3402 HWY 522, Quests, NM 87556 (MLS # 104130)
The ranch borders Carson National Forest, Latir Wilderness and former Ski Rio Resort. The ranch consists of 6138 deeded acres and 640 acres State lease. The ranch includes the top of Latir Peak, a 12,708' peak, in the Sangre de Cristo range 25 minutes from Taos, NM. The ranch has an amazing variety of terrain ranging from irrigated acres of low land pasture to upland Pinon-Juniper to a pristine high-alpine habitat filled with stands of Aspens along creeks, old stands of majestic Fir & Blue Spruce & cold mountain streams, inhabited by Native Cutthroat Trout. Trophy Elk, Deer, Big Horn Sheep,Blue Grouse, Mountain Lion, Bobcat, Bear, Grouse & Wild Turkeys roam these secluded mountains, a paradise for the avid outdoorsman. Within a couple hundred feet of Latir Peak, there is a hunting lodge extraordinaire, complete with bathrooms, full kitchen, woodstove and massive wood doors opening to a large deck with stunning views overlooking the meadow & stream. The ranch receives 40+ Elk tags each year. All wildlife is sensitively managed. Improvements include a well-appointed 2 Bed/2 Bath Main house, 4 Bed / 2 Bath Guest house, 3 Bed / 2 Bath Caretakers house, 48'x36' horse barn, 60'x60' greenhouse and huge 4 bay workshop. This is an all around self-sufficient oasis in Northern New Mexico unlike any other, yet close to Taos and 3 major Ski areas.
Prior to Sep 8, '19
|Sep 8, '19 - Today
||EL RITO/LATIR (20A)
||Barn, Corral, Garage, Green House, Horse Facilities, Irrigation System, Livestock Permitted, Outbuildings, Pond
||Borders U.S. Forest, Horse Property, Pine, Pond, Ranch, Stream, View, Wooded Lot
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