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$1,900,000  •  3,550 acres
- 3,550 acres (630 deeded) - Two creeks, large springs, ponds, & irrigated land - Trophy elk, mule deer, bear, & turkey hunting - Well-kept owner's home, historic ranch house, barn, corals, & outbuildings - Year-round access, end-of-the-road privacy, & direct access to remote public land
$4,165,000  •  1,145 acres
Starvation Peak Ranch is one of the truly distinct properties that has accomplished the merging of history gone by with the modern west. Silence, solitude and inspiration exist in all directions on this 1,145 acre northern New Mexico luxury ranch. Every aspect has been thoughtfully placed and masterfully crafted. The most prominent and unique focal point of the ranch, and surrounding area, is Starvation Peak, rising above the historic Santa Fe Trail and Old Route 66 Highway at the town of Bernal. Over 40-square miles of Santa Fe National Forest lands directly adjoin the ranch on the east and south boundaries. The lands near Starvation Peak are steeped in Native American history with evidence of the various civilizations extending back an estimated 9,000 years by an area archaeologist that has visited the ranch and analyzed surrounding area artifacts.The ranch is centrally located a short distance south of Interstate 25 with approximate travel times as follows:20-minutes to Las Vegas (historic western city)45-minutes to Santa Fe (State capital, arts and cultural district)90-minutes to Albuquerque (major metropolitan area & International Airport)90 -minutes to Taos (ski resort, shopping and art studios)120-minutes to Abiquiu (Abiquiu Lake, Georgia O'Keefe Home and Studio, Public Recreation Lands)Santa Fe is oldest State capital in the United States having been founded in 1610. Primary attractions include the Santa Fe Plaza National Historic Landmark, the Canyon Road art and shopping district, Santa Fe Opera, Museum of International Folk Art and the New Mexico History Museum. The Santa Fe Regional Airport provides commercial air service with daily non-stop flights to Denver, Dallas and Phoenix.IMPROVEMENTSAttention to detail is readily apparent in all aspects of construction with the end-result providing one of the finest examples of Historic Northern New Mexico style architecture in all of the Southwest. Each structure was custom planned and constructed down to the finite feature in exhibiting complimentary combinations of adobe, mud, plaster, stone, ornate tile and reclaimed wood with energy-efficiency in mind. Finishes include custom milled cabinetry, doors, windows and shelving, tile and wood floors, smooth plaster and rustic rock walls, reclaimed barn wood beams and ceilings. All interior and exterior fixtures, hardware and other decorative items have been carefully matched to the era. Main Home: The main home was positioned to maximize both southern sunlight exposure and views of Starvation Peak from the large picture windows along the rear elevation. The single-story structure totals for 5,317 square feet and features a (3) bedroom, (3.5) bathroom floor plan. The kitchen includes custom designed cabinetry, a large rustic wood-slab center island, tile and solid surface counter tops, walk-in pantry and (2) sinks. A formal dining area and indoor chimenea style fireplace for indoor cookouts are also positioned just off-of the kitchen. The spacious master bedroom and bath are contained on the western end of the home along with a private office and half bath. A large fireplace serves as the centerpiece of the family room in the central portion of the home. Casitas: In addition to the main residence, there are (2) guest casitas of 868 and 606 square feet. Each consist of a one-bedroom, one bath design with equally unique design and finish characteristics to that of the main home.Garage/Workshop: The workshop portion of the larger building is fully finished and contains enclosed storage rooms along with a three-quarter bath. Features include many of the custom details found in the residential structures, which would allow for potential conversion to additional living space if desired. The garage area consists of (3) oversized bays that will accommodate the storage of vehicles and ranch equipment.Grounds: A series of stone-lined pathways traverse through the building compound along with an extensive irrigation system servicing the native vegetation and flowerbeds.LAND: The ranch is comprised of two tracts combining for 1,145-acres (+/-) and reside at elevations ranging from 6,200 to 6,600 feet. Topography throughout the property consists of level valley and mesa top meadows, treed arroyos and rimrock lined canyons. Internal roads extend throughout the ranch and connect with gated access to Santa Fe National Forest Lands bordering the property on the east and south. Primary wildlife inhabitants include various species of birds, deer, antelope, turkey, black bear and mountain lion.*Additional land is available for purchase immediately adjoining the deeded parcels.Utilities: Thoughtful consideration was utilized in the extension of all utilities to the improvement compound. Water is provided by (2) wells that maintain (3) 10,000-gallon storage tanks with up to a 15 gallon per minute delivery rate. The water lines servicing the existing structures are readily expandable in allowing for the construction of additional improvements. A combination of below ground electricity, solar arrays and propane power the property along with a 65kw generator for redundant back-up. Fiber optic service is in-place and can provide up to 100 mb of connectivity. The sustainable and efficient construction materials, along with 300-days of sunshine, serve to limit utility usage.Starvation Peak Ranch is equally ideal for use as a private hideaway, corporate retreat or for further expansion to fit anyone's blueprint. The property could easily accommodate helicopter access. The cost to replicate this exclusive property far exceeds the list price and will transfer fully furnished with minimal seller exclusions. Contact Brent Hedrick for additional information and to schedule a private tour. Buyer qualified showings require 72-hour notice.
$350,000  •  640 acres
Secluded Sportsman's Paradise - MAAD Ranch at Trementia, NM - $350,000 for 640 acres!640 acres of end-of-the-road secluded and private paradise. Allows year-round hunting with landowner elk tags, mule deer, bear and a good supply of jumbo wild hogs......The MAAD Ranch is located about an hour south of Las Vegas, New Mexico, off of Highway 104, just north of the little town of Trementina. This incredible buy is an old homestead. The end-of-the-road seclusion and a well on the property is what this sportsman's paradise is all about, especially at this price! There's access via a recorded easement approximately 1 mile through a private ranch to this secluded hideaway, bordering the 25,000 acre Sabinoso Wilderness Area. Game includes landowner elk tags, mule deer, bear, lion and some really big wild hogs. Pinions and junipers accent this land holding, with a canyon and mesa. The ranch has a windmill, best suited to solar, but definitely a proven water producer, and a few dirt tanks that hold run-off most of the year and game tracks in every direction. Located in the heart of San Miguel County, this 640-acres qualifies for landowner tags and has numerous locations for some additional game management tools such as food plots and improved water. The ranch needs some fence work, access road needs a blade, and windmill servicing but at this price, who's complaining? No power, but ideal for a solar cabin or RV...Views in 360 directions, with lots of game. This secluded sportsman's paradise is best accessed with a side-by-side ATV or jeep. Call today as this one won't last long!Co Brokers Welcome.Note: In order to confirm a showing, financial verification is required. Thank you.
$763,000  •  603 acres
San Miguel RangeWith Utah quality bull and buck tags taking up to 20+ years to draw, and some units in Colorado approaching up 18 years, perhaps its time to put your hunting dollars to work instead of vice versa!!!Located on the border of Dolores County and San Miguel County in Southwest Colorado, just moments from the Utah state line, the San Miguel Range (+/- 603 acres) is the duel purpose working farm production ground and consummate elk and mule deer habitat that you've been looking for. Have you ever considered investing in your own income producing farm ground and calling your big game tags your dividend each year? Not much different than the dual purpose ground that Midwest whitetail hunters have been investing in and watching escalate in value for years. The Dove Creek area of Southwest Colorado is a checkerboard of large agriculture areas producing wheat, dry beans, alfalfa, oats, mixed with pinion/juniper, Ponderosas, gamble oaks, mountain mahogany and sage thus producing world-class elk and record-book mule deer. With ever escalating preference points required to draw quality unit mule deer tags, a significant amount of discriminating hunters are investing to own their own private farms with over-the-counter elk tags and private landowner buck tags. The property has an early 19th century abandoned homestead with some gorgeous seasoned timber and power making for an excellent cabin, motorhome or travel trailer location.The retiring farming family, who has owned it for many years, verifies excellent game habitat, both resident and especially migratory populations. A large population of the Southwest elk population migrate through this property and elk have been documented on the Range up to 350+ bucks in excess of 200. For bow hunters, elk and mule deer both enjoy the year-round spring fed waterhole, and monsoon dirt tanks compliment the agricultural ground on the Range. Numerous pockets are ideal for additional food plots. This property also qualifies for National Conservation Resource Service grants and CRP enrollment, should one wish to apply. Absentee ownership is very favorable with local farmers available to lease the farm rights and caretake the property, keeping an eye on your investment. The San Miguel Range has great access to Phoenix, Salt Lake City, Las Vegas, and the nearby city of Cortez (35 minutes) provides for commercial air access. Moab, Utah and Mesa Verde National Park are nearby and world class skiing is available in Telluride. Millions of acres of the San Juan National forest are moments away with the Dolores River and McPhee Reservoir providing for some great fishing.Less than a mile away, the Dolores County Line 270 Ranch would make an excellent alternative or addition to the San Miguel Range. Pricing is negotiable if both parcels are sold together.With farm ground prices escalating and hunting tags getting harder and harder to acquire, it's time for you to look for an alternative.Call Greg Liddle today for more information and a qualified showing. Co brokers welcome. Note: In order to confirm a showing, financial verification is required. Thank you.
$2,200,000  •  383 acres
Whether your interest lies in horses, trout fishing, birding or even golf, the recreation-rich Thunder Ranch in northern New Mexico is a mountain retreat tailored to the passions of your life. Tucked away in a quiet valley not far from both Taos and Santa Fe, Thunder Ranch boasts a mild climate, mountain grandeur and excellent year-round access.
$230,000  •  338 acres
Wonderful 338 Acres of rolling grassland with spectacular panoramic views of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, our beloved Hermit's Peak and the City of Las Vegas sprawled below makes for the perfect horse ranch, conveniently located just 3.5 miles from town. There is a well on this property and easy access to electric. Acreage consists of two separate parcels being sold together. One is approximately 160 acres and the other 178 acres. Each parcel has 1/2 mile +/- of frontage on State Road 104. Convenient access to I-25 and Santa Fe and Albuquerque.
$749,000  •  200 acres
Beautiful log home on 200 acres of rolling grassland with spectacular panoramic views of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains and the City of Las Vegas sprawled below. Vaulted ceilings, wall of windows, lovely tile throughout, wood carved column, skylights, solid wood doors and open floor plan bring elegance to the spacious living room with stone fireplace, dining room, gourmet kitchen with lovely hickory cabinets and brand-new appliances, huge pantry, large sun room and office. Great for entertaining. Two guest bedrooms, two and- a-half baths, spacious master suite with jetted tub, separate shower and walk-in closet provide serene comfort. Oversized two-bay attached garage has plenty of room for even a studio space. Covered and open patios perfect to enjoy the views. There is comfort for the horses in the fully equipped 16-stall barn with plenty of feed storage and half-bath, and of course the divided pastures. This horse ranch is conveniently located just 3.5 miles east of town, with easy access to I-25. Additional acreage is also available.
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$367,500  •  140 acres
$407,500
This property has fabulous Mountain and Canyon views, and close views of nearby Hermits Peak. It would be highly suitable for an off grid home, compound, hunting lodge, or retreat. There is electricity available at the corner of the property at the road leading in. There are hunting and fishing opportunities in the beautiful Gallinas Canyon as well as superb herds of Wildlife on the 140 acre property.
$449,000  •  76.6 acres
Located in Montezuma County, Southwestern Colorado, +/- 7 miles from the Utah border, discover the super-hidden water heaven of McClellan Lakes. With no known comparison to this hidden +/- 77-acre paradise, don't wait to call on this one. At the head of Hovenweep Canyon, bordering thousands of acres of BLM all the way to the Utah border, this end-of-the-road paradise is secluded beyond belief. Water rights (40-acre-feet of the Dolores Water Conservancy) is the basis for this incredible multiuse property, serving both the irrigated production fields and the lakes. Two cabins are right on the water, with catfish, bass and bluegills within a short cast. Mule deer and elk feed in the yard year-round, with some of the nation's largest mule deer coming from this immediate area. Over-the-counter elk tags are available and this property is equally good early archery as well late rifle. With 2 cozy cabins, 2 lakes (+/- a couple acres each), documented over 20 ft. deep, and +/-23 acres of side roll irrigated hay production, the ranch not only produces income but has a nearby caretaker and hay cutter available as well. The property is but a quarter mile to power, but currently operated off grid with a generator. The ranch is an ideal candidate for solar, or one can hook to power. Buyer's option. McClellan Lakes is a longtime family retreat that one of the Southwest's best pond builders found and built to the max many years ago for their family get-togethers. There is nothing like it on the market. It would make for an ideal horse retreat with thousands of adjacent acres of BLM and it's within an easy days drive of Phoenix, Salt Lake City or Las Vegas, all states that can take half a lifetime to draw an elk tag. Properties with McClellan Lakes many features, water and recreational value just don't exist today, and it's priced to sell. Call or email today for additional information. Qualified showings available and seller open to contract based on inspection. Co brokers welcome. Note: In order to confirm a showing, financial verification is required. Thank you.
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$689,900  •  10 acres
$998,000
HUGE PRICE REDUCTION!!!
$250,000  •  10 acres
Under Contract
Beautiful 10 acre parcel with power on property located in majestic Duck Creek Basin, NEVADA. Stunning 360 degree views with spring fed creek running through property. Land has been cleared and is pasture or building ready. Adjacent to 10 acre parcel with beautiful custom main home and guest home. See property id # I52231. (please note: first character is capital letter I ) This parcel 4 can be sold only when there is a successful close of escrow of adjacent 10 acre parcel in order to give buyer first chance to purchase this adjoining vacant land. The property is surrounded by BLM, Forest Service and wilderness areas with abundant wildlife, trophy bull elk and mule deer. It is located 25 miles NE of Ely, Nevada; 4 hours from Las Vegas, Nevada; 3 hours from Salt Lake City, Utah.