Trujillo Ranch

Property Description

Trujillo Ranch is a 511 acre historic homestead ranch, owned by the same family since it was patented in the mid 1800’s. This ranch is presented for sale for the very first time ever. Located in the town of Blacklake, New Mexico, the ranch sits only six miles from the resort town of Angel Fire and less then an hour from Taos.

The ranch consists of a lower 160 acre parcel with rich grazing pastures, fenced and cross-fenced, a native trout stream, the original adobe homestead home which is more than 100-years old, and the main adobe home with log barn, workshop and outbuildings. The remaining 351 acres are high country mountain land, thick with tall ponderosa pine and aspen trees. This section is the home to large game hunting and stunning views of Blacklake and the valley below. The upper parcel is undeveloped, and a haven for hunting, horseback riding, four-wheeling, backpacking and hiking. The land up here is rich in historic artifacts, some of which have been classified by the New Mexico Natural History Museum. This would be a great place for a hunting cabin if one wished to build.

The main adobe home is a 2 bedroom, 3 bath layout with hardwood floors and beautiful adobe features. The septic system was replaced only 3 years ago. The property is fed by 2 productive sweet water springs and a domestic well. Water rights on this ranch are plentiful and one of the many upsides to this property.

In addition to the main home, there is a log barn, a one-bedroom adobe cabin, the original 2-bedroom adobe homestead home and multiple outbuildings for storage and workshops. The adobe cabin and homestead house will need some restoration but are in fairly good structural shape.

This property is ready to go as-is, but would make a real trophy ranch with a new home which could be constructed on multiple homesites with breathless views.

This property offers the ability to run cattle, hunt, fish, enjoy equestrian activities and explore, all within the reach of two highly sought after resort towns.