Beneath a canopy of mature trees, this gorgeous private adobe compound is filled with the inviting authentic charm of northern New Mexico. The property, measuring roughly three-quarters of an acre, includes a two-bedroom, two-bath residence and a one-bedroom, one-bath guesthouse with an attached studio. Traditional style pervades the homes, from handsome brick floors and kiva-style fireplaces to vigas, beams, and abundant French doors. In the main home, a great room with a unique warming fireplace opens to a delightful terrace. The charming kitchen adjoins an informal dining room, where a wide window overlooks a courtyard and a fireplace contributes a sense of warmth and welcome. The master bedroom is located in its own wing and includes a sitting room or office with a fireplace. The property includes a small orchard, multiple gardens overlooked by a traditional portal, intimate outdoor areas, and a private well with an allotment of three acre-feet per annum.
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.