Home of the Week – The Imus Ranch

By bunny-terry October 28, 2016

The Imus Ranch was founded 16 years ago to create an authentic working Cattle Ranch with the sole purpose of providing the experience of the great American Cowboy to children suffering from cancer. The objectives were to encourage a sense of achievement, responsibility, and self esteem, and help restore their dignity, as these kids learn just how much they are able to accomplish. The Imus Ranch is a 501 (c)(3) non profit organization.

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Just 40 short minutes from historic Santa Fe, the property consists of over 3,400 acres in the Pecos River Valley. There are expansive views from Rowe Mesa to the Santa Fe National Forest and the Sangre De Cristo Mountains. 201404929-8

Over 29,000 sq.ft. of of living quarters in 11 structures and an additional 35,000 sq.ft. of Barns, Garages, Greenhouses and Sheds in another 10 different structures. Within the ranch, there are miles of connecting roads to various meadows, pastures, stock tanks, and stocked fishing ponds. The entire property is fenced. The Ranch is totally and completely environmentally pure. No pesticides or synthetic chemicals of any kind are used in the gardens, greenhouses, or farming. All ranch cleaning agents are non-toxic, biodegradable, naturally derived materials that are free of all known or suspected carcinogenic substances. The Old Western Town rivals any movie set in Hollywood.

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