1,428+/- Acres offered in 10 Tracts Ranging in Size from 2.5+/- to 319.5+/- Acres Secluded Lodge Style Country Home Potential Building Sites Pasture Tillable Land Grazing Creek Woodland Wildlife Hunting & Recreation Northeast of Eau Claire Northwest of Wausau Onl...
Cattle Country, Highly Improved and Productive Pastures, good fences. Average rainfall around 45 inches per year, lots of grass!!. .....60 minutes from downtown Dallas to Texas Heaven..... Modern Home, Pool, 100x50 Hay barn, Ponds and Rolling hills, Mature oak trees, 35 acre...
Riverfront Sale! 2.1 acres with frontage on the Elk River AND bordering Pisgah National Forest for ONLY $44,900! Other properties include barniminium bordering a mountain creek and large acreage up to 67 acres in size!
DVR LAKE RANCH-LOGAN, NM
State: New Mexico
Property Type: All native grass ranch for livestock grazing/hunting/recreation
Acres: Total Acres 22,639.44 acres more or less (as represented by Seller)
Hunting land for sale in New Mexico comprises a mix of rugged, high-desert terrain where wildlife number mountain goats, bighorn sheep, coyotes and javelina. Based on recent Lands of America data, the average price of hunting land for sale in Mora County ($6 million) was more than the statewide average for New Mexico hunting land for sale. The average size of hunting land for sale in Mora County (7,017 acres) was also greater than the state average for New Mexico hunting land for sale. Of the 7,017 acres of Mora County hunting land for sale, the most expensive hunting land for sale was $9.9 million. Browse all Mora County hunting land for sale on Lands of America to find the hunting acreage that suits your hunting and outdoor-recreation interests, whether you're an individual looking to invest in hunting land for future use or commercial operation looking for land on which to expand your commercial hunting operation.
Land for sale including Hunting Land in Mora County New Mexico
This is a rare one of a kind Northern New Mexico High Country Mountain Ranch. Loaded with elk (12 permits), deer, turkey, bear, lion and approximately 1 mile of Coyote Creek trout fishing. The ranch has not been hunted and the seller is applying for elk permits. The ranch is divided by NM Hwy 434 and Coyote Creek . There are two older homes on the property that were built in the 1950s. There are many miles of logging roads on the ranch. Roads have not been maintained and you will need an ATV or Jeep to show this property. This ranch has been owned by the same family for over 60 years. Price reduced by $2,000,000.
[NOW OFFERED IN THREE CONFIGURATIONS]
[2500+/- ACRES WITH 6200 SQ FT PIONEER LOG HOME $5,000,000]
[2378+/- ACRE BLACK FOREST PARCEL $3,400,000]
[ENTIRE 4,878-ACRE RANCH & HOME $8,400,000]
- 4,878 deeded acres
- 6,200 sq. ft. Pioneer Log Home
- Several creeks, springs & ponds
- Elk, mule deer, turkey, & bear
- Near Angel Fire and Taos
Privacy that is second to none, mountain canyons that teem with big game, several live streams and a spectacular new home/lodge make the Canada del Oso (Canyon of the Bear) Ranch between Angel Fire and Taos one of the premier mountain hunting properties in northern New Mexico. If you think that ranches within close proximity to major ski areas have long been subdivided and sold off, think again. Canada del
Dave Harrigan and Hunter HarriganHarrigan Land Company
A scenic and private recreation and sporting ranch situated 13 miles south of Angel Fire along the Rincon Mountains in northern New Mexico, the approximate 3,542 acre Big Blue Ranch boasts 1.5 miles of trout rich Coyote Creek and 3 miles of Big Blue Creek. With private landowner elk tags, it offers a rare opportunity to fly-fish and hunt trophy big game on your very own ranch. Ranging from 7,900 feet to a 10,437 foot alpine peak, the property offers a diverse landscape of river, creeks, riparian areas, meadows, parks and a healthy and diverse forest of ponderosa pine, spruce, fir and aspen. Situated only 40 miles from Taos and 100 miles form Santa Fe, and priced at only $1,500 per acre, this opportunity will not last long! Contact Ken Mirr.
Mirr Ranch GroupMirr Ranch Group
$4,884,0009,481 acres6 Beds | 7 Baths | 9000 sqftMills Canyon Road, Wagon Mound, NM87752 - Mora County
Canyon Colorado Ranch, Mora County, NM, GMU 44,
8,880 deeded w/601 state lease in high fence suited for livestock - domestic, exotic, or bison! Located on the Canadian River Gorge with awesome river views, this unique ranch adjoins the National Grasslands across the river from Mills Canyon Recreation Area. Private and secure, excellent roads, heavy electric distribution, back-up generator, a great variety of animal shelters, and many pasture divisions. Improvements include a large airplane hangar with owner's complex, vet operating rooms, interior observation stables, fuel tanks, runways, misc. equipment, and 3 mobile homes. Very scenic with lots of game - Elk, Deer, & Antelope! On county road, 20 miles from I25 Wagon Mound exit. $550 pe
Greg Walker or Robert MartinWalker & Martin Ranch Sales
$1,995,000840.85 acres232 State Road 121, Holman, NM87723 - Mora County
Beaver Creek Ranch is a nicely watered ranch tucked away on the eastern side of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains in Northern New Mexico, assembled of 840.85 deeded acres of forested slopes and river bottom land, with over a half mile of both sides of the Mora River. About 30 acres of ditch irrigated river bottom land produce hay for livestock or sale; heavily forested slopes provide timber and firewood and give excellent cover for wildlife. From the Mora River bottom at 7,720 feet in elevation to the high mountain meadow near the upper limit of the ranch at about 9,280 feet, you should feel inspired. This incredible landscape also features ruins of the original homesteaders adobe and stone structures along with now the vacant dwellings of tho
PRIVATE, PRIVATE, PRIVATE!!!! At just under 700 acres you won't find another end of the road ranch anywhere of this quality. Loaded with elk, deer, mountain lion, bear and turkey. The ranch receives 13 elk permits per year. Last years success rate was 12 out 13 hunters harvested elk. Bulls of 350 and above are not uncommon. Over a mile of the Le Febres creek flows through the ranch to a trophy filled trout pond. A 3,000 sq. ft. authentic log hunting lodge with 6 bed rooms and 4 baths over looks approximately 40 acres of sub-irrigated meadow planted with alfalfa and winter wheat that draw elk from miles around. This ranch is off the grid and power is supplied by a 24 volt photovoltaic solar system and backed up by a propane powered 15 KW Koh