Manuel Trujillo


Manuel “Manny” Trujillo started with Hayden Outdoors in December 2018. He was born in Southern California and raised in Taos, NM. Manuel is a graduate from the University of Utah in Economics and has more than 15 years combined experience in real estate specializing in mountain, recreational, and outdoor property. He has vast experience not only in selling outdoor properties, but also in the design and development of both stick built and log homes. He has sold hundreds of properties in both NM and Colorado and has performed as one of the top producing real estate agents among his peers. Manuel has a great reputation with his clients and is known for his friendliness, work ethic, honesty, and integrity. He works tirelessly to provide the greatest amount of service to his clients and his track record shows it. Manuel’s number one passion is his wife and kids. Number two, is being outdoors and making deals happen through listing and showing real estate. He is an enthusiast of dirt bike riding, camping, fishing, bow hunting, and teaching and coaching kids.
$265,000  •  335.28 acres
K Bar Z Ranch is 335.28 acres situated in Mora county located just 20 miles south of Angel Fire, New Mexico. The elevation provides for thick vegetation and a plethora of healthy forest with mixed ponderosa, pinion, fir, and oak. This property is a hunter's dream with four 'either-sex' elk tags allocated a year in game management unit 46. Wildlife throughout this property includes but is not limited to elk, mule deer, black bears, bobcats, mountain lions, & turkeys. Mora County has a reputation of being New Mexico's prettiest place, with views of the Sangre de Cristo mountain range while being surrounded by rugged terrain, including steep inclines, and rock wall faces.This property offers several options that can be easily formed into build sites with huge views, or several camp sites. The property has easement access from El Rincon Road and electicity is a few hundred feet near. The tiny village of Sierra Bonita Subdivision in Guadalupita is nestled below the property and has amenities as a fishing pond with trout open to the public, RV camp sites, and even a small store to buy basic essentials.This property is priced agressively for a quick sale.
$669,000  •  24 acres
Located on the edge of the town corridor of Villa Grove, sits this prime 24 acre Commercial/Industrial property. Its location is contiguous along the busy HWY 285 which connects the city of Alamosa to the towns of Saguache, Poncha Springs, Salida, and Buena Vista, CO. The owner has recently retired his thriving connex box storage company that the property was primarily used for, and hosts an occasional farm equipment auction. The land, the warehouse, and the home sit mainly idle, however, are in good working condition with power and water in current use. The warehouse facility is 5,500 square ft. with a 55'x100'. It also contains a pea gravel floor, and three 14' x 14' garage doors with drive-through capacity. It is wired for 220 volt and can be used in several different commercial/industrial manners. Full sized trucks and equipment easily fit in the building and the roof is adequate for taller equipment. The second building is a metal 55'X35' quonset with a stick frame office addition. It hosts over 2,200 sq ft of space and is also 220 volt wired.To add to the property, there is a 1354 Sq Ft 2 bed / 1.5 bath home that contains an office, patio, & laundry room. The house would make for a good rental or full time home and is ready to move in.
$640,000  •  640 acres
This 640 deeded acre parcel is located just west of the town of Moffat, in the south central part of Colorado. The parcel features several artesian wells (the owner claims 13) which flow continuously. The parcel is located off of the well traveled County Road T, which connects to HWY 285 and is just south of the town of Saguache. This property was mainly used for pasture for cattle over the past 15 years, and hosts a double wide 3 bedroom home, a corral, and carport. The home is ready to use, however needs some sprucing up to be completely inhabitable. It would make for a good rental property or primary home.Amoung the artesian wells, one stands out producing 800 gpm. It is permitted for stock watering and irrigation. The well is currently used to fill up a .75 surface acre pond that has bass and carp. It also makes for a great habitat for several species of ducks and other game fowl. Small game and foul hunting is permitted on the land and special permit private land owner tags can be accessed for large game because of the size of the land. This property is located in GMU 68, and is predominately public lands and hunting access is excellent in the county. Throughout the area, some of the terrain can be challenging, for those willing to go into tough terrain, the game is plentiful and healthy. This property is priced to sell and the owner is willing to carry a note if needs be. It's got a great location with wide open land if that is what you are looking for. There is a Dollar General store right down the road, a new school hosting grades k-12, and the city of Alamosa is located just 30 miles south with shopping, commerce, and Adams State University. The town of Salida is just 30 miles or so north which contains shopping and all the amenities needed.
$1,900,000  •  145.46 acres
This property (totaling more than 145 acres) is located just outside the Pueblo city limits, immediately west of Bandera Park and the El Camino Las Vistas neighborhood. Close to some of Pueblo's newest and most thriving neighborhoods, as well as one of the city's key commercial districts (including Wal-Mart, Lowes, and several shopping centers), this property offers a unique opportunity for an investor or developer. The property's A-4 zoning is conducive to low-density residential development, as well as agricultural, commercial and recreational uses.
$214,000  •  37 acres
The Antelope Run development offers wide open ranchette home sites located within a small commute of just 25 minutes east of Aurora, and 15 minutes north of Kiowa, in Elbert County. Enjoy the peaceful environment of wide open space, big skies, and country living. No HOA's, other than a home owner's road maintenance agreement, and builder friendly Elbert County regulations. Build your dream home, with outbuildings, and land for your animals with this incredible offering.
$220,000  •  36.83 acres
The Antelope Run development offers wide open ranchette home sites located within a small commute of just 25 minutes east of Aurora, and 15 minutes north of Kiowa, in Elbert County. Enjoy the peaceful environment of wide open space, big skies, and country living. No HOA's, other than a home owner's road maintenance agreement, and builder friendly Elbert County regulations. Build your dream home, with outbuildings, and land for your animals with this incredible offering.
$1,600,000  •  4,134 acres
Just 9 miles south of the old commerce town of Clayton, NM is where you will find this open grassland ranch that has easy access off of the low traveled and well maintained HWY 402. From the ranch, the border of the Texas and Oklahoma Panhandle are approximately 10 to 15 miles away. The Sangre de Cristo Mountain Range is due north, and some of NM and CO's most prime mountainous hunt lands are just within an hour drive.This Land and Cattle - offers the unique opportunity to own 1217 deeded acres contiguous with 2277 leased acres of National Grassland and 640 deeded acres of leased state land with a fresh 5 year lease. The state land leases for around $600/year and the National Grassland lease is for approximately $990/year. The National Grassland lease consists of 2 permits - K20 & K21 permit. The K20 is rated for 110 AUM's ( Animal Unit Months) for 120 days, and the K21 - rated for 47 cow calf pairs. The ranch is rated to run 150 head of cattle, however the owners currently own 54 cattle on the property. So, no over grazing is currently present.The CRP- Approximately 233.2 acres of the deeded land is currently in the Conservation Reserve Program (CRP).The CRP consists of two contracts; one, consisting of 168.7 acres, expires in 2022 and the second consisting of 64.5 acres expires in 2023. Annual payments are $44.70 per acre.The Water and Mineral Rights - 100% of the water right is conveyable to the new owner of the property, and there are 6 permitted wells. There is a combination of submergible pumps, over a mile of buried poly pipe water lines, 2 solar windmills, a series of rubber tire tanks, and cisterns that deliver water to the home, land, and tanks. Mineral Rights Available.The Homesite - This is a 1940's home that has had new plumbing, electrical, and septic completed in 2016. It has 2 bedrooms, 1 bath, wood floors, and an open kitchen. It's heated by both wood burning stove and propane heater. Cozy is the word for this home, and think of your grandma's old house when you were a kid, and that will be an accurate description. The second home is an old homestead made of white rock. It's currently gutted and uninhabitable in it's current state.GMU 59 - This ranch falls in New Mexico game management unit 59. The current owner does not currently hunt it. Several antelope frequent the ranch on almost a daily basis. One will find some of the finest looking mule deer, white tails, and bear occasionally traverse the pastures. If hunting, this ranch is more suited for antelope and upland birds such as quail and some turkey.
$160,000  •  320 acres
This 320 acre piece of Colorado plains land is located in Las Animas County. It's situated deep into the secluded south eastern part of the state. Though many ranches can be found scattered among the plains that make up the area, many miles of unaltered views abound in a 360 degree line of site. This piece of land is just perfect for the owner who wants to get away, but not too far away, as civilization is just within a half of an hour drive. From the property, you can see the windmills far in the distance that line I25 next to Walsenburg to the west. From the west, you can also see the front range of Rocky Mountains that make Colorado famous. To the north, east, and south, there is nothing but rolling contours of land without a house in site.The land is accessed directly off of CR 94.0. Though it's location is remote, good cell service can be picked up with a strong connection on the land. Don't expect electricity or utilities to be near, because they are not. Most ranch homes in this area run off of solar power and wind generation. Traffic is very infrequent and you are more likely to see cattle and wildlife than any of the locals.This area is also located in GMU 134, which has healthy numbers for antelope, deer, and small game. You will see the occasional plains elk meander by and hunt tags for this area over the counter. (Subject to change as the state wildlife authorities govern.)This land is well priced at $650/acre. Feel free to drive by and experience the wide open country. Here is your chance to have your own piece of Colorado that you can camp, hunt, lease for ag purposes, or build your home on for a very attractive price.
$339,000  •  0.62 acres
This beautiful parcel can be found within walking distance to the front basin of the Angel Fire Resort ski slopes. Zoned for multifamily, this lot is nicely positioned to build a condo complex or multifamily project that will allow 20 units per acre. All utilities including sewage are accessible to the lot. This is a prime location with big northern views. Angel Fire is a premier four seasons resort that has a vast and loyal client base from Texas, Oklahoma, Florida, Kansas, and California. Don't miss this rare opportunity.
$1,595,040  •  1,920 acres
This property consists of 1920 deeded acres in Fremont County, Colorado. It lies just south of the town of Florence and just north of the town Wetmore, right off of Hwy 67. The ingress and egress to the land is openly accessible year round through the well maintained County Road 103. There are a handful of homes that run contiguous to the property with inhabitants that enjoy large parcels that they live on. The desert like surroundings create a picturesque environment that contains natural canyons and cliffs that meander throughout. It's location is at the foothills of the Sangre de Cristo Mountain range, where lush vegetation abounds consisting of grass, shrubs, pine, spruce, fir, aspen, and junipers. Many build sites can be found on the land, and the creative mind can see endless possibilities for development or recreation. Several animals live and utilize this area. On any given day, elk, deer, antelope, and many small game animals can be found. On occasion, bear, mountain lion, and other predators can be seen. The property has not been hunted on, but offers the opportunity to gain owner tags in GMU 69. The owner's will consider dividing this property into a northern and southern tract upon request.
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