Jeffrey Epstein’s roughly 8,000-acre New Mexico ranch, where the disgraced financier allegedly trafficked several women, has now hit the market for a whopping $27.5 million, The Post can confirm.
Known as the Zorro Ranch, the main three-story home spans a massive 30,000 square feet and is made up of four bedrooms.
The proceeds from the sale are expected to be used for the “estate’s regular administration, including its payment as necessary of taxes, creditors and claimants,” Daniel H. Weiner, who represents Epstein’s estate, told The Post.
“Now that COVID-19 travel restrictions have begun to ease, this unique property should be more easily accessible to a greater number of potential purchasers,” Weiner added.
Epstein first purchased the land, comprised of a patchwork of private and leased federal lands, back in 1993.
Though he was never charged with a crime in New Mexico, the compound has been painted as integral to his alleged sex trafficking operation by multiple women who claim they were trafficked and raped at the ranch. The sicko also reportedly had plans to make it a baby-making factory where he would inseminate victims.
In addition to the main house, the estate includes a nearby caretaker’s residence and Ranch Central, a small village located near the ranch’s entry area that has four different properties, according to the listing.
Other features of the compound include a grass airstrip, a hanger, horse stables, a firehouse, greenhouse and yurt.
The estate is located 35 minutes from Santa Fe and boasts scenic views in all directions.
This follows a string of properties sold by Epstein’s estate following the prolific perv’s 2019 suicide at a New York City correctional center, after he was charged with sex trafficking and conspiracy to traffic minors for sex.
Zorro Ranch is the sprawling site where Epstein planned to artificially inseminate women, according to a lengthy profile in the New York Times. Computer scientist and writer Jaron Lanier told the Times that he once spoke to a scientist who related how the convicted pedophile’s goal was to have 20 women at a time impregnated at the ranch.
Epstein kept security tight at the ranch, too, according to a contractor who worked on the site. “We had to be escorted in on a truck with other employees, and, once inside, we had to put little hospital booties over our feet — and it was mandated that we are escorted everywhere we went and use side entrances,” the contractor recalled. “About every three minutes someone would come down to keep an eye on us while we were working.”
Earlier this year, Epstein’s Manhattan townhouse sold for a whopping $51 million. His Palm Beach, Florida compound sold for $18.5 million and the new owner plans to completely demolish it with the intent of building a new structure.
Neil Lyon of Sotheby’s International Realty has the listing.
The Wall Street Journal was the first to report the property hitting the market.
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