Greg Liddle

Greg Liddle is a broker associate, licensed in Colorado and New Mexico, with an incredible passion for the land. Greg grew up in the Florida Keys and the panhandle of Florida with most of his time spent stalking tarpon, bonefish, permit and Alabama whitetails. His free time today is split working his llewellin setters on upland birds and hunting mule deer and elk in the Four Corner states. His passion is the pursuit of trophy mule deer. Greg has over 30 years experience in matching client’s unique desires with the ideal recreational real estate opportunity. Greg specializes in recreational properties and hunting/working cattle ranches and has personally closed +/-$200 million in real estate over the last 10 years, with closing $45.5 million in 2017 and in excess of $45 million closed or under contract in 2018. Greg’s love of the Southwest and the recreation it provides consistently enables him to achieve top volume sales awards. These include top individual broker sales volume nationwide with LandLeader, top volume broker with Hayden Outdoors in 2017 (11 states) and top individual realtor volume in the Southern Colorado/Northern New Mexico MLS (+/-350 participating brokers). Greg resides in Durango Colorado with his wife Michelle, Filson & Daly (the setters ) and Ace & King (a pair of Austrian Haflingers mountain horses). “Thank you for allowing me the best job in the world”. Best in ‘18 to you and yours, Greg Liddle
$375,000  •  38 acres
Chris Mountain Ranch 38 Listed by Outside Magazine as one of the top 2 small towns in North America, Pagosa Springs, Colorado has captured the hearts of +/-2100 residents (2019 census), +/-8000 in the county, and is surrounded by 1.8 million acres of the San Juan National Forest , with the San Juan River running through town and complimenting the worlds deepest hot springs. A new Walmart and Hospital have been added in the last couple of years, with a plethora of great dining. Truly a Norman Rockwell town, especially on the 4th of July, when the kids still ride their horses in the parade with parents and grandparents alike lining the streets early to get a seat! Pagosa Lakes, an 18,000-acre Master Planned Recreational, Residential and Retirement Village on the west side of town, was started in the late 70's and primarily developed by Fairfield Communities. The community boasts police and fire protection, city water, 6 lakes, 27-holes of golf, a recreational center with indoor pool & racketball, a City Market Grocery Store, restaurants, delis & coffee shops, miles and miles of hiking & biking trails and Wolf Creek Ski Mountain about 30 minutes away. Durango's Regional airport is approximately an hour, with direct flights to Denver, Dallas/Ft. Worth, Phoenix, Southern California, Salt Lake City, Houston & Chicago. The elevation is in the mid-7000's, with a mild four-season climate. Chris Mountain was one of the premier select subdivision on the whole Pagosa Lake development, placed on one of the most desirable locations primarily because of views. There are only 10 parcels in the Chris Mountain Ranch development, with direct state highway access, electric gate, underground power, water and phone, included. Almost all of the developed lots have million dollar homes built on them right now. Ranch # 9 was cherry picked by one of the officers of the company, and has been held in undeveloped status all these years. Water tap has been paid. This 38-acre parcel is the corner lot with the prime position, carrying magnificent 360-degree views of both Pagosa Peak and the South San Juans, with split rail fencing on both sides. Majestic Ponderosa pines sprinkle the parcel, with the greenest meadows you've ever seen. Zoned with the equestrian in mind, most of your neighbors do have horses, and of course Parelli Natural Horseman headquarters is right down the road. Annual HOA dues are a modest $1000 with electric gate, road maintenance and snow removal included. This parcel also includes membership into the Pagosa Lakes Association, with access to several private lakes and the incredible indoor Recreational Center. The views of the San Juans will easily rival the Tetons, and the surrounding 1.8-million acre San Juan National Forest allows for a million acres of public access, camping, hiking, fishing, hunting (with over-the-counter elk tags), 4-wheeling, horse-back riding, kayaking, river rafting and some of the best snowmobiling in the country. Chris Mountain Ranch 38 was one of the very first parcels selected in the ranch (picked by one of the officers of the company) and has been assessed by the county at almost $500,000. The seller said get it sold and we priced it to sell...One can't own too much land and this is one of the best to build a dream home, invest in while it's still affordable, for future use, or to secure some money while this stock market is so volatile. Seller financing available at 30% down, 4.5%, 20 year amortization, with a 3-year balloon. Call or email today for more information and a qualified showing. Co brokers welcome...
$4,050,000  •  1,352 acres
Broken Butt Ranch Headquarters - $4,050,000 Located on the intersection of Highway 84 and Highway 64, about 35 minutes south of Pagosa Springs, Colorado and 18 minutes west of Chama, New Mexico, this historic +/-1352 acre headquarters parcel of the Broken Butt Ranch is being released to the market for the very first time in history.This corner of Rio Arriba County, New Mexico has been most noted as ground zero for producing the largest B&C Record Book Mule Deer every decade from 1960 - 2010, is +/-5 miles south of the Archuleta County, Colorado state line, and is but a few minutes from the +/- 880,000-acres of the Jicarilla Apache Reservation. Views of the Continental Divide abound from virtually every spot on the property. The headquarters parcel has paved and state maintained highway frontage, power, a well, 4 very well constructed buildings and is only 45 minutes to Pagosa Springs Municipal Airport that is G5/Continental Express capable. Wolf Creek Ski Mountain is but 80 minutes, Taos & Santa Fe's incredible dining, shopping and world-class ski mountain is but 2 hours, and Albuquerque International Airport is 3 hours. Hunting & Cattle In the spring, the Merriam's gobblers join you for coffee and in the fall the bull elk will serenade your evenings. The state of New Mexico issued a bull elk tag for every +/-225 acres (6) in 2020 and landowner mule deer tags have been generous (unit 4). And, the ranch would qualify for both bonus elk tags and late season incentive mule deer tags that New Mexico offers to landowners. Currently enrolled in ag status for low taxes, there are working cattle pens, a barn and an extensive trail system for horseback, ATV or side-by-side access. Mixed Ponderosa Pine ridges intersperse with oak, pinion, juniper, and large native grass meadows. Excellent valleys for cultivated food plots would only enhance this incredible game mecca. Improvements include a 60x40 metal barn, working pens, a lodge (the previous Broken Butt Saloon), a separate 2 car garage/shop, and a 2 bedroom ranch house with power and an updated well. While dated, these improvements calculated at current construction costs exceeding $300 per sq ft, replacement costs would easily exceed the million dollar mark. With nearby Colorado reporting 60,000 more applicants for big game tags in 2021 than 2020, premier hunting property land investments with trophy quality animals in accessible locations are getting harder to find, and even more difficult to acquire. Don't be the "I remember when" guy who drove past this incredible Broken Butt Ranch and says "I shoulda, coulda, woulda"! Call or email today for more information and a qualified showing. Co brokers welcome.
$549,000  •  455.5 acres
Trophy Elk and Mule Deer abound at San Miguel County, Southwest Colorado's Slickrock RanchWith +/-60,000 additional applicants for big game tags in Colorado for 2021, is it time for you to secure your own incredible game holding land investment? A documented trophy elk producer with over-the-counter rifle tags and qualifying for a landowner buck tag annually, the +/-455 acres of Slickrock Ranch checks a lot of boxes for todays discriminating land buyer. The ranch is accessed via a paved and state-maintained highway frontage, has an excellent trail system for your side-by-side, gorgeous views all the way to the Blue Mountains of Utah, fenced, and over 99% of the property is covered in game holding habitat including a pond that holds water most of the year and a couple locations for food plots. Want a public-land back yard with thousands of acres? Better fill up your tank because the ranch trail system's rear gate intersects directly into thousands of acres of BLM , complete with its own interconnecting trail system allowing you to take your ATV or side-by-side for miles and miles. This property has consistently produced 300+ bull elk and quality mule deer.The best part is that you're not paying for someone's dream home on a property that you may spend only a few weeks a year. With no improvements, power across the road and water wells on a near by property, you're buying a solid "land only" investment. Property currently has a cattle tenant, allowing for amazing low agricultural status taxes. Properties like the Slickrock Ranch demonstrate the criteria that dozens of sportsmen are looking for these days, either a recreational sportsman's hunting retreat and just bring your ATV & travel trailer, or a location to build that family legacy hunting property to pass down to generations with thousands of public land out your back gate! NOTE: Game documentation photos upon request.Call or email today for more info and your qualified showing. Co brokers welcome!
$550,000  •  14.5 acres
San Juan Mountain Estate Located +/-20 minutes east of Durango and +/-5 minutes from Bayfeild Colorado is the +/-14.5 acres of the San Juan Mountain Estate. Priced to sell, one would be hard pressed to find a better buy in this hot market. Southern exposure, 2 pastures (one fenced with pond), +/-2900 sq. ft. home with views of the La Saul Mountains and an RV hookup makes for the ideal full time or recreational retreat. Just minutes to La Plata County Regional Airport, with direct flights to Dallas/Ft. Worth, Denver and Phoenix, with Southern California, Houston and Chicago being added... Currently tenant occupied with an $1800 a month rental income. Lease expires end of July 2021.This mid-80's constructed home has an open floor plan with 2 stories, 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, deck, and recently upgraded with Maytag appliances. The home features 4 heating sources: a pellet stove, fireplace, wood stove and forced air propane heat (tank is owned). Seller is conveying 50% of the minerals owned. Power, internet and a private domestic well compliment the property. There's a well shed and a loafing shed so it's ideal for horses. The +/-50 mile corridor between Durango and Pagosa Springs is over 90% San Juan National Forest with +/-1.8 million acres of the forest allowing for hundreds of miles of hiking, horseback riding , four wheeling, 3 great trout fishing rivers, and situated between Wolf Creek Ski Mountain on one side and Purgatory/Durango Mountain Ski area on the other. Navajo Lake (29 miles long), Lake Nighthorse (1500 acres) and Vallicito Reservoir (+/-2700 acres) are but minutes away. Two different seasons still convey over-the-counter tags. Durango (population +/-19,000 and 20 minutes), Bayfield (population 2+/-2600 and 5 minutes) and Pagosa Springs (population +/-2100 and 35 miles) are your closest towns. Bayfield has almost a "Hoosier" story about it, with this little ranching community carrying the state of Colorado 5A Football & Baseball Championships more than once over the last few years. Located on the only east/west corridor in Southern Colorado, San Juan Mountain Estate lends itself to full time residential, recreational retreat with an RV hookup, a great vacation rental (VRBO/Airbnb) or horse hotel property. The front pasture is fenced and there's a loafing shed. With inflation and devaluing of the dollar forecast by many economists, and real estate interest rates still at all time lows, is ownership on this San Juan Mountain Estate in your future? Options are endless but the opportunity is not....Call or email today for more information and your qualified showing. Co brokers welcome.
$8,495,000  •  18,807 acres
Record Class Bull Elk, Bass, Bucks, Bluegills, Pronghorns, Black Angus & Blue Cats! When one pulls just a quarter-mile off the Highway into Catron County's +/-18,800acre Rito Springs Ranch, a transformation take's place. Catron County, Southwest New Mexico, is ground zero for producing some of the biggest Rocky Mountain Bull Elk in the country and is home to New Mexico's Big Game Unit 12, the unit that holds the current state record bull elk, a 420+ monster. In the very heart of Catron County and BGU Unit 12 is the incomparable Catron County's Rito Springs Ranch, totaling +/-9579 deeded acres, including senior water rights irrigating +/-200 acres! Toss in for good measure an additional +/-9,221 acres of State and BLM grazing lease, and your total ranch is +/-18,800 acres! Priced at an incredible value of $887 per deeded acre!The ranch is easily accessible from US Highway 60, about half way between the incredible Pie Shop of Pietown and the home-cooking cafe in Quemado, New Mexico. With approximately 7-miles of highway frontage, the holding is remarkably private. From the highway, one never realizes the beautiful oasis that exists just inside the fence provided by the canyons, springs, lake and creek. Phoenix is 4 hours & 30 minutes, Albuquerque International airport is 2 hours & 30 minutes, the closest jet-capable airport is Springerville, Arizona at 55-minutes and Socorro, NM is 90 minutes.Holdings such as Catron County's Rito Springs Ranch have been in the same family for close 100 years. It's time to pass the baton to the next "keeper of the land"! While the ranch has been a historic cattle producer for close to a century, the full recreational aspect of such a property is yet to be tapped. While producing world-class bull elk, book-class antelope and some exceptional mule deer, the ranch is one of the nations best candidates with very little actual adjustment from a cattle centric property to game centric, that would result as one of the nation's premier hunting & recreational ranches in existence today. Ranch & Improvements+/-9579 deeded acres +/-1,180 acres BLM Grazing Lease (can be sublet)+/-8041 acres State Grazing Lease (can be sublet)-------+ - 18,800 acres (Note: +/-2800 acres of deeded rangeland is enrolled in a conservation Easement, allowing for ranching, hunting, & recreation, but prohibiting commercial or subdivision.)WaterIt's been said that water is the gold these days and if so, then Catron County's Rito Springs Ranch is Ft Knox! The +/-15-acre spring fed Rito Springs Reservoir, at the head of one of the many canyons that cross the ranch, is stocked with largemouth bass, bluegill, yellow perch and beautiful blue cats. The breathtaking water fall feeds into the irrigation system that floods over 200-acres of river bottom. When the wheat is in, one has to push an elk out to get an antelope or mule deer in! This ranch has consistently produced a grazing & hunting income in the $200,000 a year, not including gravel or water sales. In addition to the springs, there are 10 excellent producing wells on the ranch, feeding water lines and drinkers. Water quality is considered good. Houses and Other BuildingsResidential improvements are modest with no improvement value in the pricing. At headquarters, there is a 2 bedroom, 1.5 bath home that the owner stays in when at the ranch working and some hunters have leased. Also at headquarters is a large steel shop/feed barn and a metal two-car garage. At the Palmer Place, there is a 3 bedroom, 2 bath home that the hired caretaker lives in and a shop building constructed of metal and shipping containers. On your showing, please ask your broker to show you a couple of the ideal locations for your dream home, with water and power nearby. There is a private cemetery located near headquarters. The owner is the only one with right to access the cemetery, and does not intend to keep a right to access the cemetery if the ranch is sold. Income (Note: income has been historical and not representing how new owner would run the ranch) Cattle +/- $175,000 annualHunting +/- $50,000 annualWater sales +/- $25,000 annualGravel - no contracts in place currently but averaged $50,000 per year. There's a considerable tax depreciation schedule for the Catron CountyC's Rito Springs Ranch. Hunting Game Management Unit 12In 2020, the ranch received 10 rifle bull tags, 4 cow tags and 2 either-sex archery tags. Mule deer and a very nice antelope herd reside on the ranch. Waterfowl is excellent on the reservoir and ponds, with September dove hunting and plenty of predator calling. PasturesThe ranch is divided into four larger pastures, and nine smaller pastures. Each of the large pastures has a smaller trap or pasture that can be used when gathering and working cattle during branding, weaning, etc. Rodriguez is a smaller pasture that is used for calving heifers. The other smaller pastures are generally situated along the creek where the irrigated and sub-irrigated land is located. Fencing is considered good and the entire ranch has 30-miles of accessible trails and roads. CorralsThere are working corrals scattered throughout the ranch. There is a large set of steel corrals with scales and squeeze chute at the headquarters for working and shipping cattle, steel working corrals at the Log House and at the Palmer Place, and steel panel working corrals at Cat Well. At Rodriguez Well, there are working corrals constructed of lumber and mesh wire. With todays sportsman closed off from travel to Africa, Canada, Argentina, New Zealand and Scotland, demand for free range domestic trophy hunting experiences has never been higher, and waiting lists for private land tags could go into the decades. For the investor that is looking for alternatives to shaky high-priced markets to secure their lifetime of work, legacy land holdings are flying off the shelves. Large land holdings such as Catron County's Rito Springs Ranch that are well valued, that don't have over priced improvements that require paying for someone else's dream, with the coveted big game tags that are so precious and almost impossible to find, with easy access to major metropolitan areas, with incomparable water and with abundant big game tags, and with income, not sure what one compares Rito Springs Ranch at $887 per deeded acre.Call or email today for more information and to schedule a qualified showing. Co brokers welcome from all states.
$1,800,000  •  560 acres
With producing gas & oil minerals rights included, there's no comparison to this end of the road +/- 560-acre private holding with 3 sides backing up to the +/-1,550,000-acres of the Santa Fe National Forest. In 2019, two 30-inch plus mule deer were harvested within 200 yds. of the ranch house, and over the last 3 years, at least one 30-inch buck has come off the deeded acres per year. The immediate +/-7758 acres of Forest Service Grazing Allotment, split into 7 pastures bordering the ranch, are also included and permitted for 125-pair or 170 yearlings seasonally.The RanchCanoncito on the Seca has been a producing cattle ranch, subsidized by world-class mule deer and elk hunting. Due to the development of the San Juan Basin Gas Field, the Seller is including 50% minerals rights and royalties from 2 producing oil/gas wells on the ranch. The Buyer will not have a gas bill as the mineral lease includes free natural gas to the 2 homes and heated shop on the ranch. There are several water wells on the private land, excellent working pens, loading chutes, a covered 80-foot hay barn, tack room, shop, chicken coop and livestock scales The original +/-2600 sq. ft. ranch house is 2-stories with an open floor plan and 12-inch adobe walls built to be cool in the summer and warm in the winter. The covered porch is to die for, whether enjoying coffee watching the morning sun coming up, livestock in the pastures or the mule deer coming in for a drink at the house tank. The home is in very sound and in good shape, with a dated interior that's ready to be modernized to your liking. There's also a covered 2-car carport. The estate is conveying the home(s) and ranch mostly furnished, as/is where is. There's an incredible 100 x 50 shop, half being open large equipment bay, and half fully enclosed. The entrance has 14-foot doors, concrete floor, fully insulated and heated and is being conveyed with air compressor and tire machine. The 2nd home is a late 90's modular, 4 bedrooms/2 baths, +/-1800 sq. ft. with laundry, covered porch and carport. This home is also being conveyed mostly furnished. Both homes and shop are on Jemez Electric and include free natural gas. MineralsThere are two producing gas/oil wells on the property. 50% mineral rights with existing royalties (these dollars fluctuate) will convey to the Buyer. BMG is the mineral lessee. The two homes and shop also receive free natural gas as part of the mineral lease that will convey. Farming, Hunting & RanchingOf the +/-560 acres, approximately 65% is natural grass meadows and pasture, partially planted in food plots for elk and deer. There are rim rock formations, large Pinion Juniper islands, scattered majestic ponderosa pines and oak brush that make up the timbered areas of the ranch. Several high viewpoints would be ideal for Texas-style shooting houses that can view food plots and corridors between bedding areas, feeding and water sources. The ranch is located in two hunting units: Unit 5B with unlimited landowner mule deer tags and an 80-acre game paradise located in Unit 5A that has been 100% on game tag fulfillment. The grazing allotment on the adjacent +/-7758 acres of the Santa Fe National Forest permits 125-pair or 170 yearlings seasonally. The estate sold the cattle 2 years ago and is resting the permit. The grazing allotment also includes several water wells on the permit as well. 2021 Hunting Permits included but to be determined.With end-of-the-road privacy and seclusion, world-class mule deer documented on the ranch, landowner elk & mule deer tags, both spring and fall turkey seasons, existing inco-me from producing mineral rights with royalties and a +/-7758 acre cattle grazing allotment on the immediately adjacent Santa Fe National Forest being conveyed, the diversity of ownership options of the Canoncito on the Seca, Rio Arriba County, New Mexico, has no comparison by todays market. With stock markets fluctuating and oil prices rising, invest and put your money to work in one of todays most versatile land ownership options in the one of the very best hunting units in North America. Canoncito on the Seca Ranch is not expected to be on the market for long so email or call for additional information and to set up your qualified showing today! Co brokers welcome.
$3,900,000  •  3,200 acres
Located 9 miles south of Mountainair, New Mexico, the +/-2900 deeded acres of the Quivira MesaRanch checks quite a few boxes for todays discriminating ranch buyer who wishes for top quality elk, antelope and mule deer hunting while enjoying the benefits and agricultural tax status of a working cattle ranch. There's an additional +/-300 acres of adjacent NM state grazing allotment included as well, totaling +/-3200 acres combined. The ranch is on a paved state highway with year-round access, power, internet and cell service and just might offer the lifestyle you're looking for. Mountainair, NM was originally a major dry bean production area and was named for its easy altitude and mild four-season climate.ImprovementsImprovements are perfect for today's market, while not being overdone. With builders quoting years out to start a job and prices approaching $400 per sq. ft., you'll have a very comfortable and well built headquarters. The home is a single floor +/-2400 sq. ft., 4 bedroom, 2 bath ranch home built in 2007 with central heat & air and is perfect for full time residence or recreational visits. A large 2-bay ranch shop, horse & stock barn, and excellent working pens complete the headquarters with everything a ranch owner may need. Water An excellent private well supports the headquarters and feeds a drinker system throughout the ranch. Elk, Antelope, Mule DeerLocated in Level Management 2, Quivira Mesa Ranch qualifies for unlimited landowner elk , antelope and mule deer tags. Always check regulations, as some tags have an application date each year. Elk, Mule Deer and Antelope are what Quivira Mesa is all about. Documented elk to the 390 range are in the area and 350 class bulls common. Depending on how one manages the ranch, you can find trophy mule deer and book antelope on the ranch as well. The rolling hills, mainly pinion juniper with Ponderosas and oak stands, intermingled with native grass arroyos, make for the ideal habitat, with an excellent year-round population. Coyote calling and an occasional mountain lion will round out the hunting. Should absentee ownership be of interest (as is currently), there is an excellent caretaker living on the ranch that oversees the cattle operation, game management , and facilities, and has an interest in staying on if beneficial to ownership. Quivira Mesa Ranch certainly checks quite a few boxes for todays recreational and working ranch buyer and is priced to sell. Call or email today for more info and your qualified showing . Co brokers welcome!
$3,999,000  •  320 acres
Located literally across the road from one of the most select trout fisheries in North America (if not Colorado's finest), one will find the +/- 320-acres of the Tailwater Ranch. Private, meticulous and neat is what comes to mind when one pulls into the drive, which is tucked away from public sight, to the custom timber frame home & headquarters. The sellers looked for almost 20 years to find this property. The fully working ranch has incredible water rights, qualifies for agricultural tax status, produces tons of hay, grazing for horses, sheep & cattle, as well as supports an incredible elk breeding and calving grounds. Mule deer feed in the fields every evening and bed along the creek, with monsters harvested from this area annually. And, a 1.5 acre trout pond for your fishing enjoyment. Just out the gate and across the road is the some of the most incredible fishing, truly world class, that can be found in the Black Canyon of the Gunnison, where the seller has guided on for many years. (Broker note: This broker had the pleasure of spending an incomparable day on that water, and it was one of my best days in Colorado in over 30 years.)The custom timber frame home, just the right size at +/-3200 sq. ft., has 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, with a massive 2.5 car garage that has a plethora of storage, features a huge gourmet kitchen, open floor plan, an incredible master suite, broadband internet and too many custom features to name. Truly a home design for ranch life and this property. Elevation is 7420'. The original historic ranch log buildings make up the outbuildings, including horse facilities, barn & loafing shed. Income from hay production, grazing and hunting rights help support the ranch. During recent improvements to the ranch, underground utilities and primary power was installed in multiple locations to accommodate future home sites. If water is the gold out west these days, then the Tailwater Ranch is the motherlode of water. The water rights on this ranch are literally incomparable (8.5 shares, 225 acre ft. of late summer-fall storage water), with several water project plans in the works that would convey to buyer. The big game hunting on the ranch, and neighboring BLM land, is second to none. The ranch is located approximately 15 minutes to downtown Montrose, Colorado's excellent dining, hospital, Walmart, regional airport. And, you're just two minutes to some of the best trophy trout fishing in the country & chukar hunting in the Black Canyon of the Gunnison. Blue Mesa Lake, with its huge trout, millions of acres of nearby national forest for the hiker, snowmobiler, four-wheeler and fly fisherman, leaves little to be desired in the world of recreation. With the stock market at an all time high, investors are looking for hard asset alternatives. The Tailwater Ranch certainly checks quite a few boxes for the discriminating ranch investor today. Options are endless with corporate retreat, outfitter base or a family legacy ranch to pass down to generations at the top of the list. Tailwater Ranch, while not currently enrolled in any type of conservation easement, would certainly lend itself to that cause, as most all of the holdings surrounding Tailwater Ranch are preserved by conservation easements, forever protected from development.With foreign travel for the sportsman closed down, consider your fishing, hunting and working ranch options in the heart of America, in the very best that Colorado can offer, The Tailwater Ranch. Email or call for more information and your qualified showing. Co brokers welcome.
$799,999  •  35 acres
Pagosa Springs Country Living +/- 35 acres - $799,999A +/-4800 sq. ft. home 4 bedroom, 4 bath, southern exposure, nestled into a stand of majestic ponderosa pines, with breathtaking morning-coffee views of the South San Juan Wilderness and the continental divide.With +/- 42% of America still working from home, folks are not just looking for a home but a place of business, home office, green house, garden, a feeder steer or two with livestock agricultural status and sometimes a home school. Toss in a deer or elk in the freezer, 15 minutes to a hospital, Walmart, air access, dining, and world-class powder snow for the skier and snowboarder 40 minutes away? For good measure, include over-the-counter elk tags, 1.8 million acres of the San Juan Nation Forest, the worlds deepest hot springs, 3 great fly fishing rivers, a 29-mile long lake, all within minutes? Pagosa Country Living certainly checks most of the boxes...Located on a county maintained access road +/- 6 miles south of Pagosa Springs, Colorado, a town voted by Outside Magazine as one of the best "Small Towns In America", is your Country Living dream property with end-of-the-road privacy, city water, power, NO HOA dues, cell service and wifi already there. With construction costs doubling over the last 3 years and contractors quoting in the $300 per sq. ft. price range, the +/-4800 sq. ft. 4B/4B home, placed on a tailored homesite over looking the entire ranch and the neighboring 35-acre parcel (also available), may be perceived as one of the best buys in the county. Wrap-around covered porches, tons of storage, upstairs/downstair living areas (in-law apartment plumbed for full kitchen), large kitchen /great room, passive solar from sun rooms, all popular features. Two equipment loafing sheds/livestock barns compliment the property for your toys, livestock and or storage. The hospital is 5 minutes away, 15 minutes to Pagosa Springs, 40 minutes to Wolf Creek Ski Mountain, 60 minutes to Durango, Colorado's great shopping & dining with direct commercial air service to Denver, Dallas/Ft. Worth and Phoenix daily. In a world where water is the gold today, this +/- 35 acre ranch centerpiece has water rights from the Taylor Canyon Gulch, a tributary to the San Juan River as well as a large free-flowing artesian well that has been irrigating the pastures for livestock (and keeping agricultural tax status), but whose options are endless (trout/coy ponds, greenhouse irrigation, hay/alfalfa production, just to name a few). Over a hundred head of elk at one time have been videoed coming in to the spring for a drink and swim. Numerous trophy mule deer and elk have been harvested off the property as well as the neighboring 35-acres that could be purchased to compliment the property. With this many boxes checked, Pagosa Country Living's value is impossible to duplicate. Call or email today for more information and your financially qualified showing. Co brokers welcome!
$1,100,000  •  1 acres
Located +/- 30 minutes below Pagosa Springs, Colorado and 30 minutes above Chama, New Mexico, lies the protected ranch parcels of the Crowley Ranch Reserve. On what most would consider the best 360-degree view parcel in southern Colorado, the Amish built +/- 4748 sq. ft. custom home, built in 2014, has 3 bedrooms and 3 baths on +/- one deeded acre, protected and surrounded by common area, allowing for large parcel seclusion, views and lots of privacy with small parcel ownership costs (+/- $2000 taxes). With top-of-the-mountain privacy and seclusion, the views of the Southern San Juan Wilderness Area easily rival anything in the Tetons..... A gourmet kitchen, large master bedroom, a heated 2-car garage large enough for a pair of 2500's or Suburban's and a large work area or ATV storage mark but a few of the homes many features.Just 30 minutes from Pagosa Springs, Colorodo, selected as one of the best small towns in America by Outside Magazine, boasts the worlds deepest hot springs, Wolf Creek's incredible snow skiing, 27 holes of golf and complimented by the G5 capable airport. A new hospital and Walmart have been added to the community in recent years. And, the ranch is just 90 minutes to Durango's incredible dining, and a regional airport with direct flights serving Ft. Worth/Dallas, Phoenix and Denver daily, all surrounded by the 1.8 million acres of the San Juan National Forest that still provides for unlimited hiking, camping, fishing, horseback riding and one can still buy over-the-counter elk tags.Overlooking the Navajo River Valley, hundreds of winter elk will accompany you during your morning coffee, complimenting the resident mule deer that are fully protected in the Crowley Ranches. Your guests will never drive through Dukes of Hazard and your property will never overlook Sanford and Son as the protected covenants of Crowley Ranch Reserve maintains your property values, allowing for 1300 acres of common area, hiking trails, private stocked trout ponds for teaching the kids and grandkids fly fishing & developed hot spring pools for your relaxing enjoyment. Central water, underground power and wifi/internet make for great year-round living, with an electronic gate and video camera protection for the 2nd homeowner's security. HOA annual dues (+/- $2100) cover maintenance and snow plowing for the interior roads, water, electric gate entrance and garbage pickup. Exterior roads are state maintained.You really need to see this custom Amish timber beam construction home, trimmed in river rock accents, and the massive fireplace to appreciate the craftsmanship that is so hard to find today. The open floor plan, custom designed for natural light and maximum views of the Navajo River Valley and southern San Juans, would easily cost double to duplicate construction in todays market. Is the Ridgeline Dream Ranch's very low tax bill (+/- $2000), located on one of the most premium parcels in Crowley Ranch Reserve, be the multimillion dollar ranch value you're looking for at a fraction of the cost?Call or email today for more information and your qualified showing, Co brokers welcome.
$749,000  •  880 acres
Steamboat Canyon Ranch is an exquisite piece of property in the heart of Southwestern New Mexico. This property features endless panoramic views of Bear Mountain and The Mogollon Rim (mentioned in several Louis L'Amour novels including Western Trail Rider and The Sacketts). Interested in hiking, biking, horseback riding the Continental Divide? You're in luck. The Steamboat Canyon Ranch would make a great base camp as Continental Divide trail is located between the ranch and the town of Silver City. Near the end of a 15-mile county maintained road, and public land boundaries on three sides, the ranch offers ultimate privacy and convenient access to millions of acres of BLM, State Land and The Gila National Forest. The Gila National forest is the largest National Forest in North America and offers many recreational options such as hiking, horseback riding, hunting, birdwatching, photography, etc. And, looking for picturesque place to take in views of the night sky? This dark-sky ranch offers incredible stargazing opportunities. The ranch consists of +/- 80 deeded acres plus a combination of +/- 800 acres of New Mexico state land lease and BLM lease, together rated for 14 AUM's, providing the perfect opportunity for a cattle operation. The property features a year-round pond (even in one of the Southwest's driest years) that still holds water for cattle and wildlife including +/- 30 mule deer daily. No more power bills with this off-the-grid 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom, Southwestern style home featuring a large open concept kitchen/living room with hickory cabinets and cement flooring, a large pantry/storage area in the laundry room, radiant heat, a wood fireplace and large wrap-around porches. An excellent well provides plenty of water to the orchard (apple, peach, cherry, quince and almond trees) or makes for the perfect opportunity to garden as well. There's also a fire station within 3 to 4 miles from the ranch. This area is home to a large variety of animal species some of which include: Mule Deer, Turkey, Javelina, Quail (Gambles and Fools), Coatimundi, Coyote, Fox and the occasional Elk and Bighorn Sheep. The property is located in Unit 24, in which Mule Deer tags are over-the-counter. Fill your tag and never leave your property. This isn't just a home but an office workplace, a place to homeschool, garden, and raise animals such as chickens, horses, or some feeder steers. Some quail and a nice deer in the freezer won't hurt either...Silver City is a 15-mile drive from the property and offers most essential amenities including a hospital, schools (including Western New Mexico University), a Wal-Mart and many other shopping options. Las Cruces is approximately 2-hours from the ranch and offers the amenities that Silver City does not. Safford, Arizona is approximately 2-hours from the ranch as well.Grant County has a population of approximately 27,000 and features a mild climate with summer highs averaging approximately 88-degrees and warmer winters with an average low of +/-25 degrees. Some local attractions in Grant County include the Gila Cliff Dwellings, Lake Roberts, Bear Lake, Bill Evans Lake, the Catwalk and The Gila River, all about a 1 to 2 hour drive from the ranch.Please call if you have any questions about this unique piece of property or to schedule a qualified showing. Co brokers welcome.
$4,300,000  •  28,028 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.
$2,899,966  •  1,374 acres
Melton Lakes RanchBordering the Jicarilla Apache Reservation on the north side and Heron State Park on the west, Melton Lakes Ranch, +/- 1374 acres including 15 lakes and ponds and +/-600-acre feet of irrigation, is on the market. Featuring 360-degree views, this property is the discriminating elk, mule deer and waterfowl ranching paradise. With water rights being the gold standard today, Melton Lakes Ranch is located in central Rio Arriba County, the nations #1 Boone and Crockett Mule Deer producer since 1960. The ranch is 20 minutes from Chama New Mexico and 90 minutes to Taos and Santa Fe where you can enjoy fantastic dining, shopping and world- renowned art galleries. Hunting, Land Owner Tags and RecreationWorld-renowned for producing the very best and most coveted mule deer in the country and one of the highest elk densities, the Jicarilla Apache Reservation borders the Melton Lakes Ranch on the north for approximately 1/2 mile. As the resident deer and elk are joined by migration and rut, an abundance of cover, food, water and habitat make the ranch a very attractive haven for the game, with numerous trophy elk and deer harvested. The 15 lakes and ponds (up to several acres) are excellent breeding and resting areas for waterfowl and would accommodate trout stocking with aeration quite well. Additionally, the neighboring Chama River and Heron Reservoir offer additional fishing. New Mexico offers some of the nation's most liberal elk and mule deer landowner tag programs, and it's certainly one of Melton Lakes most attractive features. While the ranch has historically drawn 8-10 archery and rifle elk tags that may be utilized from Archery season (September) and Rifle season (October 1 to December), the Unit 4 deer tags are 100% draw for landowners and their guests (please check regulations). New Mexico also offers big game incentive programs for deer and elk, encouraging the landowners who manage their land for game, longer seasons or bonus tag. Turkey, bear, and excellent waterfowl hunting will compliment the hunting opportunities. Water and Water RightsWith +/- 600-acre feet of irrigation and 15 lakes & ponds, this ranch is one of the best watered in New Mexico. Cattle, Buffalo, and Hay ProductionThrough drought years, the ranch has carried 250 yearlings (maxed to 400) with hundreds of acres irrigated, depending on how it's managed. The ranch is fully perimeter fenced and cross-fenced to 7 pastures allowing for rotation. Welded working pens compliment the property (see photos). Certified Organic - The Melton Lakes Ranch is certified organic.Mineral Rights restricted, but negotiable.With millions of acres of public recreation nearby, the Chama/Tres Piedras area is highly sought after with few large land holdings available, especially bordering the Jicarilla Apache Reservation. Add in this large amount of deeded water rights and Melton Lakes Ranch is a holding with few comparisons. Melton Lakes Ranch, featuring 15 bodies of water, working pens, and power on two sides, has no other improvements, allowing the buyer to purchase the land and not spend money on improvements they don't care for. Gorgeous building sites, too many to count, allows the new owner to place the home/headquarters of their dreams where they like and to their own specifications. Existing management/caretaker, with a lifetime of ranch management experience, lives nearby and is very interested in continuing, should the buyer be interested.Holdings like the Melton Lakes Ranch are few and far between. Better call Greg Liddle today for more information, questions and a qualified showing. Co brokers welcome!
$1,250,000  •  105 acres
Rancho Espiritu +/-105 deeded acres, Santa Fe National Forest Inholding, Jemez Mountains, If Snow White had been an elk hunter, she would have picked Rancho Espiritu, this north central New Mexico's hidden gem! This ultra-private nature lovers paradise promises amazing sunsets, zero light pollution, star gazing, wildlife galore, and excellent birding. The search to find Rancho Espiritu exceeded 20 years, until this hidden valley and National Forest inholding was found. Now retired, the couple who owns Rancho Espiritu has decided it's time to pass the baton.In the spirit of a Golden Pond getaway, Rancho Espiritu has been their summer home, ground zero for elk, deer & turkey hunting, the weekend retreat, family reunion headquarters, a tranquility base for friends & family, a winter wonderland, and during the recent Covid, the perfect family retreat/getaway. Private hiking the thousands of acres of the Santa Fe forest outside your door is such a gift. All furnishings are included so it's turnkey and ready for immediate occupancy. Carrying agricultural status (2020 taxes $823), Rancho Espiritu is a hidden hideaway. In this broker's 15 years of handling some of New Mexico's finest properties, Rancho Espiritu is a top 5 for sure...The ranch is located 19 miles southeast of Cuba, New Mexico which is home to El Bruno's famous Mexican food and has 100% paved access except for 1.2 miles of improved gravel road. Best of all, the property is very commutable to Albuquerque and Rio Rancho with a 1 1/2 to 2 hr. scenic drive. Jemez Springs (hot springs, spas, and restaurants) is a 30 mile drive. However seclusion is the word for this gated end of the road property. The Hansel & Gretel cabin is hidden at the end of a mile-and-a-half long meadow, accessed through a National Forest Special Use permit, bordered by aspens, ponderosas, Engleman spruce, white pine and blue spruce. A herd of piebald (partial albino elk) and Merriam's turkeys frequent the meadow with bear and mule deer also in the neighborhood. The ranch has an excellent well, full power service by Jemez Electric Coop, satellite internet and TV, landline phone service and a Multi-Flo septic system. The CabinThis you have to see, as the pictures don't do it justice! The original cabin, built in 1911, underwent a professional log cabin restoration by a log cabin specialist in 1999 and the guest quarters were completed in 2015. The cabin has 1169 sq. feet of living area including 802 sq. ft. on the main level with a 367 sq. ft. loft (guest quarters and office) and comes with an impressive furniture package including a 1914 Hoosier Cabinet. Main level has one bedroom, living/dining room, kitchen and full bath. Heating is by wood stove, oil filled space heaters and passive solar. Nights cool off so wonderfully in the summer that air conditioning is not needed. There's an attached storage room for barbecue grill, some tools and lots of elk antlers. The cabin and guest accommodations are complemented by a 2-car insulated garage with a heavily insulated "warm room" for winter liquids storage, an attached 225 sq. ft. storage room for supplies, a Polaris Ranger with only 590 hours, and numerous tools.Guest AccommodationsGuest quarters are located above the garage with two bedrooms, living area, kitchen area, full bath, utility/storage room and high end Renewal by Anderson windows, door, and storm door. The 625 sq. ft. of living area is complemented by a large TREX deck.Hunting Unit 6AThe property is eligible for draw landowner elk permits which can be utilized or sold and one cow elk permit is available until December 31, 2020. Frequent visitors to the ranch include numerous turkeys and 3 distinct regular herds of elk, large bulls (5 & 6 point often and a 7 point on occasion). Occasional visitors include Coyote, Blue Grouse, Deer, Black Bear Mountain Lion, Bobcat and Fox. (See attached videos.)The property has only one full time neighbor (retired couple - hunting/fishing guide) and four part-time seasonal homes within 2 miles of the dwelling. The full time neighbor grew up in the area and is a wealth of knowledge and loves to share it. The Chaparral Girl Scout Camp is about a mile south of the property - as the crow flies. The property has been protected by a conservation easement that allows building, grazing and hunting, just not sub-development. See documents. Not sure what you compare to Rancho Espiritu but Heaven on Earth comes close! Call or email today for more info and your qualified showing. Co brokers welcome.
$1,590,000  •  40 acres
Very seldom does one find the true perfect property to escape, retire, vacation or legacy family retreat......all rolled into one! Twin Pines, Mimbres Valley New Mexico, just might fit the bill. With an exquisitely designed and constructed custom home less than a frisbee throw from the millions of acres of the Gila National Forest, complemented by not one but two custom outbuildings, spread across +/- 40 acres, all nestled against the foothills and meadows of the Mimbres River Valley, surrounded and protected by millions of acres of national forest. About 45 minutes from the dining, restaurants, airport, hospital and Super Walmart of Silver City, New Mexico, one needs to look no further than the Twin Pines Ranch. No expense was spared in the design and construction of Twin Pines. The +/- 5200 sq. ft. main house has 4 bedrooms and 3.5 baths on a single level with wrap around porch that compliments the valley views and highlights the end-of-the-road privacy. A huge 3-car attached garage leads you into a guest suite with 1 bedroom, 1bath and the house saloon complete with an old west bar you have to see! The master suite, with ensuite bath and closet, are a home unto themselves. The massive kitchen flows as part of the great room, with separate formal dining room, is an incredible entertaining spot for for family and friends. All steel construction, copper-colored metal roof, 10 inch walls and 2 offices are but a few of the construction features that make Twin Pines so irreplaceable at todays costs. Covenants (but no HOA) help ensure that your neighbors will have as much respect for the neighborhood as you do. The Gila Forest allows for miles and miles of ATV access and Lake Roberts, about 15 minutes up the road, allows for great boating and fishing so one needs a place for toys.... Complimenting the main home are two custom outbuildings. The first is 100 x 50 with 12 ft. wings on each side, is fully heated and insulated with a kitchen and 3/4 bath, is RV capable storage but could easily be set up as work office or guest home. The other is a custom built 60 x 60 with large bay, also capable of any use imaginable, including a possible conversion into horse facilities. Both are served with year-round gravel access, power and propane. A gun range on the property is also very handy. Water rights compliment Twin Pines Ranch for domestic home use and gardening. A gentle +/- 6300 ft. elevation allows for a moderate four-season climate with cooler summers and mild winters. Albuquerque, El Paso and/or Tucson are all +/- 3 hours from the ranch. With todays "escapism" rampant, 40% of America still working from home, construction replacement costs doubling over the last 3 years and an additional 30% in the last 30 days, it would take millions upon millions to replace this meticulous manor at todays costs. Call or email today for more information and your qualified showing on your Twin Pines Ranch, Mimbres Valley! Co brokers welcome.
$385,000  •  320 acres
Kit Canyon RanchKit Canyon Ranch lies between Grants and Gallop, New Mexico, just south of I-40. Located in New Mexico Big Game Unit 10, it offers the recreational sportsman Trophy Elk, Mule Deer, Black Bear, Mountain Lion and Merriam Turkey Hunting. The very best feature is that it has locked gate access to the +/- 90,000 acre Cibola National Forest to hunt, 4-wheel and ATV, with Foster Canyon 4-wheel track going right out your back gate, but only publicly accessed from many miles away. A recreational paradise, the neighbors have drilled a successful water well, so water is not far away, and it would make for a great off-grid cabin site. The nearby forest has a natural springs and creek bottom that service as a wildlife corridor. The best indicator of excellent habitat is the numerous native pottery shards and cave history that is located on the property for the historical enthusiast. While Kit Canyon Ranch may qualify for landowner elk and deer tags, the current owner does not hunt, so tags for elk would need to be applied for 2021. Some landowner deer tags may be available for 2020 (check regulations). With rural land sales going through the roof, and great access from Albuquerque (2 hrs) and Phoenix (4.5 hours), great properties with I 40 access are difficult to find. Call or email today for more information and to schedule your qualified showing. Co brokers welcome.
$697,000  •  133.5 acres
Located just 2 hours from Albuquerque, in the coveted Hunting Unit 5A, approximately a 1/2 mile from the World Famous Jicarilla Apache Reservation in Rio Arriba County, New Mexico is where you'll find this sweet little gem. Lock, Stock and Barrel - a complete turnkey hunting and recreation oasis with land & cattle. Great water (rural city water), power, paved highway frontage, fenced and gated. It's all here! 133.5 acres of paradise with year-round water holes, food plots, a 2 bedroom/2 bath single level recently remodeled home with a 2-bay extra large garage. And, for your toys and ranch equipment, a 30 x 50 Mueller Engineered metal building with 14 ft. doors. Keep your cattle and horse feed close as the mule deer and elk will do their best to relieve you of it. One can run cattle, equestrian or grow world-class mule deer and elk. The choice is yours. Big Game Unit 5A is one of the most coveted BGU in North America (Eastman's, 2017) especially for world-class mule deer. Enjoy the early doves on the waterhole and your 3 landowner buck mule deer tags and 2 elk mature bull tags annually. And, for the first time ever, Game & Fish has issued 50 Early Muzzleloader tags and the ranch has one of them!!! Go early or late with the New Mexico landowner elk authorization as the tags run until December 31. Nestled between the +/- million acres of the Jicarilla Apache Reservation (.5 mile) and the Santa Fe National Forest (1 mile) the Unit 5A Elk & Mule Deer Ranch is wonderfully positioned between 2 incredible large land tracts. With your own food plots and water holes, your kids and grand kids may have their pick of bucks and bulls. Your west view is the Continental Divide and your east view is the Gallina Mountain Range.Price was recently reduced and priced to sell. Call today for a qualified showing. Co Brokers Welcome.Note: In order to confirm a showing, financial verification is required. Thank you.
$1,250,000  •  26 acres
Piedra Riverside Farm & RanchSportsman's Paradise priced to sell! This +/- 26 acres of river frontage, located on the banks of the Piedra River, holds monster browns and rainbows and is the gateway to the 1.8 million-acre San Juan National Forest, located just across the road. The river flows straight out of the Weminuche Wilderness and is gold medal water, with over +/- 1000 ft. of private frontage and several very deep holes right on the property. There is an additional 26 miles of public water above the property in the forest. Water rights are being conveyed with the property. There is +/- 20 acres of alfalfa in production that would support your horses, or give you a little income. This getaway to paradise, located on a paved county road, has a cozy +/- 1850 sq. ft. home with 3 bedrooms and 2 baths, a very well built cabin, and a barn/shed for storing your 4-wheelers and other outdoor toys. The bald eagles rest in the Cottonwoods while fishing, and mallards and geese raise their young here. An occasional beaver or otter can be seen swimming in the river, with elk and deer calling the property home as well. Recent upgrades to the cabin include new kitchen cabinets, updated appliances, new master bed, interior paint, upgraded furniture and improved internet. Similar upgrades/improvements are in the process for the small Air BnB cabin.The Piedra River Valley is mostly national forest, but about a dozen or so families live in the valley, making for some of the best neighbors one can ask for, all attracted to the valley for the same reasons. With the lowest altitude in southern Colorado (6300 ft.) between the Utah state line and I-25, you can launch your raft or kayak from the property and get picked up at Navajo Lake, a few miles downstream and 15 minutes by auto. Navajo Lake has over 22 miles of boating, fishing, hunting (great waterfowling and big game) that includes both New Mexico and Colorado. The Piedra Riverside also would lend well to orchards and other gardening. Located in big game unit 75-751, the elk tags are over the counter and deer are almost 100% draw. Be it archery, muzzleloader or rifle, the property is a great hunting location for all seasons and some of the best turkey hunting in the state.Whether it be your summer retreat, sportsman's getaway or year round living, the Piedra Riverside Farm & Ranch would take millions to duplicate. Call today for a qualified showing. Co brokers welcome.
$205,000  •  160 acres
Monument Creek Farm - Dolores County, COJust north of Dove Creek, Colorado, the Pinto Bean Capital of America, lies the fertile 160-acres of Monument Creek Farm, a legacy family farm tract with annual income and qualifying for a coveted Colorado Landowner Preference Mule Deer Buck Tag annually. Monument Creek Farm, with +/- 135-acres under cultivation, is qualified for organic crop product. If you're interested in income potential, organic crops in the area yield about the same as non-organic and the market prices for organic crops are substantially higher. In the past half dozen years, annual income from Monument Creek Farm varied from $15,442 for the landowner's 25% share (Anasazi beans) to $0 (fallow). The Southeast corner of the property is kept in its native state of oak brush, mountain mahogany, Pinion & Juniper, being quartered by Monument Creek arroyo. This corner of the property is excellent mule deer habitat laced with game trails and an excellent location for a run off pond. Application deadline for the following year is December 1 for the Colorado Landowner Deer tag, which may be allocated ranch only or unit wide (owners choice) and this area has been known for producing magnificent mule deer, including producing the all-time world record Burris Buck.If you're ready to secure a land investment with proven income rather than the risks of the stock market and an additional dividend each year of a landowner mule deer tag, then Monument Creek Farm may be the option you're looking for. Call or email today for more information and your qualified showing. This one may not be on the market long. Co Brokers welcome!
$1,400,000  •  760 acres
Horned Toad Ranch, Cahone, Colorado (+/-760 acres) After a generation of family farming, its time to pass the baton on this 60+ year-old family farm that uniquely dovetails into the thousands of acres of the Canyons of the Ancients National Monument. Named after the abundant horned toads that the farmers' kids would chase while on family arrowhead hunting picnics, this legacy property has few equals. The ranch is an end-of-the-road, off-grid farmstead with an incredible blend of +/- 487 acres of production farmland and100% surrounded elk and mule deer holding cover. The farmland is income-producing CRP, with 2 years remaining. Total annual payment is $16,445 ($33.76 per acre). The per acre rate is driven by soil conditions. Soil condition for the Horned Toad is judged at the high end of the per-acre payment rate. There are several miles of edge bordering on the canyonlands and home to world-class elk and trophy class mule deer. With farm income, qualifying for 2 annual landowner buck tags & over the counter elk tags (2020 season), this totally protected paradise has not been hunted in years. And, it's located just a couple miles from the Utah state line, with elk tags on that side that could take 20+ years to draw. With 3 sides of the ranch touching the Canyons National Monument, the Horned Toad Ranch is the off-the-grid ranch and easy to hunt paradise you've been looking for your whole life. Totally turnkey with tree stands and trail cams, it's ready for your RV or fifth-wheel camper. And, if you're interested in building your dream cabin, there's an excellent site with views of mountains from every window.Whether hunting trophy elk and mule deer, or hunting the numerous Indian artifacts with the kids, this income-producing, family retreat just might fit your criteria for the perfect recreational farm property. Be sure to explore Mesa Verde National Park and the Dolores River Canyon, both nearby. County maintained access to the front gate, with easy rolling terrain, allows for all ages to enjoy this property. The Horned Toad Ranch is just 4.5 hours to Salt Lake City (UT), 6.5 hours to Phoenix (AZ) and 40 minutes to Cortez (CO) with regional air access, dining, Walmart and a hospital. This one may not last long so call or email today for more information and your qualified showing. Co brokers welcome.
$5,378,175  •  2,390 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.
$2,895,000  •  388 acres
Timbers Lodge & Guest Ranch at Chama +/- 388 deeded acres of unequalled mountain tranquilityIntroducing a property that has no equal, at a price significantly less than today's replacement value in one of New Mexico's most enchanted valleys. The Timbers at Chama is the consummate recreational property you've been waiting for your whole life. Located on a paved state highway, with easy access, an electronic security gate entrance, with views and privacy beyond legal description! 2 hours to Santa Fe, 1 hour to the G5 jet-capable airport in Pagosa Springs, Colorado, and just 90 minutes to Taos or Wolf Creek ski mountains. Originally part of the world-renowned Mundy Ranch, the headquarters section for this incredible property, most noted for producing the 49 inch Mundy Buck, has hosted family reunions, corporate and religious retreats, weddings, and more elk and mule deer hunters than one can count over the last 20+ years. Over the last few years, the ranch has been operated as a private retreat hosting a few recreational elk and deer hunters. World-class trout fishing and snowmobiling round out the year-round attraction to the Chama Valley and surrounding area... The Lodge - With the ranch centerpiece being the +/- 5000 sq. ft. lodge, there are 5 bedrooms, 5.5 baths, fully furnished in designer quality decor, including custom linens, sheets and comforters. The main room in the lodge hosts a custom stone fireplace with the ranch namesake (100+ year old, 20 ft. long solid oak beam as the mantel piece). The great room has views of the south San Juan Mountains and Brazos Cliffs, where one can watch deer and elk most every evening from the incredible 50 x 50 deck, complete with another outdoor fireplace. Complementing this warm and cozy lodge is the chef-quality commercial kitchen and laundry room. There's also a greenhouse on the property for fresh herbs and vegetables. The Lodge alone is worth the asking price, but it is only one of 4 separate housing units on the ranch. Also nearby, but positioned for maximum views, access and individual privacy are the following structures: The "Residence" is +/- 2800 sq. ft. with 5 bedrooms and 5 baths, split level with a 2-car garage and office. Excellent onsite residence or VRBO income producer, also fully furnished and step-in turnkey. The "Hacienda" is +/- 1800 sq. ft. with 4 bedrooms and 3 baths, with a covered patio and carport. Fully furnished, turnkey ready. The "Guest Cabin" is +/- 1300 sq. ft. with 1 bedroom and a covered porch overlooking one of the ranch ponds and positioned for the private retreat. For the equestrian lover, the ranch comes with a complete 6-stall horse barn, with tack and feed room. For the tinkerer, there's a fully equipped shop, 5 bay equipment shed complete with John Deere Tractor, and a road leveler and implements. For the elk and deer hunter, the ranch has complete under-cover, commercial quality cleaning rack with winch and rail system that leads into your very own walk-in meat cold room that will hold numerous elk and deer. There's also a custom built rifle range with a covered shooting bench. For the gourmet cook there's a greenhouse. With a low tax bill of +/- $4400 (ag status), the ranch has been meticulously maintained and is being conveyed fully furnished with walk-in, turnkey status. While these improvements are unequalled and the ranch price reflects less than half of replacement costs, the + /-388 acres of The Timbers is a trophy in itself. With only 300 ft. of variation in the topography, the gentle foothills have been manicured and managed for elk and mule deer with a virtual 95% success rate with the ranches annual mule deer and elk tags. Caressed with Ponderosas that will rival redwoods, native oaks and interwoven with native grass meadows for wildlife feed, 3 wells (2 just for wildlife), you can crisscross the ranch on your ATV via foot or horseback trail system. It's a sportsman's paradise. With unlimited mule tags and an average of 3 landowner elk tags, the Timbers at Chama is unequalled in value in todays recreational ranch market. The incredible quality of the property and improvements become apparent the moment you pull through the gate. Once you're on the ranch you won't want to leave. Being a family retreat and partially operated as a commercial lodging operation the last 20 years, the owners have elected to retire and are looking to pass this baton to the next owner. The options are endless. Call or email today for a financially qualified showing or more information. Co brokers welcome.
$830,000  •  5,747 acres
Blue Creek 160 with Allotment (5587 Acres)Located in the very heart of the Gila National Forest, the Blue Creek 160-acre inholding, combined with an adjacent +/- 5587-acres national forest grazing allotment, permitted for 145 pair year-round, is virtually impossible to duplicate. 5 miles from the Arizona border and located in Grants County, New Mexico this property carries bull elk that reach gigantic proportions, mule deer that die of old age, Coues Whitetails, bear & turkey. The property features +/-5 waterholes and one well (solar). There are no improvements, with the exception of working pens, on this secluded deeded holding. A road maintained by the National Forest Service allows access to the deeded 160 with two tracks accessing the national forest. Deer, elk and cattle income! It's a great place for a cabin or RV and very accessible to the state of Arizona that could take 20 years to draw a tag. These national forest inholdings are getting more and more scarce so call or email today for more info and a qualified showing. Hunting rights convey. Co Brokers Welcome.Note: In order to confirm a showing, financial verification is required. Thank you.
Hayden Outdoors

Greg Liddle
501 Main St. #A
Windsor, CO 80550

Mobile: 970-946-0374