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Property Summary

Square Footage8,730 ft²
Listing Number202002785
Acreage560 acres
Waste WaterSeptic
Water SourceWell (Private)


This is the majestic get-away that you and your family have been dreaming of finding. And it is an exquisite find, in the countryside north of Santa Fe. Located roughly 70 miles from downtown Santa Fe, this incredibly private estate enjoys views that are breathtaking in every direction that include dramatic mesas, unique geological formations, yellow cliffs, and the majestic Cerro Pedernal. This ranch sits amid the inspiring peaks and valley of the mystic lands that inspired Georgia O’Keeffe, one of America’s most stirring artists. The estate – Apache Mesa Ranch—is surrounded by 560 acres of rolling grasslands, rugged rock outcroppings, and miles of pinon, ponderosa, and juniper—the trees and terrain of this region giving the feeling of a southwest zen garden. The estate borders the Chama River Canyon Wilderness which is 53,000 acres inside Santa Fe National Forest as well as the famous Ghost Ranch, once the home of artist Georgia O’Keeffe. The estate includes the main hacienda fashioned after traditional Mexican hacienda with a pool, guest house, carriage house, bunkhouse, and studio all constructed of adobe. A caretaker’s quarters give workers a place to live while keeping up with the grounds and horses. The full-size dressage arena from Premier Equestrian LLC with a Prostride rubber footing and ArenaAid sand stabilizer gives the perfect footing to fine-tune your horsemanship. Abiquiu Lake and the town of Abiquiu are nearby for recreation or necessities.

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Media Room / Library

Ceiling MaterialBeams, Decking
Ceiling StyleFlat
Dimensions15' 5" x 27'
Floor StyleBrick
Has SkylightsYes
Light FixturesRecessed
Speaker LocationWall Jacks
Wall MaterialPlaster

Cheerful and inviting, the media room is hidden behind imported Mexican doors and has been outfitted with an extensive array of built-in bookshelves, desk space, cabinets, countertops, and accommodations for media components, including a wide-screen television or monitor. Ceiling beams, dual-hued floor pavers, and a corner fireplace with a rough-hewn wood mantel contribute to an Old West flair. A large skylight and a door to the central courtyard provide welcome natural light.