$1,000,000 Price Reduction! A masterpiece of landscape and architecture, and an exquisite equestrian property, the 525-acre Cottonwood Springs Ranch is nestled in a private east-west valley with easy access to the San Juan National Forest. Set above Texas Creek, the 5,700 sq.ft. northern New Mexico style estate was impeccably planned and constructed by some of the best regional craftsmen. The main home blends old and new elements with many modern updates, showcases exotic art collected from around the world and was carefully handcrafted with hand-troweled walls, high ceilings with reclaimed wood beams, hardwood floors with in-floor radiant heat, custom ironwork details, masonry privacy walls and immaculate flagstone patios and a keypad gated entry. The property also boasts a 2,200 sq. ft. guest house, a foreman's house, an original 1890's homesteader's cabin, as well as high-tech horse breeding and training facilities complete with a custom-built 20,000 sq. ft. equestrian barn, show arena, 120' cutting round pen, cattle facilities, operating room with intensive care stall, over fifty stalls, 17 pastures and paddocks and much more. Cottonwood Springs Ranch's restored improvements and newly constructed equestrian amenities flawlessly complement the natural surroundings of lush meadows and manicured mixed forest. This luxury equestrian estate borders BLM land and is characterized by ponderosa, aspen and spruce woodlands which serve as ideal habitat for herds of migrating elk, deer and a variety of wildlife on the property. Water rights and 100% mineral rights included.
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