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176,805 acres Quemado, NM $59,500,000

176,805 acres Quemado, NM

Catron County Hall and Hall Hall and Hall

Type: Acreage

Vast beyond imagination, farther than the eye can see, The Great Western Ranch stretches across the flat-topped mesas and sandstone bluffs, the prairie grasses and red arroyos of Western New Mexico. For 53 miles east to west and 26 miles north to south, the Great Western encompasses 176,805 deeded acres and 115,974 leased acres of state and federal land for a total of 292,779 acres under its control. Altogether, The Great Western Ranch spans 457 square miles or an area more than one-third the size of Rhode Island. Located about 80 miles south of Grants, New Mexico, Great Western is a true, four-season ranch with superior big game hunting and a rich history. The expansive park-like rangelands, with abundant native grasses and a moderate climate, support cow-calf and yearling cattle operations. Extensive livestock water resources developed on the property include 56 wells, most of which are solar powered, and seasonal ponds, lakes and dirt tanks. Home to a large resident elk herd, as well as plentiful mule deer and pronghorn antelope, the Great Western supports a revenue-generating hunting operation known for its trophy-sized bull elk. The diverse terrain offers a variety of hunting experiences from ruggedly adventurous to hunts for all ages and experience levels. A newly refurbished hunting lodge with a stone fireplace, maintenance shop, steel barns, utility buildings and staff housing support ranching and hunting operations. There is history here too, from the Anasazis and Spanish explorers to the early homesteaders and continuing to ranchers of the modern era. On the ranch are historical and archeological sites, including Anasazi petroglyphs, ruins, and the tumbled-down stone homes and corrals of New Mexicos earliest homesteaders. One of the largest single landholdings available in the United States, The Great Western Ranch presents a rare opportunity to acquire an important part of the American West. $59,500,000

29,142 acres Pie Town, NM $13,250,000

29,142 acres Pie Town, NM

Catron County Dave Harrigan and Hunter Harrigan Harrigan Land Company

Type: Acreage

"World-class" is no exaggeration when describing the exceptional trophy elk hunting on the renowned Southern Cross Ranch in west-central New Mexico. On the Southern Cross Ranch, geography, genetics and habitat have combined to create an entire ecosystem that produces some of the largest bull elk on the planet. The Southern Cross is indeed a "land of giants" well-known for amazing numbers of 350- to 400-class bulls that have free access to its 29,142 acres (18,535 deeded). Simply put, the Southern Cross controls over 45 square miles of the finest trophy elk habitat anywhere. The Southern Cross has been superbly managed for years to maintain its status as one of America's premier hunting destinations. A spectacular 6,000 square-foot log lodge is the centerpiece of the ranch. With six bedrooms, five and one half baths, and wraparound deck, the lodge treats guests luxuriously. A caretaker's house, corrals, barn and meat cooler completes the outstanding facilities on the ranch, all "ready-to-roll" for the next hunting season. Southern Cross Ranch has been allotted 29 bull elk tags and 11 cow elk tags for the 2011-2012 season. Straddling both sides of the Continental Divide, the Southern Cross Ranch ranges in elevation from 7300 to 8200 feet, which makes it ideally situated for supporting many square miles of pinion pine and alligator juniper forest, interspersed with grassy meadows. Much of the ranch's terrain is rolling, and a good network of ranch roads provides vehicular access throughout. With wildlife and livestock management in mind, dozens of water sources have been developed throughout the ranch, utilizing both wind and solar power. The Southern Cross is best known for its elk hunting, but its superb mule deer and antelope hunting should not be overlooked, either. As a combination cattle/hunting ranch or a hunting resort alone, the potential for this spectacular piece of western New Mexico may be unmatched anywhere in the United States. With excellent year-round access, the "land of giants" is located only 2.5 hours from Albuquerque and 3.5 hours from Santa Fe.

21,700 acres Datil, NM $10,900,000

21,700 acres Datil, NM

Catron County Dave Harrigan and Hunter Harrigan Harrigan Land Company

Type: Acreage

Rugged scenery combined with trophy elk and mule deer herds makes the 21,700 deeded acre Sawtooth Shadows Ranch a New Mexico dream ranch for sportsmen with a special appreciation for Southwestern culture, history and landscape. Located in northeastern Catron County near the fabled mesa-top pueblo of Acoma, and the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundations Double H Ranch, the territory around Sawtooth Shadows Ranch remains largely unchanged from when it was settled by the ancestors of the Acoma and Navajo tribes millenia ago, and hardy ranchers a century ago. Even today, petroglyphs and artifacts of Native American culture are common on the ranch, as are remnants of several homesteads from New Mexico's pioneer days. The Sawtooth Shadows Ranch lies in the high New Mexico desert at elevations from 6700 to 7700 feet. Dominating the southern skyline are the rugged Sawtooth Mountains and the Datil Mountains in the Cibola National Forest, a refuge for some of the largest elk in the west. Fortunately for hunters, the ranch shares a 14-mile boundary with the National Forest and its elk (many bulls in the 400-plus class) freely range into the pinon/juniper and ponderosa forests of Sawtooth Shadows Ranch as well. The fact that approximately thirty landowner bull elk tags come with the ranch and that it lies in Unit 13, a primitive weapons area for elk, makes this ranch perfectly situated as a trophy elk ranch with a distinctive Southwestern flavor. Other game abounds on Sawtooth Shadows, including huge mule deer in the 200-plus class (open to rifle hunting), mountain lion, black bear, pronghorn, turkey, and small game. A remarkable diversity of terrain from sweeping mesas, sandstone cliffs, rolling grasslands and arroyos invites days of exploration and gives the wildlife plenty of habitat from which to choose. An intermittent drainage, Alamocito Creek, runs through nearly 20 miles of the ranch and provides seeps and seasonal water to supplement numerous wells and tanks on the property. Cattle ranching and trophy elk hunting combine well at Sawtooth Shadows, and numerous ranch improvements can support at least 200 head of cattle year-round. The ranch has power and phone and includes a roomy ranch house, a recently renovated bunkhouse, cookhouse, and an authentic Navajo hogan, fully renovated for guest use. Sawtooth Shadows Ranch is located equidistant from Pie Town, New Mexico to the southwest, Acoma Pueblo to the north. Year-round access is via well maintained roads about 16 miles from Pie Town, and 20 miles from Datil, New Mexico. Like all of the Southwest, Sawtooth Shadows Ranch is much better experienced than described. Harrigan Land Company would be privileged to introduce you to the very magical part of the Great Southwest called Sawtooth Shadows Ranch.

6,070 acres Pie Town, NM $3,968,000

6,070 acres Pie Town, NM

Catron County Randell Major Major Ranch Realty

Type: Acreage

Three Pinons Ranch is 6,069.75 total acres comprised of 5,429.75 deeded acres and 640 State lease acres. The ranch can run 100 cows year round or 200 yearlings for six months depending on annual precipitation. The Three Pinons Ranch is 11.5 miles NW of Pie Town N.M. on road 603 or 22 miles NE of Quemado, N.M. The road to the ranch is Catron County maintained. The ranch has good water distribution with two wells and numerous stock tanks. The one solar well has a 5000 gallon storage tank and is hooked to a pipeline that runs to three rubber tire drinkers. The north end of the ranch is watered by a windmill and several stock tanks.The Ranch is cross fenced into four pastures for livestock grazing. The elevation ranges from 7300 to 7600 ft. The terrain is mostly tree covered with red cedar, pinon, and juniper trees. This property makes a great cattle/hunting combination. This ranch receives 5 landowner elk tags and any sporting arms can be used. It is in hunting unit 12. Other hunting includes mule deer, mountain lion, turkey, and black bear. This is a great opportunity to purchase a scenic New Mexico cattle ranch that offers excellent hunting possibilities. For a detailed map contact listing broker. Cash or possible owner financing!

350 acres Reserve, NM $3,900,000

350 acres Reserve, NM

Catron County Bart Miller Mason Morse Ranch Company

Type: Acreage w/House

Rainy Mesa Ranch is an end of the road location within the Gila National Forest in western New Mexico near the small town of Reserve, New Mexico. The 350 +/- acre ranch features spectacular hunting combined with a viable ranch operation. The area is known for trophy game animals including elk, deer, bear and lion. The ranch is improved with five homes including an owners lodge, guest home/cabins and a managers residence. Rainy Mesa Ranch is largely tree covered and includes live water and water rights. The unique feature of this ranch is that the deeded property controls access to a large remote area of national forest with live water, allowing for excellent hunting opportunities.

9,000 acres Quemado, NM $3,300,000

9,000 acres Quemado, NM

Catron County Gary Blum Santa Rita Land & Cattle Company, & Western New Mexico Land Company

Type: Acreage w/House

376 acres Glenwood, NM $2,950,700

376 acres Glenwood, NM

Catron County Nick Cortese Fallon-Cortese Land

Type: Acreage w/House 3 Beds | 3 Baths

One of a Kind Property This beautiful property is 376 acres of deeded land surrounded by National Forest Permits. It is located near Glenwood, NM with highway access running through this property. The White Water River runs throught the heart of the property which is used to irrigate the 4 acres of rarm land. The house is all electric and has 3 bedrooms; each having access to the veranda, and 3 bathrooms, 3 fire places; one located in the living room and the other in the north bedroom, and a fire place set in the dinning area, large open living room and dinning room, kitchen and a laundry room. the bedrooms and the bathrooms are cement floors while the remainder of the house has tiled floors. Two car carport is attached to the house on the south side. New all stell barn with 2 large pens off the south side. 2 large shop/storage buildings One mile dirt landing strip on Mesa Land can be bought in parcels.

2,640 acres Quemado, NM $2,600,000

2,640 acres Quemado, NM

Catron County Dave Harrigan and Hunter Harrigan Harrigan Land Company

Type: Acreage

Controlling five square miles of the rolling highlands of Catron County, New Mexico, Mariano Mesa Ranch occupies the heart of trophy elk country. A combination of milder winters and a diverse mosaic of pinon pine, alligator juniper and shrub and grasslands produces some of the best elk hunting in the state. Bulls in the 330-plus class are regularly taken in the area, and 400-class animals are not unheard of. Trophy elk are the big attraction here, but mule deer, antelope, black bear and mountain lion also provide outstanding opportunities. Forested mesas, secluded valleys and rolling grasslands comprise the 2,640 deeded and 560 BLM-leased acres of Mariano Mesa Ranch, at elevations from 7400 to 7800 feet. Three wells are in place that feed watering holes for livestock and wildlife. With power and phone already on the property, development possibilities are abundant, or the ranch may simply be maintained "as is" as a pristine hunting or wildlife preserve. Very private, but accessible year-round, the ranch lies 15 miles northeast of Quemado and U.S. Highway 60, and 150 miles from Albuquerque. $2,600,000

120 acres Reserve, NM $1,800,000

120 acres Reserve, NM

Catron County Lee Scholes / John Conger New Mexico Outdoor Properties / Ranch and Management Services

Type: Acreage w/House

Bordered by some of the last remaining wild lands in the American Southwest, The Tularosa River Lodge has everything an outdoorsman could ask for. Trophy class Elk, Mule Deer, Bear, and hundreds of miles of virgin national forest to use. The climate the Tularosa River Lodge is not gentle, but is also never dull. During the winter months there are occasional snow storms, but the majority of the precipitation comes during July, August and September in the form of dramatic thundershowers. Summer here is like summer in most of New Mexico; warm sun, refreshing air and chilly nights. There is no such thing as smog or a heavy, humid atmosphere in Catron County. Once a summer range of the Apache, the area was then settled in the early 1600's by the Spanish. They were joined in the 1800's by the Americans and today people from all over the world plan their trips to see the last and best remaining link to our colorful past. Geronimo, Nana, Victorio, Butch and Sundance, Ben Lilly, and many others watered in the sheltered canyon. With its sheer rock face and fertile valley floor, the Tularosa Rive Lodge makes a great hunting base or family retreat. A 7 year old, modern home, car barn, and cross fencing allow for easy use of this 120 acres of heaven. Come see the beauty and settle in the last and best of the West!

6,520 acres Quemado, NM $1,550,000

6,520 acres Quemado, NM

Catron County Nancy Belt Stockmen's Realty

Type: Acreage

Reduced! 90 Head Agua Fria Ranch, Private Hunting Retreat with Elk and Mule Deer Tags, Quemado, NM $1,550,000 Gently rolling hills, stunning cliffs, canyons, and valleys with seasonal lakes. Home to cattle, horses, elk, deer, antelope, and migratory water fowl. Rancher's and hunter's paradise. Ever wonder what it would be like to live in paradise? Now's your opportunity to own this exquisite ranch. Agua Fria Ranch is a mid size ranch with great prospects. The ranch is currently being run as a purebred Angus operation, private hunting retreat, and paint horse breeding ranch in a stunning setting just west of Quemado, New Mexico. Elevations on the ranch range from +/- 6800 feet to +/-7500, with typically mild summers and winters. Summertime highs will be in the mid 80's with wintertime highs in the high 40's to low 50's. There are 1200 deeded acres, 80 acres of NM State grazing lease, and a 5220 acre BLM grazing allotment that run 90 head year long. The ranch is divided into five large pastures and three small pastures and is well-watered with five wells, four storage tanks, one mile of pipeline, eleven dirt tanks, and two natural lake bottoms. There is a 1792 s.f. four bedroom, two bath, manufactured home on the property with excellent access. The property is a prime candidate for a conservation easement or land exchange with the BLM. In addition to the current uses, other possibilities include wind and solar development; guest ranch, or private retreat. The ranch currently receives four rifle bull tags per year and private mule deer tags. The scenic lakes/reservoirs are located on deeded land and attract abundant wildlife. Call Nancy Belt at 520-221-0807 or Sandy Ruppel 520-444-1745.

120 acres Reserve, NM $1,200,000

120 acres Reserve, NM

Catron County Mary E. Greiert Open Range Real Estate, LLC

Type: Acreage

A stellar ranch property of 120 acres with three sides bordering the Gila National Forest for your mountain pleasure. A rare find anymore . . . the size, ease of access and amenities, yet private. This ranch is only 10 minutes from Reserve, NM and 30 minutes from Alpine, AZ. Perfect for the outdoor enthusiast seeking experiences via horseback riding, hiking and hunting. This property is located in Game Management Unit 15 in the Gila National Forest where 50% of the Boone & Crockett & Safari International trophy elk are harvested. The topography is gentle and dressed in ponderosa pine, alligator juniper and cedar trees. There are a number of meadows and several earthen reservoirs that offer wonderful habitat for wildlife and livestock. You could easily develop this into your own ranch for horses and/or cattle A special ranch offered at a worthy price of: $1,200,000

160 acres Apache Creek, NM $1,116,000

160 acres Apache Creek, NM

Catron County Mary E. Greiert Open Range Real Estate, LLC

Type: Acreage

White Rock Lake has it all for outdoor enthusiasts and those who would love the privacy that 160 acres of prime land that is totally surrounded by the Gila National. In-holdings like this are very rare. The lake is a few spring fed acres in the located in the center of the 160 acres! White Rock Lake is located at the top of Slaughter Mesa. Perfect place to drop off of the face of the earth for hunting or for the survivalist in you preparing to be self-sufficient. This ranch is located in Unit 15 in Catron County, New Mexico. This area of New Mexico produces close to 1/2 of the top Boone & Crockett and Safari International bull elk in the record books! Asking price for this outfit is $1,440,000.

1,623 acres Red Hill, NM $998,000

1,623 acres Red Hill, NM

Catron County Con Englehorn Headquarters West

Type: Acreage

Cottonwood Canyon Ranch Catron County, New Mexico The property is located in two non-contiguous parcels known as the North Ranch and the South Ranch being approximately two miles apart. The North Ranch is immediately adjacent to the Arizona state line and lies five miles north of US Highway 60 and stretches seven miles north and three miles from east to west. The South Ranch starts at Cow Springs Corral is located on Highway 60 four miles east of the Arizona state line and reaches three miles north and two miles from east to west. Access The North Ranch is accessed from US Highway 60, fourteen miles east of Springerville, Arizona to a county dirt road, then north along the state line, three miles to the ranch boundary. The county road transverses the ranch from south to north. The South Ranch is access from US Highway 60, sixteen miles east of Springerville, to the Cow Springs Corrals, then north mile to the boundary. The South Ranch has historically shared use of the corrals located directly off the highway. Numerous dirt ranch roads provide interior access throughout the ranch. Land Tenure North Ranch 1,063 Acres Deeded 3,416 Acres NM State Lease 2,016 Acres BLM 6,495 Acres Total or 10 Sections South Ranch 440 Acres Deeded 1,392 Acres BLM 1,832 Acres Total or 2.9 Sections Canyon House 120 Acres Deeded BLM Summers Community Allotment NM State Grazing Lease Legal Description Township 1 South Range 21 West New Mexico Principle Meridian Section 11: portion Township 1 North Range 21 West New Mexico Principle Meridian Section 3, 28, 33: portion Township 2 North Range 21 West New Mexico Principle Meridian Section 34: portion Township 10 North Range 31 East Gila and Salt River Baseline and Meridian Section 3: portion Carrying Capacity North Ranch 17 animal units Deeded 51 animal units State lease 33 animal units BLM 101 animal units total yearlong equivalent South Ranch 7 animal units Deeded 23 animal units BLM 30 animal units total yearlong equivalent Canyon House 1 animal unit Deeded Whole Ranch will run 131 animal units yearlong. Deeded land capacity based on BLM rate of 10 head per section Property Description The North Ranch contains 1,063 deeded acres of vacant land intermixed with the State and BLM leases. Tom Phelps Well is located on 40-acres deeded and includes a wire trap with steel storage tank and drinker. The Canyon House is located at the south end of the North Ranch on 120 acres deeded land. The house is a triple-wide 3,000 sq. ft. mobile home located near the southern end of the property. The mobile home was installed in 2008 on a permanent foundation and includes 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, fireplace, woodstove and central forces air. The home has a domestic well (not currently working) and septic system and solar system for electricity. There are working corrals located near the center of the ranch with water supplied via pipeline from Tom Phelps Well. The South Ranch has no building improvements and includes 440 deeded acres. A large set of wooden working corrals is located at the south end of the South Ranch on US 60. The corrals are shared use with two other ranches. The whole ranch includes seven pastures and one holding trap. Vegetation Plains & Desert Grassland with scattered pinion/juniper woodland. Grasses include; blue grama, sacaton, galleta, rice grass, squirrel tail and needle grass. Browse includes four-wing salt brush, white sage and blue sage. Water The North Ranch is served by several dirt tanks and Tom Phelps Well located in the northern portion of the ranch providing 25 gpm and includes over 1 mile of pipeline to the working corrals. The South Ranch is served by dirt tanks and a well along US 60 which is supplied with electricity on a submersible pump. Utilities There are no public utilities available on the ranch except to the well at the corrals on US 60. Electricity is in use for the livestock well. Price Reduced Whole Ranch - $998,000 North Ranch - $565,000 South ranch - $225,000 Canyon House - $249,000 Comments This is a nice ranch located within twenty minutes drive from Springerville. The ranch is offered whole or in any combination of the three parts as described above.

62 acres Apache Creek, NM $990,000

62 acres Apache Creek, NM

Catron County Mary E. Greiert Open Range Real Estate, LLC

Type: Acreage w/House 2 Beds | 1 Bath | 1 SqFt

BEYOND INCREDIBLE is a 62 acre ranch located in Apache Creek, NM and is truly magical with all of its unique attributes. From the mesa top with petroglyphs you can see forever over the lush green meadows graced with huge ponderosa trees to the mountains miles away! The property corners into the Tularosa River. The topsoil is estimated to be 20 feet deep and is sub-irrigated with the Tularosa River valley water. This property is perfect for an organic farm or a one of a kind ranch retreat (corporate or personal). The property has an amazing well that pumps in excess of 200 gpm. Nine (9) acre feet of irrigation water rights transfer with sale the property. There is an older home that is in partial renovation, a shop, and an expanded office. New infrastructure of 2 water lines; new electrical lines to pump house and to the home; and a new septic tank system. This amazing property is offered to you for $990,000.

160 acres Datil, NM $950,000

160 acres Datil, NM

Catron County Con Englehorn Headquarters West

Type: Acreage

160 acres of deeded land and 6,000 acres of Forest Lease (03-0301A/Datil Allotment), the ranch is currently set up to run mother cows, mules, and horses. The Forest Service acres are split into 4 pastures of equal size, with the fifth pasture comprised of the 160 acres of deeded land. Datil Allotment #03-0301A permits 68 cow/calf units year-round. Good corrals, fences, and working facilities add efficiency to this picturesque setting.
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