213 County Road 78

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  • Price: $485,000
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Baths: 1
  • MLS: 202338369
  • Status: Sold
  • Type: Single Family Residence
  • Acres: 22.84
  • Area: 37-Truchas
  • Studio: Yes
  • Main House Sqft: 1,000
  • Studio Sqft: 800
  • Total Sqft: 1,800
  • Sell Date: 02-07-2024
  • Listing Agency: Sotheby's Int. RE/Grant
  • Selling Agency: Sotheby's Int. RE/Grant

Presenting Broker

Amber Williams

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    Property Description

    Back on the Market! This Rare, partially restored traditional home in Truchas, New Mexico with a million dollar view of the Santa Fe National Forest and the Truchas peaks. 22+ acres of pristine land, located in the Llano Quemado (burned valley). 7.5 acres of irrigated land with water rights. The house itself is partially restored. There are two homes, one is the older main adobe. This home has had the walls reinforced and a new roof installed. A detached studio near the main home. The seller has both architectural plans and engineering layouts available. Owner has installed a new septic system that can incorporate several other buildings, if the new owners wish to build. Property also has a private well. Both homes have a lot of wood incorporated such as wood beams, vigas, etc. Main home is an adobe build. These two properties are perfect for someone who wants to complete an unfinished project. In the end, will be a valuable traditional adobe farmhouse with a great view and enough pasture to grow your own garden or for horses and other livestock. Truchas was the location for the film Miligro Beanfield War by Robert Redford and this location is near the area that Janice Joplin lived in Truchas. Many of the views have been documented by the writer and photographer Lisa Law. Within a mile, lies both the Carson, Santa Fe National Forest and the Pecos Wilderness area. Truchas is about 35 minutes from Santa Fe and about 45 minutes from Taos. Enjoy nice weather, great views and a home and land with so much potential!

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    Neighborhood Info

    Nambe Area

    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.

    Additional Information

    • Type Single Family Residence
    • Stories Multi/Split story
    • Style Northern New Mexico, Pueblo, Spanish
    • Days On Market 145
    • Parking FeaturesNone, RV Access/Parking
    • Parking Spaces20
    • UtilitiesHigh Speed Internet Available, Electricity Available
    • Interior FeaturesInterior Steps
    • Fireplace FeaturesWood Burning
    • HeatingOther, See Remarks
    • FlooringDirt, Wood
    • Construction MaterialsAdobe, Frame
    • RoofMetal, Pitched
    • Horses AllowedYes
    • Other StructuresStudio/Office
    • Pool FeaturesNone
    • Association AmenitiesRV Parking, Storage, Stream Year Round, Trail(s)
    • Water SourcePrivate, Well
    • SewageSeptic Tank


    • Elementary School: Chimayo
    • Junior High School: Carlos F. Vigil Espanola
    • High School: Espanola Valley High

    Listing Brokerage

    IDX listing
    David Cordova
    Sotheby's Int. RE/Grant
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