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82,685 acres Vaughn, NM $14,000,000

82,685 acres Vaughn, NM

Guadalupe County Nick Cortese Fallon-Cortese Land

Type: Acreage w/House 8 Beds | 6 Baths

Tri County Ranch The Tri County Ranch is located 14 miles south of Vaughn, New Mexico along Highway 285. There are about five miles of highway frontage on both sides of the four lane road. Approximately 5 sections lay on the east side of the road with the remaining 125 sections on the west side of Highway 285. There is a county road that runs to the headquarters and continues on out the top of the ranch to the North. The land tenure consists of the following: 46,254 Deeded acres 7,524 New Mexico State Lease acres 29,880 BLM acres 82,685 Total acres or app. 130 sections The ranch is split into 39 pastures and traps ranging from half a section in the smallest trap to 6 sections in the largest pasture. A rotational grazing program has been in use for many years maintaining three herds and rotating through the existing pastures on a regular basis. An extensive water system with many drinkers that have their own storage and many more storage tanks are strategically located to supply the pastures. To maintain the rotational program, the water system is designed to allow each pasture the capability to water 700 cows. The water originates from 8 wells on the ranch, with the strongest one having the capacity of producing 300 gpm. The rest of the wells are from 20 gpm down to the weakest well at 1 gpm. The BLM rates the ranch at 1911 cattle, 75 sheep and 20 horses. Tri County Ranch features a variety of strong grasses, sandy loam and limestone base soil. The ranch is in the middle of great livestock country and is a large established reputation ranch in strong grassland country. The headquarters has one of the largest and well-built set of working pens you will find anywhere. The owner tells of penning 1500 head of cattle in the pens stripping the calves and having three sets of branding pens going at once with ropers dragging calves. By having a large crew they were able to brand all calves by two in the afternoon. There is a 100,000 lb. set of scales in the center of the working pens that are completely electronic. Also, there is a large tub, threading alley and squeeze chute with pregnancy checking capabilities. The main house has a 100 ft. x 100 ft. bottom floor with an upstairs to boot. The bottom floor has four two bedroom one bath apartments complete with full kitchens and living area. On the bottom floor there are two more bedrooms two separate baths, a complete kitchen and utility room with large dining area to hold a large crew of cowboys. The upstairs has six bedrooms and three baths. The previous owner would bring many friends and family to brand the calves in the Spring. At night they would clean up, clean out the barn and have a barn dance. This is a must-see working ranch in the center of Cattle Country New Mexico.

21,850 acres Vaughn, NM $11,000,000

21,850 acres Vaughn, NM

Guadalupe County Ben G. Scott Scott Land Company, LLC

Type: Acreage

La Esquina Ranch-Guadalupe County, NM State: New Mexico Region: East Central New Mexico County: Guadalupe Property Type: All Native Grass Cattle Ranch Acres: 21,850 +/- Deeded Acres 150 +/- Bureau of Land Management Lease 22,000 +/- acres Price: $11,000,000.00 Taxes: Approximately $ 7,085.48 annually Location: Adjacent to and North, Northeast of Vaughn, New Mexico This 22,000 acre working cattle ranch is situated in central New Mexico with the ranch headquarters located at the northeast edge of the city limits of Vaughn and continuing northeast towards Santa Rosa, New Mexico along Hwy 54 with part of the ranch divided by Hwy 54. The headquarters is located on Highways 54/60 just west of the intersection of Highways 54 and 60 and adjacent to the city limits of Vaughn. There is a 1993 Country Wide 28x70 modular home at the headquarters together with a large metal barn and a large set of pens. Also there is a large metal barn and a scale (not presently in use) located on the west side of the ranch. The ranch is watered by a community water line from the city of Vaughn and 3 windmills (windmills are not presently in use) furnishing water for many miles of pipeline to storage tanks which supply water that is piped to 19 drinking tubs strategically placed in every pasture and 19 large dirt tanks (earthen dams). The ranch is fenced and cross fenced into 8 pastures. The fences are average for the area with a woven wire/barbed wire combination on much of the ranch with the balance of the ranch fenced with barbed wire. The terrain is generally grass covered, rolling hills with large wide draws at elevations ranging from 5,850 to 6,000. Pasture grasses include Grama, Side - Oats Grama, Galleta, Sand Drop Seed and Western Love. Some Stag-Horn Cholla are found in the lower areas. This area of New Mexico has been utilized to a large extent in the past for summering light weight steers and heifers with the open, rolling terrain making a yearling operation work well however cow/calf operations are predominant in the area.

17,900 acres Santa Rosa, NM $9,000,000

17,900 acres Santa Rosa, NM

Guadalupe County Charles Bennett United Country - Vista Nueva, Inc.

Type: Acreage 3 Beds | 3 Baths

Here is your opportunity to own one of the most extraordinary ranches in New Mexico located southwest of Santa Rosa. The main headquarter is a historic stagecoach stop, The Ranch has extensive improvements consisting of a main residence, foreman's home and some additional houses. There is a large indoor arena with stalls, outdoor arena, round pen, hospital barn, hay barn, commodity barn, equipment barn and other various outbuildings. The terrain is rolling hill country along Pintada Creek with small canyons and meadows. On the south & west end of the ranch the terrain is more level. The northeast side of the ranch has sub-irrigated meadows. The Pecos River runs on the east boundary of this ranch.

12,718 acres Santa Rosa, NM $5,023,634

12,718 acres Santa Rosa, NM

Guadalupe County Ben G. Scott Scott Land Company, LLC

Type: Acreage

Santa Rosa Ranch/Old Hwy 66 State: New Mexico Region: East Central County: Guadalupe Property Type: Grazing Ranch Acres: 13,358 acres more or less Deeded12,718.06 acres more or less State Leased-640 acres more or less Price: $395.00 per deeded acre (no charge for State Lease) Taxes: Approximately $4,443.34 annually (as received by phone from the tax office) Location: Immediately east of Santa Rosa, New Mexico This ranch is well improved with a complete set of improvements. It is in an excellent location adjacent to Santa Rosa, New Mexico with a small amount of frontage on U.S. Hwy 84, several miles of frontage on Interstate 40 and State Hwy 156 for access to the ranch and has excellent development potential. The ranch is well watered, has strong soils, an excellent turf of grass and a good climate for ranching and living at approximately 4650 above sea level with an estimated 15 annual rainfall composed mostly of rain with some snow. The headquarters is nice with a large home (four bedroom, one full bath, one bath, one half bath and a double garage), a smaller home for guest or employee housing with two bedrooms and one bath, a bunkhouse with a bath, maintenance shop, double overhead feed bins, pens, scale, cattle working/squeeze chute, hay barn, horse stalls, loading/unloading chute, roping arena, several large and small traps at the headquarters in which to wean ranch calves or straighten out (condition) shipped-in cattle and a large bull pasture. The water system at the headquarters is unique with a sweet-water spring located above the headquarters which is piped approximately mile to two large, over-head storage tanks with a booster pump at the headquarters which provides water to the houses, lawn, pens, horse trap and the roping arena. If the need arises, the spring can also be used as a back-up water source for the well presently being used to produce water for the pipeline system. The majority of the ranch is solid-turf, Grama grass covered flats and open, rolling hills with drop-offs to lower elevations which add a very scenic break in the topography. There are scattered Cedar and Stag- Horn Cholla on a small part of the ranch. Grasses on the ranch are predominantly Blue and Black Grama along with Side Oats Grama and Little Blue Stem. Hunting on the ranch consists of a number of antelope, mule deer and blue quail. Several quality bucks have been taken on the ranch over the years. The ranch is divided into 3 parcels by State Hwy 156 and Interstate 40 as follows: Parcel 1: The Headquarters is located approximately 2 miles from Santa Rosa, New Mexico on Hwy.156 and an all-weather road into the headquarters offering easy access yet quiet seclusion at the headquarters. There are approximately 6946 acres south of Hwy. 156 and east of Hwy 84 which is watered by a domestic well equipped with a submersible electric motor and pump on electricity and a 1 HP booster pump (dummy well) at the headquarters to provide water for approximately 7 miles of underground 2 PVC pipeline with large water storage tanks located appropriately on the pipeline to provide storage for a number of rubber-tire drinkers. As mentioned earlier in this information, the spring at the headquarters can also be used to provide water for the pipeline when needed. There is a domestic well equipped with a submersible electric motor and pump on electricity located above the spring (which is located above the headquarters) which appears to be drilled into the same formation as the spring. This well waters the area above the headquarters and could be tied into the pipeline from the spring to the headquarters with very little effort if ever needed. On Parcel 1 there are also six domestic wells equipped with windmills. One of the wells and mill is in use at this time; four have good holes (mills need repairing) and one well needs down-hole repair. The five wells are not in use at this time due to the pipeline system which very adequately waters Parcel 1. A large, dog kennel is also located at the headquarters. Parcel 2: This area of the ranch which is located north of Hwy. 156 and south of I-40 contains approximately 4255 acres including 640 acres of state leased land. This area of the ranch is watered by a pipeline under Hwy. 156 from the pipeline system on Parcel 1 to a drinker on the north side of Hwy. 156, a domestic well equipped with a submersible electric motor and pump, two windmills (one in use-one mill needs repair) and four earthen dams (tanks) (according to the owner one of the four has not been dry since he owned the ranch) and a small spring which, according to the owner, does not go dry. There is a set of wood and wire branding pens on this area of the ranch. This area has approximately 4 miles of highway frontage on both I-40 and Hwy. 156. Parcel 3: This area of the ranch is located north of I-40 with a very small portion being on the south side of I-40 and contains approximately 2,157 acres watered by three domestic wells equipped with windmills (one is in use, one needs repairs on the windmill motor and one has problems down-hole) and four earthen dams (tanks) with a good set of pipe/guard rail working pens with water provided for the pens by approximately mile of pipeline to the pens. There is a concrete tunnel with a concrete bottom under I-40 for purposes of moving cattle back and forth from the north side of I-40 to the small parcel south of I-40. The tunnel will accommodate both livestock and/or a large pick-up truck and trailer. There is a small amount of highway frontage on the north side and the south side of I-40. All in all, this ranch is very adequately improved to accommodate a working cattle operation. The improvements on the ranch are in good repair, fences are above average throughout the ranch, it is well-watered by the springs, wells and the pipeline system with domestic wells ranging from 10 ft. in depth to approximately 270 ft. (most wells are less than 100 ft. however one well is approximately 548 ft. deep but is not in use at this time due to its depth and the pipeline very adequately servicing the drinker at this well and the area around it). Improved Grazing Ranch. Headquarters with main home, guest house, bunkhouse, maintenance shop, cattle working pens, roping arena, etc. Sweet-water Spring. Wells. Pipeline. Strong Soils. Excellent Turf (predominantly Blue and Black Grama along with Side Oats Grama and Little Blue Stem). Scenic Breaks. Good Ranching Climate. Hunting. Excellent Access. Development Potential.

9,386 acres Fort Sumner, NM $4,693,000

9,386 acres Fort Sumner, NM

Guadalupe County Ben G. Scott Scott Land Company, LLC

Type: Acreage

Horse Track Ranch State: New Mexico Region: Central New Mexico County: Guadalupe/DeBaca Property Type: Grazing cattle ranch Acres: 9,385.81 acres more or less Price: $500.00 per acre Taxes: Location: Approximately 15 miles north of Fort Sumner, NM on US Hwy 84 This 9,385.81 acre all deeded cattle ranch with state-of-the-art improvements is located approximately 15 miles north of Fort Sumner on US Hwy 84, predominantly in Guadalupe County with a small part in DeBaca County. This area of New Mexico has a mild climate with a 180 day growing season, elevation at the ranch is approximately 4500 above sea level with average annual rain fall (rain and snow) estimated at 14.8 per year. The ranch is located on the confluence of wet weather Alamogordo, Portrillo and Butt Creeks which flow southwest towards Lake Sumner which is well developed with homes, restaurant, bait store, boat ramps, etc. providing recreation such as boating and fishing for the area as well as water for irrigation in the Fort Sumner area. The owner is a gifted artisan and the complete headquarters is extremely well appointed. The main residence is a double-wide, modular home with three bedrooms, two baths and a large attached garage. The home has a very attractive stucco exterior and the owner has added two full porches (both front and back), the large double-car garage, a large office/mud-room and has covered the complete residence with a new metal roof. The back yard is fenced and well maintained. Also at the headquarters there is a two bedroom, one bath residence for employee housing (or a guest house) that has been updated, a bunk house, nice horse barns and pens, cutting horse training pens, a large metal hay barn partially enclosed, a three bin over-head feed storage with 60,000 pound capacity, a good shop area and an open front metal shed which provides covered parking space for vehicles and equipment. Water quality is good and water is well distributed throughout the ranch, several of the wells are used just as a back-up in the event of windmill or pump trouble and several of the windmills have a back-up submersible electric motor and pump mounted to the bottom of the cylinder with electricity to be supplied by a portable generator. This extremely well watered ranch has thirteen wells located throughout the pastures together with approximately five miles of pipeline and six large storage tanks situated strategically throughout the ranch. Pumping levels on the ranch range from 20 to 209. Water is pumped by eleven windmills and two submersible electric motors and pumps on electricity. There are four additional wells which supply water for the headquarters and the surrounding area which are equipped with submersible electric motors and pumps on electricity. There is a state-of-the-art set of pens at the headquarters which are complete with a hydraulic squeeze chute, a livestock scale and a permanent loading/unloading chute. There are also three state-of-the-art branding/gathering pens situated strategically throughout the ranch to provide working facilities and water for several adjoining pastures at each set of pens. There are ten pastures and six traps with all fences being five strands of barbed wire in excellent condition. The pens at the headquarters are used by owner to train and work cutting horses one horse walker, cutting training pen with mechanical flag system. There is also an old homestead on the ranch from many years past that has an old set of pens which have been added to and with some work, a useable barn. At this old homestead there is a well pumping from 20 which is equipped with a submersible electric motor and pump on electricity with several springs flowing south of the old homestead. There is an area of Cedar breaks in the southeast corner of the ranch which also provide a beautiful area of the ranch for picnicking as well as winter protection for wild game and livestock. Large trees around many of the watering areas and along the creeks in several areas of the ranch also provide beauty, recreation and protection for the livestock and wild game. Hunting on the ranch consists of Mule Deer, Quail, Antelope and seasonal wild Turkey. The ranch is fairly level with open, rolling hills and slopes to the creeks. Pastura, Harvey and Clovis soil types yield strong grass production. Grassed found on the ranch are Blue, Black, Side Oats and Hairy Grama, Buffalo, Desert Salt Grass, Bottle Bash, Squirrel Trail, Galleta, Tobosa, Mesquite, Bluestem, Indian Grass, Alkali Sacaton and Sand Dropseed. SELDOM ARE RANCHES OF THIS QUALITY ON THE MARKET WITH THE ADDED BONUS OF OLD GRASS AND ARE READY TO RANCH! 9,385.81 acre all deeded cattle ranch located approximately 15 miles north of Fort Sumner on US Hwy 84. Homes, State-of-the-art pens, Hunting, Watered throughout, Productive Soil and Grass, Scenic Rolling Hills. Seldom are ranches of this quality on the market with the added bonus of old grass and ready to ranch!

15,000 acres Santa Rosa, NM $4,425,000

15,000 acres Santa Rosa, NM

Guadalupe County Dave Kern Kern Land, Inc.

Type: Acreage

Milagro Ranch THE PROPERTY: The Milagro Ranch is a productive cattle operation in the rolling grama grass country of East Central New Mexico, 25 miles west of Santa Rosa, in Guadalupe County. The ranch is made up of 15,000 deeded acres, more or less, and approximately 960 acres of land within the ranch that is used but not owned (other ownership acreage). For many years the ranch has been used for cows and calves year-round; however, the ranch should work well for yearlings during the growing season. The Milagro Ranch is located approximately 1 hours from both Albuquerque and Santa Fe. TERRAIN AND VEGETATION: The Milagro Ranch lies in low rolling hills with wide, shallow grassy draws that empty into playa lakes. Rains during the summer growing season fill the playa lakes most years, providing extra water for livestock into the winter months. Scattered stands of juniper trees throughout the ranch provide winter protection for the cows and calves. The principal forage grasses on the Milagro Ranch are blue grama, sideoates grama and galleta. Cool season grasses include buckgrass and western wheatgrass. Winter browses include winterfat, chamisa, estafiata and some years filaree. According to a map provided by New Mexico State University, the Milagro Ranch lies in a 14 average annual rainfall belt. Elevations on the ranch range from 5700 to just over 6000. CARRYING CAPACITIES: The Milagro Ranch lies in an area that generally supports 14 animal units per section in a typical year, or 45 acres for a cow/calf pair, which indicates an approximate carrying capacity for the ranch of 350 animal units depending on range conditions and moisture. Most cow/calf operators in the area start calving in late February to early March. Although yearlings have not been run on the Milagro Ranch in recent years, a rancher in a typical summer season might expect to run 800 to 1000 yearlings, with average gains in the range of 250#s to 300#s for a full growing season. Most yearling operators bring cattle into the area when the grass greens up, usually early to mid-May and take them out in early October. LIVESTOCK WATERING SYSTEM: Water from 2 electric submersible wells is pumped by a jet-pump to a large steel storage tank on a high hill 2 miles north of the ranch headquarters. Water from this storage gravity feeds throughout the ranch to every pasture and trap, supplying water through approximately 15 miles of pipeline to 19 livestock drinkers. Numerous playa lakes and dirt tanks throughout the ranch generally catch large amounts of water during the growing season and hold water into the winter months most years. IMPROVEMENTS: The Milagro Ranch is fenced into 4 large pastures, with 3 traps located around the headquarters. Most of the fencing on the ranch is net wire on cedar posts with barbed wire above. Shipping pens with scales are located at the headquarters approximately 1 mile off of pavement. A set of working pens is located in a corner where 3 large pastures join, in about the center of the ranch. An old rock house on the ranch has not been occupied in many years and is not habitable. WILDLIFE: Mule deer and Pronghorn Antelope live throughout the area. PRICE: $4,425,000 based on 15,000 deeded acres at $295 per acre. TAXES: Real estate taxes have approximated $2500 for the last few years. BROKERS COMMENTS: The Milagro Ranch is located in the heart of strong grass country, with good access to I-40, for easy movement of cattle to market in any direction. The ranch has not been abused during the recent drought and is still home to about 150 pairs at this writing in the spring of 2014. The demand for good production ranches in eastern New Mexico is exceeding the supply, especially since our good late summer rains in 2013. If you are a cattleman or ranch investor looking for an economical, 300- to 400-cow ranch in the heart of some of New Mexicos best and most accessible cow country, please give us the opportunity to show you the productive Milagro Ranch, halfway between Tucumcari and Albuquerque, New Mexico.

2,255.63 acres Santa Rosa, NM $1,563,570

2,255.63 acres Santa Rosa, NM

Guadalupe County Myra Oden United Country Farm & Home Realty

Type: Acreage

Recreational retreat or build a retirement home. Portrillo Creek has 17 lots available ranging in size from 140 to 170 acres of gently rolling hills to more rugged hills and canyons on the northern part of the ranch. Majestic views of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains and Glorieta Mesa. Peace and quiet, beautiful views, all within easy driving distance of New Mexico's two major cities, first class ski resorts, and national forests for the outdoorsman. The Albuqureque International Sunport is only an hour away and the City Different, Santa Fe, is just over an hour's drive. Long term fixed rate owner financing is available on all tracts.

4,310 acres Cuervo, NM $1,400,750

4,310 acres Cuervo, NM

Guadalupe County Nick Cortese Fallon-Cortese Land

Type: Acreage

Located 9 miles North of I-40 in Northeastern New Mexico. 4,310 Deeded acres priced at $325 per acre or $1,400,750. Additional 1,440 acres of low cost leases thrown in. For a total of 5,750 acres, A beautiful private end of the county road property. Two wells, spring, mesas, trees, some game. Ideal for horses or cattle. Rested and ready to stock. Good corrals with chutes and scales. Old rock school house. Indian petroglyphs and altogether very scenic. Fallon-Cortese Land Fort Sumner, NM Office 575-355-2855 Emmet Fallon 575-760-3838, Nick Cortese 575-760-3818, Kelly Sparks 575-760-9214 Price: $1,400,750

1,760 acres Newkirk, NM $1,056,000

1,760 acres Newkirk, NM

Guadalupe County Ben G. Scott Scott Land Company, LLC

Type: Acreage

Tortuga Ranch State: New Mexico Region: East Central New Mexico County: Guadalupe Property Type: Ranch/Grazing Acres: 1760 deeded acres Price: $600.00 per acre Taxes: $222.91 Annually Location: 8 miles northwest of Newkirk, NM The Tortuga Ranch is a nice, smaller cattle ranch with level to rolling sandy loam terrain covered with blue, black and side-oats grama, little blue stem and galleta grasses with scattered cholla and cedars, a mild climate, an estimate 180 day growing season, elevation at 4380 above sea level and an annual rainfall estimated at 15 of moisture per year allowing for a year round operation. The ranch is located 5 miles west of Newkirk, New Mexico on the I-40 access road (Old Hwy. 66- paved) to Brahma Road (all-weather road) and 3 miles north to the ranch affording seclusion yet accessibility. This ranch is well improved as follows: 1. A main dwelling with three bedrooms, two baths, approximately 1680 sq.ft. of living area, a metal roof, wood siding and a 16X30 carport. 2. A 12 X 24 bunk house with a wood burning stove. 3. A new metal storage 40 X 20 building with 110/220 electricity, a 20 X 30 shop and a 20 X 20 horse barn. 4. The ranch is watered by four windmills located throughout the ranch, approximately one mile of pipeline, two wells at the headquarters equipped with submersible electric motors and pumps on electricity and earthen dams. Well depths range from 65 to 90. 5. There is a set of steel cattle working pens and good to excellent fences throughout the ranch. 6. Hunting in this area consists of mule deer, antelope and quail. Nice cattle ranch located 5 miles west of Newkirk, NM with level to rolling terrain. Main Home, Bunk House, Horse Barn, Storage Building/Shop, Windmills, Cattle Working Pens, Excellent Fences and Hunting. PLEASE CALL FOR FURTHER DETAILS AND TO ARRANGE AN APPOINTMENT FOR MR. GABEL TO SHOW THE RANCH!

781.15 acres Santa Rosa, NM $555,659

781.15 acres Santa Rosa, NM

Guadalupe County Myra Oden United Country Farm & Home Realty

Type: Acreage

Recreational retreat or build a retirement home. Portrillo Creek has 5 lots available ranging in size from 140 to 170 acres of gently rolling hills to more rugged hills and canyons on the northern part of the ranch. Majestic views of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains and Glorieta Mesa. Peace and quiet, beautiful views, all within easy driving distance of New Mexico's two major cities, first class ski resorts, and national forests for the outdoorsman. The Albuqureque International Sunport is only an hour away and the City Different, Santa Fe, is just over an hour's drive. Long term fixed rate owner financing is available on all tracts.

313.11 acres Santa Rosa, NM $273,474

313.11 acres Santa Rosa, NM

Guadalupe County Myra Oden United Country Farm & Home Realty

Type: Acreage

Recreational retreat or build a retirement home. Portrillo Creek has 2 lots available ranging in size from 140 to 170 acres of gently rolling hills to more rugged hills and canyons on the northern part of the ranch. Majestic views of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains and Glorieta Mesa. Peace and quiet, beautiful views, all within easy driving distance of New Mexico's two major cities, first class ski resorts, and national forests for the outdoorsman. The Albuqureque International Sunport is only an hour away and the City Different, Santa Fe, is just over an hour's drive. Long term fixed rate owner financing is available on all tracts.

172.11 acres Santa Rosa, NM $171,249

172.11 acres Santa Rosa, NM

Guadalupe County Myra Oden United Country Farm & Home Realty

Type: Acreage

New Mexico Land For Ranching or Recreation. Recreational retreat or build a retirement home. Portrillo Creek offers lots ranging from 140 to 170 acres of gently rolling hills to more rugged hills and canyons. Majestic views of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains & Glorieta Mesa. Peace and quiet, beautiful views, all within easy driving distance to NM's two major cities, first rate ski resorts & national forests. Prices start at $500/ac, with 20 yr. owner financing, and as little as 5% down. Call Listing Office for plat maps and directions to specific lot locations.

140.01 acres Albuquerque, NM $125,389

140.01 acres Albuquerque, NM

Guadalupe County Sam Poorman Ranch Enterprises

Type: Acreage

Tract 24, Phase I, Portillo Creek Ranch is located on the western edge of Guadalupe County just north of Interstate Highway 40. Sante Fe and Albuquerque are both just a little over an hours drive from the ranch. Portrillo Creek Ranch offers majestic views of the Sangre De Cristo Mountains and Gloriete Mesa from just about every tract on the ranch. The terrain on the ranch varies from gently rolling hills on the southern part of the ranch to more rugged hills and canyons on the northern part of the ranch. The southern part of the ranch has scattered mountain juniper trees, electricity available to many of the tracts. This part of the ranch has tract sizes ranging from 145 acres to 168 acres. The northern part of the ranch is more rugged with a good covering of mountain juniper, pinon pines and escarpment oak. This part of the ranch has tract sizes ranging from 141 acres to 185 acres. Long term owner financing will be available on all tracts.

161.8 acres Albuquerque, NM $112,151

161.8 acres Albuquerque, NM

Guadalupe County Sam Poorman Ranch Enterprises

Type: Acreage

TRACT 20 Portillo Creek Ranch is located on the western edge of Guadalupe County just north of Interstate Highway 40. Sante Fe and Albuquerque are both just a little over an hours drive from the ranch. indispensable to a fast-growing city. Portrillo Creek Ranch offers majestic views of the Sangre De Cristo Mountains and Gloriete Mesa from just about every tract on the ranch. The terrain on the ranch varies from gently rolling hills on thesouthern and western part of the ranch to more rugged hills and canyons on the northern part of the ranch. Electricity is available to most tracts in the ranch. Portrillo Creek Ranch is the perfect location for individuals looking for a weekend retreat or a place to build a retirement home. Peace and quiet, beautiful views and within easy driving distance of New Mexico's two major cities, first class ski resorts, and national forests for the outdoorsman. Long term fixed rate owner financing is available on all tracts. For more information call us toll free at 877-797-2624 .

146.17 acres Santa Rosa, NM $101,588

146.17 acres Santa Rosa, NM

Guadalupe County Sam Poorman Ranch Enterprises

Type: Acreage

Tract 17 Portrillo Creek Ranch, Phase 2 has road frontage on two sides, scenic views, good pasture land with scattered Juniper trees. Electricity runs along the access road at the front of the property. Seller's offer long term (20 yr.) fixed rate financing with as little as 5% down payment. This is a platted subdivision approved by the Guadalupe Commissioner's Court, all easements and the plat are recorded in the Plat Records of Guadalupe County, NM. Portrillo Creek Ranch is one of our favorite New Mexico ranches and is located on the western edge of Guadalupe County just north of Interstate Highway 40. Sante Fe and Albuquerque are both just a little over an hours drive from the ranch. Santa Fe is one of the great destination cities of the world. Santa Fe is nestled in the foothills, at the southern tip of the Rocky Mountains at an altitude of 7,000 feet. The city occupies 33.4 square miles in a valley above the Rio Grande amongst mountains that reach to over 12,000 feet. Thousands of acres of National Forest and wilderness surround the city, and yet it is only an hour's drive to the Albuquerque International Airport. Portrillo Creek Ranch offers majestic views of the Sangre De Cristo Mountains and Gloriete Mesa from just about every tract on the ranch.The terrain on the ranch varies from gently rolling hills/pasture land with scattered Juniper trees on the southern part of the ranch to more rugged Juniper and Pinon Pine covered hills and canyons on the northern part of the ranch. Portrillo Creek Ranch is the perfect location for individuals looking for a weekend retreat or a place to build a retirement home. Peace and quiet, beautiful views and within easy driving distance of New Mexico's two major cities, first class ski resorts, and national forests for the outdoorsman.
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