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Hi Lo Spring Ranch

Other - Not in list, NM 88418
  • $850,000
  • STATUS: Active
  • ON SITE: 194 Days
  • ID#: 23-5632
UPDATED: 238 min ago
$850,000
  • 0
    BEDS
  • 754.9
    ACRES
  • 0
    BATHS
  • 0
    1/2 BATHS
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Hi Lo Spring Ranch provides a unique opportunity to own a piece history and a vast grassland landscape ideal for the cattleman or hunter. Featured in the northernmost portion of the ranch is a strong live spring, feeding into two ponds just off of the South Branch -Corrumpa Creek that winds through the northeast corner of the land. This ranch has also been the setting for a book and later film, titled Hi Lo Country. Hi Lo Spring Ranch also offers a diverse recreational opportunity for antelope, elk and mule deer for the sportsman. Don't miss out on this opportunity! Location: Hi Lo Ranch is located in the the upper region of NM, approximately 7 miles southeast of Des Moines. The two nearest large cities are Pueblo, CO which is 116 miles from the ranch and Amarillo, TX that is 148 miles southeast. Water: There is one solar well on the property, along with two ponds that provide water. There is a live spring that feeds the main pond that has not been dry in more than 88 years. The spring also feeds the second pond, however the second also relies on rainwater to stay full. The spring and solar well provide year round water on this ranch. The South Branch - Corrump A Creek also winds through the northeast corner of the property. Hunting: There is a healthy population of mule deer and a herd of elk have made the ranch their home. Deer and elk tags are available over the counter. There are also 4 antelope tags that are available each year. History: This ranch includes a rich history and landscape. Hi Lo Spring Ranch provided the backdrop for a book written by Max Evens that was later made into a film, Hi Lo Country, featuring Sam Elliot and Woody Harrison. The ranch is situated roughly 7 miles just east of Sierra Grande, an extinct shield volcano that is the largest in the Raton-Clayton volcanic field, and only 15 miles from Capulin Volcano National Monument. Other than the book and movie debut, the ranch has historically been used to run cattle. Improvements: The property features perimeter barbed wire fencing, a solar well and cattle guards. Minerals: All of the owned mineral, wind and water right will convey with the sale of the property. There is 46.37 acre feet of water rights that will convey. Landscape: The property is mostly flat and conducive for general agricultural uses. The soils here within are listed with accompanying percentages for area of interest totaling 100%: Gruver loam (GrcB) 61.67%, Texline loam (TecC) 22.87%, Guy-Texline complex (GtcD) 5.0%, Porvenir-Carnero-Rock utcrop complex (PC1) 4.83%, Manzano loam (Mn) 2.38% and all other soils accomplying less than 3.0%. Please see Soil Report for more details. Exclusions: There are no known exclusions at this time. Zoning/Easements: The property is outside of any municipality so is not zoned. There are no known easements that would affect operation of the land. It is anticipated all existing easements will be identified by surveyors. Water Conservation District: Hi Lo Spring Ranch lies in the Northeastern Soil and Water Conservation District. Check their website for more information. Area: Hi Lo Spring Ranch is located on the west side of Union County and lies northeast of 66-87. The ranch is located 15 miles from the Capulin Volcano National Monument and approximately 7 miles east of Sierra Grande. Access: The property is accessible from maintained county roads. Split by County Road A051, there is access from both sides of the road.

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Hi Lo Spring Ranch Other - Not in list, NM 88418

  • Price: $850,000
  • Status: Active
  • On Site: 194 Days
  • Updated: 238 min ago
  • ID#: 23-5632
0
Beds
0
Baths
0
½ Baths
754.9
Acres
Neighborhood:
9001 - New Mexico
County:
Union
Area:
9001 - New Mexico
Property Description
Hi Lo Spring Ranch provides a unique opportunity to own a piece history and a vast grassland landscape ideal for the cattleman or hunter. Featured in the northernmost portion of the ranch is a strong live spring, feeding into two ponds just off of the South Branch -Corrumpa Creek that winds through the northeast corner of the land. This ranch has also been the setting for a book and later film, titled Hi Lo Country. Hi Lo Spring Ranch also offers a diverse recreational opportunity for antelope, elk and mule deer for the sportsman. Don't miss out on this opportunity! Location: Hi Lo Ranch is located in the the upper region of NM, approximately 7 miles southeast of Des Moines. The two nearest large cities are Pueblo, CO which is 116 miles from the ranch and Amarillo, TX that is 148 miles southeast. Water: There is one solar well on the property, along with two ponds that provide water. There is a live spring that feeds the main pond that has not been dry in more than 88 years. The spring also feeds the second pond, however the second also relies on rainwater to stay full. The spring and solar well provide year round water on this ranch. The South Branch - Corrump A Creek also winds through the northeast corner of the property. Hunting: There is a healthy population of mule deer and a herd of elk have made the ranch their home. Deer and elk tags are available over the counter. There are also 4 antelope tags that are available each year. History: This ranch includes a rich history and landscape. Hi Lo Spring Ranch provided the backdrop for a book written by Max Evens that was later made into a film, Hi Lo Country, featuring Sam Elliot and Woody Harrison. The ranch is situated roughly 7 miles just east of Sierra Grande, an extinct shield volcano that is the largest in the Raton-Clayton volcanic field, and only 15 miles from Capulin Volcano National Monument. Other than the book and movie debut, the ranch has historically been used to run cattle. Improvements: The property features perimeter barbed wire fencing, a solar well and cattle guards. Minerals: All of the owned mineral, wind and water right will convey with the sale of the property. There is 46.37 acre feet of water rights that will convey. Landscape: The property is mostly flat and conducive for general agricultural uses. The soils here within are listed with accompanying percentages for area of interest totaling 100%: Gruver loam (GrcB) 61.67%, Texline loam (TecC) 22.87%, Guy-Texline complex (GtcD) 5.0%, Porvenir-Carnero-Rock utcrop complex (PC1) 4.83%, Manzano loam (Mn) 2.38% and all other soils accomplying less than 3.0%. Please see Soil Report for more details. Exclusions: There are no known exclusions at this time. Zoning/Easements: The property is outside of any municipality so is not zoned. There are no known easements that would affect operation of the land. It is anticipated all existing easements will be identified by surveyors. Water Conservation District: Hi Lo Spring Ranch lies in the Northeastern Soil and Water Conservation District. Check their website for more information. Area: Hi Lo Spring Ranch is located on the west side of Union County and lies northeast of 66-87. The ranch is located 15 miles from the Capulin Volcano National Monument and approximately 7 miles east of Sierra Grande. Access: The property is accessible from maintained county roads. Split by County Road A051, there is access from both sides of the road.
Property Features

Property Sub Type Ranch/Grass To Be Auctioned No Type Ranch Yes Zoning Description 9000 - Not In List

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Listing provided courtesy of Jt Haynes of Triangle Realty, LLC: (806) 367-8334.

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