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Two Springs Ranch
#CO212974
Park, Colorado
331.00 acres
39 Mile Ranch consists of 331 +/- acres located in the heart of Colorado near Guffey. The ranch offers direct access to thousands of acres of national forest and opportunities for all types of recreation; either directly on the property or nearby. With plenty of usable land and great building sites with tremendous views, 39 Mile Ranch would make a great horse property, hunting property, hobby ranch or recreational retreat. Location The ranch is located just 10 minutes from the quaint town of Guffey in the heart of Colorado and in close proximity to a multitude of recreational destinations. Breckenridge, CO approximately 1.5 hours Colorado Springs, CO with commercial air service approximately 1 hour Eleven Mile Reservoir and Spinney Mountain State Park approximately 20-30 minutes Arkansas River approximately an hour. Royal Gorge Bridge and Canon City, CO approximately 40 minutes. Access The property is accessed via CR 59 which is a year round county maintained dirt road. Elevation, Topography, Vegetation The topography consists of rolling lower ground climbing in elevation to several high points with elevations from about 9,000 ft to 9,800 with mixture of high protein mountain grasses, aspens, bristlecone and ponderosa pines. Improvements 39 Mile Ranch has several old homestead log cabins, barns, corrals and outbuildings that add lots of character and a nostalgia of days gone by. The property is fully fenced and is in fair to good condition consisting mainly of 4 strand barbed wire and T-post construction. Water and Power There are 2 springs on the property that have been historically used for watering livestock and domestic use. The property also qualifies for at least 1 domestic well permit. Power is located at property line on county road. Hunting The ranch provides hunting opportunities for mule deer, elk, and pronghorn antelope and access to thousands of acres of national forest in GMU 58. The unit is draw only for all three species. There is also good varmint hunting on the property and national forest. The ranch qualifies for the Landowner Preference Point Program (LPP). Please contact John Hayter for more information on the LPP program and draw odds. Recreation There are multitudes of recreational opportunities directly on and from the ranch as well as nearby. Hunting Fishing Skiing Snowshoeing Horseback Riding Hiking Snowmobiling Biking Four Wheeling .and much more! Minerals Any and all minerals will convey
$850,000
Old Spanish Trail Ranch
#NM251407
Rio Arriba, New Mexico
2310.00 acres
When one stands on top of the rimrock overlooking the canyons of the Old Spanish Trail Ranch, it is easy to visualize an encampment of Spanish soldiers around the spring at the homestead or a band of Apaches standing in the same spot watching for their quarry. This area, like much of the desert Southwest, is a rough unforgiving country with miles and miles of desert with little or no water. That fact alone makes the Old Spanish Trail Ranch special given the large spring located at the homestead and additional wet weather springs in various canyon branches. The father of the current owner, over the years, found many artifacts from the Spanish days as well as Indian artifacts. This whole area is an archaeological gold mine. The story goes that the ranch was a stopping point in Largo Canyon for Spanish Soldiers traveling the old Spanish trail to Santa Fe. Thus the ranch name. There is even evidence on the canyon walls of much earlier visitors. Petroglyphs on the canyon walls tell a tale of ancient travelers and even more recent ones. The Crow Canyon Petroglyphs lie only a few miles to the north and are an incredible place to visit. It is easy to imagine the same ancient people who created the petroglyphs at Crow Canyon stopping by the homestead spring and leaving their own mark on the canyon walls. If you have a love for history, Southwest history in particular, or ancient cultures, you will love this area and the Old Spanish Trail Ranch. The ranch is awaiting a new owner to make it their home away from home for recreation, discovering old history and exploring, big game hunting (renowned New Mexico Mule Deer hunting) or building their dream hacienda for relaxing while enjoying the famous Southwest’s sunrises and sunsets. Location The ranch is located 20 minutes north of Counselor, New Mexico in some of the most scenic mesa and canyon country of north western New Mexico. Farmington, New Mexico - 1.5 hours Cuba, New Mexico - 1 hour Albuquerque, New Mexico - 2 hours Jicarilla Apache Nation Reservation - 5 minutes Access Access to ranch is via county maintained dirt road. Elevation, Topography, Vegetation The topography of the ranch is typical of the area with rimrock mesas covered in pinyon pines and junipers and in places where canyons provide shade and water gambel oaks that giving way to sagebrush flats criss crossed by deep arroyos. The elevation of the ranch ranges from 6,500 feet at the sagebrush flats to 6,700 ft on top of the mesas. Improvements There are no improvements on the deeded land. The old homestead is in disrepair and is located on the BLM. Current owner has indicated that the BLM may be open to a land swap for the homestead. Buyers to verify to their satisfaction. . Ag Uses Historically the ranch along with the BLM lease was predominantly utilized as a cattle ranch. With some improvements, the ranch could run a few head of cattle. Recreation This area offers numerous recreation activities (or leisure activities). If you love to explore, this whole area offers enough places to explore to last a lifetime. You will find something new every time you hike a canyon or traverse a mesa. There are new treasures out there just waiting to be found. If you like an adrenaline rush, bring your dirt bikes, four wheelers, ATVs and UTVs and fly through miles of sandy and rocky roads and trails. There is no reason for one to be left bored at the ranch given all the different activities available. Bring you adventurous spirit and blaze new trails. Things to do: Archaeology Treasure hunting Horseback Riding Hiking Biking Four Wheeling Hunting …...and much more! Hunting The ranch lies in GMU 2C which is one of the best mule deer units in New Mexico. This area is known for producing world class mule deer. Having said that, population densities for this arid desert region are very low as one would expect and therefore tag numbers are very low making odds of drawing a tag very low. Odds for drawing a unit wide rifle tag are as follows: Resident - 1 in 216 Non-Resident - 1 in 1335 Guided Draw - 1 in 418 Now Consider owning a ranch which will allow you to put into the landowner tag drawing which increases the odds considerably and couple that with having the resources this ranch does that pulls in wildlife to the ranch and you have a winning combination for an avid mule deer hunter. There is game sign all over the ranch with trails all leading towards the homestead with excellent pinch points where game funnels when dropping of the rimrock. Elk also frequent the ranch and elk tags are much easier to obtain in this unit. If you love to trap or varmint hunt this area is well suited for both activities. Call coyotes, bobcats and fox or one can trap for them as well. They all love to travel the sandy washes of the area. Mule Deer Elk Coyote Bobcat Fox Water and Power There is a large spring at the homestead and signs of several wet weather springs in the canyons. A power line crosses the property. Acreage Breakdown Deeded - 310 +/- acres BLM Lease - 2,000 +/- acres Minerals Seller does not believe to own any minerals. Any and all owned minerals to convey. Broker Comments Seller would consider selling north 90 acres and Blm lease separate. This is a phenomenal opportunity to purchase deeded ground in an area where there is very little privately owned land. In addition, with the resources nearby and potential for possible swap a buyer looking in this area needs to give this ranch a hard look. Listed By John Hayter Qualifying New Mexico Broker.
$750,000
Secret Valley Ranch
#NM445514
Rio Arriba, New Mexico
320.00 acres
Tucked away in its own hidden valley bordering BLM land, the ranch is complete with a large field, off-grid home, well, and ponds. The ranch is an excellent hunting property receiving elk tags and can also get mule deer tags in a trophy producing area. All improvements are in excellent condition ready for the hunting season. Location Located just 13 miles north of Lindrith behind 2 locked gates accessed by deeded easement. Elevation, Topography, Vegetation The ranch sits at an elevation of 7,400 feet to about 7,700 feet above sea level and the majority of the ranch lies in a valley between to high ridges offering a great field that is planted to attract wildlife. Pinyon and juniper are scatted across the ridges with mixed grama grasses and buffalo grass. Improvements The ranch is modestly improved with a 3/2 mobile home that is on a permanent cinder block foundations. The home is off-grid and is powered by solar and backup generator. Ag Uses The ranch can easily support a few head of cows or horses. Hunting Located trophy mule deer unit 5a there is an excellent opportunity to harvest great deer. The ranch can receive 2 mule deer vouchers. In addition, the ranch receives 2 elk vouchers and good bulls are regularly taken on the ranch. Turkey are prevalent on the ranch and also an occasional bear or lion will cross the ranch. Water and Power Water is provided by a water well with a solar pump and power is provided by solar panels and a battery bank with generator for backup. There are also 2 dirt tanks to provide water for wildlife as well as water can be piped to 3 water troughs for livestock and wildlife. All units of measure and maps showing property boundaries are approximate. Buyer to verify to their own satisfaction. This property is offered by John Hayter Inc, DBA Ranch Marketers. All information provided by Ranch Marketers or their sales representatives in connection with this property was acquired from sources deemed reliable and is believed to be accurate and reliable, however, we do not warrant its accuracy or completeness. Ranch Marketers recommends that every item of importance to the purchaser (i.e. water laws, mineral laws, zoning, land use regulations, state, federal and private permits) be independently verified by the purchaser and/or purchaser’s attorney.
$698,000
Sanchez Ranch
#NM218192
Mora, New Mexico
350.00 acres
Sanchez Ranch is located in Northern New Mexico close to Angel Fire and Eagle Nest which lie in the Enchanted Circle known for beautiful scenery and outdoor recreation. Coyote Creek State Park - 20 min. Angel Fire, New Mexico - 45 min. Eagle Nest Lake, New Mexico - 1 hr. Taos, New Mexico - 1.5 hrs. Santa Fe, New Mexico - 2 hrs. Access Access to property is by county road and can be restricted by locked gate if all neighbors agree. Elevation, Topography, Vegetation The ranch is flat to rolling at an elevation of 8,500 to 8,800 feet across the mountains overlooking Guadalupita Canyon covered with stands of thick timber interspersed with open meadows of high mountain grasses, draws and natural and man-made surface ponds. Water Water is currently provided to property by surface ponds. The available adjoining 350 acres can be added and gain a spring and additional surface ponds. Improvements None Ag Uses Historically, the ranch has served as a cattle ranch collectively with surrounding properties. The ranch is perfect for a horse ranch retreat with flat to rolling terrain, open meadows and timber. Timber The ranch has portions of heavy timber that could be selectively logged and are great sources for firewood. Hunting Located in GMU 46, Sanchez Ranch collectively with neighboring parcels currently receives 4 either sex and 4 cow elk tags. Owners represent they have inquired with New Mexico Game and Fish and it was represented each 350-acre parcel could qualify for up to 5 tags each. Buyer to verify information for their purposes prior to closing. 400+ class bulls have been taken near property. In addition, there is deer, bear, lion and lots of turkeys. The area due to having good sources of water is a natural draw for wildlife. Fishing There is excellent fishing nearby at Coyote Creek State Park and Eagle Lake is just an hour drive offering great lake fishing. Fishing available for following species: Rainbow Trout Coho Salmon Kokanee Salmon Cutthroat Trout Perch Bass Crappie Recreation The ranch offers many recreational opportunities such as ATVing, hiking, horseback riding, hunting, wildlife viewing and simply relaxing in the outdoors. In addition, the surrounding areas also offer many opportunities at state parks and on national forest. See the links below to information on a couple state parks. http://www.emnrd.state.nm.us/SPD/eaglenestlakestatepark.html http://www.emnrd.state.nm.us/spd/coyotecreeklakestatepark.html Snow skiing and golfing is found within an hour of the ranch at Angel Fire Ski and Golf Resort. Angel Fire is 4th in snowfall of all New Mexico ski resorts and has 80 runs. It also has the state’s best terrain park and only night skiing. Available activities at ranch and nearby: Hunting Skiing Fishing Horseback Riding Hiking Biking Four Wheeling Boating Golfing …and much more! Minerals Ownership of minerals is unknown. Any and all minerals owned will convey.  There is no oil and gas production in area.
$595,000
Sand Creek Ranch
#CO263115
Moffat, Colorado
578.00 acres
HUNT BIG MULE DEER THIS YEAR IN MONSTER BUCK UNIT! Sand Creek Ranch is an absolute sleeper hunting property. The ranch lies in the Northwest Colorado sagebrush country near Dinosaur National Monument. The area is deceiving in it looks relatively flat but in reality, is broken with draws and headers providing excellent cover for game. Sand Creek Ranch is a Mule Deer hunters dream and one of the most affordable trophy mule deer properties on the market. Location Located near Maybell, CO which is home to large ranches and lots of public land. The exact location of ranch will be shared with qualified buyers due to its hunting quality. Access Access is via gravel county road . Elevation, Topography, Vegetation The ranch site at an elevation of about 6,500 feet and is rolling hill country with steeper mountains to the northwest. It is typical sagebrush country of Northwest Colorado with grama grasses and little plains prickly pear. . Ag Uses Suitable for running a few head of cattle or horse, the ranch would make a good hobby ranch or horse ranch. The real value lies in the hunting. Hunting Hunting on the ranch and in general vicinity is phenomenal for mule deer. Numerous exceptional buck have been harvested and the area is known for producing monster non-typical mule deer with lots of cheaters and kickers. The ranch generally will receive 2 unit wide buck tags- 1 for 2nd rifle, 1 for 3rd rifle and occasionally will draw a 4th rifle prime tag is drawn. The ranch also draws 1 antelope tag. 1 2nd rifle and 1 3rd rifle tag for buck Mule Deer as well as 1 antelope tag was drawn for 2019. Elk hunting is also good and tags are over-the-counter. Hunt every year in Colorado on your own land and public ground. Fishing The ranch is in close proximity to the Snake River and the Yampa river which offers good fishing for trout and other fish species. Recreation There are numerous recreational opportunities on the ranch and in the surrounding area. Use the ranch as a base camp and go exploring in your 4X4 or UTV as there is lots of public land to explore on foot or ATV / 4X4. The beautiful Yampa River and Little Snake River are within a few miles of the ranch offering swimming, fishing, and kayaking/rafting. Dinosaur National Monument is just short distance from the ranch as well and offers lots of interesting places to visit. Recreation Hunting Fishing Swimming Kayaking ATVing Fly fishing Horseback riding Minerals Owner believes to own 100% of minerals and will convey all to buyer.
$512,900
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