This completely updated and newly renovated house and casita on approximately three acres, and an adjacent approximately three-acre lot, is located south of town surrounded by red rock formations, off of Highway 14. The main house has four bedrooms and three baths, while the casita has a loft, full kitchen and bathroom. The living area has porcelain 20-inch tiles, 30-foot-tall bay windows and bancos, fireplace with reclaimed wood mantle, radiant heating, and two elegant wrought iron chandeliers. The kitchen features travertine tile floors, maple white distressed cabinets, granite countertops and Carrara marble subway tile backsplashes, stainless steel appliances, built-in wine cooler, a pantry, GE double ovens, a Bosch five-burner propane cook top with downdraft venting and breakfast nook. Enjoy two master suites, one on the main floor with double French doors to the patio, granite double vanity, and rain shower with sprayer. The other Master Bedroom offers a Carrara marble shower and vanity with rain shower, sprayer and Barn Doors. The casita, perfect for guests or renters, includes ceramic tile flooring, stacked washer and dryer, new windows and doors, a kitchen, loft area, and a cozy woodstove. The barn has electricity and a tack room; there is a new wrought iron double entrance gate, and a fenced corral. Enjoy outdoor living with flagstone pathways and patio, and garden areas in a quiet beautiful setting with mountain and red rock formation views. Horses and other domestic animals are welcome.
Most of the communities located here have extraordinary views of the Jemez, the Sangres and the Sandias.
Once home to the large mining community, Madrid is now a sleepy little town of artists. With an ice cream parlour and old fashioned businesses, Madrid feels other-worldly to visitors. Homes here are early 20th century wooden structures painted a variety of colors. Just north of Madrid is Cerrillos, a traditional New Mexico village of older adobes and quaint shops.
The Turquoise Trail! A beautiful road from Santa Fe all the way to Albuquerque. With many lots 2.5 acres or more, this area is perfect for raising horses on wide open spaces with fewer building restrictions than in the city of Santa Fe. The famous Eaves Movie Ranch where movies like “The Cheyenne Social Club” and “Silverado”were filmed completes the Old West feeling.
This rapidly growing area with plans for expansion extending into the 2050’s is largely made up of rolling hills dotted with pinon and juniper. Most of the communities located here have extraordinary views of the Jemez, the Sangres and the Sandias.