The Rio Frisco Farm consists of +- 74 acres of paradise blessed with enough inexpensive quality water to grow anything. The farm borders the Gila National Forest and the San Francisco River on the west and boasts unobstructed views of the 10,000-foot peaks of the Leopold Wilderness to the east. Land This stunning river valley farm is located on US Highway 180 in Glenwood, New Mexico with mail delivery, high-speed Internet, good cell service, and low property taxes in Catron County. Situated at +-4,500’ elevation, the farm enjoys a mild climate and all four seasons. Shaded by giant cottonwood and elm trees, it’s divided into eight separate pastures of fescue, clover, and orchard grass. Improvements The main residence is a custom two-story 3600 square-foot home built into a 10 year old, 7200 square-foot metal building with a covered porch at the west end. Exposed wood beams and southwestern stucco walls, decorate two large bedrooms, two custom tile full baths, an office and loads of storage. A concrete breezeway with separate tack room and horse wash rack are situated outside the laundry room. Improvements include fully equipped, steel working pens for cattle, a four stall mare motel; a large, round pen; two covered stud pens, a 20’ x 100’ equipment/hay barn and welding/mechanic shop. There is a one bedroom one bath block house with a porch and fenced yard for a caretaker. Recreation It is a veritable wildlife sanctuary: whitetail deer, mule deer, black bear, mountain lion, bobcat, beaver, javelina, coatimundi, fox, raccoon, turkey, bald eagles, great blue heron, and hundreds of other bird species. Water/Mineral Rights & Natural Resources Permanent pastures grow tons of feed using 56.4 acre feet per annum of surface water rights. Plus, there is a 12 inch irrigation well that pumps 250 gallons per minute and two large newly cleaned ponds with trout, bass and bluegill. There is a grandfathered domestic well with 3.3 acre feet per annum that supplies two houses and keeps all of the drinkers full. Region & Climate In 2022, the farm received 25 inches of rain keeping the static water level at approximately 20 feet, making this farm a natural place to grow crops and raise livestock. Location The community of Glenwood, famous for Forest Service’s The Catwalk, offers a community center, library, senior center, post office, roping arena and large park with ballfields. This farm is the perfect place to hunt, fish, farm and raise livestock. Don’t miss this opportunity to own a scenic and productive piece of the Southwest.