New Mexico Recreational Ranch for Sale
An artist’s and photographer’s wonderland, northern New Mexico recreational ranch for sale offers breathtaking vistas. Listed at $7.6 million, American Creek Ranch spans 3082 acres of ponderosa pine forests and rolling grasslands along the foothills. To the west rises the Sangre de Cristo Mountains at 8300 – 10,000 foot elevations.
About an hour east of this true mountain retreat, I 25 connects with Santa Fe and Albuquerque. Both Angel Fire and Taos ski resorts are minutes away. The cultural center of Taos is less than an hour west of American Creek Ranch.
A wildlife haven, large herds of deer and elk – along with bear, mountain lion and turkey – roam in and out of the near by Colin Neblett State Wildlife Area. The hunting land receives annual landowner elk tags; deer tags may be procured over the counter.
Fishing opportunities also abound. Eagle Nest Lake lies a few minutes north of American Creek Ranch. The lake is known for its rainbow trout and kokanee salmon. A tail water of Eagle Nest, the Cimarron River offers fine public fly fishing. Its brown and rainbow trout may reach 14 to 18 inches. On the ranch are three small spring creeks, offering development possibilities as trout ponds.
Owner’s House and Outbuildings
A restful ranch house hi-lites the retreat atmosphere. American Creek Ranch features a retreat overlooking Wheeler Peak, New Mexico’s highest mountain. Designed in a southwestern stucco architecture, the home features over 3200 square feet with four bedrooms and four baths and a garage. The large atrium, dining area, and courtyard accommodate larger gatherings in a relaxing setting.
Ride off at sunrise or into the sunset at your leisure. The property also features outbuildings and a four-stall barn with the tack room and horse trails.
Realtors – Ranch Real Estate in New Mexico
Request more information about American Creek Ranch, a fabulous recreational ranch for sale. Contact Dave Harrigan or Hunter Harrigan at Harrigan Land Company at (800) 524-1818. Specializing in large ranch and recreational properties in Colorado, Wyoming, New Mexico, and Utah.