The Old Glorieta Pass Ranch, a 146 acre parcel originally part of an old Spanish land grant, boasts an old adobe and stone tack room believed to be a hitching stop for travelers along the Old Santa Fe Trail. This structure itself has been dated back over 200 years.
In 1892, it was purchased and operated for the first time as a “working “ ranch. A log cabin and bunkhouse were added in the early 1930s when the ranch became a “ boys ranch.”
The conservator of the property is committed to a full restoration of “The Ranch” and all of its structures. This is one of Santa Fe’s last and finest unspoiled historic properties, and its restoration and preservation is important to future generations.
The property is perfect for those with a passion for the outdoors and conservation. The small time farmer or gardener would enjoy the increased rainfall and abundant water. The hiker or biker will marvel at the terrain and wildlife. To individuals who appreciate this lifestyle, the owner has made available two (2) twenty plus acre tracts the likes of which are rarely seen in Santa Fe county.
As currently constituted, these tracts have never before been offered in the marketplace. These tracts are surrounded by National Forest, with hilltops, meadows, significant outcroppings, and caves. Tall ponderosa pines, pinon, juniper, and cedar live in abundant splendor. Wildlife abound. Driving distance to downtown Santa Fe, around 17 minutes.
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Toward the rear of the property sits an old tack room believed to be the property’s oldest structure, dating back over 200 years. Sitting close to the Santa Fe Trail, it is believed to have been a “hitching post” for travelers along The Old Santa Fe Trail. The civil war ”Battle of Glorieta Pass,” the westernmost conflict of the Civil War, was fought near here, and Apache Canyon and its history are a ridgeline away.
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