The Tarleton Ranch Eco-Village has been thoughtfully master planned as a walkable mixed-use “agrihood” community with a variety of clustered homes and a convenient commercial Village Center, developed around a beautiful 185 acre Eco-Farm Park filled with an abundance of food production, trails and recreation amenities. This unique community’s master plan embraces sustainability and a new earth stewardship paradigm with Permaculture based environmentally conscious solutions that include regeneratively-sustainable food forest agriculture, renewable energy and eco-lifestyles of well-being.

Tarleton Ranch Eco-Village


Real Estate


TREV neighborhood

Located just north of Taos on the highway to Taos Ski Valley in New Mexico, the Tarleton Ranch property has been a working cattle ranch and hay farm, owned and maintained by the same family for over three generations.

The Tarleton Family is developing their 331 acre property with a variety of mixed uses, in a manner that preserves approximately 185 acres (56%) of open space for agriculture and recreation.

Residential & Commercial Property Opportunities. Find out about TREV availability:
Single Family Detached Homes
• Variety of Attached Homes: Town Homes, Patio Homes & Courtyard Houses.
• Apartment / Condos
• Neighborhood Live/Work:
Available for occupancy as Live/Work or Town homes.
Work Force & Employee Housing: Entry Level Starter Homes, Rentals, Work Force Housing.
• Investment Opportunities: for Developers & Builders.
Commercial Properties: 78 commercial lots for Retail, Office & Medical facilities.

Tarleton Ranch Eco-Village* is made up 335 home sites, grouped into 4 residential neighborhood clusters each with a variety of housing types: single family, townhomes, patio homes, courtyard homes, small homes and live/works.

Tarleton Ranch Eco-Village offers unique community amenities and events for those who appreciate the active life and invigorating activities.

Village Center

TREV Village Center

Our unique inter-disciplinary village planning incorporates principles and concepts of Traditional Neighborhood Design, New Urbanism, New Ruralism and Permaculture Science in a manner similar to successful communities like Seabrook (Washington), Lookout (Washington), Sea Ranch (California) and Village Homes (California).

There are 78 commercial lots reserved for Retail, Hospitality, Food service, Office & Medical facilities.

Eco Farm

This conceptual eco-community plan features Permaculture based evolution of the existing Tarleton Ranch into a vibrant regeneratively sustainable farm and mixed-use community. Proposal incorporates principles and concepts of Permaculture Science.

Approximately 185 acres are designated for regeneratively sustainable community agriculture, recreation uses and wild life habitat restoration.

News Blog

TREV newsletters

Keep up-to-date on all the activities in the Eco-Farm Center, the Village Center and the Neighborhood Center. As our community grows, so will the events, amenities and news!

Learn about other communities around the country who have embraced a similar lifestyle.

Come Explore Tarleton Ranch Eco-Village

Come Grow with Us!

The Tarleton Ranch Eco-Village has been thoughtfully master planned with a variety of clustered homes and a vibrant commercial village center, developed around a beautiful 185 acre eco-farm park filled with an abundance of recreation and food production opportunities.

Quotes on Creating Communities:

“It’s not about a ‘nice place to live.’ It’s about a unique place to live, unique in its vision and its intent to build a community dedicated to a common effort, an effort to protect and preserve the natural character of a remarkable beautiful and appealing place.”


“When people feel they ‘belong’ to a neighborhood which is theirs through their own efforts, then it will become a place which is worth struggling to retain and develop. People will safeguard what they have helped to create.”

~L.S. & T.G.

“Community participation lies right at the heart of sustainable development. Sustainable communities will take different forms from place to place, but one thing that none of them will be able to do without is a broad and deep level of participation.”