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28 – The Bell Ranch – 250,000 acres

In 1824, the Mexican government granted former Spanish Army Captain Pablo Montoya more than 600,000 acres outside of present-day Tucumcari, New Mexico. In 1947, after a slew of colorful owners, the land was divided into six parcels. William Lane II

In 1824, the Mexican government granted former Spanish Army Captain Pablo Montoya more than 600,000 acres outside of present-day Tucumcari, New Mexico. In 1947, after a slew of colorful owners, the land was divided into six parcels. William Lane II eventually purchased the largest piece in 1970. The BellRanch, named for the bell-shaped butte on the property, is now owned by Bill Lane’s children, who have co-listed it with Mason & Morse Ranch Company and Orvis/Cushman & Wakefield for $100 million.

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