great getaway.Virgin holdings such as the Sawmill Creek Ranch /Drippings Springs Grazing Allotment are almost non-existent today.  Call or email Greg Liddle for additional information and a qualified showing. Co Brokers Welcome! Note:  In order to confirm a showing, financial verification is required. Thank you.   
$3,372,000
Old Highway Trophy Mule Deer & Elk Ranch
#NM353998
Rio Arriba, New Mexico
2,038.00 acres
Old Highway Trophy Mule Deer and Elk Ranch+/-2038 deeded acres bordering the Jicarilla Apache ReservationWith 2+ miles of shared border with the +/- 900,000 acres of the World Famous Mule Deer Mecca of the Jicarilla Apache Reservation, the Old Highway Ranch is difficult to duplicate for the consummate trophy mule deer aficionado!  Tired of chasing tags?  Can’t live with over $20,000 for a Jicarilla buck draw tag or $80,000 + for a Jicarilla auction mule deer tag?  Perhaps this is the hunting land investment for you? Rio Arriba County has produced more B&C Mule Deer than any other county in the United States since 1960 and the Old Highway Trophy Mule Deer and Elk Ranch, consisting of +/-2038 deeded acres, borders the Jicarilla Apache Reservation, which is +/-900,000 acres of the best managed mule deer in North America.  Last year, 120+ applicants applied for 7 draw tags at a price of over $20,000 per tag, with the Jicarilla Bucks averaging +/- 205 inches.  Is this the hunting property that you've waited for your whole life?   Non-tribal tags go for +/- $20,000 (only 7 a year on the Jicarilla and the annual mule deer auction tags that average $80,000-$90,000 per year).  Bucks in the 240 class have been documented and harvested in this immediate area. The ranch features year round county road access, power, cell phone coverage and an easy 2.5 hour drive from Albuquerque International Airport and/or Durango Colorado,  90 minutes to Farmington Regional Airport and just 15 minutes to Cuba, New Mexico and the best enchiladas you can imagine!Located in both Rio Arriba County and Sandoval County, and Big Game Units 6A and 5A, Eastman’s Outdoor Journal says it’s to be one of the nations best trophy mule deer units.  Unit 6A provides for unlimited landowner mule deer tags and Unit 5A allots 1-2 tags annually. And, in addition to normal 6A and 5A tags, the ranch qualifies for enrollment into the New Mexico Landowner Deer Incentive Tag Program that incentivizes the landowner with 2 late season buck tags each year as a reward for good land stewardship. (Check Regulations)  The ranch features 2 archery elk and 2 to 4 rifle mature bull tags annually, with cow elk tags as well.    Fenced and gated, the ranch has 6 water holes, 4 food plots and comes with a drive-in metal building, a custom indoor cleaning rack and a walk-in cold room, allowing for excellent game meat and trophy head preservation.  In addition the ranch includes 10 brand new game feeders and 6 brand new Dillion tower blinds.  The bull elk are noted for being over 300+ with an occasional monster taken over 350 in the area.  The Ranch consists of big mesa views, Pinion and Juniper islands, waterholes and sage meadows interspersed with food plots. Improvements include a comfortable and completely furnished, but not overbuilt, 2015 modular home with 3 bedrooms, 2 baths complete with front and back decks, a bonus refrigerator and a freezer.  The barn, corrals and property are completely fenced and there’s paved access. The ranch features not only city water but also a new well that was drilled in 2018. All tags are available for the 2020 season. Due to family health issues the owner has not been able to visit the ranch in two years and said “sell it for what I have in it”! With consistent trophy mule deer producing properties almost impossible to find, and tags taking up to 20 years to draw, Old Highway Trophy Mule Deer and Elk Ranch is not expected to be on the market long so call or email today for more information and your  qualified showing. Co brokers welcome and contracts contingent upon inspection welcome!    
$3,164,000
Laughing Sheep Ranch
#NM253134
Lincoln, New Mexico
84.00 acres
Laughing Sheep Ranch is a water-rich, recreational heaven. The property features 1.25 +/- miles of Rio Bonito river frontage on both sides, lush green pastures, 5 blue-ribbon stocked fishing ponds, wooded areas, wetlands and great views of the Capitan Mountains. Enjoy tremendous fishing, waterfowl hunting and elk hunting as the property is eligible for one landowner elk tag. The property is an easy 30-minute drive to the very popular and beautiful mountain resort town of Ruidoso, New Mexico. Only 5 miles to the east of the ranch is downtown Lincoln, home the famed Billy The Kid, the Lincoln County Courthouse and the Lincoln County Wars. This famous and important piece of western history is alive and well on the ranch and artifacts from that time are still found on the property. This property is ideally suited as a gentleman's ranch or farm but can also be utilized as a-revenue generating property. Historically, the current owner has run a farm-to-table restaurant, dude ranch and livestock operation on the land. The irrigated land can support approx 6o pairs of cattle and the current owner runs 30 pair of sheep as well. In past years it has supported 300 head of sheep. However, the possibilities of this property are many. With multiple building sites to choose from, the property could become a luxurious residence or second residence with tremendous recreational value. The park-like setting of 42 irrigated acres, with 17 more acres sub-irrigated, the 5 beautiful ponds, the winding live water stream, mountain views and wooded areas are among the many attractive amenities this property has to offer. WATER Acre-for-acre, this is one of the most well-watered properties you can find. The property comes with 42 acres of deeded water rights. The water is served by a private irrigation ditch with with no other neighbors in line. There is also a reserve irrigation well with no meter or stated limitations to how much water can be pulled. The reserve well is registered and the water rights documented. The property also features two large springs. Because of the abundance of water already on the property, the owners have never been compelled to develop the springs, but they sit as another potential source of water for a future owner. The 5 large fishing ponds are also water tanks for the irrigated pastures. Each tank is piped to one another and each have valves which are used for some of the flood irrigation. Each pasture has redundant irrigation systems, allowing the operator to choose from flood irrigation or sprinkler irrigation. RESIDENTIAL IMPROVEMENTS The main home is a 1700+/- sq. ft ranch home with 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. Wood burning stoves, a central heating and central cooling system keep the home heated and cooled. A hot tub sits on the back porch with great views of the pastures, mountains and ponds. In addition to the main home, there are a series of 5 guest cabins throughout the property. The cabins are spread throughout different parts of the property and strategically located to give each it's own personality and experience. The cabins are great for guests or can be used for revenue. There is also a 4500 sq. ft. restaurant building with 2 small apartments on it's second floor for additional housing options. The restaurant building could also be converted into a residential structure or used for a variety of purposes. It features a large stone fireplace and floor-to-ceiling picture windows with tremendous views. AGRICULTURAL IMPROVEMENTS 42 acres of irrigated pasture are at the heart of this property. There are 5 pastures for livestock rotation, all with good fencing. There is a new set of cattle pens and chutes, just built in 2019. The property has a 90'x110' barn with 8 stalls, large tack and feed rooms and a small shop. There is also a beautiful 60' round pen. There are two very large greenhouses with heating and cooling systems. These greenhouses once grew the produced used in the restaurant and are now used by the owner for personal use and enjoyment. As mentioned before, the irrigation systems are redundant, giving the owner a choice between flood irrigation or sprinkler irrigation. All pumps and systems are in top working condition and maintained regularly. HISTORICAL AND RECREATIONAL AREA Laughing Sheep Ranch sits 5 miles from the historic downtown of Lincoln, New Mexico. This little town is the home of Billy the Kid and the Lincoln County Wars. This place was an important crossroads of the American West and there are many historic things to see and experience in the immediate area. Only 30 minutes from the ranch is the popular mountain town of Ruidoso, New Mexico. Skiing, museums, hiking, fishing restaurants and golfing are all top notch in Ruidoso, making it a wonderful recreational option for the Laughing Sheep Ranch.
$3,163,000
Greenbelt View Belen NM 87002
#NM327068
Valencia, New Mexico
107.00 acres
This property comes with 59.93 acre feet of water for development. Very close access to the Freeway (I-25). Beautiful views of the Greenbelt valley and 3 Mountain Ranges. Perfect for an investment opportunity, to build, develop or whatever the imagination gives.
$3,100,000
Grant County, NM Gila National Forest Inholding Tracts
#NM235174
Grant, New Mexico
539.00 acres
Grant County, NM Gila National Forest Inholding Tracts: 539.31 Acres in 5 Tracts! These five separate deeded parcels offered for sale individually or as a package. All tracts are located in Grant County, New Mexico. The parcels are listed below by name along with a description. THE COONEY 160 +/- deeded acres with Mimbres River frontage flowing through from north to south and extremely good access off USFS #150. Ponderosa pine, rich archeological sites, and beautiful meadows throughout. Gila elk, deer, and numerous other species frequent the borders of this parcel often. 100% of this parcel is surrounded by Gila National Forest. New Mexico Game and Fish Wildlife Unit 16B Price: $8,000/deeded acre THE #406 155.74 +/- deeded acres of bottomland with the Mimbres River flowing from north to south. This parcel was rumored to harbor horses stolen from Ft. Bayard by Geronimo. A small natural amphitheater is tucked back off the river bottom where bandits could hide from cavalry. The hillsides are dotted with ponderosa, pinion and juniper. Gila elk, deer, and numerous other species frequent the borders of this parcel often. 100% of this parcel is surrounded by Gila National Forest. New Mexico Game and Fish Wildlife Unit 16B Price: $5,000/deeded acre THE GERONIMO 105 +/- deeded acres of beautiful bottomland with the Mimbres River bisecting the parcel from top to bottom. This parcel is access by USFS Road 4080T. Ponderosa, pinion and juniper are found throughout. Gila elk, deer, and numerous other species frequent the borders of this parcel often. 100% of this parcel is surrounded by Gila National Forest. New Mexico Game and Fish Wildlife Unit 16B Price: $5,000/deeded acre THE MCKNIGHT 78.57 +/- deeded acres of beautiful land with grama grass meadow along with ponderosa, pinion and juniper hillsides. This parcel is located a little over 1 mile NE of NM #35 in McKnight Canyon. Gila elk, deer, and numerous other species use these lands daily. 100% of this parcel is surrounded by Gila National Forest. New Mexico Game and Fish Wildlife Unit 16B Price: $4,000/deeded acre THE SHINGLE 40 +/- deeded acres of ponderosa, pinion and juniper located off the Georgetown County road on USFS road #782 4106. Coues deer frequent this parcel as do other Gila ecosystem wildlife. 100% of this parcel is surrounded by Gila National Forest. New Mexico Game and Fish Wildlife Unit 24 Price: $4,000/deeded acre
$3,057,980
ABQ Ranch
#NM256995
Bernalillo, New Mexico
2,170.00 acres
ABQ Ranch offers a rare opportunity to purchase a large acreage ranch very close to Albuquerque, New Mexico. This ranch will feel like a property that is much bigger due to the terrain as well as areas that offer thick timber. Enjoy expansive vistas from the upper elevations on the limestone rimrock or the quiet seclusion of the grassy parks and meadows. There are numerous beautiful building locations from high points with expansive views or hidden meadows that offer seclusion and peace and quiet to watch wildlife. This ranch is truly a blank slate for a new owner to sculpt into their ideal ranch, luxury estate, or simple recreation retreat. Location The ranch is located 10 minutes south of Chilili and straddles the Torrence and Bernalillo County line. The closest commercial service airport is located 35 minutes away at Albuquerque. Albuquerque, New Mexico - 35 minutes Tijeras, New Mexico - 15 minutes Access Access to the ranch is via all-weather maintained caliche road. . Elevation, Topography, Vegetation .The elevation of the range ranges from a highest point of around 7,100 feet to around 6,600 feet at the lowest point. Vegetation consist of a variety of tree species including alligator juniper, red juniper, pinyon pines, and a few ponderosa pines with grasses including different species of grama grasses, bush muhly, vine mesquite, buffalo, and slender wheatgrass to name a few along with various wildflower and cacti species Ag Uses ABQ Ranch could be utilized as a cattle ranch, horse ranch or combination ranch running a few head of cattle and/or horses. The ranch would need to be fenced before owner would be able to stock livestock. Timber A fire impacted approximately one-third of the ranch in 2016 leaving good quantities of fire-cured standing dead timber which makes excellent firewood. Possible to contract out to sell for firewood or hire hands to cut and sell. Hunting Hunting for elk and deer is good with lots of sign of deer on the ranch. The ranch is located in game management area 14 and should be really good hunting with all the new growth after the 2018 fire. Recreation Owners can enjoy numerous recreational activities including ATVing, hiking, shooting, and horseback riding, and the best part is the new owner will be able to construct trails and roads exactly how they want them as there are almost no roads or trail systems on the property. Water and Power There are several points where power is located at the property line or just off the property. Water would be provided by well that would need to be permitted and drilled. There is a surface tank that is dry and would need to be cleaned out to improve holding capacity. Minerals Any and all minerals owned will convey.
$2,997,000
Hardy Ridge Ranch
#NM262118
Socorro, New Mexico
500.00 acres
Welcome to Hardy Ridge, a premiere New Mexico hunting ranch where each morning natures magic presents itself. This ranch is graced with natural springs, pinon-juniper slopes, majestic oak and pine in deep canyons, and abundant wildlife spread across its 500 acres on the western Magdalena Mountain range. Hardy Ridge is located in Socorro County 18 and a half miles from Magdalena, 45 miles from Socorro and only 140 miles from Santa Fe. The ranch is isolated yet is supplied with 110 and 220 power to accommodate the needs and visions of the owner. The natural springs which feed into Arrowhead Tank, produce enough water to supply the irrigation and water needs of ranch residents. Beautifully maintained ponds, tanks and alfalfa fields provide water and feeding grounds where elk, deer, turkey, bear, javelina and mountain lions frequent. Several types of hunting stands give hunters or wildlife observers outstanding views of the irrigated fields and watering holes. The rolling terrain and wooded canyons provide sheltering habitat for trophy game as well as beautiful areas for hiking or simply enjoying the surroundings. The ranch’s elevation extends from 7400 to 8400 feet with a maintained central road and easy access to other keys areas of this wonderful New Mexico ranch. Premier Ranch Properties is excited to bring this piece to the market: $2.9M, 500 deeded acres with ponds, tanks, alfalfa fields and abundant game
$2,900,000