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$199,000  •  160 acres
LAND 160± deeded acres Mild terrain with rolling meadows Pinon and Juniper trees 6500' elevation 90± acres in the Cultural resources program LPP Mule deer tags OTC Elk Tags WATER Well, with a static level of 10 ft ACCESS Year Round access County roads lead up to the Ranch PROPERTY IMPROVEMENTS No Improvements besides the well RECREATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES /HUNTING CPW's Game Management unit 72 Resident and migratory Mule Deer and Elk herds Substantial Elk Herds cross over from the Utah border where it takes over 20 points to draw. Quality Mule Deer, Elk, Black Bear, Mountain Lion, and small game OTHER RECREATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES Excellent hiking, Fishing close to the Ranch Telluride Ski resort is roughly 1.5 hours away LOCATION Access to the property is via paved to gravel county roads Durango, Colorado - 1.5 hours Cortez, Colorado - 35 minutes Dolores, Colorado - 35 minutes Moab, Utah - 1.5 hours Baker Ranch is a farming community located south of Dove Creek, Colorado. The 160± acres compromise about 90 acres of CRP cultivated ground, the balance being rolling timber and sage. Baker Ranch is an excellent opportunity for a hunter to enjoy excellent dove and mule deer hunting. Mule deer and Elk hunting is nothing short of amazing, with an opportunity to harvest some good deer with a chance over the years to harvest truly exceptional trophies. The property offers an excellent water source for wildlife and is surrounded by brush and canyon country, allowing an owner to pull deer onto the property with plentiful grasses in the CRP pastures. The views from this property are astounding, with the La Platas to the east, Sleeping Ute Mountain to the south, and the Abajo Mountains over in Utah.
$499,000  •  2.49 acres
Located in Cedaredge, CO, on the western slope, this 2.5-acre property is close to National Forest lands with recreational hunting, snowmobiling, horseback riding, 4-wheeling, and mountain recreation potential. This beautiful custom home has vaulted ceilings, a large expansive deck, three bedrooms, and two bathrooms. Located 2 miles east of Cedaredge, CO, the property is 10 miles from Grand Mesa, known for vast elk herds and a mecca for recreational enthusiasts. *2x6 Framing *R21 insulation in the Walls and R 38 in the ceilings. *Waterproof Laminate flooring throughout. *Custom Knotty Alder Trim throughout. *Solid Knott alder Interior doors. *Samsung Stainless Steel Appliances. *Aspen T&G ceilings in the great room and porch. *Exposed Timber trusses in the Great room. *Conditioned Crawl Space to maintain warm floors. *Custom tile shower in the master bathroom. *Custom tile tub surround in the guest bathroom. *Soft close hardware on all cabinets.
$199,000  •  6 acres
LAND 6± deeded acres Mild terrain with rolling meadows Aspen and spruce trees 9200' elevation WATER Pond that is spring fed Multiple springs BOUNDARY Bordered Uncompahgre Forest, 293,806 acres of Public ground Borders a small development to the North ACCESS Year Round access County roads lead up to private gated road. PROPERTY IMPROVEMENTS 300 Sqft Cabin Solar system for 110-volt power Vermont Castings wood stove The tiny home sleeps four people Storage shed that has a large capacity composting toilet RECREATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES HUNTING CPW's Game Management unit 61 Resident and migratory Mule Deer and Elk herds Substantial Elk Herds live year-round around the property Secluded property Hunting tags are highly sought after Quality Mule Deer, Elk, Black Bear, Mountain Lion, and small game OTHER RECREATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES Excellent hiking, jeeping, and photography tours Golfing at Bridges, Cornerstone Golf clubs 10 miles from Elk Mountain resort Skiing at Telluride LOCATION Montrose, CO Telluride Ski Resort and FBO 40 miles
$6,950,000  •  3,042 acres
Coyote Creek Ranch Homestead consists of 3,042± acres with Coyote Creek traversing the property. The Coyote Creek Ranch ranges in elevation from 7,800 feet to just under 10,000 feet, the peaked skyline is home to the Sangre De Cristo and Rincon Mountain peaks. High canyon walls, deep timber mesas, high parks, and peak views compromise the makeup of Coyote Creek Ranch Homestead. Located in Game Unit 46, known for an exceptional elk population and quality bulls, the ranch receives Elk Permits annually, adding to the outstanding recreational access on this ranch and in this region. The ranch has year-round access. Located just 20 miles south of Angel Fire, one of New Mexico's premier ski areas, this Guadalupita, NM land for sale is in a prime location providing excellent amenities to such a remote mountain ranch.
$399,000  •  40 acres
Black Canyon 40 is a dream property within a few miles of Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park. This property offers beautiful views of the mountains and the opportunity to see an abundance of wildlife, and you can be fishing the highly acclaimed Gunnison River within minutes. The serenity of the community goes back many centuries from the old homesteads located around the ranch where they harvested dry land potatoes in the early 1900s. If you desire fishing and hunting or just gazing at God's creation, then this is the place for you. Within a few minutes, you can fish for rainbows and browns in one of the most coveted fishing spots Colorado offers. As far as hunting goes, you can walk right out your back door and pursue trophy bucks and bulls in Unit 64. This Unit is known for its trophy potential mule deer, and for elk, you can get archery and draw 2nd and 3rd season rifle with zero points. Add in the unique opportunity of harvesting elk right off your property and backing up to a large chunk of land-locked BLM, and you've got a recreational property that is hard to match. The feel that this land provides is just breathtaking! Give yourself a chance to sit back and soak up the snow-capped San Juan Mountains, and you automatically feel rejuvenated and relaxed. You'll feel the solitude of this ranch while still enjoying all the amenities that the town of Montrose has to offer, including, grocery stores, restaurants, hospital and an international airport all within 12 minutes.
$5,899,000  •  1,337 acres
Placerville Ranch is 1,337± deeded acres located in San Miguel County, 19± miles west of Telluride and 11± miles southeast of Norwood, Colorado, and sits near the north boundary of the Uncompahgre National Forest. Located in GMU 70, This unit is comprised of 871,086 acres, of which are 30% private, 70% public, 16% USFS, 49% BLM, and 5% state lands. The ranch qualifies and is in the landowner participation program. The ranch's deeded acres are fronted by Beaver Creek Drainage, "28,586.18" acres of hard-to-access BLM ground and an additional 500,000± acres between Lone Cone State Wildlife Area and adjacent public land. The ranch is NOT under conservation easement, though it is fronted by lands that are protected from future development being under conservation easements. Placerville Ranch is home to numerous ponds and lakes. There is a spectacular variety of terrain and fauna, from the incredible wetland bottoms to the lush aspen forest and protein-rich oak brush, making this ranch the perfect home to vast numbers of elk and mule deer. Substantial elk populations reside on the ranch throughout the summer and fall months. The ranch has exceptional habitat with adjudicated water rights for pasture the elk and mule deer love. Placerville Ranch offers an excellent hunting lodge with 3-bedrooms and 3-bathrooms built-in 1986, a 30'X24' equipment accessories barn, and has on-grid electricity, a rare find for a ranch of this size. Recreational access to Southwest Colorado out of Placerville Ranch is exceptional. There are miles of 4wd trails into the San Juan National Forest and outstanding fishing for Rainbow trout in the many stocked ponds. Just a short drive from the ranch is Telluride, Colorado. Telluride Ski Resort has been a top-ranking ski destination in North America for many years. Along with its outstanding skiing is the quaint town with great restaurants and shops. Telluride is a year-round destination with festivals and events throughout the year.
$1,290,000  •  35 acres
Set on 35± park-like acres within the region's most coveted enclave of Durango, Colorado, this history-filled 4,400± square foot hand-hewn cabin combines world-class views and design with rich and rugged materials providing charming character. With four beds, four and a half baths, and a studio apartment for guests or potential VRBO, this is an entertainer's dream! Three wood fireplaces and one gas fireplace will keep you warm through the Colorado winters. A dramatic timber-framed great room opens to the outdoors where you can soak up the highly productive hay fields, and Southwest Colorado living at its finest. The property's design and construction were born of a multi-year collaboration between the owners. Dyar Farm has been a labor of love as the family has run the farm as a High-Fence elk ranch, with the 8-foot-tall fences with cross-fenced pastures providing an intensive grazing program. The ranch yields 4 tons to the acre giving you plenty of hay to put up for the winter. The fields are planted with round-up ready alfalfa and premium grass horse hay that is lush and brings up to $450 a ton. Dyar Farm, an exceptional property, offers year-round recreational opportunities out your back door with world-class skiing, biking, hiking, golf, spas, restaurants, and shops all within a short drive yet still a world away. And if you're a world traveler, you're just 5.5 miles from LaPlata County Airport. For more information or to schedule a showing, visit:
$410,000  •  320 acres
Ancient Monarch Ranch is composed of 320± acres situated between Dolores and Dove Creek, Colorado, which has some of the best habitat and hunting that money can buy. With splendid mountain views in all four compass directions, this sleepy town derives its name from the wild doves inhabiting local waterways. These days, abundant yields from local farms make Dove Creek better known as one of the pinto bean capitals of the world. With the agriculture ground and plenty of cover, Dove Creek holds tons of game. From big game like elk and deer, to small game like dove and pheasant, there is a wealth of prime hunting opportunities in Dove Creek and Dolores. As if the stunning natural scenery weren't enough, the hunting landscape makes this a destination and paradise for the sportsman. All the agriculture fields attract the game animals and provide the nutrients to grow the old ancient Monarchs. On the property there is a mixture of big open agriculture fields with pine and juniper trees surrounding, you can't take a step without seeing fresh elk or deer signs. The 320± acres back up to 148,000 acres of hard-to-access public hunting ground where you can chase animals for years to come. The owner has placed strategic ponds and water sources throughout the property to keep the animals hanging around through the seasons. The owner has also been sure to only harvest mature animals to preserve the grounds for years to come. Throughout Dolores and Montezuma counties, there is some phenomenal trout fishing. The Dolores River is a major attractant as it holds rainbows and huge brown trout. Narraguinnep Reservoir is a short drive from the property and makes for a great getaway after your morning hunt. There are countless high lakes and reservoirs within a short distance for you to satisfy the angler in you. These 320± acres would make a great cabin site or home site with year-round access and power running right through the property. For all your amenities you can be in Cortez within 30 miles which has grocery stores and a hospital. Additionally, Dove Creek is about 15 miles away. If you're in the market for an affordable hunting haven where you can take monster mules and good bulls yearly, then this is the place for you. For more information or to schedule a showing visit
$2,600,000  •  1,350 acres
Wyotana Ranch comprises 1,366.8± acres of the true west, encapsulating the best of the west, from huge skies to open vistas. Sitting at elevations ranging from 3,500 feet to 3,700 feet, it encompasses terrain changes, roughly 700± acres of timbered ground, and 4,600± feet of Holben Creek. Private location, lifestyle, giant skies, and big game are some of the ranch's best attributes. In Wyoming's Game Unit 1 (Crook), Wyotana Ranch is home to exceptional Elk, Mule deer, Whitetail, and Antelope populations. It is common to see all species on a ranch tour. The ranch is ready to enjoy with a 3-bedroom 2 bath multi-level home, insulated shop, working cattle improvements, and a very convenient 2,300-foot grass airstrip and hanger. Wyotana Ranch is nestled 25± miles from Hulett, Wyoming, home to an exceptional private airport at the Huellett Municipal Airport, with 5,500' of paved strip accompanied by available fuel, making the ranch reachable from a considerable area of the USA. The site hosts the world-famous, and frankly, awe-inspiring Devil's Tower in one of the US's first National Monument. Devil's Tower National Monument comprises 1,347 acres of park, trails, and millennia of Native American History. The region is home to exceptional recreational attributes, from the world-class fishing in both Keyhole Reservoir and Cook Lake and the headwaters of the Little Missouri River and Belle Fourche River to the endless historic venues that abound in the region, including the Indian Battles to the world-renowned Vore Buffalo Jump. For more information on this ranch, visit our website:
$1,900,000  •  120 acres
The Elk Lake Lodge Ranch is a unique and beautiful 122± acres located just outside of Pagosa Springs, Colorado with year-round access. The ranch sits at 8,400± feet in elevation and provides you with stunning views of the Black Mountains and Pagosa Peak Mountain Ranges. This beautiful property also gives you access to an amazing 1,878,846± acres of public land right out the front door. Sleeping 24 guests, the gorgeous 7240± lodge offers 8 bedrooms, 8 bathrooms, a 6-car garage, and stunning lake and mountain views. The lodge provides a large open great room with multiple sitting and dining areas, and a kitchen equipped with two ovens, a dishwasher, sink, and refrigerators for your large group. The lodge runs off a well and city power with telephone and Wi-Fi capabilities. This unbelievable property allows for a variety of uses and is currently zoned in agriculture use status. Just off the back porch of the lodge is a 10± acre spring-fed lake with 36 acre-feet of water rights and providing excellent pasture for horses or other livestock. Across from the lodge is flat acreage providing camping, parking, and recreational ground. The ranch sits inside Game Management Unit 77. This unit is known for abounding elk herds and is an over-the-counter unit for bull elk, providing elk tags yearly for you to enjoy hunting right out your back door. Only 15 minutes from the ranch, is the town of Pagosa Springs providing many recreational opportunities. From the renowned Pagosa Hot Springs to fine dining, the town provides everything you could need for your enjoyment in Colorado. In the summertime, you can enjoy rafting on the San Juan River and hiking through beautiful mountains. In the winter, you find yourself only 35 minutes from Wolf Creek Ski Resort, one of the best ski mountains in Colorado. Come and see this amazing property with us today!
$999,000  •  363 acres
Located just outside of the small town of Gladstone, New Mexico in UnionCounty, known for having one of the darkest areas in the US, creating spectacular star-gazing opportunities. The 360± acre UteCreek Ranch has everything to offer the outdoorsman in your family from the tugtherapy of bass and native fish in the creek to the animals that are abundantand frequent the ranch. Everywhere you look you find remanence of old historyand heritage from the dinosaur tracks, petroglyphs, ancient rock walls,fossils, teepee circles, flints, and artifacts found everywhere. The 40x60 Muller building, built in 2012, offers approximately 1,000± squarefeet of bunkhouse/living quarters with 1 bedroom, 1 bath, and additional room upstairswith storage and approximately 500 square foot workspace. The ranch has several outbuilding/cabins tohouse guests on the ranch with fiber optic phone & WiFi, new in 2019. Perimeteris fenced (4 acres), including a 2 Parmak solar fence, and the garden andorchard are also fenced. The grounds contain maturefruit trees, grape vines, raspberries, choke cherries, strawberry beds, andasparagus beds. The ranch has two 5,500-gallon water storage tanks connected to aGrundfos solar well pump were installed in January 2020. The well is 150' deepwith static water at 53'. Two 6.5 kWh American-made Outback controllersand two 4500 inverters (expandable) with 24 Helios panels to run the solar wellat different speeds also with a backup propane generator. One 400-watt Primuswind generator for trickle charging batteries and a second line is in place foranother. The ranch Is fully fenced and cross-fenced with pastures and goodgrazing land for a few head of cattle or horses. The ranch accommodates over 3/4 miles of year-round live water on Ute Creek. Two drinker tanks for stock, one close to thebarn one across the creek along with one frost-free spigot halfway down thewest side of the creek. There are three 8x40 shipping containers for storagealong with miscellaneous outbuildings. Landowner permits are available for hunting Game Unit 56. Antelope (partof the ranch is considered an antelope corridor), elk,bear, bobcat, badger, bald eagle, coyote, deer, mountain lion, porcupine,quail, roadrunner, and lots of other wildlife and birds migrate along the creekarea year-round.
$1,999,000  •  74.45 acres
The Nelson Farm is 75.45A± acresof farmland located in Olathe, Colorado. The quiet community of Olathe isfamous for sweet corn and is in the Uncompahgre Valley which is known to be avery productive region where farming and livestock abound. The farm has 66.9 shares of UVWUAirrigation water including upgraded concrete ditches and gated pipe. Otherfeatures include a pond, year-round water, a loafing shed with tack room, achicken coop, a large lawn with full sprinkler system, and a spacious parkingarea. The huge 50'x125' fully insulated red-iron shop offers four 14'x18'overhead insulated doors, loft storage, a half bath, three-phase power, 220power, a wood stove, and a negotiable 2-post car lift. This unique property iscurrently planted in corn and a grass/alfalfa mix. If you don't want tomaintain the field, there are options to lease out the land or the seller wouldconsider a boundary adjustment if a different acreage if preferred. The 5,814A± square foot luxuryhome is a remodeled 50's farmhouse with a huge addition built on in 2005. Bewelcomed into the roomy foyer with a convenient half-bath leading to the largesouthern great room. It's nothing short of stately with a cathedral ceiling, amagnificent floor-to-ceiling stone fireplace, giant windows, stained concretefloors, and access to the large concrete patio area which is great forentertaining. The northern living room boasts more large windows, a tongue &groove ceiling, and a woodstove with a beautiful, stacked stone surround. Fromhere, a locally crafted, Italian metal semi-spiral staircase takes one up tothe 400A± square foot office with hardwood flooring, oak cabinetry, and accessto a balcony overlooking the great room. Back downstairs, the Tuscan-stylekitchen is fit for a culinary master-all stainless with two islands (onefeaturing bar seating and one with a prep sink), a commercial-grade gas rangehoused in a special brick wall, a single and double dishwasher, and a mix ofcanned and hanging lighting. Passing through the laundry room leads to themaster bedroom. Big and cheerful, it accesses the large back patio and containsa bathroom with dual sinks, a glassed-in shower with travertine tile, and a jettedsoaker tub. From there is a hallway with four more bedrooms, a full bath, and athree-quarter bath. Finally, a third living area lies next to the kitchen.You'll have a difficult time deciding where to eat or lounge due to all thechoices! Plus, a large storage room grants welcome space for hiding your extratreasures. The home also offers two air conditioning units and three propanetanks. On the southern edge of the property is an incredible building site withgreat views - you must see the property in person to truly appreciate it. Homeand shop can also be purchased with only 5.5 acres. Schedule your privateviewing today.
$27,000,000  •  6,419 acres
Alta Luna Ranch is encompassed inthe beauty of the ancient Mora Valley, near the unincorporated town of Chacon,New Mexico. This area is steeped inSpanish-American ranching history and many ranches have been owned by familiesfor generations. The Alta Luna (meaningHigh Moon in Spanish) Ranch covers a vast area of approximately 6,419AA±acres. Topography and elevations varythroughout the borders of the ranch. Elevations range from 8,200 feet to 11,000 feet in the northernmountainous regions of its borders. Topographies range from hay meadows, grassymeadows, and high timbered mountains, to valleys of native grasslands. Creating an environment for wildlife andlivestock to thrive on the ranch. The ranch headquarters isimpressive, offering a wide range of improvements. The main home is true to its New Mexicanroots. The impressive two-story adobehome was designed by John Gaw Meem Design firm, often referred to as the fatherof the Santa Fe style architecture. The main home consists of 7 bedrooms, 9bathrooms with tons of Mexican influences throughout, including antique MexicanLa Puerta Doors, high ceilings with Spanish style vigas and corbels, handforged staircase and railing, handmade tiles, and has 5 beautiful fireplacesthroughout. The great room's fireplace mantel is made from a large ponderosastruck by lightning during the construction of the ranch, making for a story totell for generations. All the rockinterior and exterior features come right off the ranch. Even the walls in thehome are exquisite, made with a diamond finish, taking up to 9 months tocomplete. Two guest homes both with 2bedrooms and 2 bathrooms can be found a short walk from the main house, eachdone in a southwestern territorial style. Additional improvements are used to run the ranch, including a custombuilt 11 stall brick floor horse barn, with an office, bathroom, tack, storageareas, and a small barn used to store hay and equipment. Improvements aresupplied by underground utilities and offers a backup generator enclosed in itsown building. The improvements wereplaced to take in the panoramic views of both the valley and surroundingmountain ranges to capture the beautiful scenery and wildlife. The ranch offers many outdoor entertainingspaces for you and your guest to enjoy the surroundings. The ranch acreage has multiplewater sources, including many earthen stock tanks (natural depressions thatcollect rain and runoff), natural spring systems, and 6.7AA± miles of the MoraRiver. Three 10,000-gallon tanks fed by a natural spring with filtration andchlorinating systems in place supply water to the headquarters improvements. Severalponds can be found on the ranch, some stocked with trout for great recreationalfishing. The ranch is in Game ManagementUnit 46. The ranch hosts 800AA± acres of sub-irrigated meadows, which helps attractits large elk populations. Elk herds of 200 plus have been on the ranch, withsightings of 350 class bulls. The Alta Luna Ranch can truly be considered anElk refuge. The New Mexico GameDepartment has issued up to 50 ranch elk permits in the past; however, thecurrent owner has limited the hunting for reasons of game management. Otherspecies such as deer, turkey, bear, and other native wildlife make the ranchtheir home with its abundant protection from various topographies. The ranch isalso bordered on the north by Carson National Forest, which helps with itswildlife migration and offers public hunting. Alta Luna Ranch is near severalhistoric New Mexico towns offering glimpses into some of New Mexico's famouscharacters such as Billy the Kid, Doc Holiday, Big Nose Kate, and WyattEarp. Recreational opportunities alsocan be found outside the ranch's borders in Carson and Santa Fe National Forest,providing skiing, hiking, golf, hunting, and fishing experiences. Cultural,fine dining, shopping, and the arts can be found a short 1-to-2-hourdrive from the ranch in the well-known cities of Santa Fe, and Taos. The Alta Luna Ranch offers you the tranquilbeauty of mountain life with city amenities just a short drive away.
$790,000  •  987 acres
This 987± acres in the high plains of New Mexico is a very diverse piece of ground with everything from pines to pinons, mesas, and mountain views. The Sabinoso 987 Ranch offers an extremely private part of the mountain west, a place where few people venture and private living is an absolute. Located in game management unit 42, encompassing everything from the Mora River to Pecos River. This is a very quiet area in New Mexico, with painted desert canyons, pinons, juniper covers, and varying terrain. Game Unit 42 is known for Mule deer, Antelope, Audad Sheep, and elk. Located within about an hour's drive from Las Vegas, New Mexico, providing shopping and restaurants. Las Vegas, New Mexico is like stepping back in time...a place where "landmarks, legends and lore" come to life in New Mexico's favorite and best-preserved outdoor architectural museums and a national treasure with 5 MainStreet historic districts and over 900 buildings listed on the National Registry of Historic Places.
$529,000  •  661 acres
From timbered canyons to the Sabinoso Mesa, this piece of New Mexico is big views, big terrain, and large living. Sitting just under 6,400' in elevation, the Sabinosos 661 Ranch offers a private getaway in a tranquil area of New Mexico with painted desert canyons, pinons, juniper covers, and varying terrain. Located in game management unit 42, encompassing everything from the Mora River to the Pecos River. This is a tranquil area in New Mexico, with painted desert canyons, pinons, juniper covers, and varying terrain. Game Unit 42 is known for Mule deer, Antelope, Audad Sheep, and elk. Located within about an hour's drive from Las Vegas, New Mexico, providing shopping and restaurants. Las Vegas, New Mexico is like stepping back in time...a place where "landmarks, legends, and lore" come to life in New Mexico's favorite and best-preserved outdoor architectural museums and a national treasure with 5 MainStreet historic districts and over 900 buildings listed on the National Registry of Historic Places.
$386,000  •  483 acres
If you're searching for private mountain property, look no further than the Sabinoso 483 Ranch. With 483± acres of canyons, mesa, and views, this piece of the New Mexico west is the epitome of the term mountain retreat. Located in game management unit 42. Unit 42 is known for Mule deer, Antelope, Audad Sheep, and elk. Located within about an hour's drive from Las Vegas, New Mexico, providing shopping and restaurants. Las Vegas, New Mexico is like stepping back in time...a place where "landmarks, legends, and lore" come to life in New Mexico's favorite and best-preserved outdoor architectural museums and a national treasure with 5 MainStreet historic districts and over 900 buildings listed on the National Registry of Historic Places.
$371,000  •  464 acres
The Sabinoso 464 Ranch is 464± acres backed into thousands of acres of public land, encompassing everything from the Mora River to the Pecos River. This is a very quiet area in New Mexico, with painted desert canyons, pinons, juniper covers, and varying terrain. Located in game management unit 42, The 464± acres of land, backs into 20,000± acres of the Sabinoso Wilderness. This wilderness includes big canyon walls and mesa tops that support grasslands historically known for their expansive cattle ground. Sabinoso Wilderness has elk, deer, and wild turkeys; it is surrounded by private land. Located within about an hour's drive from Las Vegas, New Mexico, providing shopping and restaurants. Las Vegas, New Mexico is like stepping back in time...a place where "landmarks, legends, and lore" come to life in New Mexico's favorite and best-preserved outdoor architectural museums and a national treasure with 5 MainStreet historic districts and over 900 buildings listed on the National Registry of Historic Places.
$2,482,000  •  3,035 acres
This vast piece of property with deep canyons offers you solitude in Northeastern New Mexico. Sabinoso Ranch encompasses 3,035A± acres, with giant Ponderosas and a mixture of Juniper and Pinyon Pines. The ranch's elevation starts at 5,700 feet and expands up to 6,400 feet creating deep crevasses with seasonal creeks and springs. Located in game management unit 42, this Northeastern New Mexico ranch for sale qualifies for landowner tags yearly. The 3,035A± acres of land: locks another 1,500A± acres of state land and another 20,000A± acres in the Sabinoso Wilderness. This wilderness includes big canyon walls and mesa tops that support grasslands historically known for their expansive cattle ground. Sabinoso Wilderness has elk, deer, and wild turkeys; it is surrounded by private land. Located within about an hour's drive from Las Vegas, New Mexico, providing shopping and restaurants. Las Vegas, New Mexico is like stepping back in time...a place where "landmarks, legends, and lore" come to life in New Mexico's favorite and best-preserved outdoor architectural museums and a national treasure with 5 MainStreet historic districts and over 900 buildings listed on the National Registry of Historic Places. The ranch can also be bought in separate parcels, see our website for individual parcel information.
$699,000  •  206 acres
If you're in the market for a great fishing and hunting propertyat an amazing price, look no further than San Juan River Ranch Overlook. Locatednear the San Juan River outside of Pagosa Springs, Colorado, this 206AA± acreproperty is a sportsman's paradise. San JuanRiver Ranch Overlook has been used for years as a great getaway ranch to sit,soak up that beautiful river, and enjoy all its recreational offerings. Thefishing is amazing on the San Juan River and access is only a few miles awayfrom the property. The river holds monster Rainbow and Brown trout, which areplentiful due to the limited public access. The San Juan River begins in Archuleta County,Colorado at theconfluence of its East and West Forks. Both forks originate above elevations of10,000 feet in the eastern San Juan Mountains in the San Juan NationalForest. The river flows southwest through the foothills of the Rocky Mountainsthrough the town of Pagosa Springs and reaches the Navajo LakeReservoir just north of the New Mexico border.The San Juan River is a tributary of the Colorado River. The 206AA± acres are in GMU 771 and are well known for potentialtrophy elk and Mule deer. The ranch holds great habitat for deer and elk, theflat land off the river rolls back into the steep cliffs and open meadows withample water supply. Unit 771 boasts great feed and cover for the growing herdsin the unit. The ranch backs up to 122,000AA± acres of UTE tribal ground.Unit 771 offers over-the-counter elk tags for archery, 2nd, and 3rd seasonrifle permits, and since the ranch consists of over 160 acres, you'd qualifyfor landowner tags. The Ranch currently has no improvementsbut offers beautiful building sites to construct that perfect mountain cabin.The opportunity to create a legacy ranch is here within the borders of the SanJuan River Ranch Overlook. Every morning youcould wake up to the amazing views of the snowcapped peaks and the ripplingriver. San Juan River Ranch Overlook is about 30AA± minutes from PagosaSprings, Colorado. Pagosa Springs offersshopping, restaurants, an airport, a hospital, and its world-famous hotsprings. Wolf Creek Ski Area is located 31AA± miles from Pagosa Springs, offeringsome of the largest snow totals in the state. The wholearea is filled with outdoor activities to enjoy. ="msonormal">
$465,000  •  548 acres
Locatedin Unit 10, these vast 548A± acres are perfectly situated in the center of elkcountry, backing up to a full section of New Mexico state ground on the westand Navajo Nation on the north and south borders. This ranchconsistently draws one highly coveted bull tag a year. The ranch is made up mostly of heavy timber between the juniperand pinyon pines, and out of the north, you'll find a big arroyo that provideswater seasonally. Comes with a unit-wide elk tag. Unit 10is a sleeper in the elk world but consistentlyproves to be a top producer with bulls tipping the scales between 290-340 witha handful of giants that show up. This unit is made upof 28% private ground and sits roughly 4 milesfrom 225,000 acres of Cibola National Forest.You'll be able to overlook the Zuni Mountains rightfrom your property, with the elevation of the ranch starting at 7,100 feet andextending up to 7,500 feet, providing several high-country meadows for thewildlife. Locatedjust outside of Ramah, New Mexico that was established in 1876 to minister tothe Zuni and Navajo communities. Ramah is more of a high desert that is adestination for all types of outdoor enthusiasts from hunters, hikers, rockclimbers, and bicyclists. Call today for a qualified showing.
$9,999,000  •  4,238 acres
TellurideMountain View Ranch is comprised of 4,238A± deeded acres overlooking theUncompahgre National Forest. Located just south of Norwood, Colorado, this richpiece of property has so much to offer for the outdoor enthusiast, fromhunting, hiking, fishing or just taking in the outstanding scenery. Theflat-top mountains provide for the most breathtaking views, you can see LoneCone, the San Juan's, and the ski runs up at Telluride all from the ranch. TellurideMountain View Ranch currently holds a 2,203A± acre State Recreational lease anda landlocked 640A± acre State Ag lease. Leases do not run with the property but can be applied for by thebuyers.* Sections of the ranchare under conservation easement, for future generations to enjoy, that will runwith the ranch. The ranch has 9 ponds and 9 thousand feet of canal systemproviding numerous water sources. Underground power borders the ranch and year-round access, making fordevelopment opportunities. Telluride Mountain View Ranch is within 1 mile ofMiramonte Reservoir, and 300 thousand acres of public land borders the ranch,giving you access to tons more of recreational opportunities. Locatedin Unit 70 the ranch holds abundant elk herds with moderate climates for greatwildlife survival throughout the winters. Every year you can expect to havenumerous opportunities at 6x6 bulls. The Unit offers over-the-counter elk tags,and the ranch historically gets 6 landowner deer tags a year. Unit 70 isapproximately 966A± acres, with 30% being privately owned. The ranch's highcountry provides lush grasses, and the ranch is full of oak brush that producesacorns that lure animals from afar, creating excellent hunting ground. * This transaction may also include theassignment of a 2,843 acre agricultural/recreational lease with the ColoradoState Board of Land Commissioners. Seller is not authorized to assign the leasewithout the review and approval of the proposed assignment by the State LandBoard; approval may be withheld in the State Land Board's sole discretion.Should a buyer wish to procure the lease, seller agrees to submit the necessarypaperwork to the State Land Board to begin the lease assignment review process.
$240,000  •  160 acres
Mesa Verde 160 is comprised of 160+/- deeded acres located on the backside of Mesa Verde National Park. This 160-acre parcel backs up to 4700+/- acres of landlocked BLM with very limited access by other private landholders surrounding it. This ranch offers great access to some of the best mule deer hunting in the state. Mesa Verde 160 is big enough to receive landowner tags yearly and over-the-counter Elk tags. Located in unit 73 which is now for producing some of the biggest mule deer in the west tipping the scale at over 200", also a short drive to Cortez for all your amenities. Call us for more info.
$480,000  •  320 acres
Mesa Verde 320 is comprised of 320+/- acres located right off of the foothills of Mesa Verde National Park, this great piece of property gives you access to 4700+/- acres of Landlocked BLM with very limited access unless you own a private piece surrounding the public ground. This area is well known for producing giant mule deer that come off of Mesa Verde National Park as the season progress. Located in unit 73 this property would qualify for the LPP program and receive landowner tags yearly, Elk tags are over the counter for unit 73. This property would make for a great escape property where are you can enjoy God's creation and be in Cortez within minutes to provide you all of your amenities. Call us for more info on this great piece of property.
$920,000  •  920 acres
Mesa Verde encompasses 920+/- deeded acres and gives you great access to 4700+/- BLM landlocked acres with minimal access. For the size and price point, Mesa Verde offers avid outdoors enthusiasts hunting opportunities like no other ranch on the market today. Mesa Verde is known for producing some of the biggest mule deer in Western Colorado and if you want proof just ask the locals. The ranch is ideally located in southwest Colorado. The ranch has several sources of water, such as seasonal ponds. The property boasts prime deer habitat as the giants make their way off of the National Park as the season progress. With minimal public ground access, relatively mild winters, excellent genetics, good feed, and water sources, it is no wonder why there are so many trophy caliber animals in the immediate area from the beginning of archery season through the last rifle season. There is an excellent mix of cover, meadows, topography, and water sources, which makes this property the perfect sanctuary for wildlife. Located in Game Management Unit 73, which is renowned for big elk and mule deer, the ranch qualifies for the LPP (landowner preference program) for mule deer vouchers, it has several OTC (over-the-counter) options for elk licenses too. Mesa Verde is one of the best mule deer hunting properties in the state. The ranch consists of mountainous land that spans from the valley floor and climbs up to nearly bordering Mesa Verde National Park. Unit 73 is a mecca for giant elk and Mule Deer, with the agriculture and high-country ground being the hub for growing those giant antlers. With easy access to Cortez for all its amenities, Mesa Verde checks all the boxes.
$2,899,000  •  2,042 acres
Mesa Verde Ranch encompasses 7,217+/- acres; 2,042+/- deeded acres, 4,700+/- BLM leased acres, and 475+/- state leased acres*. For the size and price point, Mesa Verde Ranch offers the avid outdoors enthusiast hunting opportunities like no other ranch on the market today. The ranch is ideally located in Southwest Colorado. The ranch has several sources of water, such as seasonal ponds. The property boasts prime deer, elk, and bear habitat. With minimal public ground, relatively mild winters, excellent genetics, good feed, and water sources, it is no wonder why there are so many trophy caliber animals in the immediate area. The Southwest Colorado elk hunting ranch offers potential income in areas of grazing leases, hunting leases, and conservation. Mesa Verde Ranch offers excellent hunting opportunities for deer, elk, turkey, and bear from the beginning of archery season through the last rifle season. There is an excellent mix of cover, meadows, topography, and water sources, which makes this property the perfect sanctuary for wildlife. Located in Game Management Unit 73, which is renowned for big elk and mule deer, the ranch qualifies for the LPP (landowner preference program) for mule deer vouchers, it has several OTC (over-the-counter) options for elk licenses too. Mesa Verde Ranch is one of the best mule deer hunting properties in the state, every year as fall and winter sets in it pushes these giant monarchs out of the national park right through the property. The ranch consists of mountainous land that spans from the valley floor and climbs up to nearly bordering Mesa Verde National Park. The massive landscape blocks public access to 4,700+/- more acres of public hunting, where only two other ranches can access it. Mesa Verde National Park grows giants with over 53,000 acres of no hunting pressure, which has the perfect habitat to grow those monster muleys. Unit 73 is a mecca for giant elk and Mule Deer, with the agriculture and high-country ground being the hub for growing those giant antlers. With easy access to Cortez for all its amenities, Mesa Verde Ranch checks all the boxes. Contact M4 Ranch Group today to learn more about this Southwest Colorado elk hunting ranch. * This transaction mayalso include the assignment of a 475 acres state leased land with the ColoradoState Board of Land Commissioners. Seller is not authorized to assign the leasewithout the review and approval of the proposed assignment by the State LandBoard; approval may be withheld in the State Land Board's sole discretion.Should a buyer wish to procure the lease, the seller agrees to submit thenecessary paperwork to the State Land Board to begin the lease assignmentreview process. Mesa Verde Ranch can be divided up into 160 acre parcels for $240,000, 320 acre parcels for $480,000, and a 920 acre parcel for $920,000.
M4 Ranch Group
M4 Ranch Group
Seth Craft
Seth Craft

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