Offered For Sale by:|
Capitan Partners, LP
Terry Wootan Real Estate
HISTORIC BLOCK RANCH|
51,500+/- DEEDED ACRES.
Located in Lincoln County, fronting Highway 246 approximately 15
minutes North of Capitan, 35 minutes North of Ruidoso, and 20 minutes
from the Ruidoso airport.
The ranch is loaded with spectacular views, rolling terrain, beautiful
draws, creeks and rock bluffs. The ranch offers excellent hunting,
producing trophy Elk, Mule Deer and Antelope.
Exterior and interior fences are in excellent condition. The Block has
approximately 24 pastures and traps with 3 sets of good cattle working
pens with double deck loading capability. The pens have been
strategically placed throughout the ranch. There are 2 horse barns with
a horse walker, several turnout pens with sheds and traps.
The Block has several large feed and hay barns, 2 work shops, grass
landing strip, an airplane hangar and 4 homes. The main home is located
close to the horse facility. The beautiful yard to the main ranch
style home has been blessed with large Oak trees, Apple trees and other
large trees on the bank of the creek.
The main source of the water on the ranch comes from wells and springs
which includes Macho Spring. Macho Spring produces 490 acre feet of
water per year; way more water than this ranch can use and all water
rights are in tact! The water is distributed by pipelines throughout
All minerals owned will convey with the ranch. 21,000-24,000 acres of the minerals are thought to be owned.
All this for $575 per acre!
HISTORIC BLOCK RANCH
**** Contract Pending ****
11,500 DEEDED ACRES +/-
20 SECTIONS FOREST LEASE
Located on the south side of Highway 246 directly across from the North
Division. This ranch adjoins the Lincoln National Forest offering direct
access to the forest and controls 20 sections leased land.
The south division is covered with pine, cedar, and oak trees. Springs
and wells provide plenty of water for ranch use. All water rights are in
tact! The abundance of beauty of this ranch is impossible to describe.
Improvements include 2 houses, barns, and working pens.
The south division consists of 11 pastures and traps. One pasture of
1850 acres is the oldest “Class A” game park in New Mexico with
approximately 170 Elk.
The ranch offer excellent elk and mule deer hunting.
$1,500 per deeded acre.