21 miles east of Ruidiso you will find a needle in the haystack. Old Adobe ranch is a hidden Oasis found along Tularosa Creek. Home to the highly desirable Trutta Fluviatilis also known as the Brown Trout. Old Adobe ranch takes in a little over 8 acres of Tularosa Creek making it a spectacular holding for fishing and hunting.
Old Adobe Ranch sports a +/- 2.5 irrigated field known for its heavy wildlife presence. +/- 76 Acres of Rolling Pinon Juniper covered hills with an ideal road system carved out for a future subdivision can be found to the south.
Hidden amongst the cottonwoods you will find 8 acres of riparian habitat. With less than a mile away from the world famous Mascalero Apache Indian Reservation. Tularosa Creek is the closest water source for all big game wildlife. Old Adobe Ranch is contained in game unit 34 with Over-the-Counter private land tags for Rocky Mountain Elk, Mule deer, black bear, Merriam Turkey and Mountain Lions. Not too many investment properties come with a recreational "WOW" factor like the Old Adobe Ranch.
Water/Mineral Rights & Natural Resources
As the West is trending for a dryer climate, water has become more and more desirable. With +/- 2.5 acres of water rights that carries 2100 gallons per minute will not only be a wise investment, but it will transform your property into an Oasis. Developed for irrigating is a 15,500 sq ft. ponds dug approximately 18 feet deep with a commercial liner that will hold approximately 1,000,000 gallons of water to irrigate your fields. Irrigation system is set up for easy operations.
Old Adobe Ranch host some incredible views of the Sacramento mountains to the South. 21 miles West to Ruidoso, or 12 miles east to Tularosa is where you will find all your supplies and amenities. One hour and 45 minute drive to Roswell air center, or 3 hours 20 minute drive from Albuquerque International Airport.
From Tularosa go 12 miles on east highway 70,f from Ruidoso go 21 miles West on Highway 70.