Galisteo, NM 87540
The Galisteo Basin, steeped in history, archeological significance and unmatched beauty is located just 30 minutes southeast of the internationally recognized art and cultural center that is Santa Fe, New Mexico. This West Basin Conservation Ranch comprises 209 pristine acres of varied topography with lush savannah grasslands, Pinon & Juniper forests, rock outcroppings and secret arroyos. The property offers two premier mountain view building envelopes to create your architecturally-distinguished compound surrounded by nature. The ranch borders over 2,000 acres of BLM and Public Trust Lands offering you endless exploration on foot or horseback right outside your door. In total, over 5,000 acres of neighboring public lands and conservation ranchland ensure dark skies and peaceful environs. Private but not isolated, shopping, dining and other conveniences are within 15 minutes in the Eldorado Community. The historic village of Galisteo, founded in 1816 and now home to artists is just down the road. Also close by is the 9,000 acre Galisteo Basin Preserve with 28 miles of hiking, biking and horseback trails. With scenery like this it’s no surprise the area is home to 3 different western movie ranches. The demand has risen for large parcels in this area with few remaining. This conservation ranch is a singular opportunity beyond compare.
Located near the West Basin Conservation Ranches is the renowned Galsiteo Basin Preserve. A conservation project encompassing over 9,000 acres with 28 miles of trails for hikers, bikers and equestrians.
For more information: Galisteo Basin Preserve
The village of Galisteo was founded in 1816 and long before was home to both the Paleo and Tewa Indians, and often visited by the Apache and Comanche.
For more information on the Galisteo Basin: Cultural History — Galisteo Basin Preserve
Established in 1610, Santa Fe is the third oldest city established by European immigrants in the United States. Prior to their arrival, native peoples had long called the Santa Fe area home. Now, the City Different is an international destination known for its art galleries, fine dining, museums and world class opera. The summer festival season includes the International Folk Art Festival, Spanish Market and Indian Market. Outdoor recreation is just outside your door with hiking and skiing just a few minutes up the mountain. The Rio Grande River is nearby for fishing and rafting adventures. Featuring a mild four season climate, outdoor living and recreation abounds.
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