Between the gated entry down the dirt lane, to the beautiful bosque of the creek, a magical world exists within the traditional village of Galisteo. Originally built in 1870, this Pueblo style hacienda was meticulously restored in 1997 by Adobe Corp. achieving the perfect balance between New Mexico's past and present. Triple adobe walls with original vigas, Guatemalan floor tiles, antique doors, diamond plaster finishes, an exceptional kitchen and three serene portals are complimented by the one bedroom Guest House/Studio. Set on 6.4 manicured and natural acres, old trees, gardens and fruit trees grace this property where the path leads to the Galisteo Creek and absolute serenity. This home has been featured in the book Santa Fe Homes by Christine Mater and in Trend Magazine.
The 2,500 or so acres that comprise this area immediately south of Eldorado are part of the old Sebastian De Vargas Grant and include Lamy, Galisteo, Camino Valle Street, Los Caballos, Los Vaqueros, Old Road Ranch, Pinon Street, Ranchitos de Santa Fe, The Ridges and Cimarron. Lovely tree-covered artist and ranching villages are surrounded by gently rolling hills.