Taos Enchanted Valley – Financing

SOLD 388 Acres Carson , New Mexico Taos

Ranch Property Brief

Taos Enchanted Valley is an incredible opportunity to escape the stresses of our current Covid-19 atmosphere and live off-grid and yet be in the heart of recreation and New Mexico’s famed Taos Art. Build your dream retreat and enjoy inspiring sunrises over the Sangre de Cristos, Taos and the Taos Valley. The property corners BLM making it possible for one to walk from the property all the way to the Rio Grande Gorge (less than 1 mile from property). Take along a picnic lunch and sit on the rim while enjoying a bite to eat and maybe a glass of wine. If you are not up for a hike, the gorge is a short drive on Highway 567 and one can drive down to the river at the Taos Junction Bridge. There is a good possibility of viewing elk on the property as there is a lot of sign left from visiting herds as they graze across the property and seek shelter in the arroyos.

There is financing available making acquiring this beautiful property an easy decision. This property will not last long.


Located just 30 minutes from Taos, New Mexico.
Santa Fe – 1 hour 20 minutes
Albuquerque – 2 hours 15 minutes
Taos Ski Valley – 45 minutes
Wolf Creek – 3 hours
Chama – 1 hour 45 minutes
Pagosa Springs – 2.5 hours
Red River – 1 hour


Access to the property is provided by paved roads Highway 567 or West Rim Road to dirt road Cuatro Ruedas. The property is less than 1 mile off pavement.

Elevation, Topography, Vegetation

The property sits at an elevation of 6,700 feet with rolling hills covered with sage and native grasses cut by arroyos.

Ag Uses

With an almost completed set of corrals, a new owner could use the property for horses or a hobby ranch.


Taos Enchanted Valley is ideally located for recreation given the proximity to the Rio Grande River, Taos Ski Valley, Red River and Carson National Forest which offer a multitude of activities to enjoy including snow skiing, rafting, fishing, mountain biking, ATVing, and hiking.

Water and Power

The property has a good water well with a solar pump which is a big bonus for this location. With the abundance of sunshine, solar power is very commonly used as a power source in this area making it a great place to go off-grid.




Financing available 20% down, 20 year amortization, no balloon, 7% interest. No tax returns required.

Interactive Map

Taos Enchanted Valley

Broker Comments

All units of measure and maps showing property boundaries are approximate. Buyer to verify to their own satisfaction.

This property is offered by John Hayter Inc, DBA Ranch Marketers. All
information provided by Ranch Marketers or their
sales representatives in connection with this property was
acquired from sources deemed reliable and is believed
to be accurate and reliable, however, we do not warrant
its accuracy or completeness. Ranch Marketers
recommends that every item of importance to the purchaser
(i.e. water laws, mineral laws, zoning, land use regulations,
state, federal and private permits) be independently verified
by the purchaser and/or purchaser’s attorney

Property Summary

TOTAL ACRES: 388 +/-

Deeded- 388 +/-

Lease - 0

COUNTY: Taos County



ZONING: Agricultural

ELEVATION: 6,700 ft

TOPOGRAPHY: Rolling Hills and arroyos

VEGETATION: Sage, native grasses



WATER - 1 well with solar pump and storage

Taos, New Mexico Area and Ranches

Taos which the county seat of Taos County, is well known for it rich Native American history and its art culture. The Taos Pueblo lies just on the outskirts of town. Recreationalists also flock to Taos to enjoy activities such as fly fishing, hot air ballooning, rafting, skiing, and even llama trekking. The Rio Grande Gorge lies just a few miles from town is a well-known tourist stop. Tourists will walk across the gorge bridge, "High Bridge", that offers a view from 600 feet above the river. There are several ski areas nearby including Taos Ski Valley and Red River. Also, the highest peak in New Mexico, Wheeler Peak, is located just a short distance from Taos.

Agriculture in the area has been predominately cattle ranching, sheep, and farming. While alfalfa is predominant, there has been a shift to smaller sustainable farms that produce farm to table produce and meats. The local domestic sheep herds remain a concern for the Rio Grande Gorge's Rocky Mountain Bighorn sheep population due to the risk of transmitting disease to the more sensitive wild bighorns.

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