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Paradise: High Timber Ranch

  • Bedrooms2 Beds
  • Bathrooms2 Baths
  • Acreage3,497.00 Acres
  • ViewsViews
  • PrivatePrivate
  • Prime LocationPrime Location
  • Guest HouseGuest House
  • FireplaceFireplace

This stunning 3,497 acre ranch is located 11 miles East of Tierra Amarilla (about 60 miles West of Taos, NM). Beautifully situated in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, High Timber Ranch sits at the headwaters of the Rio de Tierra Amarillo which flows into the well-known Rio Chama river.

The ranch offers everything you would expect and more than you can imagine! Star-gazing is perfect here and the Milky Way is luminous in the night sky. Trees such as Aspens, Blue Spruce, Douglas Fir and high altitude grasses like Timothy, Mountain Brome and Bluestem are the backdrop of everyday life. Wildflowers abound and include Rocky Mountain Iris, Mountain Columbine, and Lupine. Huge birds are seen on a regular basis and include golden eagles, owls, falcons, pigeons, grouse, and turkey. Native cutthroat trout run in one of the two continuously flowing streams on the ranch. The streams provide water for all kinds of wildlife: elk, mule deer, bears, to name a few. High Timber Ranch could simply be enjoyed for what it is: a wildlife paradise. But there are a number of other options as well. The current owners have two long running lease holders signed for 2020: $34,000 for hunting and $15,000 for grazing. High Timber Ranch can sustain 95-120 cows and calves or 650 yearlings, and still have ample food sources for wildlife. There are two large pastures (upper and lower) and easily accessed shipping pens with scales from highway 64. Numerous stock tanks provide for both cattle and wildlife. Utilizing “winter fences,” which are taken down in early winter and easily put back up in the spring, the ranch is currently leased for cattle grazing on an annual basis. No matter how you look at it, this is a one in a million property just waiting to be explored and enjoyed by its new owner.

Represented By: Dougherty Real Estate Co., LLC

www.dresf.com  |  (505) 690-2722

David Dougherty
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Santa Fe, NM 87501
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