Los Cielos Ranch

New Mexico's Premiere Luxury Estate
Los Cielos Ranch is a luxury recreational retreat.

The main structure is a log lodge design. It was built with timbers brought from British Columbia. This home has a very private setting with exceptional views to the west ranging from Pecos Wilderness to the Wheeler Peak Wilderness. It also has a great view of Black Lake where the mini-series Lonesome Dove was filmed. It has multiple living areas including the entry living area with massive vaulted ceilings highlighted with spectacular views and two rock fireplaces.  

The gourmet kitchen has sub-zero appliances, granite countertops, working island and access to a large pantry area. It also has a sitting area with its own fireplace.  

The main house has three bedrooms, three full baths and two half baths. All the bedrooms have in-suite bathrooms. There is also a separate one bedroom, one bath apartment above the three-car garage. The master suite has a huge vaulted ceiling, fireplace and a private patio accessed from the bedroom or bath. The master bath has two vanities, center island with drawers, soaking tub and shower with access to spacious “His and Hers” walk-in closets. 

The seven fireplaces located within the main house are all masonry construction with gas available to each for wood fire starting or conversion to gas burning fires. 4 Other rooms in the main house include two office areas, wine cellar with tasting area, workout area, private storage, maintenance storage areas on the lower level and air-lock service entry for apartment, garage and main house.  

3 Bedrooms | 3 Full 2 Half Baths | 10,037 Sq. Ft | 297 Acres
Listing Price $9,000,000
The Grounds & Exterior
The main house has extensive landscaping with a large patio with its own fireplace and grill area. The patio area is highlighted with a re-circulating waterfall, creek and pond water feature. The landscaping was all done with native materials. There is an irrigation system for plantings around the house. 

There is a three-car garage/storage building located on this area of the property. It is what remains of a home that was demolished by the present owner. Two sides of the property are fully fenced. Part of the fencing is wooden fencing to allow for easier movement of the resident elk population
The Guest House
2 Bed | 1 Bath
The guest house is located on the lower portion of the property. It is accessed primarily by Colfax County Road B-38.  

This structure was originally a barn and workshop. It has been completely restored with new windows, doors and insulation. It features a great room (living and kitchen) on one side. There is a bedroom and bath on the other side. It also has a nice loft area with twin beds located above the bath area. The corral area has been converted to a barbeque/outdoor living space .
Lands and Recreation
This luxury recreational retreat has almost anything one could want. Fishing at Hidden Lake or on the private pond located on the property. The pond is a spring fed fishing escape located in a very secluded setting in an Aspen grove. Snowmobiling and ATV riding on the property or on nearby New Mexico state land and national forest. 

Hunting with the six elk permits supplied by NM Department of Game and Fish (2 either sex bow, 2 either sex rifle and two cow). Other wildlife on the property include mule deer, turkey, grouse, bear and bobcat. Skiing, golf and tennis at the Angel Fire Resort. Skiing at Red River, Taos or Santa Fe. 

The property is easily accessible but very private. The entire northern property line is adjacent to New Mexico state land. The entire eastern property line is adjacent to Hidden Lake Subdivision. Hidden Lake Subdivision is deed restricted to ten acre minimums. There are several million dollar plus homes there. The westerly boundary is Colfax County Road B-38, which is the main access for the 4,000+ acre Rainbow Village ranch owned by the Pueblo of Sandia. The southerly boundary is adjacent to several acreages that are in the 35+ acre range. 

There is a small creek that runs through the southerly portion of the property. It feeds a small stock pond. The southern 110+ acres are encumbered by a Conservation Easement. The conservation easement documents are available upon request.  
Main Residence

Stan moved from Texas to Angel Fire in 1972 to work on the ski mountain and at the resort lake, learning to love the Moreno Valley. Enjoying his hobbies of skiing, fly-fishing, photography and travel, Stan realized he would stay in Angel Fire and decided to build his career in real estate. He joined the staff of Monte Verde Realty in 1979, became the qualifying broker in 1981 and the sole proprietor in 1987.

Stan is an alumnus of Texas Tech University with an emphasis in agriculture.

During his years of real estate brokerage, Stan has made mountain acreage, equestrian properties and recreational ranches his specialty.

Stan merged MONTE VERDE REALTY with Coldwell Banker Mountain Properties in May of 2019 in order to enhance his internet presence for his clients and to join a team of mountain real estate professionals.

His commitment to the community includes serving on the Board of Directors for the Angel Fire Chamber of Commerce and the Angel Fire Resort Property Owners Association. He has also served on the Colfax County Subdivision and Angel Fire Architectural Review committees. Stan served as President of the Angel Fire Community Foundation for over 20 years. He currently serves as Vice-President of the Angel Fire Community Foundation.

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