Broken Butt Ranch Headquarters - $4,050,000 Located on the intersection of Highway 84 and Highway 64, about 35 minutes south of Pagosa Springs, Colorado and 18 minutes west of Chama, New Mexico, this historic +/-1352 acre headquarters parcel of the Broken Butt Ranch is being released to the market for the very first time in history.This corner of Rio Arriba County, New Mexico has been most noted as ground zero for producing the largest B&C Record Book Mule Deer every decade from 1960 - 2010, is +/-5 miles south of the Archuleta County, Colorado state line, and is but a few minutes from the +/- 880,000-acres of the Jicarilla Apache Reservation. Views of the Continental Divide abound from virtually every spot on the property. The headquarters parcel has paved and state maintained highway frontage, power, a well, 4 very well constructed buildings and is only 45 minutes to Pagosa Springs Municipal Airport that is G5/Continental Express capable. Wolf Creek Ski Mountain is but 80 minutes, Taos & Santa Fe's incredible dining, shopping and world-class ski mountain is but 2 hours, and Albuquerque International Airport is 3 hours. Hunting & Cattle In the spring, the Merriam's gobblers join you for coffee and in the fall the bull elk will serenade your evenings. The state of New Mexico issued a bull elk tag for every +/-225 acres (6) in 2020 and landowner mule deer tags have been generous (unit 4). And, the ranch would qualify for both bonus elk tags and late season incentive mule deer tags that New Mexico offers to landowners. Currently enrolled in ag status for low taxes, there are working cattle pens, a barn and an extensive trail system for horseback, ATV or side-by-side access. Mixed Ponderosa Pine ridges intersperse with oak, pinion, juniper, and large native grass meadows. Excellent valleys for cultivated food plots would only enhance this incredible game mecca. Improvements include a 60x40 metal barn, working pens, a lodge (the previous Broken Butt Saloon), a separate 2 car garage/shop, and a 2 bedroom ranch house with power and an updated well. While dated, these improvements calculated at current construction costs exceeding $300 per sq ft, replacement costs would easily exceed the million dollar mark. With nearby Colorado reporting 60,000 more applicants for big game tags in 2021 than 2020, premier hunting property land investments with trophy quality animals in accessible locations are getting harder to find, and even more difficult to acquire. Don't be the "I remember when" guy who drove past this incredible Broken Butt Ranch and says "I shoulda, coulda, woulda"! Call or email today for more information and a qualified showing. Co brokers welcome.