Desert Peaks Inholdings


2,160± Deeded Acres

Experience the tranquility of the Sierra de Las Uvas Mountains in an untouched oasis nestled within the stunning landscapes of the Organ Mountains-Desert Peaks National Monument. Spanning 2,160 acres of privately held land, this pristine sanctuary provides a rare opportunity to escape into nature’s embrace while enjoying the convenience of being just a short drive from vibrant Las Cruces, New Mexico.

Discover the wonders of tens of thousands of acres of unspoiled scenery, renowned for its rugged terrain, diverse ecosystems, and breathtaking panoramas. Whether you’re an avid hiker, wildlife enthusiast, or photography enthusiast, this expansive property offers endless opportunities for exploration and adventure.

Marvel at the dramatic vistas, towering rock formations, and meandering streams that characterize the Sierra de las Uvas Mountains. From rugged canyons to lush desert scrublands, every corner of this monument area beckons with its natural beauty and untamed spirit.

As part of the larger Organ Mountains-Desert Peaks National Monument, the Sierra de las Uvas Mountains is surrounded by protected land, ensuring its preservation for generations to come.

With demand for remote and pristine properties on the rise, Desert Peaks Inholdings presents a unique investment opportunity. Whether you dream of establishing a recreational retreat or capitalizing on the growing eco-tourism market, this property offers endless potential for growth and appreciation.

Development and Investment Opportunity
These majestic in-holdings hold incredible development potential in the booming tourism and eco-tourism industries. With access from Interstate 10, development potential is almost unlimited. The breathtaking views, incredible natural resources and an environment described and ethereal, verdant, and pristine are sure to create a unique destination like no other.

The Desert Peaks are located in the south-central portion of New Mexico in the Chihuahuan Desert.

The northernmost of the Desert Peaks, the Sierra de las Uvas Mountains, are a low, volcanic range that formed over 10 million years ago. Magadalena Peak, the highest point in the range, is a lava dome that rises over 6,500 feet (1,981 m) above sea level.

The Organ Mountains-Desert Peaks National Monument contains a wide variety of vegetative communities, including black grama grasslands, mixed cactus and desert shrubs, montane shrublands with sumac, stands of mountain mahogany, oak, pinyon, and juniper, and small pockets of ponderosa pine forest. These communities sustain a range of animal species.

Hundreds of artifacts belonging to the Desert Archaic peoples and their descendents, which include the Mimbres Pueblo, Jornada Mongollon, and the Apache, have also been uncovered in the area.

This includes rock cairns that mark the boundary of the Gadsden Purchase, a shallow cave once used as a hideout by Billy the Kid, Depression-era dams, and aircraft training targets used during World War II.

The nearby Sierra de las Uvas Wilderness protects approximately 11,114 acres (4,498 ha) of land in the Organ Mountains-Desert Peaks National Monument. Several Tribal Nations have left their mark on these volcanic mountains over the course of millennia. Several petroglyph sites are tucked into the Sierra de las Uvas Mountains.

Located at the edge of the Chihuahuan Desert, Las Cruces is the second-largest city in New Mexico. The city is rich in history and is packed with cultural attractions including art galleries, museums, annual festivals, and theaters.

Visitors to Las Cruces can also easily explore over 100 miles (161 km) of scenic hiking and biking trails on 500,000 acres (202,343 ha) of public land. While in the city, you can also check out several nearby parks, including White Sands National Park and the Organ Mountains-Desert Peaks National Monument.

Broker’s Disclosure
The sale of this property in contingent upon Buyer and Seller executing road easements, water line easements and an easement allowing the Seller the use of all ranching improvements currently located on subject property. All easements will be 100 feet wide and shall not be fenced. Shared well agreements will also be put in place for the wells located on the subject property.


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