Step Back in History to 1878

Historic ranch home near Lincoln, NM,  originally built by Sheriff William Brady in July of 1868.  Sheriff Brady was killed by Billy the Kid in 1878 on the mainstreet of Lincoln during the height of the Lincoln County War.  Immerse yourself in history during your stay. Home comfortably sleeps 14 and includes 4100 square feet of living space. The property has a large beautiful backyard for relaxation or play.  Wildlife on the property consists of wild turkeys, barbary sheep, deer, and peacocks.  Visit museums in nearby Lincoln. Capitan, NM, home of the famous Smokey Bear, is within 20 miles.  Ruidoso and Ski Apache are within 40 miles of home. 

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Four Bedrooms

Eight Beds

Three Bath

Sleeps 14


Air Conditioning

Satellite TV, Internet, Wifi

Abundant Wildlife


Historic Lincoln Village


$280-$350 per night

Step Back in Time To Billy The Kid Days

Replete with wildlife and splendid views, this peaceful retreat offers a chance to escape the hectic day-to-day life and immerse your family in nature.

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Historic Walnut Grove Ranch in Lincoln, New Mexico

Lincoln, New Mexico


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