This property is tucked away among large cottonwood and elm trees with views of Sangres. 7 acre ft of acequia water rights make for lush greenery. The adobe main house was gutted in 2008 with all new plumbing, electrical, windows, plaster walls, radiant heat and 2nd story. Only the thick original adobe walls remain. Super insulated and Silver LEED certified! Guest house has attached green house, root cellar and 2 car garage. There is also small free standing studio and 1800 sq ft foot shop. Active solar main house has ceiling fans throughout. Guesthouse has heat pump and air conditioning. This 4.5 acre property includes over an acre of grass, 22 zone drip irrigation system, 26,000 gallons of water storage. This charming traditional style hacienda has fruit trees, raised beds with plastic lumber. Tree House. 2 garden sheds. Barn. Active Solar water panels for domestic hot water and heat. 1.5 acre alfalfa field with flood irrigation system. Tractor, rake, sickle bar, baler, riding mower, roto tiller and a shop full of tools can be included in sale. Water well 320 feet deep. 3 tiered water fall feature with 35 ft stream. Talavera tile in bathrooms, remodeled country kitchen. Vigas, cedar and aspen latillas. Outdoor Covered Patio with seasonal outdoor kitchen with BBQ sink and refrigerator. 2nd floor wrap around portal with views of Santa Fe ski basin. THE ACCESS IS INSURED BY TITLE COMPANY. No known issues with pueblo owned access.
The areas to the north between Santa Fe and Taos possess some of the most spectacular and varied landscapes in New Mexico. Beautiful communities line the Taos Gorge and the Rio Grande like Espanola, Velarde & Dixon along what is called the ‘Low Road’ to Taos.
The ‘High Road’ is a scenic, winding road through the Sangre de Cristo Mountains that runs between Santa Fe and Taos.