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$99,000,000 290,100 acres
Tucumcari, New Mexico - San Miguel County

290,100 acres Tucumcari, NM

The "Bell" is one of the largest reputation western cattle ranches in the United States offering a “one iron” brand cattle herd on 290,100 blocked, deeded acres in northwest New Mexico. The historical and cultural significance of the Bell is unique among western ranches and the diversified landscape offers a variety of flora and fauna enhanced by cultural artifacts spanning several centuries. The Bell, with its rich history, cultural artifacts, proven cattle and horse operations and recreational aspects make it, without doubt, one of the most promising and interesting ranch investments offered over the last several decades. LOCATION The Bell is located in northeast New Mexico, 30 miles from Tucumcari, 100 miles from Las Vegas and abou
Bart Miller Mason Morse Ranch Company
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$59,500,000 176,805 acres
Quemado, New Mexico - Catron County

176,805 acres Quemado, NM

Vast beyond imagination, farther than the eye can see, The Great Western Ranch stretches across the flat-topped mesas and sandstone bluffs, the prairie grasses and red arroyos of Western New Mexico. For 53 miles east to west and 26 miles north to south, the Great Western encompasses 176,805 deeded acres and 115,974 leased acres of state and federal land for a total of 292,779 acres under its control. Altogether, The Great Western Ranch spans 457 square miles or an area more than one-third the size of Rhode Island. Located about 80 miles south of Grants, New Mexico, Great Western is a true, four-season ranch with superior big game hunting and a rich history. The expansive park-like rangelands, with abundant native grasses and a moderate cli
Hall and Hall Hall and Hall
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$46,862,500 87,000 acres
Block Ranch, Ruidoso, New Mexico - Lincoln County

87,000 acres Ruidoso, NM

Located in Billy the Kid’s stomping grounds this historic New Mexico ranch has been in existence since 1885, and has played a significant part in ranching history in New Mexico. The Block Ranch is well known in New Mexico and said to be one of the best ranches in the state. This beautiful ranch is located in what some would say is the best climate of New Mexico. It is 20 minutes north of the Ruidoso airport near Capitan, New Mexico, and has 11 miles of State Highway 246 frontage. The Block Ranch is loaded with spectacular views of rolling terrain with beautiful draws, creeks, rock outcropping, mountains and bluffs along beautiful flowing creeks. The views of the Capitan, Jarilla and Pajarito Mountains are absolutely breathtaking. These m
Dan Hatfield Dan Hatfield
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$44,000,000 16,476.21 acres 11 Beds | 10 Baths
Chama, New Mexico 87520 - Rio Arriba County

16,476.21 acres Chama, NM

Location: The Quinlan Ranch is located west of Chama, New Mexico along the Continental Divide. The north boundary of the ranch is less than one-half mile from the Colorado State Line. The ranch borders the 20,000 acre Edward Sargent Fish and Wildlife Area, which is a State Owned elk preserve, for over eight miles. The Bill Humphries Wildlife Management Area is located just southwest of the ranch. It is estimated that between 6,000-8,000 elk annually pass through this tremendous holding along the historic migration path of the Southern Colorado San Juan herd, traveling between these two magnificent Wildlife Management Areas. Acres: 16,476.21 deeded acres, more or less Access: Access is provided by a substantial amount of paved highway
Sam Middleton Chas. S. Middleton and Son
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$36,717,700 17,078 acres 11 Beds | 10 Baths
Chama, New Mexico - Rio Arriba County

17,078 acres Chama, NM

Location: The ranch is located in the heart of northern New Mexico, near Chama. The property is just south of the Colorado state line. Acres: 17,078 Acres, more or less Terrain: The ranch offers spectacular panoramic views, ranging from productive mountain meadows, timbered forest lands and snow-capped mountain peaks. Elevations range from 7,800' to approximately 9,800'. The west boundary of much of the ranch follows the Continental Divide. Water: Water sources include numerous ponds, some of which are spring fed, live creek water, wells, buried waterlines, and substantial, very valuable water rights, which are used to irrigate hay meadows and fill stocked trout ponds. Improvements: The Quinlan Ranch is highly improved, and all
Sam Middleton Chas. S. Middleton and Son
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$33,000,000 74,000 acres
Rio Rancho, New Mexico 87825 - Sandoval County

King Brothers' Alamo Ranch

The King Brothers Alamo Ranch presents a rare opportunity to acquire vast ranchlands with superb recreational and development potential within minutes of suburban Albuquerque, NM. Owned by the family of former New Mexico Governor Bruce King, Alamo Ranch encompasses 60,000 deeded acres and 14,000 leased acres of state land northwest of the Albuquerque suburb of Rio Rancho. This working ranch, located in Sandoval County, has pastures of native grasses and superb populations of big game. On its southeastern boundary, the ranch borders unincorporated land adjacent to Rio Rancho, one of the fastest growing cities in New Mexico. The ranch also borders two Native American pueblosthe Zia Pueblo to the north and the Laguna Pueblo to the west and s
Jeff Buerger Hall and Hall
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$30,000,000 6,200 acres
* BEAUTIFUL, SCENIC RANCH in NORTHERN NEW MEXICO *, Chama, New Mexico 87520 - Rio Arriba County

6,200 acres Chama, NM

Located in the Tusas Mountains in the high country of Northern New Mexico lies a unique holding - the 6200 +/- acre Mundy Ranch. This property has been in the same family for over 60 years and is now being offered as a whole for $30,000,000, or in 140 acre tracts starting at $850,000. This is a magnificent opportunity to own a world-renowned hunting and recreational ranch, rich in history and character. LOCATION: The ranch is approximately 12 miles south of Chama, NM, on the east side of Highway 84/64. This paved highway will lead you two hours south to either Taos or Santa Fe, which is where the closest commercial airport is located. The village of Chama is full of culture and arts, from local cafes and studio galleries to the 1880
Ben Belew & Beau Byars Legacy Properties
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$25,575,000 46,485.65 acres
Laguna, New Mexico 87026 - Cibola County

Lobo Ranch

Just over an hours drive west of Albuquerque, NM, the Lobo Ranch occupies 46,485 deeded acres of stunningly beautiful landscape marked by large mesas, rock formations, sandstone bluffs, expansive grasslands and open valleys interspersed with hundreds of archaeology sites and ancient petroglyphs. This working cattle ranch has outstanding recreational attributes, including abundant wildlife and plentiful habitat, on over 70 square miles of contiguous land adjacent to the Marquez Wildlife Area. With elevations that range from approximately 6,000 feet to more than 8,000 feet, the ranch encompasses several distinct ecosystems that are home to a variety of wildlife from Rocky Mountain elk, mule deer and Barbary sheep to black bears, mountain lio
Hall and Hall Hall and Hall
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$24,814,350 50,130 acres
Lincoln, New Mexico 88338 - Lincoln County

50,130 acres Lincoln, NM

THE NORTH SIDE RANCH 50,130 Acres – Ruidoso – Lincoln County, NM Beautiful long distant views in almost every direction are common on this 50,130 deeded acre cattle ranch located in Lincoln County, New Mexico about 17 miles from Capitan and within an easy 35 minutes drive from Ruidoso. Blessed with what some would say is the best climate in New Mexico and a good geographical location this ranch is nestled below the north side of the Capitan Mountains. The Capitan Mountains are a splinter of the Southern Rockies in the Sacramento Mountain Range. The 50,130 acres ranch was until recently part of the historically famous Block Ranch. The North Side ranch has two headquarters, each with separate entrances off State Hwy 246, and has
Dan Hatfield Dan Hatfield
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$21,500,000 43,000 acres
Hwy 60, Datil, New Mexico - Cibola County

43,000 acres Datil, NM

ELEVATION: 6,000-7,500 WILDLIFE: Elk, deer, turkey, and antelope. VEGETATION: Pinion, ponderosa, pine, white and red cedar, juniper, oak, cottonwoods. WATER: 3 submersible pump wells, 4 windmills, 6 miles of the Rio Salado. IMPROVEMENTS: Three bedroom manager’s house. Two bedroom brick house in NW pasture with phone and electricity. A 4 person authentic log cabin. A 2 person authentic Navajo log Hogan. Large tool shed, metal bard with horse corrals, working pens. HISTORICAL SITES: Fort used by wagon trains built in 1800. Numerous Indian sites. LIVESTOCK: Capacity for 700-800 cattle.
Nancy Wendland Wendland & Associates, LLC
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$20,000,000 36,500 acres 9 Beds | 7 Baths | 8000 sqft
400 L-Bar Ranch Road, Marquez, New Mexico 87014 - Sandoval County

36,500 acres Marquez, NM

Widely known for its excellent big game hunting, the L Bar Ranch is close to town and you can see Albuquerque's Sandia Mountain from the gate. With exceptional mineral and water resources to complement the cattle ranching and wildlife, the L Bar Ranch is a one of a kind New Mexico ranch. Few buyers are able to preserve these remaining large western ranches. This is Big Country. What an opportunity for the right person! LOCATION: The ranch is only 38 air miles northwest of downtown Albuquerque, and approximately 75 miles by road. The drive takes you through spectacular Indian country and across some of the oldest Spanish land grants in the United States. Lying on the mesas and volcanic sculpted landscape northeast of Mount Taylor, or
Rhonda Burns Destiny Real Estate
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$19,200,000 11,700 acres
Ruidoso, New Mexico 88345 - Lincoln County

11,700 acres Ruidoso, NM

Spanning over 11,700 deeded acres, the historic El Capitan Ranch backs up to 35,000 acres of the El Capitan Wilderness featuring some of the best elk hunting in North America. Covering almost 12 miles, the lower areas of the ranch feature pinion and juniper woodlands with grassy meadows giving way to Ponderosa Pine and mixed fir in the higher elevations along the wilderness boundaries. The ranch features 1700 acres of "high fenced" hunting established in the 1950's, several ponds and springs for livestock and wildlife. Improvements include a lodge, managers house, barns, outbuildings and hunting cabin. Contact Billy Long or Ron Morris
Ranch Marketing Ranch Marketing Associates
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$18,937,500 50,500 acres
Capitan, New Mexico - Lincoln County

50,500 acres Capitan, NM

The Block Ranch is 50,500 contiguous deeded acres, just 17 miles north of Capitan, New Mexico, on Hwy. 246. The ranch is loaded with history and sits at the base of the Capitan Mountains. There are outstanding mountain views, beautiful canyons, and rolling grasslands. There is an abundance of wildlife including mule deer, elk, and antelope. Exterior and interior fences are in good shape. There are two sets of shipping pens with scales. The owner’s house is three bedroom, three bathroom, comfortable living area and modern kitchen. There is a two bedroom guest house a short distance away, as well as a horse barn with five stalls and four runs together with a four horse walker. Other improvements include a Forman’s house, bunkhouse, shop, and
Terry Wootan Terry Wootan Real Estate
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$17,936,100 17,082 acres
Quemado, New Mexico - Catron County

17,082 acres Quemado, NM

Located in the rugged ranch country of Western New Mexico, Tenaja Mesa Ranch is a secluded hideaway offering a variety of terrain ranging from wideopen prairie, spectacular plateaus and rugged mesas. Rich foilage includes pinon trees, small evergreens and towering pines. Upon entering the ranch, long, winding roads lead the way up and down the hilly countryside. Huge blue skies extend endlessly across the wide horizon. At night, the stars sparkle and flicker, tiny lamps illuminating the jet black sky. This is the Tenaja Mesa Ranch. It is here where you can imagine the Old West as it once was, untouched and unexplored, a southwestern haven perfect for a homesite, or just a place to escape the pressures of everyday life. Hunt, exp
Paul Taylor III Ranchline
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$17,818,000 68,112 acres
Santa Rosa, New Mexico 87047 - Guadalupe County

68,112 acres Santa Rosa, NM

We are proud to have recently obtained an exclusive listing on a large working cattle ranch located in the heart of East-Central New Mexico. Totally, this property encompasses over 100 square miles, with close to 90% of the ranch being deeded. The 96 Ranch is located approximately 10 miles south of Interstate 40, near Santa Rosa, New Mexico. Access to the property is considered excellent, as the ranch has approximately 12 miles of highway frontage, and several graded county roads run through various portions of the property. In recent years, the 96 Ranch has been operated as both a year round cow/calf ranching operation and a summer yearling ranching unit. Currently, the property is stocked with yearlings. This area of New Mexico, and mu
Sam Middleton Chas. S. Middleton and Son
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$17,500,000 6,100 acres
Questa, New Mexico 87556 - Taos County

Cummings Latir Mountain Ranch

In the heart of Elk Country, bordering the Carson National Forest in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains of northern New Mexico sits the Cummings Latir Mountain Ranch, LLC. This ranch is one of the most beautifully unique mountain properties you will ever find, with approximately 6,100 deeded forested acres and approximately 589 State Lease acres. Wonderfully diverse with high country privately owned forest, pristine alpine meadows, and at the base of the 12,708 ft. Latir Mountain, irrigated pasture paddocks. Near the top of Latir Mountain, you will find a self-sustained High County Hunting Cabin with a large deck that overlooks the meadow and the Latir Creek, which runs throughout the property. Latir Creek and various lakes and ponds prov
Eric Turpen Clift Land Brokers
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$17,250,000 24,300 acres
Lincoln, New Mexico 88338 - Lincoln County

24,300 acres Lincoln, NM

Watered by wells and mountain streams this beautiful ranch is located in what some would say the best climate of New Mexico. Tucked against the base of the Capitan Mountains this ranch has fantastic views in almost every direction. The Capitan Mountains are a splinter of the Southern Rockies in the Sacramento Mountain Range. This ranch is located on a well maintained hard surface road, Hwy 246, in Lincoln County, New Mexico and has easy access within a short drive to a number of towns and cities. Ruidoso, New Mexico is about 30 minutes away. Improvements on the ranch include two houses, barns, cattle pens, good fencing and a 1, 850 acre high game fenced area. The high fenced acreage encloses an improved genetic elk herd that has been establ
Dan Hatfield Dan Hatfield
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$16,400,000 170,000 acres
Grants, New Mexico - Catron County

170,000 acres Grants, NM

The York Ranch is located outside of Grants New Mexico on the Continental Divide in Cibola and Catron counties. Located approximately 90 miles southwest of Albuquerque and 32 miles south of Grants, the ranch consists of approximately 170,000 acres of which 34,000 are deeded with BLM and state grazing leases. The eastern border of the ranch is contiguous to the Cibola Wilderness area and contiguous on the north side to the El Malpais National Monument and the West Malpais Wilderness area. The western quadrant of the ranch opens onto a large valley and is deeded prime grazing pasture, while the southern end is pasture and pinion-cedar country. The York Ranch has been heavily improved for a commercial cow-calf operation with a carrying capacit
Bart Miller Mason Morse Ranch Company
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$15,844,500 50,300 acres
Ruidoso, New Mexico - Lincoln County

50,300 acres Ruidoso, NM

BLOCK RANCH Location: The ranch is about 40 minutes north of Ruidoso near the small community of Capitan. Acres: 50,300 deeded acres, more or less Terrain: The ranch is located just below the towering Capitan Mountain Range. Elevations range from 5,600' to 6,250'. The property is a combination of foothills, sideslopes and open rolling country. Approximately 1/3rd of the ranch has a canopy of juniper, piñon and scattered ponderosa pine. The remainder of the ranch has an open appearance. Water: The ranch is well watered by live spring water, creek water, wells and an extensive waterline network. Additionally, the ranch holds 480 acre feet of water rights used to irrigate a large spring fed meadow. Improvements: The ranch
Sam Middleton Chas. S. Middleton and Son
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$14,368,075 10,989 acres
+/- 10,989 Acres in Cibola County, Grants, New Mexico 87020 - Cibola County

Ol' Man Ranch

49 elk tags in 2015! +/- 10,989 deeded acres, total inholding within the Cibola National Forest, New Mexico.   Located about 2 hours from Albuquerque, 25 minutes south of I-40, this family ranch is the ideal property for the land investor in this crazy stock market!  The Ol’ Man Ranch, with gorgeous acreage, can’t be duplicated, This is one of the last great inholdings with Ponderosas, Aspens and oak brush with numerous meadows and parks.  Numerous springs along with 3 water wells compliment this gorgeous ranch. Ol’ Man Ranch is ideal for subdividing into smaller ranch properties, or can be kept as a whole.  There are no improvements so you're not paying for anything but timber, big elk and some of the most beautiful property in the Southw
Greg Liddle Hayden Outdoors
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$14,245,000 27,563 acres
Ruidoso, New Mexico 88345 - Lincoln County

Alligator Springs Ranch

- 27,677 acres (11,563 deeded) - Elk, mule deer, turkey, antelope & quail - Several springs, ponds, wells, & creeks - 1,700 acre game park - Two homes, elk facilities, & shop - Capable of running 400+ head of cattle - 45 minutes from Ruidoso, New Mexico - Available as a whole or in five parcels (Contact Harrigan Land Company For Details) New Mexico Hunting & Cattle Ranch: Reaching in excess of 10,000 feet, the Capitan Mountains have long been a cool refuge rising above the plains of southern New Mexico. With a vertical relief of 6000 feet, the Capitan Mountains create some of the most ecologically diverse habitat in the West, from the Chihuahuan desert lowlands to subalpine forest highlands. Spectacular Alligator Springs Ranch, just 45 min
Dave Harrigan and Hunter Harrigan Harrigan Land Company
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$13,436,700 89,578 acres
Roswell, New Mexico - Chaves County

89,578 acres Roswell, NM

The Ventana Springs Ranch is a well established, fully operational, working western ranch steeped in history and folklore dating back to the early 1800’s. Looking across the rolling hills and open valleys is a picturesque and unchanged vastness that encompasses this 89,578± deeded acre estate. Today the ranch remains a prosperous, fully integrated operating facility complete with 2,000+ head of cattle, oil & gas extractions, and big game hunting. Throughout its centuries of operations, the Ventana Springs Ranch has weathered the tides of change as few other places have. With a landscape that incorporates modern conveniences, it continues to remain relatively unblemished. Although in the path of explosive growth, the ranch is among
Ranch Investments RANCH INVESTMENTS
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$13,250,000 29,142 acres
Pie Town, New Mexico 87827 - Catron County

29,142 acres Pie Town, NM

"World-class" is no exaggeration when describing the exceptional trophy elk hunting on the renowned Southern Cross Ranch in west-central New Mexico. On the Southern Cross Ranch, geography, genetics and habitat have combined to create an entire ecosystem that produces some of the largest bull elk on the planet. The Southern Cross is indeed a "land of giants" well-known for amazing numbers of 350- to 400-class bulls that have free access to its 29,142 acres (18,535 deeded). Simply put, the Southern Cross controls over 45 square miles of the finest trophy elk habitat anywhere. The Southern Cross has been superbly managed for years to maintain its status as one of America's premier hunting destinations. A spectacular 6,000 square-foot log l
Dave Harrigan and Hunter Harrigan Harrigan Land Company
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$13,250,000 27,000 acres 5 Beds | 4 Baths | 4500 sqft
1748 N. Pine Lodge Road, Capitan, New Mexico 88316 - Lincoln County

27,000 acres Capitan, NM

EL CAPITAN LAND AND CATTLE - $13,250,000 Approximately 27,000 acres (+/- 11,100 acres deeded and +/- 16,000 acres National Forest Lease with (200 AUM) permit) El Capitan Ranch easily carries +/- 450 pairs of cattle and supports over 30 elk hunts per year, +/- 5 deer hunts, turkey, lion and grouse. The ranch is all contiguous, well watered and bordering the million-acre Lincoln National Forest and Capitan Mountains Wilderness Area with 34,000 acres designated for horseback riding, backpacking or four-wheel-drive only. This is where Smoky the Bear was found as a cub in 1951 and Billie the Kid used this wilderness area as a hideout. The Capitan Mountains, a rare east and west running mountain range, has elevations ranging from 4,000 to 11,500
Greg Liddle Hayden Outdoors
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$13,250,000 27,000 acres
1748 N. Pine Lodge Road, Capitan, New Mexico 88316 - Lincoln County

El Capitan Land and Cattle

EL CAPITAN LAND AND CATTLE - $13,250,000 Approximately 27,000 acres (+/- 11,100 acres deeded and +/- 16,000 acres National Forest Lease with (200 AUM) permit)    El Capitan Ranch easily carries +/- 450 pairs of cattle and supports over 30 elk hunts per year, +/- 5 deer hunts, turkey, lion and grouse.  The ranch is all contiguous, well watered and bordering the million-acre Lincoln National Forest and Capitan Mountains Wilderness Area with 34,000 acres designated for horseback riding, backpacking or four-wheel-drive only.   This is where Smoky the Bear was found as a cub in 1951 and Billie the Kid used this wilderness area as a hideout.  The Capitan Mountains, a rare east and west running mountain range, has elevations ranging from 4,000 to
Greg Liddle Hayden Outdoors
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$12,000,000 40,531 acres
Ruidoso, New Mexico 88220 - Socorro County

40,531 acres Ruidoso, NM

Cat Mountain Ranch is a reputation cattle ranch located in western New Mexico's Socorro County west of Magdalena. This large ranch is a contiguous expanse of 40,531 total acres which lift and heave across grasslands dominated by the prominent 7,700 ft. Cat Mountain. Cat Mountain Ranch is privately managed and has a substantial block of 23,462 deeded acres together with 15,049 New Mexico State lease acres and 2,020 federal BLM acres. The total land area takes in roughly 63 Sections of pristine native New Mexico rangeland. The enviable location of Cat Mountain Ranch presents a multiple of land use opportunities. Historically the ranch has operated as a combination cow calf and yearling operation supplemented with big game hunting of tro
Scott McNally Schrimsher Ranch Real Estate LLC
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$12,000,000 6,097 acres 2 Beds | 2 Baths | 1800 sqft
522 Mile Marker 29, Questa, New Mexico 87556 - Taos County

6,097 acres Questa, NM

Latir Mountain Ranch is located at the base of Latir Peak, a 12,708' peak in the Sangre de Cristo range near Taos, NM. The 6100 acres borders Carson National Forest and offers abundant opportunities for adventure in the high country including, but not limited to, world class hunting, fishing, hiking, birding and snowmobiling. The well appointed 2 Bed / 2 Bath Main house, 4 Bed / 2 Bath guest house, 3 Bed / 2 Bath caretakers house, 60'x60' greenhouse, fantastic log hunting cabin in the high country of the ranch with bathroom, full kitchen, wood stove and massive wood doors opening to a large deck overlooking the stunning views. Approximately 700 acres pasture land with water rights, remaining 5300+/- acres is high alpine habitat with abun
Galles Properties Galles Properties
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$12,000,000 6,800 acres 2 Beds | 2 Baths | 1800 sqft
522 Mile Marker 29, Questa, New Mexico 87556 - Taos County

6,800 acres Questa, NM

Latir Mountain Ranch is a 6800 acre ranch bordering Carson National Forest. The ranch consists of 6097 deeded acres and 700 acres long term leased from NF. The ranch is located at the base of Latir Peak, a 12,708' peak in the Sangre de Cristo range near Taos, NM. The property offers abundant opportunities for adventure in the high alpine country including, but not limited to, World Class Hunting, Native Cutthroat Trout Fishing, Hiking, Biking, Birding and Snowmobiling. Approx. 700 acres of the ranch is pasture land with water rights and the remaining 6200 acres is high alpine habitat with abundant Aspen, Fir, Blue Spruce, Meadows, Creeks and wildlife (Elk, Deer, Big Horn Sheep, Mtn. Lion, Bobcat, Bear, Grouse, Turkey). The ranch was alloted
Galles Properties Galles Properties
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$12,000,000 20,564 acres 6 Beds | 4 Baths
Logan, New Mexico 88426 - Quay County

20,564 acres Logan, NM

Listing Number: 30010-06610 Price: $12,000,000.00 Estimate Payment Come enjoy this 20,000 plus acre ranch in beautiful in New Mexico. This ranch has 2 houses with both having at least 3 bedrooms and 2 baths. This ranch offers lots of adventure, hunting and fishing. This ranch has plenty of water frontage. There are numerous types of animals to hunt including, deer, antelope, turkey, quail, dove and several others. The lake offers Bass, catfish, and several other types of fish. If you are interested in a cattle operation this ranch can occupy about 500 plus animal units. If you did not want to operate the operation there is a great possibility to make money to lease out your land. There are many possibilities for this great ra
Sam Morrow United Country 44 Realty & Auction