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9,200 acres Springer, NM $8,556,000

9,200 acres Springer, NM

Colfax County Ben G. Scott Scott Land Company, LLC

Type: Acreage

High Hopes Ranch On The Cimarron State: New Mexico Region: Northeastern New Mexico County: Colfax County Property Type: Native Grassland Acres: 9,200 deeded acres plus 193 acres of New Mexico state lease Price: $930.00 per deeded acre Taxes: $9,072.94 for 2013 as received from taxing authorities via telephone. Location: Just east of Springer, New Mexico on Hwy. 56 approximately 3 miles to the beginning of the ranch and approximately 3 miles to the main headquarters. The Cimarron River runs east, southeast through the north end of the High Hopes Ranch just south of the headquarters. The entrance to the ranch is via a tree-lined, all weather road passing three large horse paddocks with pipe rail fences which are situated between Hwy. 56 and the main headquarters. Located approximately one quarter mile off of Hwy. 56, the headquarters is quiet and serene with no road noise. It is almost impossible to describe the state-of-the-art improvements on this Colfax County, New Mexico ranch. The ranch was bought and improved by a well-known actor and is designed and constructed with the best of the best. Schools in Springer are approximately 3 miles from the ranch and have grades one through twelve with school bus transportation for the students. Improvements on the ranch which are virtually new and in excellent condition consist of the following: 1) A 5,000 sq. ft. +/- home has 18 in. walls and is covered by a metal roof with a Stucco veneer in the style of the Spanish Southwest. The home has a large living area, a large kitchen/dining area, a huge master bedroom, a full master bath with a walk-in shower and tub, a cedar lined, walk-in closet, a larger than average second bedroom with a bath with a walk-in shower, an indoor dry sauna adjacent to a steam room next to a full walk-in shower, a bath which is located just off of a large hot tub with Jacuzzi, a Vision Fitness exercise bike, a Quantum treadmill and a Bow Flex exercise machine. Attached to the home is an oversized two car garage with automatic roll-up doors. You can enjoy three excellent fire places in the winter and central air conditioning in the summer when needed. The house is also heated with hot-water radiators throughout. Flooring consists of Guadalajara (Mexican) tile, hard wood floors (Oak), rugs and indoor/outdoor carpet in the area where the hot tub and the exercise equipment are located. A large, outdoor swimming pool with cover is also located within the main housing complex. Water is supplied to the main house and guest houses by a tap on the town of Springer community waterline together with water supplied to the yard at the main house from a domestic well equipped with a submersible electric motor and pump which also supplies water to the barns, pens and other improvements at the headquarters. 2) The number one guest house is complete with a large living/dining/bedroom area, an electric cook stove, microwave oven, refrigerator, washer/dryer, a bath with walk-in shower, wood burning fire place, propane heat and refrigerated air. This home also has a metal roof and Guadalajara (Mexican) tile flooring. This is a very attractive home, both inside and out. 3) The number two guest house also has a combination living/dining/bedroom area with a bath, an old style, very attractive bathtub in the kitchen/living area, a refrigerator and an electric cook stove. The home is heated with a wood burning stove and electric heat along the floors located strategically through-out the house and has operating windows for summertime cooling. This also is a very attractive home with Guadalajara (Mexican) tile flooring and a metal roof. This guest house is attached to a large complex which has a metal roof and consists of a huge two bay equipment storage building with 12X 16 roll-up doors and another large building attached to the same complex which is used as a state-of-the-art shop with a 12X 16 roll-up door, and a walk door. There are concrete floors throughout the complex. 4) The next row of buildings begins with two fenced dog kennels, rabbit hutches, a covered chicken pen with chicken house and a brick milking barn with stanchions to round-out what might have been in TIMES PAST. 5) The next row has numerous buildings facing west and running from north to south with water furnished by a domestic well and with all-weather vehicle access roads. These improvements consist of the following: A)Six horse stalls which are divided to accommodate six horses. All horse stalls have outdoor runs with pipe fences and freeze-free water troughs. A large blacksmith shop is located in this area which has access from the horse stalls into the shop. The shop is heated in cold weather by a wood burning stove and used for indoor shoeing of horses with rubber mats covering the concrete floor. A large tack room adjoins the blacksmith shop. Also in this area is a storage garage with a 10 X 10 roll-up door. B)A breeding station with two stalls for a mare and a stallion with a storage room in between to separate the mare from the stallion. C)A totally enclosed, all metal hay barn with a dirt floor, a walk door for access and a tall roof. The barn is equipped with a roll-up door high enough to accommodate a semi load of hay. D)A large, all metal barn for storage of trailers, ranch vehicles, etc. has a concrete floor, two electric roll-up doors and walk doors on the south side and the east end of the building for access. E)Four large horse stalls divided in the middle of each stall to accommodate eight horses and a large exercise area. F)A five ton, above ground, all metal, grain bin on legs with a cone bottom and hand-operated door to unload grains or feed into a wheel-barrow, bucket, etc. for hand feeding of horses or other livestock. G)The domestic well furnishing water for this complex plus the yard at the main house is located in this area together with an underground, pressurized water storage tank. H)An air compressor is also located in this area with an underground air pressure tank. I)A large roping arena constructed with heavy Priefert panels with an air-operated release chute. 6) Going from the main headquarters back out on Hwy 56 and west for a short distance, the property again adjoins Hwy 56 and located there is an employees home which is older but in good condition. The home has 2 bedrooms, a basement used as a guest bedroom and 1 bathroom. A new heating and air conditioning unit was added to the home last year and new double pane windows were installed this year to increase the insulation value of the home. Adjacent to this home is an older, two-car garage, an open hay barn and 8 new horse stalls with runs, tack room and a round pen for training horses. This home has city water plus water being furnished to the horse stalls by a domestic well equipped with a submersible electric motor and pump. In this area of the property there is approximately 50 acres of pasture irrigated with 226.4 shares of water from the Springer Ditch Company. 7) The exterior fences on the ranch are all in excellent condition and are constructed of five strands of barbed wire, alternating steel post and cedar post with two heavy wooden stays between each steel post and cedar post. The exterior gates are all heavy metal with chains and locks to secure access to the ranch. 8) A large set of working/shipping pens is located on the south end of the ranch and is equipped as follows: A)A Priefert squeeze chute with self-catch head gate, 30 ft. adjustable panels and pregnancy check gates. B)A battery powered electronic scale purchased from Abilene Scale Company approximately five years ago which is in good working order, was certified in 2013, is 8X 20 with a 10,000 lb. to 20,000 lb. capacity, model number ASCXY-ZK. C)A long sorting ally with a number of pens. 9) In the style of the Old West a camp house is located near this large set of pens and is furnished with a wood-burning cook stove, a propane operated Servel refrigerator and propane lights. Water is furnished for the cook house from a buried water cistern. A state-of-the-art outhouse rounds out the Old West theme. 10) There are four stock wells in the pastures. Three of the wells have solar powered submersible electric motors and pumps. One stock well is equipped with a submersible electric motor and pump. These wells also furnish water for pipelines located strategically on the ranch. There are twelve dirt tanks (one built with a large dam). The Cimarron River also provides water for the north end of the ranch just south of the headquarters running in an easterly direction through the ranch. 11) Equipment included with the purchase of the ranch is as follows: A)A three hopper, bulk feed storage bin mounted on skids with 30 ton capacity. B)A T&S trip hopper cake feeder (electric). C)A 3050 John Deere tractor with front-end loader and Ganion. D)A 12 ft. disk plow. E)A 14 ft. John Deere 450 grain drill. F)A John Deere land plane (long). Hunting on the ranch consist of Antelope (ten, buck permits last year), one cow and one bull Elk permit (last year) along with White Tail and Mule Deer hunting, an occasional turkey and geese in the winter. Seldom does a ranch come on the market with such great improvements, excellent ranching country on the Cimarron River, located adjacent to an interstate highway and in easy driving distance of several ski runs in the Angel Fire, Taos, Red River areas of northeastern New Mexico, Santa Fe (the state capital), the large city of Albuquerque, Las Vegas and Raton with winter and summer recreation in the nearby Rocky Mountains and all being easily accessible from the ranch. THIS RANCH DESERVES YOUR ATTENTION-LETS LOOK!

18,087 acres Springer, NM $8,411,099

18,087 acres Springer, NM

Colfax County Lucy Maez La Luz Properties LLC

Type: Acreage w/House

First time on the market ranchers ranch just everything you are searching for to start your operation. 18,087 plus or minus acres 13,089 deeded and almos 5,000 state land leased. This ranch spans across 2 counties. Colfax on the North and Mora County on the south. Your deeded land has access to a part of the Charette Lake where fishing starts in March and goes till late fall. The ranch sits on the foothills of the Sangre De Christo Mountains and on east to the plains that are known as short grass country that puts the pounds on your cattle. Sellers have maintained and improved this beautiful place to benefit the profit on your cattle. There is over 10 miles of piped water to tubs and storage tanks using solar power. This ranch has and old residence that could be renovated, a 3 bed 2 bath Formans house and a 6 yr old custom built 4 Bedroom 3Bath home with 3 car attached garage. A 5000 sq shop with radiant heat concret floors that houses a living space with kitchen and bath. Includes Backhoe, welder and many more items you'll find you can use. To be continued

1,610 acres Eagle Nest, NM $5,250,000

1,610 acres Eagle Nest, NM

Colfax County Greg Liddle Hayden Outdoors

Type: Acreage w/House

LARGE PRICE REDUCTION!!!1610 acres of Bull Elk and Rainbows! 25 elk tags, over the counter deer tags, and miles of fly-fishing in adjacent Cimarron Canyon State Park. Moreno Valley is said to be the most beautiful valley in New Mexico and the Eagle Nest Ranch is at the head of the Valley! An array of opportunities awaits the buyer of this incredible 1610 acre Ranch overlooking Eagle Nest Lake with views of the Moreno Valley spanning from Angel Fire New Mexico all the way to Red River. Bordered on the east by the 33,000 Colin Neblett Wildlife Management Area, known for producing some of the biggest bull elk in the state, and the Cimarron Canyon State Park??s most coveted fly-fishing, Eagle Nest Ranch has it all. Both Angel Fire and Red River ski chairs are 15 minutes away, Taos ski area is a quick 30 minute drive and there's a jetport airpark within a quick 12 minute drive. If acquiring a premiere investment property while prices are low is your goal, you've found it. There's nothing equal to this executive mountain estate. With stands of ponderosa, spruce, fir and spring-filled aspen stands, the property lends itself well for acreage development and numerous other real estate options. Large scenic parks, open meadows, natural springs, 4 solar-powered wells, and the Willow Creek, which runs through the lower elevations, all compliment the property. Your neighbors are mostly elk, deer and bald eagles working the lake most of the year. Bulls to 360 + and bucks in excess of 200 are seen regularly. Touch Me Not Mountain looks down upon this very pristine ranch. Is there any comparison to your other neighbors - Ted Turner??s Vermejo Park Ranch, the Philmont Scout Ranch, Cimarron State Park, and the Colin Neblett Wildlife Management Area? This property can??t be duplicated and has no comparison! Large holdings of this beauty have become almost impossible to find,let alone purchase. Call today for a qualified showing. Co-brokers welcome. There's also a 71 acre parcel available and lakefront acreage available separately.Please See "Letter From the Seller" Link Here: available are two adjacent lakeside parcels:

597 acres Angel Fire, NM $3,500,000

597 acres Angel Fire, NM

Colfax County Home Office United Country Real Estate

Type: Acreage w/House 3 Beds

You can graze it, or continue using it as a working horse and/or cattle ranch. Only 5 minutes to the Angel Fire Airport, golf course and ski slopes, 35 minutes to Taos, 45 minutes to Red River, and 2 hours to Santa Fe. There are 5 ponds three of which are spring fed, a resident herd of Elk, Timber Rights, Priority Water Rights, and a historic 100-year old, 3 bedroom log home in need of renovation. Located on 160 deeded acres and surrounded by 440 acres of grazing lease State land. Avalon Ranch for Sale This is an Exceptional property, one of the last large Ranches in the beautiful Moreno Valley. On the border of Black Lake and Angel Fire in Colfax County, Avalon Ranch is the closest Ranch to Angel Fire Resort, located only five minutes from the Ski Slopes and Golf Course, and virtually across the street from Monte Verde Lake. The Ranch has abundant year-round water (a rare commodity in the Southwest), a perfect combination of Timber and Meadows, and no neighbors. The 100-year-old main house is made of cedar timber, chinked with adobe and lathed with stucco. The ranch caretaker currently occupies the house. This property has a unique history. Title Documents show the original land grant signed by President McKinley in 1897. The original Sod Hut can still be seen on the property. The University of New Mexico Department of Archeology has surveyed the entire property locating four old home sites and two Native American campsites. The property also served as the area's first Post Office when New Mexico was a Territory. Potential income opportunities could yield as much as $10,000 per year, from timber and water sales, sale of annual elk permits, and grazing rights. There is enormous subdivision potential (neighboring subdivisions are currently selling at up to $140,000 per acre), area properties appreciated approximately 10% per year.

1,854 acres Cimarron, NM $2,500,000

1,854 acres Cimarron, NM

Colfax County Ben G. Scott Scott Land Company, LLC

Type: Acreage

Cimarron Ranch with Irrigation State: New Mexico Region: Northeast County: Colfax Property Type: Irrigated Farm Acres: 1,854.3 acres more or less Price: $2,500,000.00 Taxes: Approximately $4,761.67 Location: Approximately 8 miles northwest of Springer Krystal M. Nelson (NM Qualifying Broker) This nice irrigated farm is approximately 8 miles northwest of Springer, 15 miles east of Cimarron and one mile from Springer Lake. It has frontage on Hwy 58 approximately 5 miles west of I-25 and is transversed by a county road. The farm consists of 1554.3 contiguous acres plus a 300-acre tract that is mile to the east. The farm has approximately 412 acres under 5 center-pivot sprinkler irrigation systems and another 53 acres flood irrigated. There are 354 Springer Ditch water rights shares which are senior rights and are used for the two west pivots and the flood irrigated acres. There are 430 Antelope Valley water rights shares which are junior rights and are used for the three east pivots. The maximum water allowed per share is 18 acre inches but 10 acre inches are more normal and adequate for good crop production. The amount of irrigation water allocated is dependent upon rainfall and more importantly winter snowfall on the watershed. This part of New Mexico is in the third year of an abnormally severe drought and share allotments have been reduced to 2 acre inches for the Springer Ditch and none for Antelope Valley. One the west pivots is a 1985 Zimmatic that makes a half circle covering 60 acres with electricity supplied by a phase converter. The other west pivot is 1997 Zimmatic that makes a full circle covering 158.7 acres. A natural gas engine powers a generator supplying electricity to this pivot and a booster pump supplying water to both west pivots and to the flood irrigated ground. The 3 east pivots are all Zimmatic purchased new in either 2007 or 2008. The west one of these makes a half circle covering 72.3 acres and has a booster pump and generator powered by a natural gas engine. The east two pivots that are located on the separate 300 acres include one that makes a full circle watering 61.7 acres and one that makes a half circle covering 60 acres. There is a booster pump and a generator powered by a natural gas engine that supplies water and electricity to both pivots. The grassland running through the middle of the large tract contains a Vega or sub-irrigated strip that normally produces a large amount of forage. The primary native grasses are blue grama, sand dropseed and three-awn. The property is primarily used for hay production but the owner normally runs 100 plus cows on the native pasture and in the fields. Elevation is around 6000 ft. with an annual rainfall of approximately 16. The summers are warm and dry with cool nights with most highs in the 70s and 80s with a few in the 90s. The winters are predominately sunny and mild with highs in the 40s and 50s and lows in the teens and 20s and occasionally below zero. The predominant soil type is the Dalhart series with a fine sandy loam top soil with a sandy clay loam subsoil with effective rooting depth of 60 or more. Alfalfa as well as other hay crops does well in this area. Improvements include 45x120 hay shed, a 40x80 metal shop building with insulation and a concrete floor, a 1050 sq. ft. insulated metal building with concrete floor and outside dog runs and a set of steel cattle pens as well as 4 homes. There is an older 984 sq. ft. farm house where the owner lives, a hunter cabin with 3 bedrooms and 3 baths and two 3-bedroom, 2-bath modular homes with permanent foundations and metal roofs. Electric service is provided by Springer Electric Cooperative and water for all homes is piped from the City of Springer. Natural gas is supplied to all homes and booster-pump engines. The property is only about a mile from the river across a large ranch. Many elk graze on the property beginning in mid summer into the winter. This is an elk depredation area with many permits available. The owner who is a professional hunting guide takes about 6 bull elk off this property each year. Other hunting would include quail and antelope. This farm is very productive in normal years and has the potential of being a real show place.

248.32 acres Miami, NM $1,550,000

248.32 acres Miami, NM

Colfax County Timothy John O'Neill O'Neill Land, LLC.

Type: Acreage w/House 4 Beds | 3 Baths | 3 SqFt

MLS #92336 Ideal horse training facility with large 4 bedroom 3 bathroom approx 3,593 sq ft home, 248.32 +/- deeded acres, 208 irrigation shares, 30' X 60' metal sided shop/bunkhouse, 8 stall barn with tack room, 7 stall barn with storage, 10 stall open sided barn with 10 ft alley, 2 stall loafing shed, 14 11' x 24' Run-In Shelters, 135' Round Pen, Priefert six horse panel walker. Many more features and improvements. All you need for a serious horse operation in serious horse country of Miami New Mexico. Additional 150 acres available on south side of road. Miami is at the perfect year round horse training elevation of 6,200. Far enough south to have mostly mild winters. Would be a significant holding in Miami, with a common boundary to the UUBar Ranch. 2011 $1,626.10 Base property tax. estimate.

1,582 acres Raton, NM $1,499,500

1,582 acres Raton, NM

Colfax County Greg Liddle Hayden Outdoors

Type: Acreage w/House 3 Beds | 3 Baths

A ranchers dream getaway. You'll have to overlook the antelope in every direction to capture majestic views of the Pinion Mountains to the south and Kiowa Mesa to the east. Located at the base of the Rockies, with I -25 but a few minutes west and +/-3 hours from Amarillo,Tx, the ranch is wonderfully positioned for the Texas or Oklahoma owner. Just a little more than an hour and you can be at Eagle Nest Lake, Angel Fire, Red River and Taos' incredible galleries and restaurants. And, you??re just a few minutes to the NRA Whittington center, to enjoy a wide array of activities for the sportsman.Located for ultimate privacy, but with views of the entire southern Rockies, is the incredible 4800 sq. ft. (3500 finished, 1300 basement) 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath Custom Log home that has been meticulous appointed with too many options to list, but antique wood stoves, stainless commercial appliances and granite countertops to name just a few. An incredible walk around covered porch makes you feel like John Chisum, and the large study/office overlooking the entire ranch keeps you in touch with the world. A walk-in vault is ready for your custom touches.The heated and insulated 1300 sq. ft. basement easily lends itself to a plethora of options, including hobby rooms, reloading benches, or additional bed or bunk rooms. The ranch would make an ideal headquarters for family retreats, hunting lodge, or the gentlemen's working ranch.An outdoorsman or craftsman will envy the 60 x 90 ft. heated/insulted barn, complete with horse stalls, tack room and feed rooms. A custom metal frame loft adds lots of storage and the custom built green house and chicken coop, complete with fresh eggs every morning, make this ranch property complete. The ranch is on the power grid, but can completely support itself with a brand new propane generator in the event of a power outage.

216 acres Eagle Nest, NM $1,400,000

216 acres Eagle Nest, NM

Colfax County Greg Liddle Hayden Outdoors

Type: Acreage w/House

30% PRICE REDUCTION!!!This 216-acre tract of land is probably the most spectacular estate setting in all ofNorthern New Mexico. Located on the northeast shores of Eagle Nest Lake, this propertyoffers dramatic, jaw-dropping 360-degree views overlooking the lake and most all ofMoreno Valley from north to south, Cimarron Canyon to the east, and the Wheeler PeakWilderness (Taos Mountains) to the west. Beautiful rolling topography with a wonderfulmix of forested areas and open pastures provides a perfect habitat for wildlife, particularly elk and mule deer. Historic Eagle Nest Dam, the largest privately-built damever constructed in the U.S. (1918-1920), abuts the property and created Eagle NestLake. The possibilities for this property are endless ?? exclusive residential development,fishing or hunting lodge, or simply an unparalleled trophy ranch site.The resort areas ofAngel Fire and Red River -- and a jet airport -- are all within a 15-minute drive, andworld-famous Taos is only 30 miles away. Pictures cannot begin to convey just howunique and spectacular this property is.Call Greg Liddle today to schedule an exclusive showing. Co-brokers welcome.

77.5 acres Miami, NM $1,375,000

77.5 acres Miami, NM

Colfax County Timothy John O'Neill O'Neill Land, LLC.

Type: Acreage w/House 4 Beds | 3 Baths | 4 SqFt

Parcel One.77.5 +/- deeded acres. Private 4,800 sq ft double walled adobe home with exposed Aspen beams, T & G ceilings, zoned radiant heat, colored concrete floors, skylights, handicap accessible apartment, passive solar southern orientation, metal roof, many more features. large horse barn with seven stalls, bunkhouse and bathroom, opens out to nice pipe corrals including round pen. Also large metal insulated shop, large metal haybarn/equipment barn and small animal building. property includes 77.25 irrigation shares in the Miami Water users association. Annual dues $7/share. Many trees especially down where the improvements are, irrigation is all gravataional and easily run. Parcel Two, only available with purchase of Parcel One. Parcel Two asking price $560,000. 160 +/- deeded acres. Beuatiful property located on east side of Miami down drainage with mature trees, gently sloping, backing up to historic CS Ranch property. Property is currently used for grazing with approximately 142 irrigation shares in the Miami Water users Association. Annual dues $7/share. Also one water meter installed in the Miami Domestic Water Users Association. 2012 $1,517 Base property tax Parcel One. $95.32 Base property tax Parcel Two.

6 acres Eagle Nest, NM $1,190,000

6 acres Eagle Nest, NM

Colfax County Home Office United Country Real Estate

Type: Commercial

Very successful and established Business in Eagle Nest New Mexico. This Resort business is located on busy US Hwy and close to Eagle Nest Lake State Park & located between sevaral ski & golf resorts. Ample space to increase the business venture. Perfect for a retirement and second career. 11 cabins are equipped with kitchens, heat, color tv, and porch. There are common areas that include BBQ grills, picnic tables, playground, and fish cleaning stations. Also on site are 10 RV stations with full hook ups. Eagle Nest Marina offers boat rentals including deep V and pontoons. Also on site is a tackle store, bait shop, boat repair, and convenience store. They offer guided fishing service as well. Interested in owning your own business in the Eagle Nest New Mexico area? Give us a call on this opportunity.

1,880 acres Raton, NM $940,000

1,880 acres Raton, NM

Colfax County Ranch Marketing Ranch Marketing Associates

Type: Acreage w/House 2944 SqFt

Located in the beautiful Kiowa Valley twenty five miles southeast of Raton, New Mexico and one hour from the Colorado border, the 1,880-acre X Lazy V Ranch is the ideal working cattle operation in an easy to access, scenic and functional setting. Surrounded on three sides by the legendary T O Ranch, established in 1864, the X Lazy V shares the same American West history and stunning northern New Mexico beauty. It is capable of running 180 yearlings or 75 cow/calf pair depending on moisture conditions and is easily kept - covered by hardy Blue Grama Grass which is drought resistant and high in protein. Improvements consist of a remodeled 2,944 sq. ft. adobe and timber home and older barn with working corrals, squeeze and loading chutes, tack room and hay storage and excellent water available via a submergible well, one windmill, two solar wells and four dirt tanks. The property is perimeter fenced and surrounded by mesas and historic volcanoes that enrich the soil with minerals throughout the property and provide ideal feeding grounds and habitat for antelope and other wildlife found year-round on the ranch. Contact Jason Legler or Ron Morris

39 acres Eagle Nest, NM $750,000

39 acres Eagle Nest, NM

Colfax County Greg Liddle Hayden Outdoors

Type: Acreage w/House

25% PRICE REDUCTION!!!!One-of-a-kind setting on the edge of Eagle Nest Lake. Commercial or Recreational opportunities!!!!This 39-acre commercial-zoned property is the site of the Historic Eagle Nest Lodge, for many decades an iconicestablishment on the shores of Eagle Nest Lake. The lodge structures have beenabandoned for a number of years, and would require major renovation or reconstruction.The possibilities are endless -- fishing lodge, bed & breakfast, commercial, recreation, etc.-- or one of the most spectacular estate sites in all of New Mexico. The resort areas ofAngel Fire and Red River -- and a jet airport -- are all within a 15-minute drive, andworld-famous Taos is only 30 miles away. Eagle Nest Lodge -- a Moreno Valley landmark and a true piece of historic America. Let your dreams run wild!!!Please access the link below for extensive information about the historic Eagle Nest Lodge:

939.37 acres Springer, NM $699,000

939.37 acres Springer, NM

Colfax County Timothy John O'Neill O'Neill Land, LLC.

Type: Acreage

939.376 +/- deeded acres including 88 irrigation shares from the Springer Ditch Company. The property is split by I25 and is in two pastures. The main canal for the Springer Ditch Company flows through the southern portion of the property. There is a mature stand of Cottonwood trees flanking each side of the canal on the western pasture of the property and on the south eastern portion of the east pasture. The eastern boundary on the eastern pasture is the railroad right of way, The pastures are typically native species, blue gramma predominating, with some blue stem in the lower part of the irrigated area. The water rights are considered first tier water rights with a higher priority than another irrigation district in the area. the eastern pasture is watered by a well for livestock powered by electricity with a jack pump. The western pasture has historically been watered through a neighbors domestic water tap feeding into a pipe system and three water troughs. There is also two runoff filled lakes and when water is in the irrigation canal, livestock can water. The ranch is accessed via a frontage blacktop road on both sides of I25. There are some dated non usable improvements on the property including a two story home and several barns and outbuildings. One barn is somewhat usable with a small corral near by. This ranch may have seen better days but the land the water and the views are all still there, with the bonus of significant mature Cottonwoods providing a screen from the traffic of I25, there are abundent building site opportunities on the western side of the ranch with big views of the rolling hills that turn into the mountains of the lowere Sangre de Cristo Mountains.

7 acres Angel Fire, NM $599,900

7 acres Angel Fire, NM

Colfax County Home Office United Country Real Estate

Type: Acreage w/House 3 Beds | 3.5 Baths

This Lindal custom home itself is feature rich. Sitting on 7+/- wooded acres with fantastic views, this phenomenal property boasts hardwood floors, hard surface counter tops, vaulted ceiling, hot tub, sauna, decks, and a fireplace that is simply breath taking. With 3 bedrooms, 3.5 baths it offers two master suites. This region offers opportunities for snow skiing, ice hiking, horseback riding, rafting, fly fishing, and more. The owner will consider financing and is including some furnishings.

0.86 acres Angel Fire, NM $599,000

0.86 acres Angel Fire, NM

Colfax County Home Office United Country Real Estate

Type: Residential 4 Beds | 3 Baths

PROPERTY PLENTY OF CABINETS HUGE MASTER SUITE LARGE CLOSETS OPEN FLOOR PLAN UPGRADED APPLIANCES CUSTOM HOME CLOSE TO GOLF COURSE Gorgeous custom Lindal Cedar Home is nestled within the aspen and pines trees and is designed for comfortable living and entertaining! The living area has tongue and groove vaulted ceilings, lots of windows, and a beautiful custom fireplace. The dining area is bright and opens to one of the back decks. The large kitchen is a dream with its openness, plentiful cabinets, abundant granite countertops, farm sink, and upgraded stainless steel appliances. The elegant master suite will simply take your breath away! The very cleverly built master closet is extremely spacious and opens to the laundry room. The large master bathroom has a jetted corner tub, his and her sinks, and a separate shower. The main floor also has an upgraded powder room and an office or 4th bedroom. Upstairs, the home features an open loft currently serving as a library and sitting area, two bedrooms and a Jack and Jill bathroom This home sits on a corner wooded lot with front and back covered porches to enjoy the clean mountain air and ample wildlife. The two car garage is connected with a covered walkway to the home to protect the owners from the weather. As a member of the Angel Fire Resort and Country Club, you will have access to the following amenities: Golfing Snow Skiing Hiking Mountain Biking Ziplining, the one and only in New Mexico Fishing at Monte Verde Lake Fitness Center Heated Pool
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