The entrance to Hutch Curve is approximately 16 miles east of Tierra Amarilla on Highway 64.
77.73 Deeded pristine mountain top acres
Terrain varies from beautiful rolling open parks and meadows to moderately steep dense conifer forests to rolling solitary and mixed aspen stands. Primary grass forage is mountain brome, some timothy, native bluestem, and strawberry clover. In early summer, there are seas of wildflowers including wild blue iris, mountain columbine, daisies, yellow rose bushes, and sunflowers. Fall color views on the Hutch Curve are stunning, with Aspen gold's and fire red colors dotting the gorgeous landscape below.
This property features quaking Aspen, Blue Spruce, and Douglas Fir.
A deep spring fed trout lake is located on the western portion of the property.
Paved highway frontage along HWY 64
Big game crossing the Hutch Curve from time to time consists of elk, mule deer, bear, and cougar, Merriam turkey and blue grouse. The ranch is currently enrolled in New Mexico's E-Plus landowner elk system via the Small Contributing Ranch portion of the system.
The name "Hutch Curve" is derived from its parent ranch that is still commonly known as the "Hutch". Long ago, the owners surveyed their larger parcel into 4 separate tracts. This parcel makes up one of the parcels along US Highway 64 at the top of the ridge where the large teardrop curve takes place. Clearly the tract fits the name well. This parcel adjoins the larger portion of the Hutch, the High Timber Ranch, and the Hutch East tract.
We know of no other smaller parcels offered with the amenities of the Hutch Curve. Elevation lies at 10,500 feet. Again, we know of no other small parcels of real estate in New Mexico at this type of elevation where one can reach up and touch the stars at night and have the views of the lower aspen timber colors experience in the fall. Topping this off is the almost unheard of amenity of a spring fed lake where trout can live through a harsh New Mexico winter.
The Hutch Curve is a must have for an owner desiring a true mountain sanctuary to escape the hustle and bustle of crowded cities. Photos in this brochure do not give this ranch justice. An onsite visit to this unique property is required to fully appreciate this rare, one of a kind opportunity.
This rare offering is priced to sell on today's rising market at $4,000 per acre.
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