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$31,042,000
Lot 1 Highway 84/64, Chama, NM 87520
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Greg Liddle, Hayden Outdoors LLC, C: 970-946-0374, greg@haydenoutdoors.com, www.haydenoutdoors.com: What dreams are made of” is the best description for the Broken Butt Ranches of Rio Arriba County, New Mexico. When is the last time you had the opportunity to be the first owner of anything? That’s the opportunity that lies before you today with the Broken Butt Ranches. Located in the very heart of Rio Arriba County, New Mexico, 35 minutes south of Pagosa Springs, Colorado, that hosts the world-famous hot springs, shopping and restaurants, complemented by a municipal airport up to G-5 capable. 12 miles east of the ranch is the historic town of Chama, New Mexico and Santa Fe is a beautiful 2 hour drive. Wolf Creek and Taos ski mountains are within 2 hours. The Ranch is located in a primary elk and Mule Deer migration route. Rio Arriba County, NM, bordering the Colorado State line, is most noted for producing more Boone & Crockett Mule Deer than any county in existence. The elk density is off the charts, allowing the sportsman landowner an elk tag for every +/-204 acres owned. Mule Deer tags are available for landowners but always check regulations. Broken Butt Ranch has been in the same family for generations and the total size (+/-16,300 acres) has been the obstacle for most of the general public. Many have longed for an opportunity such as this to own a piece of the most beautiful land they’ve ever seen……….For the first time, the ranch is being offered in +/-1900-2400 acre parcels with the exception of the headquarters parcel, which is +/-1352 acres. Parcels may be combined if you desire a larger parcel. The ranch has a mild 7400-8800’ elevation and is comprised of gentle sloping hills framing expansive native grass valleys that a 90-year-old can get around on. Majestic ponderosas, large stands of oak, aspens and piñon juniper ridges surround the many native grass meadows and numerous springs, ponds and lakes of Broken Butt Ranch.The ranch is in immaculate condition and kept in ag status allowing for low taxes. There is an extensive two-track road system throughout, and one’s most difficult decision would be where to pick their building site for the most incredible views of the continental divide and the South San Juan Mountains. Probably the most attractive value of Broken Butt Ranches is the beauty of Colorado with New Mexico’s prices, game quality and abundant tags. Price list attached. Pricing for Broken Butt Ranch Parcels:Parcels A thru E - Up to 3,999 acres - $2,750 per acre 4,000 acres and up - $2,500 per acreParcel F - Headquarters - $3,000 per acreCall or email today for more information and your personal qualified showing. Co brokers welcome.
  • Price:
  • $31,042,000
  • Acreage:
  • 11,288.00
  • Listing ID #:
  • 783560
  • Street Address:
  • Lot 1 Highway 84/64
  • City:
  • Chama
  • State:
  • New Mexico
  • Postal Code:
  • 87520
  • County:
  • Rio Arriba Nm
  • Listing Status:
  • Active
  • Listing Type:
  • Lots And Land
30-year Conforming

3.089%

0.022%

30-year FHA

3.154%

0.017%

30-year VA

2.795%

0.055%

Last updated: 9/22/2021
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