Corona Ranch is about living in the Southwest with its rich heritage and diverse culture that blends Native American, Spanish, French, Mexican and American influences. Just a short drive from Ruidoso, New Mexico and Albuquerque, New Mexico and its International Airport, residents are not far from shopping and entertainment but a world away from the issues of urban life.
A development of Heritage Preserve whose reputation for conservation in planning is well known throughout the Southwest, homestead ranches of no less than 40 acres have been carved out of 35,000 acres. Proactive planning by developers ensures homesites are carefully blended with the natural topography. The property is a wildlife sanctuary, working ranch and contains a 6,000 acres conservation easement.
Complimenting this easement is a building envelope limiting rural development sprawl that results in natural recreation use such as horseback riding, hiking and biking and birding. Homeowners have plenty of space for homesteads, barns and corrals and with the unique layout of the envelopes, each homestead is virtually hidden from the other homes ensuring a since of privacy.
For horse lovers, the community is designed to protect and preserve the western ranch heritage, culture and lifestyle that have been so influenced by the horse. Bordered by the 100,000 acres of the Cibola National Forest and adjacent to the Village of Corona, residents enjoy both the breathtaking views and wildlife on their property, but are only a short drive from the arts festivals, shopping and fine dining of the area.