RIBERA, N.M. (AP) – The sprawling cattle ranch in northern New Mexico owned by controversial former radio host Don Imus is for sale.
The Santa Fe New Mexico reports real estate agent Craig Huitfeldt confirmed last week that the ranch is on the market.
The 2,400-acre ranch near the small community of Ribera, New Mexico, and about 45 miles east of Santa Fe has been used to benefit children afflicted by cancer.
It is listed at $19.9 million after Bell Tower Keller Williams Realty originally listed it as $35 million.
Imus and his wife founded the ranch in 1998. It has hosted children for nine-day visits during summer months.
The shock jock was fired from his radio show in 2007 after using a racial slur to refer to the Rutgers women’s basketball team.
Information from: The Santa Fe New Mexican, http://www.santafenewmexican.com
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