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Fully sustainable with a large organic potential, this special property overlooks the Tusas Ridge in the fertile Tusas Valley, which is known to be part of the largest volcanic fields within the Rio Grande rift. Comprised of over 66 acres abutting the Kit Carson National Forest, this Tres Piedras ranch is surrounded by spruce, ponderosas and cottonwood trees. A 3 bedroom, 2.5 bathroom, two-story log cabin was constructed in 2005 and also includes a large metal garage/workshop area, a metal pole barn with 2 horse stalls and turnouts, a loafing shed, chicken coop and run, corrals and in impressive steel loop heated greenhouse. The property runs on solar energy with a propane fired backup generator. A private well and septic system are in place. A seasonal stream fills a nearby pond on the southern portion of the property. Private and peaceful, this ranch is completely fenced, gated and not encumbered by covenants or conservation easements. Close to Taos and Ojo Caliente, this property is just far enough to get away from it all to view the summer stars or watch the elk graze in the autumn. Special care has been taken to preserve the natural fauna and flora that the Tusas Valley is known to amass.