Jeffrey Epstein's 8,000-acre Zorro Ranch and 'human breeding farm' on sale for $27.5M

Jeffrey Epstein's 8,000-acre Zorro Ranch and 'human breeding farm' on sale for $27.5M
Jeffrey Epstein's 8,000-acre Zorro Ranch in New Mexico (CBS News)

Jeffrey Epstein's infamous 8,000-Acre Zorro Ranch in New Mexico is reportedly up for sale for $27.5 million. The Neil Lyon Group at Sotheby’s is handling the procedure. As per reports, the property is nearly 35 miles from Sante Fe and features a 30,000-square-foot house along with a private grass airstrip 4,400-feet long. It is also equipped with a hanger and helipad.

According to Sotheby’s, the main house is a three-story that comes with a gym, a large indoor pool, a library, and a living room. It was created by Alberto Pinto. It has been said that the disgraced financier, who killed himself in jail in 2019 while awaiting trial on sex trafficking charges, apparently wanted to make the ranch a human breeding farm to “seed the human race.” He had told scientists and close friends that he “hoped to seed the human race with his DNA by impregnating women” at Zorro Ranch. Besides, an anonymous source had earlier claimed that Bill Clinton had also been to the ranch with Epstein.


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The ranch is formed by using a mix of 7,575 deeded acres of private land as well as 423 acres of Bureau of Land Management-leased land. It includes a small village called ‘Ranch Central’ that has small homes, studio casitas, and garages. Along with these, inside the ranch, there is a firehouse, a seven-bay heated garage, a greenhouse, a barn, a lodge, a yurt, a log cabin, and a guesthouse.

The main house inside the ranch (CBS News)


After selling the ranch, Epstein's estate will reportedly use the money to “compensate claimants, tax authorities, and creditors.” It was bought in 1993 to be used as a playground for Epstein's VIP guests. The source, who was employed at the ranch until 2006, had previously told Eddy Aragon, the owner of Albuquerque radio station, that the property was a normal working one, where normally twice a year the convicted sex offender along with his friends used to come.

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“It's a huge home, when you approach it, it looks like a resort hotel, way up on the hill, you can barely see it from the town down below, and there's a long loop road up there and he's got a small airport. It's reasonably secure, some cameras, six or seven people [working there]. There was a ranch manager, a couple, who did the business operations. They were from New Zealand, husband and wife, [and] handled the management of the ranch. They were living at the front, not at the ranch. No one lived in the Epstein home apart Jeffrey and his entourage,” the insider said.

The house inside the ranch (CBS News)

He continued: “I think he brought more staff when he had his entourage, he'd come a couple of times a year and come with an entourage of 30 people or so. They would party there, pull out all the toys, the four-wheelers, all that sort of stuff. I had seen things in the house, on the computers, which made me evaluate whether I should be working for him or not. There was numerous photographs in frames, in his library, his office, on the walls, of young underage girls topless and him and various other powerful people. Celebrities, entertainment people, political people, Bill Clinton, he wasn't shy about having those in the house… I have seen a picture of him and Bill Clinton smoking cigars on pool lounge chairs with underage topless girls. He had weird lamps and sculptures of a sexual nature, couples engaged in [sex].” The source also explained why the ranch is called Zorro. He added, “The Zorro thing was a fetish thing for Zorro the character.”

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