Laguna Seca RanchWith producing gas & oil minerals rights included, there’s no comparison to this end of the road +/- 560 acre private holding with 3 sides backing up to the +/-1,550,000 acres of the Santa Fe National Forest. In 2019, two 30-inch plus mule deer were harvested within 200 yds. of the ranch house, and over the last 3 years, at least one 30-inch buck has come off the deeded acres per year. The immediate +7758 acres of Forest Service Grazing Allotment, split into 7 pastures bordering the ranch, are also included and permitted for 125-pair or 170 yearlings seasonally.The RanchLaguna Seca Ranch was originally acquired by the selling family in 1967. It’s been a producing cattle ranch, subsidized by world-class mule deer and elk hunting. Due to the development of the San Juan Basin Gas Field, the Seller owns all mineral rights on the property. The Seller is including the minerals rights and existing royalties from 2 producing oil/gas wells on the ranch. The Buyer will not have a gas bill as the mineral lease includes free natural gas to the 2 homes and heated shop on the ranch. There are 4 producing water wells on the ranch, excellent working pens, loading chutes, a covered 80-foot hay barn, tack room, shop, chicken coop and livestock scales The original +/- 2600 sq. ft. ranch house is 2-stories with an open floor plan and 12-inch adobe walls built to be cool in the summer and warm in the winter. The covered porch is to die for, whether enjoying coffee watching the morning sun coming up, livestock in the pastures or the deer coming in for a drink at the house tank. The home is in very sound and in good shape, with a dated interior that’s ready to be modernized to your liking. There’s also a covered 2-car carport. The estate is conveying the home(s) and ranch mostly furnished, as/is where is. There’s an incredible 100 x 50 shop, half being open large equipment bay, and half fully enclosed. The entrance has 14-foot doors, concrete floor, fully insulated and heated and is being conveyed with air compressor, tire machine, overhead electric and manual winches on sliding rails (see equipment list). The 2nd home is a late 90’s modular, 4 bedrooms/2 baths, 1800 sq. ft. with laundry, covered porch and carport. This home is also being conveyed mostly furnished. Both homes and shop are on Jemez Electric and include free natural gas. MineralsThere are two producing gas/oil wells on the property. All mineral rights with existing royalties (these dollars fluctuate) will convey to the Buyer. BMG is the mineral lessee. The two homes and shop also receive free natural gas as part of the mineral lease that will convey. Equipment List IncludedCrust Buster Seeded Feed Truck w/bale slicer Cat 12 BladeSmall Dump Truck10’6 Snow Plow17' Miller Disk Air compressor and tire machine Farming, Hunting & RanchingOf the 560 acres, approximately 65% is natural grass meadows and pasture, partially planted in food plots for elk and deer. There are rim rock formations, large PJ islands, scattered majestic ponderosa pines and oak brush that make up the timbered areas of the ranch. Several high viewpoints would be ideal for Texas-style shooting houses that can view food plots and corridors between bedding areas, feeding and water sources. The ranch is located in two hunting units: Unit 5B with unlimited landowner mule deer tags and an 80-acre game paradise located in Unit 5A that has been 100% on game tag fulfillment. The grazing allotment on the adjacent +/- 7758 acres of the Santa Fe National Forest permits 125-pair or 170 yearlings seasonally. The estate sold the cattle 2 years ago and is resting the permit. The grazing allotment includes four water wells on the permit as well. Seller represents this allotment may be subleased.Hunting PermitsNote: 2020 Big game tags are included and will convey to Buyer.Unit 5A1 bull elk permit2 archery mule deer permits1 muzzleloader mule deer permit2 rifle mule deer permitsUnit 5-BUnlimited rifle deer permits OTC1 bull elk permit for the ranchA special youth mule deer permit hunt late November OTC permits 1 bull elk permit for the ranchRio Grand/Merriams Turkey fall and spring hunts With end-of-the-road privacy and seclusion, world-class mule deer documented on the ranch, landowner elk tags, both spring and fall turkey seasons, existing income from producing mineral rights with royalties and a +/-7758 acre cattle grazing allotment on the immediately adjacent Santa Fe National Forest being conveyed, the diversity of ownership options of the Laguna Seca Ranch, Rio Arriba County, New Mexico, has no comparison by todays market. With stock markets fluctuating and oil prices down, invest and put your money to work in one of todays most versatile land ownership options in the one of the very best hunting units in North America. Laguna Seca Ranch is not expected to be on the market for long so email or call for additional information and to set up your qualified showing today! Co brokers welcome.