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Quitman Canyon Ranch

$2,643,500 Sierra Blanca, TX 6,220± Deeded Acres

Executive Summary

The Quitman Canyon Ranch is 6,220± pristine acres in the heart of the breathtaking Quitman Mountain Range in West Texas. Nestled within the Trans Pecos region landscape of Hudspeth County, this remarkable property offers an unparalleled opportunity to immerse yourself in the natural splendor of the life-rich Chihuahuan desert. The offering possesses breathtaking vistas, a charming one-bedroom cabin, essential amenities, and a rich tapestry of wildlife and Native American heritage. The ranch presents an unparalleled opportunity to own a significant holding within one of the few mountain ranges in western Texas. It is no wonder the rugged yet serene terrain of the region has long been the source of tall tales, music, and theater.

Situated just 94 miles from El Paso, this ranch is conveniently located while still offering a sense of seclusion and privacy. The Trans Pecos region is renowned for its rugged landscapes, diverse wildlife, and awe-inspiring natural beauty, making it a sought-after destination for nature enthusiasts and adventure seekers alike. With easy access to major highways, you can embark on a scenic drive to the ranch and enjoy the stunning surroundings along the way. Sierra Blanca is a short drive to Van Horn.

As you step foot onto the property, you'll be greeted by sweeping vistas that stretch as far as the eye can see. The ranch offers unparalleled panoramic views of the surrounding mountains, valleys, and the traditional desert flora and fauna, providing a constant reminder of the weathered beauty of the Trans Pecos region. Within this picturesque landscape, you'll find a cozy one-bedroom, one-bathroom cabin, providing a welcoming escape from the elements or an extended hunting trip. The cabin offers a comfortable place to relax and recharge, allowing you to fully embrace the peace and quiet that the Quitman Canyon Ranch has to offer.

One of the key advantages of this ranch is the presence of a reliable water well and electricity supply. The water well ensures a consistent and sustainable water source for various activities, whether it be for wildlife management or personal use. With electricity already available on the property, you can enjoy modern amenities and conveniences without sacrificing the modern comforts and natural appeal of the ranch. These essential utilities allow you to fully enjoy your time at the ranch without sacrificing modern comforts.

For wildlife enthusiasts, photographers, and hunters, Quitman Canyon Ranch is full of opportunity. The 6,220± acres of free-range land provide a haven for a diverse range of animal species. The property boasts the typical of game species of the region, with mule deer and aoudad being the most prevalent big game animals. Additionally, the ranch boasts an impressive population of scaled and Gambel's quail, making it an ideal destination for birdwatching and upland game hunting. A unique but common visitor of the cabin is the world’s smallest owl, the Elf Owl.

The sheer size and natural diversity of this ranch makes it a paradise for outdoor enthusiasts. Quitman Canyon Ranch provides endless opportunities for outdoor enthusiasts to explore and engage with the land. Whether you enjoy hunting, hiking, horseback riding, or off-roading, the possibilities for exploration are boundless. One can immerse themselves in the untouched canyons as you traverse the open lowland flats and canyons or embark on a hunt in pursuit of mule deer or aoudad. Hike through the rugged terrain, discovering hidden trails and breathtaking landscapes, or experience the freedom of riding horseback, immersing yourself in the spirit of the Old West. With such a vast expanse of land, there is no shortage of exploration to connect with nature and create lasting memories. One of the unique features of Quitman Canyon Ranch is the presence of Native American carvings and artifacts, which serve as a testament to the rich cultural heritage of the region. These ancient treasures provide a tangible connection to the past and offer a glimpse into the lives of the people who once called this land home. Explore the ranch and uncover the stories etched in stone, gaining a deeper appreciation for the history and traditions of the Native American tribes that have shaped this area.

The Quitman Canyon Ranch in the Trans Pecos region of West Texas presents an extraordinary opportunity to own a piece of the stunning Quitman Mountain Range. With its impressive vistas, cozy cabin, ample water supply, and abundant wildlife, this property offers a unique blend of natural beauty and modern conveniences. Whether you seek a tranquil retreat, a hunting paradise, or a recreational haven, this ranch has it all.

Just the Facts

  • 6,220± deeded acres
  • Wildlife- mule deer, Aoudad, javelina, scaled quail, Gambel’s quail, dove, varmints, and predators
  • Electricity
  • Water well
  • Mineral Ownership- 25 percent of owned mineral interest to convey
  • Cabin- one bedroom and one bathroom
  • Ancient petroglyphs
  • Native American artifacts
  • Soto Mountain 5,683 feet
  • 1,763 feet of elevation changes
  • Rock formations
  • Gorgeous views from multiple points on the ranch
  • Hunting, hiking, horseback riding, 4x4ing
  • 94 Miles from El Paso, 42 Miles from Van Horn, and nine miles from Sierra Blanca
  • The nearest FBO is in Van Horn

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