Moriarty, New Mexico | $1,172,800
Acreage: 1,954.63 Acres
Location: Moriarty, New Mexico
Offered by: Dwain E. Nunez and Jim Welles
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Direct: 505-263-7868 and 505-967-6562
We are privileged to have the exclusive listing on this smaller gentleman’s ranch. The Burson Ranch contains 1,954.63 deeded acres and has an outstanding location. It is situated almost equal distance between Santa Fe and Albuquerque and lies in the open plains between the south end of the beautiful Sangre de Cristo and Sandia Mountains. The ranch is roughly 45 driving miles south of Santa Fe and 1 hour from Albuquerques International airport. The ranch fronts paved State Highway #41. The small community of Moriarty lies approximately 14 miles south of the ranch entrance. This quaint rural community provides lower education, a few restaurants, fuel and grocery shopping. The Moriarty Municipal Airport also has two runways, 7,700 feet x 75 feet and 6,200 feet x 75 feet that will handle private jet traffic.
Santa Fe, New Mexicos State Capital attracts many local and out of state visitors. Its renowned for its Pueblo-style architecture and is a creative arts hotbed. Founded as a Spanish Colony in 1610, Santa Fe has at its heart the traditional Plaza. The surrounding historical districts crooked streets wind past adobe landmarks including the Palace of the Governors, which is now home to the New Mexico Historic History Museum. Santa Fe also offers winter skiing, the Santa Fe Opera, world class art studios, galleries and museums, the Santa Fe Indian Market and Spanish Market located in the Plaza. Historical sites include the Loretto Chapel with its heliz to heaven stairway. Museums include the Georgia O Keeffe Museum, along with many more.
Nearby Albuquerque is New Mexicos largest metro with all the services including higher education, international airport, larger medical facilities and access to all your shopping needs. Albuquerque is a hub for Amtrak, and Rail Runner Express when wanting to visit Historic Santa Fe, NM. Albuquerque also offers many attractions like specialty and historic museums, Albuquerque Isotopes Baseball, and within a few hours of many of New Mexicos National Forests, lakes and rivers, for the outdoor enthusiast. The Sandia Mountains are known for the Sandia Peak Ski Area, Sandia Peak Tramway and numerous hiking trails from the base to the top of the peak with an elevation of 10,378 feet. Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta started in 1972 and attracted 13 balloons, along with over 10,000 guests. In 2017 there were more than 887,000 guests and over 670 balloons.
1,954.63 +/- Deeded Acres
Elevations on the Burson Ranch range from 6,250 to 6,350+ ft. Terrain is mostly flat to slightly rolling grassy pasture. This ranch has no trees, mesquite and minimal cactus infestation. The ranch is mostly Grama, Buffalo and Side Oats grass. Fences are in excellent to good shape. The owner recently built a new steel T Post 5 strand barb wire fence with pipe H braces on 3 miles of the south boundary. This fence was completed in March, 2018. There is not a set of pens nor a residence on this property.
Electricity, water and telephone service is provided. The only working well at this time has been equipped with an electric submersible pump for livestock watering.
The previous owners platted the property for subdivision. Eight lots containing 39 to 40 acres were surveyed and platted in December, 2002. These 8 lots have a Declaration of Covenants and Water Restrictions filed of record in Santa Fe County, NM. The remaining 10 lots are over 140 acres each. The current owner indicated that the subdivision was approved in December, 2002 by Santa Fe County.
The owner will convey 50% of any owned mineral rights with the sale of the property.
The Burson Ranch priced at $1,172,800 or $600/acre. We truly believe this ranch is priced right given its amenities and its proximity to Santa Fe and Albuquerque. This property offers good upside potential for an investor or rancher.