This is one of the last remaining homestead properties in the NW quadrant. 184.91 acres of fabulous pinion and juniper covered land. The property has been in the family for generations and one only needs to walk the land to be taken back to the days when working ranches such as this one were scattered throughout the County. Rolling hills with majestic views of the Sangre de Cristo and Jemez Mountains are just amazing to behold. Left untouched for countless days and years, the remnants of a life not forgotten can still be seen in the structures that still remain. Corrals, fenced in livestock areas including the original home situated on a panoramic site overlooking the foothills of the northwest quadrant. Close-in with easy access to town and Las Campanas, this is an amazing opportunity to own a ranch that was loved and cared for generations.