Horse Property For Sale

Nutrioso, Arizona

Ranch House and Barn on 5.11 acres

 

 
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Great horse property in the White Mountains of Eastern Arizona on 5.11 acres adjoining State land includes a ranch house, large barn, and corrals! Price $288,000.  See Multiple Listing Service listing # 223241.

Ranch house is two stories, 2,400 sq feet, on 1.23 acres with picture windows to bring in the natural light and panoramic Valley and mountain views from the second floor.  Constructed pre-1994, the house has extensive cosmetic refurbishing, including replacement of certain water pipes, electrical wiring, doors, windows, flooring, and exterior stairways enclosed with metal roofing.  While mostly custom "stick-built", certain walls and roof trusses are steel beam construction. Downstairs has a family room, two bedrooms, 3/4 bath, wet bar, and storage. Second floor has large tiled kitchen, bedroom, 3/4 bath, washer, dryer, and oversized living room with T&G accents. Electric elevator carries firewood and supplies upstairs. In 2018, a new water well was brought into service. Large propane tank, detached garage, and metal storage shed included.

Barn is 4,100 sq feet on 3.88 acres with 800 sq foot hayloft, feeders, four roll-up doors, insulated garage, tack room, 110/220 volt electric, four steel corrals, squeeze chute, loading ramp, and two drinkers.  Combined, the ranch house, well, and barn parcels are 5.11 acres.  Conventional and owner financing may be available.

At 7,600 feet elevation, the EC Bar Ranch homestead lies in Nutrioso Valley, an inholding of the Apache National Forest, with spectacular views of Escudilla Mountain (10,916 feet), third highest in Arizona. Year round access is maintained to the homestead along mile of Apache County Road 2112 from Highway 180, a National Scenic Byway. Nutrioso is 2 miles away; Alpine 8 miles; Springerville/Eagar 15 miles; and Phoenix, Tucson, and Albuquerque are 4 hours away.

In 2017, the Arizona Game and Fish Commission and US Fish and Wildlife Service acquired the 390 acre EC Bar Ranch that adjoins the homestead on three sides. This new Arizona Heritage Property is dedicated to the preservation and protection of habitat for endangered fish and wildlife that occur along 3 miles of Nutrioso Creek, thus guaranteeing open spaces in perpetuity. The homestead is adjoined by State Lands on three sides. National Forest lands are readily accessible for horseback riding, hiking, fishing, and other recreational activities.

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