An exceptional working ranch with a unique history. Title documents show the original land grant signed by President McKinley in 1897. One of the last large ranches in the beautiful Moreno Valley. Just outside the Village of Angel Fire in Colfax County with views of the Wheeler Range. Located only 5 minutes away from the Angel Fire Resort ski slopes and PGA-rated golf course. 7 minutes to the Angel Fire Airport, with jet-capable runway for private aircraft. A couple of minutes to Monte Verde Lake. 600 /- acres (160 /- deeded acres, plus 440 /- NM state grazing lease. Historic ranch house. Priority water rights. 3 spring-fed ponds stocked with trophy rainbow trout. 5 year-around springs. 2 domestic wells. Perimeter completely fenced - 1 mile of fence. Excellent timber, including aspen, ponderosa, blue spruce, and fir. Resident elk herd; mountain lion, bob cat, deer, turkey, grouse, rabbit, coyote, eagles, hawk; barn swallows that return each year. 20 acres of sub-irrigated horse hay (29% protein, Mountain Brohm & Orchard), huge old barn with loafing sheds. Corrals, loading shute and wash rack. 60-foot round pen. Outbuildings include: The original 100-year-old main house, made of cedar timber, chinked with adobe and lathed with stucco. Small barn, outhouse and corral, chicken coop, garages, pig pens, game preparation room, and root cellar. At present, 2 elk permits (1 cow, 1 bull). This is a one-of-a-kind property that cannot be duplicated. MORE PHOTOS TO COME
From blinking light at corner of Hwys 64/434: South through Angel Fire past El Bordo Trailer Park. South to #3024 Hwy 434 on Left. Sign
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