Drone Tour Of Jeffrey Epstein’s Recently-Listed $27 Million Creepy New Mexico Ranch Which Just Hit The Market

The late convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein’s roughly 8,000-acre ranch is now up for sale for $27.5 million. You can purchase the property where he had planned to impregnate a number of women at his ranch in New Mexico in order to “seed the human race with his DNA” and ensure that his genes were carried down. On the grounds, the main house is 30,000 square feet or so. Additionally, the property features a private runway. This is just the latest of the late accused pedophile’s property empire to hit the market. Earlier this year, his Manhattan townhouse sold for $51 million. His Florida mansion in Palm Beach was sold for $18.5 million.

The home was purchased by Epstein in 1993. In 2019, the New York Times released an explosive report alleging that Epstein “had ambitions to use his New Mexico ranch as a base where women would be inseminated with his sperm and would give birth to his babies.” The persons Epstein told about this claim that he discussed the scheme over dinner. A NASA scientist claimed that Epstein told him he wanted up to 20 women pregnant with his children at once on his New Mexico farm, according to Jaron Lanier, a pioneer in the field of virtual reality. Lanier said Epstein “screened candidates” for his children at his dinner gatherings. Imagine! For only $27.5 million, you can own this house with such a spooky past!

Zorro Ranch, a sizable property, is around 35 miles from Santa Fe. It consists of both federally owned and leased land. More specifically, there are 4,23 acres owned by the Bureau of Land Management in addition to 7,575 private acres. The main house, many other houses, a yurt, a log cabin, barns, and a personal airstrip are all included in the sale. The main residence includes a living room, library, gym, and enormous indoor pool. The Sangre de Cristo Mountains can be seen from parts of the house that face east.

His estate will receive the money from the sale of the ranch, “including as necessary to reimburse claimants, tax authorities, and creditors,” according to Sotheby’s International Realty. A sizable portion of Epstein’s hundreds of millions of dollars’ worth of assets consisted of his real estate holdings. In June 2020, the court established the Epstein Victims’ Compensation Program, which has since received more than $140 million in funding.

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