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$25,000,000  •  16,309 acres
Broken Butt Ranch New Mexico: Never before offered on the market, the Broken Butt Ranch in northern New Mexico easily qualifies as one of the largest remaining elk-rich mountain ranches in the state. The ranch’s 16,309 deeded acres lie squarely in the path of a major elk migration route between the high San Juan Mountains and the wintering grounds of New Mexico, and guarantees a healthy population of animals during hunting season. With impressive size, superb habitat and excellent year-round access, Broken Butt Ranch has an unexaggerated potential as a big game hunting property of national significance.
$4,575,000  •  3,532 acres
- 3,532 deeded acres - Several miles of Nutrias Creek & 15 ponds - Water rights to irrigate 195+/- acres & several hundred acres of improved pasture - Excellent hunting with annual elk & deer tags - Well-kept home, storage barn, & historic buildings - Located 35 miles south of the Colorado border between Chama & Santa Fe
$7,190,000  •  3,359 acres
Owned by the same family since 1957, the 3,359±deeded acre High Timber Ranch is located outside of Chama, New Mexico in the San Juan Mountain Range. This diverse holding sits 11 miles east of the community of Tierra Amarilla and combines premium land and numerous water resources with big views and quality improvements. Ownership here is enjoyable and uncomplicated by design. Expansive and beautiful, the property rises from a cottonwood-lined trout stream to broad benches and mountain slopes with a mosaic of open parks, meadows, ponds, aspen groves, and vast stands of blue spruce and Douglas fir. This outstanding habitat is home to large populations of elk, mule deer, Merriam’s turkey, black bear, grouse, and a host of songbirds, raptors, and other small wildlife. Native cutthroat trout inhabit the 3.5 miles of Rito de Tierra Amarilla that courses through the property as well as 2 miles of a tributary stream. Sited in New Mexico’s famed Game Unit (GMU) 4 and enrolled in the Private Land Elk License (E-Plus) program, the ranch received 10 rifle bull elk, 6 either-sex archery, and 9 cow elk authorizations from the state for the 2019 season. Private land only deer licenses are also easily obtainable by utilizing the ranch’s designated authorization code and applying through an application process. In addition to its hunting and angling, the property is well-suited for limitless recreational activities including horseback riding, hiking, ATVing, snowmobiling, and cross country skiing. High Timber is well-grassed with mountain brome, native bluestem, as well as some timothy and clovers. Ownership balances livestock grazing with the needs of wildlife and conservatively stocks the ranch with up to 120 cow/calf pair or 600 yearlings during the summer season. The property is perimeter fenced with lay-down fencing and internally fenced into two primary pastures with two smaller traps. Shipping pens are well-located near the entrance. This outstanding ranch is tastefully complemented with an attractive off-grid log owner’s cabin and smaller guest cabin. Year-round access is via paved highway and a series of private internal roads and trails provide access throughout the property. Offered in cooperation with David Dougherty of Dougherty Real Estate CO, LLC The Facts ~ Beautiful 3,359± deeded acre mountain holding in Rio Arriba County ~ Mountain and valley floor views ~ Year-round paved access via US Highway 64 ~ Two cabins. Contemporary off-grid log owner’s cabin: 1,600± square foot, two bedroom, two bath with large kitchen and living area; guest cabin: 500± square foot, two bedroom and one bath. ~ 3.5 miles frontage on Rito de Tierra Amarilla with cutthroat trout ~ 2 miles frontage on tributary stream with additional ephemeral creek ~ Numerous springs and ponds ~ Excellent elk and mule deer hunting with generous landowner hunting authorizations ~ Conservatively stocked with 120± cow/calf pair or 600 yearlings ~ Perimeter lay-down fencing, two large pastures and two smaller traps plus shipping pens ~ Cattle and hunting leases in place with reputable tenants ~ 11 paved miles east of Highway 84 and the community of Tierra Amarilla ~ 25 paved miles south and east from the town of Chama ~ 60 miles/1-hour drive west of Taos and Taos Regional Airport ~ 72 miles/1 hour and 20-minute drive south of Pagosa Springs, Colorado and FBO at Stevens Field Airport ~ 112 miles/2-hour drive north of Santa Fe and Santa Fe Regional Airport ~ 132 miles/2 hour and 30 minute-drive south of Durango, Colorado and commercial air service at the Durango – La Plata County Airport ~ 165 miles/3-hour drive north of Albuquerque and Albuquerque International Sunport Airport ~ Unencumbered by conservation easements Owned by the same family since 1957
$2,750,000  •  2,680 acres
Ekko Ranch, Rio Arriba County, New MexicoThe +/- 2200 deeded acres (+/- 480 acres State Lease) totaling 2680 acres of the Ekko Ranch represents one the most historic hunting and working properties between Denver and Phoenix. Located approximately 12 miles west of Cebolla New Mexico and Hwy. 84, the Ekko Ranch has historically received +/- 14 elk tags annually and Unit 51 allows unlimited landowner deer tags. The ranch is located in the very coveted BGU 51, one of the most coveted units known for high elk success rates and the number one county for producing Boone & Crockett Mule Deer in the country. The ranch tags may be owner's choice, designated for Unit-Wide to take advantage of the Wilderness, National Forest or BLM surrounding the ranch on 3 sides, or Ranch-Only to take advantage of the incredible habitat and location the ranch offers. This end-of-the-road, secluded ranch borders the intersection of the Carson National Forest and the Chama Wilderness Reserve. You can grab a fly rod and hike out the back gate straight into the Chama River Canyon for miles and miles. The vintage historic ranch house is hidden away and tucked a half-mile into the absolutely gorgeous Rio Cebolla River Canyon that winds through the middle of the ranch. This 3000 sq. ft. home, +/- 80-years-old, overlooks the river by 25-yards. While quite original and certainly in need of modernizing and a makeover, this home is very sound, and used today by the current ranch manager/caretaker. The home features power, phone, water and internet as well as hand-hewn rafters. The home has 4 bedrooms and 2 baths and is part museum and part working ranch house. The ranch home is being conveyed as is/where is. Complementing the headquarters home is a tool shed and outbuilding. The Rio Cebolla Canyon continues on for +/- 2 miles on the ranch, teeing into the Chama River Wilderness. Water everywhere - With two wells on deeded acreage and one well on the leased acreage, complimented by water lines and drinkers, the ranch is well watered, historically carrying +/- 75 pair year-round. Live creeks and 40+ springs are located on this ranch. With vistas for dozens of miles, altitude from 6600' to 7200', the ranch features large meadows (some cleared for planting), sage flats, oak, pinion, juniper and large stands of ponderosa pines. Pick-up or side-by-side trails provide for excellent access throughout the ranch. Ekko Ranch is a very unique holding with only a couple owners over the last +/- 100 years. These types of properties bordering on thousands of acres of hard-to-access public lands are getting more difficult to find and even harder to acquire. (On a personal note, this broker was fortunate to lease the adjacent property to take my 80-year- old father hunting for a few years and we were very successful with many nice 6x6s harvested. There aren't too many ranches where one can hunt easily with an 80-year-old.) With oil going over $65 per barrel and some projections having it over $100 per barrel by summer, I don't see this ranch being on the market for very long. Fly Rod, Merriams turkeys, elk, mule deer, lion or bear, endless recreation, land investment and a working cattle ranch - just name your passion as Ekko Ranch provides it all. Because the ranch has agricultural status the taxes are below $1500 annually.For additional info and a qualified showing, call or email Greg Liddle today. Co brokers welcome. Note: In order to confirm a showing, financial verification is required. Thank you.
$4,780,000  •  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. The property currently has two small stock ponds and countless other springs that could be utilized. There are two small streams on the property that are full of brook trout. It is only a short ride toward Chama to run into the Rio Brazos River that has beautiful scenery and big rainbow trout. This river is on the neighbors ranch to the west and can be accessed with the owners permission.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.
$3,164,000  •  2,038 acres
Old Highway Trophy Mule Deer and Elk Ranch+/-2038 deeded acres bordering the Jicarilla Apache ReservationWith 2+ miles of shared border with the +/- 900,000 acres of the World Famous Mule Deer Mecca of the Jicarilla Apache Reservation, the Old Highway Ranch is difficult to duplicate for the consummate trophy mule deer aficionado! Tired of chasing tags? Can't live with over $20,000 for a Jicarilla buck draw tag or $80,000 + for a Jicarilla auction mule deer tag? Perhaps this is the hunting land investment for you? Rio Arriba County has produced more B&C Mule Deer than any other county in the United States since 1960 and the Old Highway Trophy Mule Deer and Elk Ranch, consisting of +/-2038 deeded acres, borders the Jicarilla Apache Reservation, which is +/-900,000 acres of the best managed mule deer in North America. Last year, 120+ applicants applied for 7 draw tags at a price of over $20,000 per tag, with the Jicarilla Bucks averaging +/- 205 inches. Is this the hunting property that you've waited for your whole life? Non-tribal tags go for +/- $20,000 (only 7 a year on the Jicarilla and the annual mule deer auction tags that average $80,000-$90,000 per year). Bucks in the 240 class have been documented and harvested in this immediate area. The ranch features year round county road access, power, cell phone coverage and an easy 2.5 hour drive from Albuquerque International Airport and/or Durango Colorado, 90 minutes to Farmington Regional Airport and just 15 minutes to Cuba, New Mexico and the best enchiladas you can imagine!Located in both Rio Arriba County and Sandoval County, and Big Game Units 6A and 5A, Eastman's Outdoor Journal says it's to be one of the nations best trophy mule deer units. Unit 6A provides for unlimited landowner mule deer tags and Unit 5A allots 1-2 tags annually. And, in addition to normal 6A and 5A tags, the ranch qualifies for enrollment into the New Mexico Landowner Deer Incentive Tag Program that incentivizes the landowner with 2 late season buck tags each year as a reward for good land stewardship. (Check Regulations.) The ranch features 2 archery elk and 2 to 4 rifle mature bull tags annually, with cow elk tags as well. Fenced and gated, the ranch has 6 water holes, 4 food plots and comes with a drive-in metal building, a custom indoor cleaning rack and a walk-in cold room, allowing for excellent game meat and trophy head preservation. In addition the ranch includes 10 brand new game feeders and 6 brand new Dillion tower blinds. The bull elk are noted for being over 300+ with an occasional monster taken over 350 in the area. The Ranch consists of big mesa views, Pinion and Juniper islands, waterholes and sage meadows interspersed with food plots. Improvements include a comfortable and completely furnished, but not overbuilt, 2015 modular home with 3 bedrooms, 2 baths complete with front and back decks, a bonus refrigerator and a freezer. The barn, corrals and property are completely fenced and there's paved access. The ranch features not only city water but also a new well that was drilled in 2018. All tags are available for the 2020 season. Due to family health issues the owner has not been able to visit the ranch in two years and said "sell it for what I have in it"! With consistent trophy mule deer producing properties almost impossible to find, and tags taking up to 20 years to draw, Old Highway Trophy Mule Deer and Elk Ranch is not expected to be on the market long so call or email today for more information and your qualified showing. Co brokers welcome and contracts contingent upon inspection welcome!
$8,950,000  •  1,937 acres
- 1,937 deeded acres - Excellent hunting, equestrian, or family ranch - Several springs, ponds, & Tierra Amarilla Creek - Excellent hunting with annual elk & deer tags - Improvement include: owners home, guest house, barn, carriage house, & more - Located between Chama & Santa Fe
$4,950,000  •  518 acres
Learn more here http://www.harriganland.com/property/canones-creek-ranch-new-mexico/ - 518 acres on the Chama River - 1.25 miles of both sides of the Chama River - Two trout filled ponds - Water rights capable of irrigating over 300 acres - Ranch home, apartment, & historic barn - Abundant elk, mule deer, & turkey Dont tell a soul, but one of New Mexico's best trout fishing secrets lies in the heart of the Chama Valley between Santa Fe and Pagosa Springs, Colorado. Caones Creek Ranch brims with trout fishing possibilities in five lunker-filled ponds and 1.25 miles of the productive Chama River. Including the amenities of two homes and superb year-round access, this may be the finest New Mexico fishing property on the market today.
$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.
$799,000  •  147.9 acres
Carracas Canyon Trophy Mule Deer ParadiseRio Arriba County, New Mexico +/- 148 Acres This +/- 148 acre Carson Forest inholding is one of the very, very few private inholdings with vehicle access into New Mexico's world renown Unit 2B, controlling the only access for 25 miles. Unit 2B is considered one of the nation's very best trophy mule deer units. While smaller (and more affordable) than larger ranches, it hunts like thousands because of the water and limited access into Carracas Canyon. I found 3 arrowheads in as many minutes, evidently not the first to hunt here. This exclusive across-the-bridge, end-of-the-road ranch with large pond, 2 wells, a cabin and a farm home, is the trophy hunting paradise that you've been looking for. It pulls +/- 3 to 5 landowner mule deer tags annually and 1 elk tag. Your family and friends are going to enjoy the security of having your own hunting and fishing paradise for generations to come. 29-mile long Navajo Lake & Navajo Lake State Park (4 miles away) are included in Colorado hunting seasons (Colorado state line is 100 yds.) with the closest towns being Pagosa Springs and Durango (50 miles). These Colorado units are over the counter for elk tags. So if you're looking for land investment, recreational getaway, hunting & fishing paradise, dream home or AIRBNB/VRBO, the options are endless but the opportunity is not. While this property has not had any game management in place, but producing world class mule deer year in and out, the growth opportunity is beyond comprehension! With some minimum water source improvement, fencing, food plots and some TLC, Carracas Canyon Paradise could be one of the nations premier trophy mule deer properties. Private properties in coveted New Mexico BGU 2B within a mile of the Jicarilla Apache Reservation (some of the best managed trophy mule deer and elk hunting in the country) are virtually impossible to come by, so call today as this one won't last long. It hunts like properties priced in the millions of dollars. Call or email today for more information or a qualified showing. Co-brokers welcome! Note: In order to confirm a showing, financial verification is required. Thank you.
$2,200,000  •  27 acres
Rio Chama RV Park & Campground for Sale on Chama River NM The Rio Chama RV Park has been in continuous operation for over 35 years and includes developed full hook-up sites as well as tent sites.  The Rio Chama RV Park is situated along the Chama River and features 80 RV sites with 65 of those being full hook-ups and 20 of them being on the Chama Riverbank.  Of the 27 acres, only 17 of it is currently developed so there is room for expansion.  The park has appoximately 1500 feet of Highway 17 frontage, as well as, approximately 2000 feet of Chama River Frontage.  For the train enthusiast, the Cumbres and Toltec Scenic Railroad runs through the park for about 800 feet and over the Chama River across the bridge.   Private Water System Village Sewer System Public Electricity Bath Houses Office Shop Building with Amenities The owner will consider owner financing with substantial down payment and approved terms and credit. This is a one of a kind property located near downtown Chama, NM on the Chama River. Listing ID: 30014-38370