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16,716 acres Chama, NM $41,791,300

16,716 acres Chama, NM

Rio Arriba County Sam Middleton Chas. S. Middleton and Son

Type: Acreage w/House

Location: This exceptional ranch is located in the heart of northern New Mexico, just west of Chama, in beautiful Rio Arriba County. The property is positioned along a major migration route for elk and mule deer heading out of the Colorado high-country toward wintering grounds in Northern New Mexico. The northern boundary of the ranch is less than one-half mile from the Colorado State Line. Acres: 16,716.52 Acres Terrain: Elevations on the ranch range from approximately 7,800 feet to over 9,800 feet near the northwest side of the property. The property offers scenic panoramic views of the productive meadows, timbered forest lands, snow-capped mountain peaks in nearby Colorado, and the beautiful Chama Valley. Topography is diverse, with the southern portion of the ranch offering open, grassy, rolling and hilly country with scattered canopies of Ponderosa Pine and Mountain Oak. As elevations increase, the south-central and eastern boundaries of the ranch become much more mountainous, with several pronounced canyons draining to the lower country. These rugged and timbered mountain slopes and ridges have sand stone rock outcroppings throughout, with timber cover increasing with elevation. Oak, Pine, Spruce, Fir, and Quaking Aspen can be found throughout the ranch. The central portion of the property is a wide, lush, creek bottom meadow that elevates to higher mountain country on the east portion of the ranch and also along the Continental Divide to the west. Water: The ranch is very well watered by Willow Creek, numerous tributaries, many mountain springs, and over 25 earthen ponds. The larger ponds are stocked with trout. Willow Creek provides the major drainage through the ranch. The creek's headwaters begin in the northern portion of the property and drain in a south to southeasterly direction throughout the entirety of the ranch. Additional sources of water include five permitted water wells. One of the wells reportedly produces approximately 80 gallons per minute. Access: Access to the ranch is by paved highway frontage. Hunting/Recreation: Hunting throughout this region of New Mexico is spectacular. Native elk and mule deer grow to Boone and Crockett size. The number of elk permits issued by the New Mexico Department of Game and Fish is governed by a Special Management Plan. Currently, the ranch receives 63 bull elk rifle permits and 24 bull elk bow permits. Northern New Mexico offers some of the greatest fishing opportunities in the country and trout fishing in the major ponds on the ranch is an added benefit. An 8 foot high game fence area containing approximately 2,000 acres is constructed in a very rugged mountainous portion of the eastern side of the property. The New Mexico Game and Fish Department granted the ranch a Class A Game Park Permit, which allows the ranch to raise their own private elk herd within the high fenced park. Domestic elk were shipped in from Colorado and currently there are approximately 519 privately owned elk located within the park. The advantage of a Class A Game Park is that the owner may decide his own hunting seasons and harvesting rates within the confines of the park. Improvements: A large, partial two story, hunting lodge is located in the southern portion of the ranch. The lodge features 11 bedrooms and 10 bathrooms, along with a commercial kitchen and large great room. Additionally, a 10,000 square foot barn houses the elk handling facility which is used for artificial insemination of the private elk herd. This first class set of handling pens is equipped with a hydraulic chute, sorting pens, alleys, and a maze of overhead cat walks for ease in handling the elk. The barn also contains a walk-in cooler, large shop, office, kitchen, five upstairs bedrooms (used by hunting guides), a downstairs apartment and four bathrooms. A more complete list of improvements and equipment is available. Remarks: The numerous improvements on the property are all well kept and remain in first class condition. The structural improvements, high game fencing, buried waterlines and electric lines, wells, extensive road network, and numerous other improvements offer an attractive depreciation schedule to the purchaser. This exceptional ranch is ready to operate and enjoy. This price includes all privately owned elk and an inventory of essential ranch equipment and rolling stock. Minerals: One-half of the minerals and 100% of the executive leasing rights will be included at the $41,791,300 price. Should a purchaser want 100% of the mineral rights, the seller will convey all minerals at a total consideration of $45,000,000. In today's real estate market, with minerals often times being so valuable, it is extremely seldom a ranch is ever offered for sale with 100% of the minerals available. At this price, the seller will include the Essential Ranch Equipment and also the Heavy Equipment Inventory (List Available). Price: $2,500 per acre

3,480 acres Chama, NM $6,950,000

3,480 acres Chama, NM

Rio Arriba County Dave Harrigan and Hunter Harrigan Harrigan Land Company

Type: Acreage w/House 3800 SqFt

The Irish Harp Ranch, located between Chama, New Mexico and Pagosa Springs, Colorado, lies in the heart of some of the Rockies' best trophy mule deer and elk hunting. Deer hunters have long recognized the nearby Jicarilla Reservation as home to some of the finest trophy mule deer on the continent (many in the 190- to 200-class), and the ideal habitat of the Irish Harp Ranch attracts these quality deer as well. Add in strong populations of elk, black bear, turkey and mountain lion, and the ranch adds up to a readily-accessible, yet private piece of hunting paradise hard to find anywhere else south of Alaska. Hunters looking for a large, diversified hunting preserve for private or possible commercial use will be hard-pressed to locate a finer piece of property. Situated just south of the Colorado border, the Irish Harp Ranch covers 3000 deeded and 450 leased acres of towering ponderosa pine, scrub oak, Douglas fir and grasslands at an elevation of about 8000 feet. Mesas and canyons break up the landscape and provide numerous hideouts for mule deer and elk to reach trophy proportions. Springs and year-round Webb Creek provide ample water for wildlife. Privacy is a valuable asset here, as the ranch is almost entirely surrounded by other large ranches and has no public access. The landowner receives a liberal 19 bull elk tags annually and qualifies for landowner deer tags, making a commercial hunting operation here a serious possibility. As a comfortable hunting retreat, the ranch is a turnkey operation, featuring a spacious 3800 square-foot log lodge at the ranch headquarters. You can watch wildlife from its large covered deck, lounge with a good book in the attractive Great Room, or prepare a gourmet meal in its excellent kitchen. This beautifully-designed building complements the New Mexico mountains perfectly, winter and summer. Nearby, a three-bay, heated steel garage and machine shop gives all the space you'll need to keep the ranch running in top form. Hunting, of course, is the prime attraction at the Irish Harp Ranch, but Webb Creek feeds a trout pond near the lodge, and the world-famous San Juan River below Navajo Dam is only about 90 minutes away. Photographers will appreciate the ever-changing views of the cliffs on the ranch, and the views of the South San Juans are spectacular, particularly from the crest of Briggs Mesa. The hot springs of Pagosa Springs invite a winter's dip and are only about 30 minutes away, and history buffs will enjoy Chama, western terminus of the Cumbres and Toltec narrow gauge railroad, about 20 minutes distant. For the ultimate cultural experience, Santa Fe is only about a two-hour drive. Downhill skiers will find some of the deepest powder in the United States at Wolf Creek, only about an hour's drive. Prime big game hunting and a prime location for many other activities place the Irish Harp Ranch a cut above the crowd. New Mexico is rightly called the Land of Enchantment, and places like the Irish Harp Ranch show us why. Contact Harrigan Land Company and talk to us about scheduling your enchanting visit to this special part of the Rockies.

1,236 acres Tierra Amarilla, NM $5,156,100

1,236 acres Tierra Amarilla, NM

Rio Arriba County Jeff Copeland Mossy Oak Properties of Texas - Bandera Division

Type: Residential

This is a one-of-a-kind 1236-acre hunting property available in northern New Mexico. The ranch, located in the Ticonderoga gated private community near Tierra Amarillo, NM in Rio Arriba County was once a portion of the famed Mundy Ranch where the Mundy Buck was taken in 1962. Property is comprised of rolling terrain featuring elevations from about 7700' up to over 10,000' offering great habitat and big game hunting opportunities for elk, mule deer, bear and turkey. The 4br/4.5ba home on the property is as awesome as the views it affords and it comes completely furnished, ready to be enjoyed by the new owners. Chavez Creek borders a portion of the ranch and several small ponds scattered throughout the ranch provide water for the wildlife. There is a good road system in place to provide access to the lush meadows in the higher country. This recreational land for sale is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to own a piece of mule deer hunting history. Seller will consider dividing property. Call for details.

18,317 acres Chama, NM $1,950,000

18,317 acres Chama, NM

Rio Arriba County Bart Miller Mason Morse Ranch Company

Type: Acreage w/House

Extraordinary 1/33rd fractional ownership of 18,317 +/- of undeveloped acres that includes flowered meadows, timbered hillsides, and sweeping vistas accessible by ranch roads and trails in Colorado, just minutes from Chama, New Mexico. The ranch encompasses approximately ten miles of private access to the Chama River plus twelve alpine lakes, offering one of the finest fishing experiences available in the Rocky Mountains. The ranch offers luxurious lodging, professional managers, and world-class elk hunting. Experience solitude and enchantment unparalled anywhere else.

36 acres Tierra Amarilla, NM $1,395,000

36 acres Tierra Amarilla, NM

Rio Arriba County Jeff Copeland Mossy Oak Properties of Texas - Bandera Division

Type: Residential

Gorgeous home on 36 acres in the Ticonderoga subdivision is accessed by entering the gated community from State Highway 512. Home for sale is located between Chama and Tierra Amarilla, NM, in Rio Arriba County. Luxurious 4400 sq\. ft., 4 br/4.5 ba home is fully furnished and ready to be enjoyed. Huge, breathtaking views from the home, deck and hot tub. Seller also owns nearby recreational land for sale that can be purchased which offers great hunting for elk, mule deer, bears and turkey. Home must be seen to be appreciated.

217 acres Tierra Amarilla, NM $799,000

217 acres Tierra Amarilla, NM

Rio Arriba County Tom Morse Legacy Properties West Sotheby's International Realty

Type: Acreage

With breathtaking views of the Brazos Cliffs, this 217 acre high country ranch offers a private picturesque escape. The ranch is located just East of Tierra Amarilla, New Mexico, on Scenic Highway 64, and within minutes of the one-and-a-half-million-acre Carson National Forest. The ranch encompasses a forest of spruce and aspen intertwined with open meadows. This wildlife haven has all the elements sought after for a mountain retreat or hunting camp.

117 acres Coyote, NM $336,000

117 acres Coyote, NM

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

Type: Acreage

Surrounded by the Santa Fe National Forest with rock cliffs, forest, and broad meadows shelter Elk, Mule Deer, and many other game animals. Agua Sarca Ranch was originally settle by the migratory Navajo and Apache, this land remains unchanged. The property has been in the same Spanish family for decades and only now are they sharing they secret with the rest of the world. Location: Rancho Agua Sarca includes 117 deeded acres is located 20 Miles West of Abiquiu (Georgia OKeefe Country) on New Mexico Highway 96. Surrounded by Santa Fe National Forest near the site of a prehistoric Tewa Pueblo (Tsi-p'in-owinge') dating back to the 13th to 16th centuries. Spanish settlers ventured here in the 1730s but frequently abandoned their ranchos and farms because of the continual raiding by nomadic Indians. The intertribal warfare plus the mistrust of the settlers by the Indians was bloody and brutal. Young Indian children were captured from one tribe by another tribe and traded or sold to Hispanic settlers. These children were raised in the Hispanic culture, spoke Spanish, became Christians and were given Spanish names. They were called Genizaros. Thirty-eight Genizaro families settled the community on land grants given to them by Governor Tomas Velez Capuchin in 1754. It was Governor Capuchins idea that these families would establish a defensive position against the unrest in the area. The new community was called the Pueblo de Abiquiu and Coyote was the Western edge of this defensive community. When peace finally came to the area the Pueblo became an important trading center for a large area of the Southwest. Spanish settlements expanded but good relations with the Ute Indians deteriorated because of land disputes. In 1844 more than 1000 Utes came to Abiquiu with a list of grievances. When they could get no satisfaction about 100 Utes travelled on to Santa Fe to meet with the Governor. A fight ensued, 8 Utes were killed, and a new war continued for 5 years. A peace treaty was signed in 1849 but never ratified by Congress. Over the next 40 years Indians were given empty promises and moved to reservations northwest of Abiquiu and in Colorado. During the period of Mexican sovereignty and continuing with American control, the governing philosophy was that land grants like the one in Abiquiu area needed to be broken up and individual deeds given to people who had settled specific tracts of land. But land ownership disputes were not easily resolved. Residents had no knowledge of deeds or experience with the legalities of land ownership. Questions were complicated by the fact that if an area was not actively farmed the American government converted it to public land. Despite disputes, the Pueblo de Abiquiu and others were able to protect their land grants. In 1909 the US Court of Private Land Claims validated the entire 16,000 acres to the communities. The fate of other area land grants in the Piedre Lumbre Valley was not so clear. Today, This historic land and the good neighbors that live here are proud of their ancestors and eager to share this beautiful place with new owners. Whether guiding hunts, cutting wood, exploring the mountains, this is a rare look back and into the future!

0.45 acres Espanola, NM $1,200

Rio Arriba County Kent Taylor 1881.com Investments

Type: Acreage

Area/subdivision Acres/size +/- legal description/address power/ phone Notes $$$$ Fiesta Ranchos .45 ac Unit A3 Block A Lot 27 unknown close to Espanola 1200

1,200 acres Tierra Amarilla, NM $1,495,000

1,200 acres Tierra Amarilla, NM

Rio Arriba County Wolfgang Rempen New Mexico Ranch Pros/R&R Real Estate Partners LLC

Type: Acreage

Income producing! Asking price for the entire gated community subdivision of approximate 1,200 acres remaining on this ranch is $ 1,495,000. There are approx. 120 10-acre lots available (this number changes ongoingly) which are sold for $ 29,000 each, one 10-acre lot at the Rio Nutrias Canyon is offered for $ 45,000 and one 5-acre lot at the Chama River is priced at $ 22,500. Alternatively, lot combinations in these ranch sizes are offered at discounted prices: 20 acres (2-lot combo) are $ 50,000 30 acres (3-lot combo) are $ 72,000 40 acres (4-lot combo) are $ 92,000 50 acres (5-lot combo) are $ 110,000 100 acres (10-lot combo) are $ 200,000 The total retail value of all lots is as much as $ 3,460,500. The total wholesale value of the entire ranch is $ 1,545,000. The entire ranch is surrounded by public lands on three sides: to the north lies the Rio Chama State Wildlife Area which encompasses both the El Vado Lake as well as Lake Heron, two of the main trout, salmon fishing and water sport attractions in northern New Mexico. Along its western and southern boundary run the Rio Chama and Rio Nutrias, both of which are highly recognized in the fly fishing community of New Mexico for their abundance of blue trout. Nearby Abiquiu Lake and the renowned Ghost Ranch have become known around the world thanks to Georgia OKeefes celebrated paintings. Abiquiu Lake is a mere 30 minutes south from Ranchos del Vado. The ranch borders along its eastern boundary another privately held large ranch. Hunting is allowed across the ranch, with elk, deer and turkey being quite abundant. Should you prefer water sports, Heron Lake is a wake-free lake whereas El Vado and Abiquiu Lakes allow motor boating of all varieties. Skiers and snowboarders will not have it very far to Pagosa Springs, Durango and Wolf Creek in Colorado or Santa Fe. Well maintained gravel roads run for 28 miles throughout the ranch. An electric power line runs across the ranch, and telephone lines are buried along each of the roadways throughout the ranch. A few land owners on the ranch have drilled wells and obtained excellent drinking water at a depth of around 350 feet. In summary, the Ranchos del Vado Ranch is placed in one of the best spots in New Mexico. With water being of highest value in New Mexico, this ranchs close proximity to the Chama and Nutrias Rivers as well as the El Vado, Heron and Abiquiu Lakes, this ranch has it all. The fact that it has already been subdivided and entirely surveyed adds additional value. There is no better opportunity in New Mexico to enjoy fishing, hunting, horseback riding, winter sports, boating, snowmobiling, riding your ATV, or just to hike and enjoy the gorgeous ponderosa and canyon landscape and the views towards the distant snow-capped Colorado Rockies. For all these reasons, the Ranchos del Vado Ranch offers a rare opportunity for the outdoors sportsmen and investors.
 

1.77 acres Rutheron, NM $1,399,000

1.77 acres Rutheron, NM

Rio Arriba County Tim Kaul United Country Northern New Mexico Real Estate

Type: Lake House 6 Beds | 6 Baths | 7000 SqFt

Amazing 7000 sq.ft. mountain home with even more amazing views..overlooking the entire El Vado Lake. This is the ultimate lake home with 6 bedrooms & 6 baths. Fantastic landscaping and wonderful outdoor covered decks and patios, to enjoy the best of our wonderful climate. Beamed tongue and groove ceilings, upstairs deck with spiral staircase leading to the hot tub, hardwood handscraped floors, plaster walls, gourmet kitchen with island, three double sided fireplaces, water feature, upstairs kitchenette, huge storage. All the details you would expect. MLS# 201205435
 

804 acres La Madera, NM $1,200,000

804 acres La Madera, NM

Rio Arriba County Dale Heinemann New Mexico Outdoors

Type: Acreage

Huge Views, excellent access, abundant wildlife with landowner elk permits in place, wide open skies, pristine quiet and surrounded by Carson National Forest. Just minutes from the World Famous Spas and Baths of Ojo Caliente Hot Springs Resort. Endless possibilities 55 miles north of Santa Fe, NM. Current ownership has installed complete perimeter fencing, four entry gates and excellent road system. Power just off the property, phone lines on site. THERE ARE 320 ACRES OF MINERAL RIGHTS WITH THIS PURCHASE.
 

600 acres Lumberton, NM $950,000

600 acres Lumberton, NM

Rio Arriba County Tim Kaul United Country Northern New Mexico Real Estate

Type: Acreage w/House

Excellent year-round access on Hwy. 64, located west of Chama, near the town of Lumberton, NM. Great property for horses or livestock with a spring and a few stock ponds, plus a 20,000 gallon water storage tank that can be used for landscaping or livestock. Excellent variation in the topography from tall, timbered forest to rolling open meadows. Has more existing water than any surrounding properties, thus making it an excellent habitat for wildlife. Existing log-sided 1995 manufactured home is set up as a family or company retreat. Currently uses solar or generator power, but a hook-up to electric is not far away. Large site built addition including a walk out basement and a separate block building for storage and housing the generator and water conditioning equipment. Mountain views make this the perfect get-a-way. MLS# 201200118
 

80 acres Tierra Amarilla, NM $650,000

80 acres Tierra Amarilla, NM

Rio Arriba County Dale Heinemann New Mexico Outdoors

Type: Lake Property

New Mexico's highest mountain ranch with trophy fly fishing. The finest views in the southern San Juans including the Brazos Cliffs, San Juans, Jemez, Chama River Valley and the Jicarilla. Open meadows, Alpine Fir, Aspen, a crystal clear spring fed lake with big trout and easy access. Ideal location for mountain lodge or private compound.
 

15.5 acres Chama, NM $579,500

15.5 acres Chama, NM

Rio Arriba County Tim Kaul United Country Northern New Mexico Real Estate

Type: Acreage w/House 3 Beds | 3 Baths | 3200 SqFt

Custom mountain home, wildlife pond, secluded acreage. This custom 3178 sq.ft. 3 BR, 3 BA home is situated in a gorgeous mountain setting at the end of a private road in the beautiful Canones Creek valley. Large living room with lots of natural light from the picture windows looking out onto the San Juan Mountains, formal dining room, large kitchen with granite countertops. Spacious master bedroom ensuite, private patio with hot tub, walk-in closet. Over 1200 sq.ft. of covered patios and porches. A very large 1200 sq.ft. heated & finished 3-car garage. This 15.5 acres borders a 6000 acre private ranch, so you can enjoy peace and quiet and watch the variety of wildlife that come to the pond. Fenced dog yard. This is Rocky Mountain living at its finest. MLS# 201401056
 

4.3 acres Tierra Amarilla, NM $529,000

4.3 acres Tierra Amarilla, NM

Rio Arriba County Tim Kaul United Country Northern New Mexico Real Estate

Type: Acreage w/House 2 Beds | 2 Baths | 3014 SqFt

Amazing Northern N.M. full adobe home with great attention to the details and finishes throughout. Very efficient design with very economical use of utilities. This beautiful custom home features spectacular view of the Brazos Cliffs and surrounding mountains. Located in the peaceful and quaint ranching Village of Ensenada N.M. Excellent paved County Road access. Massive oversized 3 car garage with large attached workshop. Property is fenced and could be excellent property for horses or small livestock with the irrigation ditch running through the land and appropriate water rights included in the sale. Truly a unique gem just waiting to be discovered. Many Custom features include high quality windows with wooden hand carved insets above the windows and doors. Custom wood entry door, interior exposed adobe brick wall and large log vigas are all examples of the traditional Northern New Mexico architecture. AGA Cooking Stove along with high end appliances, granite counter tops and butcher block set this cook's kitchen apart. Home features custom eastern hard maple cabinets and pecan hardwood floors. A large family room or den is currently being used as a billiard room/office. An additional room could be used as a workout, office or sewing room. A must see! MLS# 201402014
 
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