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$2,645,000 2,450 acres
Hwy 434, Guadalupita, NM 87722 - Mora County

One of a Kind High Mountain Ranch

This is a rare one of a kind Northern New Mexico High Country Mountain Ranch. Loaded with elk (12 permits), deer, turkey, bear, lion and approximately 1 mile of Coyote Creek trout fishing. The ranch has not been hunted and the seller is applying for elk permits. The ranch is divided by NM Hwy 434 and Coyote Creek . There are two older homes on the property that were built in the 1950s. There are many miles of logging roads on the ranch. Roads have not been maintained and you will need an ATV or Jeep to show this property. This ranch has been owned by the same family for over 60 years. Recently Reduced!!
Ron Sebesta Ron Sebesta Realty
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$750,000 350 acres
Guadalupita, NM 87722 - Mora County

Coyote Creek Ranch

North central New Mexico ranch located near Angel Fire, offers approximately 350 acres of seclusion and privacy. Game abounds with elk, deer, bear, lion and turkey and the property receives landowner tags. An additional two 350-acre parcels can be added with a spring and pond on one. 400+ class bulls have been taken in the area and the ponds and grass meadows attract wildlife. Coyote Creek is a blank slate and will make a great cabin retreat or hunting property. Location Coyote Creek Ranch is located in Northern New Mexico close to Angel Fire and Eagle Nest which lie in the Enchanted Circle known for beautiful scenery and outdoor recreation. Coyote Creek State Park - 20 min. Angel Fire, New Mexico - 45 min. Eagle Nest Lake, New Mex
Ranch Marketing Ranch Marketing Associates
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$2,950,000 700 acres
Guadalupita, NM 87710 - Mora County

PRIVATE, PRIVATE, PRIVATE!!!!

PRIVATE, PRIVATE, PRIVATE!!!! At just under 700 acres you won't find another end of the road ranch anywhere of this quality. Loaded with elk, deer, mountain lion, bear and turkey. The ranch receives 13 elk permits per year. Last years success rate was 12 out 13 hunters harvested elk. Bulls of 350 and above are not uncommon. Over a mile of the Le Febres creek flows through the ranch to a trophy filled trout pond. A 3,000 sq. ft. authentic log hunting lodge with 6 bed rooms and 4 baths over looks approximately 40 acres of sub-irrigated meadow planted with alfalfa and winter wheat that draw elk from miles around. This ranch is off the grid and power is supplied by a 24 volt photovoltaic solar system and backed up by a propane powered 15 KW Koh
Ron Sebesta Ron Sebesta Realty