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Contact for Price  •  62,395 acres
Cañon Blanco ranch spans a total of 80,892± acres on the southwestern flank of Glorieta Mesa, between the Sangre and Sangre de Cristo Mountain Ranges. The ranch offers 62,395± deeded acres, 16,105± acres of State lease, and 2,392± acres of BLM lease. Known as one of the largest, contiguous, and last remaining deeded ranches in close proximity to Santa Fe and Santa Fe International Airport.
$10,500,000  •  16,950 acres
- Approximately 3,461 deeded acres - 13,496 leased Forest Service acres - Trophy elk, mule deer, bear, & turkey - Has historically supported up to 300 pairs of cattle annually - Almost 60 acre-feet of water rights for irrigation - 5,836 square foot custom owner’s home Includes guest house, hunting lodge, staff housing, shop, barn, hay barn, and outbuildings - 20 minutes to regional airport, 40 minutes to Ruidoso
$44,000,000  •  16,706 acres
The 16,706± deeded acre Quinlan Ranch is a superlative mountain hunting property located just three miles west of Chama, New Mexico. The Quinlan, as it is known, spans over 26 square miles in a single block of contiguous land with no private inholdings or public roads across it. Offering an unequaled combination of size, privacy, accessibility, and scenery, the Quinlan controls the entire eastern slope of the 9,900 foot Chromo Mountain and is comprised of ecologically diverse and rich mountain and valley floor terrain. This large holding features outstanding big game hunting, expansive vistas, fishing, limitless recreational activities, and numerous water resources that are complimented by excellent infrastructure and quality accommodations. Thoughtful habitat and wildlife management ensures that the Quinlan is home to significant populations of resident elk, mule deer, black bear and turkey. Distinguishing the Quinlan from other western hunting properties is the fact that an estimated 6,000 to 8,000 head of elk from the San Juan Elk Herd migrate through the Quinlan and the neighboring 20,000 acre elk preserve – the Edward Sargent Wildlife Area, each fall. Ownership, family, friends, and clients can easily hunt the Quinlan as it currently receives 63 rifle bull elk permits, 24 bull elk archery permits and 29 cow elk permits from the New Mexico Department of Game and Fish. Numerous trophy elk and mule deer are taken here every year and the ranch has been featured on many outdoor pursuit television shows. Additional trophy and management elk hunting opportunities exist within the on-site Rim Rock Elk Park which is a licensed 2,000± acre high-fenced Class A Game Park. Currently, the Game Park includes approximately 90 adult bulls, 85 cows, 10 yearling females, 7 yearling males, 21 female calves and 23 male calves. Well suited for both private and commercial use, the Quinlan has year-round access off of US Highway 84. Improvements include the 6,678± square foot Garcia Lodge, two “glamping” bathhouses and covered cooking and eating areas, a 10,000± square foot barn with sleeping quarters, office, garage, and state-of-the-art elk handling facilities, as well as several paddock areas for privately owned elk. The ranch also boasts an exceptional internal road network with over 65 miles of private roads, buried water and electrical lines, as well as approximately 40 ponds – several of which are stocked with trout. The listing price includes 50 percent of the appurtenant mineral rights*, all privately owned elk, and an extensive inventory of essential ranch equipment and rolling stock (See Quinlan Ranch Inventory). *Seller believes, but will not warrant, that it owns 50 percent of the appurtenant subsurface mineral rights which will convey with the sale. Buyers are encouraged to retain legal counsel for the purposes of confirming mineral rights ownership.
$18,500,000  •  13,000 acres
Located on the sprawling, untouched land of Cibola County, New Mexico, Rincon Ranch is a superb 13,000± acre trophy hunting ranch and wildlife area. Internally land-locked within the private land are also 3,806± acres of BLM leased land and 2,881± acres of state leased land for a total of 19,687± acres. This stunning and secluded ranch just 10 miles southwest of Fence Lake, New Mexico, comprises some of the largest and most spectacular canyons in the region. Weaving between sandstone mesas, rambling through canyons, and winding around plateaus, the land on the ranch features native juniper and pinyon pine, ponderosa, oak brush, and mountain mahogany. Over 36 miles of well-marked dirt roads lead to all corners of the property. Yet, with only one entry point, this ranch is both easy to navigate and extraordinarily private. Besides exceptional privacy and natural beauty, the primary attraction of Rincon Ranch is the quality of the hunting. In fact, it’s become known for some of the best and biggest trophy elk and mule deer in the country over the past 20 years. While most of the surrounding ranches offer only flat grassland, Rincon Ranch’s canyons, mesas, caves, and meadows offer year-round food sources as well as incomparable shelter for migratory animals. As a result, the trophy elk and mule deer hunting opportunities on Rincon Ranch are second to none. Generations of animals have thrived on this land, thanks to impeccable land management, varying natural terrain and excellent food sources that make for an unmatched wildlife habitat. The ranch owner’s habitat is the sprawling modern lodge in the southeastern corner of the property. Situated on a high cliff with sweeping views of the ranch land, the lodge is a turnkey retreat with thoughtful amenities to set the stage for living in or visiting this incredibly scenic slice of New Mexico. Rincon Ranch is also an incredible place for observing ancient history through the artifacts and petroglyphs left behind by Ancestral Puebloans, sometimes known as Anasazi. This was a bustling trading area over a thousand years ago. Today one can find numerous ruins, artifacts and petroglyphs throughout the property — evidence of a bygone world that still echoes throughout the land. Rincon Ranch will cater to a seasoned hunter or preservationist with an appreciation for the natural beauty, privacy, and exceptional topography of the land. Spend some time discovering evidence of ancient life, hiking atop sandstone mesas, or observing the incredible wildlife, and you’ll understand why there’s nowhere on earth quite like Rincon Ranch. The future owner of the ranch will have the knowledge that the sale has contributed to improvements to help increase the numbers of wildlife on the ranch and maximize the trophy quality of the animals harvested from this superior habitat compared to other regions and ranches. The Facts: ~ Located in Cibola County, New Mexico, near the border of Arizona ~ 13,000± acres of BLM leased land ~ 2,881± acres of state leased land ~ Total combined acreage is 19,687± ~ Ten miles southwest of Fence Lake, New Mexico ~ Just over two hours to Albuquerque International Sunport, or 90 minutes to municipal airports in Springerville, AZ, Gallup, NM, and Grants, NM ~ Two hours to Petrified Forest National Park, Arizona ~ 90 minutes to El Malpaís National Monument. ~ Two hours to Albuquerque ~ 8,000± square foot modern lodge with 7 bedrooms, 6 bathrooms ~ Four canyons ~ Two underground aquifers ~ Five solar-powered water wells ~ Elevation ranges from 7,000 feet to 7,500 feet ~ Well-managed wildlife habitat ~ Exceptional trophy hunting ~ 12 ranch-only landowner tags for bull elk; 2 mule deer habitat enhancement tags ~ Wildlife includes elk, mule deer, bear, mountain lion, bobcat, and a variety of small game species ~ Ancient petroglyphs, ruins, and artifacts abundant on the land
$8,300,000  •  8,096 acres
The hidden jewel of the Southwest! The C Bar Ranch, consisting of +/-6,386 deeded acres and +/-1,710 acres of NM State lease totaling +/- 8,096 acres, presents a unique opportunity to own one of the most spectacular ranches available on the market today. Everything about this ranch is top notch, from the meticulous husbandry which makes it highly Productive for both agriculture and wildlife to the breathtaking scenery and impressive history.
$20,735,000  •  7,540 acres
If you're looking for a property that checks all the boxes, this +/- 7540 deeded acre mountain ranch has it all. Elk Mountain Ranch has been a 3rd generation working cattle ranch for over a century. Elk Mountain Ranch comfortably supports a 300 head of cattle operation for 6 months out of the year. With landscapes one could only dream about- from tall Ponderosa and quaking aspens to spring fed valleys and flowing fresh mountain creeks.
$16,000,000  •  7,371 acres
ICON GLOBAL EXCLUSIVE BLACK WILLOW RANCH​ 3% co-op broker / selling office commission 7,371± acres | Watrous + Valmora, New Mexico 16 miles from Las Vegas, NM 1 hour from Santa Fe 1.5 hours from Taos 1862 New Mexico Legacy Ranch. Black Willow is a Water, Wildlife, Livestock, Equestrian & Recreational Oasis. As the name implies Black Willow Trees line the Mora River as it meanders through the ranch. Imagine kayaking through the rock outcroppings and then drifting under the shade of the willows. This ranch is both rugged and refined. It’s wild yet tame. It’s what makes it a One of One. The history here is a tangible experience for guests. They are offered a glimpse into the past with the historically renovated homestead which includes the adobe barn, circa 1862. You can see and touch the history, hear the wildlife, feel the mountain wind, taste the seeds of the pinyon pine trees and smell nature as it should be – all natural. This is where flocks of wild turkeys roam and seasonal herds of elk move through the rugged northern country. You will even find an occasional bear roaming the hillsides. As a legacy family ranch this property offers a place for everyone, animals included. The multiple housing options provide the space needed to entertain along with offering privacy for family members to have their own space. No expense was spared with the recent infrastructure that was added. Quality roads and bridges were built to last a lifetime. This ranch has been preserved and conserved and is ready to be handed to the next steward. Highlights: • 4.5 miles of the mora river - live water & wildlife riparian corridor & huge cottonwood “Vegas” • historic senior water diversion rights (1000-acre feet) and irrigated meadows • historic - highly productive improved headquarters, cattle & horse infrastructure, and owner’s residences • highly productive & improved grasslands, juniper ponderosa, piñon forest uplands and scenic canyons • moderate year-round climate, elevation 6500’- 7,500-foot elevation • proximity - easy access to town: Las Vegas, Santa Fe & Taos • excellent cattle & wildlife well water distribution fences & all-weather roads • natural Beauty - scenic views of Sangre de Christo Rocky Mountains and Turkey Mountain ranges 7,371± acre of prime fertile ranchland encompasses operational headquarters, 5 residences and 4 miles of river frontage. Black Willow is nestled between area neighbors of 40,000-, 50,000- and 90,000-acre spreads. BWR is the jewel in the middle. Recreational aspects include premier hunting, kayaking on the river, fishing, hiking, trail riding as well as proximity to incredible alpine sports destinations and more. Located 16 miles from Las Vegas, minutes to Watrous and just an hour from Santa Fe, the ranch is an easy drive to area ski resorts of Taos, Ski Santa Fe, Ski Sipapu, Angel Fire and Red River. Infrastructure improvements include private entry gates, excellent roads, bridges and fences, barns, a cantina and office, a roping arena, guest quarters and management homes, owner’s residence and much more. The owner said, “When I got here, I just kind of felt at peace. This was exactly what I was looking for! A place where I could run horses, raise, and train horses, run some cattle and retreat with my family away from the big city pressures and business. It’s cowboy country out here and it has everything- history, topography, and water - lots of water, along with incredible wildlife and spectacular nature. Our ranching family and business interests have expanded out of state, which makes it difficult to utilize this place that we have loved so much.” The owner and his management team have poured millions of hours and millions of dollars into expanding the versatile holdings, enhancing, and stewarding this ranch since 2009. They have optimized water, wildlife and livestock carrying capacity. In addition to running cattle, each year valuable polo ponies are boarded to take seasonal time off from the rigors of international competition to graze, recuperate and refuel on the irrigated pastures. This provides additional revenue streams to the exquisite property along with cattle, hay, and recreational income. Marketed by Icon Global Group, Full history and other details, improvements and highlights can be seen at www.blackwillowranch.com view more info by visiting ranch website www.blackwillowranch.com Icon Global Licensed New Mexico Real Estate Agents Meredith Neely - License #: 20642 Wayne Cockrell - License #: 54157
$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.
$830,000  •  5,747 acres
Located in the very heart of the Gila National Forest, the Blue Creek 160-acre in-holding, combined with an adjacent +/- 5587-acres national forest grazing allotment, permitted for 145 pair year-round, is virtually impossible to duplicate.  5 miles from the Arizona border and located in Grants County, New Mexico this property carries bull elk that reach gigantic proportions, mule deer that die of old age, Coues Whitetails, bear & turkey.
$5,136,000  •  4,280 acres
Bordering the El Morro National Monument, Cibola County New Mexico, the Inscription Rock Ranch (+/- 4280 acres) has been in the same family dating back to the late 1800’s. The ranch is part of the original Mirabal Ranch holdings, originally +/- 387,000 acres that ran from Grants, New Mexico to the Arizona state line.
$995,900  •  3,840 acres
Here is an amazing opportunity to own a ranch with both grazing and recreational potential. Sierra Vista Ranch is made up of 2,560 deeded acres and 1,280 acres of New Mexico State lease land totaling 3,840 acres. This ranch is located at the Southern end of Grant County New Mexico. If you're looking for a private ranch to run cattle on, do some hunting or just get away at a great price don't pass Sierra Vista Ranch up!
$1,900,000  •  3,053.91 acres
+/- 1972.912 Deeded Acres and +/- 1081 State Leased Acres in San Miguel County, NM.
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$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.
$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.
$2,400,000  •  2,561.44 acres
Under Contract
Beautiful 3bd, 2bth home. Completely remodeled in 2018. All furniture and household items will be included in the sale.2561.44 Deeded Acres, 80 acres BLM. Financial verification required prior to showing. Owner request 48 hours' notice to showing. Listing agent must be present at time of showing. Please contact listing agent at 575-616-2430 or Kerry at 817-559-1018.
$14,040,000  •  2,340 acres
Located in the heart of Rio Arriba County New Mexico, the Chama River Trophy Mule Deer, Elk & Trout Ranch, has all the boxes checked and reaches the gold standard in Hunting. +- 2340 deeded acres, bordering +- 3 miles of some of the best trophy trout fishing in the country. A +- 1500 sqft fully furnished barndominium, makes for the perfect turnkey operation, With 7 Mature Bull Elk, 3 E/S archery, 4 cow, and late season deer tags for 2022.
$6,000,000  •  2,300 acres
Irrigated Farm For Sale in Southeastern NM. This property located in Hope, NM.
$13,900,000  •  2,000 acres
The J.F. Miller Ranch is found in the township of Lamy, just south of Santa Fe on an expansive 2000+ acres, comprised of 14 tracts of land. Nestled between the Sangre de Cristo Mountains and the Galisteo Basin, the ranch offers breathtaking panoramic views. The main home was designed and built in 1986 in Victorian style with four bedrooms. There is also a guest home with one bedroom, one bath, and a two car garage. The home looks out towards the Manzano and Sandia mountains to the West and has perfect views of the town of Lamy. The Galisteo River stretches across the ranch and down the valley. The wide open range offers grass for cattle and miles of trails to traverse via horseback. The ruins of the Bishop John Lamy church are found here. The Cerro Colorado mountain stands majestically on the property. The ranch has been the site for multiple movie productions. The history of this ranch tells an amazing story over the course of time.
$1,967,000  •  1,124.39 acres
The Dusty Boots Ranch is located in Grant County New Mexico in the beautiful mountains east of the Mimbres River. The surrounding area is little changed from the early years of the Old West. This still pristine landscape makes it easy for one to escape the modern world.
$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.
$510,000  •  973 acres
Davis 973 is a great opportunity for a small ranch. This ranch is comprised of 373+/- deeded acres with 600+/- acres of NM State Lease. This property has a well and is almost completely fenced. This property is located in Unit 12, and Elk frequent the property. Ramah is within a 10 minute drive, and Gallup is approximately 45 minutes from there. Please call today for more information or to schedule a showing.
$1,280,000  •  946 acres
Located on the Southern Border of Cibola County. One will find this untamed +/- 946 acres in big game unit 12. Unit 12 is known for its world class trophy elk and mule deer throughout the west. Fence Lake Ranch is the founding site of the town Fence Lake. Early settlers fenced off the 9.5-acre lake keeping animals from contaminating their water source, giving this the towns name.
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$785,400  •  924 acres
$987,000
Duncan Ranch is a nice 940-acre property ready for development or a large rural residence. The terrain is moderately hilly plains with outstanding mountain and valley views.
$7,488,500  •  900 acres
900 +/- Acre Farm WITH WATER RIGHTS MRGCD Contiguous Water Rights 260.4 Acres Pre 1907 Water Rights (Can be purchased separately) Primary Crops: Corn & Alfalfa Dirt Irrigation Ditches (Current federal application for new water delivery system) Two (2) Hay Barns One (1) Maintenance Barn Quality Water tested by Ward Labs - Results available upon request Well Information: Three (3) Electric water wells, 10-12" diameter discharge Outside casings 18-20" Estimated depths: 56-150' 1,400, 2,600, 2,900 GPM capacity All drilled in 1967, All under RG14999 permit Info from Office of State Engineer and well maintenance company