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El Capitan Trophy Elk, Land & Cattle Ranch
#NM419839
Lincoln, New Mexico
24000.00 acres
El Capitan Trophy Elk, Land & Cattle RanchLarge 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 Ruidoso’s 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. Hunting 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.  There’s 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.   Improvements 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. There's a large 60’ x 80’ metal shop, full elk handling facilities, corrals, and traps for breeding. All are included.  There’s 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. Caretaker/manager 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.InvestmentWith 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 can’t 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.
$14,245,000
Thompson Land, Oryx, Elk and Cattle Ranch
#NM261163
Socorro, New Mexico
17529.00 acres
Thompson Ranch Land, Oryx, Elk & Cattle, Socorro County, Mountainair, NM 17,529 total acres (10,590 Deeded Acres, 4,808 Acres New Mexico State Lease, 1,651 BLM Acres, 480 Uncontrolled Acres)  Game ManagementWhile best known for producing excellent quality Angus Bulls, the Thompson Ranch Land & Cattle unique location, situated in the foothills of the Los Pinos Mountains and bordering the 230,000 acre Sevilleta National Wildlife Refuge (that does not allow hunting), provides the Thompson Ranch as the ideal game sanctuary.  One flight over the Sevilleta this past year documented over 35 bull elk in one herd.  Rocky Mountain Elk, Oryx and antelope have not been hunted in 25+ years on the ranch, with only an occasional mule deer harvested by a family member. The owner has managed this incredible holding for excellent cattle and game management, growing the elk, antelope, Oryx herds and mule deer to its current proportions.  Socorro County has been a known B&C bull elk producer and the Thompson Ranch holds some incredible animals documented in the 375+ range, with typical mule deer to 190+ and the occasional 220+ non-typical. The pronghorn abound and the free range Oryx (Gemsbok) roam on and off the ranch from the bordering White Sands Missile Range to the South. Every waterhole and drinker holds quail and doves.  Lion, coyotes and bear are available for the predator enthusiast.  New Mexico’s 3rd largest black bear came from the Thompson Ranch.  Rocky Mountain Bighorn Sheep are ranch visitors from time to time.  10 landowner elk tags annually, (more possible), OTC Landowner mule deer tags, Off Range Oryx Tags (Year Round) and unlimited landowner antelope tags.Cattle Production  For the tax minded investor, the depreciation schedule is available for qualified customers.Known internationally for producing Black Angus Cattle & World Class Bulls, the ranch has traditionally carried 328 AUYL or 700+ yearlings for average moisture years. The ranch facilities include 8 wells (total 6 windmills, 4 submersibles, 1 solar) 19 drinkers, 11 dirt tanks and +/- 11 miles of 1 ¼ ” PVC Pipeline.Fencing and Corrals+/- 57 miles of 4-strand barbwire fencing and divided into 14 pastures.  In addition to the pipe shipping pens, the working corrals, the cattle/calf shuts and the scales at the headquarters, the ranch features 9 working corrals, 6 with calf tables, throughout the ranch. Blue Gramma, Black Gramma, and Sand Drop are the predominant grasses.  Also included are Vine Mesquite, Bottlebrush, Squirreltail, Indian Rice Grass and Sacaton.  Browse includes Chamisa, Winter Fat and Cholla.   Elevations will vary from 6100’ – 7300’ with prominent mesas, canyons, rolling hills and primary pinion and juniper cover. Average rainfall is 12” to 14”.Headquarter Improvements+/- 2800 sq. ft. custom built 2-3 bedrooms/2 bath main house, including an incredible commercial kitchen. +/- 1000 sq. ft. guest house/caretaker quarters with 2 bedrooms/1 bath+/- 3200 sq. ft. barn with tack room and storage+/- 2,200 sq. ft. Quonset hut/workshop60’ x 30’ Metal hay barn60’ x 30’metal commodity barnOverhead cake storagePower, telephone, high speed internet and fiber optic throughout the ranchHoldings like the Thompson Ranch Land & Cattle are very rare indeed.  +/- 17,500 acres bordering the +/- 230,000 acres of the Sevilleta National Wildlife Refuge is incomparable.  Numerous old stone homesteads and native American remnants compliment the rolling hills with views from the Magdalenas to the Manzanos.Call/email today for additional information and get your qualified showing appointment set, as a comp to this ranch does not exist. Co brokers Welcome. Note: In order to confirm a showing, financial verification is required. Thank you. 
$9,995,000
Bayfield Marketplace
#CO438602
La Plata, Colorado
2.00 acres
Bayfield Marketplace Shopping Center offers a prime commercial location with direct visibility and signage along US Highway 160.  The larger center is currently 100% occupied and totals for approximately 22,500 square feet.  The Grocery Store at Bayfield anchors the property and comprises 10,000 square feet.  The Grocery underwent an interior remodel in 2019 and is the go-to food source for both the Bayfield community and Highway 160 travelers.  The Grocery is a full-service store, providing fresh produce, meats, baked goods, dairy, floral arrangements, as well as an extensive selection of frozen food items and beer sales.  Shopping center tenants include: Mountain West Insurance, AJ’s Pizza, Wendy’s Grooming, Coin Laundry and Subway.  An approximate 1,800 square foot area consists of upper-level office/administrative space and there is an ATM kiosk positioned in the southeast corner of the parking lot.  Situated on a 2.2-acre corner site with Business zoning, the shopping center features a parking ratio of 4.2 stalls per 1,000 square feet of building area.  The parking areas of the shopping center were resurfaced and restriped in 2018.  Property will convey with additional Town of Bayfield water taps.With the population of Bayfield and La Plata County forecasted to continually increase, this property is well-positioned to capitalize.  Annual sales for The Grocery Store continue to increase and rental rate upside exists for in-place tenants.  Ownership will entertain different purchase options for the grocery and strip retail portions of the property.  Call Greg Liddle for more information or to schedule a pre-qualified showing.  Co-brokers welcome.Note:  Financial verification and a Non Disclosure Agreement required to view documents and to schedule a showing.  Thank you.
$6,200,000
Yonderosa West Ranch
#NM342394
Rio Arriba, New Mexico
2390.00 acres
Yonderosa West Ranch +/- 2390 deeded acres, Rio Arriba County, New Mexico Located in the very heart of the Tres Piedras Ranger District, Carson National Forest in North Central New Mexico, approximately 12 miles south of the Colorado State line, lies this end-of-the-road hidden elk paradise.Comprised of +/- 2390 private deeded acres surrounded by thousands of acres of Carson National Forest, one can’t get any more private and secure. Holding an agricultural status, annual taxes on this ranch are +/- $125.  Being ground zero for elk, in 2019 the state of New Mexico Department of Game & Fish issued Yonderosa West 16 elk tags (6 bull, 6 cow and 4 archery either sex) as the ranch has been managed exclusively as a family hunting retreat for over 25 years.  The ranch comprises of spring, summer and fall elk range and is made up of +/- 50% aspen, Blue Spruce, Douglas Fir and Ponderosas, with approximately 50% in natural grass meadows.  Springs are numerous, the streams hold lots of trout and the elk wallows abound.   Mule deer attain trophy status with massive timberline bucks.  This area of Rio Arriba County, Unit 4, allows for unlimited landowner mule deer tags with application deadline (check regs). Bear, turkey and blue grouse also frequent the ranch, as do antelope, with landowner tags as well. Improvements Off grid, solar-powered with a +/- 3300 sq. ft. 5 bedroom/4 bath lodge under construction.  The home is 75% complete and livable with 3 bedrooms/2 baths, a fireplace and a 2-car basement garage.  There’s also a +/- 100-year old rustic cabin with 3 bedrooms/1 bath and a new roof. Solar is the power source with your very own headquarters well. Seller is including a limited equipment list. The seclusion and privacy of Yonderosa West has served this family well for over a quarter century, but due to family needs the seller says its time to close this chapter. Priced to sell, this proven end-of-the-road elk producer & family legacy won’t last long. Call or email today for more information and your qualified showing.  Co brokers welcome. (See Owner’s Notes below for additional information)Over 20 years ago the father/son team of Charles and Cal set out to find their piece of the Western dream.  Charles was winding down a 40-year career in ophthalmology to help Cal with his successful construction company.  Living in the panhandle of Florida, the summer heat had them dreaming of cooler temperatures and beautiful mountain scenery.  So their quest began to find the ultimate get-away.  But before any decisions were made, they sat down and made a wish list of criteria for their mountain slice of heaven.  The list included the following:Seclusion - First and foremost they wanted to be off-the-beaten-path.  Paved roads and highway noise would not be acceptable.  After all, you can get that anywhere and they would rather drop the truck into 4-wheel drive than put up with noisy roads. Wildlife - Being avid hunters and outdoorsmen they knew that they wanted an abundance of game.  If the property was secluded but didn’t have any wildlife, then what good was it?Climate - After spending their whole lives in the south, they desperately wanted something with cool temperatures during the summer months even if it meant dealing with the snow in the winter.  They were both avid snow skiers and snowmobilers so having some fresh powder to play in was just fine with them. National Forest Access - Although having national forest access was not a deal breaker it was high on the list.  This is where the seclusion criteria came in.  Having national forest access on a well-traveled road is just asking for traffic.  This ranch is just secluded enough to keep your average sightseer away.  But it borders the Carson National Forest on its east boundary for over two miles thus opening access to thousands of acres.Accommodations - There needed to be someplace to stay while the boys decided what kind of Lodge they wanted to build.  This ranch had a small log cabin that dates back to the early 1930’s, which served as a perfect place to stay.  With a new metal roof and a modern bathroom added it was very cozy.  They have recently started building an impressive 3300 square foot lodge that will have 5 bedrooms and 4 bathrooms when completed.  The lodge is 75% completed and livable.  It just needs your own finishing touches.Charles & Cal spent weeks out west and traveled from southern New Mexico to northern Montana but they finally found what they were looking for in Rio Arriba County - the Yonderosa West Ranch.  The 2390+/- deeded acres in the famed game Unit 4 and has some of the most pristine Northern New Mexico country you have ever seen.  With elevations averaging 10,000 feet, the elk head has a perfect blend of open range and heavily wooded forest.  The neighboring Carson National Forest was designated an elk calving area and no motorized vehicles are allowed. This place is an elk hunters dream!  You can often count several head of elk right off the back porch.  If you’re hunting elk from the lodge you don’t want to leave too early, especially before daylight, as you’ll most likely spook the elk you didn’t see.  In addition to elk, there is a vast array of other species to pursue.  Mule deer, black bear, coyotes, and the state of New Mexico just recently opened an antelope season to chase North America’s fastest animal.  There is a healthy population of antelope on the property in the warmer months.The lodge has a full basement with two single car garages.  As the lodge is way, way, off the grid it currently uses solar electricity with a backup generator.  There is a well that only had to be drilled about 50 feet deep and has never gone dry, even in the driest years.  It has a 110-volt pump and produces some awesome mountain water. There are two small streams on the property that are full of brook trout. Bring your fly rod, as there +/- 8 ponds on the two spring-fed streams holding loads of brook trout, some natural, some man made.  As Charles & Cal grow older they realize that it might be time to pass this amazing place on to a next owner.  Thanks for considering the Yonderosa West Ranch for your next adventure.   
$4,780,000
Jornado Ranch
#NM464823
Sierra, New Mexico
28028.00 acres
The Jornado Ranch is a working cattle ranch in Southern New Mexico, located approximately 26 miles from Truth or Consequences.  The ranch is made up of +/- 28,028 acres consisting of 1,788 deeded acres, 5,462 acres of NM State Lease, and 20,480 acres of BLM Lease, and is permitted for 300 head of cattle.  The ranch has 9 wells equipped with solar ranging in depth from 22’ to 500’ deep and is cross-fenced into Four separate pastures. Improvements on the ranch consist of the main ranch house, the foreman’s house, a year-round operational private runway and airplane hangar, and two sets of working pens.  The main home is a 3bedroom/2bathroom southwestern style home with a large open kitchen complimented by custom cabinetry and large dining area.  The great room has an exquisite stone fireplace and attached sunroom.  Cathedral ceilings and Saltillo tile can be found throughout the house.  A 4 ft. adobe wall surrounds the home outside.  In the courtyard there is a natural rock flag station, with an imposing 1000-pound cannon from 1858 which came from the Fort Seldon Army Calvary Headquarters in Las Cruces.  The foreman’s house is also a 3bedroom/2bath home that includes a kitchen, laundry room, great room, dining room and covered porch. The Jornado Ranch has a rich and unique history.  This ranch began when a man named Charlie Graham came to New Mexico from West Texas and settled here.  Mr. Graham raised mustangs on the Jornada plains and sold them to the U.S. Army cavalry.  He once ran 10,000 horses at a time.  The ranch was bought from the last Graham heir in 1993.  Mulitple ancient native American sites exist on The Jornado Ranch and it has been visited by many well known historical figures including:  Juan De Onate (New Mexico’s first governor), Kit Carson, Geronimo, Meriwether Lewis Clark, William Bonney (Billy the Kid), Pat Garret, Gene Rhodes and more.   The ranch is located across the county road from Spaceport America.  Spaceport America is the first purpose-built commercial spaceport in the world and is an active test facility.The topography of the ranch is a high desert, rolling terrain with a variety of grasses and shrub vegetation some which include: Grama Grass (Blue and Side Oats), Tabosa Grass, Giant Sacaton, Winter Fat, Chamise, Apache Plume, and Cholla.  A large variety of wildlife call this area home including: Antelope, Deer, Oryx, Coyote, Mountain Lion and more. This area in New Mexico boasts a mild climate with average temperatures ranging from approximately 32 degrees in the winter and 95 degrees in the summer.  T or C has a Wal-Mart, a hospital, schools, even including a branch of Western New Mexico University.  Las Cruces is approximately 55 miles from the ranch and offers a multitude of amenities as well. Please call today for more information or to schedule a qualified showing.  Co Brokers welcome.  Financial verification is required prior to all showings.  
$4,300,000
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