Greg Liddle

Greg Liddle is a broker associate, licensed in Colorado and New Mexico, with an incredible passion for the land. Greg grew up in the Florida Keys and the panhandle of Florida with most of his time spent stalking tarpon, bonefish, permit and Alabama whitetails. His free time today is split working his llewellin setters on upland birds and hunting mule deer and elk in the Four Corner states. His passion is the pursuit of trophy mule deer. Greg has over 30 years experience in matching client’s unique desires with the ideal recreational real estate opportunity. Greg specializes in recreational properties and hunting/working cattle ranches and has personally closed +/-$200 million in real estate over the last 10 years, with closing $45.5 million in 2017 and in excess of $45 million closed or under contract in 2018. Greg’s love of the Southwest and the recreation it provides consistently enables him to achieve top volume sales awards. These include top individual broker sales volume nationwide with LandLeader, top volume broker with Hayden Outdoors in 2017 (11 states) and top individual realtor volume in the Southern Colorado/Northern New Mexico MLS (+/-350 participating brokers). Greg resides in Durango Colorado with his wife Michelle, Filson & Daly (the setters ) and Ace & King (a pair of Austrian Haflingers mountain horses). “Thank you for allowing me the best job in the world”. Best in ‘18 to you and yours, Greg Liddle
$9,500,000  •  8,836 acres
Poitry Canyon Elk, Deer, & Cattle Ranch is + - 8836 deeded acres, and totals 13.80 square miles. Located approximately 55 minutes east from I-25 in Las Animas County, the ranch is embedded in, and named after, the + - 7 mile long Poitry Canyon. Monster mule deer and elk herds abound throughout the property, while the canyon also carries your very own resident herd of rocky mountain big horn sheep.
$1,250,000  •  105 acres
Rancho Espiritu +/-105 deeded acres, Santa Fe National Forest Inholding, Jemez Mountains, If Snow White had been an elk hunter, she would have picked Rancho Espiritu, this north central New Mexico’s hidden gem!
$1,200,000  •  1,200 acres
TbarT Ranch , +/- 1200 acres with improvements , Las Animas County , Co. in the heart of Colorado’s Plains Elk Units, qualifying for 2 land owner deer tags annually.
$830,000  •  5,747 acres
Located in the very heart of the Gila National Forest, the Blue Creek 160-acre in-holding, combined with an adjacent +/- 5587-acres national forest grazing allotment, permitted for 145 pair year-round, is virtually impossible to duplicate.  5 miles from the Arizona border and located in Grants County, New Mexico this property carries bull elk that reach gigantic proportions, mule deer that die of old age, Coues Whitetails, bear & turkey.
$1,600,000  •  760 acres
After a generation of family farming, it’s time to pass the baton on this 60+ year-old family farm that uniquely dovetails into the thousands of acres of the Canyons of the Ancients National Monument.  Named after the abundant horned toads that the farmers’ kids would chase while on family arrowhead hunting picnics, this legacy property has few equals. THE LAND   Horned Toad Ranch is an end-of-the-road, off-grid farmstead near Cahone, Colorado. The ranch’s +/-760 acres are an incredible blend...
$175,000  •  160 acres
Monument Creek Farm – Dolores County, CO Just north of Dove Creek, Colorado, the Pinto Bean Capital of America, lies the fertile 160-acres of Monument Creek Farm, a legacy family farm tract with annual income and qualifying for a coveted Colorado Landowner Preference Mule Deer Buck Tag annually. Monument Creek Farm, with +/- 135-acres under cultivation, is qualified for organic crop product.  If you’re interested in income potential, organic crops in the area yield about the same as non-organ...
$3,999,000  •  320 acres
Located literally across the road from one of the most select trout fisheries in North America (if not Colorado’s finest), one will find  the +/- 320-acres of the Tailwater Ranch.  Private, meticulous and neat is what comes to mind when one pulls into the drive, which is tucked away from public sight, to the custom timber frame home & headquarters.   The sellers looked for almost 20 years to find this property.  The fully working ranch has incredible water rights, qualifies for agricultural t...
$5,942,000  •  14,640 acres
Recently Reduced! When one pulls a quarter-mile off State Hwy 60, into the family held Catron County’s Rito Springs Ranch, Quemado, New Mexico, a magical transformation takes place. Comprised of + - 6699 deeded acres plus 6761 state & 1180 BLM grazing lease acres. This amazing holding totals +- 14,640 acres. This historic Rito Springs Ranch has remained in the same family for +- 122 years!
$549,000  •  455.5 acres
Trophy Elk and Mule Deer abound at San Miguel County, Southwest Colorado’s Slickrock Ranch With +/-60,000 additional applicants for big game tags in Colorado for 2021, is it time for you to secure your own incredible game holding land investment?  A documented trophy elk producer with over-the-counter rifle tags and qualifying for a landowner buck tag annually, the +/-455 acres of Slickrock Ranch checks a lot of boxes for todays discriminating land buyer. The ranch is accessed via a paved and...
$960,000  •  617 acres
The stunning Owl Rock Hunting Ranch has a shared border of +/-1 mile with the +/-880,000 acres of the Jicarilla Apache Reservation. There is hardly a better place to invest in trophy quality hunting land than on this ranch in, Rio Arriba County, New Mexico. Rio Arriba has been the nation’s best producing trophy mule deer county every decade from 1960-2010.
$3,990,000  •  35,081 acres
+/- 10,025 deeded acres plus an additional +/-25,056 additional leased acres for a total of +/-35,081 deeded and leased acres. Trophy elk and working cattle ranch located about 20 minutes north of Grants, NM.
$28,220,000  •  11,288 acres
"What dreams are made of!” is the best description for the +/-11,288 acre Broken Butt Ranch of Rio Arriba County, New Mexico.
$2,232,000  •  4,160 acres
The secluded + - 2880 deeded acres of Cat Hill Trophy Hunting & Cattle Ranch, Unit 12, Catron County, located between Quemado and Pie Town NM, is being released to the market individually for the first time in the ranch’s storied history.
$7,500,000  •  350 acres
What feels like driving into a national park teeming with wildlife, is the most accurate depiction of South San Juan Basin Ranch, Chromo Valley, Colorado. This deeded 350 acre, end of the road, top of the mountain, incomparably appointed, and landscaped paradise is located + - 30 minutes (28 miles) below Pagosa Springs, Co. Every photo attached to this listing was taken on/from the property.
$2,150,000  •  17.36 acres
Hidden amongst the cottonwoods, +/- 27 miles south of Durango Colorado, lies the secluded and serene +/- 17.5 acres of the Animas River Paradise. The centerpiece of this private end of the road oasis is the + - 4000 sq ft, 3b/3b, Santa Fe style home that can truly be described as exquisite.
$6,750,000  •  35.82 acres
With a half a lifetime of searching between Canada and Mexico for the consummate mountain ranch property, the quest ended in the very heart of the San Juan Mountains, Hidden Valley Ranch, just outside Pagosa Springs CO.
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Greg Liddle
501 Main St. #A
Windsor, CO 80550

Mobile: 970-946-0374