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$1,975,000  •  2,332 acres
Formerly a USDA Ranger Station (the government built exceedingly solid structures), the Barn and guesthouse were workshops and feed storage with stables.The Red Rock Ranch is located at the southern end of the San Mateo Mountains and is blessed with mountain water sources. The +/- 2353 deeded acres in Sierra County, NM has awe-inspiring views of Vicks Peak to the North.As you approach the ranch from I-25, via Red Rock Road (139), you experience the entrance to a special area high above the valley floor. The ranch sits above the historic town of Monticello, with elevations ranging from 5300 to 6000 feet. The international airport in Albuquerque, New Mexico is two hours north with El Paso, Texas is just 1 1/2 hours south.The main ranch headquarters consists of the main house (4400 sq. ft.), office building, guesthouse (600 sq. ft.), the two-story Barn Residence (1200 sq. ft.), three bay workshop metal garage and an attached shop to the covered stalls. The Barn Residence is a completely restored historic horse and grain area, which was meticulously converted to a residence. All homes, along with shops, pool area and out-buildings have been maintained in top working order. With continued maintenance, newly painted and renovated living quarters and up-to-date mechanical systems, the new owner will enjoy maintenance at a minimum.The main house has a master suite (en suite bathroom & dressing room) with 3 additional bedrooms, 1 1/2 bathrooms, drawing room, large enclosed porch, laundry room and library.On the east side is an open porch, which connects the office to the in-ground swimming pool.The guesthouse is a single story three-room structure with a bedroom, full bathroom and an open kitchen/dining room with a working fireplace and an open porch area.The Barn Residence is a restored two story structure with a single story unfinished portion.The Barn has a large kitchen and a lower level sitting area. The upper level has a large open area with a full bathroom.The unfinished section has a three-bay garage with access doors, a storage room and an office, which was a former blacksmith forge.Each of the main house, guesthouse and Barn have their own septic systems and propane gas supply.The ranch water is supplied from three wells, the Monticello canyon (south) , CCC Camp well (north) and a solar well (central) located near the main compound. Since water is KING, the ranch has storage of 3,000, 10,000 and 30,000 gallon above-grade tanks and a 10,000 gallon below-grade cistern strategically located throughout the ranch. Additionally, there are a total of 13 drinkers of which 9 are located in three separate pastures in the Cordoba. The Cordoba has the Monticello Ditch, which flows through the bottom of the Cordoba. The Red Rock house pasture has 4 drinkers and 2 dirt tanks, all of which are again strategically located throughout the ranch.Wildlife can be found in the form of mule deer, antelope, javelina, cougar, black bear, dove and the ever-present covey of quail, which visit the main compound daily. The current carrying capacity for the livestock operations is approximately 30 Animal Units year-round. All fencing is 4-5 wire in excellent condition. There are four pastures with several miles of underground pipelines servicing the numerous drinkers and storage tanks.Also found within the ranch is the +/- 67-acre BSR Complex of Shooting Ranges.A second long rifle long range is found on the Cordoba.This range has certified target distances of 400, 666, 1000, 1333, 1760, 2100, 2500 and 2900 yards.The shooting facility rivals the finest in the entire Southwest. Related infrastructure and support items will be transferred with the sale.Overall this "Jewel of the West" is ready for the owner who enjoys privacy, diversity and pride of ownership. It can serve as a corporate retreat, cattle ranch or family compound. Once you've had a chance to visit the ranch you'll simply be amazed at it's potential!!!Call today for a qualified showing.Co Brokers welcome.
$500,000  •  86.52 acres
With spectacular granite outcrops of the Sierra Buttes as a backdrop and incredible panoramic views this beautifully treed and magnificent 86.5 acres stretches up into the daunting and formidable Sierra Buttes. Less than ¼ mile up an improved gravel drive from Hwy 49 and at the 4700’ +/- elevation one arrives at the secluded and private level areas. An ATV/hiking trail continues up the mountainside to a natural spring providing piped water to the campsite. Property Highlights: • Private, secluded, and peacefully surrounded by USFS lands • Several potential home or cabin sites, all with spectacular views. • Hookups for RV and generator • Neat rock outdoor shower • Concrete pads, stone firepit, tables, for outdoor living areas. • Very nicely done shed using a concrete pad & 2 cargo containers • Natural spring provides plenty of gravity flow water • In the heart of gold mining country mine tailings abound • Property is the home of the famous historic Euclid Mine • Incredible huge boulders are everywhere • Just a mile out of Sierra City. Three miles to Bassetts and the Gold Lakes Highway • Dozens of pristine mountain lakes and creeks, not to mention the North Fork of the Yuba River, are all in close proximity • Nearby Yuba Pass at 6700’ is a snowmobiling mecca • Property is located behind a locked gate at common turnout from Hwy 49 to the Pacific Crest Trail.
$130,000  •  13.55 acres
Here's your chance for 13.3 acres of stunning high country forest and meadow with a small creek. No more than a mile west of Yuba Pass with trails north and south a this would be an ideal spot for a peaceful and private getaway bordered on two sides with USFS land yet having the south side right on Hwy 49! Summertime offers close proximity to the North Fork of the Yuba River, the whole Gold Lakes and Sierra Buttes areas with dozens of lakes, creeks, trails and all the accompanying activities. Wintertime, you are just a bit down the road from the Yuba Pass snowmobile staging area. PROPERTY HIGHLIGHTS: • Gorgeous high country timbered acreage at 6600' +/- just west of Yuba Pass. • Bordering USFS on two sides there is a natural spring and a small creek meandering down to the North Fork of the Yuba River. • The property has not been logged in at least 50 years The tall 100' trees are healthy and magnificent. • A nice meadow provides a place for a cabin. • A PG&E easement runs across the property and is likely to provide a drop line for power.